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Julian Club Hotel Marmaris 14 nights all inclusive family of 4 in 6 weeks holidays £2,166.00@Thomascook

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Excellent reviews, I understand this will start another Turkey debate.
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Brill hotel! We went here for my 25th bday! Me and 3 lads - we loved it! Night life's great and the entertainment team are the best!!
muffboy
cold Turkey! Shi-ite hole of a Country
Have you been before . I agree some parts are a bit as you describe it . But some parts are beautiful you just have to do a bit research . Some parts of the uk are really bad but we still live in uk like saying dont go to uk because blackburn is full of a certain type of people .
Would that be the fabrication film Midnight Express that director Oliver Stone apologised for due to the totally inaccurate portrayal of the facts of the actual story in the making of a film he was responsible for?

Yes, base your holiday choice on a fictional film which is a total fabrication of the factual written story, and decades ago.




Edited By: Lakeside on Nov 07, 2016 00:00: To write other words
Undecided? Watch 'Midnight Express'
cayndeh
Been to turkey a few times over the last few years and havent been able to fault it. well except for breakfast, muslim counties and a love of bacon and sausages dont mix :)

Last time i went about 3 years ago (Marmaris) found a cafe run by an English couple andthey did breakfast really cheap..
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Orlando - 14 nights inc flights, hotel & luggage - 2 Adults + 2 Children @ Thomas Cook £1,240.00

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This deal is NOT EXPIRED, you just need to go to Thomas Cook's home page and enter the dates ect and it's still available at the same price. Departing from Manchester on 10 December 2016 and return…
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This deal is not expired, you just need to go to Thomas Cook's home page and enter the dates ect and it's still available at the same price.
me thinks " Common Sense " was in a boarding school in the 60s or 70s, and was a few teachers " pet " that's why he hates teachers, must bring back his childhood memories
Common Sense
hanzy101
[quote=Common Sense]If they demanded in your job you work many more hours for no additional pay, would that be ok? I don't believe you would just sit back and allow that without a fuss.

I would simply refuse, resign and find another job. If I was not capable of getting a better job I would accept the new conditions. There is no need to strike. Most "professionals" work extra hours "unpaid". They are not paid by the hour.

Primary school hours are often 9am to 3:30pm. A standard job is 9am to 6pm. This leaves 2.5 hours for marking a day, which is not required on top of long holidays. Let's scrap the long holidays or teachers, default to 5 weeks a year and force teachers to attend school to "prepare" for lessons at school. Why is the UK so poor in world tables? Poor teaching!


​with parents attitudes like yours, its no wonder kids behaviour is atrocious. you taught your child to have no respect for their school, their teacher and their classmates education. Well done you on producing a child that can do well in exams. With pressure falling on them from you to do well they must be having so much fun as a child. As well as saving for their University fees, add a bit to the pot for counselling because they will sure as hell need it the way your parenting sounds.
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hanzy101
[quote=Common Sense]If they demanded in your job you work many more hours for no additional pay, would that be ok? I don't believe you would just sit back and allow that without a fuss.
I would simply refuse, resign and find another job. If I was not capable of getting a better job I would accept the new conditions. There is no need to strike. Most "professionals" work extra hours "unpaid". They are not paid by the hour.

Primary school hours are often 9am to 3:30pm. A standard job is 9am to 6pm. This leaves 2.5 hours for marking a day, which is not required on top of long holidays. Let's scrap the long holidays or teachers, default to 5 weeks a year and force teachers to attend school to "prepare" for lessons at school. Why is the UK so poor in world tables? Poor teaching!

You make me very sad. I would seriously consider moving abroad if people like you were in charge of anything other than a keyboard on a computer.

Perhaps if you researched more widely instead of attacking primary teachers (I am actually a secondary teacher but am trained in both areas) you would understand that school doesn't start at 9am and end at 3pm. Hours & hours of extra time goes in, from marking & planning to attending meetings, parents evenings, open evenings, meet the tutor evenings and all sorts of other things that you wouldn't even know about from up there on your little soapbox.

Leave teachers alone unless you have something constructive to add. You have made yourself sound like a pompous fool and added to the argument that it is mostly the parents who are damaging the future generations by undermining those who dedicate their lives to helping them.


Sorry, is this Reddit or HUKD?
Can you take your arguments elsewhere please (PM each other) - some of us would actually like to talk about this deal, and some of us really don't care.


