28 September 2018
One of the significant fixed travel expenses you must budget for is your accommodation. You need to know how to find budget rental accommodation that will not leave your pocket dented. Cheap accommodation will leave you with more money to spend on fun activities while on your travel. Use these three tips when finding hotel accommodation, and you will be on your way to making great bargains. 1. Consider the Location
24 January 2017
If you're a pub landlord of a small establishment, you've probably put a great deal of effort into building a cosy family atmosphere and turning your locals into regulars. There are plenty of fantastic reasons to open some of your rooms and turn your pub into a B&B, inn, hotel or lodging house. There's money in it, of course--but it's also a lot of fun, provides a vital service that bolsters other local businesses and gives you a great, new way to meet people.
3 November 2016
If you are planning to charter a bus to take children living with autism on a day out, it is vital that you consider their unique needs when choosing which type of bus to hire. Below is a guide to several things you should think about before making your booking. Request a driver who is aware of autism A child with autism may display a range of behaviours such as rocking backwards and forwards, humming or saying or shouting the same word repeatedly.
9 August 2016
Travelling with children can make finding the right form of accommodation a complex affair. Depending on the age of your children, there are specific features that should be included in the ideal hotel room. In addition, you must consider the external environment and the reason for your holiday when making your choice. The pointers below will help you decide on the perfect family accommodation. 1. Room size Unless you're travelling with someone to take care of the children, you'll likely be sleeping in a single room so that you can watch them at night.