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NEAR PERFECT HARMONY!

By PATRIC BAIRD on board Harmony of the Seas…

ROYAL Caribbean has a brand new addition to its 25-strong fleet – weighing in at 226,963-GRT and with a length of 1188 feet, Harmony of the Seas is not only Royal Caribbean’s largest ship, but it is currently the largest cruise ship ever built.

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OUT FOR A DUCKS!

Northern Ireland Travel News’ Editor, Brian Ogle, recently visited the family-run Ducks Hotel in Kilspindie

I have always prided myself on an acute, natural sense of direction and scoffed at those who need a sat nav to go the local takeaway.

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SOUTHERN CITY BELLE WHERE THE BARBECUE IS KING

ANDREA McVEIGH visits the barbecue capital of the world, the city of Charlotte, North Carolina

THE barbecue is king in America’s Queen City of Charlotte, Northern Carolina. The residents of this southern American city will tell you that North Carolina restaurants make the best barbecue in the world.

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FALLING IN LOVE WITH SUNNY BEACH!

In search of a great family holiday at the lowest price possible, PAULA McAREAVEY booked her family on a getaway to Sunny Beach, Bulgaria last month…

WHEN booking my holiday this year I was like any other mother – I wanted a great family holiday (and all that’s involved with that) for the lowest price possible.

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MY BIG FAT GREEK WELCOME

LOCATION, Location, Location...! Certainly where London is concerned it’s all about location. So that was the main criteria when choosing accommodation for my first all-sightseeing trip to the capital in more than 30 years - BRIAN OGLE.

Nowadays my journeys to London are business-only affairs - jetting in and out again as quickly as possible, or simply transiting an airport to catch a connecting flight. It's only when you sit in frustrating traffic snarlups watching the taxi meter go into orbit or battle for a seat on the tube stuffed to the gills by zombie-like commuters staring at iphone/pad/apps you realise what a great little place Belfast is, despite the recent rash of opportunist street beggars.

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