Happy for you. If you read my reply properly, you should have been able to note that I was bringing this 'discussion' to an end.
shelliebish
Common Sense
hanzy101
[quote=Common Sense]If they demanded in your job you work many more hours for no additional pay, would that be ok? I don't believe you would just sit back and allow that without a fuss.
I would simply refuse, resign and find another job. If I was not capable of getting a better job I would accept the new conditions. There is no need to strike. Most "professionals" work extra hours "unpaid". They are not paid by the hour.

Primary school hours are often 9am to 3:30pm. A standard job is 9am to 6pm. This leaves 2.5 hours for marking a day, which is not required on top of long holidays. Let's scrap the long holidays or teachers, default to 5 weeks a year and force teachers to attend school to "prepare" for lessons at school. Why is the UK so poor in world tables? Poor teaching!

You make me very sad. I would seriously consider moving abroad if people like you were in charge of anything other than a keyboard on a computer.

Perhaps if you researched more widely instead of attacking primary teachers (I am actually a secondary teacher but am trained in both areas) you would understand that school doesn't start at 9am and end at 3pm. Hours & hours of extra time goes in, from marking & planning to attending meetings, parents evenings, open evenings, meet the tutor evenings and all sorts of other things that you wouldn't even know about from up there on your little soapbox.

Leave teachers alone unless you have something constructive to add. You have made yourself sound like a pompous fool and added to the argument that it is mostly the parents who are damaging the future generations by undermining those who dedicate their lives to helping them.


Sorry, is this Reddit or HUKD?
Can you take your arguments elsewhere please (PM each other) - some of us would actually like to talk about this deal, and some of us really don't care.
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7 NIGHTS, B&B IN GREECE - £120.00PP @ THOMAS COOK!!!!!

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Looking at the latest holiday deals and i have come across an absolute cracker on thomas cook website! Perfect for anyone looking for a nice bit of sun before we all hibernate. Also includes lugga…
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Teacher here, every time I see a holiday deal I get a little excited and then instantly have my hopes dashed. Oh well, maybe next year!
Oh well, you've had a nice 7 week holiday. Hope you can fit a break in next year! Maybe you could fit one in on your Autumn holiday???


Part timers!
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Kavos? Jesus.

has Jesus booked the hols?
Kavos? Jesus.
great deal thanks op
Thanks, just paid for my son to go with his mate
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Last minute weekend get away - 3 night to Zante from Newcastle £192.00 for 2 adults SC 7 - 10th July Thomas Cook

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Great deal for the flights alone. Been looking for a cheap weekend get away for this weekend and i haven't had much joy till i came cross this. I'm planning to book this and also book another hotel as…
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Florida 8th July, 2 weeks for 2 adults &1 child £1,404.00 @ Thomas Cook

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Florida 8th July, 2 weeks for 2 adults &1 child £468.00 per person Flying from Glasgow
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Flying from London Stansted to Florida £1631 on 18th July 2ad1ch

https://www.thomascook.com/packages/H0211681?connectorCode=1&contentId=6781ef8ccb5024255a8d1937149195b4554e8a37c0370ad4&startDate=2016-07-18&endDate=2016-07-18&depAirport=STN&duration=14&boardType=17&brand=AIR1&room=ROOM01,2,7&seasonCode=S16&freeChildFlag=No&context=thomascook.com&selectedDate=2016-07-18&geoPath=USA%2FFlorida%2FOrlando%2FKissimmee%20Are[email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected]USA_-_Florida_-_Orlando%26when%3D20160718%26widening%3Dtrue


Edited By: harvey028 on Jul 05, 2016 02:09: Link not working
I see what you mean looks like it's been snapped up.
Very odd that a website decides to have opening / closing times!

While the hotel is pretty basic, it's only around 3 miles away from Disney... now to figure out if I can chuck off a wedding over the date to go on holiday...!
Try after 9am as don't think it works till then.
kireir
Someone snapped this up? Just getting an error code. Great last min deal!
Try copying and pasting this link. Just checked and it's still there (and £1 cheaper now) https://www.thomascook.com/packages/H0211681?connectorCode=1&contentId=6781ef8ccb5024255a8d1937149195b4554e8a37c0370ad4&startDate=2016-07-08&endDate=2016-07-08&depAirport=GLA&duration=14&boardType=17&brand=AIR1&room=ROOM01,2,7&seasonCode=S16&freeChildFlag=No&context=thomascook.com&selectedDate=2016-07-08&geoPath=USA%2FFlorida%2FOrlando%2FKissimmee%20Are[email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected][email protected]USA_-_Florida_-_Orlando%26when%3D20160708%26widening%3Dtrue
Seralago Hotel & Suites
USA, Florida, Orlando, Kissimmee Area, Kissimmee
14 Nights , Room Only
Deluxe Room
(2 Adults, 1 Child)
Max age for child price 12
Flight ( GLA - MCO ) with Thomas Cook Airlines
Outbound
08 July 2016
11:15 Glasgow - 15:05 Orlando International

