Akshay Kumar goes on family holiday Post the success of his film, the 46-year-old action star said that he would now make all efforts to make his family happy. “Well my real ‘Holiday’ has now truly begun, I’m walking the streets of NYC with my wife and kids in absolute bliss but I’ll never be off duty as it’s all about my family’s happiness now,” Akshay posted on Twitter. The actor would be seen next in ‘It’s Entertainment’, a film which revolves around a dog. The movie is expected to hit theatres on August 8. “So enough of my solo selfies, for the next month it’s all about a ‘Man’s Best Friend’ #ItsEntertainment all the way. Hope you enjoy my puppy pics, can’t tell you how much I miss this Dog!,” Akshay tweeted along with a picture of the dog. (JPN/Agencies)
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TWO MILLION Brits go back to the same holiday resort year after year | Mail Online
Over an eighth cited the resort being family friendly for their return. New experience?: No thanks. The majority of British tourists know what they like and want that on holiday My spot: An eighth of British holidaymakers will even sit in the same place Overall two in five enjoy revisiting the same place because they know what to expect, while a fifth said they do not feel the need to try somewhere new as they know they like this particular location. One in five said they would feel happy returning to the same place every year. But LV= travel insurance, who commissioned the poll, found familiarity stops a third taking out insurance because they feel they know what to expect.
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Holiday bookings up 35% in Spain amid budding recovery
A glance at the ranking of foreign visitor arrivals shows that Britons will flight en masse to the Spanish Costas yet another summer. Italians and French visitors trail behind, the figures show. The most popular holiday resorts mentioned by foreign visitors include Ibiza, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. Resorts in the Spanish Costas and the Balearics are ranked as most popular holiday retreats “Bookings by international visitors to Spain have jumped 20% relative to 2013, and that is, for all intents and purposes, an encouraging figure. All the more so because tourism is the driving force of the Spanish economy”, said the exec. Regarding length of stay, a quarter (25%) of all bookings are for week-long stays, whilst no fewer than 15% of all international visitors will stay for two weeks or more in the sun-drenched country. Short breaks from three to five days account for 20% of all reservations.
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