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£20 Gift Card with Bookings Over £80 at Hotels.com via Vouchercloud
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Choice of £20 gift cards including Amazon.co.uk, Marks & Spencer, Pizza Express, Costa Have to click through to hotels.com website through Vouchercloud so no added TCB/Quidco… Read more
gadgets

Nothing in the terms to suggest pay at hotel isn't allowed. It states "Reward is provided once the purchase has been verified. Verification will vary but usually takes 90-120 days." So I assume the stay has to complete in 4 months time and this should payout however the booking was paid for.

Bestbitter

Thanks, OP. This is looking really good on a £96 Hotel for my trip in August! (y) Any idea as to weather you can reserve and pay at hotel, or is it for immediate payment?

waterloo

Smart man (y)

paul.jacobs

Cheers, had a room booked, re-booked then cancelled the old one.

Rhodes from the Midlands - 5 days for £144pp (£288 total)
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Okay so here's the breakdown... (unfortunately it does involve flying from Manchester and returning to East Midlands). Manchester to Rhodes on the 5th June (£44 each): https://ww… Read more
Rickardo

I thought of Gary Rhodes, the chef, but he's from London.

duke

When I saw the title Rhodes from the Midlands I thought of queues on the M6! (cheeky)

dave859

I went in the late 90s and thought it was lovely place, well apart from the local dogs that seemed to gang up on me outside the hotel, pretty scary seeing dogs off a lead in mass numbers.

littel.helper

Heat for effort and photo.

thewhouse

Lovely. Thanks for the help!

Hotels up to 50% off in hotels.com red hot sale
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kris1234

hotel i want in may in greece hotels .com 609 travelrepublic 367 pounds

alfa111

Never really 50 % off. Just booked two hotels after weeks of searching and prices don 't change much. Sign in for secret prices is worth it.

preston786

Use voucher code hotel2018

umm3

I've found agoda.com cheaper

andywedge

Thank you for posting @Dealer_wheeler , I've edited the link so it goes direct to the sale

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From London LGW: August School Holidays 1/08-08/08 1 Week Half Board Family Holiday in Menorca £374.64pp @ hotels.com
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If you want a bargain August family holiday, this is a great offer. For under £1500 for a family of 4 on a half board basis I think this is great. If you book B&B or self cater… Read more
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jezzery

i think price of flights doubled now

bigpappasmurf13

Thanks it’s working now. It’s because I didn’t go through the vouchercodes link . Voted hot (y)

rachelandgromit

I'll message you.

bigpappasmurf13

T&c’s say code works on travel until 1st April 2018

bigpappasmurf13

Sorry, that coupon code can only be used for a specific promotion

7 nights in Ibiza for £199 each (£398 total) including flights, baggage, breakfast and 3* adults only hotel @ hotels.com
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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out of Liverpool on Monday 23rd April returning Monday 30th April and staying in the 4* Invisa Hotel Es Pla which is adults only. There are … Read more
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Heat.Sink

Just go and have fun, life is too short to worry about what strangers might think about you. A few Jack Daniels and you will be lost in music.

jameswalker9

Good deal! I've been middle of May and had a mix, 4 hours of sunshine 12-4pm pretty much everyday though! I'll never be too old to be sat by the rocks watching that sunset with a set playing from Mambo's in the background!

daveismean

Depends where you go in Ibiza, stay off the strip in Bossa and head to Savannah and cafe mambo and you’ll be great (y) 🏻

zaax

Sgt Peppers 2 will be open to day from 4pm until v.late , and the sunsets will be devine. https://www.facebook.com/Peppers2Ibiza/

Munkee

Went to portanix I think it was at the end of April / beginning of May Loved it , more family oriented area and weather was great

£2.50 off £10 spend at 15 selected Retailers via Quidco
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Claim your £2.50 October Travel Bonus today! Click the get deal button and then activate. Opt into our October Travel promotion to enjoy a £2.50 bonus when you shop at any of… Read more
goldy12

Oops my mistake, sorry you are right I was looking at Topcashback. Voted hot on you deal anyway

shabbird

are you sure that's not Topcashback? as that one is not restricted

goldy12

Can't see anything on mine about it being restricted to certain retailers. Just says I have to opt in and make a purchase of £10 or more.

shabbird

Thanks summer 8)

summerof76

Thanks shabs (highfive)

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TopCashBack - Hotels.com - 20% Today (only lasting 24hours)
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First time post-er. Noticed TopCashBack has 20% CashBack on Hotels.com.
Sephiroth

Hotels.com deals tend to be useless. I had to uninstall their app from my phone because they would constantly send me notifications about 10% off voucher codes that were no good at all once you read the terms and conditions. Likewise, they'd constantly e-mail me with the same offers. Hotels.com have a habit of doing promotions that give with one hand and take with the other. Oh you can have this 10% off voucher, but you can't have your 10% contribution towards your reward nights. Yeah I'll gladly rush my booking today to take your 10% offer and give it right back to you! So I'm not surprised they raised their prices by 10% when they added 10% extra cashback, because it fits right in with their other offers.

