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someone who travels for pleasure

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This service is currently available for holidaymakers staying in 22 hotels this summer across Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Rhodes, Zante and Crete, including seven Thomas Cook own brand hotels, and is set to be expanded to more destinations and hotels in summer 2019.
Our hotel has 90 per cent occupancy, mainly by local holidaymakers," he added.
He said: "We've seen destinations move up and down the popularity stakes, and next year we're predicting that Malta, Madeira and Costa Brava will catch the attention of holidaymakers who perhaps didn't think they ticked the right box for their needs.
Mainland Spain, the Balearic Islands and Turkey offer the best value out of 16 popular destinations, according to holidaymakers.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson topped the list of political travel companions with 23% of the vote, as holidaymakers perhaps hope to grill him over his thoughts on Brexit.
Rather than keeping a close eye on the movements of the pound and trying to exchange currency when they might get a better rate, one in six (15%) holidaymakers don't buy their currency until the day they are due to depart.
Vanessa Markey, Tourism Irelands Head of Great Britain, said: Events like the Royal Highland Show provide us with a wonderful platform to spread the word about the many great experiences that Scottish holidaymakers can enjoy around the island of Ireland.
Returnerism' is common among UK holidaymakers, with nearly a third of people (30 per cent) returning to the same holiday destination every single year, new research from ATOL (Air Travel Organiser's License) has found.
The call came from travel association Abta as extra planes began flying back holidaymakers desperate to get home after Friday's terrorist attack.
Birmingham Airport said the most popular destinations for holidaymakers included Dublin, Amsterdam, Dubai, Malaga and Paris with no reported delays.
British holidaymakers are also sticking religiously to luggage restrictions to avoid paying excess baggage charges with 65% of those questioned saying their luggage weighs no more than 20kg.
The average blood pressure of the holidaymakers dropped by a beneficial six per cent while the average of the non-holidaymakers went up over the same period by two per cent.
THOUSANDS of British holidaymakers are being evacuated from strife-torn Tunisia "as quickly as possible".
Summary: Holidaymakers are having to pay for their overseas accommodation for a second time following the collapse of tour operator Sun4U.
HOLIDAYMAKERS are determined to take their summer break despite the recession, says travel giant Thomas Cook.