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Hear an interview with the Foundation for Moral Law. Today we will discuss perspectives with Col John Eidsmoe and Ben Dupree. We will cover John Eidsmoe's latest blog on Otto von Hapsburg: The Prince, the Professor and the Sinner and also hear from Ben Dupre on the latest in the fight for morality. We will also touch on the issue of the building of the Ground Zero Mosque in New York.
Travel tips: holidays in Croatia and this week's best breaks at home and away
Baroque churches and cobbled streets in the capital of Slavonia, plus short holidays in Cornwall and Sardinia
Take me there: Osijek
Ryanair's new destination in Croatia (it launches flights from Stansted on 4 April) is a likable, laid-back university town. It's the capital of Slavonia, a land of cornfields, vineyards and pastel-hued villages, famed for its cuisine. (Nope, we'd never heard of it either.)
What to do
Soak up the Hapsburg-era charm, baroque churches and cobbled streets of Tvrda, the old town. Take a boat tour through Kopacki Rit Nature Park, one of Europe's largest wetland habitats (kopacki-rit.com). Cycle through the winelands of Baranja (biljeplus.hr). In summer, join locals swimming off the sandbanks of the River Drava.
Where to stay
Maksimilian (from £35, maksimilian.hr) is a home-from-home B&B with heaps of character in an old Austro-Hungarian building in historic Tvrda. It also offers bike hire (€10 per day).
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