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.
According to the Telegraph short breaks make people happier than one long holiday, and with two bank holidays in the month of May, it is the ideal opportunity to take advantage of the longer weekends and plan a quick trip abroad. We thought we would take a look at a selection of European city breaks ideal for the forthcoming bank holidays.
At I Love Meet and Greet, after years of conversations with our customers about their holidays, we’ve heard all the arguments about whether it’s better to go all inclusive or stick to self-catering. When booking a holiday, most people are faced with the dilemma of trying to figure out which board type is going to be most cost-effective and at the same time enjoyable. We’ve done some research which we hope will come in handy to our customers in the future…
At I Love Meet and Greet we have just recently launched our new loyalty scheme, the ‘Airport Parking Club’. After seeing many high street brands successfully introduce loyalty rewards, we felt it was time that we showed our customers just how much we care by giving them something back!
Yesterday the Queen officially opened Heathrow’s Terminal 2. So after 180 trials and £2.5bn later, the first champagne corks have been officially popped at the new terminal 2 at Heathrow Airport.
St Augustine once said: “The world is a book. Those who do not travel read only one page.” Whether you agree with that statement or not, the fact is that people are beginning to travel more and more and at I Love Meet and Greet we want to know why…
Archaeological ruins and ancient texts reveal that handshaking was practised in ancient Greece as far back as the 5th century BC. At I Love meet and greet, we may not have been around to witness the invention of the handshake, but we have however participated in our fair share of hand shaking over the years.
In modern day society uniforms define so many things, from a businesses’ reputation, to a person’s religious beliefs. At I Love Meet and Greet we know uniform plays a vital role in building trust with customers and identifying workers as individuals who are associated with a company and its services.
The word airport conjures up many different connotations depending on the person. Some people will categorically not let themselves start enjoying their holiday until the dreaded ‘airport bit is out of the way’ while others love the whole experience.
Sometimes it seems like we Brits love nothing more than a good natter about the weather – which is just as well, as there’s certainly been a lot of it about lately! Libby Greenhalgh, professional Meteorologist, talks weather and her role with the British Sailing Team…
If you’re anything like us, it’s likely be A LOT – but it’s important to make sure you’re aware of exactly what you’re paying for before you type in your credit card details.
Here at I Love meet and greet, we’re well aware of the importance of providing a first-class experience to our customers, which is why the majority of reviews for our airport valet parking service are overwhelmingly positive.
The holiday season is in full swing – which means most travellers begin to rely on an assortment of people to ensure their trip runs as smoothly as possible.
Holidaymakers will put their faith in a house-sitter, pet-sitter and a valet parking firm to look after their most valuable possessions for the time they’re out of the country, while the roles of travel agents, airlines and hotel staff are as important as ever.
A South Carolina policeman has left road users rubbing their eyes in disbelief when he takes to his local streets – in a converted aeroplane.
Jeff Bloch, 40, created his unlikely mishmash of transport, which can reach speeds of up to 90 miles per hour, by joining an abandoned Cessna aircraft with a Toyota van to compete in the 24 Hours of LeMons race in South Carolina.
Since then, the amateur mechanic has kitted out the craft, appropriately named Spirit of LeMons, with headlights, brake lights and indicators, making it legal to drive on the roads.