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14 nights Orlando inc hotel, direct flights, 20kg luggage & transfers (2a/2c) departing 31st August Gatwick £342.15pp (£1368.60 total) @ TUI
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14 nights Orlando inc hotel, direct flights, 20kg luggage & transfers (2a/2c) departing 31st August Gatwick £342.15pp (£1368.60 total) @ TUI

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Posted 9th Jul

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End of August getaway to Florida for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including return flights from London Gatwick - flying out 31st August. Includes 20kg luggage allowance per adult, transfers and 14 nights at 3*Rosen Inn International hotel (scores 4 out of 5 on Tripadvisor). Worksout at £342.14pp (total price £1368.60) for 2 adults and 2 children. Weather temp is 32 degrees. May suit those with pre school children.


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What's included

  • Direct Flights for 2 adults and 2 children - 31st August to 14th September flying from Gatwick
  • 20kg luggage allowance per adult and 10kg hand luggage
  • In flight meals
  • 14 Nights Hotel accommodation, double room at Rosen Inn International hotel
  • Free shuttle bus to parks
  • Coach transfers from the airport to your hotel on arrival, and from the hotel back to the airport when it’s time to leave.

With two swimming pools and a great bar-come-lounge, the Rosen Inn International Drive is the perfect place to relax when you’re not out exploring Orlando.The Rosen Inn International Drive used to be known as the Quality Inn International. It’s just a few
minutes’ drive from Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando® Resort, SeaWorld® Orlando and Wet 'n Wild®. The hotel runs a free shuttle bus to most of them.



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Zanyrais09/07/2019 13:18

Good Only problem I have 3 kids lols


Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses of juice and milky bar buttons and they'll never notice you've gone.
I am one of the parents who take my 4 children during school terms abroad, to see different cultures, learn different languages, visit a few relatives which is much more educational than staying at school, and most importantly enjoy some nicer, warmer, sunnier weather without caring about the bunch of decision makers who goes holidays funded by the taxpayers, avoid paying their taxes by keeping their money abroad in tax heavens, and penalize the poor, the hard working families and their children who can’t afford schools’ trips abroad,(school wants £900 for 6 nights 7 days trip for my daughter during school terms, when we, the 6 of us could go for the same dates and the same money and same destination), the people who cannot afford taking their little ones during half term holidays when the prices more than doubled, sadly they end up paying the £60 per child penalties for only trying to treat their children in a same way that those decision makers take their children and grandchildren abroad, or not going at all!!! what a crap unfair policies they make!
squeakybot09/07/2019 15:12

Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double …Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double in school holidays. Low wages not helping either. I was taken out of school for holidays years ago and although im not a brain surgeon or solicitor im in good health.



But if you were in school..... then maybe the 'low wages' you're on now wouldn't apply to you? Just a thought
I wouldn’t begrudge anyone with kids taking up this offer and I am a STRONG believer in keeping kids in school. That said I think it’s fully understandable that folks can’t let this kind of offer pass. In all truth I think if parents in this day and age actually took the time to bother with their children more throughout their school years rather than letting them either run riot or sit on a computer then education standards would rise that way. I find the folks that sit in judgement of parents who most likely are on lower paid wages taking up these opportunities pure comedy gold! I’ve done Florida 3 times in 5 years and it’s cost me up and around 30k going in school hols. It’s an amazing experience and in all honesty no other holiday I’ve been on touched it. Go, enjoy, spend some honest to god magical time with your kids before they hit teenage years and become doughnuts!!! I assure you that if a one week absence from school drastically affects your child’s education then there will be more to look at than a week or 2 off school!!!!
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Wow hella cheap! I need to borrow one child hahaha
Scorching Hot Florida Fun deal 😁🌞
If you've got an option i'd recommend looking at the Rosen inn @ pointe Orlando - only a little way up the road and prices are often the same, down to personal preference of course
End of August with kids....???
Cheap because the kids miss the first week of a new school year I'm guessing
Good Only problem I have 3 kids lols
Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for 2 adults only, which is pretty decent!
Zanyrais09/07/2019 13:18

