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Genius Week 10% off @ Booking.com

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Not sure if I have placed this in the right area, Just checked on my account on Booking.com and it says it is Genius Week and can receive 10%, I had booked a hotel 2 nights ago and seen it for £50
SteSmith93 Avatar4d, 1h agoFound 4 days, 1 hour ago1 Comment
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Might wanna say what retailer etc if you want people to vote...
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(£342pp) 17. - 24.6. Sao Miguel (Azores) holiday from London Stansted, inc. return flights, hotel and car hire - (see links below) £684.00 per couple

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Ryanair direct return £130 pp(£260 p couple) https://www.skyscanner.net/transport/flights/lond/pdl/170617/170624/airfares-from-london-to-ponta-delgada-in-june-2017.html?adults=1&children=0&adultsv2=1…
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I see a little silhouetto of a man, Magaluf, Magaluf will you do the Fandango? Thunderbolt and lightning, very very frightening !
rodman
Any better then Madeira?
similar but smaller scale... the advantage is to have lovely several islands within azores to vistit
Magalooof baby ! Azores is far too exotic ;)
Any better then Madeira?
beautiful place..have some heat as for some ppl magaluf is better :)
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Carcassonne, France break for two from Manchester (14 - 18.11) £243.40 including return flights, hotel and car hire booking.com

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Ryanair return flight from Manchester £39.96(no payment fees incl.) ryanair.com http://www.tourism-carcassonne.co.uk/discover/unesco-world-heritage-sites Logis Hôtel l'Etoile double room £130
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how do we get this deal? links just go to hotel
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thanks for the help
there are 3 links in description, one of them for car hire, one for hotel and ryanair.com for flights bookinf, If you can not see them, we can not help you, ...
Tempted to fly out just to play Carcassonne there
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how do we get this deal? links just go to hotel
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thanks for the help
Carcassonne... nice castle if you like castles, but overpriced cafes and restaurants and rats. stayed in a 4 star rental last Summer for 2 days which had open balcony with rats running up and down the drainpipes, ah sweet memories
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how do we get this deal? links just go to hotel
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3 Days Stay in Gdansk (Poland) incl. Ryanair Fly for 4 Person- £63.03 per Person

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4 Persons , 3 Days Stay In Gdansk (Poland) incl. Ryanair Fly - £63.03 per Person. Fly from Stansted 10/11/16 , return 13/11/16. http://www.booking.com/searchresults.en-gb.html?label=gen173nr-1DCAEo…
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Really nice city. It can rain a lot though.
Gdansk is a wonderful place - hot!
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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15pp including flights, ferry and hotels @ booking.com

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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15 each including flights, ferry and hotels. This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Milan from London Stansted on
BlueSkies Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago16 Comments
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Any similar type combination for 7 days in November?
Well done for your effort!
You are amazing. ;)
I would skip Reggio Calabria and stay more in sicily. But very good trip for the price.
LOL
Who wants to fly same as you?
I can not be off too from 6th October till 19th October
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From Birmingham: India Trip, Golden Triangle & Ganges £531.74pp @ booking.com £1,063.49

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If you've ever fancied India then check out this amazing trip that sees you visit the Golden Triangle and also the Ganges. This trip is in March at the time of the Holi festival. There is a lot of che…
rachelandgromit Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago66 Comments
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hot deal... but does this include the cost of the visa?
ladiesman589
Just got back India and did the Golden Triangle.
absolutely amazing place. Beautiful forts and buildings and so much history.
Before we went we heard many horror stories. we took the Delhi Subway as well and didn't have no issues. Obviously, make sure you keep your valuables close and be alert at all times but that's just the same as any place in the UK.
loved the place, the people and the food. Be careful where you eat though as you can easily get the runs from Street food but I guess that's where the fun is!
It won't be everyone's cup of tea but if you like sightseeing, travelling and different cultures then you will love India.

its good to hear experiences like this......I went back to delhi last oct on a business trip (had not been back for over 10 years) and the city has that western feel to it now...the metro makes travelling around safe, cheap and a lot quicker than jumping into a tutt tutt.. went down to see the Taj at again, well worth the trip. we paid about £140 for a driver/car/local guide for the whole weekend which was cheap as chips (hotels extra)

Also been to Mumbai/Bangalore on other business trips with no safety issues as well...I can highly recommend india to everyone for a holiday.

