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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15pp including flights, ferry and hotels @ booking.com

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13 nights around Milan, Lake Como, Sicily, Reggio Calabria and Rome for £336.15 each including flights, ferry and hotels. This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Milan from London Stansted on
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I would skip Reggio Calabria and stay more in sicily. But very good trip for the price.
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Who wants to fly same as you?
I can not be off too from 6th October till 19th October
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Nice trip. I am off to Lake Como this weekend coming :D


Love Como! Do a few boat trips across to the towns there are some gorgeous little towns like Bellagio <3
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I love Croatia I did a round trip from Zadar down to Dubrovnik and back up again if was amazing, defo do Lake Plitvice in Croatia it's amazing! Hope you find flights :D
Nice trip. I am off to Lake Como this weekend coming :D
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From London: April School holidays (for some) 6-14th April: Majorca Holiday for 2A 2C inc Tripadvisor 'Certificate of Excellence' accommodation, flights & car hire £101.45pp £405.81

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I've checked a few different school holiday sites and this seems to fit with quite a few school holiday dates. You leave London Gatwick on the evening of Thursday 6th April and return back in the ear…
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what if you've got three kids
I'm gonna vote hot just for thinking of us pioneers with children. (Great deal also :p)
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omele13
What about the weather on 6th of April?

Low 20's, but plenty of sunshine during the day. Too cold to swim outdoors unless heated pools.


​good question, but I'd thought it would have been mid 20s
omele13
What about the weather on 6th of April?

Low 20's, but plenty of sunshine during the day. Too cold to swim outdoors unless heated pools.
What about the weather on 6th of April?
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From Birmingham: India Trip, Golden Triangle & Ganges £531.74pp @ booking.com £1,063.49

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If you've ever fancied India then check out this amazing trip that sees you visit the Golden Triangle and also the Ganges. This trip is in March at the time of the Holi festival. There is a lot of che…
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Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!
I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!

Ooh you can give me some tips on food in Cambodia and Vietnam for my Christmas trip.
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Don't know anyone who's been to India and not got food poisoning, in some cases quite seriously. I'd love to see the place but it seems to be too dirty for 'delicate' western constitutions.
Depends where you eat/drink and just as importantly what you eat drink.
You're right, their levels of sanitation are significantly lower then ours. But that's an average measurement. There are eateries which will match or supersede the sanitation/cleanliness levels of establishments you frequent at home.
I know plenty of people that have visited without suffering food poisoning. Including my Wife who visited for the first time for 6 weeks (and we travelled extensively through the North and South).
When travelling abroad there are simple rules one should adhere to:
1) If you would avoid an establishment at home, its probably a good idea to avoid it abroad.
2) If in doubt stick to freshly cooked food, avoid uncooked/reheated/raw/etc food.
3) Drink bottled water and drinks unless you know its safe to drink from the tap/etc
4) Understand its not always about cleanliness, but also about tolerance. For example we are accustomed to heavily pasteurised dairy products. That helps us avoid nasty bugs in dairy. But it also means we can't tolerate bacteria that people brought up elsewhere are able too. Avoid food like dairy products where naturally occurring bacteria may lead to problems irrespective of cleanliness/sanitation. Cooked cheeses/boiled milk/etc are fine as they have effectively been pasteurised. But avoid yoghurts/cold milk (that hasn't been boiled recently)/creams/etc.
Hope that helps.
Good advice without question but only reduces the risk from a high level to a somewhat lower one. A couple of (cautious) friends in particular were determined to see the sights then take a week in Goa so they booked a (very expensive) trip staying in good to excellent hotels. Were both very ill within days, spoiled the rest of the trip and took more than 3 months to get over it. Unfortunately I've heard too many stories like theirs so I'm not going. I've had a stomach bug in much better places than these and it can be really awful (even dangerous in some cases). One business conference to Morocco staying at a top hotel had well over half the group ill, some quarantined at Gatwick on their return and a couple hospitalised. The only ones who escaped were some very cautious Scots who took most of their food with them and drowned it in duty free Scotch (yes, I exaggerate a little but there is a lesson in there). I realise there is some risk in all travel (or even at home) but India just seems to offer a near guarantee of illness. Good luck to those who go though!

I did manage a three week trip to Cambodia and Vietnam: fabulous food there (French influence) and just one wobbly day after I was foolish enough to have a hamburger rather than local food!



Edited By: Besford on Sep 25, 2016 18:36: typo
Heat! This is an awesome deal and a good time to go as well, just before it becomes bloody hot. Often have to pay £500 pp for a return flight to Delhi so this is a bargain. India has its issues no doubt as with anywhere else but some of the comments are plain ignorant. Talk to your guides/locals about local do's and dont's.
Varanasi's not just another city though, is a different world and tough to take for some, so make sure you have the stomach. Train reservations are really best made atleast 3-4 months in advance, IRCTC can take some getting used to but is reliable enough.
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India a great country for a stimulating and challenging trip....unlike a lot of the moronic comments about the country a deal on here throws up....If you're have racist tendacies or are scared of different cultures just don't go...don't bore the ar** off the rest of us telling us about your problems.
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From Belfast: Winter sun, week in Lanzarote @ Alpharooms £148.80pp £297.60

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Here is a great deal for those in Belfast that fancy some December winter sun. Leaving on 9th December for 7 nights, this includes hotel, flights and transfers. As you are only flying with Ryanair thi…
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thank you ;) winter holiday sorted extremely cheap :)

Enjoy!
thank you ;) winter holiday sorted extremely cheap :)
guys I need some help here please ...I'm looking for a holiday to anywhere 4 or 5hours flight. somewhere hot in November 22 or 23...... any suggestion where to get a good deal.
heat for bfs flights
Cracking spot heat added.
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From London: Bargain break to Latvia and Tallinn £78.22pp - £156.44 @ Expedia/Booking.com

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This is right up my street and if I had any leave left I'd be booking it. A lovely break to Riga and Tallinn. Arriving into Riga early morning on 9th February you will stay at the 4* Rockwell Gertr…
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ruthbear
Thanks have just booked this.

