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And so lawyers and claims-management firms moved to target their services at holidaymakers.
The film depicts tourists relaxing before gunmen attack the hotel, and then shows the holidaymakers and hotel staff trying to escape.
The pinch was felt immediately by British holidaymakers who will have suffered sticker shock upon buying an ouzo on the beach.
The pinch was felt immediately by British holidaymakers, many of whom will have done a double take upon seeing their credit card statements on their return home.
Holidaymakers and business folk also need to be minded of the fact that they could still be stung by other mobile charges when travelling to the EU.
Her exploitation is laid bare when a tour guide arrives at the witch camp with gawping holidaymakers in tow.
Figures on Friday showed foreign holidaymakers made 2.73 million visits to the U.K. in the first quarter, 18 percent more than in the same period last year, whereas the number of British vacationers going abroad rose just 1 percent.
It is also hoped that by attracting holidaymakers to new areas, the country could reduce the strain on tourist hotspots like Venice, which is swamped during peak season.
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