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9 night road trip around Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro for £192.00pp including flights, car hire and hotels @ booking.com

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£192.00 @ booking.com
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Dubrovnik from London Gatwick on Tuesday 16th May returning Thursday 25th May. You will be staying for 3 nights in Dubrovnik, 1 night in Mostar, 1 night…
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Dubrovnik from London Gatwick on Tuesday 16th May returning Thursday 25th May. You will be staying for 3 nights in Dubrovnik, 1 night in Mostar, 1 night…
BlueSkies Avatar1h, 4m agoFound 1 hour, 4 minutes ago6 Comments
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highlandtoffee
This sounds like a mega trip.....if i had the money (new house = zero free money) and time then i would definitely do this trip!!


I know the feeling, I'm looking now like if I eat noodles for a month can I afford this trip oO
tom6195
Is there a lot do/see on this road trip?


There's plenty to do, between them all there are gorgeous cities, beautiful countryside and beach areas :D
This sounds like a mega trip.....if i had the money (new house = zero free money) and time then i would definitely do this trip!!
Is there a lot do/see on this road trip?
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7 night Greek road trip including flights, car hire and hotels for £217.00pp @ booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Thessaloniki from London Stansted on Tuesday 9th May returning Tuesday 16th May. You will be staying for 2 nights in Thessaloniki, 2 nights on the first…
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Thessaloniki from London Stansted on Tuesday 9th May returning Tuesday 16th May. You will be staying for 2 nights in Thessaloniki, 2 nights on the first…
BlueSkies Avatar4h, 37m agoFound 4 hours, 37 minutes ago4 Comments
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I've been to Halkidiki. Very nice but very expensive to eat out compared to other places in the Med. Consider that when pricing up the entire trip including your spending money.
Great deal and a great area.
I've visited Halkidiki a few times (Hanioti and Pefkohori) and loved it.
I'd love something like this from NCL. but sadly since the fall of XL.com etc, very limited.
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From London: August School Holiday 1 Week in Pula (Croatia) based on 2A & 2C £973.00 @ booking.com

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Here is a good budget school holiday deal to Pula in Croatia. Leaving on 9th August from London and returning on 16th August. Flights are with Jet2 and include 10kg of hand luggage per person and t…
Here is a good budget school holiday deal to Pula in Croatia. Leaving on 9th August from London and returning on 16th August. Flights are with Jet2 and include 10kg of hand luggage per person and t…
rachelandgromit Avatar4d, 20h agoFound 4 days, 20 hours ago6 Comments
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bigpappasmurf13
Cant see any mention of a pool at that Apartment?
It was on the picture of the apartment on booking.com it also says it in the description "Offering an outdoor pool and a garden"
Oh, I must be looking at a different hotel. Do you have a link please?
Here you go apartment details
Thanks, I was looking at a different apartment with the same name!
bigpappasmurf13
rachelandgromit
bigpappasmurf13
Cant see any mention of a pool at that Apartment?
It was on the picture of the apartment on booking.com it also says it in the description "Offering an outdoor pool and a garden"
Oh, I must be looking at a different hotel. Do you have a link please?


Here you go apartment details
rachelandgromit
bigpappasmurf13
Cant see any mention of a pool at that Apartment?
It was on the picture of the apartment on booking.com it also says it in the description "Offering an outdoor pool and a garden"
Oh, I must be looking at a different hotel. Do you have a link please?
bigpappasmurf13
Cant see any mention of a pool at that Apartment?

It was on the picture of the apartment on booking.com it also says it in the description "Offering an outdoor pool and a garden"
Cant see any mention of a pool at that Apartment?
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4 nights in Croatia for £123.96 for 2 people including flights and 3* apartment @ Booking.com / Ryanair

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Zadar from Bristol on Tuesday 28th March returning Saturday 1st April. If you're looking for a last minute get away or need to use your last few leave d…
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Zadar from Bristol on Tuesday 28th March returning Saturday 1st April. If you're looking for a last minute get away or need to use your last few leave d…
BlueSkies Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours ago37 Comments
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Unless you are the ultimate sunworshipper and its a very dry heat and love queuing up for everything i would suggest not going from june to august but each to their own
whatyadoinsucka
great price, but i'll leave it till summer, late june to august is a better time to visit,

Why is this? We didn't want to go when it would be the busiest and also the hottest. Everything is still open etc?
archer1204
banterchicken
I went to croatia for 2 weeks last summer and it's one of the best countries I've visited. Absolutely love it there.
Krka park is a bit of a day trip and it's absolutely rammed ALL the time. (the pic above is krka)
its Plitvice Lakes