Let me know how you get on. It's one I certainly want to do myself.
Thanks have just booked this.
Both lovely destinations and well worth visiting
sharkalos
I live in Tallinn. Come visit it's great :)

Enjoy your -20 :p
6am flights are right up no one's street
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return flight to copenhagen £18.00 ryanair + other flights see sky scanner

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cheap flights to copenhagan (albeit flying from Luton) 3rd-6th November with ryanair £18 return also other flights from london airports: dusseldorf £19, Milan£23, Dublin £26, Oslo £26 also Gran can…
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Easy jet cheaper on sky scanner.
I went to Copenhagen this February. £9.99 + £3.99 for the return flight. It cost me more to get to the airport and back.
People-are-so-sensitive-over-any-little-word-these-days especially from third-world country -
Be warned . . . Eye wateringly expensive when there.
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Any from Glasgow :/


​​​I'm from Glasgow and when I fly to Copenhagen I go from Edinburgh.
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From London: Vancouver & Whistler Ski Package with Lift Pass/Equipment Hire £849.98pp (£1,699.96) @ Venere

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This is the first time I've put together a ski package so I hope it helps anyone wanting to go skiing. If I've missed anything off then let me know as it may help me for planning any future deals.
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I would love to go skiing but I would like to try it out 1st closer to home & for a long weekend, what would be the cheapest place to go?
Poland and in particular Zakopane.
More ski hills there than traditional resorts but does give you a feel for it and the resort of Bialka Tatraska is only a short drive away when you get a bit better and can ski the blue runs.
Cost for a week would be around £500 all in with all meals, drinks and lessons equipment etc etc
Lot of information on this site http://www.discoverzakopane.com/skiing.html
A rough example would be
Flights - £60 return to Krakow
Transfers local bus to Zakopane - £10 return
accommodation- £140 per person
Ski pass £70
Equipment £50
So thats around £330? food and drink is cheap out there and delicious too!
This is a nice resort , i still go back every year! even if only for a weekend http://bialkatatrzanska.pl/ceny-karnetow-na-sezon-20152016/

That's the area I was thinking of, Zakopane. I went there in summer and the hostel were talking about skiing in winter and how popular it is. Agree, food and drink are really cheap and you could spend some time in Krakow and some in Zakopane. I'll look into this for a future deal.


​Feel free to PM and im happy to help. I've a fondness to the place and always sending people there! Perfect place to learn to ski
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philireland1
I would love to go skiing but I would like to try it out 1st closer to home & for a long weekend, what would be the cheapest place to go?
Poland and in particular Zakopane.
More ski hills there than traditional resorts but does give you a feel for it and the resort of Bialka Tatraska is only a short drive away when you get a bit better and can ski the blue runs.
Cost for a week would be around £500 all in with all meals, drinks and lessons equipment etc etc
Lot of information on this site http://www.discoverzakopane.com/skiing.html
A rough example would be
Flights - £60 return to Krakow
Transfers local bus to Zakopane - £10 return
accommodation- £140 per person
Ski pass £70
Equipment £50
So thats around £330? food and drink is cheap out there and delicious too!
This is a nice resort , i still go back every year! even if only for a weekend http://bialkatatrzanska.pl/ceny-karnetow-na-sezon-20152016/

That's the area I was thinking of, Zakopane. I went there in summer and the hostel were talking about skiing in winter and how popular it is. Agree, food and drink are really cheap and you could spend some time in Krakow and some in Zakopane. I'll look into this for a future deal.
philireland1
I would love to go skiing but I would like to try it out 1st closer to home & for a long weekend, what would be the cheapest place to go?

Poland and in particular Zakopane.
More ski hills there than traditional resorts but does give you a feel for it and the resort of Bialka Tatraska is only a short drive away when you get a bit better and can ski the blue runs.
Cost for a week would be around £500 all in with all meals, drinks and lessons equipment etc etc
Lot of information on this site http://www.discoverzakopane.com/skiing.html

A rough example would be
Flights - £60 return to Krakow
Transfers local bus to Zakopane - £10 return
accommodation- £140 per person
Ski pass £70
Equipment £50

So thats around £330? food and drink is cheap out there and delicious too!

This is a nice resort , i still go back every year! even if only for a weekend

http://bialkatatrzanska.pl/ceny-karnetow-na-sezon-20152016/
oh, hire skis / boards and boots out there, look for advance deals (Intersport) or something like Ski Republic (2 4 1 if you team up with someone).
philireland1
I would love to go skiing but I would like to try it out 1st closer to home & for a long weekend, what would be the cheapest place to go?

Skiing and cheap don't really go together I'm afraid. You can do it, but that probably relies on doing it with mates. We did 2.5 days on the slopes in Tignes for £250 each, but, my cousin owned the little apartment we went to / 4 of us squeezed into one car / we self catered / we self drank / we all had clothing.

You would be best served by saving a little and taking a package for a week. Have some lessons on a dry slope or indoor place before you go. Borrow clothing, you will need a decent couple of baselayers that wick sweat. Waterproof trousers (cos you will topple over a fair bit - if you don't, you ain't pushing yourself enough!). Decent waterproof gloves, mitts tend to be warmer if you're a coldy. You'll be amazed what's in mates cupboards - no one will wear ski gear out in a week yet everyone wants the latest gear so most kit you can borrow is in a well good condition!

Try to do some leg exercises from 12 weeks in advance to get the most out of it - and prepare to burn the candle at both ends! You will need a holiday to recover when you get back, and your liver will hate you :):)

Then you'll be hooked and it will be the first holiday you book up every year!

Highly recommend Italy for the food, the drink, the instructors and it's relatively cheap...
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2 Weeks 4* Mexico All Inclusive Holidays 2 Adults 1 Child £1,446.00 @ First Choice

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Lots of deals to Mexico at the moment. 2 I have been looking at: Sunscape Puerto Vallarta Resort and Spa (4 Star) - 2 Adults 1 Child : Traveling Saturday 8th October, 2 weeks from London Gatwick,
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Grand Riviera Princess 5* premier, 2 adults, 7th Oct, 2 weeks, Birmingham, £1,432 with code.
LHSEP100 £100 off code
Royal Decameron a really good place as I went in May loads of pools, restaurants and good location that's a really good price for 2 weeks
3% plus cashback with TCB
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Hull to Bruges, Rotterdam or Amsterdam - Minicruises (3 days) Christmas Period £104.00 @ P&O

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Minicruises for two people over the Christmas period are 104£ for 3 days (need an additional hotel booking for the one night stay in the place of your choice). Cheaper for 2 day at 84£ (no need for ad…
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"Where the **** is Bruges?
It's in Belgium"

"A great day this has turned out to be. I'm suicidal, me mate tries to kill me, me gun gets nicked and we're still in f****** Bruges."
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Did this a year or so ago in November. Sea was rough as anything, ship bouncing around. I loved it ! The Missus not so much. Food was good on board, would definitely recommend the additional food package.

