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Las Vegas Package holiday- Excalibur- 7 Nights February 2020 £435.50 British Airways
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Booking direct with British Airways so is completely covered by ATOL 7 night holiday to Las Vegas Stopping at Excalibur Flying from Gatwick on the 3rd of February An unbelieva… Read more
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newt182

Excalibur wasn't bad at all last September. Nice rooms, location and smell. They pump a fragrance into the hotel that smells really nice!

Wigwam857

I went around the world in 3 weeks with just a backpack. You'd be surprised how much rubbish people take that they dont need. Just pack sensibly and you really dont need much luggage at all.

Wigwam857

I stayed in circus circus. Was really nice. I'm not too fussy anyway but the room and lobbies were clean. This was about 7 years ago tho, has it got much worse since then??

ZararIqbal

Cracking price. In terms of luggage if there are two of you going then one checked bag should really be more than enough to hold plenty of clothes and a couple pairs of shoes and trainer's.

traveler

Heat OP, that’s a fantastic price (highfive)

£60 off Jet2Holiday Bookings!
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Use code " EASTER60 " to get £60 off bookings at Jet2Holidays. Seems as though it can be used on top of the current £100 off per person deal that is automatically applied to holi… Read more
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puppydog16

Trying to use it doesn't work with SAVE100 either or

AA_Vula

Ditto

dallo

Dfs also have a sale on at the minute

mdekq007

Not if you shout at them

jig2480

You will when you get off on the return and there is sometimes a few on Jet2 counters in the airports

5* Le Meridien Al Aqah at Travel Republic for dates in September HB from £818pp via Travel Republic
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Travelrepublic currently have Le Meridien Al Aqah discounted for September. A week half board in a standard room ( all are sea view ) is £818 for two people or £1134 AI. Flights to… Read more
Mrepg

Dont like the culture or the middle east in general. Turkey though I do like more chilled. Too many drugs n p*sshead rich kids in the middle east now. The only place Id love to visit is Iran but that isn’t happening any time soon.

time2share

They are on the wanted list. So, yes best if they stay away. #BreakfastGate

iEimis

Expensive for just the hotel to be honest

BabyMJ

Why do you avoid the whole area

Mrepg

I avoid that whole area personally. However hot deal and great reviews

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7 night Maldives 5* Royal Island Resort & Spa - Incl Flights, Speedboat Transfers, Beach Villa, Full Board from £1389pp @ Voyage Prive
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Now this really does look like a luxury holiday! 7 night Maldives 5* Royal Island Resort & Spa - Incl Flights, Speedboat Transfers, Full Board in a Beach Villa from £1389pp in… Read more
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barbiegirl

I think that covers pretty much every Muslim country in the world. I'm not an expert but most have laws about apostasy and homosexuality, to say nothing of their hostility towards the followers of other Abrahamic religions. Oh and the tendency to stone women to death for being raped and throwing fellow humans off the top of buildings for having the temerity to be born homosexual.

releasethapressure

Lucky enough to have been five times to four different islands, you can't go for less than eleven days in my opinion for that distance and to get the right amount of relaxation! Nothing beats the sky at night there though when you cant see a light on the horizon, just stars.

iknowwhere2look

YOLO !

djjordan23

You want the shark feeding, it’s only black tips and amazing to watch

africanspeed

That's a hell of a Pringe! (lol) (lol)

5 nights in Vegas - £471.33pp Virgin Atlantic Package
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We've booked to fly to Vegas with Virgin Atlantic and the prices are really cheap for flights and accommodation. You can pay in installments if you like (just pay a deposit) The pr… Read more
yozzman1234

Yep $20 a night with get you a stay well tower room . Or tip the check in clerk $50 and you should get upgraded to a huge suite .

Wammer

Or if you have I would suggest upgrading at check-in

yozzman1234

Make sure you don’t book the scummy west wing rooms .

Paul_18

Excellent (y) thanks for posting and i got the MGM in oct for £1180 for 2

marshall-stephens

We’ve got enough Virgin Miles to convert in to vouchers to cover this - tempted! 😏

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Package holiday to Las Vegas - Direct flights with BA - Excalibur Hotel -  7 nights March 2020 - £484 PP @ Lastminute.com
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This is a flight and hotel package (therefore atol protected) through lastminute.com staying on a strip hotel in March 2020 for 7 nights. Flying From Gatwick with BA on 16th Mar… Read more
Tointy501

How is it that person thanks tointon

flipper118

It’s not just Vegas hotels these days, hotels in New York have started adding this (ninja)

Quickblood

Well that kinda ruins it for me. :(

us_agent2012

Can't see the wood for the trees

sbfc

Resort fee... All las Vegas hotels now have these unfortunately.

