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Christmas in Iceland (the country, not the shop!)? Flight only £72.00 at thomson

£72.00 @ Thomson Holidays (ThomsonFly)
Cheap last min flight to Iceland 22-26 December from Manchester with Thomson. just checked and still some very decent hotels available!
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Cheap last min flight to Iceland 22-26 December from Manchester with Thomson. just checked and still some very decent hotels available!
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#1
how much is average hotel
#2
Can't find the deal you mentioned. all flights around that time are gone!
#3
ashmac
how much is average hotel
I only looked at the upper end 4* Radisson Blu was about £200 per night (not bad considering it is christmas)
6 Likes #4
Blast, I got my hopes up. I thought it was the shop.
1 Like #5
mattstevenson
Can't find the deal you mentioned. all flights around that time are gone!
http://www.thomson.co.uk/flight/book/flightoptions?selectedFlight=TOM243649231356491290TOM211749230823491291
#6
RadiantDuck
Blast, I got my hopes up. I thought it was the shop.
each to their own ;-)
#7
#8
:D funny
2 Likes #9
Heat given just for the thought of spending Christmas in the frozen fish aisle :-)
#10
All gone !!!!!
#11
No wonder the country wants to get Iceland to change its name....
#12
Bit late in the day for that.... without a serious bit of compo.....
Iceland is now be called Winterland, Snowland, Freezeland, Slushland, Skidland, Hotland, Boilingland......or WTF
#13
Iceland is seriously expensive, especially recently with the drop in the pound and the krona getting stronger. Prepare yourself - I was there recently and everyone told me how expensive it was, but no one prepared me for how expensive it really was.
#14
We're off to Iceland on Sunday. You're way better off finding somewhere to stay using airBnB than using the hotels.
#15
I was there a few weeks ago, eye wateringly expensive but a fantastic place. Expect to pay £100 for a dinner for two plus drink on top. We went to the supermarket and bought snacks for a trip, that was £35 when back home it would be less than £10.
#16
RadiantDuck
Blast, I got my hopes up. I thought it was the shop.


Even though the title said it wasn't?
1 Like #17
ianc1990
Iceland is seriously expensive, especially recently with the drop in the pound and the krona getting stronger. Prepare yourself - I was there recently and everyone told me how expensive it was, but no one prepared me for how expensive it really was.


Depends if you drink I found, actually exploring the island, hiring a car and eating wasn't too bad I thought. Booze is what racked up the dosh.

Anyone going and wanting to hire a car check out sad cars. The cars are a bit older and have minor damage and they are less concerned about stone chips of which the roads can be pretty bad for chippings.

Fantastic country though, best to get out of Reykjavik and explore the Peninsulas.
#18
all gone boo

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