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Orlando - 14 nights inc flights, hotel & luggage - 2 Adults + 2 Children @ Thomas Cook £1,240.00

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Departing from Manchester on 10 December 2016 and returning on 24 December 2016 (arriving 25 December). Price £310.00 per person based on 2 Adults & 2 Children staying at Seralago Hotel & Suites Ki…
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Common Sense
hanzy101
[quote=Common Sense]If they demanded in your job you work many more hours for no additional pay, would that be ok? I don't believe you would just sit back and allow that without a fuss.

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

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


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

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

Leave teachers alone unless you have something constructive to add. You have made yourself sound like a pompous fool and added to the argument that it is mostly the parents who are damaging the future generations by undermining those who dedicate their lives to helping them.
Common Sense
Good for parents who want to take children out of school and pay the fine!
Perfect for those at private schools who may have an earlier and longer holiday.
If only teachers were fined when they went to strike.
If they are not happy with their jobs, why not resign and find a better paying job?
Nobody forces them to try and teach!


Or, how about parents do a better job of raising their children to be less vile and feral; the school environment might be a little more pleasant for those teachers to do their difficult job?
hanzy101
[quote=Common Sense]If they demanded in your job you work many more hours for no additional pay, would that be ok? I don't believe you would just sit back and allow that without a fuss.

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

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

Edited By: Common Sense on Sep 28, 2016 08:51
Will you take your worthless opinions about the pros and cons of teacher blah, blah elsewhere please...this is deals site NOT the House of Lords
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ibis / Accor hotels happy Monday offer £25.00 rooms book Mon 26/Tue 27 to stay Fri 30th/ Sat 1st/Sun 2nd or Fri 7/sat 8th/sun 9th oct

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Also topcashback/quidco of 4-12%. This deal's been running a while but isn't well known, every week you can book on Monday or Tuesday for following Friday, Sat, Sun or Mon nights and for the week afte…
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futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts


​yes it is available weekly, however I think a lot of people only look at new or what's hot that day or week so will forget about it. many have posted to state that. obviously the dates available for booking change weekly. I was posting it every week but hadn't for a month until this post, and anything is allowed to be reposted after a month even despite the grey area of this being posted weekly before.
Irfy2015
Not really a good deal. You can usually get ibis hotels for £40


​nonsense.
I'm hoping to book a hotel in Cardiff (Nov 25th) for 1 night.. At the moment, rates are about £100 for 1 night! Think I should take the risk and check if the rates reduce with this on the week?
futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts
I think the OP posts this because of people like you, ie people that don't come on the site everyday or every week, also for people who don't know about this deal,
futura
The OP has posted this same deal at least 5 times now, just changing the dates. I always appreciate people taking the time to post deals but every week? It's available EVERY Monday/Tuesday so I don't see the need to keep adding new posts


It's not available every Mon/Tues - only occasionally.
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Thorpe Park Fright Night in HALF TERM > 2 Days Park Entry + 1 Night Hotel Stay + Breakfast from £200.00 for a family of four!

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Thorpe Park are celebrating 15 Years of Fear with an Early Bird offer on their Fright Nights in October. 2 Day Park Entry Tickets are priced at £47.99 pp so thought some of the short break offers at t…
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LeePark
Please explain how 4 adults stay at Hilton Woking on the 30th of Oct for £220.

It doesn't say four adults, it's 2 adults + 2 kids/young adults as per OP "Link goes to the site, but below are some of the prices / dates I've found, ALL include 2 Days Entry to Fright Night Thorpe Park + 1 Night Hotel Stay & Breakfast for 2 Adults & 2 Children."
Water rides in October will be... fun !
Please explain how 4 adults stay at Hilton Woking on the 30th of Oct for £220.
cold..... alton towers are doing fear all year round!

haha I voted hot really :p
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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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Well done for your effort!
You are amazing. ;)
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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joshp
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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WAS £140 now £22.40 PAIR Luxury Hotel Collection 500 TC Single Flat Sheets Taupe @ house of fraser

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Hotel Collection Luxury bed linen in taupe. This luxurious 500 thread count sateen bed linen is created from the finest Indus Valley Cotton yarn to produce an exceptionally soft and lustrous bed linen…
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Remember never sheet on the sheets ;)
scottiebottie
Jonny678
You can always check John Lewis to find out what a genuine 500TC sheet SHOULD cost. In fact they don't do a 500TC, but a 600TC single is £35.
But it's not just the TC it's where the cotton comes from but Evan at John Lewis would cost £70 not £22.40 no pleasing SOME PEOPLE for free

Jonny678
You can always check John Lewis to find out what a genuine 500TC sheet SHOULD cost. In fact they don't do a 500TC, but a 600TC single is £35.