Edited By: mickgoodie on Sep 29, 2016 15:10
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxUKtROdTjc

Watch this in full !! Hope it helps understand India better...



Edited By: adi0604 on Sep 28, 2016 12:31
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Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!
I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!

Ooh you can give me some tips on food in Cambodia and Vietnam for my Christmas trip.
Mentos
Besford
Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!

I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!



Edited By: Besford on Sep 25, 2016 18:36: typo
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From London: Bargain break to Latvia and Tallinn £78.22pp - £156.44 @ Expedia/Booking.com

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This is right up my street and if I had any leave left I'd be booking it. A lovely break to Riga and Tallinn. Arriving into Riga early morning on 9th February you will stay at the 4* Rockwell Gertr…
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I stayed at the Rixwell Gertrude hotel back in April. It is about a 15-20 minute walk from the centre of town. The hotel was nice and the food pretty good.
The staff went out of their way to assist, so I would recommend this.
ruthbear
Thanks have just booked this.

Let me know how you get on. It's one I certainly want to do myself.
Thanks have just booked this.
Both lovely destinations and well worth visiting
sharkalos
I live in Tallinn. Come visit it's great :)

Enjoy your -20 :p
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2 night weekend break to Dublin for £68.98pp *perfect for Xmas doo* including flights and hotel @ booking.com

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Still struggling to find your perfect work Christmas doo?! Why not jet off for the weekend over to Ireland and do something a little different! This deal is based on 5 adults flying out to Dublin f…
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1 Room 5 adults, really? not for me thanks.


​depends who the other four are ;)
its72
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.


Only on Fri and Sat nights. And the fare is €6.50!
Temple Bar is a tourist trap - there are plenty of other locations around the city with good pubs/restaurants etc.
The Church is one of my favourites: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g186605-d792839-Reviews-The_Church-Dublin_County_Dublin.html
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.
Accommodation is quite expensive in Dublin but I would want to stay 5 to a room to make a saving.

I've stayed at Egan's House and it's a decent place to stay. Easy to get to the city centre but the busses stop ridiculously early for a Capital City.
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From Birmingham: 8 night Twin Centre Balearic Holiday April/May 2017 £198.24pp @ booking.com £396.48

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This is a lovely Spanish break which explores two of the Balearic islands, Majorca and Menorca. The dates are from 30th April until the 8th May and you will have 4 nights on each island. 30th Ap…
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How much more for all insclusive
You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
Can you get me the best deal as im not good at doing stuff like this. Thanks. Would be much appreciated

You just need to go on a search engine like alpharooms or travelrepublic and search for a hotel for each of these places for all inclusive for the dates you want. Sorry but I'm not a paid travel agent. If I put together individual deals for everyone that messaged me I'd have to replace my full time job! Alternatively, you can print this off and perhaps ask a local travel agent to find a package for you.
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5reds
How much more for all insclusive
You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
Can you get me the best deal as im not good at doing stuff like this. Thanks. Would be much appreciated
5reds
How much more for all insclusive

You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
How much more for all insclusive
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From Belfast: Leaving tomorrow (24/08) Last Minute 2 week Menorca holiday based on 2A 2C £439.05pp @ Booking.com £1,756.52

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It's going tomorrow but these flights are a bargain, less than £25pp for return flights to Menorca. Combined with a cheap hotel and transfers and for less than £220pp per week you have a great value b…
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And apart from the megre few quid you save on the flights the rest aint cheap!

Edited By: hearts on Aug 31, 2016 12:02
gidsterc
who's really gonna leave 2moro for 2 weeks?
I guess someone might be tempted if it was maybe half this price...