Return
22 July 2016
17:05 Orlando International - 06:20 Glasgow


Edited By: andywedge on Jul 05, 2016 01:04
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WITH THOMASCOOK


Is this still available
rossybearr
Throw I. Another £1500 for park tickets for four and the upgrade to premium econ you will want and it's about as expensive as any other trip to Florida ... Sorry cold


​what a ridiculous comment!
Just come back from getting married in New York with 2 kids & flew with Thomas Cook. The economy seats were absolutely fine. Seat snobs, smh. This is a bargain OP. Awesome price.
I wouldn't recommend the villa we stayed in, even though it 25 five star reviews on Homeaway. We had a sewage blockage in the street so had to move out for a night to another villa nearby, there was also lack of maintenance with the pool pump, a burst pipe. I messaged 50+ people on homeway and VBRO asking for the best price and went with this one as it had good reviews, I guess we were unlucky.

[quote=toli236]@Paul.Jacobs, could you please share the location and name of the villa you booked? Thank you.
And a few more non theme park things, Mount Dora is a lovely town to wander around, swimming in the Gulf with Manatees at Crystal River beats anything the theme parks do.
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Euros still available at €1.27. Now at €1.10 elsewhere.

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Thomas Cook exchange managers are still in bed! Orders are being accepted at yesterdays rates pre BREXIT vote. Unlikely to be this high for a long time to come. Must be collected today I think!
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Bushes
Keep denying it, the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist.
​I wonder if the other side would have been such bad losers if it had gone the other way.
The BNP and the NF both wanted to leave. Not all leavers are racist, but all racists are leavers.
​So it's not true to say that "the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist". Thanks for that.
My pleasure. Only Brexit supporters were claiming that leave supporters were saying that anyway :)


​Apart from the original commenter whose words I quoted who was clearly a Bremainer. Bremoaner, sorry.
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Keep denying it, the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist.
​I wonder if the other side would have been such bad losers if it had gone the other way.
The BNP and the NF both wanted to leave. Not all leavers are racist, but all racists are leavers.
​So it's not true to say that "the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist". Thanks for that.
My pleasure. Only Brexit supporters were claiming that leave supporters were saying that anyway :)
poolman
if only those pesky immigrants hadn't caused the global financial crisis in 2008....and those wars in Libya and Syria......everything would have been just fine.

In fact the only thing that hasn't been blamed on immigrants to date is the weather...so I'd like to blame them all in advance for the lousy summer the UK is about to have.

I think that covers it.......


If only we didn't go and bomb all people living in relatively good conditions in Syria and Libya on recommendations of the EU council and UN and NATO
If only we were independent and could stand up to the UN EU NATO and say NO war is not the answer.

Oh wait as of yesterday we now can!
Not sure how many of these comments relate to my original post which was about saving money on holiday cash! Anyway please can it be expired to stop any more nonsense???
RedXI
peter1223
Bushes
Keep denying it, the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist.
​I wonder if the other side would have been such bad losers if it had gone the other way.
The BNP and the NF both wanted to leave. Not all leavers are racist, but all racists are leavers.


​So it's not true to say that "the whole leave campaign was xenophobic and racist". Thanks for that.
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Thomas Cook pre-order duty free 4 for 3 on some 1 litre spirits £36.00

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If your travelling with Thomas cook flights did you know you can pre-order your duty free both their and back. Whatever you order will be waiting on you seat when you board. Just go to "manage my book…
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I tried to make an order but it didn't recognise my booking reference. even my flight details when I tried. Ive emailed them about it but it could 2-3 weeks for a response
Let me guess you are not using Chrome? Site basically doesn't work with any other browser - utter rubbish!
I tried to make an order but it didn't recognise my booking reference. even my flight details when I tried. Ive emailed them about it but it could 2-3 weeks for a response
Same here - didn't recognise anything I put in - and we're leaving in about a month. Have you had any response from them as yet?
Let me guess you are not using Chrome? Site basically doesn't work with any other browser - utter rubbish!
I tried to make an order but it didn't recognise my booking reference. even my flight details when I tried. Ive emailed them about it but it could 2-3 weeks for a response
Same here - didn't recognise anything I put in - and we're leaving in about a month. Have you had any response from them as yet?
If you're going to the Canaries then get it out there or on the way back in the airport, was way cheaper when we were out in November.
Ok, couple of things, its been a long time since I went on holiday in the EU so not sure about the on board sales. Duty free is definitely cheaper than buying in turkey. 2 people, 4 bottles, 7 days, I don't think we will be in the room all night drinking. It took me around 6 attempts to get through to book, managed to do it around 8am if that's any help.
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Florida, 2 Weeks In June From Glasgow @ Rosen Inn, + Flight + Car Hire. £665.99 PER PERSON!!!! @ Thomascook

