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Not too hot holiday destinations?

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This is a general sort of question which is quite popular but I have scanned through various threads and would prefer a more personal reply back.

Myself and my dad like quite a warm holiday relaxing around by the pool, but my mum and brother can't quite deal with really warm temperatures. We've been to Tenerife and Spain in the last two years which was really quite warm and seeing as our family like to go and sight see for at least 3 of the days we're there, the temperatures were just too hot to have a look at the amazing sights of the cities.

My mum would like a holiday where the temperatures are around 20/22 degrees celsius while me and my dad would like around 24 degrees so it isn't too hot for my mum. Places like Spain, Greece and Italy are 'out of the question' as my mum thinks they are too hot, but if there are any nice places with easy transport links, nice atmosphere and good hotels that stick to temps between 22 and 24, then that should be fine.

Also, we would like quite a cheap holiday cause we would love to visit Florida/America in 2015. France is a nice destination as we have been a few times, so I wouldn't mind visiting there again, but it needs to be suitable for a 13 year old and 17 year old, so not too young children orientated, though we do love good evening entertainment.

Any suggestions would be great and sorry that our family is quite picky but we would like a cheap holiday that can fit our needs. :)

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