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Anecdotes in European hotels

The other day, while I was glancing at Ryanair's magazine magazine, I found an article that was quite funny. He talked about the innumerable anecdotes and unlikely situations that the staff of different European hotels have to deal with. Here are some of the cartoons told by its protagonists that made me laugh the most: “When I was working in a high-class London hotel, we had a note in a secret corner where we wrote down the most sympathetic bullshit with our stupid guests.
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My favorite islands in the world (Part 2)

Tramore Beach, Ireland I continue with the second part of my subjective list of favorite islands of my known world. Having passed through Chile, New Zealand, Thailand and Spain, we now travel to: Ireland Cliffs in Donegal Impossible to be impartial with the island that has been my second home in this life.
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The wild wonders of Europe

The four travelblog editors have made long-term trips but always for a continent other than Europe. The common belief of the people is that the Old Continent offers above all a great variety of historical places, monuments, architectural wonders and different cultures, being its natural wonders a quality that remains - in general - in the background.
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The hidden face of travel

In the trips not everything is fairy tales, sometimes bad experiences happen to us and thousands of questions happen to us that usually begin with “who would send me to me…”. But ask our partner Avistu who has a recent experience of the style when he was about to end up behind bars in some forgotten prison in Uzbekistan.
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Six reasons not to run from Oslo when you arrive in Norway

Boat in the Oslo Fjord, Norway Nobody travels to Norway because they have the illusion of visiting Oslo since childhood. In fact, the only ones who have a special illusion to visit Oslo are the lucky ones who receive the Nobel Peace Prize every year since 1901. But before the Oslo Tourist Office leaves me a long and politely furious comment on this post, I want to say that there are reasons to spend a couple of days in Oslo.
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Stay in a prehistoric cave

About to start a trip through South America where I will stay, mainly, in hostels, campsites and low-budget hotels, it is not too bad to see that there are still more hotels that can surprise you from the point of view of the lover of The original and new things. This is the case of the sassi di matera hostel.
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