From London: 3 nights to Sardinia 4* B&B incl flights (based on 2) 27-30 Apr19 - £111pp @ Expedia
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c23 degrees forecast Thanks to: @ellenw Accommodation is £161.74 by using code AFFUKCL10HOT1504 Link to flight's Link to accommodation TripAdvisor reviews
mcek

I imagine this could be a very busy flight. All packed together in a metal box.

Cristiano

We’ve just booked Sardinia. TUI had a decent deal on one of their family life hotels. For me, my wife and 2 kids (3 months old and 3). 2 weeks all inclusive in June. £2000 including 25kg luggage each. holidays seem more expensive this year than last year. The hotel we went to last year is almost a full £1000 more expensive for us this year.

IbeauI

Changed dates to 23rd to 27th and added child, total just for hotel 2128£!!! :o

madmurd

Always fancied Sardinia, shame it's not east mids or manchester flights. Going to keep an eye out as its the wifes birthday september and a few days here would be great

Mark_Hickman

We're the opposite we go to Menorca, around 11th of may every year and its great, nice and quiet, restaurants have plenty of space and food is served in minutes instead of an hour. Weather is perfect around 25c, its warm but not to hot and we go in the sea and our villa pool for most of the day, its not too cold. It all just depends what you prefer i suppose

4* 7 night All Inclusive Holiday (first choice resort) Duni Bulgaria, family of 3, flying from Newcastle 20th May £580 at holidayhypermarket
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4* 7 night All Inclusive holiday to the Duni Pelican Hotel (first choice resort) in Duni, Bulgaria, rated 4 out of 5 on Trip Advisor, price includes hold and hand luggage and trans… Read more
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BD01

Great resort

mr.plow

Looks good to me, out of interest I tried the following week which is school hols and it shoots up to £1300ish, such a shame they do that !

sheffield788

Voted hot, almost school holidays. Weather towards the end of May in Bulgaria should be fine. The 'official' season opens on 1st of June. It can be about 20-25 during the day and about 5 degrees less during the night. However, can still be unpredictable and rain can be expected. Good price.

ellenw

£554.57 Code HHEMAIL25

Darkscience

Avg 18-21c in day and 12-15c at night, you'll need a jacket for the evening.

4* 7 night All Inclusive holiday (first choice resort) Tsarevo Bulgaria, family of 4, flying from Glasgow 20th May £670
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4* 7 night All Inclusive holiday to the Serenity Bay Hotel (first choice resort) in Tsarevo, Bulgaria, rated 3.5 out of 5 on Trip Advisor, price includes hold and hand lu… Read more
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3722

This is where you need to apply it. Good luck. Heat for OP (y)

Gordybaillie

Strange I still can’t get it to work!

ellenw

£25 off, just tried code, it worked

Gordybaillie

Can’t get code to work - what discount does it give?

ellenw

£645 Code HHEMAIL25

7 nights *All Inclusive* to Lanzarote from Manchester £289pp (based on 2) 13Dec19 + £5 TCB @ Thomas Cook
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Direct link to deal £5 Topcashback smartline Ficus Spain, Canary Islands, Lanzarote, Costa Teguise
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mistysmum

And me, going 4 weeks nov/dec nice and warm away from depressing english weather and the pre Christmas hype.

Swanny3339

Its not spain ! , it may be spanish , I love the place..........

ibiza

Where would you recommend?

Darkscience

Great find, Heat added.

pa55word123

Thanks for your input, where do you recommend ?

5* 7 night All Inclusive holiday (first choice resort) Hammamet Tunisia, family of 4, flying from Birmingham 3rd May £938 holidayhypermarket
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5* 7 night All Inclusive holiday to the Manar Hotel first choice resort, rated 4.5 out of 5 on Trip Advisor, price includes hold and hand luggage and transfers. Flying with TUI fro… Read more
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turbosid69

