St Patricks

Mini Guide to St Patricks Day in Ireland

Are you one of the lucky few who will be in Ireland when St Patrick’s Day is upon us? If so, you’re in for an amazing time especially if you join in with the Irish craic. To help you get the most out of your stay in Ireland during St Patrick’s Day, the team at Door2Tour.com coach breaks have come up with this mini guide to ensure that you don’t miss anything… Who is St Patrick? • He is the patron saint for Ireland. • For 30 years of his life, St Patrick brought hope to Ireland by establishing churches […]

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My Trip Aboard HMS Illustrious

As soon as we heard that our Guest Blogger, Katie Shea, was going to board the HMS Illustrious last weekend, the team here at Door2Tour saw an opportunity and gave her the task of writing about her day out so that we could post her adventures here on our Blog. This is what she got up to during her day… When I heard that HMS Illustrious was docked in London last week and open for visitors to commemorate the 70 year anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic, I knew immediately that I wanted to go aboard. Early on Saturday […]

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Brighton Deckchair

Our pick of the best of British

To coincide with last night’s BRIT Awards, the Door2Tour escorted tours team thought we’d have a little fun of our own and have come up with a hypothetical list of places in Great Britain that we would issue an award to. We have come up with a few fun award categories, chosen our winner and given reasons as to why we felt they should get the award and in some cases a fun fact! To find out who our fun awards will go to, take a look at this… Sunniest place in the UK: Eastbourne – The popular seaside town […]

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Gondola

Top 5 Cities For Romance

We hope you haven’t forgotten but for those of you that have, here’s a friendly reminder from the team at Door2Tour coach tours that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner (14 Feb 2013). No doubt quite a few of you will be opting for flowers & chocolates as gifts followed by a meal out or takeaway at home. You could always push the boat out a little further with a fabulous romantic city break and we have come up with a mini guide of those cities you should visit if you’re seeking romance or perhaps wish to drop to […]

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Olympia

A Review Of The London International Horse Show

One of our most popular Door2Tour coach trips just happens to be to the International Horse Show at London’s Olympia so we arranged for our guest blogger, Nicole Broster, to pay a visit to this amazing event and let you know what she thought of it. By all accounts it appears that she had an awesome time there and would recommend it to everyone whether you’re an equestrian fan or not – there’s something to suit all tastes and entertainment for the whole family. To find out what happened, you’ll need to read on… So this year, after managing to […]

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Winter Wonderland

Walking in a Winter Wonderland

Last week, I had the pleasure on behalf of Door2Tour coach breaks, to visit the fabulous Winter Wonderland held in London’s Hyde Park. It was such a wonderful day out that I really wanted to share my experiences with you all and to say that if you have not had the chance to visit, you should as it certainly gets you into the spirit of Christmas. Find out what I thought here… On a freezing cold Thursday morning, my sister and I headed up to London on what was a pre-Christmas gift from me to her. Arriving in London, we […]

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Car Rental Insurance – Don’t Get Caught Out

Hiring a car when you go on holiday is a great feeling. Cruising down different roads, wind blowing your hair, sunglasses on even when it’s dark (that last one might just be me). On the off chance that something should happen while in a rental car, it pays to be clued up on how to go about dealing with the hire car insurance you have. The trouble is, it’s very easy to end up paying out a lot more than you first thought, even with this cover in place. Excessive excesses This is one of the most common pitfalls when […]

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