If John Lewis TC START AT 600 why is this there at 180 TC EACH for £45 ???
http://www.johnlewis.com/peter-reed-egyptian-cotton-2-row-cord-flat-sheets/p120205?colour=White&navAction=jump&_requestid=3190288

Edited By: scottiebottie on Sep 26, 2016 12:51
Jonny678
You can always check John Lewis to find out what a genuine 500TC sheet SHOULD cost. In fact they don't do a 500TC, but a 600TC single is £35.
But it's not just the TC it's where the cotton comes from but Evan at John Lewis would cost £70 not £22.40 no pleasing SOME PEOPLE for free
You can always check John Lewis to find out what a genuine 500TC sheet SHOULD cost. In fact they don't do a 500TC, but a 600TC single is £35.
scottiebottie
escortboy
£11.20 per sheet if you're buying a pair.
The cheapest 500tc single sheet I can find online is £18 delivered from eBay making this significantly cheaper.
There may be a code floating around that could further improve this deal, or cashback.
How much is delivery though?
The nearest place is quite a drive for me!
HI THERE DELIVERY IS £3.50 if the order is below £50
Hi there! :)
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Amex deal - Get £25.00 back on £150 spend at Small Luxury Hotels of the World

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Available on my Platinum Cashback card. Not on my Barclaycard, so may be account specific. Sorry, unable to link directly to SLH site via Amex. Maybe someone can help. T&C's below. Offer only…
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nice one - staying at one next weekend! It's available on my BAPP amex :-)
Some amazing hotels on there... also some eye watering prices but, probably worth it. Heated.
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Hotel Chocolat Box and gift delivered for £6.95 (possibly £1.95 after quidco

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Choice of 5 different boxes of chocolates (Classic, High Cocoa, Mellow, Fortified, Rare & Vintage), £6.95 via link including delivery (takes 12 days according to T&C's). Then cancel your members…
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Great deal! Thanks.
I've had quite a few of these deals over the years, never had a problem cancelling and find there CS very good.
luke-kirk
I see 12% quidco not £5 but still went for it! Great deal!

Confusing but:

12% is Hotel Chocolate cashback

£5 is for Hotel Chocolate Tasting Club new member.
It's the tasting club and they are very persistent to get u back after u have cancelled , they put on a soft calm voice to lure u in and never give up.
Silly question at this stage but any way of knowing the sell by dates was thinking for Christmas presents
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Free Movie to own on BT! - The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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BT are offering a free download of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel to all BTTV customers. And it's to own, not just a rental, so it will sit on your box forever! Says the offer is only available for a
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Sunnysideup1
Just looked into this and if you leave BT you get sent a link to download all your films to a device, so looks like you really do 'own' them
That's really useful info. Could you provide a URL to the source please - I'd like to know what format / compression etc that will be used, thanks.
I spoke to someone at BT who told me about the link but looked at this page 1st - http://www.broadband.bt.com/est/?s_cid=con_FURL_mytvpurchases
Sunnysideup1
Just looked into this and if you leave BT you get sent a link to download all your films to a device, so looks like you really do 'own' them
That's really useful info. Could you provide a URL to the source please - I'd like to know what format / compression etc that will be used, thanks.
Just looked into this and if you leave BT you get sent a link to download all your films to a device, so looks like you really do 'own' them
Sunnysideup1
...And it's to own, not just a rental, so it will sit on your box forever!...
I am not a BTTV customer, but considering. How do I access the film I own if I leave BT? Thanks.
so can you download it and put on say.. a usb stick or a nas? if not you are not really "owning" it..
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Prague Christmas Market Break 2 nights £89.00pp with Hotel and Flights @ Gogroopie

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Found it!, Just bought the 2 Nights £89pp - Cheapest I've found Prague but it looks like its expiring soon so didn't want to risk missing out! We've always liked the look of the Prague Markets :D :…
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hukduserr
any weekend dates?
Don't think so. The outbound flights seem really late at night and return first thing in the morning, I was able to pay a bit more to return in the evening though to squeeze an extra day.

I also found this cheaper by booking with airline and hotel direct, Great LAte Holidays did eventually bring their price in line with what I'd found online. No need to go via Go Groopie as can call direct to find out dates/times first.
any weekend dates?
matman050988
Really tempted to book this but never used anything like this before.
How reliable are they? as we have to book round personal commitments.
Any idea what airline they use too and what kind of baggage the 2 of you can take?
Ours we're easyjet flights and only hand luggage for two days that's all we need, he did offer large bags we'd need to check in but we don't need it

My husband has sleep apnea and we can take his kit bag on as well as hand luggage for free which i wasn't expecting :)
Really tempted to book this but never used anything like this before.

How reliable are they? as we have to book round personal commitments.

Any idea what airline they use too and what kind of baggage the 2 of you can take?
twiggy01
Any thing from scottish airports.
Nothing on this deal - we looked earlier. However, we then got 4 nights from Edinburgh incl hotel for just under £200pp on Expedia. Not quite the bargain this is, but twice as long in the city, and still looks like a great price - and there were cheaper hotels if we'd wanted
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2 night weekend break to Dublin for £68.98pp *perfect for Xmas doo* including flights and hotel @ booking.com

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Still struggling to find your perfect work Christmas doo?! Why not jet off for the weekend over to Ireland and do something a little different! This deal is based on 5 adults flying out to Dublin f…
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The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.


