Hi, I am doing grammar exercises, and there is one which caused some difficulty to me. Married couples with children often rent cottages by the seaside for (?) summer holidays. The men hire boats and go for trips along the coast; the children spend the day on the beach and the poor mothers spend most of the time doing the cooking and cleaning. A. -; B. the. I am supposed choose A or B in this exercise. I think that A fits, because "summer holidays" carries a generic sense, but B should also fit, because these holidays reference to the holidays of the married couples. Which option do you think fits best?