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Les Puces the great antique market, Paris

Les Puces (The Fleas) is what locals call Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, the largest antique market in the world at Porte de Clignancourt. Covering seven hectares it’s awash every Saturday, Sunday and part of Monday with a heaving mass of humanity. Go early to see it at its best, and to avoid too much of a struggle to see the rest.

25 March 2013
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Les Puces the great antique market, Paris

Lebanon best known for its delicious food

The country's most popular question is "What's in meal today?" especially since Lebanon is jammed with incredible restaurants, street-food stalls and bakeries.

25 March 2013
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Lebanon best known for its delicious food

Cherry Blossoms come earlier this year in Tokyo

Japan's prettiest national pastime of hanami, or cherry blossom viewing, has got off to its earliest start ever. The Meteorological Agency oof Japan announced the beginning of cherry blossom season over the weekend.

21 March 2013
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Cherry Blossoms come earlier this year in Tokyo

Great Market Hall, Budapest, Hungary

Near the Pest side of the Great Liberty Bridge is located a Great Market Hall of Budapest. This Great market hall was opened for the first time in a 19th century and was deemed as the world's largest market with state of the art lightning and refrigeration.

21 March 2013
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Great Market Hall, Budapest, Hungary

Gypsy caravan tour of Cumbria

Gypsy caravans have gone from rare relic to two-a-penny at posh campsites across Britain, thanks to the popularity of glamping. Having a tour on such caravans is a sort of fun especially for teenagers and children. Sit back and enjoy the scenery as you travel on quiet country roads, stopping to set up camp in wild meadows or by lakes or rivers.

15 March 2013
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Gypsy caravan tour of Cumbria