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Was browsing Florida deals on Thomas Cook and came across this offer, £665.99 per person is insanely cheap! 8th June to 22nd June 2016 from Glasgow. £1331.98 for a couple for two weeks in Florida!
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And those car hire firms, loitering round the bottom prices of your car hire agent , I would not touch with a barge pole
Nope. Thrifty in August, Dollar in Oct.
You're being a massive douchebag when I'm trying to help.
Help then!

Don't just give a vague price, give a bit of proof that the price exists.

With a reputable company
And those car hire firms, loitering round the bottom prices of your car hire agent , I would not touch with a barge pole
Nope. Thrifty in August, Dollar in Oct.
You're being a massive douchebag when I'm trying to help.

Yer your right, he's being a massive douchebag, not patronising at all like yourself.:p:p

"£400 for 2 weeks car hire? Behave son.
Unless you're going for a 7-Series or Maybach, the most you'll ever pay is £225, then factor in Quidco/vouchers etc,"
And those car hire firms, loitering round the bottom prices of your car hire agent , I would not touch with a barge pole
Nope. Thrifty in August, Dollar in Oct.
You're being a massive douchebag when I'm trying to help.
£400 for 2 weeks car hire? Behave son.
Unless you're going for a 7-Series or Maybach, the most you'll ever pay is £225, then factor in Quidco/vouchers etc,
You sure son?
Yes. Been going since 2001, normally for 3 weeks but even then, most we ever paid for £365.
Generally use carrentals.co.uk with Full > Full fuel and no added extras.
Yeah, I go every year too.
Can you show me where to get a great car for £225 for two weeks. As you said.
Sure. Use carrentals.co.uk with Quidco or Topcashback (plus always scout around for a voucher code). Do what we do and pre-pay for a year of car rental excess insurance with Questor (also through Quidco) which saves cash at the airport desk. Ignore all the upgrades, add-ons and upselling too - even breakdown cover is included.
Just booked 1 trip for August and another for October this year (both to FL, both for 2 weeks).
Aug = £211
Oct = £198
So..............
.....you can't
FFS
Can't what?
And those car hire firms, loitering round the bottom prices of your car hire agent , I would not touch with a barge pole
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Very cheap deal to Las Vegas with direct flights - £461.00 Thomas Cook

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Very cheap deal to Las Vegas flying out on 30th may for a week from Glasgow direct flights return 6th June. The circus circus is a basic hotel but you are never in your room long in Vegas. There…
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tempted just as a cheap flight to get to Cali in July
Nevermind its a dive, but it's just too far from the action!
It is an absolute dive!
It's a good price for a week in Vegas, so heat added. But in my experience the £100 to upgrade to the Luxor would be money well spent. Circus Circus is not a nice hotel and is quite a distance up the strip.
Well said. I wandered around that end of the strip and never felt unsafe
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Last minute week in Tenerife, 2 ad £178pp ex Manchester 17th May £356.00 @ Thomas Cook

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Good last minute deal from Thomas Cook leaving Manchester. One week to El Sombrero in Los Gigantes for 2 adults only £178 pp in a 2 bed apt. Doesn't include transfers and is self catering. Good rat…
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not Thomson
psmith1958
dont forget the extra £100 off with code MED100


£100 not for hols to Tenerife
dont forget the extra £100 off with code MED100
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ashmac
£309.98 to get blown up or kidnapped :p seems like a good deal
Nice. And knee jerk too.
ashmac
£309.98 to get blown up or kidnapped :p seems like a good deal


​you will only be in London for a short while. Once out of London it should be fine.
£309.98 to get blown up or kidnapped :p seems like a good deal
Bit too close to Syria!
I've stayed in the Emre if it's Altinkum. Nice and near the beach.
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Glasgow to Vegas, 7 nights RO, 19th May, Westgate Las Vegas Resort, 2 adults £437pp (£874.00) @ Thomas cook

