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JAMES HART Get out of your car and walk, start from the Cenotaph, walk through the town to St Cybi's, walk along lands end taking in the port and up the Prince of Wales Road to Newry beaches breathtaking views.
Friendly Planet's seven-day Breathtaking Barcelona tour is available on the departure dates of Nov.
Stunning home with breathtaking views plus one-bedroom guest cottage
The Orbit Tower has divided opinion, but with breathtaking views of the Olympic Stadium and the City of London, visitors like what they see.
Renowned for its remote wilderness, contrasting with sheltered ancient woodlands, breathtaking waterfalls, caves and windswept uplands, there are plenty of hidden gems to discover.
Conrad hotels are offering a breathtaking suite at their Maldives Rangali Islands resort, it is likely to eat up the entire average wedding budget, let alone the honeymoon accommodation costs.
The master bedroom in these suites has a floor-to-ceiling glass wall offering breathtaking views of the Ambassador Lagoon eIf a 11-million-litre marine habitat with hundreds of species of marine life, including sharks, manta rays and schools of fishes.
Twenty high end condominiums at The Park House, a five-story magnificently-appointed residential building in Edgewater, New Jersey with breathtaking views of the Hudson River, are on the market for sale through New York City-based Eastern Consolidated.
A truly stunning guide, unmatched in its coverage of waterfalls and filled with breathtaking photographs for the armchair traveler.
Written by Ray Mulesky, Thunder From a Clear Sky is the breathtaking true story of Confederate cavalry officer Adam "Stovepipe" Johnson, who led the first Confederate raid across the Mason-Dixon Line to seize the river-port community of Newburgh, Indiana during the American Civil War.
Europe For The Senses: A Photographic Journal by author, traveler, and photographer Vicki Landes is a breathtaking collection of full-color photographs from around Europe.
The book features breathtaking, full-color images of each continent's most famous mountain ranges captured from as far as 500 miles to as close as 15 miles, offering a unique, unobstructed perspective of Earth's surface.