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5.0 Holidays Abroad: Mr. GERALD BRENAN
' Spain—I'
NOW that so many of us aspire to holidays abroad, there is a widespread demand for helpful information about the holiday resorts of Europe ; not merely where are the cathedrals and casinos, the beaches and belfries and brasseries that one wants to visit when one gets to one's destination, but, first of all, all about the business of getting there-passports, customs, coinage, expenses, what to take and what to wear. All these matters, as well as the attractions of Spain itself, will be dealt with in Mr. Brenan's talk tonight. This talk is the first of a series of weekly Foreign Travel Talks — to be continued throughout the summer. Next Tuesday Mr. Brenan will conclude his advice oh touring in Spain. After that will come further talks on Italy, France, Holland, etc.


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5XX Daventry, 3 April 1928 16.30

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