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EasyJet Offer New Cabin Bag Guarantee

Posted on Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Easyjet have announced a new scheme that guarantees that you can keep your carry on bag in the cabin, even on the busiest flights when they usually place cabin bags in the hold when locker space is limited. Although you will still be able to take a cabin bag on board with dimensions up to 56 x 45 x 25cm, you may find on busier flights that it is placed in the hold. To take advantage of the new guarantee of keeping your bag in the cabin, your bag must be with 50 x 40 x 20cm. We would recommend that you check out the review of The Right Size Cabin...

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Thomas Cook Job Cuts

Posted on Friday, March 8, 2013

U.K. travel agent Thomas Cook plans to close down 195 retail travel agencies, which will result in the loss of approximately 2,500 jobs. “It is never easy to make decisions that impact directly on our people, but we also owe it to our customers to shape the business effectively and ensure that when they book their holiday with us, our administrative costs are as low as possible,” said Thomas Cook CEO Peter Fankhauser. He went on to say “Even after these changes, we will still have one of the largest retail networks in U.K. travel.” Thomas Cook currently has 15,500 employees and these cuts would mean a 16% reduction in their workforce....

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The Delight Of German Beers

Posted on Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Trying German beers, even if you are not attending the Oktoberfest is part of the fun of travelling in Germany.  Germans and Belgians would probably argue about who has the best beer… and the Czechs, at least those from Pilsner, might join in the squabble.  But we're not going to argue with anyone, we'll just enjoy it where ever we are.  And if you're enjoying a trip to Germany you might as well enjoy a German brew.  Making beer...

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Tower Bridge Exhibition

Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2013

One of London’s most well-known attractions and a must visit for all tourists is the Tower Bridge Exhibition.  Not only does this landmark play an important role in history, but it provides a great view of the city. In this feature we explore in more detail about the Tower Bridge Exhibition and we would encourage you to read the Tower Bridge feature in conjuction with this one. Sir Horace Jones designed Tower Bridge which was completed in 1894.  Right...

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Annual Events and Festivals in London

Posted on Monday, February 11, 2013

We all know there is so much to see in London, from the historic such as The Tower of London to the more up to date attractions like the Tate Modern.  There are fantastic museums including the Natural History Museum and there is also some unique Hidden Treasures   In addition to these London attractions you will find lively festivals and other events throughout the year.  If you have flexibility in determining your travel dates, please review a sample...

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The Imperial War Museum

Posted on Friday, February 8, 2013

Over the next decade, The Imperial War Museum will be creating new gallery spaces and new ways for you to explore our unique collections. The transformation has already begun with the closure of the museum until July 2013. This is a partial reopening as redevelopment continues through to 2014 – the 100-year anniversary of the start of the First World War. So we at thought we would give you a quick glimpse into the new look Imperial War...

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