Carson_Official

I love the Danish

A13

Thanks Captain Obvious

Barbarian

Raised all the prices by 10% or more compared with Expedia which is the same company. So this is not a deal but a con.

nougat

The only downside to this is you don't get the reward nights which is effectively 10% off

From Nottingham: 9 Night August School Holiday to Menorca £338.67pp @ hotels.com/Ryanair
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This looks a great value school holiday break for 9 nights in the August School Holiday 14th-23rd August based on 2 adults and 2 children from Nottingham East Midlands. This also i… Read more
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rachelandgromit

It's hard to predict how people are going to get there though! When I flew from East Midlands my parents dropped me off at a nearby petrol station that I could see the terminal from and I walked. Some people may do nearby parking and get a shuttle. It's like saying to include taxi fare or a train to the airport.

OldBanger

Thanks for the breakdown, but don't forget to add the extra £6 parking charges at East Midlands drop-off and pickup!

CornishEliteUK

​ideal 8)

Sophiasky

Thank you for the information about the beaches.

Sliwka

It's great weather. 22° Today and plenty of sun.

10 nights USA road trip visiting Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Phoenix and LA for £603pp (£1808 total) including flights, hotels and car hire @ hotels.com
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This deal is based on 3 adults flying out to Las Vegas from London Gatwick on 27th November 2017 and returning 7th December 2017. Itinerary 27th - 30th November - Las Vegas 1st … Read more
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Erko

Firstly, you started with the insults. "Get a life". Secondly, I work in the book industry and just visited LA for my Honeymoon, happy to prove that in any way neccessary for any sort of moderator. LA is beautiful, the roads are very easy to drive on, just didn't want anyone put off by your inane comments. Have a nice life.

commenter14

Reported for the disgusting, infantile insults. Not to mention you lying.

Erko

No I had this post bookmarked as I just got back from a trip to LA. Eejit.

commenter14

Why are you replying to a comment I wrote in April? Are you employed by the LA tourism board? Get a life.

Erko

What a load of rubbish, the roads in LA are brilliant and there is TONS to see.

2 nights in Hamburg, Germany for just £57pp (total £227) including flights and hotel @ hotels.com
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This deal is based on 4 adults flying out to Hamburg from Manchester on Sunday 30th April returning Tuesday 2nd May. Amazing price for a getaway with a few friends, Hamburg has go… Read more
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Mugginz

Removed my posts here in an effort to rerail the thread. Was just turning in to an epeen/ I'm a better grammar nazi than you p1ssing (lol at blocked word choice) contest. Good deal on a trip to Hamburg. Heat. :D

AnimeDude92

Wat are you talking bout I dunno what your saying hear..... 1. seems to think Germany is hunkydory, its awesome its far from that. 2.other seems to think you don't need to let anymore immigrants in (war, economic or otherwise). does a country really need lots of immigration?, yes maybe a tens of thousands or more, but over a million, really? If people want to go to Germany by all means, it used to be a great country. A friend of mine went over there a few years ago tand said the booze was too good, which made me curious to go over at some point, now not so much.

zoso1313

​are you AN ultra anti migrant / pro-racist? Herp derp. Don't you just hate the real grammar Nazis? Herp derp.

Mugginz

The related video is hilarious. Starting fires :) <3<3<3 https://youtu.be/ACkmg3Y64_s?t=2m11s

AnimeDude92

I don't know who's more annoying, the guy you replied too or you.

From Belfast: 4 Night Milan and Lake Como City Break £115.99pp @ Amoma/Hotels.com
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Here is a lovely break to Milan and Lake Como from Belfast. It's rare to see a good value city break from Belfast so hopefully this appeals to Northern Ireland holiday hunters! 18… Read more
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cmdr_elito

Good deal

roryod

would give extra heat if I could just for flights ex BFS/DUB

MEGAONE

Wow it's always good to be correct if your going to try to be "funny".OK

leumassanthosh

Great deal but be aware this is off season for Como. Weather is cold and many shops will be closed.

rachelandgromit

There is a cheap bus we took, I think it was terrorvision and was around 5Euro but I guess you could look at shuttle buses or alternatives. Yes, I'll certainly look at posting more for Belfast!