No idea but you never know. When the flights are less than £25 return from Belfast which is very cheap someone may jump.at the chance of a cheap deal. Unfortunately accommodation is expensive lastminute which bumps the price up, but normally flights from Belfast are significantly more than this.
who's really gonna leave 2moro for 2 weeks?
I guess someone might be tempted if it was maybe half this price...
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6 night trip to Oslo and New York for Valentine's Day for £422.00 each (£844 total) including all flights and hotels @ booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Oslo then onto New York on The Dreamliner from London Stansted on 10th February returning 17th February. The trip is for 6 nights and you will be staying f…
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just got back frm ny. truly awful place.
I went to New York for Valentine's Day last year- there was a great vibe and people getting married in time square etc but the weather almost ruined the trip as it was so so cold. The heavy snow made it really tricky to get around especially as the taxi drivers drive like utter maniacs. I remember one day when we went to the 9/11 memorial which is very near the river edge- the cab driver dropped us across the road from it and we only had to walk for 2 minutes as we were walking I could feel the tears in my eyes as I had never been so cold in my life despite being wrapped up. As for taking hand luggage I don't think there is any chance of this as not only do you need loads of warm clothes but I spent so much time shopping my case went from 14kg on the way out to 24 on the way back!
Middle of winter, freeeeeezing, trip to both Oslo and New York and you suggest hand luggage only....I despair !
good price but New York will be cold then. we went in April this year and it was icy cold then!
Cheers OP, good find and thanks for the effort put in the detail, this is now one for my list 8)
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6 night trip to Barcelona and Ibiza for £164.00pp (total £328) including all flights and hotels @booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Barcelona from Liverpool on 11th October returning 17th October. The trip is for 6 nights and you will be staying for 3 nights in Barcelona and 3 nights in…
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I was there 2 weeks ago. Nice place
spruceyb
etta191
It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.
Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana

spruceyb
etta191
It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.
Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana
Actually Calella is zone 5 on the ROdalies map and the Bonotren is only €0.95 cheaper. For us the integrated t10 is much better value as we always start the day with a visit to the Miro Foundation and at 1h 30min away it is only one journey. For the rest of the travel within the city we did get a separate t10 for zone one only, that's great advice
Thank you for the ice cream suggestion

Edited By: etta191 on Jul 31, 2016 07:00
etta191
BlueSkies
etta191
It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zone and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)
Great advise :D these flights return from Liverpool were actually only £44 and are only £21.99 one way many days in October. I wanted to split the break up into two different holidays in one because these of the sort of trips I love to do myself :D
It's a great deal BlueSkies, apologies as I can see that my post didn't reflect that. I always avoid Ryanair as I fly from London and they use only Girona and Reus which are not as convenient as BCN and with the transfer fees it's often more expensive than easyjet. I love traveling holidays too, but could never have enough of Barcelona plus commuting from Calella on the train (a little over an hour) almost qualifies as travel, even though sometimes I've spend longer on the tube in London :)


It's ok :D Ryanair fly into BCN from both liverpool and Manchester so it's nice and easy for us northerners :D I always come off my holidays needing a holiday :P I've done transferring from Reus and Girona and it is far from Barcelona, I can't believe they even class those airports as part of Barcelona to be honest!
etta191
It's a lot cheaper if you fly with easyjet to BCN and stay in Barcelona or the nearby coastal resorts for the whole stay. There is so much to see in Barcelona and there are plenty of great beaches around too! There are flights for the same week from Liverpool for around £60 and the transfer could be part of the t10 transport ticket you could buy at the airport. I am at the moment in Calella which is quite a distance from Barcelona , zone4 and the t10 cost €34. It's a multi person card so for the two of us it's 5 journeys each. The airport bus (614, 603) alone costs €9.50 single ticket so it's well worth it. Also we managed to get to Montserrat monastery using only one journey each way as you can change transport up to four times within 2hours (there was an extra €10 each for the final leg of the journey, the cable car). I think the t10 card is only €10 for one zone and €20 for two zones and the allowable journey time is 1h 15min for one zone and 15 min extra for each additional zone
Montserrat is mesmerising, we managed to get there around noon which apparently is definitely not recommend due to the crowds, but actually there were hardly any people there and we didn't even have to queue to see the Black Madonna! Also for fans of Joan Miro a single entry ticket is €12 but for an annual pass it's €13 so if you wish you could visit the foundation every day
Lastly (I promise ;) ) on Saturday after 3pm the National art museum if free of charge and on Sunday the same goes for the Picasso museum :)

Personally I'd get a Bonotren ticket for the Rodalies journeys (which works like a t10 but just for the trains) and use the Zone 1 T10 in the city.

