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From Manchester: Long Weekend in Rome (3 nights) January 2017 just £111.86pp £223.73

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Here is a lovely long weekend (leaving on a Friday returning on a Monday), to Rome from Manchester. It is from 6th-9th January, so just after Christmas, so forget getting your other half rubbish Chri…
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Any good with kids. 1 year old and 2.5 year old? Or is it too busy
Villa Borghese is free and wonderful. After a few hectic days in busy Rome it's the antidote.
Why is this hot? I would normally expect to pay this price but for a citybreak in the summer on Ryanair. Not for one in the depths of January when nobody travels as they have no money after Christmas.
if you got time to spare (but with just 3 days it is a bit difficult), Ostia antica and the modern Ostia are well worth a visit. simply catch the train and get some proper winter sun by the sea while visiting a proper Roman town

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I went to Rome in January this year - weather was lovely (very hot actually) and 3 days was enough to do all the main attractions. Don't forget to include the city tax, payable to your accommodation on arrival and is per person per night. We bought the bus tickets on the plane to make life easy.
Think I paid about £250 for 2 of us for 3 days, flights from Liverpool and decent self catering accommodation.
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Eating out is EXPENSIVE. 'Attractions' are EXPENSIVE (but to can buy a pass beforehand which gets you fast track entry into some of the places). There are lots of lucky lucky men everywhere who tirelessly try to flog junk and can be a bit inappropriate. Didn't bother us but might do for other people.
Everywhere is within walking distance if you are relatively fit and heathy. We did a lot of stuff on day one in 27c heat with large back packs full of stuff. And I was pregnant.
Well worth going.
Eating out is as expensive as you make it and a lot of the main sights are free. Yes you have to pay € 7 to go in the collaseum but it is more impressive from the outside and Vatican, pantheon and main squares are free to roam. Sitting in a piazza with a gelato is not expensive and a great way to spend the afternoon. You can spend a fortune if you want though.
The colosseum is more than that, I think it was €12 each. And the Vatican museums, the basilica, the forum all cost more €€€. The metro/tube wasn't too bad. Why bother going if you're not going to see all the stuff? Yes, you can sit with an expensive ice cream on a bench...but you can also do that in the UK. I also think you'd struggle eating just ice cream for 4 days. :D
The Vatican is free, the museum €15 and is a full day, trevi fountain, Spanish steps all free. I don't just sit on benches eating ice cream I spend around two months a year in Roma and was just making the point that it doesn't have to be a bank breaking trip
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From Liverpool: 7 Nights in Gran Canaria inc flights, hotel & transfers £169.24pp at Ebookers £338.49

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This is one for us all in the North West - leaving from Liverpool, a great price for a regional airport. The dates are from 10th-17th December, so some nice winter sun. I've picked a great hotel,
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Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia
It was HOT0816 but it expired on 28/08!!

It's an extra £10 now but book on Venere using code here

This is now the cheapest for this hotel at £233.07.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 29, 2016 05:01
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Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia

It was HOT0816 but it expired on 28/08!!
Anyone help me with the discount code please for ebookers Tia
iv always gone Canaries in December as its cheaper and yet iv always come home with a tan. out of years been it's only rained twice. heat from me.
Sun is not guaranteed here in Dec , some days it's raining and temps drop to 15 . Still a good deal though so voted hot . Our preference is the Caribbean over Xmas and new year where temps are 25-30 , but you do get the odd shower . But this is about £3000 cheaper !!!!!
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Bargain weekend trip (3 nights, Friday - Monday) from Manchester to Madeira for just £79pp @ EasyJet £157.96

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This deal is based on 2 people travelling from Manchester to Madeira for 3 nights (December 9-12) and staying in a hotel in Funchal. Flights booked through easyJet.com - £113.96 - £56.98 each Ac…
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im portuguese and i wouldn't go there for free in all honesty
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book the accommodation through the venere app (owned by expedia) using code MOBVAP5 for 15% off. I've just booked a stay at Disney and saved a small fortune
Thanks for the tip!
book the accommodation through the venere app (owned by expedia) using code MOBVAP5 for 15% off. I've just booked a stay at Disney and saved a small fortune
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15% off September 8th - October 31st Bookings at Travelodge

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Bob Martin Vetcare Bank Holiday Weekend 15% off

