If you build it, they will come… Europos Sculpture Park, Vilnius

I visit Europos Park on a bright, cold spring day. Intermittent rainfall exaggerates the sweet smell of pine in the air, and purple wildflowers carpet the soggy ground. Europos Park is an open-air art gallery, hidden away in woodlands about 20...
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Surviving The Family Holiday – Tips For Smart Kids

It’s one of the best times of the year, heading off on a family holiday - the excitement, the anticipation, the chance for everyone to spend some quality time together... but don't put on your rose-tinted sunglasses just yet, because family holidays...
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Exploring a Real Life Film Set in Cefalú, Sicily

  Golden hour. It’s half past six and the terraced houses have emptied their furniture, families, cats and dogs out on to the streets to savour the late sunshine. Pink bed-sheets flutter gently from a balcony as a Schillaci in the making...
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Go On Go On Go On: See Father Ted’s Ireland

Pack your best lovely girl dress, practice your 'looking holy' face and prepare to enter the world of spider babies and freak pointing. With the comedy series Father Ted celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, there's no better time to visit...
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Kate Reviews Disneyland Paris…

Kate Keena (10) from Dublin took some time out from her very busy school schedule recently to talk to us about her holiday in Europe's biggest playground. Read on to find out where to eat breakfast in Paris, the best way to beat the crowds, and how...
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Pony Up! Beach Riding in Ballyconneely, Connemara

We roll up to the little white cottage just as the sun finally, fully breaks through the light cloud that’s obscured it throughout our journey to Ballyconneely. To finally see the countryside, infamous for its wild, wet weather, bathed in warm...
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