Archive for April, 2009

The Top Five Water Parks in Europe

The Top Five Water Parks in Europe

Posted on 28. Apr, 2009 by EOW Team.

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Everyone knows that happy kids mean happy parents and on your family holidays the best way to put a smile on your children’s faces is a day out at the local water park. With Europe geared towards the package holiday market, there is such a plethora of parks to choose from. Here’s our pick of [...]

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A Taste of Tuscany – Walking Holidays in Italy

A Taste of Tuscany – Walking Holidays in Italy

Posted on 26. Apr, 2009 by EOW Team.

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There’s plenty in Tuscany both for the connoisseur and for those who want to spend their holidays walking in Italy. Imagine a day of seeing the sites, sampling some wine and then taking an after-dinner walk. Italy is the perfect place to do it. Tuscany in particular is full of good food, wine, city culture, [...]

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7 Top Tips for Buying Property in North Cyprus

7 Top Tips for Buying Property in North Cyprus

Posted on 23. Apr, 2009 by EOW Team.

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The delights of buying property in North Cyprus used to be a well-kept secret – but not any more! The winning combination of 300 days per year of sunshine, golden sandy beaches, dramatic mountains and prices around a third cheaper than in south Cyprus has already attracted thousands of property buyers.
With many top quality developments [...]

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Investing in Overseas Property – 4 Tips

Investing in Overseas Property – 4 Tips

Posted on 21. Apr, 2009 by EOW Team.

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By I Clark
There are many possibilities for investing in overseas property. How do you find the best opportunities? UK investors have a lot to choose from, as many parts of the world are opening up to foreign buyers. Investing in overseas property takes a lot of planning and there are many issues that must be [...]

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Country Profile: Bulgaria

Country Profile: Bulgaria

Posted on 20. Apr, 2009 by EOW Team.

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Potted history of the country: The first Bulgarian state was formed in the 7th century when the Bulgars merged with the indigenous Slavic inhabitants. The Ottomans ruled Bulgaria for 500 years from the 14th century. After the second world war the country came under Soviet control until the first free elections in 1990. An Orthodox [...]

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