Instructions:Voucher code works until midnight 19/08. 15% off with purchases over £40.  
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15% off EVERYTHING @Autobulbsdirect this bank holiday Monday

Instructions:15% off everything at autobulbsdirect this bank holiday Monday using code BANKH15. Also free delivery on orders over £20! I always buy my bulbs and wipers from here as they seem to be cheapest!  
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Bank Holiday Treat! £5 off £20+ using code @justeat + 4% quidco / TCB

Instructions:Bank Holiday Treat! £5 off £20+ sp3nd at just eat Either online or using app Code- B160-XC54  
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Doesn't work - please no one else waste your time....
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Thanks ... Baby is at the grandparents for the night just what we needed a cheap night in with an Indian... Who said romance is dead have a great night everyone
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£5 off bank holiday weekend orders over £15 Just eat via Voucher cloud

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Code is? :/
Worked without problems.

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EXTRA 5% OFF EVERYTHING - BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND @ 7dayshop

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Grill Sergeant 12 inch BBQ £9.99 with FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY @ eBuyer (Buy today for del Saturday)

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Fab Price with FREE NEXT DAY Delivery, if you order TODAY in next 7 hours you will get it Tomorrow (Saturday). Just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend BBQ's. He's not huge, but he is great looking
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every time i see this im always reminded of super troopers lolhttp://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/article_640x430/public/superhed.jpg
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Mother of god
Got mine. Quality is shoddy but for a tenner the novelty factor is OK I suppose.
andyb83
My brother had one of these. It literally destroyed itself on the first use!

I used mine for the first time on Wednesday and it didn't destroy itself.

It's not perfect for parties. too small

Not a great bbq but sure looks the part. Got mine on Amazon for 12.60 Inc post

Https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ol/B00QGZ9EIC/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=new





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these don't get enough air to the coals and don't burn hot enough. the selection of bbqs in the range is excellent for anyone looking for good quality cast iron bbqs
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25% off Hungry House this bank holiday @Vouchercloud

Instructions:Vouchercloud are offering 25% off Hungry House this bank holiday weekend.  
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just seen TV advert code is: TREAT , today only

Edited By: cheesybeanzz74 on Aug 27, 2016 17:10: spell
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spilmilk
use appyday as well they stack! just ordered 2 large kebabs for 3.75 delivered!


Didn't stack for me.


​Nor me. Only have one voucher code option, adding another removes the former.
spilmilk
use appyday as well they stack! just ordered 2 large kebabs for 3.75 delivered!


Didn't stack for me.
spilmilk
use appyday as well they stack! just ordered 2 large kebabs for 3.75 delivered!

no it cant be!?!?!
use appyday as well they stack! just ordered 2 large kebabs for 3.75 delivered!
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Stay in a converted whisky barrel. Yeah really! £23.00pppn from Holiday Pirates.

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Breakfast, Internet & Heating included. Location is Forres in the north of Scotland. Check out this opportunity to stay in a boutique converted whisky barrel!
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got to be worth a punt, look what happened to oblix when he fell into the cauldron...
Forres is home to Benromach distillery and Dhallas Dhu historic distillery which is well worth a visit. Easy driving distance from Inverness. thoroughly recommended Fort George and Culloden for day trips.
Flowerdew
Dram-atic scenery guaranteed!
Actually No it's not. That first image is Dunnottar Castle just outside Stonehaven. Which is about 100 miles from Forres.
( though I did see your play on words)
Looks like you're on a roll with this deal :)
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I'd be worried about how many previous guests have licked the walls.


​I would be more worried about how many have **** the walls


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15% off Bank Holiday Weekend @ Robert Dyas

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10% off Bank Holiday Sale with Voucher @ Modern Rugs

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Free access to UK records on Ancestry.co.uk this bank holiday weekend

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Received an email this morning: Free access to UK records - Starts today‏ The sooner you start, the longer you get Are you from a long line of adventurers? Perhaps a recently discovered cousin…
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They didn't even have MY details!??????
elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!


​Time travel always a burden in my life. I never know which travel card to buy.
The accuracy is useless I think this would hinder finding your family tree rather than help!
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elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!

Your mum gave birth to your dad before she was born? I really shouldn't have had that extra tot!


​i tell ya when I told my mum she was more than a little surprised
elizabethyorks
After about an hour of being nosey I have found out my mum gave birth to my dad a year before she was born!