Also, for some delicious ice-cream check out Cremeria Toscana
not a bad deal saying that its for early oct......I got a great deal in the BA sale some weeks ago.....5 days, 4 nights in Barcelona, incl flights from heathrow...£808.00 all in for 4 of us!
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From London: 2 nights in Venice on a boat £128.04pp Inc flights, accommodation & transfers £256.09 @ Booking.com

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Fancy a couple of nights in Venice staying on a boat? This is a lovely little deal for quirky accommodation with private bathrooms and the flight times mean you have 3 full days in Venice as your flig…
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Double room with a single bed? :{

It is a double room and also has a single bed.
Double room with a single bed? :{
cold - I'm not from London
Got to be worth a punt!
Cool
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Who needs clothes? Last minute week in Lanzarote on Naturist Resort £210.25pp @ Booking.com £841.00

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Last minute break to Lanzarote for 4 adults in a 2 bedroom apartment; this is a niche, don't worry about luggage as you won't need clothes, it's a highly rated naturist resort. Just remember to pack y…
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£841? They'll want the shirt off your back next!
no checked in or hand luggage needed for this deal......even a better deal!
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How do you control boners?
Only one way..http://thumb1.shutterstock.com/display_pic_with_logo/603946/150375398/stock-photo-portrait-of-serious-doctor-woman-holding-syringe-150375398.jpg
I keep a picture of Maggie Thatcher in my wallet.
Is it this animated gif by chance?http://static.fjcdn.com/gifs/Margaret+thatcher+milk_b6122a_4536232.gif

Its animated ok, you can tell by the way she is blinking that she 's enjoying it, the false nipples that she has on means no matter how rowbust the pets chew they dont come to no harm, I would like to see Tressa May having a go,yes she is tall but she can use that to her advantage, listen guys i am going to stop cos i know some of you are salivating already.
Haha, nah, but I think it will be soon :)
It's held in high regard. It's where all the big nobs hang out apparently.
Seems like a great place to hang out.
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Stay in Manchester centre for £6.00 per couple! July 28th, maybe more?! @ Booking.com

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Happened to be looking for a hotel to stay at for July 28th, noticed this place on booking for £6 per double room! It's rated 8.0 so it sounds like a bargain, obviously can't expect the hotel to be a
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I've stayed here 3 times its a lovely hotel what a bargain!
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Very good deal if you want a hotel in Manchester.
However....
Naralie
insane! I live in manchester but booked anyway :) ty
Surely your home would be a nicer place to stay anyway, if you already live there? :p
Photos don't look too bad at least :)
not after a night out ;) plus, there's a certain atmosphere that comes with staying in a new hotel with the boyfriend!


​Lucky boyfriend
I was considering booking until I saw the comments oO

On that note... Expired - All Sold out.

Nothing much else for £6, nice find though OP.



Edited By: AlwaysTheBest on Jul 10, 2016 01:32: Expired
I hope you are not a screamer - I've just booked the room next door.
Naralie
Firefly1
Very good deal if you want a hotel in Manchester.
However....
Naralie
insane! I live in manchester but booked anyway :) ty
Surely your home would be a nicer place to stay anyway, if you already live there? :p
Photos don't look too bad at least :)
not after a night out ;) plus, there's a certain atmosphere that comes with staying in a new hotel with the boyfriend!

Enjoy your love making.
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3 night long weekend break to Bratislava and Vienna for £91.98pp (total £183.96) including flights and central hotels @ booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Bratislava from Birmingham on 21st January returning 24th January. You will be staying for 2 nights in Bratislava in the lovely central apartment which has…
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Those that want to take in another country (Czech Republic) could try Bratislava - Bruno - Vienna, We did this in 6 days though. Did this trip by coach and travel time was short for each leg. I strongly recommend Dilema Restaurant whilst in Bratislava slightly out of the centre near the Mercure hotel but the mixed grill was amazing.



Would add Olomouc to that list . Where you say ? Exactly , a smaller version of Prague that's virtually unknown to tourists. Even has it's own Astronomical Clock , but unlike the Prague one you can get a selfie with it without anyone getting in the way. Restaurants far cheaper than the capital too. I took the train from Brno ( 1 hour each way ) .
http://tourism.olomouc.eu/welcome/en
Those that want to take in another country (Czech Republic) could try Bratislava - Bruno - Vienna, We did this in 6 days though. Did this trip by coach and travel time was short for each leg. I strongly recommend Dilema Restaurant whilst in Bratislava slightly out of the centre near the Mercure hotel but the mixed grill was amazing.
Massive price differences between Vienna and Bratislava for food and drink.
We did this trip earlier this year. Loved both places, but actually preferred Bratislava. Really enjoy the ambience of eastern European capitals, whereas Vienna felt very western European.
Both ars beautiful cities in their own right.
Several years ago I done lots of European city breaks to watch footy games, mostly in the days when you had to stay on a Saturday night, so trips were 3-6 nights due to cup games being midweek, and I found the longer trips better for getting around.
Whilst I stayed mostly in Vienna, many fans stayed in Bratislava due to the huge price difference, and all of us had a great time, but several people went by train to Prague, as we'd been there a few months before and knew where to go, and how cheap it was - does that still seem like a good option these days, as I believe many cities have been 'destroyed' due to hoards of stag/hen parties ?
I remember the train journey having fantastic scenery, and also the obvious differences between towns either side of the border made for an interesting trip.
I know it's not always possible to take a week off work or something, but I found that it took a few days to look around and find some decent cafes/bars, where it might be possible to chat to some locals and get an insiders view of the place, as well as some tips on alternative things to do.
OpineDevine
There is a boat that sails up the Danube from Bratislava to Vienna, it does take longer but it is a great journey with cliff top castles over looking the river, pretty towns on the banks and open feeling of freedom on the open back bit of the boat.


