Known as the English Riviera, popular for its mild climate, famous for its award winning beaches and iconic palm trees. Torbay is the collective name for Paignton (my home town), Brixham & Torquay and has more attractions than any other resort in the UK and is also a Global Geopark. Known locally as the bay of dreams, I count myself lucky to live in such a beautiful place and call it home.
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Sometimes spelt Elbury, this is a quiet beach with fantastic views. It’s just a short walk from Broadsands car park around the golf course along the coastal path.
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Rugged, Waterproof 360-degree Camera with 5.7K/30fps Resolution, 4K Spherical Stabilization and 3D Spatial Audio
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Thanks to Google’s new features for its Google Assistant, the integration of Google Lens.
Point your phone at a flower and Google Lens will tell you, on the screen, which type of flower it is. You can aim the camera at a restaurant sign to see reviews and other information.
A lot of people have said to me they hate Vegas or they never want to go. “I don’t gamble, it’s overpriced,” yah de yada. The excuses are a plenty, all because Vegas is portrayed through the glitz, glamour and party atmosphere of the Strip. Those people are just focused on the negatives. There is so much more to Vegas than just a long stretch of road full of hotels, casinos and restaurants. Don’t let this aspect of the city keep you away, that would be a mistake.
Las Vegas is almost synonymous with the Strip, but there’s plenty to do in the city that doesn’t involve casinos and gambling. On both of my visits to Vegas, I’ve tried to break away from the glitz, glam, see something new and something different.