Your mum gave birth to your dad before she was born? I really shouldn't have had that extra tot!
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5% off everything at the 7 day shop over the bank holiday weekend

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From Birmingham: 8 night Twin Centre Balearic Holiday April/May 2017 £198.24pp @ booking.com £396.48

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This is a lovely Spanish break which explores two of the Balearic islands, Majorca and Menorca. The dates are from 30th April until the 8th May and you will have 4 nights on each island. 30th Ap…
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How much more for all insclusive
You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
Can you get me the best deal as im not good at doing stuff like this. Thanks. Would be much appreciated

You just need to go on a search engine like alpharooms or travelrepublic and search for a hotel for each of these places for all inclusive for the dates you want. Sorry but I'm not a paid travel agent. If I put together individual deals for everyone that messaged me I'd have to replace my full time job! Alternatively, you can print this off and perhaps ask a local travel agent to find a package for you.
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How much more for all insclusive
You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
Can you get me the best deal as im not good at doing stuff like this. Thanks. Would be much appreciated
5reds
How much more for all insclusive

You will need to adjust this to suit, I'm not even sure the hotels that I've picked do all inclusive. You could easily choose alternative hotels that do offer this.
How much more for all insclusive
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£125 off July & August 2017 Holidays @ Sandals with Offer Code

Instructions:T&Cs: Book by midnight on 31 Aug 2016. Quote SUMMER when booking. £125 discount is per booking, valid on package bookings only on selected departures in July and August 2017 only. Min stay 7 nights. Terms & Conditions apply  
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Pentax Lenses - Bank Holiday Reductions eg 50mm £79.00 (usually £89.00) / 300mm £749.00 (usually £999.00) @ SRS Microsystems

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Offer ends 31st August Item Offer Price Saving Coupon Code 35mm Macro f/2.8 Limited £399.00 £70.00 pentax35 70mm f/2.4 Limited £349.00 £120.00 pentax70 15mm f/4.0 ED AL Limited £369.00 £70.00 p…
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£50 off per Booking on Iceland Holidays with Voucher @ Thomson

Instructions:Terms and Conditions: Discount is valid on our package holidays departing between 01st Nov 2016 ? 31st December 2016. The offer is valid from 24th August 2016 on thomson.co.uk. The offer is not valid on bookings made through any call centre. The offer does not apply to group bookings of more than 9
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Compact Digital Air Compresspr Half Price instore at Tesco for £6.50

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Hi i went to tesco cheetham hill last night and saw this electric car pump going half price, i have always been meaning to buy one just to keep in the car and at this price i couldn't resist. Unsure i…
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http://i66.tinypic.com/jilwrd.jpg


​Along with the Tesco Value Tissues looks like you really cleaned up there. :p
I bought mine from Asda I think it's autocare and it's brilliant apart from the tube gets very hot after long use, you'll spend ages trying to put everything back together and the digital gauge is a bit iffy but never the less it's useful...BTW I paid more than the advertised price.
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thats not the one i bought mine is digital which imho is better but same idea


Nice find :)
thats not the one i bought mine is digital which imho is better but same idea
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Cheap flight to Majorca from Belfast £29.00pp return 1-8 September @ Thomson Holidays

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Thomson have flights From Belfast International (BFS) to Palma de Mallorca (PMI), return to Belfast International (BFS) Thu 01 Sep 2016 06:00 10:00 Thu 08 Sep 2016 11:00 13:00 7 NIG…
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I did post a deal that encoeporated similar cheap flights and they were less than £25. They had August dates and are probably selling off remaining seats hence the September release of dates now.

As others have said accommodation is expensive which bumps the price up on a holiday. If you are willing to drive and perhaps head further afield you may get some bargains.

For under £40pp return you can get a return ferry from Menorca to Alcudia, could be an option for those wanting a twin centre break.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 25, 2016 08:56
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in September all flights go cheep.

True. Just after school holidays end conveniently lol
heat added only because its from Belfast
Cheap flights but hotels are practically all sold out for all the dates and even for others like Lanzarote and Menorca
Hotels are still not sensibly priced.
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From London: 2 Nights/3 Days Prague City Centre Hotel Break £73.75pp @ Expedia £147.51

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Prague is a lovely city for a cheap break, with fantastic reasonably priced hotels and cheap food and drink, it's one of my favourite city breaks. This is a great value 2 night/3 day deal for under £7…
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Brilliant, glad you got there in the end. Hope you enjoy the break.
rachelandgromit
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That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!
The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.
Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.
Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.
Again, thank you!
I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!
Do you have a link?