That sounds amazing, I'll have to do this next time :P
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From Newcastle:Grab your mates, week in Marbella for 6 people/3 bedroom sea view apartment £141.83PP @ booking.com £851.00

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Grab your mates for a great value group holiday to Marbella from Newcastle for a week. This is in a great rated apartment, the Banana Beach which is a three bedroom (4 singles and 1 double) apartment
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From London: August School Holidays 11-18th August, Seville Beach Holiday, Flights, Apartment & Car Hire £289.3309 £1,157.33

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For those after a school holiday break a little different then this is worth considering. Here is a lovely week in Seville near the the beach area of Andaludia from 11-18th August. The apartment looks…
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Seville in August!! Forget it. Its not called the frying pan of Spain for no reason. Try and find a parking spot for your car in Cadiz is like the proverbial needle in a haystack. Otherwise a lovely holiday.

I guess you could say that about alot of places in August, Majorca, Menorca for example. Its peak school holidays so it will be busy everywhere.
Seville in August!! Forget it. Its not called the frying pan of Spain for no reason. Try and find a parking spot for your car in Cadiz is like the proverbial needle in a haystack. Otherwise a lovely holiday.
Here is a nearby beach

Interesting comment on TripAdvisor rat apparently in Die another Day when Halle Berry emerged from the water it was this beach. Not sure how true that is.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Apr 21, 2016 23:31
LesD
Er.....Seville Beach? Seville is over 100km from the sea!

It's Cadiz, flying into Seville. If I'd put Cadiz in the title no-one would probably know where it was! It's around an hour and 10 drive from the airport. You could however break it up and spend a couple of nights in Seville city.
Er.....Seville Beach? Seville is over 100km from the sea!

Edited By: LesD on Apr 21, 2016 23:23
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From Birmingham: 2 Weeks exploring Thailand Inc all flights, trains & ferry transfers October 2016 £539.45pp at booking.com £1,078.90

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On 8th October you'll fly from Birmingham to Bangkok with KLM, arriving on the 10th October as these flights have a full day and night in Amsterdam which is a bonus in my eyes! You'll overnight in Ams…
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I really don't understand why, when someone has clearly gone to a lot of trouble to put a deal together and share it amongst us do people have to snipe? If you don't like the deal can't you just appreciate the effort someone has gone to and move on? There will be - or possibly have been - deals that the very people who are bitching would probably have liked that probably never made it to the site, as those such as rachelandgromit have probably become fed up and discouraged. The prognosis for this fine site is that eventually it could, in all probability end up being pointless and then defunct as those who really care about bringing deals to our attention say "F*ck it - I can't be arsed any more."

Can you just let go of the ego for a bit and just not respond if you don't like it?