From Birmingham: Valentines Verona & Venice Trip £122.28pp @ Hotels.com
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Two romantic cities in one trip, and Valentines day too. This is a great value trip, and I've put this together for those that don't want to spend too much but want a really nice … Read more
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rachelandgromit

Thank you!!

bluep

Brilliant trip - you are posting some great stuff lately Rachel

sigh

Is there a single person supplement?

rachelandgromit

I love Verona too. I spent 3 nights there and got thre Verona card. Such a pretty city and you could always visit the Lake Garda area too. I've used the Italian trains and they are very good. I don't rate the overnight trains with Trein Italia though, from Paris to Venice was not good. By contrast from Venice to Vienna on the overnight train was amazing.

mummymelly

My two favourite cities! Love Verona great shops,restaurants and the amphitheater. Venice is just beautiful anytime of year but much quieter this time if year. The trains are great allocated seats so no standing like rubbish British trains! Want to go now!

From Edinburgh: Explore Amazing Vietnam 13-31 March £602.24pp @ Hotels.com
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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 an… Read more
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mascot99

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.

mike1212

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

lynne1

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.

mike1212

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.

mike1212

Just in case anyone books any other dates this advice is correct Until 30 June 2017

From Birmingham: May Bank Holiday, Verona and Lake Garda Break + car hire £231.42pp @ Hotels.com
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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 … Read more
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akajay07

Personally, I'd sack off the car hire and save yourselves a few quid. We went to Verona, Venice, Milan and Garda in August following a cheap flight deal on HUKD and the trains are reliable and reasonably priced: Verona-Venice: £9.50pp Venice-Milan: £17.50pp Milan-Garda: £13pp Garda-Verona: £3pp So if you're just going to Verona and Garda, you may be able to knock another £85 off the price quoted above. Having said that, I'm not sure I'd want to stay in Limone. It's a funny little town that's really interesting for a half-hour boat stop but I'm not sure how much else is going on there. We stayed in Peschiera Del Garda and I'd highly recommend it - it's right by the train station and there's plenty going on. Hotel San Marco is reasonably priced, and while the rooms are a little dated, the exterior and more importantly, the location right on the lake are absolutely fantastic.

veronababe

please note the hotel capo reamol is in Limone on the other side of the lake to verona a long drive from the city

mb1

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.

bebetositu

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.

DARKSABER

This makes me wonder how many people go to Birmingham for a holiday oO

From Manchester: Long Weekend in Rome (3 nights) January 2017 just £111.86pp
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Here is a lovely long weekend (leaving on a Friday returning on a Monday), to Rome from Manchester. It is from 6th-9th January, so just after Christmas, so forget getting your oth… Read more
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sayitasitis

Durrrrrr - sorry , Rome in Spain ! I must have been on the Gin that evening, you have corrected my ignorance.

chintan209

LOLLL

Mushroomhat

Any good with kids. 1 year old and 2.5 year old? Or is it too busy

redpola

Villa Borghese is free and wonderful. After a few hectic days in busy Rome it's the antidote.

koksy

Why is this hot? I would normally expect to pay this price but for a citybreak in the summer on Ryanair. Not for one in the depths of January when nobody travels as they have no money after Christmas.

From London: 10 nights in Japan, inc central, good rated hotels & rail pass £993.52pp @ hotels.com
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I've just been planning my own trip to Japan and thought I'd put together a similar deal. I've chosen some good rated hotels that are near stations and also included a 7 day rail p… Read more
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jumpinoffthbed

Thanks for the info, looks beautiful I hope the weather is as good for me.

rachelandgromit

First pic is view from Kawaguchio Station Inn at about 6:55am (you can see the clouds lingering at the bottom of Mt Fuji), then the Alps again, last two are Mijajima. Catch the ferry from Hiroshima, with the JR pass. Lovely day, hike to Mt Misen if you can, without taking the cable car (it was quite tough), watch your rail pass and maps as the wild deer will eat anything!

rachelandgromit

Here are some, third pic is Mt Fuji as we were walking around the Lakes area, first one is Arashiyama nr Kyoto. The rest are from the amazing Alps and Kamikochi.