The prices have gone up a bit, but if you book on Ebookers you can get a better deal.

here

Make sure you enter the code at checkout where it asks you if you have a voucher and enter the code for 15% off found in the voucher section of hotukdeals here


What a star you've been....thank you so much for all your help and patience!!!

All booked now. Can't wait....!!
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That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!
The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.
Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.
Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.
Again, thank you!
I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!
Do you have a link?

The prices have gone up a bit, but if you book on Ebookers you can get a better deal.

here

Make sure you enter the code at checkout where it asks you if you have a voucher and enter the code for 15% off found in the voucher section of hotukdeals here

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 28, 2016 23:09
rachelandgromit
GILLFREEBIE
rachelandgromit
That's exactly right Gillfreebie. If you get your flight first and then find a hotel that's pretty much it. There are a range of resources that will help you get from the airport to the city.
Here are a couple of good starting points that may help you:hereAnd here
Thank you so much. That's really helpful. Very out of my comfort zone here!! Going to try and book it now...
Do you have a rough idea of cost of transfers ? Also will there be any other add ons you know of? My friends on a very tight budget!

The prices are all on those links, you'll need to do some reading and decide on what your friend wants as they are all different prices, for example a taxi will be far more expensive than public transport.

Once you've got your flight, hotel and transfers (whichever you choose), that's pretty much it. Of course, food, drink, etc will all be extra but then you can spend as little or as much as you want and Prague is very reasonable for food, drink.

Make sure your luggage meets the airline requirements for hand luggage so you don't get stung on excess luggage or size requirements, and then that's pretty much it.


Again, thank you!

I have flights booked now but can't find hotel on Expedia!!!

Do you have a link?
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Chessington World of Adventures Resort Glamping for 4 people +Tickets for 4 including 2 Days Entry to Theme Park, Sea Life Centre and Zoo £149.00 September 1st (School Holiday) - Wowcher

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£129 if you go through school time, but 1st September is avaliable We’re offering you an overnight break for a family of (up to) four to Chessington World of Adventures Resort Explorer Glamping in…
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The small print says you get a standard tent. Is that the one in the picture?
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1st sept booked out

bloody hell, reckon there was 1 tent... £169 for Friday in School Holiday now or weekends in Sep
1st sept booked out
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Aldi is selling 'the worlds most expensive steak' (Wagyu) for under £5 (£4.99) this bank holiday - Starts 25/8

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On Thursday, August 25, customers will be able to buy the wagyu steak for a limited time only and while stocks last. Demand is expected to be high, so a limit of two steaks per purchase has been pl…
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Cooked one today, this ain't no wagyu beef. Bought a fillet for the Mrs from aldi which tasted tons better.
of course it is, Wagyu is no guarantee of quality, and there is no guarantee that Wagyu tastes nice, same applies to any steak for that matter
It's not wagyu not because of how it tasted but cos it had zero marbling. Furthermore wagyu has a soft fatty texure which this didn't have. This isn't my first wagyu rodeo


No, no and no......as described above. Wagyu is simply translated as japanese cow, nothing more, nothing less. it's not a trademark!

Not all Wagyu is japanese in fact, only a small proportion is.

The high marbling is of course the most desired type of Wagyu, and is expensive. which is what you clearly like but please don't assume all Wagyu is like that. - you should realise from the price it won't be the expensive stuff

It is a common misconception, a bit like people thinking sushi is just raw fish


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slliw
Cooked one today, this ain't no wagyu beef. Bought a fillet for the Mrs from aldi which tasted tons better.
of course it is, Wagyu is no guarantee of quality, and there is no guarantee that Wagyu tastes nice, same applies to any steak for that matter
It's not wagyu not because of how it tasted but cos it had zero marbling. Furthermore wagyu has a soft fatty texure which this didn't have. This isn't my first wagyu rodeo
slliw
Cooked one today, this ain't no wagyu beef. Bought a fillet for the Mrs from aldi which tasted tons better.

