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Condor/Thoms Cook flights to Florida in Scottish October holidays £395.10 return inc baggage and a meal!

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I have been sitting on these flights for a few days, but have posted now that we cannot use them as my wife and eldest daughter can't get the time off! Flights are from Manchester to Miami (approx
Chouman Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago5 Comments
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For same days I booked Manchester - Miami a few month back, worked out £361 . Hire car company's would have your eyes out for a toll pass, just stop at the toll and put the dollar in the machine
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I've booked flights from Manchester to Miami for the whole family next year, we have saved a considerable amount of money over flights to Orlando.
It's a relatively new route and most people are not aware how simple it is, so it's currently cheap. Get a toll pass with your car hire and Miami to Orlando on the tolls is three and a half hours.
We've been a number of times and never used an electronic toll pass. While they would take some stress away they aren't free and you have to pay a daily fee to the hire company. A good site for people looking to travel to Orlando is thedibb.co.uk It's packed with everything you'll ever need to know. A good run through of how the tolls work is available here on the same site.

If you plan on flying to Miami then I would suggest you get the toll pass. There are no manned toll booths there and it's VERY expensive if you refuse their toll pass when hiring and you accidentally pass through a toll. Plus if you're planning on flying to Miami you'd be a fool to not use the toll roads after and before long flights. Traffic leaving the city (about the time you'd be travelling if you flew Thomas Cook) can be gridlocked leaving the city.

Now Orlando, that's different you can avoid tolls as much as you like. With a planned 5 year development of the I-4 due to start I'd be thinking of paying for the pass. The whole of Florida will be unmanned tolls soon enough and the fines are nasty.

Edited By: davelfc on Jul 08, 2015 18:18
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I've booked flights from Manchester to Miami for the whole family next year, we have saved a considerable amount of money over flights to Orlando.
It's a relatively new route and most people are not aware how simple it is, so it's currently cheap. Get a toll pass with your car hire and Miami to Orlando on the tolls is three and a half hours.

We've been a number of times and never used an electronic toll pass. While they would take some stress away they aren't free and you have to pay a daily fee to the hire company. A good site for people looking to travel to Orlando is thedibb.co.uk It's packed with everything you'll ever need to know. A good run through of how the tolls work is available here on the same site.

Edited By: Chouman on Jul 08, 2015 17:17
Dam. Pressed cold by mistake!! Good deal!!
I've booked flights from Manchester to Miami for the whole family next year, we have saved a considerable amount of money over flights to Orlando.

It's a relatively new route and most people are not aware how simple it is, so it's currently cheap. Get a toll pass with your car hire and Miami to Orlando on the tolls is three and a half hours.
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2 Weeks All Inclusive in Mexico February 2016 £762.79pp (based on 4 people) @ Holiday Inn/Thomas Cook @ Condor

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I was searching for a holiday for a group of female friends wanting to go away together and I think this is a great deal for anyone wanting Mexico on a budget for 2 weeks. The dates are 14th-28th J…
rachelandgromit Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago8 Comments
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Thomas Cook is not part of TUI. There are 2 main tour operators left. Other thing to note is that ALL beaches in Mexico are public. The govt own them all and hotels can only prevent non guests from using the facilities but not the beach itself
In the UK we really only have one holiday operator, Thomson, Thomas Cook, First Direct, The Co-op etc etc are ALL part of the same holiday group, there's now no really competition within the UK market and we are seeing that in the arrogance and apathy displayed when you go into any of their stores to look/book or just enquire, they KNOW theres basically no-where to go and they KNOW the smaller operators can't compete.. its sad but that's the reality now in the UK....
This isn't a Thomas Cook holiday, the flight is only with Thomas Cook....:|
...Thomson much better
TC make me cringe and absolutely livid...just the other day I thought that perhaps their recent arrogance couldn't surely be reflective of all their staff... as I sat there discussing options I looked up the hotel being considered to find current and recent holidaymakers to the hotel saying how part of it is a building site noisy with lots of photo graphic evidence within the review..all TC holiday makers..none of which were forwarded...the rep there appeared to have disappeared and was in denial...!

I mentioned this concern to the sales rep who is also a manager and his reply..well if there was a problem the computer would say so, and if that's how you feel about it then Don't consider it..,no mention of let me check with head office..but had I not checked trip advisor I could have been lumbered with a building site for 2 weeks...be forwarned and therefore forearmed..this chaps inactions and his attitude was scandalous!!!

I Will never consider a Thomas Crook holiday again....
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Return Flight to New York May Day Bank Holiday from Manchester £323.00 pp with Condor

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Found through Skyscanner Departing 04/05/15 returning 09/05/15
Em24 Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago20 Comments
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Can anyone reccomend a 3or 4 star decent hotel for less than £150 per night?
Something close to Time Square etc
Check out Priceline and Hotwire (Explanation of what both are)

They usually have some decent deals on both, double-check them first though. You can either book a specific hotel at the price they offer, take up one of their "express deals" (Priceline) / "Secret Hot Deal" (Hotwire) which is a bit of a gamble but can be narrowed down by checking against other peoples threads or the "hotel list" on BetterBidding. Alternatively you can bid on a zone and hope to win a decent hotel at a decent price. Again, there's a lot of help on BetterBidding.

Edited By: ClubLife on Apr 28, 2015 10:41: .
Can anyone reccomend a 3or 4 star decent hotel for less than £150 per night?

Something close to Time Square etc
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Newark to Manhatten in a croup taxi is like $25 from airport to hotel door in the Financial district. Also EWR > JFK
Newark better than JFK!!! As said previous easy by train
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