Only on Fri and Sat nights. And the fare is €6.50!
Temple Bar is a tourist trap - there are plenty of other locations around the city with good pubs/restaurants etc.
The Church is one of my favourites: https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restaurant_Review-g186605-d792839-Reviews-The_Church-Dublin_County_Dublin.html
The bus service in Dublin changes over to the Nitelink service from around midnight.
The timetables are here: http://dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Nitelink-Services/Nitelink/
Google maps is probably the easiest way to plan your journey, as the bus routes are on that.
Accommodation is quite expensive in Dublin but I would want to stay 5 to a room to make a saving.

I've stayed at Egan's House and it's a decent place to stay. Easy to get to the city centre but the busses stop ridiculously early for a Capital City.
cdm22
scunny
1 Room 5 adults, really? not for me thanks.
This!
That?
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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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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

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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late summer sale includes destinations such as London, New York, Barcelona and Paris - discounts of up to 40% off normal prices
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Shame I cannot find much for the Uk.
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Overnight stay at the 4-star Crowne Plaza Ealing with breakfast & parking + Two Red Rover 24hr River cruises tickets & Two London attraction tickets of your choice from £74.50pp (Based on 2 people) @ Great Little Breaks

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Ideal for shopping trip or just to get away for the night There are endless places to visit in London, be amazed by the crown jewels protected by The Tower of London or take in the spectacular view…
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is this still live only seems to give £10 discount
technokeenan
yozzman1234
It's a good deal if you want the freebies.
But we book secret escapes deals for London quite a lot and if you keep your eye out the always have the 5 star Grange St. Paul's or 5 star Grange tower bridge for £130 a night for 2 adults and 2 full breakfasts . So 2 night weekend is normally £260 with breakfast and they are pure luxury 5 star . And virgin direct train from the northwest is just 2 hours for as little as £38 pp , cheaper than fuel money !!!!!

I would really appreciate the info on where I should keep an eye out for such great 5 star deal?


As I said in comments secret escapes !!!!!!
Red Devil PJB
Good deal but be aware, this hotel is nowhere near Ealing really. It is just off Hanger Lane which is where two main roads, A40 & A406 meet. It is quite busy (trafficwise) & industrial. There are a few places nearby (Royale Leisure Park is 10 minute walk and has Chiqitos, Nandos, bowling, cinema, Burger King and good old KFC!) but it is not the nicest area! Although given most will spend the mainstay in London it is close to tube and considering what is including I would say this is hot for those from outside of the capital


At first I assumed it was the doubletree on ealing common and that you had the location wrong - but yeah, everything that you said. Safe now, but my brother got mugged at knifepoint in that leisure park in the 90s, noisy and not pretty these days, but if all you need is a (presumably nice) room that's next to the tube, goferrit.
yozzman1234
It's a good deal if you want the freebies.
But we book secret escapes deals for London quite a lot and if you keep your eye out the always have the 5 star Grange St. Paul's or 5 star Grange tower bridge for £130 a night for 2 adults and 2 full breakfasts . So 2 night weekend is normally £260 with breakfast and they are pure luxury 5 star . And virgin direct train from the northwest is just 2 hours for as little as £38 pp , cheaper than fuel money !!!!!

I would really appreciate the info on where I should keep an eye out for such great 5 star deal?
we've stayed near this hotel in a holiday inn we had no problems with the area and felt safe walking to and from the tube station.
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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.
Stevie Badman
cold - not nationwide
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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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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Long weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria for £45.01 each including flights and hotel (£90.02 total) @ Ebookers

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Long weekend in Sofia, Bulgaria for £45.01 each including flights and hotel. I've based this trip on 2 adults flying out of Stansted on Saturday 19th November returning Monday 21st November. You wi…
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...agenda is an anti septic one ...
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Struggling with widely used slang?

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Hi fellow Hotukdealers,

When I saw this I couldn't resist at this incredible price. I looked further into flights from the North and booked the same dates from Liverpool for just £8 more. Its quite incredible to fly to the ofher side of Europe for £33.98 when you consider most people in their 20s spend more than that on a night out these days. Having looked on line at various sites it appears there is quite a few things to do in Sofia which is exciting, Cant wait! For anyone else that's on board well done and have a great time!