Only one fly in the ointment, coming back, took over 2 hours to disembark due to British Customs processing people at the speed of darkness. Those who had been before were up at 6.00am to get to the front of the queues.
charliemike
This deal means I'd have to travel through Hull? *Shudder*


​There's nothing wrong with Hull..
This deal means I'd have to travel through Hull? *Shudder*
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2-3nt German Christmas Market Break & Flights - Berlin £89.00pp @ Wowcher / Crystal Travel

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Just found this one on Wowcher, I've heard Berlin Market is one of the best in Europe. We really like the look of Prague but struggling to find any of these deals under £100pp If anyone find one ca…
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I booked berlin Christmas market myself for 2 nights with easyjet flights & easy hotel. came to £165 for 2 of us and train from airport is €3 bargain.

wow thats a better deal
I booked berlin Christmas market myself for 2 nights with easyjet flights & easy hotel. came to £165 for 2 of us and train from airport is €3 bargain.
I did Krakow, Poland last year. Small christmas market in main square but we wandered round it every day and saw something new! super cheap and delicious food!
funlovingcriminal
With all the German Xmas Markets you get in this country, I would have assumed the one in Berlin would be a typical British market. Meat auction van, silly kitchen utensil demonstrations, 5 gas lighters for a pound, jarg Armani in the car etc.
http://cdn.partyearth.com/photos/bcd915f7b1aaffa1876a048fdd98b566/berlin-christmas-market_s345x230.jpg?1375151617
With all the German Xmas Markets you get in this country, I would have assumed the one in Berlin would be a typical British market. Meat auction van, silly kitchen utensil demonstrations, 5 gas lighters for a pound, jarg Armani in the car etc.
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Budapest Christmas market break just £68.00pp - incl. flights, 2 nts apartment & transfers @ Holiday Pirates

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Currently looking for a Christmas Market Break, We've gone to a different one each year on different deals - What do you think of this? Has anyone been? Will add hotel pic's below! -------------…
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If you go to Budapest after Prague then you may be disappointed? Prague is a much better city for a break IMO, more to see and do, much cheaper for eating and drinking also.
Its looks like you never been before Budapest!! Budapest much nicer and bigger city!!

Apart from the Castle and Royal Buda Palace, I wasn't fussed on the landmarks - seemed much more grim Soviet era buildings there than in Prague, much prefer the old bits of Prague around the castle, around the Astronomical Clock and Charles Bridge. The beers were about 3x the price of Prague when I went about 10 years ago (Prague has since gone some way to catch up). I've been to Prague 4 times since, never had an inkling to go back to Budapest.

Berlin around Christmas is hard to beat, and Dresden is pretty good for a cheap day-trip from Prague (2 hours on the train, for £12 return when we went last December).

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Sep 21, 2016 20:32
Unless i am wrong think your only getting 1 day in budapest as flight gets in after 9pm and you have be at the airport at 5am to catch your 6am flight, going to be a short trip.
monkeyhanger75
If you go to Budapest after Prague then you may be disappointed? Prague is a much better city for a break IMO, more to see and do, much cheaper for eating and drinking also.


Its looks like you never been before Budapest!! Budapest much nicer and bigger city!!
It's a shame these deals are mid week (Tues-Thurs) in this case. It would be good to see some good value weekend deals for those of us who have to work Mon-Fri.
Prague better...not when I went,Budapest fantastic city with loads of history,open top bus a must but in winter!! Only for the brave or one topped up with palinka lol.
Or warm yourself in the ruined bars! Though 2 days,you gonna be busy!!
Wanna go back soon.
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£15 off Your Bookings For September and October With Voucher @ Helpful Holidays

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Malta - Easter school Holidays 2017 2 adults 3 children £799.60 @ On The Beach

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Hi everyone, Ive been browsing around for a family holiday and came across this. 2 adults 3 children 10 nights Mavina hotel , Bugibba 1st - 11th April 2017 Doesnt include hold bags but eve…
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I was in Malta in May of this year, it was remarkably cheap eating out ( 6 € for 15" pizza / 1 € a pint) and Jaws (the wife, she never shuts up) was impressed as to how clean and friendly every one was. That was true of all the island as we used the buses constantly all over the island and saw or heard nothing to disturb us and can say truthfully a pleasant stay.
rookiealien
​What's wrong with Malta?[/quote]i saw a program a month or so ago and it was saying the streets/beach areas are full of immigrants maybe thats something to look into before you book.[/quote]

Guess we would feel right at home then
[/quote]​What's wrong with Malta?[/quote]i saw a program a month or so ago and it was saying the streets/beach areas are full of immigrants maybe thats something to look into before you book.
Be careful with this company. Bought flights with them before. They contacted me later to tell me original flights not available and I was being charged more. Had a premium rate helpline too. I cancelled and will never use them again.
Shame, amazing price, and 2 adults 3 kids is almost impossible for most places; but our holidays are from 10th. Hot Deal for those that can though
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Lego winter holiday train £59.99 Delivered - Lego.com

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The Lego store currently has the new holiday train available to VIP members before it goes on general sale on 1st October. However they also have a £10 off £40 spend with the code GB10 so can get it
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Just ordered this for my grandson for Christmas, looks that good though may keep myself! Thanks
Just received mine and got a free Spider-Man super jumper set (30305) as well as Kai's dragon!
Automatically added to basket (for free) when buying direct from Lego on certain dates in run up to Christmas. I think most of October.
I'm a newbie! How do you get a free Xmas set? Thank you!
yeah its the snow globe as a freebie for this year, although there will be a 2nd limited edition and no idea what that Is.
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XBOX ONE KINECT HOLDAY BUNDLE, £204.00 WITH CODE, FREE C&C TESCO

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Use code TDX-HTNK entitles you to £25 off when you spend £150 or more on Tesco direct. Welcome to a new generation of games and entertainment. Where games push the boundaries of realism. And televi…
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If anyone is planning on getting this version and has prime student, check out the amazon warehouse: they have this at £208 - 20% =£166 or so. It says used: Good with original packaging, packaging might be damaged, which might just mean it has damaged packaging but has never been used. I don't really understand the exact terminology, but looks like they have more than one...
Don't forget - Kinect is great for managing your XBOX and TV if you have them connected, (Cortana is pretty awesome with the latest XBOX builds)
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Claydon94
this is terrible... how has it got heat?

Why is it terrible? Brand new console that comes with Kinect (around £50-75 brand new) and 3 games? Is it because people should be buying the new XOs?


