From Gatwick: 1 Night Dublin Stay (with Sauna in Room) and 5 Night New York Break January 2018 just £468.70pp @ Ebookers
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From Gatwick: 1 Night Dublin Stay (with Sauna in Room) and 5 Night New York Break January 2018 just £468.70pp @ Ebookers

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Found 5th Nov
If you don't know what to get the other half for Xmas, then how about treating them to a nice city break in January.

This trip goes from Gatwick on 18 January, where you will spend 1 night in Dublin. There are oodles of flight times so you can even go on 17 January and spend 2 nights there if you wish. In Dublin you'll stay at the Leeson Bridge. I've stayed here and rooms have a private sauna which is sooo good when it's cold. It's close to the airport bus stop and there is a traditional Irish pub opposite with a restaurant above that does amazing traditional meals.

On 19 January you'll fly to New York from Dublin. One of the benefits of flying from Dublin is that you'll get US Preclearance at Dublin which saves lots of time.

Once in New York you'll stay for 5 Nights at the Holiday Inn Manhattan. It's in the financial district area, which means close to the Statue of Liberty, Wall Street, 9/11 memorial and great public transport options too. At £70 a night it's a bargain.

On 24 January you'll fly back to London Gatwick.

Details

Book flights from LGW to Dublin £25.98 on ryanair.com

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Book 1 night in Dublin on laterooms.com £43

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Book flight from Dublin to New York on norweigan.com £289.40

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Book New York hotel on ebookers.com £359.22

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Book flight from New York back to Gatwick £219.80 on norweigan.com

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Price does not include transfers, options include Uber, yellow cab, private transportation, bus or train.

**If you need more than 10kg of hand luggage you can pay for a case with Norweigan. Perhaps one case between two is also a good option. This is extra and I haven't included it in the price, so this is extra to suit individual requirements as when I travel I never have over 10kg**

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commenter1457 m ago

Any chance you could spell "Manhattan" right just once today? Try reading …Any chance you could spell "Manhattan" right just once today? Try reading the thread properly in future.



Spelling corrected, happy now?
I notice that you've now deleted your own erroneous comment but then go on to deride those who pointed out your error.
And by the way, stop liking your own comments, you're the only person who does.
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This is a great time of the year to go to New York. Ive been the last 5 Januarys and yes its freeeeeeeeeeeeezing cold but we went once in June and omg the heat - going in and out of all those shops sweating buckets! Also yes its still very busy - ITS NEW YORK! but the queues are nothing in January like they are come summer time - great deal and heat added.
Edited by: "bossyboots" 6th Nov

Can I add, this airport - there is now a company who will get you from your flight and bus you into centre of Manhattan in around 90 minutes for $20. Its so worth it.

Great effort and breakdown of deal OP. Quality deal also. Off to NYC in February but wish I’d gone via Dublin for the pre clearance

bossyboots2 m ago

Can I add, this airport - there is now a company who will get you from …Can I add, this airport - there is now a company who will get you from your flight and bus you into centre of Manhattan in around 90 minutes for $20. Its so worth it.


What company is that may I ask

Also if your flight is delayed that bus company will wait for you - no worrying about being stranded. Used them and recommend them to anyone we know that is flying into that airport - 90 minutes is nothing as its a great service web.coachusa.com/inf…t=1

Great price! Always wanted to go. Would be even better if flights were from Manchester instead for me.

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andrewp5 m ago

Great price! Always wanted to go. Would be even better if flights were …Great price! Always wanted to go. Would be even better if flights were from Manchester instead for me.


You could easily just book return flights from Dublin to New York and then fly to/from Manchester to Dublin. There's always plenty of cheap flights to and from Dublin from either Manchester or Liverpool and it's probably easier and cheaper than getting from London.

My closest airport is Manchester too and I've frequently flown from Dublin to America, Australia, Bali as it's been cheaper and easier than getting down to London. And any excuse for a pint of the black stuff

Quality, quality post.

Not for me this time but have some heat for the effort, and thanks to Bossyboots for the Stewart - Manhattan link, could be useful in the future.
Edited by: "Delbert.Grady" 5th Nov

commenter1441 m ago

Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one …Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one shuttle firm, with two of them linking to their website?There are a plethora of ways to get from JFK to Manhattan, the most commonly used being the $7.25 AirTrain to Penn Station which takes under 50 minutes. Alternately, taxis offer a $52 fixed rate to any hotel in Manhattan. $20 per person for a 90 minute journey in a shuttle bus? No thanks.And why this specific company? There are a zillion other shuttle companies charging about the same. I've reported your comments, really suspicious activity.



