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Is there an advantage to non-flexible parking rates or hotel rates?

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These days you will often see several rates for the same car park or hotel, and one or more of these rates is likely to be ‘non-flexible’. A non-flexible booking will be non-refundable and non-amendable if you do not use it for any reason. The only change available to you free of charge is to alter the registration number Continue Reading »

A Guide for First-Time Visitors to Wimbledon

The All England Lawn Tennis Club holds the world’s biggest tennis championships between the 1st and 14th July this year. If you didn’t enter the ballot for tickets by the end of December 2018 you will not have been in with a chance of getting a ticket. With this in mind, you can enter your Continue Reading »

Sardinia: Luxury versus Affordable

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Sardinia is an Island in the Mediterranean situated directly under the Island of Corsica. It is an Italian island and is second largest only to Sicily. Although Italian, it is geographically not that close but rather its neighbours are French, Tunisian and Spanish! This diverse island is famous for its stunning beaches and boasts 1,150 Continue Reading »

How the Role of Cabin Crew has Changed Over the Years

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Back in the 1930’s when commercial flying took off, it was only the rich and famous taking to the skies looking for adventure, this pastime being exclusively for the wealthy. Then came the Package Holiday revolution of the 50s and 60s. Some of us recall our parents suddenly taking themselves off to sunnier climes on Continue Reading »

A Guide to Confectionery Restaurants and Cafes Around the World

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Easter is celebrated around the world as the ultimate Christian ceremony when Christ was crucified and subsequently rose from the dead, on Easter Sunday. The idea of decorating eggs was born thousands of years ago all around the world, where the giving of eggs as a gift was representative of ‘new life’. At the beginning Continue Reading »