Yorba Linda Holiday: Meet The Presidents

Which actually seems rather shorter than we would have guessed — same for you? Yes. But driving to Yorba Linda from Los Angeles takes a fraction of that time, as you definitely know, and the spirit of Rushmore can be found there as well. For come Presidents' Day , which falls onMonday,Feb. 17 in 2014, all four Commanders in Chiefs depicted on the famous mountain shall call upon the Nixon Presidential Library , to meet fans and pose for pictures and celebrate their national holiday. FREEDAYATTHELIBRARY:Beyond walking into the Yorba Linda library and seeing the quartet of leaders in their traditional historic dress, all standing together — quite the stirring sight — the first hundred guests that day will get a slice of free cherry pie. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.nbclosangeles.com/blogs/worth-the-drive/Yorba-Linda-Holiday-Meet-the-Presidents-244713551.html

British holiday rentals affected by floods: your rights

Firstly, there is the condition of the property itself and to what extent it has been damaged. Nick Trend, Telegraph Travel's consumer editor, said: The owner of the property is responsible for providing you with safe, clean accommodation and it should be as described to you when you booked. If you arrive and find that the property is flood-damaged, then you may have grounds to ask for compensation or a refund. But, as Nick points out, that depends on how much damage there is. "A soggy lawn, for example, would be unlikely to be able to make much of a case for redress, but if the ground floor carpets were dripping wet, then you would be entitled to ask for a full refund. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10630315/British-holiday-rental-cottages-affected-by-floods-your-rights.html

Pair win £13k after holiday sickness in Turkey

When we asked reception for a pharmacy they said they hadnt heard of any other guests being unwell. I just thought we were unlucky. Then I came home and saw Watchdog saying theyd had a lot of problems. I phoned up and I was told there were hundreds of other cases. Id never had an upset stomach in my life until that holiday and Ive never been right since. Even after the money, I wish Id never gone. Although their children did not fall ill, Mr Ferguson, a 42-year-old taxi driver, and his wife last week received cheques of 6400 each. Wed saved up for it for quite a while, wed been to Turkey before and we thought it would be brilliant for the kids, Mrs Ferguson added. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/pair-win-13k-after-holiday-sickness-in-turkey-1-3301768

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