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Carrying our own bags to avoid troubling the porter, not asking the concierge for help and apologising when it’s not our fault are all traits that define us at British when staying in a hotel.

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Far from being a nation of couch potatoes, three-quarters of adults aged between 18 and 64 want to ‘have a go’ at a new sport or physical activity while on holiday, according to the new Post Office Travel Money Activity Barometer. 

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British holidaymakers are tipping too much in foreign countries because they’re confused about the etiquette, according to a report by Travelex.

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A new study conducted by www.bonvoyage.co.uk has revealed that the cost of the average cruise has decreased by around 22% in the past five years.

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More than half of social network users in the UK (53%) are willing to share data from their social media profiles for a more personalised experience and one in five (22%) say they are most likely to do this for travel and leisure sites, according to research from Intent HQ.

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