It is often said that travelling is about the journey, not the destination.

After you’ve travelled a few times, the memories of all the places you stayed become blurry: somehow this isn’t as important as the memories scattered along the way. Other times, in special instances, the accommodation forms part of the memory, taking centre stage as the destination alongside the activities and places and sights to be seen...

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