Thanks,

MnM
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Will they allow Syrian refugees there if they paid this?
Yeah, lets have a good laugh at people escaping Russian bombs, barrel bombs from their own government and Islamic state. Ho Ho Ho ho, that's so funny. oO
People that actually started this conflict five years ago because they thought it would be a walk in the park but then started it having it on their toes within six months because surprise surprise the man in power did not want to let go of it.
The people that recklessly continue to have children whilst living in a theatre of war, many of them even twisted enough to use those childrem on the off chance of getting in to a better country.
Are those the people you mean?
And think very carefully before you answer because the last time I looked, refugees fleeing conflict are meant to request asylum in the first safe country they reach........not pick n choose where they want to go because of lifestyle choices hmmmm see that's the point they cease to be refugees and are proving they're actually economic migrants.
​Phrase it however you want, but if those people stay put, they die, there's no two ways about it, so when they get banged up by the heartless Bulgarian vigilante groups it's probably a relief compared to the American, UK, French and all the other countries that are bombing them, and the death they leave behind, at least they are still alive, even though it's in hand cuffs and at the mercy of racist nationalists.
To the best of my knowledge the septics, the snails and us are only bombing ISIL positions so you are actively subscribing to the self styled cailphate's soldiers, numerous wives and sprogs coming to live in Europe oO
In that case I'm all for raising dough for the Bulgarians, be they government regulated or football casuals, to have more shooters to protect us all from that death cult :{
wtf, seriously wtf??? I'm thinking of the best way to respond to this. I can't think of it. So according to you, all the Syrian refugees/economic migrants are soldiers of the Islamic state? And the women they bring along with them are their numerous wives? You actually believe that? And if America and it's allies say they are bombing only isil targets ( http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/11915407/America-admits-mistakenly-bombing-MSFs-Kunduz-hospital-in-Afghanistan.html ) you believe that too? You do know that in war there is collateral damage? In these wars there's a lot more collateral than any other type of damage. BTW, the only reason why that bombing has been mentioned is because it was an international hospital.
I don't need to believe anything. I can see your agenda is an anti septic one and frankly I don't really care one way or the other as regards them. Educated guess says you got issues with Uncle Sam's biggest ally and to be honest I can't stand that mob either but of course depending on what flag you wave you're on that one too, let's not go down that road eh

​Sorry, but you do believe something (something ridiculous, I might add), otherwise you wouldn't be putting your point across. I have an issue with uncle Sam's biggest ally? How do you justify making "educated" guesses (accusations) like that? If I had an issue I wouldn't be here, I'd be long gone. I have my own views on how they handle international/internal affairs, like everyone else, that's why I'm voting labour in the next general elections, see that's what a democracy is, we get to choose who leads us, and what flag we waive.

Are you sure you're voting Labour or did you mean Momentum?
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...agenda is an anti septic one ...

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The Savoy Hotel London, AA-Rosette 2 Course Lunch + Wine & Coffee for 2 = £49.00 @ Travelzoo

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This deal is great for a special Occasion. The Savoy Grill has outstanding reviews for Lunch. (see tripadvisor) Excellent price to visit Iconic Hotel in London. You can visit the AA-Rosette-awarde…
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Is this off early for the Grill or Kaspers or both
It says Kaspar's Seafood Bar & Grill in the OP...
Is this off early for the Grill or Kaspers or both
skybluearmyontour
+12.5% Tip on full amount

And a couple of chips or a spoonful of peas will set you back a fiver! 'Cos these places never put veg on the plate.
+12.5% Tip on full amount
urban_i
How do you check for a specific date/time is available, before purchasing the voucher?


You cannot through travelzoo although they have the offer on bookatable (for £29)
so you can see rough availability/dates for the same offer
http://www.bookatable.co.uk/kaspars-seafood-bar-and-grill-charing-cross-strand-trafalgar-square-london
Best to call first if your after a 'really' specific date
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Eastbourne Devonshire Park Hotel £85.00 B&B + free extras @ Travelzoo

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#3 of 44 Eastbourne Hotels in Tripadvisor. Amazing value for money, went there 2 weeks ago and got all the free extras (room upgrade, late checkout, dinner-supplement). Weather forecast for next week
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I'm sure it's a very nice place to stay but this isn't exactly a deal is it? Just a standard price for a slightly-above average B&B.

The price is the same as the best price you can find on trivago/booking.com, but here you get free £45 in Travelzoo-exclusive extras (such as £10 per person to spend in restaurant) which I believe makes it a deal.
I'm sure it's a very nice place to stay but this isn't exactly a deal is it? Just a standard price for a slightly-above average B&B.
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rhinozdc
how long is this for?
A night?
A week?
It's ​£85 for a week. Also includes car hire and spending money.
idiot


​Just what I was thinking.
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rhinozdc
how long is this for?
A night?
A week?
It's ​£85 for a week. Also includes car hire and spending money.
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rhinozdc
how long is this for?

A night?

A week?


It's ​£85 for a week. Also includes car hire and spending money.
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Malmaison Hotel Rooms from £40.00 inc 25th Dec (Mostly Sundays & Mondays through to June 2017)

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Just had an email through from Malmaison Hotels to say that their "It Pays to be Forward" offer where you can book rooms from just £40 per night if you book 120 days in advance is now on again. Click
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Bit confused by this as I can't find anything under £89 for Edinburgh or Glasgow. Gone right through to Apr 17. Even checking on the specific dates/locations in the original post gets me rooms at double the price stated above.

You need to make sure you're clicking through with the link. Try this one: https://www.malmaison.com/offers/rooms/it-pays-to-be-forward/

Or go to menu > our offers > room packages > choose 'it pays to be forward' to get the £40 offer.