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Claydon94
this is terrible... how has it got heat?
You're right they should have posted this beauty http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wwe-2k16-digital-deluxe-edition-xbox-one-53-59-xbox-marketplace-further-discount-2333301

:D


​Well yes but also you don't need kinect anymore + all 3 games are probably in the top 10 worst games on the console as well as the fact there all dirt cheap.
TornadoShaun
Kinect is naff and the games are all shovelware IMO. Doesn't beat the 1GB £190 w Rainbow six or Division bundles seen recently. Cold from me.

It does if you want kinect, not really like for like
Kinect is naff and the games are all shovelware IMO. Doesn't beat the 1GB £190 w Rainbow six or Division bundles seen recently. Cold from me.

Edited By: TornadoShaun on Sep 16, 2016 16:32
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Inflatable Water Gun Space Ship Ride on Toy £2.50 at Tesco - Haslingden

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Inflatabe Space Ship ride on, with a working water gun! Reduced to £2.50 in Tesco Haslingden. Still £12.95 on Tesco Direct. Pretty sure my other half is going to have more fun with this than our 3yr o…
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Dominican Republic,14 nights, All inclusive. £655.00 @ Thomson Holidays

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Staying in the ClubHotel Riu Merengue , it's a riu so not a 5* but a pleasant hotel to stay in. Sat 29 Oct 2016-Sat 12 Nov 2016 I've not tried other hotels so may be worth adjusting, other dates…
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I was believing the horror stories and feeling sympathetic until someone posted a link to an article in the daily fail. Now I'm not so sure.
Agree if you're going all that way then the south of the Dominican has better hotels/climate/beaches and probably worth paying another couple of hundred quid for
stayed at this plush all inclusive when it was first built did not want to leave it's magical full of entertainment nightclub fab lodges and such a huge variety of cuisine I would give a 10 star never stayed at such a huge stylish hotel resort ....People are so friendly in the local area loved it xxx
Went in 98 I think and it was brill. These weekend passes for locals didn't exist back then. Great memories, won't be going back to ruin them

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/10168565/British-tourists-organise-sit-in-after-locals-ruin-luxury-beach-hotel.html

Edited By: Lakeside on Sep 16, 2016 00:04: To change some words
Beardizzle
Got married there 12 years ago. Lovely hotel although was extremely poorly along with over 200 other guests. Don't know if it was the hotel or destination. Sister in law went a few years ago and again was sick. That being said it may be better there now but just a word of warning

So that was in 2004? There were also major issues with this resort in 2005 and 2006 when I went. I wish I'd trawled back to the 2004 and 2005 reports on tripadvisor before I visited. The cheap deal (almost the same wasn't worth suffering for the next 3 years from the long term effects of whatever made me ill.
outdoorguy
Stayed at Merengue & Bachata some time ago when they we OK. Now they are run down and very poor. Drinks week, beach dirty and entertainment awful. If you want to stay on the north coast I would recommend either the Iberostar or Gran Ventana - both SO much better than the out of the way Rui complex. If your looking for better resorts more like you would find in Mexico then go to the south coast resort of Punta Cana - much more modern, larger resorts. The north still has a traditional, old fashioned feel to it.
Most AI,s water down the spirits but it's the worst ever here . Every new bottle was already opened , cases of vodka , all pre opened , about 95% water . Mind you we did spot unopened stuff being sold to the locals and Puerto Ricans behind the pool bar . The food was very poor and lots of it . Cheap nasty resort .
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Up to 30% off flights @ Etihad Airways - Example Heathrow to Bangalore Oct 3rd-17th £382.45

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Some really cheap flights to various destinations, code STFECO works on economy class AND code STFBUS works on business class, prices include 23KG baggage Click link, search for flights and make su…
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Their check in staff denied my wife boarding on an India bound flight from Manchester during Easter last year due to their failure to verify her documents properly.

I always believed that check in staff are Airport staff , even if sometimes they are dressed in crew uniform.
What documents were they trying to verify? Did she not have a visa ? Please elaborate
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husain_kola
Etihad business class on the A380 is simply amazing!
No it's not! Flew Business on the A380 mnay times. Food is average, bed is alright , nothing much to write home about

I'd have to agree, very average. Staff seem to be rushed too.
husain_kola
Etihad business class on the A380 is simply amazing!

No it's not! Flew Business on the A380 mnay times. Food is average, bed is alright , nothing much to write home about
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Are these staff codes?
No. Staff get 90% off.
Id90's if that's what you are referring to aren't necessarily 90% discounted :{

Yes, id90 is 90% off, but it's standby. id50/special tickets are confirmed but 50% off. That's how it is for emirates anyways.
Booked:
Manchester>Dubai>Bangkok
Ho Chi Minh > Manchester

for £390. Can't complain about that!

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VERY cheap flights from UK to Europe return from £8.49 (with code) @ vueling via holiday pirates (more released!)

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Fares start at just €10 (£8.49) return from Manchester to Alicante so this offer is not one to be missed! (Just an example. More to be found) I have booking confirmation for flights from manchester…
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Oh dear Lord... we used Vueling once earlier this year and had a horrible experience - near 4 hour delay, none of the rights/etc that passengers are entitled to (no apparent customer rep on site basically), no compensation as they're claiming it was outside of their control yet they refuse to provide reasons; the actual reason seems to be that they'd booked more flights/seats than they could accommodate, of course they'll never admit that.

Hope your flights don't go like that!
Use a card like Clarity or Nationwide for a true rate.
I think the £ rate is approximate and charges may apply for conversion Amex for example charge 2.99%. Basically, pay in Euros €.
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cowboy
H all, for those of you who have booked Vueling flights - do you get charged in € or in £? I know we can change the currency at the search page but not sure if the final payment is in £ too? I would like to avoid credit card foreign exchange rate fees.
You can bet that the Vueling price in pounds would be a lot worse than your credit card exchange rate. This is the case with Ryanair.
I thought so too but I checked and the prices quoted in £ on Vueling are the same as current market rate. Which is why I was wondering whether I will be charged that price in £ (too good to be true).



Have you gone as far as the pay now page to see if it remains at that price or if it will update at that stage to reflect ever changing rates. I've not tried Vueling as I would not fly with them reading the forums and a friends experience but if you want to give them a try, well go ahead.
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cowboy
H all, for those of you who have booked Vueling flights - do you get charged in € or in £? I know we can change the currency at the search page but not sure if the final payment is in £ too? I would like to avoid credit card foreign exchange rate fees.
You can bet that the Vueling price in pounds would be a lot worse than your credit card exchange rate. This is the case with Ryanair.