So it is, always get the two mixed up. Regardless, beautiful but busy (like most things these days I guess)
great price, but i'll leave it till summer, late june to august is a better time to visit,
archer1204
GemandJake
Zadar
Places worth to visit: (google each of them for images)
0. Zadar old town
1. Plitvice lakes
2. Skradin - Krka
3. Kornati
4. Split Dioklecian palace
5. Novalja Pag - better then Ibiza if you like clubing
6. Vransko jezero - a huge lake only about a mile from sea
They are not in priority order. Google each of them as images so you can decide what to see.
I live in UK but originally from Zadar. There is a lot more of other places where no tourist has even enter like 'Slap Krke Knin' but guess there is no enough days to see it all.
Oh wow, thank you. I think Zadar Old town is definitely on the list, it looks beautiful. I'm going to have a busy night now deciding on what we are going to be doing. We got some really good transfer prices with our Taxi so will use them for most trips, didn't want to drive as I wanted to be lazy and capture the beauty of everything
Thanks for much guys. Amazing help from you all! :)
Split is about another 2 hour journey the other way loads to see and do there

Oh I'm not sure a week is going to be enough time now :) Thank you so much. My hubby quite likes the look of going to Diocletian's Palace so will have to try and go there also. Thanks again :)
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From Southend: Group of 6 Weekend in Amsterdam £106.80pp @ booking.com £640.85

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If you are planning a group get away this summer to Amsterdam then this trip looks great value. Two nights in Amsterdam in a room for 6 (en-suite) in a great central location in Amsterdam, nr Vondelpa…
If you are planning a group get away this summer to Amsterdam then this trip looks great value. Two nights in Amsterdam in a room for 6 (en-suite) in a great central location in Amsterdam, nr Vondelpa…
rachelandgromit Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago1 Comment
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Lovely place to view twolips
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8-15.5 Montenegro from London Gatwick 7 nights 3* studio with sea view and terrace, return flights + 7 days car hire £310.96 per couple or £155.48 pp @ multi links inc. booking.com and easyjet

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London Gatwick - Tivat return flights £46.98 x 2: £93.96 easyjet.com 7 nights Apartments Lungo Mare 3* Studio with Sea View and Large Terrace £133 7 days car hire £84: http://www.autoeurope.co…
London Gatwick - Tivat return flights £46.98 x 2: £93.96 easyjet.com 7 nights Apartments Lungo Mare 3* Studio with Sea View and Large Terrace £133 7 days car hire £84: http://www.autoeurope.co…
macobrum Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago13 Comments
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Bitbotbang
Is it anything like Thailand? If you know what I mean.....
really???
Is it anything like Thailand? If you know what I mean.....
I loved montengro, the people there were lovely. One bar owner even gave me and a friend a lift (twice) at Bar. Lovely lady, could barely speak english, opted for pointing and facial expressions haha. Invited us for dinner too. Wont ever forget the place
rodman
why 90% of flights from Russia?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tivat_Airport
I did not know the Sofia, Kiev-Zhuliany, London–Gatwick, Manchester, Geneva, Warsaw–Chopin, Düsseldorf, Dubai, Tel Aviv, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Oslo–Gardermoen, Stockholm–Arlanda, Bari, Naples, Rome–Fiumicino, Verona, Belgrade, London–Gatwick, London–Stansted, Paris–Charles de Gaulle, and Vienna are based at Russia...oO


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why 90% of flights from Russia?
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From Stansted: August School Holiday 7 Nights in Croatia (family of 3) £198.49pp @ booking.com £595.49

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Here is a lovely August school holiday break to Croatia (Pula). Departing from London Stansted on 23/08 and returning on 30/08. This is based on a family of 3 (two adults and 1 child). I think Croa…
Here is a lovely August school holiday break to Croatia (Pula). Departing from London Stansted on 23/08 and returning on 30/08. This is based on a family of 3 (two adults and 1 child). I think Croa…
rachelandgromit Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago10 Comments
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Croatia airlines fly from Heathrow and Gatwick and are actually pretty cheap considering they include in flight refreshments and 23kg of hold luggage as standard. Around the same time you could fly to Rijeka for £160 return direct from Heathrow. From Rijeka head down to Cres and Losinj islands or go island hopping on the ferrys.
tek-monkey
Is a car needed? Can't drive!

