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10 nights island hopping around Greece in August for £338.62pp (£677.27 total) visiting Athens, Paros, Naxos and Santorini including flights, ferries and hotels @ expedia

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Athens from London Stansted on 15th August returning on 25th August. You will be staying for 2 nights in Athens, 3 nights in Paros, 2 nights in Naxos and 3…
BlueSkies Avatar9m, 3w agoFound 9 months, 3 weeks ago83 Comments
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You cant really ignore people for pointing out the nearby trouble. Look what happened in the thread above
I hope everyone would read that thread before commenting. There are numerous other threads very similar, Sharm El Sheikh was one I also recall.
Sounds like a great trip to me if I didn't have kids I would be up for it reminds of the greeknisland hoping I did back in the 80/90s
I did a similar trip 30 years ago. We just got return tickets to Athens and made the rest up as we went along - do not advise this though as we did end up sleeping on the floor most of the time! I have travelled the world but still rate this trip as one of the best things I've ever done.
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Migrants - No thanks
There won't be any migrants on any of the Cyclades they're too far away from mainland Europe!
Not true - have been many of the Cyclades breached...

Yes but on very sporadic occasions not enough to ruin a holiday. I would wager a guess that there have been less number of days spent on these islands by migrants in the Cyclades , than in any other European country by percentage of population in that country in relation to that of the population of the Cyclades . Which basically means no effect to your holiday 8)
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You cant really ignore people for pointing out the nearby trouble. Look what happened in the thread above
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3 night long weekend in The Italian Lakes for £104.66pp (£209.31 total) including flights, lake view hotel and car hire @expedia

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Milan Bergamo from London Stansted on Friday 4th March returning on Monday 7th March. You will be staying for 4 nights in the 3* Hotel Tre Rose which is in…
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I think I've said before, but I would Gold Car like the plague. Nothing but horrific reviews for them online. We got a car at BGY from Avis and it was barely more, with the knowledge that there wasn't the possibility to be completely screwed over on the fuel tank policy.
Ooo really I'll remember that in future! What their fuel policy?
I always get completely confused, so will have to look up to confirm, but they have a few options which are poor choices for the customer. The best choices are always "return to what it was" ie full to full. IIRC, they insist on either the full pre-purchase of a tank at their prices, with no refund or another one which I forget at the moment (ha, so helpful). You must also take their insurance option which is hard sold at the counter and they will not recognise fully comprehensive external insurance, even if it legally covers them. Finally, I've heard the CS is awful and lines take hours and are deliberately slowed in order to charge late return fees. Basically, nothing good ever!
Oh really, I'll have to look into policies before I book car hire in the future :/ we've only been stung once and that was in Ibiza where they charged us for a compulsory cleaning fee I think it was it was in the t&c's so couldn't even argue!
Wow, compulsory cleaning fee, they are having a laugh - nearly all the villas we've rented there over the years involve some form of dusty road! Think I better check the small print for this years car!
Will be cold and potentially wet. Only a few hours from the alps. Looks like a lovely hotel and it's a tick list for many so voted hot.
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*avoid Gold Car

and Argus Car Hire.


I'm sure I've used argus loads of times don't think I've had a problem with them :/


Me neither. They're not an actual car rental company, just an agent, like Expedia is to airlines or hotels.
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faiemaa
Why cant this be during half term :(


I know half term prices are so unfair! :(


​Never really understood this poor argument. Airlines etc are not in the business of providing 'fair' prices, they're in the business of making as much profit as they can. The market will clearly allow for prices to be increased during peak times, so they charge what the market can take. They don't owe fair prices to the market. I'm a parent too, but it's not something I begrudge airlines for.
travelbug25
Hi,My boyfriend and now love the look of this deal and went to book straight away. only thing is when we got on the expedia website and searched to fly to bergamo it only brings up hotels in that area not further afield. The hotel and flights are still available so any tips would be great!
Thanks


Book flights on the Ryanair site, the hotel on Expedia if you type in the hotel name and it's in nesso and go on skyscanner and search car hire from Bergamo airport :D
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Fly to Melbourne (MEL) from Dublin from approx £343.00 @ Expedia

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This is a great opportunity for a cheap travel to Australia. For a return flight from Dublin to Melbourne (change in Dubai), you will pay as little as £343 @ expedia.com.br The available dates are
soundlovers Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago49 Comments
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Insanely hot deal. I've been looking for tickets for a trip back home to Australia for months, and the absolute best I'd come across was about £760-£780 pounds. I'd made up my mind that I was going to book something tonight and decided, ok one last check on HUKD. I saw this and immediately thought, damn leaves from Dublin and only in November and December. Thought I'd have a play around on the site anyway and lo and behold got a flight leaving from Heathrow on the exact day I wanted in June this year for more than £300 less than what I would have otherwise been paying. All booked and confirmed, got my 6 digit reference number as well. Teehee.
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Hi just wondering did your flights go all ok? I've go some booked for November.
Likewise. It's the logistics of getting to Dublin with luggage we have to think about now. Begrudge paying Ryanair's baggage fees.
we booked, four of us dub-dxb-mel-dxb-dub £325pp return. been on qf website booked our seats, chose meals for the kids, sorted. just waiting for a deal on a long weekend to Dublin!
All gone. :(
Not sure if it is for the same reason, but my mate is getting dirt cheap flights return Japan to Australia because of the mystery Malaysian flight. (dont let this put you off though!!) He is flying Cathy Pacific.

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Errorfare: From 250€ NYC & Co and from 304€ SFO & LAX @ Expedia £210.00

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Error fares with BMI to NY and California (LA/SFO). You have to leave from Dublin and return to London Heathrow to get the deal. You can find it on http://www.expedia.com. For more informat…
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You can miss the last leg if you don't have any luggage otherwise you're going home wihtout it!
Thx - still great deal and should be made hot
NoveltyCondomHed
I think you have to be savvy booking this - pick Multiple destination, fly out from Dublin in March to NYC or LA and back to Heathrow - flights are around £212.00 approx. One question the flight from Dublin comes through Heathrow - do you think you can skip the Dublin part or do you have to fly to Dublin to come back to London!

Good Luck


If you miss the first leg of a flight, then all subsequent flights are cancelled automatically by the airline. Thus, outbound you'd have to leave from Dublin, but you could skip the last leg on the way home.


Edited By: traceyh09 on Jan 13, 2011 11:30
I think you have to be savvy booking this - pick Multiple destination, fly out from Dublin in March to NYC or LA and back to Heathrow - flights are around £212.00 approx. One question the flight from Dublin comes through Heathrow - do you think you can skip the Dublin part or do you have to fly to Dublin to come back to London!

Good Luck