I thought so too but I checked and the prices quoted in £ on Vueling are the same as current market rate. Which is why I was wondering whether I will be charged that price in £ (too good to be true).
cowboy
H all, for those of you who have booked Vueling flights - do you get charged in € or in £? I know we can change the currency at the search page but not sure if the final payment is in £ too? I would like to avoid credit card foreign exchange rate fees.



You can bet that the Vueling price in pounds would be a lot worse than your credit card exchange rate. This is the case with Ryanair.
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FREE ENTRY: Over 1,850 Museums, Attractions, Gardens & Buildings free in UK this Weekend (credit to holiday pirates for this fab find!)

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Firstly this is more of a heads up for those that don't follow the holiday pirates website, all credit goes to them! I thought i would post on here too incase some people missed it. Offer Details
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What about the rest of England?
Already happened. Heritage Open Days, 8-11 Sept.
Open House London happens every year on roughly the same weekend, so mark your calendars for next year! (Exact dates will be posted on the site after this weekend is over):
http://www.openhouselondon.org.uk/

And yes, DO pre-book as they get swamped with interest and the best events fill up fast.
kimbo87
taylor102081
You just turn up?
I presume so, but double check. Click through to the link provided and check online :)
check the site, some popular ones tend to be lottery, others are as you asked, some are based on early registration
all are free
What about the rest of England?
Scotland and Wales have several towns/cities with these free activities, but England has .....just London!! oO:(
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Delta Airlines - Easter in Madrid & New York: Business Class Flights to New York, 4* Hotel in Madrid and 4* central Manhattan Hotel £1,235.22pp

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I'm not expecting many people to be interested in this one, but a friend asked me to find business class flights in Easter for New York and for anyone who knows normal prices of business class flights…
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The flights to New York say 1 stop and take 13 hours there (instead of 8 ) and 11 hours back. If there's an Iceland stop over, it takes the edge off business class
I did fly to NYC from Belfast and got business on the return journey for about +£200 each on Easter Sunday (instead of +£1000) and it was fantastic so it is a good time to try and get cheap business flights.
Looks like it's a stop in amsterdam on the way out and a stop in Paris on the way back oO

You can also add in a longer stop in Amsterdam if you want to see Amsterdam too.
15 hours of actual flying time to get to NY vs 7.5 hours direct and incl the layover in Madrid the return trip to London is 18 hours+ vs around 6 hours direct it might be business class but it's a hell of a long time travelling!
tanked
The flights to New York say 1 stop and take 13 hours there (instead of 8 ) and 11 hours back. If there's an Iceland stop over, it takes the edge off business class
I did fly to NYC from Belfast and got business on the return journey for about +£200 each on Easter Sunday (instead of +£1000) and it was fantastic so it is a good time to try and get cheap business flights.
Looks like it's a stop in amsterdam on the way out and a stop in Paris on the way back oO
The flights to New York say 1 stop and take 13 hours there (instead of 8 ) and 11 hours back. If there's an Iceland stop over, it takes the edge off business class

I did fly to NYC from Belfast and got business on the return journey for about +£200 each on Easter Sunday (instead of +£1000) and it was fantastic so it is a good time to try and get cheap business flights.

Edited By: tanked on Sep 14, 2016 23:37
Cheap flights still available but hotel in Manhattan now costs much more. The power of HUKD perhaps.
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hotel rooms from £21.00 in the lastminute.com sale

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Shame I cannot find much for the Uk.
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Eminent Move Air Suitcases - cabin, medium & large - £79.00 delivered @ Go Places

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2 Night Stay in 3 Star 16th Century Coaching Inn Oxfordshire + Breakfast & Dinner both days + Tickets to a local attraction worth up to £24.90 per person just £49.50pppn (Total £198.00)

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Love the look of this 16th Century Coaching Inn in Dorchester-on-Thames, a picturesque village with a medieval abbey (which is a filming location for "Midsomer Murders", so keep your wits about you, i…
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Got this exact deal yesterday but at the Villiers hotel in Buckingham as an alternative venue. Hot
Cold - "Sign up to see this fantastic deal!"
Lovely hotel, lovely area, lovely county! Oxford city centre is only 10 mins by car from here also! :)
I did this deal last week at the Deddington Arms Hotel. It was fantastic value for money.
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It is nationwide! It is not limited to the local resident! So you are welcome even you live in the south or the north!!
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Return Flights from London to Hong Kong from £392.02pp @ Cathay Pacific (Flash Sale - Tokyo from £499 & Others)

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Cathay Pacific have a Flash Sale on Return Flights to various Destinations inc London to Hong Kong from just £392.02pp (says £399 on link) ie Departing 16th November, Returning either 23rd, 25th or
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TY OP! Was planning to go HK next year, since gf needed to enter to keep her HK passport validated.
tyty!
Hey, is regular validation (3yr) of HKID or HK Passport a myth or fact?
Is fact I'm afraid,unless you reside in HK for 7 yrs.
Or unless born in HK,like me,then is OK.:)
What's the point in keeping a HK ID card if you don't even live there? Just use your passport when ever you go?
Seems like a waste of time and resources to just keep a HK ID card lol but I know so many people who do it when they live and work in the UK. Don't get why
I live in HK + UK.
In UK,I use HK ID card as ID for pubs etc,saves carrying passport.:)
Ok cool. I use my driving license
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SorJai
TY OP! Was planning to go HK next year, since gf needed to enter to keep her HK passport validated.
tyty!
Hey, is regular validation (3yr) of HKID or HK Passport a myth or fact?
Is fact I'm afraid,unless you reside in HK for 7 yrs.
Or unless born in HK,like me,then is OK.:)
What's the point in keeping a HK ID card if you don't even live there? Just use your passport when ever you go?
Seems like a waste of time and resources to just keep a HK ID card lol but I know so many people who do it when they live and work in the UK. Don't get why

I live in HK + UK.

