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where are you going on holiday this year?

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foxdongle Sat 26-Apr-14 19:34:24

Love to hear what plans people have.
We are 2 ad 2ch (12 and 14).
We're going on a weeks cruise at May half term
and a week in Spain -last week of school summer holidays.
can't wait smile

AnyFucker Sat 26-Apr-14 19:36:45

Ibizaaaaa grin

frignorant Sat 26-Apr-14 19:38:48

Travelling around France in our caravan for 3 weeks in the summer hols. Heading to the south of France.

We've done this for the last few years and it's brilliant. We have teenage dd's.

It's nice to have something to look forward to smile

Madamecastafiore Sat 26-Apr-14 19:41:50

Cornwall for DCs to master surfing and house hunting in Tuscany (slight boast as am soooo excited!)

ginmakesitallok Sat 26-Apr-14 19:42:17

Crete, 2 weeks in july

vindscreenviper Sat 26-Apr-14 19:45:26

Same as last summer, a week bouldering at Font followed by a week in Chamonix followed by 2 weeks loafing by a pool in Provence while DH cycles up and down Mont Ventoux - I can't wait grin

Sirzy Sat 26-Apr-14 19:47:44

we are also doing a cruise may half term - from Southampton down the iberian cost. Cant wait

Creamycoolerwithcream Sat 26-Apr-14 19:50:38

I am going on a Black Sea cruise visiting Instanbul, Bulgaria, Romania and Mykinos followed by a week chilling ay an all inclusive hotel in Turkey. My DC are 13 and 15.

OddBoots Sat 26-Apr-14 19:50:52

A lovely looking self catering cottage in Suffolk. We love holidaying in the UK, we find it much less stressful.

Bobtailstrikesagain Sat 26-Apr-14 19:54:36

Puerto banus at the end of June for a week.

MirandaWest Sat 26-Apr-14 19:56:33

We're going to the Isle of Man for a week. Plus 3 nights in Liverpool beforehand (sailing from Liverpool and as I used to live there and my mum and dad have moved from there now wanted to show the DC some places I love there).

MirandaWest Sat 26-Apr-14 19:57:01

We're going in August btw

vindscreenviper Sat 26-Apr-14 19:58:09

Forgot to say my DC are 10 & 7.
We had a week in a cottage in north Wales over Easter and it was fab! I would love to live there.

IamInvisible Sat 26-Apr-14 19:58:46

We went to Boa Vista, Cape Verde a month ago.

It was fantastic.

BeetlebumShesAGun Sat 26-Apr-14 20:00:13

Self catering cottage in Polperro, Cornwall with my mum and stepdad for 3rd year running! We love it. grin

rosy71 Sat 26-Apr-14 20:00:28

Duinrell, Holland. Went last year & the kids loved it.

BeetlebumShesAGun Sat 26-Apr-14 20:00:48

Our DD will be 6 months by then.

SorrelForbes Sat 26-Apr-14 20:01:50

A week in the East Algarve and then (hopefully) a driving holiday in the US.

expatinscotland Sat 26-Apr-14 20:03:57

Going to the US to stay with family and doing as many overnight campouts as we can here in the UK.

foxdongle Sat 26-Apr-14 21:15:32

Thanks all, love being nosey re holidays- gives me future ideas.
We all got loads to look forward to grin

sirzy P and O Oceana ? (that's the one we're going on).
rosy we took dcs to duinrell -their first holiday abroad loved it
creamy that cruise sounds very interesting

love Cornwall and we went to Southwold in Suffolk and north wales too when dcs small.

Sirzy Sat 26-Apr-14 21:17:51

yes Fox thats the first one. My first cruise, going with my DS, my parent and my sister and her family. 3 children 3, 4 and 5 so much younger than your children.

Creamycoolerwithcream Sat 26-Apr-14 21:28:29

It would have been even more interesting if they stuck with the original itenary...Ukraine was one of the destinations!

Enjoyingmycoffee1981 Sat 26-Apr-14 21:31:59

Porto sani in Greece. Our last holiday before we are restricted by school holidays, so we went crazy with the budget. So looking forward to it. Holidays are the best

VivaLeBeaver Sat 26-Apr-14 21:34:49

frignorant. Can I ask do you book in advance? Plan where you're going exactly or go where you fancy? I've just got a caravan and fancy going to France next summer.

BuzzardBird Sat 26-Apr-14 21:35:03

Me too AF, first time we have stayed there other than cruise and we are exited to explore. smile

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