Archive for April 2012

Sunbathing in the Balearic Islands, Spain


The Balearic Islands, some of the most visited destinations in Europe with their 300 or so days of sun each year, rich white beaches and captivating culture. Each of the islands within the Balearic Sea has their own distinct personalities and as such attracts different tourists to each.

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Exploring Spain – Valencia to Tarragona


Some people think that Spain has been just about done to death in tourism terms but a voyage along the coast from Valencia to Tarragona might just change your mind.

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UK Holiday Resorts to Visit in This Summer


There’s a very good reason why domestic holidays have become increasingly popular with UK residents over the past few years and it’s not just because budgets are tight thanks to the economic downturn. The reality is that despite the tiny size of the country there are an awesome array of activities and attractions that take travellers off the beaten track on a holiday that is full of culture and adventure.

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Haunted Places in England


A trip to England can be educational, fun, and exciting. With so many different historical sites scattered throughout the country and unexpected surprises around every corner, a holiday to this strong and impressive country has the ability to spark the imagination and created an unforgettable experience. Many visitors end up staying in a hotel to visit England, which can be as exciting as visiting any historical site, as many of them have housed visitors for hundreds of years.

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Gridlock Feared At UK Airports this Easter


Timeshare owners looking to take advantage of the Easter break to be mindful of the likelihood of gridlock at boarder control. 11 leading airlines operating within the UK have expressed concern at the lack of resources at the UK Border Agency’s deposal. Fears are that there is not enough manpower to check the passport of all travellers entering Britain.

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