In UK,I use HK ID card as ID for pubs etc,saves carrying passport.:)
johnsmith1997
SorJai
TY OP! Was planning to go HK next year, since gf needed to enter to keep her HK passport validated.
tyty!
SorJai = Dumb boy
I like that.:D

Haha, smart man :)
Stevie Badman
cold - London


Right, capital city...
johnsmith1997
max1s
SorJai
TY OP! Was planning to go HK next year, since gf needed to enter to keep her HK passport validated.
tyty!
Hey, is regular validation (3yr) of HKID or HK Passport a myth or fact?
Is fact I'm afraid,unless you reside in HK for 7 yrs.
Or unless born in HK,like me,then is OK.:)
What's the point in keeping a HK ID card if you don't even live there? Just use your passport when ever you go?
Seems like a waste of time and resources to just keep a HK ID card lol but I know so many people who do it when they live and work in the UK. Don't get why


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Hotel Sur Menorca in Punta Prima, Menorca, Spain - All inclusive with flights, transfers, 7 nights, twin room with balcony £285.00pp @ Thomson (Based on two people - Various airports)

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Click here http://www.thomson.co.uk/, scroll to DEALS banner at top of page, click, then once loaded scroll down to last min holidays and click on that 7 nights All inclusive with flights, transfers,
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do you have to pay the full amount up front
Natasha03
We have been to this hotel it was lovely although the weather was nice and only a day of rain I would go back
Pools aren't generally heated at any time of the year unless the sun comes out and does its stuff,but October is a much cooler month for the Balearics and swimming in the pool is a shockingly cold experience.
One more thing to consider in October is that things are generally closing down at end of season.
went here last year. 3 stars is a more realistic rating. water park uses salt water, not really an issue but handy to know up front.
We went to Menorca a few years ago in the October school half term and vowed never again.
Lots of shops and bars were either closed or about to close down for the winter but at this price I'm tempted to book even if we just have to stay on the complex.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Sep 13, 2016 08:49
Went to Menorca 22 years ago and I loved it, but it has probably changed since
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Flights to and from Majorca at ridiculously cheap prices for summer holidays next year - 5th - 13th for example is £100.00 @ British Airways

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British airways have flights to and from Majorca at ridiculously cheap prices for summer holidays next year - The cheapest flights leave on a Saturday evening from Stansted... Prices 5th - 13th for ex…
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Just take the kids out of school for a week. No harm done.
Great spot - summer holiday flights for 5 to Majorca booked for £500. Wonderful!
manbearpig
I've never understood how can anyone book flights for a year in advance.
Is your life so incredibly dull that you're completely certain that nothing is going to change for 12 months?
I've never understood how can anyone not book flights for a year in advance.

Is your life so incredibly dull that you're completely uncertain that you ain't a master of what is going for 12 months?
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manbearpig
I've never understood how can anyone book flights for a year in advance.
Is your life so incredibly dull that you're completely certain that nothing is going to change for 12 months?
You need kids, tends to get your life into perspective and organised.... Especially with holidays! You either book well in advance or leave it late... Early, more choice of what you want. Late, you take your chances!!
We knew what we wanted in terms of an apartment in Majorca so took a flyer for two weeks and booked it. I know I could get flights for £700 or thereabouts from bonnie Scotland, but for £498 in August.... That's a bargain my friend.


Fair comment.

I have made sure I used protection and thankfully have had no kids. I've managed to visit 12 countries, across 3 continents this year.

Have fun with your budget holidays in Europe in 2018!


​what a d##k
manbearpig


Is your life so incredibly dull that you're completely certain that nothing is going to change for 12 months?

One thing IS for certain. You'll still be a boring, sad and lonely troll in 12 months.
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Hotel Belvedere, in Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain - 7 nights Includes Half board, Double room with balcony, flights, transfers £188pp @ Thomson £376.00

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For anyone going to Salou, if the idea of a comedy magic show appeals then check this place out. The evening show was adults only, not sure if the day one was too:
https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Review-g562814-d620200-Reviews-House_of_Illusion-Salou_Costa_Dorada_Province_of_Tarragona_Catalonia.html

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furbix
20c isn't that hot, has it got colder here over the years?


​it's off season. you're in to autumn weather by the time of this flight. fleeces required ib the evenings usually and a fair chance of rain

that's why it's cheap
Love salou go every year but everywhere shuts down end of September so be short of choice for shops and bars and places to eat
Coolio1988
Can someone tell me whats Half board is ?
Half board is breakfast usually buffet and a buffet evening meal.
Soft drinks tea and coffee are usually provided at breakfast but you will be expected to pay for all drinks at evening meal including water.
Half board does not include alcoholic drinks nor does Full board which includes mid day meal.
shambala, baco & khan, top rides
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Breakfree holiday sale - Breaks from £10.00pppn, various locations

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Breakfree holiday sale is back, from £10pppn which is a steal and very popular with HUKD members - ideal for a short break Quick example Dates run from Sept this year until end of May next y…
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Anyone recommend somewhere to go near the beach. Some where descent
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£123 +passes for Park Resorts Whitley Bay yet can book direct on site for £90 including passes. Cold from me.
(But who wants to stop at Whitley Bay anyway!)
You do or you wouldn't be looking!
#Fool
great yhankd
Publix
daisys77
Anyone recommend somewhere to go near the beach. Some where descent
Wookey Hole caves are quite near Weston Super mare. <3

that tin mine?
daisys77
Anyone recommend somewhere to go near the beach. Some where descent
Wookey Hole caves are quite near Weston Super mare. <3
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Womens Cropped Tops in Sale £1.99 on Zara

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Was checking the sale / last chance to buy section on the Zara website, there's a few cropped tops in the sale for £1.99 - perfect for teenage girls for last min holiday clothes. Can choose free in s…
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Peppa pig 2 pack figures holiday £2.50 Sainsburys

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Peppa pig 2 pack of figures in Sainsburys for £2.50. In my store it was only the 'holiday' themed ones Peppa, George and Suzy Sheep. Last week they were £3.33 and I thought that was good but I haven't…
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I paid 18p for these in my local tesco, 36p for the pumpkin carriage!
(Beckton)
Paid £3 in store few weeks back.