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I thought this was a fab price from Glasgow for 7 nights in Vegas. It seems to be an average hotel from tripadvisor reviews but at £437pp including flights its still a good deal. You could even pay
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cold for me - i dont gamble
neither do i but the place is unbelievable - went for the first time last year and going back again in 3 weeks. there's no place like it.
nothing wrong with staying downtown in vegas. its buzzing on a night time. just got back and spent 7 nights on the strip and 4 nights downtown. really enjoyed it. cannot wait to go back!
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kd035050
flight only is £380, good price on its own
To be fair when I think about it for your price I would just stay there It may be fine I just didn't fancy from pics and the location. Get it booked you will have a ball. Im in Florida then or I would book
I have to ask! What do you do for a living that lets you travel so much (and afford it)?
Mind your own business. I work hard n so does my wife. Just bought a 30k car want to know anything else?????????????????
It was an innocent question.
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kd035050
flight only is £380, good price on its own
To be fair when I think about it for your price I would just stay there It may be fine I just didn't fancy from pics and the location. Get it booked you will have a ball. Im in Florida then or I would book
I have to ask! What do you do for a living that lets you travel so much (and afford it)?


Mind your own business. I work hard n so does my wife. Just bought a 30k car want to know anything else?????????????????
mcguire85
kd035050
flight only is £380, good price on its own
To be fair when I think about it for your price I would just stay there It may be fine I just didn't fancy from pics and the location. Get it booked you will have a ball. Im in Florida then or I would book
I have to ask! What do you do for a living that lets you travel so much (and afford it)?
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14 Nights Thomas Cook 5-Star Signature All-Inclusive holiday to Dalaman including flights from Gatwick (incl 20 kg allowance, seat choice, inflight meals), transfers, resort service and travel insurance £319.89

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If the link doesn't work, search for 2 week all-inclusive Signature holidays starting 15-April and sort by "Best savings" on Thomas Cook webiste After adding Travel Insurance, use Code MED100 to kn…
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The link isnt working on this so im assuming its no longer offered by thomas cook
Deal_guy
applebyJedi
I'm avoiding any area where the predominant religion is not Christian!
So you would also be avoiding Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, India, China incl Hong Kong, Nepal, South Korea, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Macau, Taiwan, Israel, Thailand, Bhutan, Maldives, Cambodia .... and given the technological developments, "the space". Something tells me you won't be missed in these areas.


​Why even respond to that sickening asshat?
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MisterSkinflint
The facts are that a holiday maker has more chance of being murdered in a Muslim country than in any other religious state. The most menacing thought is that these Islamic terrorists are totally indiscriminate as they walk along the beach firing automatic assault rifles or mowing down tourists as they alight coaches....... Only the facts.
Wouls be interested to see the statistics that back that up. Got a link?
No stats needed, it's common sense.
A large proportion of people from Islamic countries detest western society and everything it stands for. (That is, if they follow their religious book which most do)
If you are a Kufar in an Islamic country then you are a target I'm afraid. That doesn't mean everyone going to Turkey will get killed..of course not. But you've got a LOT more chance coming to harm in an Islamic holiday resort than you have in say the Canary Islands or Cyprus.
My word you do make it up as you go along lol
Nowt to do with me if Muslims have mown down holidaymakers in a Muslim country but never in Spain or Cyprus.
It's basic facts and pure common sense that you're more likely to come to harm in a Muslim country.
Why on earth do you think they tell you not to venture out the resort in Egypt and Tunisia? And that when you go on certain coach trips there you have to be escorted by armed units? It's not for show you know, it's because it is unsafe to be in that country as a Kufar unless you are either under armed guard or within the confines of the hotel/resort.
That tells you ALL you need to know about what muslims in those countries think of westerners.
I know it must be difficult taking time out from your career as a demographist.However it might serve you well not to forget your training.
Glad you've come back and owned up to being wrong.
You also have a short and selective memory.
Also nievity is also at play with you.
Next you'll be saying to vote to stay IN the EU.
Lmfao
Oh my God! I've just realised i'm having a debate with a child.When you become a big boy or girl you'll realise that tabloid newspapers aren't the factual entities you believe them to be.Night night kiddo...I'm off to a 5* all inclusive in Turkey later today and yes I did get it for a fantastic Hot UK Deal.