Good Only problem I have 3 kids lols


Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses of juice and milky bar buttons and they'll never notice you've gone.
That’s amazing price ! I wish I didn’t book Cuba now 🙈
snatch_master09/07/2019 13:48

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I'm one of those people (on holiday with my 6 year old son at the moment) but the timing this week coming up to the end of the school year compared to the first 2 weeks of a new school year is extremely different.
If only this was two weeks earlier
Mada0609/07/2019 13:57

I'm one of those people (on holiday with my 6 year old son at the moment) …I'm one of those people (on holiday with my 6 year old son at the moment) but the timing this week coming up to the end of the school year compared to the first 2 weeks of a new school year is extremely different.


Yeah the last week of school is generally classes of nothing with teachers giving them any old rubbish to pass the time until holidays start.
Mada0609/07/2019 13:57

I'm one of those people (on holiday with my 6 year old son at the moment) …I'm one of those people (on holiday with my 6 year old son at the moment) but the timing this week coming up to the end of the school year compared to the first 2 weeks of a new school year is extremely different.


As long as you can justify it love, that's the main thing.
lianne2109/07/2019 13:46

Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses …Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses of juice and milky bar buttons and they'll never notice you've gone.


lianne2109/07/2019 13:46

Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses …Just leave the youngest at home with Peppa Pig on repeat, several glasses of juice and milky bar buttons and they'll never notice you've gone.


This will be in the middle of hurricane season just so people are aware. it’s also humid and very frequent rainfall.
superthomo09/07/2019 13:44

Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for …Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for 2 adults only, which is pretty decent!


What part of the site is the best way to find this sort of deal? I’m in the same boat: two adults wanting to go on same dates!
snatch_master09/07/2019 13:48

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Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double in school holidays. Low wages not helping either. I was taken out of school for holidays years ago and although im not a brain surgeon or solicitor im in good health.
Edited by: "squeakybot" 9th Jul
squeakybot09/07/2019 15:12

Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double …Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double in school holidays. Low wages not helping either. I was taken out of school for holidays years ago and although im not a brain surgeon or solicitor im in good health.


Don't feed the troll, some sad keyboard warriors out there as they get off on people reacting
squeakybot09/07/2019 15:12

Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double …Thats me then. Thankyou. How about the cost of holidays more than double in school holidays. Low wages not helping either. I was taken out of school for holidays years ago and although im not a brain surgeon or solicitor im in good health.



But if you were in school..... then maybe the 'low wages' you're on now wouldn't apply to you? Just a thought
superthomo09/07/2019 13:44

Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for …Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for 2 adults only, which is pretty decent!



Never mind mate found it, didn’t realise it was just through the link I thought it would be some Last Minute flights magic!
snatch_master09/07/2019 15:29

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I'd assume it's for the same reason that people who take their kids out of school are jerks?!

But hey, that's just my opinion
Co9ld - kids back to school
I am one of the parents who take my 4 children during school terms abroad, to see different cultures, learn different languages, visit a few relatives which is much more educational than staying at school, and most importantly enjoy some nicer, warmer, sunnier weather without caring about the bunch of decision makers who goes holidays funded by the taxpayers, avoid paying their taxes by keeping their money abroad in tax heavens, and penalize the poor, the hard working families and their children who can’t afford schools’ trips abroad,(school wants £900 for 6 nights 7 days trip for my daughter during school terms, when we, the 6 of us could go for the same dates and the same money and same destination), the people who cannot afford taking their little ones during half term holidays when the prices more than doubled, sadly they end up paying the £60 per child penalties for only trying to treat their children in a same way that those decision makers take their children and grandchildren abroad, or not going at all!!! what a crap unfair policies they make!
Amerviv09/07/2019 16:35