of course it is, Wagyu is no guarantee of quality, and there is no guarantee that Wagyu tastes nice, same applies to any steak for that matter
EN1GMA
so what is wagyu? im assuming its a certain type of cow? what makes it so different to command the premium price?
Wagyu is a bred of Japanese beef cow Wa means Japanese and gyu means cow, in Japan it is feed typically with a beer in its diet and they are massaged with sake, none of which happens to the stuff aldi are selling as it comes from New Zealand and is fed differently. I have never had either so could not comment on the difference.
This is just new Zealand beef, and not from Japan as wagyu is hence the name wagyu! i bet they are laughing their heads of at aldi selling nz beef for £5 a pop
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Haven Thorpe Park Bank Holiday Special Sat 27th Aug for 2 nights for 4 people £169.00

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This is not near Thorpe Park Theme Park BTW, though it is near to a couple of good theme parks.... anyway this is a Haven with a excellent swimming pool, but it is also a large Haven so will be very b…
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go on link but won't let me search for anything less than 3 nights.. Friday till Monday.. how can you search for 2?
"This is not near Thorpe Park Theme Park BTW..."

Too right, it's in Lincolnshire!

Pool and flumes look good, heat.
davidbrent
Cold. I have a wedding to attend this weekend.

rather pull my left testicle of with a pair of pliers than go to a wedding......soooooooo boring
Cold. I have a wedding to attend this weekend.
rok263
Best offer now seems to be £199 for 2 nights at Primrose Valley, West Yorks. Might be okay for someone for a quick 2 day break. Best offer on a 4 night stay is now £249 in Seton Sands, East Lothian. Mods is it time to expire this ?

nope back again...I did say you need to have a little patience
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From Belfast: Leaving tomorrow (24/08) Last Minute 2 week Menorca holiday based on 2A 2C £439.05pp @ Booking.com £1,756.52

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It's going tomorrow but these flights are a bargain, less than £25pp for return flights to Menorca. Combined with a cheap hotel and transfers and for less than £220pp per week you have a great value b…
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who's really gonna leave 2moro for 2 weeks?
I guess someone might be tempted if it was maybe half this price...

No idea but you never know. When the flights are less than £25 return from Belfast which is very cheap someone may jump.at the chance of a cheap deal. Unfortunately accommodation is expensive lastminute which bumps the price up, but normally flights from Belfast are significantly more than this.
who's really gonna leave 2moro for 2 weeks?
I guess someone might be tempted if it was maybe half this price...
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Picturesque Italian escape for £91.00pp - incl. flights, 2nts hotel w. hot-tub, breakfast & connections @ Holiday Pirates.

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At the 3* Locanda Poggioleone, offering an out-door pool and hot-tub with panoramic views of Umbria, situated in the very heart of Italy close to pretty Lake Trasimeno.
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Hot-tub :)

Wife will empty that when she plops in :D


Lucky you


​I think he meant the pool :D
When I went to Sienna our hotel out door pool was not open at the end of May so I suspect that the pool will not be open in October and website is silent on the matter.
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Is it going to be sunny and warm in October?
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Hot-tub :)

Wife will empty that when she plops in :D


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Xbox One Holiday Bundle with kinect ( 3 games) + Forza 6 and Overwatch Origins Edition (5 games in total) for £259.00 delivered @ Tesco Direct

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Use code TDX-GNKF at checkout Includes Forza 6, Overwatch Origins Edition, Dance Central Spotlight, Kinect Sport Rivals and Zoo Tycoon (also clubcard points) 500GB console with kinect Link sh…
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I love kinet 2.0, it actually does work, so it is such a pity MS made such a PR hash of the whole thing and basically killed it at launch, and that is sad because Kinect Sports is awesome, a cracking title by Rare that unfortunatly sank with MS mishandling of the whole thing, and that is shame because Rare really did knock it out of the park with Kinect sports Rivals.
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Don't understand why this has been voted hot. Those games are hardly AAA titles and its £260 for gods sake. You can get refurbished Xbox one for £180 with 12 month warranty easy.
You can get a brand new Xbox One with Quantum Break for £180 from Tesco.

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Should be colder than the Antarctic!
Don't understand why this has been voted hot. Those games are hardly AAA titles and its £260 for gods sake. You can get refurbished Xbox one for £180 with 12 month warranty easy.
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From London: 10 nights in Japan, inc central, good rated hotels & rail pass £993.52pp @ hotels.com

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I've just been planning my own trip to Japan and thought I'd put together a similar deal. I've chosen some good rated hotels that are near stations and also included a 7 day rail pass for Japan so the…
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Been Japan 8 times now.
Not sure I would bother with Japan Rail passes, they are expensive. You have a small window in which to use them as your not going to be continuously catching trains they work out poor value (prices have gone up a lot). Plus you are limited on which trains you can catch.

