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theendoftheshowshow Sat 02-Apr-16 19:08:07

Am looking to book a holiday for next year to celebrate a special occasion.

2 adults, 2 DC age 12 and 9 - restricted to English school holidays. Happy to spend upto 10k

Where would you go? Want something memorable that we will all enjoy.

Behooven Sat 02-Apr-16 22:30:21

You don't say if you would prefer short haul or long haul?
Obviously Florida in a lovely hotel would tick your boxes but I can also recommend the Marina Verde aparthotel an hour from Venice on the Adriatic coast. It's 2 bedroom suites are beautiful and the town of Caorle is gorgeous. There is a waterpark close by if you like that sort of thing. I'm biased but Italy, seaside, lovely hotel, great food and easy travel to loads of Italian cities is my perfect holiday 😀

ShanghaiDiva Mon 04-Apr-16 08:01:19

UK summer holidays long haul:
Vancouver and Vancouver Island
Bali and Singapore
Hoi An in Vietnam

cathyandclaire Mon 04-Apr-16 08:04:01

We did an RV on the west coast of America with stops in hotels at either end, it was fantastic, thoroughly recommend.

ihatethecold Mon 04-Apr-16 08:08:13

We are going to Koh Samui this summer holidays with our young teens, (12 and 16)

We are staying in an eco resort booked through Trailfinders.
They have been fantastic helping us decide where to go and getting us on the best planes/flights.
I couldn't beat their prices doing it myself.
Our holiday including 3 nights in Bangkok at the end is 7.5K for 4 of us.
The kids have their own room throughout the holiday.

Sounbelievablydull Thu 07-Apr-16 22:37:34

La drive to San francisco plan it over a couple of weeks
Did this when my kids were those ages
Disney etc in la
Stayed in Monterey was great with loads of wildlife
Great scenery easy drive lots of hikes to do wonderful beaches
San Francisco was fun with the kids

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