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Have you been to Thailand this winter?

Not necessarily winter means cold weather and a grey sky. Have you been to Thailand this winter? In November begins the cold season in Thailand with over 20 Celsius degrees, and is therefore the best time to go there for holidays!

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Useful Travel Apps

Auto Europe App Price: Free Platform: iPhone, Android and Blackberry. Download the Auto Europe Smartphone App and have our car rental service available at all times. The app allows you to book new car rental, make changes in your reservation and…

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November holidays

Before the Christmas markets’ lights illuminate cities’ streets and squares, November is time for shorter and darker days, an autumn time reach in cultural and historical holidays around the world. In Britain we have Bonfire Night, but what happens in other countries in November?

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Ski holiday in Zermatt, Switzerland

The snow has fallen early this year in Europe and with winter just around the corner, it is time to book your ski holiday. Zermatt is one of the most popular ski areas in Switzerland and famous for its great…

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Enjoying the warmth of Cyprus in the winter months

“Calling all of those countries that have a bright yellow ball shinning in the sky!” It is something that the UK lacks at this time of year; the sunshine so I am off to pastures new for a few sunny…

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