Great input (y) 🏻

vanbling

I've found this cheap unsafe car. Please vote hot!? (lol) (lol)

vanbling

"YES, I WILL MAKE A STAND AGAINST THESE TERRORISTS, THEY CANNOT TAKE OUR HOLIDAY RESORTS, THEY CANNOT DICTAT.....BANG BANG.....Oh maybe not then. I'd rather make a stand on something that I'm not going to put my kids potentially in danger over. Think I'll choose supermarkets, by not using the self service tills (there used to be a woman sat there you know). (lol) (lol) You crack on with your family though (y)

yozzman1234

Wonder why they chose a Russian plane and not British ? They hate the UK and USA far more than Russia .

extonjoe

It only takes one

7 Nights to ZANTE, GREECE including hotel (self service), flights (from Manchester) + 1 free child place = £146.27pp (2A + 2C) @ TUI
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7 Nights to ZANTE, GREECE including hotel (self service), flights (from Manchester) and 1 free child place @tuijht departing 03rd May... Price of £585.08 for 2 adults and 2 chil… Read more
omendata

Yeah you haven't seen Greece until you have been to Meteora! Yeah i ken the ferry prices and i've bagged an Airbnb apartment with a lovely old Greek couple for £50 a week near Kalambaka so not bad at all - will be hob nobbing it with the locals haha pensioners its gonna be rockin' the house down (I wonder if they like Ferry Corsten, Tiesto and Sven Vath?)! (shock) (horror) (cheeky)

airbus330

Certainly would be an interesting tour. You'd have to factor in the ferry price from Zakynthos (zante) to the mainland, but you could add Olympia to the itinerary. I have never had any problems driving in Greece on 4 or 2 wheels, just like driving in any new country, take it slowly until used to the local customs!

omendata

Never been to Greece its on my bucket list but i am more of a traveller i want to visit the James Bond Monastery in Meteora and the Oracle at Delphi lying on a beach isnt my bag so its basically a cheap start point for me as i wont be using the hotel much! Whats the driving like in Greece? Been told better to take bus or train and live it up with the locals?

airbus330

Sure, it could be. I did a holiday in Zante 1st. Week of May a few years back and a lot of shops and restaurants hadn't quite woken up to the new season. It didn't bother us, but is worth knowing if you are expecting something more lively. Late spring is great in Greece.

omendata

Is that not a good thing?

14 nights Orlando inc hotel, direct flights, 20kg luggage & transfers (2a/2c) part school hols 22nd May Gatwick £329.38pp with code @ TUI
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May getaway to Florida for 14 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including return flights from London Gatwick - flying out 22nd May. Includes 20kg luggage allowance per adult, tran… Read more
sambartle_theone

The only tickets worth it for 2 weeks in Florida are the tickets giving you everything. It's too far to fly to not visit all the things they have to see. The key is to bear in mind it's not a holiday. It's a mission. There's no rest. Rest days are days you go to a waterpark, and even then.. you arent really resting. It needs planning, and careful timing.. if you like to laze in bed in the morning and saunter over to the park at or past opening times... Go somewhere else.. Orlando will be wasted on you. You need to be arriving at the park at least 30 minutes before opening time.. as it'll likely already be open, and if it isnt you'll be in front of the masses arriving when it opens. The first hour is really the time to get round the first few big attractions. Also keep in mind that for a may holiday.. Disney hotel guests are already in the queue in front of you right now, as they have been booking fastpasses for the really long queues for 20 or so days.. and another massive influx of people are about to get In front of you once the 30 days before window opens, if you are thinking of going, buy the tickets now as you can start booking those very soon.