I am one of the parents who take my 4 children during school terms abroad, …I am one of the parents who take my 4 children during school terms abroad, to see different cultures, learn different languages, visit a few relatives which is much more educational than staying at school, and most importantly enjoy some nicer, warmer, sunnier weather without caring about the bunch of decision makers who goes holidays funded by the taxpayers, avoid paying their taxes by keeping their money abroad in tax heavens, and penalize the poor, the hard working families and their children who can’t afford schools’ trips abroad,(school wants £900 for 6 nights 7 days trip for my daughter during school terms, when we, the 6 of us could go for the same dates and the same money and same destination), the people who cannot afford taking their little ones during half term holidays when the prices more than doubled, sadly they end up paying the £60 per child penalties for only trying to treat their children in a same way that those decision makers take their children and grandchildren abroad, or not going at all!!! what a crap unfair policies they make!


Also fined per parent which utter ridiculous
I wouldn’t begrudge anyone with kids taking up this offer and I am a STRONG believer in keeping kids in school. That said I think it’s fully understandable that folks can’t let this kind of offer pass. In all truth I think if parents in this day and age actually took the time to bother with their children more throughout their school years rather than letting them either run riot or sit on a computer then education standards would rise that way. I find the folks that sit in judgement of parents who most likely are on lower paid wages taking up these opportunities pure comedy gold! I’ve done Florida 3 times in 5 years and it’s cost me up and around 30k going in school hols. It’s an amazing experience and in all honesty no other holiday I’ve been on touched it. Go, enjoy, spend some honest to god magical time with your kids before they hit teenage years and become doughnuts!!! I assure you that if a one week absence from school drastically affects your child’s education then there will be more to look at than a week or 2 off school!!!!
International drive!
Such a shame the pound is so low. Everything is expensive in the US. Expect to pay a small fortunate on food and tips.
Just n time for the school holidays. Oh wait.....
2 adults coming up as £648 departing 28th or £671 departing 31st. Not bad right? Lump on park tickets, money for food and car hire/bus to parks and that's a reasonable price Disney trip? Never been but always wanted to go...

Edit: nevermind it's £648 pp.
Edited by: "Cameron92" 9th Jul
superthomo09/07/2019 13:44

Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for …Thanks, led me to find 2 weeks from birmingham on the friday for £630 for 2 adults only, which is pretty decent!


Who with
lianne2109/07/2019 14:08

Yeah the last week of school is generally classes of nothing with teachers …Yeah the last week of school is generally classes of nothing with teachers giving them any old rubbish to pass the time until holidays start.


That’s not only inaccurate, it’s also offensive. I am not a babysitter; I am an educator.
Zanyrais09/07/2019 13:18

Good Only problem I have 3 kids lols


Leave the hubby at home then !!!!!!
How much money I have to take if I have 2 years old boy only :))))
Curlyman8309/07/2019 22:26

That’s not only inaccurate, it’s also offensive. I am not a babysitter; I a …That’s not only inaccurate, it’s also offensive. I am not a babysitter; I am an educator.


Yeah? So was I and I know full well that the last week consists of nothing. Get over yourself.
lianne2109/07/2019 23:13

Yeah? So was I and I know full well that the last week consists of …Yeah? So was I and I know full well that the last week consists of nothing. Get over yourself.


Maybe not for you. But there are actually people out there who take the profession seriously.
Curlyman8309/07/2019 23:16

Maybe not for you. But there are actually people out there who take the …Maybe not for you. But there are actually people out there who take the profession seriously.


There really is no need to insult me, shows your intellect and inability to have a conversation without being offensive.
lianne2109/07/2019 23:19

There really is no need to insult me, shows your intellect and inability …There really is no need to insult me, shows your intellect and inability to have a conversation without being offensive.


I think you’ll find that it was you who began the offensive tirade with your comments about how “nothing” happens in the final weeks of the summer term, thereby demeaning the hard work and effort I’ve put into my job over the last 15+ years. I’ve not made any offensive comments, simply held up the mirror to reflect your own admissions.
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