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Family Holidays.


The Business
Oct 25, 2003
In a world of my own.
Ladies and Gents.

Just starting to work on our family plans for a summer holiday. I need to start thinking about this as my son turns two in mid July and so it makes sense to get back before then rather than pay two kids prices.

I have been a bit surprised by the costs and options on offer at the moment. Short of Tunisia which really dosent appeal I'm looking at £1600 for two adults and three year old and a one year old which I think it a fair bit. Add to that the £1600 does not even get you decent flight times or an amazing hotel.

We don't care where we go as ling as it's Europe ad ideally All Inclusive as its easier with the kids.

My question to the parents out there is do you usually wait until nearer the time and just book two weeks before or do you bite the bullet and cough up the. £1600 etc that the current Market dictates?

I have looked qt planning my own trip booking flights and hotels separately and that too seems an option?

Any comments welcomed.