I just want to say, for what it's worth, thank you so much rachelandgromit and those others who work hard bringing us amazing deals for the effort you have clearly put in to putting this together - and don't be discouraged by those miserable bell-ends who can't afford to compensate for the size of their manhoods (-or womanhoods for that matter) by buying high performance sports cars.
I suppose, if they could they wouldn't be looking at hotdealsuk anyway.
Cheers.
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Fantastic work once again :{
Sam_The_Red
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Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Youngy
fo_sho_yo
think you will find jet lag affects everyone.
Quite the fake avatar there buddy.
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From my experience it takes two weeks to adjust to the jet lag. Better idea would be just go to one of the islands and chill there for two weeks in a fancy resort. If you're going to travel like that you need to do it over at least a month or more.
It's rubbish because of jet lag?
You are such an idiot.
Amongst other reasons, yes. Unless you know me personally, how do you know I'm an idiot? More than likely you are just an a*hole shouting off your mouth with personal insults..
I don't know you personally and I'm glad I don't.
More than likely you are the idiot aswell as the a**hole for shouting your mouth and calling this deal "rubbish" just because of the jet lag.
I like to hear your other reasons as to why this deal (in your opinion) is "rubbish"...
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This deal is not rubbish it's actually very good and I voted hot. The holiday would be rubbish. You're getting two things confused however you wouldn't realise that as you are more than likely an idiot.
Lol, you're just going back on your own words now. Pathetic you are.
Still haven't gave me the reason why you think the holiday is rubbish... still waiting.
I know you're likely thicker than 4x2 but let me reiterate a couple of reasons that were in my original post that you would have picked up on if you had basic comprehension. First, this holiday (not deal) would be rubbish because jet lag takes 2 weeks to get over and it is only a 2 week break. Secondly, the itinerary would likely need a month or more to do realistically. Other reasons are that Thailand is a bit unpredictable with the weather, food poisoning or even transport easily postponing plans for a day or more and impacting the tight schedule.
Two wks to get over let lag?? Are you for real?? So all of the 4 million that visit the US every year, land, then take 2wks to adjust?? I flew to Sau Paulo 2yrs ago, then flew up to the Amazon the next day, then flew to Rio 4 days later, then onto Belo 4 days after that, and back to Rio 5 days later-was fantastic! This is an EXCELLENT trip! I presume you're over 60 and thinks Hoeseasons is an adventure!!
Yes, thank you!

This is exactly what I wanted to hear. This holiday is meant for exploring and for someone to complain about jet lagged is absolutely ridiculous.

If you're going to travel outside your country and outside your time zone, of course you're going to get jet lag! It's freaking common sense.
Sam_The_Red
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Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Youngy
fo_sho_yo
think you will find jet lag affects everyone.
Quite the fake avatar there buddy.
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From my experience it takes two weeks to adjust to the jet lag. Better idea would be just go to one of the islands and chill there for two weeks in a fancy resort. If you're going to travel like that you need to do it over at least a month or more.
It's rubbish because of jet lag?
You are such an idiot.
Amongst other reasons, yes. Unless you know me personally, how do you know I'm an idiot? More than likely you are just an a*hole shouting off your mouth with personal insults..
I don't know you personally and I'm glad I don't.
More than likely you are the idiot aswell as the a**hole for shouting your mouth and calling this deal "rubbish" just because of the jet lag.
I like to hear your other reasons as to why this deal (in your opinion) is "rubbish"...
.
This deal is not rubbish it's actually very good and I voted hot. The holiday would be rubbish. You're getting two things confused however you wouldn't realise that as you are more than likely an idiot.
Lol, you're just going back on your own words now. Pathetic you are.
Still haven't gave me the reason why you think the holiday is rubbish... still waiting.
I know you're likely thicker than 4x2 but let me reiterate a couple of reasons that were in my original post that you would have picked up on if you had basic comprehension. First, this holiday (not deal) would be rubbish because jet lag takes 2 weeks to get over and it is only a 2 week break. Secondly, the itinerary would likely need a month or more to do realistically. Other reasons are that Thailand is a bit unpredictable with the weather, food poisoning or even transport easily postponing plans for a day or more and impacting the tight schedule.
Two wks to get over let lag?? Are you for real?? So all of the 4 million that visit the US every year, land, then take 2wks to adjust?? I flew to Sau Paulo 2yrs ago, then flew up to the Amazon the next day, then flew to Rio 4 days later, then onto Belo 4 days after that, and back to Rio 5 days later-was fantastic! This is an EXCELLENT trip! I presume you're over 60 and thinks Hoeseasons is an adventure!!