And PS..have fun with the locals in Turkey...lmfao

Just be careful where you venture out to.
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The facts are that a holiday maker has more chance of being murdered in a Muslim country than in any other religious state. The most menacing thought is that these Islamic terrorists are totally indiscriminate as they walk along the beach firing automatic assault rifles or mowing down tourists as they alight coaches....... Only the facts.
Wouls be interested to see the statistics that back that up. Got a link?
No stats needed, it's common sense.
A large proportion of people from Islamic countries detest western society and everything it stands for. (That is, if they follow their religious book which most do)
If you are a Kufar in an Islamic country then you are a target I'm afraid. That doesn't mean everyone going to Turkey will get killed..of course not. But you've got a LOT more chance coming to harm in an Islamic holiday resort than you have in say the Canary Islands or Cyprus.
My word you do make it up as you go along lol
Nowt to do with me if Muslims have mown down holidaymakers in a Muslim country but never in Spain or Cyprus.
It's basic facts and pure common sense that you're more likely to come to harm in a Muslim country.
Why on earth do you think they tell you not to venture out the resort in Egypt and Tunisia? And that when you go on certain coach trips there you have to be escorted by armed units? It's not for show you know, it's because it is unsafe to be in that country as a Kufar unless you are either under armed guard or within the confines of the hotel/resort.
That tells you ALL you need to know about what muslims in those countries think of westerners.
I know it must be difficult taking time out from your career as a demographist.However it might serve you well not to forget your training.
Glad you've come back and owned up to being wrong.
You also have a short and selective memory.
Also nievity is also at play with you.
Next you'll be saying to vote to stay IN the EU.
Lmfao
Oh my God! I've just realised i'm having a debate with a child.When you become a big boy or girl you'll realise that tabloid newspapers aren't the factual entities you believe them to be.Night night kiddo...I'm off to a 5* all inclusive in Turkey later today and yes I did get it for a fantastic Hot UK Deal.


Who mentioned tabloids?

Next you'll be telling me that a muslim man never mown down a load of tourists on a beach in Tunisia in the name of ISIS.

I suppose that was all a conspiracy was it? Or made up by the papers?
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7 nights Fuerteventura from Glasgow £175.00 23/03 Self catering through Thomas Cook

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7 nights to v well rated Las Marismas in Fuerteventura. Rarely find deal from Glasgow but this is £175pp for 2 adults or £149pp for 2a & 2c. Self catering through Thomas Cook. Bit last minute as date…
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Just tried again now and no longer available. Sold fast :-)
Any links to this deal
This deal is unfortunately not on the website
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Thomas Cook Orlando Florida from £1,420.00 family of four for two weeks, inc Flights and Hotel leaving 18/06/16

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*** Update *** prices have jumped £500 so I have expired this, regular checks on prices do help if planning a florida trip as they may drop again. Florida prices have dropped. Thomas cook are offer…
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Great if you have small kids, the rest of us face fines if we dare take our kids out of school :(
Quite right too!
And why is that exactly?
Because we're all part of a society that depends on the education of our kids for our continued prosperity and us taxpayers are all paying for that education. No need to set your kids' expectations as low as your own!
Don't be so silly...Spending quality time with your parents is one of the most important things you can do, especially these days where kids grow up far too quickly. A lot of parents are simply priced out of taking their children on holiday when forced to wait until school holidays. Have you ever considered that holidays can be both educational AND fun?
You really think a one or two week holiday per year in term time is going to cause your child to have learning issues, problems getting a job when they're older, seriously?
As long as you don't take your child on holiday during a critical moment in their education there isn't a problem with it at all. My aspirations for my child are great as well, don't assume they aren't. You are being extremely small minded in your opinions.
Taxpayers are paying for the education that's correct, taxpayers are also paying for a lot of other things too which force a lot or hardworking people out of being able to pay for a 'decent' holiday outside of term time. Would you deprive a child of ever seeing another country for the sake of upsetting taxpayers when its the parent footing the cost of the holiday anyway!?
In a way, if a child is on holiday during term time that's actually a bonus to the other kids in their class in this day and age due to the rising classroom numbers...
Wrong, just wrong! Next you'll be claiming a visit to Disney Florida in term time is one of their human rights!
I'm not wrong, you need to think about it some more
We're you out of school when they taught rational argument and debate? Next you'll be claiming there's a fine just because they're nasty people.
We're you out of school when they taught rational argument and debate? Next you'll be claiming there's a fine just because they're nasty people.[/q
' We're ' is an abbreviation for ' We are ' , I'm guessing you were guilty of missing a few English lessons. Perhaps you were holidaying in Disney when they were teaching this ? lol
I think people should really just get off the moral high ground on this one. It is reasonable to accept that there are conflicting views here.
I personally think the current state of our education system is at an all time to low. Exams are being made less difficult so more learners make the grades. The grades themselves are constantly being changed , again so the schools look like they are achieving but in real terms they simply are not.
I fear for the generations to come unless we see change soon.
Back to topic , this is a great price for a quality holiday and regardless of peoples opinions regarding taking children away from school during term time , I'm voting HOT !
You're absolutely correct and I hang my head in shame - really!
Could only find 5 grammatical errors in your post in a quick read ;).

Keyboard warrior ALERT , I'm going to hide now !
Still some good deals to be had. We snagged a fortnight for 6 with 4 bed villa in May for £3k. Very happy, thanks OP.