Edited By: tylah3 on Sep 11, 2016 18:17
Bit confused by this as I can't find anything under £89 for Edinburgh or Glasgow. Gone right through to Apr 17. Even checking on the specific dates/locations in the original post gets me rooms at double the price stated above.
Booked a Sunday for a Wedding Anniversary- cheaper than the Travelodge
Don't know what I'm doing wrong, but can't find anything for less than £89 for both Manchester and Liverpool for months on end?
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Everytime I try to click on the site I get a blank page. Been like this since yesterday for me. Am I doing something wrong?

Disable any ad-blocker that you may have running on the site, it's usually the culprit :)
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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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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, half board with flights, transfers
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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

Edited By: Eldini on Sep 10, 2016 09:45
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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
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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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2 nights in Paris flights and hotel for 2 people (Pullman Paris Centre-Bercy) - £398.09 @ Expedia £389.09

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2 night trip including flights Has 'superb 97%' rating on Expedia FLIGHT (2 return tickets) +plus HOTEL (2 nights), taxes & fees Total: £398.09 +9.92 EUR total due at hotel (includes 2…
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i stood for 200 quids inc. flights at 2 minutes from notre-dame, why should i stay so far with more money?
How about.......

here

Edited By: chickentikkaman on Sep 07, 2016 12:06
why ppl on hukd would want to live beside ministry of finance??
London or Paris?? which one is less risky??
I've stayed here before. Nice hotel, slightly out of the centre of Paris, but easy enough to get back in on the metro in 15 mins or so.
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STAY PLAY EXPLORE DEAL CHOOSE HOW MANY NIGHTS YOU WANT TO STAY FROM PICK YOUR DAYS FAMILY BREAK IN 4 STAR HOTEL AND CHOSE 3 ACTIVITES OUT OF 10 FOR £139.00

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2 adults and 2 children - £139* The Stay Play Explore Family short break is a fantastic break that families of all ages are sure to enjoy. For just £139* a family of 2 adults and 2 children can
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We did this last month, stayed for one night at Jurys Inn Hinckley. Hotel was lovely. The tickets can be used anytime until the end of the year so we just visited Twycross Zoo on the weekend we stayed and plan on using the other 2 tickets soon. Great offer, we would definitely do it again next year.
Did this 2 years ago when it was £109. Excellent break!.
sounds great! Why cold? Heat from me :)
I did this in July this year, stayed at Jurys Inn Hinkley, we stayed for 3 nights,it was £75 per extra night, included breakfast. We had a great time, lovely hotel
We went on one of these breaks in Leicestershire and paid for an extra night. We had a fantastic time in a beautiful hotel and visited three great attractions, well worth the money :)
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London aparthotel - Monday 14th November £29.00 @ Secret Escapes

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There's a good deal on secretescapes.com at the moment. An aparthotel in Whitechapel (29sq m) close to Aldgate East. Most £29 dates now gone but Monday 14th November is still available at the £29 ra…
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Looks like all the £29 rooms are gone now - £99 now. Hope those who bagged one enjoy. The site's own website lists a studio apartment for around £200.
To book : Search for "Leman" on secretescapes dot com (HUKD is breaking the link)

Details of the hotel only : http://lockeliving.com/leman-locke/









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Elmo's Little Library £1.69 (Prime) - Amazon £3.68

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There are four books in this set: Elmo's Mother Goose Elmo says... Elmo's ABC book Elmo's Tricky Tongue Twisters All are great reads for Elmo / The Furchester Hotel fans
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From Edinburgh: Explore Amazing Vietnam 13-31 March £602.24pp @ Hotels.com £1,204.49

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I've just finished planning my Christmas & NYE trip to Vietnam and I'm sure someone mentioned Vietnam previously so here is a taster. This is just over a two week itinerary and you may want to adju…
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I am be travelling to the region with my parents (in their early 60s) now in December. Any comments or suggestions to the below skeleton itinerary:

Days 1-3
Explore Siem Reap (Angkor Wat)

Day 4
Depart Siem Reap for HCMC and spend half a day exploring HCMC

Day 5
Explore HCMC

Day 6
Day tour of Mekong Delta

Day 7
Explore HCMC

Day 8
Extra day in HCMC (can be changed for something else)

Day 9
Travel to Da Nang and transfer onto Hoi An

Day 10
Explore Hoi An

Day 11
Cooking class in Hoi An

Days 12 / 13
Relax on the beach (heard mixed reports about weather in Hoi An in December)

Day 14
Fly to Hanoi and roam around the city

Day 15
Explore Hanoi

Day 16
Go to Halong Bay and stay overnight (Vin Pearl Island perhaps)

Day 17
Day cruise of Halong bay

Day 18
Back to Hanoi for the last day before flying out.

Happy to change the order or places to be visited if recommended.

Appreciate any other ideas / changes / things to cover.

