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Tuesday is the Day When Workers Daydream About Their Next Holiday

by Kathy Jones on September 10, 2010 at 9:38 PM
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 Tuesday is the Day When Workers Daydream About Their Next Holiday

New research indicates that Tuesdays seem to be the favourite day amongst office goers for daydreaming about their next holiday.

Research by booking website Hotels.com revealed that online holiday searches peak at 9pm that day as we struggle with the start of the working week.

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Even 1pm to 4 pm is a busy time as some can't wait till they don't get home.

"On Tuesdays we haven't quite reached the middle of the working week so our need to escape reality is heightened," The Daily Express quoted Alison Couper of Hotels.com as saying.

"Browsing holidays is one way to transport ourselves from normality to stunning locations around the world and, even if only window-shopping, checking out locations helps the next time you get away," she added.

Source: ANI
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