Travelling at Christmas can be exciting and magical. It is a time full of anticipation as you jet off to spend time with family and friends. And with around two million travellers expected to pass through Gatwick Airport this festive season, the airport are doing what they can to make sure that everyone’s air travel is as stress free as possible; whether that is making sure people can get throu…
By Sarah Anglim at 22 Dec 2015
If you are one of the lucky four million Britons who will be heading overseas this Christmas make sure your journey to the airport gets off to a smooth start as millions will be taking to the roads and public transport over the festive period.
If you are travelling to either Gatwick, Stansted or Heathrow A…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 17 Dec 2015
If you are having difficulty choosing what to get a friend or family member who loves to travel then read on for some great Christmas gift ideas; from high tech speakers to a set of luggage scales, we have suggestions for all the travellers in your life whether they are jetting off on business, an adventure or just a holiday.
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By Sarah Anglim at 4 Dec 2015
Christmas is fast approaching and what better way to get into the festive spirit than a short break to one of the many beautiful Christmas Markets, Europe has to offer. Originating around the time of the Middles Ages, Christmas markets give you the chance not only to experience the history of the city but to take in some of the magic of Christmas.
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By Sarah Anglim at 24 Nov 2015
I Love meet and greet is very keen to minimise the impact on our environment and is an enthusiastic supporter of many environmental campaigns. We strongly believe that we all hold a responsibility to look after and care for our planet and as part of our ongoing environmental programme; we have supported many sustainable projects.
Back in May we supported the Great British Bee …!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 6 Nov 2015
If you are thinking about travelling abroad this Halloween, you might be surprised to find that for other countries the end of October isn’t all about trick-or-treating and pumpkin carving. For many countries Halloween, in its varied forms, is a day where the spirits of the dead can connect with the living.
Halloween as we know it in the UK is believed to originate from Irelan…!--more-->
By Sarah Anglim at 27 Oct 2015