there is no reason to insult the over 60s many of us are quite adventurous, just don't have the funds to fulfill all our desires
fo_sho_yo
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Youngy
fo_sho_yo
think you will find jet lag affects everyone.
Quite the fake avatar there buddy.
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
Elysium
fo_sho_yo
This holiday would be rubbish. You'd need a holiday to get over it. From my experience it takes two weeks to adjust to the jet lag. Better idea would be just go to one of the islands and chill there for two weeks in a fancy resort. If you're going to travel like that you need to do it over at least a month or more.
It's rubbish because of jet lag?
You are such an idiot.
Amongst other reasons, yes. Unless you know me personally, how do you know I'm an idiot? More than likely you are just an a*hole shouting off your mouth with personal insults..
I don't know you personally and I'm glad I don't.
More than likely you are the idiot aswell as the a**hole for shouting your mouth and calling this deal "rubbish" just because of the jet lag.
I like to hear your other reasons as to why this deal (in your opinion) is "rubbish"...
.
This deal is not rubbish it's actually very good and I voted hot. The holiday would be rubbish. You're getting two things confused however you wouldn't realise that as you are more than likely an idiot.
Lol, you're just going back on your own words now. Pathetic you are.
Still haven't gave me the reason why you think the holiday is rubbish... still waiting.
I know you're likely thicker than 4x2 but let me reiterate a couple of reasons that were in my original post that you would have picked up on if you had basic comprehension. First, this holiday (not deal) would be rubbish because jet lag takes 2 weeks to get over and it is only a 2 week break. Secondly, the itinerary would likely need a month or more to do realistically. Other reasons are that Thailand is a bit unpredictable with the weather, food poisoning or even transport easily postponing plans for a day or more and impacting the tight schedule.
Two wks to get over let lag?? Are you for real?? So all of the 4 million that visit the US every year, land, then take 2wks to adjust?? I flew to Sau Paulo 2yrs ago, then flew up to the Amazon the next day, then flew to Rio 4 days later, then onto Belo 4 days after that, and back to Rio 5 days later-was fantastic! This is an EXCELLENT trip! I presume you're over 60 and thinks Hoeseasons is an adventure!!
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From Manchester: 16 night China (Beijing, Xi'an, Pingyao) & Hong Kong Trip Inc Etihad Flights, Trains & Highly Rated Accommodation (21/04-06/05) £798.21 @ booking.com £1,596.42

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China and Hong Kong! I've put together this great value trip using some brilliant accommodation options for both China and Hong Kong and also included train fare which you can book on a website called…
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Looks like a great deal 8)
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You are wrong on visa costs you do it in person it is £66 and the £80 odd postal. I've checked my statement and that's how much I paid in person. You can see that it is 'fee detail' which you add up to get the the price in the first column not add these onto the price (if that makes sense).
That's not for express but standard.
When did you apply for that visa? According to https://www.visaforchina.org/LON_EN/upload/Attach/mrbj/289577.pdf it's currently £151.
For those applying with an Irish passport, it's £86.
Prices have gone up since the 11th January 2016, so it is £151.

Ah I see. Manchester visa centre need to update their prices then as that screenshot was from their site. Can't believe how much it has gone up!!
clostridium_botulinum
rachelandgromit
You are wrong on visa costs you do it in person it is £66 and the £80 odd postal. I've checked my statement and that's how much I paid in person. You can see that it is 'fee detail' which you add up to get the the price in the first column not add these onto the price (if that makes sense).
That's not for express but standard.
When did you apply for that visa? According to https://www.visaforchina.org/LON_EN/upload/Attach/mrbj/289577.pdf it's currently £151.
For those applying with an Irish passport, it's £86.

Prices have gone up since the 11th January 2016, so it is £151.
clostridium_botulinum
rachelandgromit
You are wrong on visa costs you do it in person it is £66 and the £80 odd postal. I've checked my statement and that's how much I paid in person. You can see that it is 'fee detail' which you add up to get the the price in the first column not add these onto the price (if that makes sense).
That's not for express but standard.
When did you apply for that visa? According to https://www.visaforchina.org/LON_EN/upload/Attach/mrbj/289577.pdf it's currently £151.
For those applying with an Irish passport, it's £86.

It was last year January so perhaps they have gone up - significantly! I can't open that link but the one I posted was from same website but the Manchester Visa for China website so perhaps the Manchester one hasn't been updated?

Either way, check if you are applying for a Visa as it may be expensive. If you live nr Manchester may be worth popping into the office there.
rachelandgromit
You are wrong on visa costs you do it in person it is £66 and the £80 odd postal. I've checked my statement and that's how much I paid in person. You can see that it is 'fee detail' which you add up to get the the price in the first column not add these onto the price (if that makes sense).
That's not for express but standard.
When did you apply for that visa? According to https://www.visaforchina.org/LON_EN/upload/Attach/mrbj/289577.pdf it's currently £151.

For those applying with an Irish passport, it's £86.
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