Valencia, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
Delta Travel is promoting great deals on travel to England for members of their private travel club in the Santa Clarita Valencia area.
According to Joe Dimms, Delta's Travel Coordinator, "England is and always will be a travel destination that is always in demand. And the company is always looking for ways to get the most bang for the buck for members. If visitng England is more affordable, or anywhere for that matter, the company is on the right road to making clients love what we do even more. That's the company philosophy, improve a little more each day."
Because everyone travels a little different, the details can vary too greatly, in that some may want a hotel, some may want a timeshare resort. The best deals are for those who travel within 60 days and take advantage of the Hot Weeks. Though even with hotels, members can receive a price of up to 40% less than they've seen on a website. Members can receive up to 30% off on their car rentals.
To become a member of Delta Travel, one must attend a sales presentation at their local office located in the industrial center in Valencia, near Magic Mountain Theme Park.
In regards to London, there's no bad time to go. London at Christmas is a sparkling winter wonderland. In November, one can see the fireworks on Guy Fawkes Day. The Tower, Westminister Abbey, the British Museums and Regents Park are open year-round. Consider one's appetite for crowds, budget and tolerance for rain and wet weather when deciding the best time of year to go to London. Consider visiting more than once. No matter how many times one goes, there's always something interesting to see.
Many travelers believe, and most travel books say, that summer is the best time to travel to London. From May through September in London, the weather is almost always warm and dry, all the attractions are open for the maximum number of hours, and all the hotels and self-catering accommodations are accepting guests. Many experienced travelers will only go to London in spring or fall. If you ask people who live in England when you should go, they will also recommend these times.
Flight prices are much lower, hotels and self-catering accommodations cost far less, and the crowds at every attraction are smaller. One won't see every attraction because many close in the cold months. One will also find the temperatures colder and the weather wetter than might be ideal.
But London is romantic in the rain, and the extensive public transportation system makes moving around in London fairly easy no matter what the weather is like. Having more time in London because one is spending less almost makes up for whatever climate-related hardships one endures.
Delta doesn't book travel for the public so one must become a member to be able to reserve their travel at cost.