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Queue Jump In Paris

Paris Queues

Summer time in Paris means perfect weather and an influx of tourism. Now is the perfect time for any Paris tourist or tourist group to take advantage of Easy Pass Tours. Skip the Line Easy Pass Tours are the best way for tourists to see Paris. With this exciting and exclusive offer, travelers can experience the city’s greatest attractions without experiencing their notoriously long lines. Continue reading…

Are You A Met-Setter?

Fake Tan

British men are embracing their metrosexual side and packing hair dryers, straighteners and even opting for pre-holiday spray-tans, according to new research from comparison website MoneySupermarket. The research has revealed that a quarter of British men are now hitting the gym in advance of their summer holiday to get a ‘beach-body’, whilst a further one in five are going on diets to try and achieve Continue reading…

Advice on Holidaying in Florida

Advice on Florida Holidays

When booking and planning a holiday, naturally you’re hoping for sunshine and praying that it does not rain, but when visiting somewhere like Florida, you have to be prepared for any weather. Although Florida is known as the Sunshine State, and for good reason, it can be home to some pretty extreme weather conditions. It can be advisable to book your Disneyland holidays in September Continue reading…

Club 18-30 Launches Summer ’13 Deals

Club 18-30

After the wettest April on record, an equally dismal May, and not much hope for June despite the odd scorcher, it is clear that in the UK we know the weather can do a swift u-turn. But while the country rejoices at the first sign of the summer, early bird clubbers can make sure the fun never stops by bagging a bargain holiday in 2013 Continue reading…

Top 5 Short Break Destinations

St Petersburg

A short break abroad is the perfect way to indulge in inspiring museums, exciting new foods and experience different cultures. Choosing one of Europe’s most fascinating cities, such as Istanbul or Berlin, can leave the soul refreshed and ready to face the world again. With this in mind we bring you five of the best European cities for the perfect short breakaway. Berlin From the Continue reading…

London Olympic Hotel Prices Fall

London Hotel Prices

With one month to go to the start of London 2012, research by Hotels.com shows that hotel prices in London during the Olympics have fallen around 25% over the last two weeks. The average cost of a hotel room in the capital for the Games period now stands at £160, still 75% up on the same time last year but this masks that fact that Continue reading…

Baby Wins £20,000 Holiday

Thomas Cook's Photo Competition

A stunning snap taken from the top of the iconic Blackpool Tower has given one lucky family the unique chance to experience a £20,000 holiday of a lifetime with Thomas Cook. The winner of Thomas Cook’s biggest Facebook competition to date, mother-of-two Gill Camm, is now planning the holiday of her dreams after members of the public picked her son’s picture from a massive 10,000 Continue reading…

How to Pack the Ultimate Carry-On for Kids

Trunki Suitcases for Children

Family Vacation Critic (http://www.familyvacationcritic.com), a family vacation planning and review site from TripAdvisor, reports that one-third of family travelers fly at least once per year with their children, according to a recent online survey. With airlines cutting back on free perks and privileges that are important to families, such as pre-boarding and seat selections, as well as limiting free luggage allowances, families need to plan Continue reading…

Time to Consider Portugal?

Portugal

As the British Summer weather continues to disappoint, why not try a Portuguese summer instead? Portugal has long been a place of refuge for British holidaymakers in need of an escape from the changeable British summer. With long, perfect beaches, great hospitality and activities galore, this year looks set to be no exception. Sun-lovers are taking up bargain flights to Faro from Monarch in their Continue reading…

Britain’s a Washout

Washout

Britain has just endured its wettest April and May since records began, and there was widespread flooding in many areas, after as much as 20mm of rain fell in the space of just 12 hours. Despite this, we still seem to be in the position of being officially in drought, and facing a hosepipe ban over the summer. Surely there are places nearby with less Continue reading…

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