Feb 25th Long Weekend...Suggestions?

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Feb 25th Long Weekend...Suggestions?

Postby Ovechkin » 03 Feb 2012, 23:53

Are there any countries nearby to check out during this long weekend that isnt gonna cost an arm and a leg? every place i looked up seemed to be much more expensive due to the long weekend. any help would be great!
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Re: Feb 25th Long Weekend...Suggestions?

Postby asiatravelcafe » 07 Apr 2012, 09:35

What exactly that you looking for in a trip?Are you more into the adventurous kind of people or you looking for a secluded getaway for more relaxing type of vacation. Either way, you also need to testify your budgets so that it would suit your needs for a moderate packages. That's a few tips hopes that helps you a lot!
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