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New research from bonvoyage.co.uk has revealed that a large percentage of holidaymakers who opt for a cruise do so in order to avoid ‘tacky’ holiday resorts, whilst others feel ‘under pressure’ to go  on a cruise because friends or family have been on a cruise holiday. 

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Brits travelling long-haul are beginning to forsake traditional seven-night beach holidays in favour of packing different experiences into one trip according to Hayes and Jarvis' latest Long Haul Trend Report, which reveals that the destinations making waves in 2013 are ones which lend themselves to a combination of city, beach and culture or heritage tours. 

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According to research by AeroMobile, 78% of British travellers are happy to use their mobile phones on holiday, despite concerns about the cost, while almost two thirds of people are worried about the effect roaming abroad will have on their pockets.

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A smartly dressed, single guy in his 30s is the passenger most likely to get a free upgrade according to a survey of 700 cabin crew by Skyscanner.

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Hotel portal, HRS, has conducted a new survey which found that 67% of European hotels offer Wi-fi free of charge and that there is significant room for improvement regarding the pricing policy for Wi-fi in five-star hotels. 

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