Edited By: mascot99 on Sep 11, 2016 10:30: Spelling
I can provide what we did although we had been very busy prior to travel (we both did a 20 hour day before we flew)

9/5 day 1 take off from manchester
10/5 day 2 arrived at HCMC (booked into Villa Song Saigon District 2 - 15-30 mins in a taxi to the centre)
11/5 day 3 day walking round the city
12/5 day 4 mekong delta tour full day
13/5 day 5 shopping in the day time and then the XO "Foodie" Tour in the evening
14/5 day 6 travel to phu quoc (booked into Salinda 3 nights)
15/5 day 7 relax
16/5 day 8 relax
17/5 day 9 travel to HCMC and then onto nha trang (booked into mia resort 3 nights)
18/5 day 10 relax
19/5 day 11 walk round nha trang
20/5 day 12 travel to hanoi (booked into oriental central 6 nights)
21/5 day 13 travel to halong bay
22/5 day 14 halong bay and canoeing
23/5 day 15 travel back to hanoi
24/5 day 16 Hanoi kids (free trip with students trying to improve their english) half day tour
25/5 day 17 cooking lesson at Orchid Cooking Class
26/5 day 18 travel to bangkok
27/5 day 19 trip to the water market and temples
28/5 day 20 trip to tiger temple and elephant sanctuary
29/5 day 21 shopping
30/5 day 22 travel back to uk




Edited By: mike1212 on Sep 10, 2016 20:51
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lynne1
Thanks, sunkissed. I am thinking now to stay in the Mekong Delta for a few days, go back to HCMC and fly to Siem Reap for 3 days and then fly from there to Da Nang for Hoi An and Hue. From there to do Halong Bay, then Hanoi and then Sapa or Mu Cang Chai, back to Hanoi to fly home. I checked the flights and they weren't too bad. No doubt my plans will change a bit before March. Going to check utube. Thanks
I would be careful your not cramming too much in as you will be exhausted I did 3 weeks and probably had too much in my itinerary. I didn't really see Nha Trang due to exhaustion we ended up just staying round our pool and tried to explore at night.
In the 3 weeks we had 5 internal flights and a full day of travelling by people carrier.

Thanks for that. I think you are right. Although I would love to see Angkor Wat I think we will leave it for another holiday. So, fly in to HCMC, time on the Mekong Delta then making our way up to Halong Bay via Hoi An, Da Lang, and Hue. Then to Hanoi, Sapa and back to Hanoi to fly home (UK). I think it will be better to see more of Vietnam. We are not as young as we were! Thanks for your input.
lynne1
Thanks, sunkissed. I am thinking now to stay in the Mekong Delta for a few days, go back to HCMC and fly to Siem Reap for 3 days and then fly from there to Da Nang for Hoi An and Hue. From there to do Halong Bay, then Hanoi and then Sapa or Mu Cang Chai, back to Hanoi to fly home. I checked the flights and they weren't too bad. No doubt my plans will change a bit before March. Going to check utube. Thanks


I would be careful your not cramming too much in as you will be exhausted I did 3 weeks and probably had too much in my itinerary. I didn't really see Nha Trang due to exhaustion we ended up just staying round our pool and tried to explore at night.

In the 3 weeks we had 5 internal flights and a full day of travelling by people carrier.

Edited By: mike1212 on Sep 10, 2016 16:28: More detail
oldham
mollymooster
Remember you will need an visa for Vietnam and don't get ripped off by the fake companies that offer to do this for you - we went for 3 weeks via HK and got our visa from the Vietnamese embassy in HK


​you don't need a visa if you're there for less than 15 days. this was announced last year. i was there in feb/mar and the entry was pretty simple


Just in case anyone books any other dates this advice is correct Until 30 June 2017
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4 Tickets to Drayton Manor + 1 Saturday Night Travelodge Stay + £5 Cashback from £102.30 (£25.57pp) (other nights even cheaper ie from £91.25 for 4)

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Been playing around with the 15% off Travelodge Rooms & Cashback offer that I posted a few days ago (end tomorrow) to see if I could find any Major Attractions offers that would work in conjunction wi…
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Drayton manor tickets £23. Don't need to buy 7 days in advance. I used this website a few weeks ago. Voucher was emailed straight away. No issues.
http://www.attractiontix.co.uk/tickets/drayton-manor

If you are going with a toddler then call Drayton Manor booking line and quote TUMBLETOTS2016 and you get a adult and toddler in for £18.

HTH's
mocmocamoc
Our kids love Thomas land, although not sure I'd want to book 7 days in advance, might lash down all day


