Tips and deals: 04/10/2009
Sunday 04 October 2009
Is it a pair of sunglasses, is it a cunningly disguised 4GB USB flash drive? It's both! These Calvin Klein shades would suit James Bond down to the ground. You, too, if you want to keep your computer files by your right temple. Price £120, go to marchon.com
The 11th edition of The Times Concise Atlas of the World hits the bookshelves this month, price £90. Fully revised, it contains 260 pages of intricate mapping, plus satellite images and a completely new mapping page of Alaska.
Inntravel is offering its self-guided walking breaks in Britain for the first time. The Peak District and the Yorkshire Dales are among the new UK routes, with accommodation booked along the way and luggage transported ahead. Go to inntravel.co.uk
Get a week in Sorrento from £474 per person, based on two sharing, with EasyVoyage .co.uk. Departing Manchester on 16 October, the deal includes return flights, half-board accommodation at the four-star Continental Hotel near the Piazza Tasso and resort transfers.
The Independent travel offers: Discover a world of inspiring destinations
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