Wednesday, 31 December 2008
Friday, 19 December 2008
I have just received the January 2009 edition of France Magazine and a few days ago the January edition of Italy Magazine also came in the post.
We are sent these as jmlvillas.com and jml-insurance.co.uk advertise in there and if fact have been advertising in those publications for several years now along with Living Spain and other magazines.
Looking through the magazines and seeing the fabulous colour photos you really feel you want to jump on the next flight off to one of those destinations. This can be by the sea, in the country or even a city break.
Despite of the credit crunch worries we at jml villas are still receiving numerous copy email enquiries to advertisers of self catering holiday homes.
People will be watching every penny or cent now as money becomes tighter and one way to spend less is to go self catering, booking direct with the owner and saving on agents costs.
Listed below are a very small selection of enquiries we have recently received.
hello i was just viewing villas for 2009 and i came across yours i was wondering if it was avalible in august 2009 for 2 weeks and how much also does it include flights and transport to the villa and could you give a price on a party of 10 8 adults
hi, your house looks lovely, just wondering if you could let me know about booking for three to four nights over the new year period many thanks andy
Please can you tell us availability and cost for the two weeks 25th July to 8th August. There are 8 of us (2 families of 4). Please can you let us know if there is any other information you think we would need to know.Kind regardsMichelle
Enquiring re price and availability for 3 wk stay starting Sat 4th Jul 2009 for 5 adults. Look forward to hearing from youthank youAlex
Hello, I would be interested in renting your property form 18/07/09 to 25/07/09. Could you please send me all relevant details regarding terms and conditions and booking. Thank you
Is your villa availible for the weeks starting 17th or 24th August 2009? How much?Does the pool have a fence? Thank you.
I am looking for a villa for 10days from the 4th June 2009 until 13th june 2009 for 8 adults 1 child and 2 infants please can you tell me if you can give me a quote for this thank you
Hi there, I was wondering if this cottage is available for the week over new years and if so, how much would it cost? Thanks Jon
Please could you advise whether the villa is available for one week, commencing 27th December 2008. Many thanks
I am looking at renting you 3 bedroom house from the 13th december for three weeks. I will be for myself and two sons ages 17 and 20. Please forward me your price list and availability. many thanks Susie
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Have you availability in August 2009 please? Many thanks and look forward to hearing back from you and if so, what is the rate (we are looking for 2 weeks).
I am interested in your property for 14 people from the 10th june 2009 for 7 nights. Could you please tell me your price for this stay. Thanks
I was wondering how much it would cost to rent your villa for 2 weeks in July 2009? It would be after 18th July. There would be four people. Thank you
I would like to enquire to see if the property is available towards the end of February for a 10 night stay. There are four of us coming over for a relaxing time,no exact dates yet. we would be looking at a max of £400 for the 10 days, Many Thanks Beckie
Hello, was enquiring how much this apartment would cost for 10days around the end of june? and is theres much difference between the price for 2 weeks?many thanks Emily
Hi,I have just found your villa on the JML website an wondered if you had availability from the 28th March 2009 for 2 weeks. We have a little flexibility (subject to flights) but need to be back in the UK by the 19th April at the latest. Cheryl
Could you please advise of cost and availability for the first two weeks in August 2009 jayne
Hi, Is your apartment available from the 2nd of August 2009 until the 16th of August 2009. thanks
Could you tell me if the Villa is available for 31 July 09 to 14 August 09 and the price for these two weeks. Could you please confirm the location to Pernera and if the Villa is in a quiet location. Slight flexibility can arrive 1 or 2 August. Thank
hello, we are searching a nice sea view appartment for the time 01.08.2009-15.08.2009 for two adults and a 5years old child. please contact us, if its possible to rent the rooms. thank you ingo
It is the time of year to plan your 2009 vacation and if you are a holiday home owner, why not advertise your property on jmlvillas.com.
