you can save money by googling those places and hit the images button
The poster clearly meant Niagara as in the tacky town at Niagara Falls.
Yeah pretty much this, I've never been to Toronto so couldn't comment on it, just my observations from staying near Niagara Falls for a few days. It's the general area around Niagara falls I was referring to. Having said that it did look like there was opportunities for walking further afield if that's your bag.
The public transport is also good and surprisingly affordable compared to London.
Thanks for that I'm planning on doing something similar next year but I don't drive so it's good to know transport is good
ITS A PITY RYANAIR DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES WHEN CANCELLING FLIGHTS AND LEAVING PASSENGERS HIGH AND DRY
I WILL OUR FLIGHT TO PRAGUE WAS CANCELLED, 20 MINUTES BEFORE DEPARTURE AT JLA SO ITS A NEVER, NEVER, NEVER AGAIN FOR RYANAIR FROM ME
True. I'd never get out of the plane and my first thought would be "oh, that was a lovely flight, I need to share this experience now on TrustPilot"
In fairness most people only post on Trust Pilot when then have a complaint.
Pop over to Trust Pilot and read the 2,539 one star reviews. 69% of the respondents gave it ONE STAR. I could certainly add another horror story but 69% make the point adequately.
Don’t forget to look at visa’s for China/hong Kong... I think the visa for China is over £300 for 3 people.
Wow would love to do this, China is on my list of places to go but sadly can’t do these dates. Heat added <3
Air China are fine for the price, and their seat layouts in economy are pretty generous compared to supposedly superior airlines. Surely the £100s price difference (most of the time) isn't worth it for marginally better food and IFE?
Yes, I know. i was just saying that it's very cheap, I've never flown to China but often to Japan, prices of just flights to Japan and China are often quite similar. I've often paid well over £700 just for a return flight so this a damn cheap as it includes 9 days? of accomodation, enough said? I hope so :)
I know, but this deal is for China? Though you could indeed extend this trip and fly between both, if you have Avios too this could be done cheaply.
Green motion its one of them.
Good deal for anyone in the south nice place and friendly people.
Did you ever consider a private annual policy that covers you in Europe too. I do it each year only costs me about £35.
I paid similar, but added the extra cover. Came to roughly £50 for the week, but includes peace of mind.
I know that are companies with excess insurance... I wish you luck to get money back in case of claim. My one colleague fought with them 9-10 months for his money, after tents of phones calls and emails with ridiculous requirements and every time when he solved one requirement they made up another. Of course after few months he got his money but I do not know it was worth to save 80£ and have headache after holiday (he claimed 400-500£) About luggage I meant of course one for two but still with return it will be 40-50£ extra.
I’m in Budapest now! It’s quiet and snowy :)
Budapest is one of my favourite cities! Hot from me!
Just back from there though I went to the aria Hotel. 4days is enough imo nice city seen it unlikely to revisit. Beer decent price for touristy areas
Great deal as always everyone whinging about Ryanair I've flown with them time and time again and had no problems and Budapest is an amazing city. Great deal in my book
I'm sure that will be a source of great comfort to these Ryanair passengers, https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/ryanair-flight-greece-delayed-fog-romania-layover-stanstead-airport-compensation-a8713811.html
I visit Budapest every 2-3 months for work, love the city. The demonstrations can be a pain but no different than the usual UK train strikes. Or in my case, signal failures on the Tube. (excited)
Any flights from East mids or manchester?
Great price cost me more to get to a London airport (lol)
Great Post. Heaaat
Can’t find this ?
Try working at Gatwick ;( day from hell!
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Stop killing royhiga people (burma)
Chaungtha pathein Beach 🏖
Any nice beaches in Myanmar?
I don't think there is ever a great time to visit a state that is actively carrying out genocide against a group of its people.
Little island , was once a great self governed nation , full off inventions and heroes, but alas no more.
Somebody has too much time in their hands
Also siadwel says information not correct, are there any further costs other than obviously food and drink along the way? Thanks
Just joined hot deals and spotted this amazing deal, how long is this likely to be available? Is it just until sold out? Be really useful to know, thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
Special Friend can wait a while but the Unfinished business in Pacifica is important to me, cannot wait to surprise my associate. ;)
‘Special friend’ ay ay
Gonna be cold, but wear a thick coat to the airport, DON'T pack it in your limited luggage. Hot deal.
great deal.......lovely city. Went in Summer 2017 for my 25th wedding anniversy. Make sure you goto Sintra that is also free to get to on the city 24 hour travel pass....oh also top tip for the no 28 tram.......if its rammed with people waiting for it, just walk 5 mins upto the next stop, as most drivers don't fill the tram up, and allow you to get without queuing for hours.
Lovely city, was there for the first time about 2 weeks ago. Travel cards are about €6.35 for the full 24hrs e.g u buy it at 2pm today, it's valid until 2pm tomorrow unlike here in London. Shame ,shame lol
Great city, well worth a visit if you've not been
Temperature wise I think the canaries are your best bet in January.
