few facts on Short Breaks.
- each city break operator varies in whether they provide transfers
from the destination airport and back. Check this at the time of
- check if there are any sight seeing trips or other tours that
may be pre-booked in the UK or with the overseas rep whilst on holiday.
tours, holiday types or destinations may not be suitable for younger
children due to lack of special child or medical facilities. The
hotels' definition of "child's age" does vary, but will be indicated
in all brochures. Airline definitions remain standard (open). Infant
when under 2 years and child 2-11 years (inclusive) on date of travel.
- the star ratings shown in different brochures are based on the
latest official lists, though star ratings can vary in standard
from one country to another. Some 2 or 3 star hotels particularly
in city centres have much smaller bedrooms than those in the summer
holiday resorts. Public facilities such as bars and restaurants
may only open if there is sufficient demand, particularly in low
Holidays abroad plus religious events - most brochures give information
on public holidays and special events in good faith. It is to be
noted that during these times banks, shops, restaurants may be closed.
In Muslim countries dates of religious feasts and festivals are
fixed by local sightings by the moon, thus cannot be pinpointed
in advance. Ramadan, which is observed for one month each year,
is a period of fasting when the pace of life is slower, public areas
are busier and restrictions can apply on alcohol consumption and
restaurant facilities (outside the hotels and cruise boats).
over one hundred short break destinations and a seemingly endless
choice of things to go I guess we'll catch up with you in an extremely
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