Do you know it only costs £11.75 a year including VAT! It is really a very low price and on the 19th December 08 exchange rate that is approximately $17.58 or €12.59. What can you buy for that drinks in a pub or cafe for maybe 3 or 4 people!!
We look forward to receving you holiday enquiries and listing those holiday rentals.
We have been around since 2002 and our brands jmlvillas.com , euro-rentavilla.com and euro-rentals.com receive numerous daily visits.
Tuesday, 2 December 2008
From a geographical point of view it is divided into four zones: - The Coastal area - Atlantic and Mediterranean - The plains with the great cities. The Rif and Atlas Mountains and the Sahara - desert and oasis.
Casablanca: Is the Principal city of Morocco. Although not the Capital (See Rabat below) with a population of over 5 million, it is close to the Aeroport Mohammed V. It is a large port city, larger than Marseilles in France - It was modeled in this port under French colonial rule. The city has the Mosquee Hassan II, built with a glass floor on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean. The minaret is the tallest in the world - 200 hundred meters high. The roof also opens and shuts.
The city has the interesting Old Medina dating from the late 19th century. Casablanca is well known for the famous 1940's film with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. As the second world war was on - it was actually filmed in Hollywood. The Hotel Hyatt Regency located on the Place des Nations has a bar decorated from this film. Nearer the port and the docks Mosquee Hassan II you can find "Rick's bar" There is plenty to do and see here for 3/4 days.
Rabat: The Capital city -Since independence in 1956 is a lot smaller than Casablanca. The lively area is the Medina with many good value places to eat and this borders onto the beach. Points of interest are the Hassan Mosque, Mohammed V Mausoleum, The Kasbah des Oudaisas and the Citadel of Chellah.
Tangier / Tanja / Tanger:Is an international city located on the Atlantic/Mediterranean border that up to independence in 1956 had a special status as an "International zone". There is an international airport at Ibn Batouta and the main attractions are Place de France, The Grand Socco, The Medina, The Kasbah and the Dar el Makhzen.
Fes: Is the oldest of the Imperial Capitals. It is also a complete medieval city in the Arab world. There is an airport 15 km away at Sais. Sights to see: Fes el Bali, Medina, Ville Nouvelle, Merenid tombs and The Bou Inania.
Meknes:It is a sprawling prosperous provincial city situated south west of Fes. What to see:- The Imperial City, Bab Mansour, The Rouah and The Medina and the Souks (markets like in many Moroccan towns)
Marrakesh / Marrakech: Was called "Morocco City" by early travelers. It is Morocco's second largest city after Casablanca. A visitor there will immediately see the difference in wealth and people living on a day to day existence. The Djemaa el Fna is described as the most wonderful city square in the world. It is an open air circus with snake charmers, acrobats, musicians and very inexpensive restaurants that are wheeled out from a storage yard at night
Essaouira: Is a traditional fishing town west of Marrakech on the Atlantic coast. It is considered fashionable with foreign holiday home buyers.
Travel: The railway network that is run by ONCF is mostly in the north. A good service that is not expensive to travel on and even first class travel does not cost a lot. There is a motorway /autoroute along the north west coast (south of Casablanca to Tangier and to Fes.
Taxis are a feature of the country. The "Grand" taxi operate on a wide selection of routes - normally a Mercedes that came from the 1970s / 1980's - don't expect to find seat belts!. These carry up to 6 passengers and it is often normal to share the taxi. Each town or city will have its "Petit Taxi" a much smaller (and nearly as old Peugeot 205 / Fiat Uno) and there will be a different colour for each town. - Red in Casablanca - blue in Rabat - yellowish brown in Marrakesh etc. These are very econominical for traveling around in. Finally there are the buses - they are slightly cheaper than the Grand Taxi.
Riads - houses built around a patio garden. They are like a guest house although many are being transformed into houses to rent out to tourists. The interest in this type of property took off in Marrakesh where many a fine example can be found, some now just offering food.