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From Newcastle: Poland 3 night City Break 8-11th December £51.99pp £103.99

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There are a few sub £10pp return flights from Newcastle to Poland (Wroclaw) which I've used to put to together this cheap city break 8-11th December. Whilst Wroclaw may not be your first choice in
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Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.

There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.

Hi,
If this is such a great love story ;) than I will give another piece of advice :)
From Newcastle the cheapest way is to travel via Dublin (still not that cheap). Unless you don't have to travel from Newcastle, you may try as well departure from Liverpool (direct flight with Ryanair) and the cheapest flight would be from Birmingham, but I'm aware it can be too far... However there is Megabus and some trains connection available...
Ps. From Poznan to Sroda you have a local train (35min). If you'd need further help feel free to ask :)
I'm sure you will have a great time :)
I've stayed in Wroclaw and headed on to Krakow after, great trip i'd really recommend both cities.
Fantastic food and visited some awesome bars!
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
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Long weekend in Prague, 3 nights for £83.78pp (total £167.56) including flights, 3* hotel and breakfast @ Amoma

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Prague from Luton on 28th October returning 31st October. You will be staying for 3 nights in lovely 3* Hotel Gloria which has great reviews (4/5 on Tripad…
BlueSkies Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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Promo code AMO1807 no longer valid :(
Does this deal date from the 27th, where they had 20% off all wizzair flights?
gidsterc
Agreed. Prague is a beautiful city - I honeymooned there. There is so much of historical value, and some beautiful streets and sights. The underground restaurants and beer cellars are great value too.


Isn't it lovely, I'm going back next week I can't wait! The underground restaurants are fab, we went one 4 years ago and I'm trying desperately to find it again online but having no luck! :(
Agreed. Prague is a beautiful city - I honeymooned there. There is so much of historical value, and some beautiful streets and sights. The underground restaurants and beer cellars are great value too.
BlueSkies
I have mentioned this in the post, also it is £12.50 per large cabin baggage now not £9 :(
Thanks. I've deleted the post.
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2 nights in Copenhagen for £62.98pp including flights and hotel! (£125.96 total) @ amoma

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This price is based on 2 people travelling from London Luton on 22nd February 2016 and returning 24th February 2016 and staying in Hotel Nebo. Copenhagen is a beautiful city with plenty to see and
BlueSkies Avatar1y, 4w agoFound 1 year, 4 weeks ago80 Comments
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crum666
reakt
Cheap but just a warning that this hotel is in the red-light district. Which is not the nicest of areas. Hence the price.
Pay a bit extra for a hotel in a nicer area - that's my advice. Square Hotel, near the town hall is my favourite. Used to be a fairly reasonable price but I haven't stayed there in years. Anyway, there's tonnes of other hotels in Copenhagen - away from Istegade.
It's not quite a RLD liike you would get in Amsterdam, just a few sex shops and a strip club. The hotel is grand, I stayed here a few months ago. It is dated but clean and tidy.
It's worse than the redlight district in Amsterdam in that it's all street walkers who will and do approach tourists as opposed to be contained behind windows. Your choice to stay where you like but as I say I would rather pay extra to stay elsewhere.
Shayno
MumSaidNo
I really want to book but I have to attend the Jobcentre twice a week, so I can't go :( Last time I went on holiday they cut me off for non attendance.

Get a holiday form from reception. Aslong as you say you are staying in UK and are still able to look for work, you will still receive JSA. Just find a caravan park address in UK and put that down in address section that's what I done last couple times I been abroad. :p

They want to play games, so can we.


​Why don't you get a real job?
MumSaidNo
I really want to book but I have to attend the Jobcentre twice a week, so I can't go :( Last time I went on holiday they cut me off for non attendance.


