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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all at Coachholidays.com! Take a look at our opening times over the festive period

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Fat Tuesday by Coach

Mardi Gras 2014

Are you aware that this feast has religious origins and takes place on the eve of Ash Wednesday? It also signifies the beginning of the Lenten Season. Fat Tuesday is also know by many other names like Shrovetide Tuesday, Pancake Tuesday, Pancake Day, Shrove Tuesday, Mardi Gras and more. Fat Tuesday also marks the close […]

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Pancakes

Frying pans at the ready…

It’s Shrove Tuesday! First you need some of this: Then you do this:   And if you do it correctly, you’ll get …   But in the true spirit of Pancake Tuesday, we at Coachholidays.com, like these best!   Coachholidays apologise if you’re on a diet or averse to sweet, scrumptious and hearty treats, but […]

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Early Bird Offers on Leger Holidays’ 2013 – 2014 Festive Breaks!

We’ve got some Fantastic news from Leger Holidays! They have organised some amazing yuletide holidays from their Christmas, New Year and Christmas Markets brochures. That’s not all though, if you book before Sunday 30th of June 2013, you’ll save money on seventy -five per cent (75%) of their tours. But wait; there is even more […]

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Single Room at Christmas?

Looking for a single room for Christmas? Grand UK Holidays have a fantastic selection of Christmas breaks across England to give you that well deserved stress-free Christmas getaway in the company of fellow like-minded single travellers to make this years festivities extra special. Christmas is a time for reflection, relaxation and to enjoy the company […]

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“O Come All Ye Faithful” – to the Christmas Markets

Christmas is not far off…to abridge the waiting many cities offer beautiful markets during Advent season. The tradition of having Christmas markets stems back to 14th century Austria. Back then the citizens used the markets to stock themselves up on groceries for the winter. Nowadays, as the need to stock up on food has vanished, […]

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