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What’s in The Road Ahead December 2014/January 2015 edition?

Cars are the stars in the December/January Road Ahead magazine as we give you the scoop on Australia’s Best Cars 2014 in our nine-page feature showcasing the winners across 15 categories and announcing the ABC Judge’s Choice award winner – the motoring stand out from a field of 220 cars. In news, RACQ is supporting the Queensland Government’s Get Ready Campaign to help Queenslanders be prepared for storm season and The Road Ahead is getting ready to mark its 75th ...

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Teens admit to partying with alcohol

RACQ’s Docudrama program surveyed about 4000 senior students, with 90 percent admitting they’d been to parties with alcohol. RACQ Senior Education Officer Julie Smith said while many students would take ...

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The world’s most-visited tourist attractions

If you are planning some future holiday itineraries, think about including some popular bucket-list destinations. Here are some of the world’s most-visited tourist attractions to add to your list: Grand Bazaar, Istanbul: One of the world’s oldest and largest covered markets, the Grand Bazaar is a sight to behold that ... More

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Visit the natural attractions of Whistler

While the snow-clad mountains of Whistler are a majestic sight in winter, so too are the sub-alpine meadows covered in colourful wildflowers in summer. Grab a sketch pad and your hiking boots and set off on one of the many hiking trails (some of which are accessible by gondola) around Whistler, Blackcomb and ... More

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Explore the ryokans of Tokyo

Originating from Japan’s Edo period, ryokans were the name given to the small traditional inns that catered for weary travellers along the country’s highways. Sleeping arrangements in a ryokan usually consist of bedding – either a futon bed or a firm mattress – laid upon tatami floors (covered in straw mats). Most ryokans also have ... More

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Discover Old Montreal

Known locally by its French name, Vieux-Montréal, the historic centre of Montreal was once enclosed by walls. Fortified during the 18th Century while it was under French rule, the old town came under British rule in 1760, with the walls being destroyed in the early 1800s. Many of the cobblestoned streets ... More

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Delve into the art scene of Berlin

A diverse population of young artists has helped earn Berlin a reputation for being among Europe’s most avant-garde creative cities. Step off the history trail for a day during your visit to explore the city’s exciting gallery scene, which includes the following: Hamburger Bahnhof: What was once an enormous train ... More

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How to start your day on a high note

When that alarm goes off in the morning, it’s tempting to just roll over and catch some more sleep. But if you can find ways to look forward to getting up in the morning, you’re much more likely to start your day on a high note. First, work towards getting up a little bit earlier each morning. If you can carve out an extra 30 minutes of time, it will not only make your morning ...

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