They also do a rainy day guarantee
Our kids love Thomas land, although not sure I'd want to book 7 days in advance, might lash down all day
wishihadadonkey
mummymelly
Lots of closer hotels really than burton one. Look for hotels in Tamworth,Lichfield. Fazeley is the closest village area with few guest houses & b&b. Tamworth has two travelodges (M42 & Tamworth Bolebridge) and a premier inn. Also has a Holiday Inn at SnowDome. Also don't forget Drayton Manor has its own Caravan & Camping site on too. I know all this as I live about 5 minutes from Drayton Manor!
Thanks for the info, it was more about the price of the Travelodge ones & the cashback that's on offer at the mo, the Tamworth ones are more expensive than the Burton one on a Saturday night however as per the op "If you are not tied to a weekend, then you can find rooms even cheaper ie I checked Sunday 25th Sept & found a room at Tamworth M42 (3 miles from Drayton) for just £23.80, so £93.80 for 4 People + £5 cashback, for the night of Sunday 9th Oct the room would cost £21.75."
I presume the closer ones are more expensive on a Saturday night as most people who visit would do so on a weekend day & have to go to work on a Monday hence being cheaper on a Sunday night.
I've never been, but my girls are just getting into theme parks, so hoping to visit next year :)
Yes it good price and deal not gonna argue with that! We go regularly to "the manor" (local name!) As we are annual pass holders. Lots to do for everyone especially if like my girls they aren't into big rides nice to go round the Zoo or have a picnic. I'm sure they'd love it.
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Lots of closer hotels really than burton one. Look for hotels in Tamworth,Lichfield. Fazeley is the closest village area with few guest houses & b&b. Tamworth has two travelodges (M42 & Tamworth Bolebridge) and a premier inn. Also has a Holiday Inn at SnowDome. Also don't forget Drayton Manor has its own Caravan & Camping site on too. I know all this as I live about 5 minutes from Drayton Manor!

Thanks for the info, it was more about the price of the Travelodge ones & the cashback that's on offer at the mo, the Tamworth ones are more expensive than the Burton one on a Saturday night however as per the op "If you are not tied to a weekend, then you can find rooms even cheaper ie I checked Sunday 25th Sept & found a room at Tamworth M42 (3 miles from Drayton) for just £23.80, so £93.80 for 4 People + £5 cashback, for the night of Sunday 9th Oct the room would cost £21.75."

I presume the closer ones are more expensive on a Saturday night as most people who visit would do so on a weekend day & have to go to work on a Monday hence being cheaper on a Sunday night.

I've never been, but my girls are just getting into theme parks, so hoping to visit next year :)
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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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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
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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 :)
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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 £706.76 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.

Hotukdeals why are you allowing racist and derogatory posts about muslims which contravene decency and your own guidance

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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.
BlueSkies
ACJMY2K
@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
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4 days in Disneyland Paris for £264 each including flights, onsite hotel, breakfast and park tickets @ disneylandparis

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4 nights in Disneyland Paris staying in Disney's Mexican themed hotel Santa Fe. This price includes all flights, Disney hotel, breakfast and Disneyland park tickets for the full 4 days. I've based
BlueSkies Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago48 Comments
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We go in 4 weeks and I've only paid £1200 for 1 adult and 2 children over 7, staying in sequoia lodge, half board plus with flights, luggage and private transfers
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Cold from me, booked for Feb half term 4 nights, 5 days 2 adults 2 children staying at Cheyenne £563. You can even stay at Hotel New York for £700 odd quid for 4 nights, which is still cheaper than this offer for 3 nights term time
mind me asking where you found that price, im getting just under £800
Disneyland website from 19th Feb came up as £500 odd for Cheyenne and £700 odd for New York. Not including travel
Erm - the 19th Feb is not half term (well not down South it isn't). Half term is the week before.
Erm - the 19th Feb is half term (well in the Midlands it is)
Doesn't Disneyland sometimes do free for kids? is this included in the price?
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I vowed never ever ever to go to Disneyland Paris again!! It was such a disappointment took the kids and we managed to get on one ride all day after queuing for about 6 hrs!! And it wasn't even anything special, this was for the Merry go round. The next day went to the MGM studios which was better as we managed four rides.... I suppose if you go in the winter you might be able to go on more rides, but for me after that exoerience I wouldn't go back if it was free !!

We went for 4 days just (last Monday-Thursday) as I said on the previous page. Monday was really busy - but my kids are 3 and 7. We got on a bit on Monday, but everything we wanted to thereafter. The app will tell you the current waiting times and the FastPass vouchers are a good idea. Ratatouille was by far the worst of the rides we were after at around 60-100 mins most of the time.. But we use our FastPass vouchers for it and got on <15mins. We did Small World loads of times, Pirates of the Caribbean, Buzz's Laser Blast - all at around <10mins waiting time.. at around 5pm in the evening, the weather was still red hot last week - we got on the rides we wanted with practically no queue - it was brilliant.
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I vowed never ever ever to go to Disneyland Paris again!! It was such a disappointment took the kids and we managed to get on one ride all day after queuing for about 6 hrs!! And it wasn't even anything special, this was for the Merry go round. The next day went to the MGM studios which was better as we managed four rides.... I suppose if you go in the winter you might be able to go on more rides, but for me after that exoerience I wouldn't go back if it was free !!

