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Flotilla sailing on the French Riviera

By David Pye Myself and a crew of four left Port Pin Rolland near Toulon on 24 September. We were on our 2102 Lagoon 380, heading east to Hyeres about 16 miles away. Eight boats in the flotilla with strong 20-knot winds behind us meant we were averaging around 6 knots with just the genoa fully out....

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Posted by Guest on 06/10/17 in Travel

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Canada and the Rocky Mountaineer

By Tina Fox We recently returned from a guided trip to Canada with Riviera Travel – tiring but very worthwhile. The highlight was two wonderful days on the Rocky Mountaineer. Because the flights only went from Heathrow and we had to get there from Scotland we decided to fly down the...

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Posted by Tina on 25/05/17 in Articles and Life After Retirement and Travel

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Coach holiday cuisine

For many retired people – and indeed those who are still working – coach holidays can be a popular way to see the world and get a chance to visit exciting new places. With the logistics of travel arrangements taken care of, it's a hassle-free way to travel. Nowadays tours cover...

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Posted by Kim on 25/05/17 in Articles and Life After Retirement and Travel

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