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Bangle Language by Alife Design – Review

Posted on Wednesday, October 17, 2012

  Watch this WhichHoliday.TV video review on the "Bangle Language"       Bangle Language by Alife is a PVC  bracelet that allows you to communicate on your travels. The concept is simple. When traveling and unable to speak the native language you simply point to a symbol or icon on the bracelet which indicates  to anyone what you are trying to find. – so we tested the bangle on Kristina to if the icons were easy to recognise. Watch the film above to see the results.   The bangle comes in a range of colours and has two press studs to accommodate different sized wrists.   Bangle Language is available from a wide rage of internet outlets, we got ours from Luckies.co.uk for just £9.95          Cons: Could be tight on a larger wrist. Bit of...

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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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Buttercup Bus

Posted on Friday, May 18, 2012

  Watch this WhichHoliday.TV London Olympic Special  featuring the Buttercup Bus    Buttercup Bus is a VW Camper hire company in London, based in Croydon, offering self drive lovingly maintained, vintage VW Camper Vans.  Lets face it, VW Camper Vans are seriously cool and the vintage campers supplied at the Buttercup Bus certainly know how to make an entrance. If you are planning to go on a camping trip or music festival then these camper vans are the way to travel in style. The vans are fully equipped, easy to drive and will give you the freedom to explore anywhere in the Britain.  With the Olympics just round the corner how cool would it be to park near the Olympic Stadium or the O2 Arena to be part of London 2012 party, and just imagine driving up to sites...

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The London Water Tower

Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2012

  Watch this WhichHoliday.TV London Olympic Special  featuring the London Water Tower   The 130 foot tower was built in 1896 and now, along with the modern pavilion building alongside, offers luxury self-catering accommodation with spacious living areas, 5 double bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a rooftop observatory all close to Greenwich and within easy reach of Central London. Perfect for a weekend break or visiting the 2012 Olympics. Your are under 30 minutes away from central London and all the sites such as Nelson's Column, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. The newly built Pavilion has a kitchen, dining and living area as well as two of the five bedrooms.  This part of the building offers large spacious light opened planned areas with access to the courtyard as well as a glass walkway to the tower and the...

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Pavilion Hotel

Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2012

  Watch this WhichHoliday.TV London Olympic Special  featuring the Pavilion Hotel, London     The Pavilion is a 30 room hotel situated just off Hyde Park. Featuring rooms such as "Honky Tonky Afro", a tribute to the 1970's and "Casablanca Nights" which is a deco inspired Moorish fantasy.  According to the Evening Standard newspaper the Pavilion Hotel is "London's hottest crash pad for style slaves in W2.  And "Harpers & Queen magazine described the Pavilion as "London's chicest little Hotel".    WhichHoliday.tv had a great afternoon filming at the Pavilion, owner Danny 'Lambo' is so passionate about his boutique hotel, and you can see he has an eye for design and delivers great service with both flamboyance and warmth.  The cost of staying at the hotel is very reasonable, bearing in mind the location and the the experience you...

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Cosy Oaks

Posted on Thursday, May 17, 2012

  Watch this WhichHoliday.TV London Olympic Special  featuring Cosy Oaks Camping   Cosy Oaks is a world away from the hustle and bustle of city life, set in the tranquil countryside of Essex and nestled between two ancient woodlands. Cosy Oaks campsite is an ideal base for the 2012 Olympics or any London tourist attraction, such as Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and the Globe Theatre. Located in the village of Stock, only 21minutes by train to Stratford with Canary Wharf being visible from the hill top on a clear day. Stock has several pubs serving locally brewed ales and freshly prepared English fare. Cosy Oaks offers both traditional camping as well as four purpose built shacks that are furnished to give all the home comforts, outdoors.  WhichHoliday.tv had the opportunity to film the 'potting shed' earlier in the year,...

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