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20% Discount for bookings Sept / Oct YHA

Instructions:LOVE CHEAP HOLIDAYS? YHA are giving extra money off all bookings from now until the end of oct. There are some real bargains, its only at selected hostels, but ones like cardiff are amazing, better than most travelodges, and dont forget YHA help young people get out and travel as well as looki
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Apparently expired now
Looks good for family rooms, code works on a couple of hostels I tried it on.
didn't work for me. 29th-31st OCT
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Legoland for family of four £99.00 budgetfamilybreaks

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LEGOLAND DEAL: Park entry on 24th September for FOUR people (2 adults 2 kids) hotel stay included for the night before at the Holiday Inn Farnborough. £118.62 all in!! Budget Family Breaks currently h…
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there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains loudly about Q jumpers to find out they are disabled.
Ahh, I see! LOL Can I change my avatar now? X)
SO LOVE that you have!! X
Emily55
there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains loudly about Q jumpers to find out they are disabled.
Ahh, I see! LOL Can I change my avatar now? X)
Ripperoo
Emily55
Your not Will from The Inbetweeners by any chance are you?!?! Lol
I'm assuming that's an attempt to insult my good self?:D
It's wasted, but if you'd care to explain..........................
If you watch inbetweeners, there is an episode where they go to Alton Towers and Will complains loudly about Q jumpers to find out they are disabled. Very funny and your Legoland rant reminded me of it. You should watch it :)
Emily55
Your not Will from The Inbetweeners by any chance are you?!?! Lol
I'm assuming that's an attempt to insult my good self?:D

It's wasted, but if you'd care to explain..........................
Ripperoo
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only got 4rides on the first day due to queues
Well, you're a lucky sod, aren't you!:D
We went at the end of August this year and I don't think we'll ever go again!
The park was so overcrowded on the two days we visited the park that we just could not believe it.
Easily the worst I've ever seen it in over 10 years of going first with our eldest and then with our youngest (they are12 years apart oO).
We actually travelled 325 miles each way and stayed in a hotel in between visits and still we only managed 2 rides the first day and one on the second day. Absolute waste of time and money!
Totally spoiled by the the so-called disabled queue jumpers all of which seemed pretty mobile to me.
And before anyone starts getting all defensive and butt-hurt by that comment, with "not all disabilities are visible you know', well the free VIP status of some of these individuals give genuine disabled people a bad name.
I hear people say "Well my son is on the autistic spectrum and gets upset standing in queues", well sorry, but so does my son when having to spend 2.5 hours waiting in the baking sun to get on the 'Dragon's Apprentice' when he can see the same so-called 'disabled' people skipping and smiling onto the better rides via the exit and getting on within a few minutes.
At Legoland last year, we observed no less than 10 people (all from the same party) get on the Green Dragon after walking past a queue that was at the 1.5 hour point because one of them had a disability. They had no Q-Bot and no shame either.
I complained to Legoland customer service on that occasion, but they as much as said "tough luck"!
Your not Will from The Inbetweeners by any chance are you?!?! Lol
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5* Hotel Club Turban, Marmaris 14 nights All Inclusive £424.00pp @ Thomson from Gatwick.

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Tempted to give this a go, usually go to Lara beach in Antalya, don't think this would be up to there standards but it is half the price compared to Lara beach.
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rektaj
I went to the same hotel nearly five years ago for a similar price.
Back then it defiantelly wasn't a 5 star hotel.
You either stay in a main hotel building right above the dinging area (if too close to it than I recon it might be quite noisy during meal times).
We were located on floor 5 I believe so the only disadvantage was smell from the kitchen.
Well that and a toenails of presumably previous gests of our room.
The second option is to stay in a bangalows aroud the main hotel.
Those are apparently occupied already by other gusts (insects of a interesting proportions!). These are a little distance away from the main dining area and you need to climb some stairs to get there and back.
Beach was quite disappointing with little to no sand (stones mainly) although the wooden pier, bar staff and evening entertainment (live music) was pretty good!
Same goes with views!
I hope you'll enjoy your stay!
Cheers mate.
Bug's I can handle, it's the Mozzies that ruin a holiday for me, as for the beach, I think they've had Travis Perkins in to sort that out since your last visit, it looks rather nice in the 2016 pic's.

I know this hotel is normally 1 of the less expensive (so called) Thomson 5* and when I get back I'll give it an honest as possible review for anyone who's remotely interested.


Fingers crossed you make it back .... Alive 8)
rektaj
I went to the same hotel nearly five years ago for a similar price.
Back then it defiantelly wasn't a 5 star hotel.
You either stay in a main hotel building right above the dinging area (if too close to it than I recon it might be quite noisy during meal times).
We were located on floor 5 I believe so the only disadvantage was smell from the kitchen.
Well that and a toenails of presumably previous gests of our room.
The second option is to stay in a bangalows aroud the main hotel.
Those are apparently occupied already by other gusts (insects of a interesting proportions!). These are a little distance away from the main dining area and you need to climb some stairs to get there and back.
Beach was quite disappointing with little to no sand (stones mainly) although the wooden pier, bar staff and evening entertainment (live music) was pretty good!
Same goes with views!
I hope you'll enjoy your stay!
Cheers mate.
Bug's I can handle, it's the Mozzies that ruin a holiday for me, as for the beach, I think they've had Travis Perkins in to sort that out since your last visit, it looks rather nice in the 2016 pic's.

I know this hotel is normally 1 of the less expensive (so called) Thomson 5* and when I get back I'll give it an honest as possible review for anyone who's remotely interested.
I went to the same hotel nearly five years ago for a similar price.

Back then it defiantelly wasn't a 5 star hotel.
You either stay in a main hotel building right above the dinging area (if too close to it than I recon it might be quite noisy during meal times).
We were located on floor 5 I believe so the only disadvantage was smell from the kitchen.

Well that and a toenails of presumably previous gests of our room.

The second option is to stay in a bangalows aroud the main hotel.
Those are apparently occupied already by other gusts (insects of a interesting proportions!). These are a little distance away from the main dining area and you need to climb some stairs to get there and back.

Beach was quite disappointing with little to no sand (stones mainly) although the wooden pier, bar staff and evening entertainment (live music) was pretty good!
Same goes with views!

I hope you'll enjoy your stay!



Edited By: rektaj on Sep 03, 2016 13:39
centurion
I am cruising on an american ship round the mediteranean in october and all stops at turkey have been cancelled so obviosly the yanks are advising not to go there
The Yank's are also planning to build a wall that would be visible from the top of Trumps head.
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Harry Potter Mini break for £36.00pp - incl. entry tickets & hotel on Holiday Pirates.

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This deal includes tickets to the The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour plus 1 night hotel stay at the Travelodge Watford - a 3* hotel which has been Rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor based on 259 reviews.…
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tnxs will look I to this deal
Don't forget to budget for parking at watford central, (at least £8 for 24 hours)
You can book the Travel lodge at Borehamwood for £35 for one night or £70 for two nights during October half term week. It has free parking if you are travelling by car and a Toby Carvery next door so there is somewhere to eat. Great if you want to do Elstree Studios or harry Potter World. Although you would have to drive to Harry Potter World from here, it is about 13 and half miles away and would take about 25 minutes if traffic not busy. If going by train the Travel Lodge at Watford would probbaly be better if doing the Harry Potter tour as it is the nearest to Harry Potter World.


