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Another Way To Spend 48 Hours In Melbourne

While we’ve written about spending 48 hours in Melbourne before when you only have 48 hours to take in a location it’s easy to miss a LOT. Not to mention everyone’s tastes are different so I bring you an alternative view on spending 48 Hours in Melbourne written by April Lipson. Melbourne (pronounced ‘melb’n’) has […]

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48 Hours in Jaipur - Chokhi Dhani

48 Hours in Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital of the princely state of Rajasthan, the only ‘desert’ state in India, located in the north-west, along the border with Pakistan. Its history is unique in that the past is still trying to live in partnership with the present. The title of Rajasthan was derived from the label of ‘Rajputana’ that […]

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48 hours in Reykjavik

Iceland is all about the wild outdoors. It’s one of the most naturally beautiful countries I’ve ever visited, and it’s chock full of extreme features like volcanoes, glaciers, expansive geo thermal areas, waterfalls and geysers. In this post I’m going to focus a bit on Reykjavik, but also cover the must see, top ticket natural […]

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Review of YOTEL London Gatwick Airport

I’ve done more than my fair share of 6am or 7am flights from London’s airports and I’ve gotta say, getting yourself there on time so bloody early in the morning is far from an enjoyable experience. When we found ourselves with a 7am flight to Greece for our holiday recently, we thought “hang on, getting […]

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Looking back on 2011

2011 was a massive year for 48 Hour Adventure. We started featuring guest writers, covered more destinations than the year before and worked with some great travel companies to smash out more and more awesome travel guides for you guys. Since January, we’ve brought you 19 guides to spending 48 hours in cities around the […]

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