I found the rail pass to be good value, if you buy a one week pass and use it for the Narita Express & go to Kyoto or Osaka, you save money. On the And there is also a JR line in Tokyo that you can use it on. But the JR pass might not be good value for everyone, you should research before you buy one. You can only buy the rail pass outside Japan. There are six train types, you just can't use the two fastest types. Not really a big deal, there are plenty of trains and the 3rd fastest train is still travelling at 270 - 300kmph / 170 to 190 mph

As for flying folks should also check out ANA and JAL, they also have special foriegner rates - very big discounts - for internal Japan travel. You also have to buy this outside Japan.
Ill be in Japan (Osaka) in October.. trip number 9 here I come.
This is one of the best threads I've seen on here. We will be booking up as soon as flights for June 2017 are up. Thanks for posting this deal and thanks to all the useful comments above.
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Seems really expensive :/ There are plenty of amazing hostels in Japan at really decent prices with awesome staff who treat you like family so I've never bothered with a hotel as they're just too expensive. Also that flight is a little expensive - in 10 years that's the maximum I've ever paid (minimum £400ish but that was a while back and to Nagoya not Tokyo). Worth looking around if you're flexible with dates (Y) Hostels are Sakura (Asakusa), J-Hoppers (Kyoto/Takayama/Osaka/Hiroshima) and Khaosan (Fukuoka) that are all pretty good :)
The flight prices are under £400pp? I agree, there is cheaper if you are willing to use hostels and stay in ryokans that have shared bathrooms. Occasionally though when I put deals together with hostels or shared bathrooms people complain so I've picked good rated but cheap hotels. I'm using a mixture of hostels and hotels for my trip and some do have shared bathrooms but I know that isn't for everyone. In some cases I was getting hotels for around £60 a night when a private room with a shared bathroom on airbnb or in hostels was priced the same or more expensive! If you can get 10% off codes for hotels sometimes, but not always, you can get bargains. As always it's worth comparing once you know dates.
If this is really expensive then I must be an absolute fool , going to Japan in a month and paid £560 for flights, £330 for my 2 weeks JR pass, hotels are £600 in total. This sounds like a superb deal. Well done Rachel.
I'm there in October. Are you going end of September? You probably return just as I leave.
Awesome, I'll be there from 23rd Sept - 7th October :) Tokyo until the 28th - Osaka - 1st - Kyoto - 4th - Miyajima - Hiroshima - 6th and back to Tokyo for a 1 night stay and flying back!
In terms of itinerary, I havn't planned my day to day that well, just jotted a long list of things and me and my friends will just sort of decide when we're there. If you have any suggestions then let me know :D

sounds good, although I'm always sad people don't make it down to Kyushu. Fukuoka as well as having a comedy name, has amazing ramen, and is a good sized city with places like Nagasaki not far away on the train. My fave place though is the Aso region - it is stunningly beautiful, with amazing hot springs and ryokan, with the largest active volcano in Japan - the caldera circumference is 120km! Looking out from Daikanbo and imagining the whole thing 90,000 years ago is mind blowing. You can do hot mud sand baths in Oita too whilst seeing gorges and Yufuin close-by.

Also, the food is amazing - so varied even by region, and if you're not a fish eater like me, there is so much good meat to choose from (unlike the stereotypes)
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i just excitedly told a collegue about this japan deal
she said: "err.. i'd never go there 'cos of all the chinese people,"
i'll show her your comments/replies tomorrow
thank you in advance
sigh!

although, to be fair to the inbred, when in Kyoto in April it was so full of Chinese tourists you could barely move. Interesting how it changed as when I used to live there 10 years ago it was always generally busy, but you'd never see that many Chinese...
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I'm going to have to vote cold - I have no use for such land. I usually park outside my home anyway :p


As funny as the first poster...
Yep upto 75% off all the tat they can't sell
Cold because wtf even is this?
I'm going to have to vote cold - I have no use for such land. I usually park outside my home anyway :p
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I imagine it's all the sh#t they couldn't sell in store all year, put it on a car park print a flyer and people will queue around the block for all the sh#t they didn't want.