rachelandgromit

If you haven't booked hotels you may find availability poor, especially in sone places as it will be peak Autumn Leaves season in some. I didn't go to Nikko, I preferred Kyoto than Osaka, we spent 4 nights in Kyoto and it's a good base, one of these days we went to Himeji castle. In Kyoto we stayed here it is small, bit clean and only 5 mins walk from JR station. Some good cheap eats nearby and staff lovely. In Hiroshima we stayed here. It was 10 mins walk from the station (good for catching the train to Miyajima) and we stayed here as it was cheaper than downtown and also close by for buses. It offered a great breakfast included, 24hr hot/cold drinks Inc soup and free laundry washing and drying. It was a bargain compared to hostels as we had a 15% Ebookers/Venere code. In Kanazawa we stayed here as it was the cheapest we could find and it had a free shuttle from the station to the hotel, typical business hotel but clean and well located, free breakfast too. In Takayama we struggled to find anything and this was the cheapest option and I was a bit nervous about it here as we knew our private room would be divided with others with just a curtain for the door and the room division walls didn't go straight to the ceiling, eg there were gaps. There was also shared bathrooms. It was actually perfect, immaculate clean and some of the most friendly staff and kitchen facilities were also perfect. Close to bus station for highland buses too. My only criticism was the beds, the hardest and most uncomfortable in the whole of Japan, it was like a small piece of foam on a rock had slab. Kamikochi is expensive, like very expensive and it may not even be open when you go now. The autumn leaves will be out in force in many other areas though. For the Fuji area we based ourselves in Kawaguchio as I'd read this was one of the best places for views of Mt Fuji. We stayed here and I loved it. Imagine our surprise when I opened the blind to find Mt Fuji right in front of my eyes from the window, I'll try and find a couple of pics now. Shared bathrooms but perfect and the owner was lovely, gave us some Mt Fuji postcards when we left. Buses very easy, everyone will help you, the Japanese were so friendly and accommodating.

jumpinoffthbed

Sounds like you had a brilliant trip! I fly to Tokyo tomorrow for 3 weeks and home from fukuoka. OK here are some questions you can probably help me with.. Did you prefer kyoto to osaka and how many days do you recommend? Where did you base yourself to go the 5 lakes/fuji? I've got 2 nights booked in nikko did you go? Yes hotel info on Kyoto, Hiroshima, Kanazawa, Takayama, Kamikochi, Kawaguchio Lake would be great. Is it easy to find these nohi buses? I'm still fairly unsure how much time to allocate to each place as I've never rushed around a country in only 3 weeks haha.

From London: Austria Trip - 2 Nights in Vienna & 2 Nights in Salzburg £162.85pp @ hotels.com
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If you fancy a lovely break to Austria then check out this deal that sees you visit both Vienna and Salzburg. The hotels in each city are in a central location so you are ideally p… Read more
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psigeek

Hot because it's a hot deal

a2tmfk

​to note. the locals don't actually like the association with the sound of music!

deleted199509

cold - not nationwide

rachelandgromit

Have a lovely time. I will hopefully be moving house so won't be in Vienna then. I have been before though - I caught the overnight train from Venice. I really enjoyed Vienna though.

delpo

yes, sounds like somewhere in northern Scotland. Salzburg is nice, so too Vienna, been to both, Salzburg is famous for "the sound of music".

From London: Toronto, Niagara Falls and New York 9 night Holiday £832.10pp inc hotels, flights and car hire
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This is a lovely September break which has you in Toronto for 4 nights, 2 nights in Niagara Falls and then New York for 3 nights. This can probably be replicated at cheaper times s… Read more
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PizzaGU

If the holiday is like that picture, here, have my money.

edwardo1973

Does anyone have any good money saving tips for a summer holiday in New York? Family of 4 with 3 adults and a 14 year old???

cornishscouse

The short trip from the airport to niagara falls is around one and a half hours, some lovely views mind. We stayed at the shereton on the falls on the 15th floor, with amazing views over both falls for 3 nights, then to Toronto for 2 nights with views over the lake. We flew with BA from heathrow. Hotels, flights, transfers cost for 2 was £1700 with Trailfinders. This was oct 2014. The falls are amazing but 2 nights is plenty, could have spent more time in Toronto, the CN Tower is fantastic, had a lovely meal before going down to the observation deck with glass floors. Great find, great price, wish i could go back again , but saving for somewhere else .