phil001

Wow, thanks for that, loads of info to read, much appreciated

hawk299

Basically, about the cheapest possible would be to take something like this deal, stay in the hotel on i-drive, use the good transport links, eat out of parks and with 2 weeks (unless this is a one off trip) don't try and fit in everything (I would suggest choose Universal for older kids OR Disney for younger kids) £1300 flights and hotel £1500 disney OR £1000 Universal (though you might want to add extras) £1000 spending (food etc..) Based on my 2A + 2C yearly visits Flights: Depends on when you're flying, school holidays £400 pp is possible and a bargain, £500 - £600 pp is a common price During school times (even partly) you can find the odd £200 - £250 flights but these can be late notice and with an expensive holiday like this you really is an advantage to book a long time in advance (Disney top restaurants take bookings 6 months in advance and do get fully booked quickly, fastpasses need to be booked 2 months in advance ideally) Search on here and there's occasional good deals like this in I-Drive (such as Rosen Inn) which include hotel rooms. Very good cheap option if the dates work for you It depends what you prefer but we always hire a car and stay 20-30 mins drive South of Disney (Kissimee or just off Highway27 which is at the end of the 192, a main road with restaurants and shops etc directly at the bottom of world drive, Disneys main road). Once we stayed in a villa we've never wanted anything else, my kids love swimming and messing about in the pool so if you are likely to be in the pool playing (active) a lot then having a pool to yourselves on the doorstep is a must Villa's can be found for about £400 per week (We've had 5 berooms one twice and a 3 bedroom one twice for that, less before brexit) all with a pool https://www.homeaway.co.uk Being that far away you'll need a car (if you're happy to drive) I've always found https://www.tripwheels.com to offer the best prices but search around The earlier you book the cheaper it'll be in general Family car with insurance should be about £150 per week We normally go for an SUV (Kia Sportage and jeeps have been great and big enough to be comfortable) which will be slightly more - £200 per week We always stay for just over 3 weeks so we have a day to settle as it's always afternoon/evening when you arrive We get the 3 week Disney tickets for £1600 which is enough to spread it out and still not really do eveything The 4 Disney parks: Magic kingdom = Lots of walking, such a nice atmosphere, my suggestion is to choose either morning and get as much as you can done and leave for/around lunch (use fastpasses as late as possible) OR come in the afternoon, use fastpasses and stay until the evening to watch the fireworks/projection show on the castle, you really must do this at least once but it gets so crazy busy, every day, there are no quiet days for this - ever. We prefer early mornings then back to the villa for a swim in the afternoons mostly Animal Kingdom = We love this park, with the shows (Lion king/Nemo) it's easy to spend the whole day here. Get fastpasses for Flights of passage or give it a miss, the queues are always 2+ hours long Hollywood studios = in the middle of a lot of change, good stuff to do here still but there's 2 really good things to watch at the end of the day so I'd suggest an afternoon/evening works well. Unless the timings work and you can watch both on the same night you'll need to choose either "Fantasmic" or the star wars fireworks show. Both are a must (as well as lots of good rides), Fantasmic takes 30 minutes and it's a further 15 minute (at least) walk to see the fireworks show. Plan to come back for the other if missed Epcot = People love this place, we're not AS keen. An afternoon and watch the show (which is currently changing but will still be a fireworks type show over the "world showcase lake") is enough for us. There's lots of food choices if you're budget allows Note: FASTPASSES (quick queue system) ARE FREE If you're off-site (not in a disney hotel) you can book them online 30 days in advance, on-site 60 days in advance For this reason - if your budget allows, we buy our first night in a cheap Disney room then go to the villa after. £120 odd will get you the 60 days advance booking which is key to get the 1 hour slots for the biggest rides Read thedibb or similar for advice on what the rides are and which to use fastpasses for. I personally love https://www.easywdw.com for this kind of advice and park maps that are easier to get your head around We also love a good game of crazy golf, they're good courses and included free on the ultimate tickets Both the water parks also provide a good day break and are also included I won't talk about the other parks, Universal/seaworld/kennedy/gatorland or any of the others as we've been to them all a lot but not more recently and I'm sure others would be able to give better advice than me It's easy for all the extra's to add up We normally end up around £7500 (up about £1k since the pound dropped in 2016 and prices rising crazy %) Here's our last breakdown: Flights (we've done Virgin/BA/Norwegian, all fine) - £1600 SUV hire (£550) Night in Disney (£120) 3 weeks in Villa (£1250) 3 week Disney ticket (£1600) Gatorland/Seaworld/Busch tickets (£400) Spending/food including some nice steak house and Disney be our guest meals etc... (£2000) I've just started looking into maybe uber or lyft every journey instead of getting a car. It's getting close to being cheaper (I think, that's what I'm going to look at. I guess it will depend how many longer journeys you will make)

Azwipe

Yes the description is wrong.

Azwipe

Not surprising considering idrive is to the USA what Blackpool prom is to the UK. You get some pretty rough ass Americans staying in Orlando (lol) (lol)

Whit week half term Center Parcs Holland from £350
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Fraction of the UK price. Everyone speaks English and during this week the parc has a large UK population. Not a school hol in Holland so its cheap. Only snag is you have to get t… Read more
gangey