I was looking at the virgin website earlier and for 5 nights at the cosmopolitan came to approx £1200
Apologies yes with the resort fee on lastminute.com it would work out at £1061.52 so would be cheaper booking the 7 night package over there. Great price for 7 nights if you want a week over 7 nights as you say.
Not sure how you managed to get £565 as the one I posted is £425 per person plus around £100 per person resort fees = £525 per Person £35 more per person for 2 extra nights is certainly worth it as 5 nights is not enough in my opinion especially when your travelling a 10k mile round trip
Yes the website has far too much information on it, £70 for one bag of 20Kg to go both ways, so sharing bag would make some sense. I'm not sure how many people could go to Vegas for 5 days with just hand baggage even with a 10Kg allowance, it sounds like a decent amount but clothes and shoes weight soon add up, and that doesn't take into account anything else.
It's £35pp each way luggage costs, not sure where you have your pricing from. So £70pp return trip. You could share a bag as you each get 10kg of hand luggage anyway. Depends on how much you need to take with you.
Heat for the Bongos (embarrassed)
Heat for effort 🔥
Just booked our trip for December & flights alone were more than that. Great find :)
Still a good deal, if your looking to go and flexible with dates.
No, don't bother we bought a bottle of Amaretto and it was cheaper than Manchester.
Thanks for the tip on duty free prices, was going to buy at Luton.
Ideal peak time aurora viewing Jan-Feb. When we got married on June 1 between 9-10pm it was daylight and we had 22 hours of daylight, so if you want spring weather and daylight then definately later in the year.
The accommodation is rated 4/5 on TripAdvisor for Bologna and Venice. The Rome Hotel is rated 3.5/5. This is a budget trip but its hardly hovels! I'm unsure if you've read any of the reviews but they are below. Reviews below: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187801-d1185702-Reviews-Albergo_San_Vitale-Bologna_Province_of_Bologna_Emilia_Romagna.html https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187870-d567603-Reviews-Hotel_Vecellio-Venice_Veneto.html https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187791-d2067870-Reviews-Aloha_Roma-Rome_Lazio.html
accommodation might be OK for backpackers but people over 20 aren't going to want to stay in hovels.
This is tempting but it's probably going to get expensive keeping two kids entertained for a whole week. 2 or 3 nights seems more appealing.
No such place as heaven.
Well if he does, and you die before me, once inside the pearly gates will you give him a kick in the groin from me? Also can you save me a seat somewhere, hate turning up at parties with nowhere to sit.
God does exist !!!!
Stupidly expensive Ideally you want half / full board Went for the kids and ended up loving it.. an amazing experience.. Car hire??? I hope they feel confident driving on ice
Absolutely disgusting dish, Stick with the grilled sardines and chicken. Take a day trip to Guimaraes or Braga to enhance your trip from Sao Bento station and check out the tiles in the booking hall.
tom6195 33 m ago What the weather like that timenof the year I live in Porto, November can be warm during the day and cold at night. Only months to avoid are December to March, wet, windy and cold. If you want great steaks and seafood Porto is the place. To get a good Francesinhas, you need to get out of the tourist areas.
Was recommended by a Portuguese person, unfortunately, bloody awful! At least to my taste. Perhaps I should say not up to expectations. Porto, conversely is a wonderful place for a break.
What the weather like that timenof the year
Just returned, amazing city, see Porto and die...
I was all excited until I saw ........Ryanair (annoyed)
Anybody chancing their arm on this (Ryanair) might want to consider booking some sort of transfer on arrival. Landing late at night into Morocco and then trying to find a riad is not a pleasant introduction to what is a wonderful country.
Great deal, just a shame the outbound trip is so late!
Ryanair, oh no !
Hi how to I book the tickets have u got whatsapp
Any other tips for riga? I’m visiting in March.
To be honest, November is a tricky month to go. It's obviously out of season for any nice weather as it's in the middle of a (proper) autumn. It could be quite cold but might be too early for snow so you are likely to end up in a chilly but wet and grey city which is not ideal. Best time to visit Riga is May - September for warm season and December for winter (Xmas markets and snow). However, there will be a Latvia's Centenary celebration this November (http://latvia.eu/latvias-centenary-0) with the main day being 18th November (state holiday) so in this trip you might be able to see some of the leftovers from the celebration such as the light show. In general, tickets outside of the summer season (especially late June to early August are in high demand) are quite cheap and you can get a return for below £50. Same goes for the hotel prices. I would recommend to go with Wizz Air from Luton though as getting to Stansted is a pure torture: https://wizzair.com/en-gb/flights/riga Riga is my hometown. I go there quite often and also my relatives and friends visit both ways. Hope it helps ;)
Went last year for Christmas markets which were small but pleasant. A nice break but not loads to see. Excellent price. Trying Vilnius this year. Heat added. (y)
Went to Riga few years ago and can't remember there being much to see. I imagine it will be pretty miserable in November, good price tho if you have a reason to go.
Nice, but I have booked for January already :)
Thanks and your welcome. If you need any help feel free to message me
Thank you for letting me know. Have a great trip!
Haven’t been yet we go on the 5th dec flying with easyJet
Who did you fly with? Thanks.
sure will pm you now