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Following the school year’s longest stretch without a break, October half-term is the perfect time to escape Britain – but unless your child’s school has a two-week holiday, you’ll be competing with everyone else for the same fares and wanting to avoid excessive flight times. This is the time of year to pursue three things:
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Committed dandy and literary bohemian Julian Maclaren-Ross once described Fitzrovia’s Newman Passage as Jekyll and Hyde Alley, on account, one assumes, that someone might enter with a decorum befitting Dr Henry Jekyll and emerge as evil as Mr Edward Hyde. Maclaren-Ross ventured that the dark, narrow passageway might be somewhere “one sometimes guided girls in
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Why go? Cannes is the largest cruise destination on the Cote d’Azur with 170 day calls in 2018. It offers plenty for a self-contained visit, ideal for families or older visitors as part of a Mediterranean cruise. Read more: Telegraph Travel’s Mediterranean cruise guide The world famous port has become synonymous with glamour Credit: Getty Stroll
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Continuing our culinary series, Anthony Peregrine offers a guide to the 10 dishes all visitors to France must find time for. 1. Bouillabaisse What makes it great: The fishiest fish dish in the world started out, like most French classics, as a poor man’s platter. Marseille fishermen boiled up for themselves the items they couldn’t sell. Hence qualification for inclusion
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