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Category Archives: Holiday

Top tips for tipping!

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Some folks do and some folks don’t – and if you walk the wrong way through the tipping minefield, you can ruin your whole trip. Avoid bad service, moody stares and downright offence caused, with our handy guide to who to tip; when to tip them; and what to do if you get it wrong…

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14 travel resolutions for 2014

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How are your New Year’s resolutions going? It’s usually round about now that all those good intentions start to buckle under the weight of normality. Well, fear not – because the good people in the redspottedhanky.com Facebook and Twitter community have come up with these brilliant travel resolutions for 2014! We reckon it might just be fun committing to keep one or two of these…

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How to Plan a Romantic Weekend Away

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Valentine’s Day is on the way – if your heart’s beating a little faster as you scratch your head trying to work out where to go on a special weekend away, maybe redspottedhanky.com can help. Check out these top tips for making the Valentine’s weekend as special as possible: and don’t forget, we can help you find the cheapest train tickets, hotels and flights as well. Bon voyage!

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5 Ways to Save Money for Your Travels

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New Year euphoria already given way to the January blues? We’ve got the perfect tonic. When it’s cold outside and the nights are long, what better time is there to start planning – and saving – for your next adventure? Get the laptop out, fire up your favourite travel guides and start putting those pennies away. And don’t worry if you’re no good at squirreling your cash: redspottedhanky.com’s here to help with some saving suggestions!

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Snow Business Like Snow Business – Top Wintery Getaways

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Winter is coming, and redspottedhanky.com reckons that’s cause for celebration. Who needs shorts when you can wrap up warm and enjoy the best winter breaks Europe has to offer? We’ve made it super-easy to find the destination of your dreams: you can book train ticketsflightshotels and European rail tickets from us. And if you book your train tickets in advance, they’re cheaper – giving you more cash to spend on mulled wine. Prost!

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Tips and Tricks for Travelling in a Group

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Travelling in groups can get tricky quickly. From besties who commit early and pull out late to last-minute passport panic, the more travellers you have in the same group the easier it is for everything to go wrong. Make it all a bit easier by following our advice of tips and tricks for when you are travelling in a large group.

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UK Holidays – Five of the Best Staycations

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Who needs fancy foreign holidays when you can get the best from your breaks in good old Blighty? Here’s our guide to the top 5 staycations in the UK this year – don’t forget to book you train travel early to take advantage of our best advance deals!”

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Where is the Sun Still Shining?

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October is the month to catch a last minute break before you batten down the hatches and get cosy for your favourite winter celebrations. So put Halloween on hold for the time being, give Guy Fawkes a miss and pack your favourite flip flops for one last hurrah in the sun! We reckon these are some of the best European destinations for some late sunshine fun.

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Three’s a Crowd: Things to Do in the UK for Large Groups

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The summer’s been and gone and to help you put off those winter blues we thought we’d give you food for thought in preparation of next year’s trip. Whether you’re after a seaside stroll, a highland hike or a cruise around the capital we’ve got plenty of options for you to book up in 2014.

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