It all depends where you base yourself but if you don't drive you'd be better off in a town which has a beach. Most do. You could do some shore excursions to get out and about but I'd recommend getting on a boat if you can. You can get to most places on buses and ferrys.
Love Croatia. Not been to Pula but it's a major tourist destination on the Istrian peninsula so probably quite busy but there's so much wonderful coast you won't need to go far for some quiet. I'd say a car is worthwhile to get around and find the nice swimming spots away from the towns though an estate car is overkill for three people with hand luggage. There are very few sandy beaches in croatia but this means that the water is very clear and many entry points into the water have steps built into the rocks so its like a big swimming pool. Can't wait to go back.
tek-monkey
Is a car needed? Can't drive!
There are local buses for getting around. Car would be better. We did fly drive ... Dubrovnik split tragir and Zedar. All amazing. Coast is awesome. No sandy beaches though.
Is a car needed? Can't drive!
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From London: 7 Night Bargain Bulgaria Holiday 25/04-02/05 (May Bank Holiday) just £94.68 @ booking.com £189.36

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If you are after a bargain break then check out this deal to Sunny Beach. Leaving on 25/04 and returning 02/05 (which includes the May bank holiday) flights are with Wizzair and only include small lug…
If you are after a bargain break then check out this deal to Sunny Beach. Leaving on 25/04 and returning 02/05 (which includes the May bank holiday) flights are with Wizzair and only include small lug…
rachelandgromit Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago53 Comments
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You literally couldn't pay me to stay there.
If someone offered me £500 to stay there for a week, I'd absolutely decline.
I'll give you £500 to stay there for a week
Not a chance!!
I will double that if you take your Mum.

If i was forced to go there, I would pay money to forfeit.

My Mother is more of a snob than I am!
How ghastly!
rodman
How easy is to get laid over there? I am tempted.
This made me smile, your candour is refreshing. :)




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rodman
How easy is to get laid over there? I am tempted.
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bulletfoss
You literally couldn't pay me to stay there.
If someone offered me £500 to stay there for a week, I'd absolutely decline.


Why?
been once and never again. locals scam you so much and get violent if you refuse to pay up. if you look young trouble attracts you
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4 nights in Ljubljana and Lake Bled, Slovenia for £135.00pp including flights, hotels and car hire @ booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Ljubljana from Luton on Sunday 7th March returning Thursday 11th March. I have recently done this trip myself and thought it was absolutely beautiful.
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Ljubljana from Luton on Sunday 7th March returning Thursday 11th March. I have recently done this trip myself and thought it was absolutely beautiful.
BlueSkies Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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sunday, lol :-D
Beautiful places, ah distant memories of the eighties and being a care free youth with a rucksack.
Air_tight
Hi there, I've actually just beaten this price (Booking.com is so expensive...)

Same flights. But book both hotels through Agoda.com and it comes out at £67.35 for the Bled one (including 6.9% cashback from Topcashback) AND this includes the hotel tax + city tax so nothing else to pay.

... And the Ginger Rooms one comes out at £76.85 (again including the cashback, and including the hotel + city tax)

Then for the car hire use AutoEurope - same small car comes out at a total cost of £33 including the 8.05% cashback on offer from Topcashback.

Makes a total of £128.58 per person, and includes the hotel and city tax


I've just checked agoda and after taxes etc the price on the final page is more, I've had that problem myself in the past with Agoda, always have to check the final page with them!

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Also car hire you can get cheaper elsewhere but from other posts I've done people don't always want the cheapest but more reliable company so that's why I chose sixt :D
Lake Bled? Errr anyone seen Hostel?
Visited in January and love the Lake Bled.
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From East Midlands: 4 Night Corfu Holiday 26/03-30/03 for 4 (ideal for group/friends) 2 bedroomed apartment, flight & taxi £54.32pp - £217.29 @ booking.com

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This is a lovely 4 nights stay in Corfu in a two bedroom apartment in Messonghi, close to the beach, restaurants and taverns. Ideal for a group of friends looking for a quiet getaway with some sun for…
This is a lovely 4 nights stay in Corfu in a two bedroom apartment in Messonghi, close to the beach, restaurants and taverns. Ideal for a group of friends looking for a quiet getaway with some sun for…
rachelandgromit Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago11 Comments
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Looks to be between 16-19 degrees now and at the end of March hopefully it won't be cooler than this??
March will be chilly but worth it for a trip
Take wooly hat and jumper...Will be cold...rained when we went in may and June....resort will be closed.....just be aware....
fattyflumpalump
No rooms left for those dates :(

Oh wow, they went quick.
tom6195
This party Central or suitable for family trip?

No, it's not a party central, more for those looking for a relaxing break, beaches nearby and restaurants and taverns too but it's not Kavos and clubs. It's not school holidays though to my knowledge.