SOLD....take my money
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Travel Scrabble £8.00 at Sainsburys Wigan

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Ideal for summer holidays in UK, when you need a break from the sun. Found in the reduced section might just be local but still three others on the shelf.
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You'd get heat just for mentioning scrabble in this household
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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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Fantastic DEAL Dubai 2 week+ bargain holiday flights £45.00 one way return in October saving over £300 each, for quick cheap Getaway in October, Ideal weather in Dubai

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Flight to dubai only £112 total return from london quick cheap getaway in october , ideal dubai weather Autumn Summer SUN This is a great bargain deal i found and would book but unfortunately un…
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EXCELLENT,TRUE OF THIS SITE THESE DAYS. This is a deal on Dubai and yet people will just rail road this with other comments nothing to do with the deal.

My comments and those of others have everything to do with the deal, they concern the human rights abuses that go on in the UAE (see the previous comments including links detailing such abuses). There are people who actually care whether or not the country they want to visit is a good place y'know.

whether its 'halal' food items, deals discounted because of Eid, or holidays to places like dubai, it seems for some, thats a green light for a criticism on Muslims and Islam. and the Mods? they'll just allow it.

Who said anything bad about Muslims? I was talking about (among other things) the UAE's apostasy law. It is a perfectly legitimate criticism, especially for people who care about the human rights record of the country they're considering visiting.
If there was a deal for a cheap flight to SA during apartheid, it would be perfectly legitimate to talk about apartheid then.

Your second comment is a red herring and off-topic BTW.
There's no compulsion in Islam.
Again, if the Law is being misused, then that's the authorities. However, if it was so barbaric or extreme then we wouldn't get millions of people emigrating to the Middle East just so that they are earning tax free incomes!

Islam is a religion of peace, unfortunately there are too many people with limited understandings of this beautiful religion.

People are so oblivious to the truth that they don't even want to open their eyes. Education is the key to success.
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Please read upon the laws of apostasy and you will know that it isn't what it is explained in the media, it's very difficult to prove, there are witnesses required and so forth.
Do you actually realise how that sounds? 'Certain conditions have to be met before a person can be killed for changing their mind and leaving a religion'.
Murder is murder. UAE has a law that says people who leave religion X should be murdered. Do you understand people's opposition to a ruling that says a person should be murdered for a thought 'crime'?
Like the laws of adultery, fornication etc etc, they are hardly practiced due to the "extremely difficult nature of getting witnesses". Again, this applies with the laws of apostasy, loads of people leave Islam.
So it seems you don't realise how it sounds.
Let me rephrase it: the supposed difficulty in getting prosecutions is irrelevant to the fact that there is a law in the UAE that says people should be murdered for just leaving a religion. The law itself is the worst possible violation of the right to freedom of religion. Do you understand this?
Murder is murder. And yes, a threat to murder is still a threat to murder, regardless of whether that threat is carried out.

I think it is morally wrong to murder people for leaving a religion. Do you? I would hope so.

You are also failing to consider what the very existence of the law means: people who are too afraid to openly speak about their apostasy, to live their lives free from Islam. Just search for ex-muslims of 'country x' on facebook and you will see countless examples of people who have to hide their identity because they fear for their lives/safety/well-being.

If there was a law that said people who leave Christianity would be murdered, the number of prosecutions would be irrelevant, because it would still mean that there would be people who would have to fear for their lives and safety because of this barbaric law that punishes supposed thought 'crimes'.

Do you even know what Shariah Law is?


Yes I'm very familiar with it. And no, I don't get my information from tabloid newspapers. I get it from the religious scriptures, the various schools of jurisprudence, the scholars etc.

Let's also clarify, capital punishment exists in lots of countries, the UK had capital punishment, America still does as does Singapore, Pakistan, China, Thailand etc etc.
False equivalence fallacy. The US does not murder people for simply leaving a religion (though I am opposed to all forms of capital punishment).

I think there are more people who are dying innocently in this world than going on about apostasy. How many innocent people are dying on a daily basis due to corruption, terrorism, greed and power on a daily basis? Should we not protest??
You have a habit of using flawed reasoning. This is the fallacy of relative privation and is a flaming red herring.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fallacies#Red_herring_fallacies

Fallacy of relative privation ("not as bad as") – dismissing an argument or complaint due to the existence of more important problems in the world, regardless of whether those problems bear relevance to the initial argument.