The Norwegian flight comes into Stewart, not JFK, so your comments about JFK - Manhattan links are of no use to anyone, whereas Bossyboots link was very useful.
Try reading the thread properly in future.
Edited by: "Delbert.Grady" 5th Nov

commenter1415 m ago

There are a plethora of ways to get from JFK to Manhattan



Indeed there are. This flight however goes to Stewart International not JFK

commenter1420 m ago

Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one …Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one shuttle firm, with two of them linking to their website?There are a plethora of ways to get from JFK to Manhattan, the most commonly used being the $7.25 AirTrain to Penn Station which takes under 50 minutes. Alternatively, taxis offer a $52 fixed rate to any hotel in Manhattan, so under $20 each if three people travel. $20 per person for a 90 minute journey in a shuttle bus? No thanks.And why are you repeatedly going on about this specific company? There are a zillion other shuttle companies charging about the same. This isn't a "new" thing. You're making it sound like JFK is in the middle of a desert and just now has a company of charity workers set up shop to generously help stranded travellers into the city. I've reported your comments, really suspicious activity.


Wow...what an attitude. You've got this all wrong I'm afraid. Norwegian don't fly to JFK in any capacity. Get your facts right before being so snarky

benjyyy1 m ago

Wow...what an attitude. You've got this all wrong I'm afraid. Norwegian …Wow...what an attitude. You've got this all wrong I'm afraid. Norwegian don't fly to JFK in any capacity. Get your facts right before being so snarky


Oh they don't? In any capacity? Can you explain the return flight then?

Delbert.Grady18 m ago

The Norwegian flight comes into Stewart, not JFK, so your comments about …The Norwegian flight comes into Stewart, not JFK, so your comments about JFK - Manhatten links are of no use to anyone.Try reading the thread properly in future.


Any chance you could spell "Manhattan" right just once today? Try reading the thread properly in future.
Edited by: "commenter14" 5th Nov

commenter1433 m ago

Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one …Are you being paid by this company? Three comments entirely about this one shuttle firm, with two of them linking to their website?There are a plethora of ways to get from JFK to Manhattan, the most commonly used being the $7.25 AirTrain to Penn Station which takes under 50 minutes. Alternatively, taxis offer a $52 fixed rate to any hotel in Manhattan, so under $20 each if three people travel. $20 per person for a 90 minute journey in a shuttle bus? No thanks.And why are you repeatedly going on about this specific company? There are a zillion other shuttle companies charging about the same. This isn't a "new" thing. You're making it sound like JFK is in the middle of a desert and just now has a company of charity workers set up shop to generously help stranded travellers into the city. I've reported your comments, really suspicious activity.


Think he was just being helpful. I'd never heard of Stewart airport. It's about 65 miles away so it's definitely worth tagging to this thread.

Done the journey from JFK quite a few times. Airtrain and subway for me. Saves worrying about traffic. Had a two hour taxi journey in the past due to gridlock. Been a few years mind.

totally recommend the hotel -except for the wait for the lift!

Stayed there this summer - really great rooms but you don't come to New York for the rooms - howver £70 is bargain for this hotel - I paid £200 for four of us.

Walking distance to the WTC, Liberty, Wall St, Walls St Bull, Battery Park, etc, and also the #1 line is really close by - less than 5 mins to take you up to, Time Square, Empire, Central Park and The Rock.

You can have breakfast onsite but if on a budget or want to experience other places there are quite a few cafes around - also Dunkin Donut is right outside - they have a online survey I filled in each day to get a free donut from the receipts - saved me about $30 - did the surveys on the free internet use PCs in the lobby whilst waiting for family to get ready. Tip - buy each item seperate so you get multiple receipts and multiple online codes. If you have kids you will be pleased to get them donuts for breakfast otherwise they actually do decent tea and breakfast.

I would recommend the 24hr cafe just around the corner - Cafe De Novo - really good breakfast baps and late night food - it is very deceptive, looks scruffy but noticed all the locals went there - a good sign and the food is relatively cheap compared to the rest. Also the big one for me - they treat the customers with respect compared to other places (avoid China Town and Charleys)

Century 21 is also about ten minutes walk - big discount store for your bargains but shop in New Jersey for the better deals or Macys - Do not go to to the shopping outlet in New Jersey - I forgot its name but it is the same as Bicester Village but more expensive!

commenter1457 m ago

Any chance you could spell "Manhattan" right just once today? Try reading …Any chance you could spell "Manhattan" right just once today? Try reading the thread properly in future.



Spelling corrected, happy now?
I notice that you've now deleted your own erroneous comment but then go on to deride those who pointed out your error.
And by the way, stop liking your own comments, you're the only person who does.

benjyyy8 h, 10 m ago

Wow...what an attitude. You've got this all wrong I'm afraid. Norwegian …Wow...what an attitude. You've got this all wrong I'm afraid. Norwegian don't fly to JFK in any capacity. Get your facts right before being so snarky


Not to get involved but that’s not entirely accurate I’m afraid

Nice!

Delbert.Grady19 h, 15 m ago

The Norwegian flight comes into Stewart, not JFK, so your comments about …The Norwegian flight comes into Stewart, not JFK, so your comments about JFK - Manhattan links are of no use to anyone, whereas Bossyboots link was very useful.Try reading the thread properly in future.


toes are curling at that poster!! Imagine getting that worked up about a post on a deals site ................
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