Direct flights alone are £500, so we have got our villa for free :)
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Great if you have small kids, the rest of us face fines if we dare take our kids out of school :(
Quite right too!
And why is that exactly?
Because we're all part of a society that depends on the education of our kids for our continued prosperity and us taxpayers are all paying for that education. No need to set your kids' expectations as low as your own!
A half reasonable argument until that last pointless insult. The fact is that schools could easily allow 1 x 7-10 day holiday per family without damaging their education. The current situation doubles the already heavy cost of a holiday which either stops some families going or costs them a large proportion of their income. Who isn't affected by the fines? The high income clowns who set the laws, and those in private education who don't need to follow the same holiday dates as government authorities. The social and educational experience of visiting another country far outweighs any negatives from a week or so out of school.
Well, I could take your arguments apart one by one but this isn't the place. I'll simply say that I disagree with you. As far as "...social and educational experience of visiting another country far outweighs any negatives..." goes I don't think a week at Disney even starts to support that point. What happens to the kids when some important stage in their education (eg some key principle in maths or physics) happens to fall into that 7-10 day window? With attitudes like that is there any wonder that the UK's educational achievement is so low down the world league table?
As someone who used to go on holiday occasionally during termtime as a kid (once or twice to Disney), went to a frankly terrible school, and yet ended up with postgraduate qualifications and a directors job at one of the world's largest companies - I disagree. Oh and feel free to argue - one of my clearly lucky degrees involved critical argument theory.
Your argument reminds me of those people who will say their grandparent smoked all their life and lived to 110 so smoking isn't harmful to health. Presumably you're just arguing that a few absences are only a bit harmful, or are you going to claim they are actually beneficial as some have done?
I suspect a proper analysis would show a correlation between those who can least afford to lose a bit of school time and those who do. Underachieving parents having underachieving kids. Generalisation with plenty of exceptions of course, but broadly true nonetheless.
You just shot yourself in the foot there. If parents can afford to take their children to Disneyworld, you wouldn't really be able to call them underachieving would you.
The stats would more likely say that children from poor backgrounds would underachieve in school.
The whole point here is that by going during school time IT'S CHEAPER! By your logic the high achieving parents wouldn't need to save that money.
Cheaper maybe, But never cheap.
No point in arguing this with someone who has never been.
Flights are the main variable that people are getting ripped off with. Everything else will be virtually the same price whatever time you go.
Been there many times; even lived a long day's drive away for 4 years. The reason 'everything else will be virtually the same price' is that American's visit in winter and get out in summer when the weather is terrible (very hot, very humid and often stormy).
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Great if you have small kids, the rest of us face fines if we dare take our kids out of school :(
Quite right too!
And why is that exactly?
Because we're all part of a society that depends on the education of our kids for our continued prosperity and us taxpayers are all paying for that education. No need to set your kids' expectations as low as your own!
A half reasonable argument until that last pointless insult. The fact is that schools could easily allow 1 x 7-10 day holiday per family without damaging their education. The current situation doubles the already heavy cost of a holiday which either stops some families going or costs them a large proportion of their income. Who isn't affected by the fines? The high income clowns who set the laws, and those in private education who don't need to follow the same holiday dates as government authorities. The social and educational experience of visiting another country far outweighs any negatives from a week or so out of school.
Well, I could take your arguments apart one by one but this isn't the place. I'll simply say that I disagree with you. As far as "...social and educational experience of visiting another country far outweighs any negatives..." goes I don't think a week at Disney even starts to support that point. What happens to the kids when some important stage in their education (eg some key principle in maths or physics) happens to fall into that 7-10 day window? With attitudes like that is there any wonder that the UK's educational achievement is so low down the world league table?
As someone who used to go on holiday occasionally during termtime as a kid (once or twice to Disney), went to a frankly terrible school, and yet ended up with postgraduate qualifications and a directors job at one of the world's largest companies - I disagree. Oh and feel free to argue - one of my clearly lucky degrees involved critical argument theory.
Your argument reminds me of those people who will say their grandparent smoked all their life and lived to 110 so smoking isn't harmful to health. Presumably you're just arguing that a few absences are only a bit harmful, or are you going to claim they are actually beneficial as some have done?
I suspect a proper analysis would show a correlation between those who can least afford to lose a bit of school time and those who do. Underachieving parents having underachieving kids. Generalisation with plenty of exceptions of course, but broadly true nonetheless.
You just shot yourself in the foot there. If parents can afford to take their children to Disneyworld, you wouldn't really be able to call them underachieving would you.
The stats would more likely say that children from poor backgrounds would underachieve in school.
The whole point here is that by going during school time IT'S CHEAPER! By your logic the high achieving parents wouldn't need to save that money.