The queues are a problem, and it's definitely better to go off-peak. We went on a wet day in Feb one year and walked onto every ride. We nearly froze to death in the process tho!! If you use the fastpass system it makes a massive difference. Get to the park early (I know you're on holiday, but you really need to be there for opening to miss the crowds), get the big rides done first and save the busier times of the day for rides that move faster like Small World. We often go in the morning, leave by 11, have a day out or at the pool, and go back 2-3 hours before closing. Don't waste your time waiting for stuff that's really slow to load/unload like Dumbo or Orbitron - it's no different to stuff you'd get at a beach fairground. Pirates of The Caribbean is ace and if you go in the evening you'll hardly have to wait at all. Fireworks and parade times can be good times for rides too.
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4-star 17th-Century manor-house hotel stay (Hertfordshire) + Full English Breakfast + Leisure Club Access (Pool, Sauna, Steam, Fitness Room) £29.50pp @ Groupon £59.00

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I posted this offer a few months ago & it sold out really quickly, it's now back & they've added an extra day option to stay, it's not just Fri & Sun, you can now choose a Thursday night as well. Tho…
wishihadadonkey Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago5 Comments
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Good price. Usually average 80+
Had my wedding here, great venue. Just lacking beer choice ;)
Funny enough 2nd year anniversary next week....

Edited By: martje on Sep 02, 2016 23:54
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This is a great discount! thx to OP
Actual site (lots of photos)
http://www.fairviewhotels.com/letchworth-hall/letchworth-hall-home
Do I want a 'rainfall shower', living in the UK, I can get that anywhere free :)

Edited By: jasee on Sep 02, 2016 07:55
I think I'll book this for a nice romantic break with my girlfriend.










Booked a cheap Travelodge deal last night to take my wife to Blackpool!
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All inclusive stay at the Epidaurus Hotel, Cavtat, Dalmatian Coast (Dubrovnik), Croatia including flights, meals, drinks etc for £253pp (based on two people) @ Monarch £506.76

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Looking to go to Croatia myself, looks amazing! Select all inclusive for above price, or £50 cheaper (in total) for half board Weather is approx 20c during the day Fly out 10th Octobe…
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Stunning place, stayed there about 5 years or so ago. I was told it was a little older than Dubrovnik itself and it was easily as pricey if not more so.
Had aome amazing yachts in the little harbour, some with string quartets playing for the guests onboard!
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I stayed in Cavtat for ten days last year, it's a stunning place to visit, you can easily catch a water taxi to Dubrovnik for a few pounds and there is a regular bus service too. We love Croatia, it's a beautiful country to visit and amazingly cheap to eat out etc.
I go to Croatia every year and I'm still finding hard to find "amazingly cheap" place to eat. Never mind Dubrovnik which is together with Split, the most expensive place in Croatia. Beautiful yes, cheap no.
What about weather on April? How warm is in the Dubrovnik? Thanks
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5 nights only and in October? Nothing exciting.
Nope, nothing exciting at all.
Forgot people don't go on their travels outside of the summer holidays or want a short break.
Silly me!

Or head away for their birthday every year in October. Imagine!
Heads to check flight prices from BFS to Gatwick :)
£303 for 7 nights from Birmingham Saturday October 8-15 !?
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15% off ALL Travelodge rooms inc Saver Rates! (Eg En-suite Family rooms from £18.70 with code) PLUS £5 Cashback via Earnaway

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Travelodge have just released a code AUTUMN15 that gives 15% off Hotel rooms, usually they don't work on saver rooms but this one does & it includes half term dates PLUS if you go via Earnaway on the
wishihadadonkey Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago50 Comments
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Works for me. Even takes 15% off the WiFi addition, essentially making it free.

Cheers poster!
It's simply misleading or may be trick to attract the customer. When entered the code its rejected and asking look for other dates or look other hotels. Amazing.
But if you pay full amount its acceptingthe quote i.e code not accepting.
Thank you, just booked a family room in Swindon for 4th November - AUTUMN15 worked, so got it for £24.65, hopefully, if the £5 cashback from Earnaway works, it would have cost me £19.65. Thank you.
& married to a lovely MCP...Lucky in love lol :-)
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Fantastic for me and my wifes 1st anniversary
why take her to a fancy hotel when you can go to a Travelodge instead oO
because shes a ****
Oohhh after 1year! #won'tlastlong

ah she's just lucky she's a good ride
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From Birmingham: May Bank Holiday, Verona and Lake Garda Break + car hire £231.42pp @ Hotels.com £462.83

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Love to make the most of the bank holidays? How about heading away for the May Bank Holiday week to Verona and Lake Garda? A lovely city break in Verona first, you are going to be based at the Ibis wh…
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This makes me wonder how many people go to Birmingham for a holiday oO

Quite a few I would think - it's probably the closest airport for seeing the Cotswolds, Shakespeare's Stratford, etc. And just over an hour by Virgin Trains to London.
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Make sure you have car hire excess insurance in Italy...

Insurance4carhire are good and cover the excess.


Yes, buy the excess insurance online before travel, just don't buy them from the car rental company at the desk, as you might end ​up paying more for the excess insurance than the car rental cost itself. Also don't go into the ZTL zones in the major cities of Italy, you will get a fine plus also an admin charge from the car rental company.
This makes me wonder how many people go to Birmingham for a holiday oO
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Make sure you have car hire excess insurance in Italy...

Insurance4carhire are good and cover the excess.
Make sure you have car hire excess insurance in Italy...