rachelandgromit

When I went to Canada and hired a car for the Rockies we used a separate insurance it's called insurance4carhire which covers the excess. Of course the car hire deal doesn't include extra insurance at this price and I would never never use the insurance sold by car hire companies which is overpriced IMO. Insurance4carhire is just one of similar places that I have used to cover the excess and when I needed to claim (not in Canada) everything was fine. This isn't car hire for 9 days it's only for the Canada part which is 6 days as you then fly from Toronto to New York and I haven't included a car for New York. Toronto flights are frequently under £300 and when I went to Calgary/Calgary our flights were just over £350. Obviously this deal is a little more expensive as you are flying back from New York and have 3 nights in New York. It would be easy to adjust this trip for 4 people and of course that would bring the cost per person down, the hotel I've picked in Toronto for example sleeps 4 but I've based this deal on 2 people.

emz_bail

We're going to NY for 6 nights, followed by 9 nights in Toronto (one night in Niagara). 4 weeks 4 days to go! :D 8) <3 Can't say it was cheap by any means but it's going to be amazing! Bring it in!

4* Weekend in Amsterdam (Last Weekend before Xmas) £96.98pp £193.96 @ hotels.com
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The last weekend before Xmas. Traditionally the weekend for work Xmas do's and when the pubs and clubs are heaving in the UK. Want to avoid it all, or have your work do abroad? Ho… Read more
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david_p_joubert

:D

LynnePlumb41

Went to Frankfurt around that time last year on a cheap deal it was great love the Xmas markets, Can anyone confirm Amsterdam have a Xmas market and is it any good? :)

hummer1987

Remember going there once...... then coming back on the plane and that was it!! the cakes where nice thou ; )

Sparx71

​There's more to Amsterdam than that, there's fantastic architecture and......haha haha. ..nope, hookers and pot for me!!

RuudBullit

It always bugs me when people book budget flights and then expect premium service.

From Bristol: Visit Belfast & Iceland Game of Thrones Holiday with Car Hire & All Flights £318.69 @ Hotels.com
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If you are suffering from withdrawal symptoms from Game of Thrones then check out this trip to Belfast and Iceland where you can check out many of the GoT attractions. 26 - 28 Se… Read more
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Ricky302

If you're doing the Belfast tour by car don't forget Magheramorne quarry

jodyfmurphy

​only on at the weekends if you can find the right bars

cecilmcroberts

While in N.Ireland you can also pop into Donegal to see where the next Star Wars was being filmed in Malin Head, Donegal (about 90 min drive from Dark Hedges) It is also a great drive along the Wild Atlantic Way. If not driving yourself McComb's have the best GOT tours (The cast and crew use this firm along with recently the N.Ireland footy team also the tour was featured on a BBC program -can't remember which one!). The Allen Tours one isn't really GOT specific. Note they do the cruise ships also so at times booking in advance in recommended if you happen to be picking a day one has just docked! https://www.mccombscoaches.com/tours/game-of-thrones-tours - Around £35pp. https://www.mccombscoaches.com/news Bus also runs every 30 minutes from Belfast (more frequent during rush-hour) - Europa Bus Station 24/7 to the International Airport for around £7.50 single. (about 20 minute walk from either hotel). Travel time is 30-40 minutes. Bus Stop is right outside the main entrance to the airport. Get off bus at around St.Annes Cathedral or outside Castle Court Shopping Complex for the Ramada. http://www.translink.co.uk/Services/Other-Translink-Services/Airport-Services/Airport-Express-300/ Also to note the Ramada does not have car parking. Car parking is at the Q-Park - pricing below (£5 max 8am-6pm and £5 6pm-8am. Or for either hotel the parking outside The Odyssey complex (near to Titanic building opposite the complex and Premier Inn - surface site) is about the cheapest nearby. Do not ever park at the underground complex beneath the Victoria Square Shopping Centre unless you are willing to get a massive shock at the prices! http://www.q-park.co.uk/parking/belfast/saint-annes-square Map below of where the surface site is.

COJones

Yeah yeah yeah, blah blah flights, blah blah hotel - what we really want to know is, does the Game of Thrones holiday include all the debauchery and pillaging and excessive amounts of drop-dead gorgeous women getting their kit off and doing unseemly things with each other - preferably while riding a dragon!!! ...hmmmm... i'm guessing though, just some rocks, loads of fields and freezing my nads off looking for an old spit n' sawdust pub to drown my high expectations, dream shattered sorrows :(

chapchap

Yes I know.