​Why don't you get a real job then you won't have to claim "JSA" you useless cretin. Your the reason this country is in decline.
phil4444
wendyak
I think you can spend money or budget wherever you go, but people don't always think and go in the first place they see. Also its hard to decide when you are there and walking around, thats why Tripadvisor was suggested. I went to Venice (twice), spent hardly anything and had a great time, even had a beer at a lovely bar on the beach (my treat) ....it deosn't have to cost the earth to be good but who wants to throw money down the drain ??
even had a beer at a lovely bar, hahahahaha. made me chuckle

Perhaps because I am female and not in the habit of drinking beer but it was so hot and it tasted lush :)
Vanderlust
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Vanderlust
rohitmkiller
Vanderlust
rohitmkiller
That is debatable depending on which laws etc. but if you care that much about said laws, then protest and work in changing those laws as many people do. Especially in this country where people are safe and allowed to protest and lobby
rohitmkiller
That is debatable depending on which laws etc. but if you care that much about said laws, then protest and work in changing those laws as many people do. Especially in this country where people are safe and allowed to protest and lobby
How does one protest against laws restricting protesting? (Which we have been bringing in recently).
Less theoretically, do you know how many protests there are in the UK every year, and what their effectiveness rate is?
How do you square your protestation with lawfulness, when every significant protest that worked in British history had elements of criminality, i.e. Suffragettes, Pole tax protests etc.
And that's before we go into the current meta of how infrastructure is more robust in dealing with quelling protests (see the cuts protest in London for example, which had barely any coverage, except that which focused on a single piece of graffiti, demonising the entire movement).
​They actually had quite a bit of coverage actually. If you check the news correctly you'll find the media actually give good airtime to protest.
In addition to that, there's many websites where you can create petitions which after reaching X amounts of signatures actually force the government to review the matter in parliament.
I'm not sure of what you're referring to or why you think you can't protest in this country? It's probably one of the few countries that can actually and do provide police protection for various marches and protests.
And in terms of the elements of criminality you mention - they were part of a protest not just criminality or fraud as aforementioned benefit fraudsters are doing.
Cuts protests were given a brief spot on the BBC, and focused on the graffiti. Of course if you search now on Google it will look better. However the biggest complaint by protestors as it was happening was the lack of mainstream coverage. Ignorant and contrarian to suggest otherwise.
I have to disagree. There has been considerable coverage of Anti Cuts protests over recent years. Moreover, politicians, representatives of charities and people in general have been given considerable opportunities to voice their opinions on cuts/austerity on all media outlets. I watch/read several News outlets as well as political programmes and rarely a week passes without a platform given to aforementioned who oppose the cuts/austerity programme.
Yes there are outlets (papers in general) that have a bias to one side or the other. But in fact for the recent proposed cuts to Tax Credits, even outlets that are generally to the right have questioned them. The cuts agenda was all over the news this week. This particular protest got coverage on all outlets, but it had to compete with some other big news stories (Tax credit cuts and the situation in Sharm). Nothing nefarious about it, other protests without such high profile competing stories at the time have dominated coverage.
That's neither ignorant or contrarian, it's an informed opinion that simply differs from your own.
Vanderlust

You haven't answered my questions. I'll put them to you again.How does one protest against laws restricting protesting?
How do you square your protestation with lawfulness, when every significant protest that worked in British history had elements of criminality, i.e. Suffragettes, Poll tax protests etc.
I'm talking specifically about one protest. The largest anti-austerity protest in recent history. And no it wasn't covered. Not talking about some vague coverage over protests over a non-specified period of time.
The fact that you guys aren't instantly thinking about the same protest is because it wasn't covered and I've been particular in not naming it to gauge just that very thing.

And recent-history is far less vague then recent years? Once again, you describe coverage as vague where others would say they can't find a media outlet without Anti Austerity covered more extensively then any other story since 2009 (I've given a date to ensure you won't say we're being vague again).

We've had coverage of huge Greek protests, protests in Belgium, protests in Canada, protests in London, Union protests in this country. But of course none of those count do they, lets just concentrate on the one out of many that you feel has been shunned. As I said before, there are other stories aswell, but I can't think of a week in the last 6 years where the anti-austerity agenda (and associated protests) havent been front and centre in the media.