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Villa Radicata - the perfect home from home in Tuscany

Italy is an exotic land of castle towns, fishing villages, rolling hills with hidden medieval towns and lush olive and wine valleys.

The area is breathtaking ....Tuscany must be one of the prettiest parts of Italy...


 
 

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CREATE A SUCCESSFUL WEBSITE is ideal for anyone who wants to create a website. It has been written for a range of different PROFESSIONAL CONSUMERS, such as artists, actors, sports personalities and even someone creating a...


 
 
Sub headed as ‘Your ultimate guide to writing and publishing a successful novel, this book does what it says on the tin … err, cover.
iHubbub decided to hire a car for a business meeting in Dublin centre with timing issues and the wet weather! We were rather apprehensive with hiring a car in Dublin because we hadn't driven in Dublin before and needed to make sure we got to our morning meeting on time. So car hire was the best option!
Now, look here … home office and indeed house cleaning can be down-right boring, but you can get perked up when you’re using the right products – such as the EcoForce range of everyday, affordable, household products made from recycled materials.
If you're self employed or want to branch out as a freelancer or start up home business treat yourself to a copy of Geoff Burch's new book Self-Made Me.
Before you take the normal business travel route that could immediately spring to mind when you’re off on a business trip to Dublin or anywhere in Ireland, why not compare the difference between taking a bustling flight with peaceful remote-broadband working while ‘sailing’ with Irish Ferries.