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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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Go Mad for Madrid – Spain

Posted on Friday, November 9, 2012

  Madrid is yet another glorious and exciting European capital to explore.  It may not glisten like Barcelona or be as popular as Seville, but it possesses its own poetic allure. Madrid is the home to Spanish Kings and Queens and it is worth exploring the great medieval centre.  You will also find that boasts some of the greatest museums in the world and the streets offer plenty of tapas bars and nightclubs.   Let's begin in Puerto del Sol. This is one of Madrid's most significant squares and is an outstanding central place to start out from. In fact it 's the point in Spain from which all distances are measured. There are large numbers of hotels in the neighbourhood and you can grab the underground here or just walk to the main sights. Puerto del Sol is...

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Get Listed on the WHTV Free Holiday Property Directory

Posted on Sunday, September 2, 2012

We are more than pleased to offer you a free entry in our Free Holiday Property Directory. It is there to help promote your property and to offer our visitors a direct source of holiday properties whilst they are on the WhichHoliday.TV site. There are of course just a few simple rules and please note that all submissions are checked by one of the WhichHoliday.TV team before being allowed to go live. We would appreciate it if you feel that you would like to return the favour, that you link to the WhichHoliday.TV homepage from your site with a text link or by using one of our banners.   Terms and Conditions 1. Your entry must be accurate and truthful. 2. You must be the owner or the rightful representative of the property that you are submitting. 3. You...

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UK Border staff strike off

Posted on Wednesday, July 25, 2012

It was reported today that the government had sought a High Court injunction against the proposed strike by border staff that was due to start tomorrow, just a day before the opening of the London Olympics, based on “procedural errors” in the PCS’s ballot. But PCS union leaders called the strike off with just 45 minutes to the start of the hearing. PCS leader Mark Serwotka said "major progress" had been made and claimed that 1100 jobs would be created, but the government claims they know nothing of it. Immigration minister Damian Green said in an interview on the BBC today he didn’t recognise those figures and said “that they break it down to 300 new jobs in the passport service, but at the moment there are 319 vacancies in the passport service and what was said in the...

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Not so plain, Southern Spain!

Posted on Sunday, June 3, 2012

  David Jackson is a musician, performer, broadcaster and the owner of a beautiful villa in the south of Spain (which is available for hire).  You can hear David on Totnes FM on his “TQ9” show. I’d like to tell you a story, if I may, about southern Spain. Not the English bars and noisy football supporting rowdy tourists that so many people are embarrassed to admit are from the same country as us, but the more tranquil, beautiful, scenic, and cultured side of Spain that not many people take the time to find and enjoy.   My family and I went to live in southern Spain in the year 2000, where we bought the side of a hill, which was once a beautiful Olive farm. We had designs on building a beautiful rustic Spanish country Villa, and 3...

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London Olympics Special

Posted on Friday, May 18, 2012

  As we publish this page, there are just over 70 days to the London Olympics 2012, when over 4 million people are expected to descend on England’s capital city. And of course, with such an influx of Olympic tourists there is going to be a huge demand for hotels, apartments, bed and breakfasts and any other accommodation. There are of course many quality hotels in London and the Home Counties that offer great facilities and at a reasonable price, but many have doubled and even trebled their pricing during the July and August period around the Olympic games.   We decided here at WhichHoliday.TV  that we would go hunt down some unusual alternative accommodation that was still available for you to book and would offer a real Olympic experience.   So, here are 4 films offering 4 very...

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