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    Is Disneyland in Paris worth seeing?

    Not really. The french are much better at doing their own thing rather than the American package. Asterix World, also near Paris is better, as is Puy de Fou, which is a historical theme park, which my kids, 3,5 and 11 at the time absolutely loved. almost 7 years ago

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    What's the difference between Disneyland Park & Walt Disney Park in Paris?

    If you want to go to an Amusement Park in France, go to Asterix Park or Puy du Fou; the french don't do american very well, but they do french extremely well. Both are way better than Disnelyand. almost 8 years ago

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    Interested in retiring to Scotland or England. Avid golfers, love outdoors, yet close to a city with restaurants, plays, etc.

    Glasgow. Has all the facilites that a city should have, great pubs, bars and restaurants, [plus surrounded by very good Golf courses. You could get a membership of a good course at a reasonable price with no hassle. over 7 years ago

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    where do you get the best fish and chips?

    Toff's, Muswell Hill has won National Awards. A bit expensive but very good quality, and proper stuff too e.g. mushy peas. over 7 years ago

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    Please advise where it is better to spend a one week holiday: Maldives, Mauritius or Seyshelles?

    Mauritius has the most variety and interest. All of them will give you the scuba diving you want. Aprt from that you won't get anything like the choices you have in Mauritius; food, bars, other places of interest etc. almost 7 years ago

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    Accommodation July 2013

    It depends where you are planning to go but many of the smaller towns have their big sporting and social events over the summer and you could easily get unlucky and find nothing doing for miles around, or only expensive options, if you don't book earlier. Same goes for popular destinations like Fort William and Glencoe. almost 7 years ago

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    Which are recommended child friendly resorts in Mauritius?

    Mauritius is generally very child friendly although the south coast drops off too quickly for anyone to handle, let alone kids. Any of the hotels around Grande Baie or Grande Gaube would be good. Plenty of beach and shallow, clear, warm water. I suppose you would want to avoid the Club Med, but otherwise I don't see that you could go far wrong in those areas. almost 6 years ago