Edited By: lizosbourne on Sep 02, 2016 22:29
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Rob2007
No idea how you've got this deal for £36pp ????
​It's all explained in the link. Just read it.
Yeah, great explanation. That reply was about as lazy as your deal post.

If you're interested in doing it for 2, every Monday and Tuesday Accor hotels release discounted room rates for the following two weekends, if you sign up for their free loyalty program. You can get the Ibis Elstree/Borehamwood for £25/night if you're prepared to book on Monday and stay on Saturday (for example).


That doesn't sound too bad. I'll try that and see if we can get a room for Saturday night. Thanks for your help :)
Rob2007
Yorkie1962
Rob2007
No idea how you've got this deal for £36pp ????
​It's all explained in the link. Just read it.
Yeah, great explanation. That reply was about as lazy as your deal post.

If you're interested in doing it for 2, every Monday and Tuesday Accor hotels release discounted room rates for the following two weekends, if you sign up for their free loyalty program. You can get the Ibis Elstree/Borehamwood for £25/night if you're prepared to book on Monday and stay on Saturday (for example).
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21 nights exploring Thailand for just £706.76pp including all flights, luggage boats and hotels. @ Expedia

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21 nights exploring Thailand for just £706.76 each including all flights, luggage boats and hotels. I've based this trip on 2 adults flying out of Heathrow on 17th October returning 7th November. Y…
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I have been visiting for 15 years & its a very dangerous country if you are not careful.
mainly accidents of all manner, but also violence if you are in anyway confrontational, there is a lot of resentment that simmers below the surface.
INCORRECT.
South Sudan is a very dangerous country. The Congo is a very dangerous country. Pakistan is a very dangerous country.
Thailand is safe everywhere a tourist would set foot, and probably one of the safest SE asian countries (apart from Japan obviously).
It DOES get unsafe in the south near the border with Malaysia, because of the Muslims (yet again), but nobody would have a reason to go there.

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is this deal still available because I want to go with in next three days. like from tomorrow (20/9/16 - 25/09/16) for outbound flight....with same duration (21 days) from Heathrow.



Another person that does not read OP comments on a posted deal.
is this deal still available because I want to go with in next three days. like from tomorrow (20/9/16 - 25/09/16) for outbound flight....with same duration (21 days) from Heathrow.
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@blueskies I'm looking at Thailand for honeymoon next Oct / Nov can you recommend places / things to do?
Bangkok is a must, it's so beautiful, so many gorgeous temples and great food!
Phi phi islands are amazing, arriving into the harbour is unforgettable, the colour of the water is unreal! We did a maya bay sunset excursion it was one of the best things I've ever done, we were literally the last ones on the beach and we got to night snorkel with the bioluminescent plankton, it looked like a million shooting stars underwater, recommend that! Railay beach is gorgeous, a little touristy but nice!
Grab some island hopping day trip from krabi or phi phi there are some amazing secluded islands.
Phuket is nice if you stay away from Patong! We stayed in Karon, beach was lovely!
Head upto Chiang Mai and visit the elephant sanctaury, make sure you visit the ones that rescue the elephants, you get to feed and bath them, it costs a fair few £££ but it's worth it, don't visit the tiger temple or do any elephant rides because the animals are very poorly treated! Chiang mai city itself is beautiful too!
These are the only places I've visited in Thailand, still have a lot to explore! :D
OMG that itinerary looks perfect. Can you find/do another for late Jan early Feb 21 nights. First time to Thailand ....so much to do ...so little time... #forwardplanning :-)
BlueSkies

21 nights exploring Thailand for just £706.76 each including all flights, luggage boats and hotels.
I've based this trip on 2 adults flying out of Heathrow on 17th October returning 7th November. You will be flying out with Qatar and all internal flights also include checked in luggage.
This trip is a very busy trip so be prepared for a lot of travelling! The places I have included in this trip are Bangkok, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, Koh Samui, Phuket and Phi Phi Islands!
All the hotels I've chosen have private bathrooms and excellent reviews on TripAdvisor.
The best way to get from the airports/ports is by local taxi as they're super cheap.
Trip itinerary
17th - 22nd October
You will be leaving for Bangkok on the 17th October and landing early morning on the 18th. You will have 4 nights and 4 full days here before heading to Koh Phangan. I've chosen the 3* The Step Sathon as it has excellent location.
22nd October
In the evening you'll be flying to Surat Thani and staying here before catching the ferry the next morning. I've chosen the 3* The Centrino Serviced Residence as it is centrally located and a good place for you to catch the bus to the ferry in the morning!
23rd - 26th October
The transport for the ferry will pick you up from the new bus terminal and you'll arrive in Koh Phangan around midday. I've chosen the 3* Ban Tai Resort and you will be here for 3 nights..
26th - 29th October
Early morning you'll catch the short 1 hour ferry over to Koh Tao for 3 nights. I've chosen the 3* In Touch Resort.
29th - 31st October
Early morning you'll catch the 2 hour ferry from Koh Tao to Koh Samui where you'll spend 2 nights. I've chosen the 3* Lamoon Lamai Residence.
31st October - 3rd November
You'll be flying out of Koh Samui to Phuket on a short 1 hour flight. You will land in Phuket just after 9am. I've chosen the 3* Capannin Inn which is located in Kata. You will be staying here for 3 nights
3rd - 6th November
You'll head out to Phi Phi on the ferry which will take around 2 hours and you'll arrive there mid morning. I've chosen the 3* Ivory Phi Phi Island for you to stay in for 3 nights.
6th - 7th November
You will be getting the ferry back to Phuket around 1630, from here catch a taxi to the airport to head back to Bangkok for the final night. I've chosen the 3* Royal Bee Apartment as its close to the airport. The flight is in the late evening from Bangkok home so you'll have another day to spend in Bangkok.
Price breakdown
Return Bangkok flights booked though OmegaFlightStore via Skyscanner - £697.70
All hotels booked through Expedia with voucher code - ONLIVC - £351.70
Koh Tao, Koh Phangan and Koh Samui Ferries booked through - ferrysamui.com - £65.07
Koh Phi Phi ferry booked through - phuketferry.com - £34.07
Bangkok to Surat Thani flight booked with LionThaiAir - £41.82
Koh Samui to Phuket flight booked with BangkokAir.com - £148.13
Phuket to Bangkok flight booked with AirAsia - £75.02
Total price - 1413.51
Total price each - £706.76