Cheaper maybe, But never cheap.
No point in arguing this with someone who has never been.
Flights are the main variable that people are getting ripped off with. Everything else will be virtually the same price whatever time you go.
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Besford, you really are being a plonker...
You flatterer! ;)
When reasoned argument fails you don't have to resort to name calling!
haha sorry, couldn't help myself :)
Don't worry, you'll probably grow out of it - eventually.

I hope not!!!
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7 Nights , All Inclusive - Calas de Mallorca Complex (Includes Flights, Meals, Drinks, Transfers & more) £286.00pp (£572 based on two) @ Thomas Cook (see 1st comment)

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Back down in price! Price based on pp, good reviews, all inclusive including 15kgs baggage, Transfers, Flights, meals and more. Flying from Manchester MAN 06:00am 3 May 2016 Arrive PMI 09:35 R…
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Excellent deal, lovely island, so heat from me....but I wouldn't do all inclusive at this hotel if you paid me.
Is it bad food or service then . it would be good to get honest reveiws
To be honest its more of a personal thing, certain things offend me (about most hotels, but specifically all inclusive hotels ) which don't bother others, so it wouldn't be fair to give my biased opinion. Check out tripadvisor reviews and draw your own conclusions from the reviews on that.
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It`s not the same hotel in the second photo. Just saying......
Nope, that's Club Calla Romani
Thats right, I stayed there in 2011, good complex for families, food was ok, no air conditioning though!
Askrulous
Excellent deal, lovely island, so heat from me....but I wouldn't do all inclusive at this hotel if you paid me.
Is it bad food or service then . it would be good to get honest reveiws

Edited By: cadmus on Feb 13, 2016 20:00
Looks very nice
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It`s not the same hotel in the second photo. Just saying......

Nope, that's Club Calla Romani
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Easter Holiday - Spain £992.00 @ thomascook

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Hope ive done this right! was looking for a holiday in the easter holidays for Me, my partner and our 3 kids aged 6,11 and 14 and came across this on the Thomas Cook website. £992 for all 5 of us self…
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it's not my kids Easter hols they break up on the 18th and back to school on the 4th :-(
maybe cheap because it is ranked #46 of 48 Hotels in Port d'Alcudia
I went last year, same hotel, 4 of us all inclusive, for less than £1k, just beware, it's a huge complex we moved rooms twice as they were dirty and smelly so ask to see your room first.
I used ice lolly or jet 2 can't remember, it is a very basic budget hotel and most of the shops are closed at that time of the year, but a nice escape from the uk.
it had those airports you can click on them all and they find the holiday. it's worth checking it out. doesn't have transfers but on holiday pirates have links for the cheapest ones. alcudia is fab though for kids.
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This is the 1st and last deal for the OP. :p
*than, not "then"
try using words to post a deal so people can understand it
maybe... what it is for example?
LINK USELESS - PLZ UPDATE OP
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Las Vegas 7 nights flight, luggage & hotel package only £461pp (total £922.00) @ Thomas Cook

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Great offer. Return flights departing from Glasgow 9th November, returning 16th November including luggage. Room only at Circus Circus. Price based on 2 Adults sharing. TripAdvisor reviews…
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Have to agree, Circus Circus is up near the end of the strip, would say the older part of strip, yes we used the bus and it was ok but like has been advised to far to walk, and the traffic it can take a while on the bus. was there in Sep and we stayed in the ARIA which was perfect 8)


​Plus one for the aria! there in june and wow, what a place! I can honestly see circus circus being thr next vegas hotel that has a "refurb"
Have to agree, Circus Circus is up near the end of the strip, would say the older part of strip, yes we used the bus and it was ok but like has been advised to far to walk, and the traffic it can take a while on the bus. was there in Sep and we stayed in the ARIA which was perfect 8)
gemini24
Tuscany Suites is my choice for a good standard but relaxed low budget stay. Great food, decent casino and a 10 minute walk to centre Strip. I've stayed in several high end hotels when attending work related exhibitions in Vegas but, if I'm paying, Tuscany gives me excellent value for money in a good location.


My parents have also stayed many times there and recommend it. They have also stayed at Bellagio a few times and Treasure Island a few times also. They have always says, like others on here, that Circus Circus is an absolute dump from when they have seen it and wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
Circus circus is awful. Do not stay there! Plenty of other great hotels at decent prices around. Circus circus is a bad representation of Vegas.
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7 nights I'd be dead
we usually go for 12 nights....... and that isn't enough!

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