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6 Unusual Romantic Spots in Europe

A recent research sponsored by Auto Europe suggests Brits could do with a bit of extra romance and passion on holiday. 27% of Brits ‘never get intimate’ on holiday, although 31% usually see ‘some passion’. Reignite that love spark at…

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Perfect Offline Holiday

Technology has advanced and, along with its progress, the original purpose of making our lives easier has been overshadowed with its consequences. The benefits of technology are no doubt many and we’re not trying to deny them. The negative side…

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Taking adult children on holiday: A survival guide

Summary: With 14 per cent of parents paying for their adult children to holiday with them, how can you prevent the trip from descending into a nightmare? As much as you all love each other, holidays that involve parents and…

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Our #AEMemories competitions for Facebook and Twitter: Favourite Holiday Memories

It’s competition time! What’s your favourite family holiday story? Whether it’s one of those stories that’s so embarrassing it’s funny, or a treasured memory from a special trip, we want to hear it! Our 3 favourites will each win a £50 Amazon voucher.To enter on Facebook, share your best holiday anecdote by commenting on our Facebook page competition post. Good luck!

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How to say ‘no’ to your adult children

However, new research from car hire firm Auto Europe has revealed that 14 per cent of parents still end up paying for essentials and care for their kids’ pets over the age of 18, apparently struggling to say ‘no’ to their grown-up children, even though they are supposed to be standing on their own two feet.

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