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Poll: Where will your next holiday take you?

13:34 23 January 2013

Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park

Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park

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AS January draws to a close and the next pay cheque looms, families are beginning to think about their holidays.

Will you be booking a last minute ski break, or a family break somewhere hot this summer?

Vote in our online poll or leave a comment and tell us where you are going.

For holiday ideas, see our travel review section - follow the link top right.

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  • I would like to do a 'fly-drive' in the USA !, if any gorgeous woman likes that idea get in touch ! (Julia Bradbury) look alikes most welcome to apply !

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