Tumblelog by Soup.io
Newer posts are loading.
You are at the newest post.
Click here to check if anything new just came in.
eldonyhpn

Red, White & New: Fresh Ideas For Holiday Entertaining | Times Free Press

TWO MILLION Brits go back to the same holiday resort year after year | Mail Online

New experience?: No thanks. The majority of British tourists know what they like and want that on holiday Red- and blue-striped straws make a festive display in a Mason jar. Tiki tabletop candles add color and ambient lighting and help repel mosquitoes. Photo by Photo: Tiki Brand Easy, colorful decorating is as simple as inserting flags into pots of flowers. Photo by Photo: Tiki Brand enlarge photo July Fourth is all about grilling and chilling. The long holiday weekend thanks to the Fourth falling on Friday this year calls for relaxing with family for food, fireworks and backyard fun. Decorating in festive red, white and blue is the expected choice for any Independence Day party, but designer Kellie Clements has some ideas to put a fresh spin on your family fun. Clements, who was voted the Fan Favorite on Season 6 of HGTV's "Design Star," suggests trying the unexpected.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://timesfreepress.com/news/2014/jun/28/red-white-new-Fresh-ideas-for-holiday-entertaining/

photo And when they get there, two fifths dine at the same restaurant each time and over an eighth even sit in the same spot. From beyond the grave: Richard III boosts Leicestershire tourism by 482m in just one year (not bad for a body in a car park) Two out of five stay in the same resort, one in 10 do the same activities, almost two fifths go to the same beach, and almost a third will go to the same bar or pub. When it comes to the type of holidays, half want relaxing beach holidays, a fifth want sightseeing trips or city breaks. Top destinations for boomerang Britons are Tenerife, Paris, Florida, Benidorm and Majorca with two fifths saying good weather and reasonable prices made them return to the same place. Over an eighth cited the resort being family friendly for their return. New experience?: No thanks. The majority of British tourists know what they like and want that on holiday My spot: An eighth of British holidaymakers will even sit in the same place Overall two in five enjoy revisiting the same place because they know what to expect, while a fifth said they do not feel the need to try somewhere new as they know they like this particular location. One in five said they would feel happy returning to the same place every year. But LV= travel insurance, who commissioned the poll, found familiarity stops a third taking out insurance because they feel they know what to expect.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2672056/Groundhog-holiday-TWO-MILLION-Britons-resort-year-year-one-return-pub.html

Don't be the product, buy the product!

Schweinderl