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  • Save money by turning work into a holiday
  • Save money by turning work into a holiday
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Save money by turning work into a holiday

If you’ve ever stuck around to do some sightseeing in a city you’ve traveled to for work, you've partaken in "bleisure" travel. Merging business and pleasure is increasingly popular, saving people a considerable amount of money. But who really wants to work on holiday?

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