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Zadar Croatia from London Stansted (11 - 18 may) return flight, shuttle bus 7 nights in 3* appartment £258.98 per couple or £129.49 per person !!!@ multilinks inc. ryanair and booking.com

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book return flight here £39.98 x2 = £79.96: https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/booking/home/STN/ZAD/2017-05-11/2017-05-18 hotel - 3* apartment £179 per couple per week: http://www.booking.com/hotel/
book return flight here £39.98 x2 = £79.96: https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/booking/home/STN/ZAD/2017-05-11/2017-05-18 hotel - 3* apartment £179 per couple per week: http://www.booking.com/hotel/
macobrum Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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archer1204
You have to go here Plitvice Lakeshttp://www.president-zagreb.com/mobile/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Plitvice-Lakes-National-Park-Croatia.jpg
that is amazing. whats food and drink prices like in Croatia only ask cos ive got 4 kids
Booking **** company booking.com
rodman
The deal is London Stansted to Zadar one way is £19.99 and it is up to you where you wanna stay
yes, you can always sleep on the beach (_;)

Edited By: macobrum on Feb 11, 2017 11:47
The deal is London Stansted to Zadar one way is £19.99 and it is up to you where you wanna stay
You have to go here Plitvice Lakes
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Private Lanzarote Villa with pool for 4 £1,416.92 incl. flights from Glasgow! Near school summer holidays! @ Booking.com

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Private 3 bed villa with private pool in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote £683 for 1 week at the start of the Scottish school holidays (3 days before start of holidays) Flights from Glasgow Prestwick with Ry…
Private 3 bed villa with private pool in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote £683 for 1 week at the start of the Scottish school holidays (3 days before start of holidays) Flights from Glasgow Prestwick with Ry…
hotdealrich Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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4 night German Rhine road trip for £165.00 each including flights, hotels and car hire @ booking.com

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Frankfurt Hahn from London Stansted on Saturday 18th March returning Wednesday 22nd March. There are cheaper flight prices throughout the month of Febr…
This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Frankfurt Hahn from London Stansted on Saturday 18th March returning Wednesday 22nd March. There are cheaper flight prices throughout the month of Febr…
BlueSkies Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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plodging
A road trip to Germany ..very popular, 1 million migrants did it last year.
Yeah man, isn't it so damn funny that most of those people were fleeing for their lives.
Despicable human.
Really ? That will be why Merkel is after deporting hundreds of thousands economic migrants . Almost 70% were purely economic migrants not " fleeing for their lives" ..
​really? 'almost' 70% you say? what is your source or did you just make it up after somebody questioned your pathetic sense of humour
The independent, dutchnews,breitbart, franz timmerman ( Vice President of the eu commission ) via rt.com quoting figures from Frontex .

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plodging
dark_shadow
plodging
A road trip to Germany ..very popular, 1 million migrants did it last year.
Yeah man, isn't it so damn funny that most of those people were fleeing for their lives.
Despicable human.
Really ? That will be why Merkel is after deporting hundreds of thousands economic migrants . Almost 70% were purely economic migrants not " fleeing for their lives" ..


​really? 'almost' 70% you say? what is your source or did you just make it up after somebody questioned your pathetic sense of humour
rdwarr
Is it OK to talk about the deal here rather than just dig up tired political clichés?

If so then it's definitely HOT from me. There's also the flexibility to vary the itinerary a bit if you fancy.


​Seconded.
A similar deal from Liverpool or Manchester would interest us. Heat added - for folk living in the South.
HOT deal. Like the road trip idea

NOT so HOT comments oO
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£1.00 hotel for Tokyo in 21st Dec 2016 @ Booking.com

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Hot last minute deal on Tokyo hotels from £1. For 21st Dec 2016.
Hot last minute deal on Tokyo hotels from £1. For 21st Dec 2016.
jaffacake_uk Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago7 Comments
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How did you find this? I click the link but it doesn't show anything but the normal booking.com page....
wish flight was as cheap
great find.
WessexUnderwater
My wife and I normally split holidays so one pays for hotel and the other for flights.
Anyway, over to you love.
HAHA !!! HOT by the way. Glass of coke costs more in my local.
trojan34
might just reserve one cause i can and cheaper than a pint bottle of lager. :D
Hope you didn't stop someone who might have actually needed/wanted a cheap room...
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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
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
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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…
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
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
macobrum Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago17 Comments
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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
macobrum
willwhitehead
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
willwhitehead
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…
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…
4fungames Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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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
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
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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…
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…
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hot deal... but does this include the cost of the visa?
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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.
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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!



Edited By: Besford on Sep 25, 2016 18:36: typo
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