The fact that there exists problem Y that is seemingly greater in magnitude than problem X, does not negate the fact that problem X is still a problem.

I'd send a video about apostasy but its slightly complicated so don't want to confuse you.
Your condescension is noted though unnecessary. I understand perfectly well how immoral and barbaric the apostasy ruling is.

I wasn't trying to be condescending what' so ever. It was merely in Arabic and I didn't want to confuse you. However if you are a Muslim/ex muslim etc, or you maybe someone who knows Arabic then I shall upload it.

There are hundreds of ex Muslims sites not just on Facebook but on the Web. Some are purely farcical nonsense.

Just because a law exists, it doesn't make that law wholly law bearing. There is discretion
Let's take for example the law of murder in Islam, there is also an element of clemency whereby blood money can be made as so that the other paltry can forgive or use it as a bargaining plea etc etc.

Similarly the UK and many commonwealth countries use the law of manslaughter to get a lesser sentence and for the majority they will plead diminished responsibility or They will plead insanity.

What are the crime rates of the UAE, what's the murder rate? Is it as high as the UK, USA or South Africa?
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Malta bargain 7nt winter sun holiday just £96.00pp incl. flights, hotel w. pool & transfers @ Holiday Pirates

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enjoy a week in gorgeous Malta in November or December for just £96pp including direct flights, a great hotel and transfers.
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I'm a 30something Englishman living in Malta and feel I should clarify a few things:

There isn't an immigrant problem. Yes there are immigrants (like most of Western Europe) and like all of us they're trying to improve their lives by working hard.

Crime is very low

Cockroaches are quite common (umm, it's hot and humid here!)

I've seen about 3 beggars in as many years
I went to Malta back in July and it was beautiful. We managed to get to see a few locations. The buses are fantastic especially as they had air conditioning in the 104f heat! One evening we missed the bus and the bus driver stopped for us on a hill!!

The people are so helpful, polite and proud of their country.

We asked for directions to get to Valletta and we asked a lady who suggested to get the ferry then the lift up to the Barrakka Gardens she said "it's beautiful way to get across the island!"

We highly recommend the Captain Morgan Jet Extreme speed boat to the Blue Lagoon at Malta's sister island. What an AWESOME way to travel across the island.
The speed boat is the naughty boy of the Captain Morgan fleet! Fantastic! X)

There's so many different places to eat right across the island to cater all tastes.
I has lots to offer for every type of traveller from the young to go and party the night away to travellers
who want to just get away and have a relaxing peaceful holiday.

Malta is an island with so much history. I've not been there for 24 years and from what has changed the areas that cater for the tourists but it still has the Maltese houses that makes the island for what it is, and island of history! Those that complain that it's boring as hell, it's beaches are not good then I suggest they do their research bon the island before booking their holiday! ;)

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meant for xenophobe

Says the geezer showing off his chav car.

You should just change your name to xenophobe, would save all the waffle.
Yeah it goes over your emotionally immature facile little head. Xenophobe because I don't agree with your mass immigation view.

​stop wasting your time googl ing and get a job

Lol, despite preaching about refugees, shows your true colours by telling someone you don't know to get a job.*
And try googling and reading about history so you get the true facts rather than relying on what you watch on TV.

* I work shifts.
People from the UK used to get benefits and pensions sent to them in Malta.
It is so cheap to live there in winter.

The weather is better than the U.K. at that time of year, but it's not brilliant.
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Orlando, Florida package £441.00pp - incl. flights, 2 weeks hotel, luggage & car hire @ Holiday Pirates.

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Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go

Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.

Has anyone actually had to claim with these insurance companies, Can't seem to find any info of experiences good or Bad.
crap exchange rate £1 gives you 99 cents tourists rates !!!!!!!! can't live with that ,time was when America was $1.80 to one pound
What are the dates on this?
shame it starts after school.
how much is it term time ?​
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Just a heads up, the included car hire does not include insurance or mandatory CDW, which you get absolutely raped for by Thompson/hire company etc when you pick up the car... Plus the generic expensive surcharges for drivers if you are under 25. It would still be cheaper arranging your own car hire with these fees included than paying the extra for this when you get there.

Or you could arrange your own insurance/CDW for next to nothing before you go



Never knew that, glad you've pointed that out! I'll definitely be going that route in the future.