AS mentioned before - Been to Holland / Belgium CP's 13 times. Never been to a UK one - can't afford them!! I spend very little when i go. Whit half term usually OK for BBQ. Buy one of those 3 legged BBQ's for about a tenner, take my own charcoal . Deep freeze my meat and put in cooler box before leaving. Still OK on arrival next day. Take own beer ( Stella back to Belgium) and buty duty free wine on the ferry. Take most other groceries . The only thing i spend money on is Milk , Salad , and chips round the pool. Take your own bottle of ketchup into the pool and burger bars because the Belgians charge extra for it and its expensive for what it is. Use the cooler box to take your own beer and snacks into the dome / pool area (bet you can't do that in the UK!) I can honestly say that one year we went to Erperheide and spent 70 euros all week! Don't get me wrong , I am not a miser, Just like to know what i am eating (tr ybuting steak for the BBQ in a Belgian supermarket - I got a bit confused and thought it was really expensive) basicaly if you've got the space in the car, fill it! as long as its not perishable.

D4V1NC1

People are annoyed that they may have to spend an extra 5 mins filling out a form.

mrpaws

If that's the case what's all the fuss about?

chopper603

No. Why should there be any issues? We're still going to be allowed to leave the country and enter another!

mrpaws

Anyone concerned with passport issues after may?

Manchester to Cancun £329 RETURN TUI @ Last Minute.com
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Manchester to Cancun £329 RETURN Date: 24/04 - 08/05 Airline: TUI Proof: https://imgur.com/N8RH9If
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leanne171087

Ive got a facebook page and group too that has cheap flights and DIY holidays for families. Search Mrs MemoryMaker or DIY Family Holidays Group on facebook :)

Tabintab

add £50 per person (tourist tax) to get out. Robbing gits.

Sociable7

Just type it with spaces

neiiilers

Haha. I'll speak to mods about it. I try to post daily in my group so it'd be good to share it here too!

Sm00thy

I lived in Mexico for 3 years and moved back in early 2017, which was the worst year on record for casualties related to cartel activity, and Cancun was super bad apparently. It's improved a little since then, but I'd still not risk it yet, especially with family. Don't take my word for it, though, do your research before buying, as with anything significant :)

Easyjet have released Winter Ticket Sale - Flights now available  up to 28th March 2020 & 1000's of 7 night holidays under £249 pp
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Hello. Easyjet released Winter Ticket Sale. You can buy really Cheap fly ticket. Be quick before low prices will gone. NOW RELEASED WINTER 19/20 Flights now available up to 28t… Read more
Legfan2

Edinburgh-Berlin return £51 in November, cant complain !

vaiopup

Already booked. :D

MinerWilly

Porto all day long mate. Beautiful city. Sitting on the banks of the Douro with some port and cheese.

harryzac1

To Athens???!

thelast_warrior

Just booked for next March then seen this after i paid "This sale is not protected under the ATOL Scheme"

5 Nights Majorca (Departing 26th April) for 2 Adults self catering + Rtn Flights Gatwick with 15kg luggage + Transfers £127.40 pp @ Tui
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Cheap Majorca Cala Bona 5 night break for 2 adults, works out at £127.40 per person. Option to add children which lowers per person cost to £105-£110. Departing on 26th April and r… Read more
Neobrown

Does TUI have deals like this every month, or more an Easter thing?

saddako

Even though the price went up, still booked it, as was the last room available. Thanks for the deal!

Chanchi32

Damn , will expire thanks

saddako

Price has gone up to £201pp now

afroylnt

If only the beer was as good as their marketing use to be...

7 Nights Menorca in May for 4 people Apartment (2a + 2c) + Rtn Flights from Stansted with 15kg luggage + Transfers £85.27 pp @ Tui
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Price increased for 6th May, however similar prices are still available departing 3rd May for 7 nights £352.40 (£88.10 per person) including hotel, flights with 15kg luggage and transfers.
Significant price drop on this holiday. Works out at £341.09 which is £85.27 per person factoring in the free child place. May family getaway to Cala'n Forcat Menorca for 7 nights… Read more
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oonaghmcgilloway

went here a few years back beautiful beaches could not fault it , not at all busy and very laid back.

MEGAONE

Sorry. I'm old school lol We took the housing ladder approach, ie one step at a time. Always forget how different it is now.

Flappybunnyman

Yes - but we’re looking at purchasing a property that’s £100,000 more than our current properties worth. Therefore, if ours goes up 10%; and the place we want to move to goes up 10% as well; that’s an extra £10,000 due to the price differentiation of the two.

MEGAONE

If price increases on property your looking to buy surely yours will have increased also, the same if prices drop.

jeannot18

Thanks

11 Nights Lanzarote April for 4 people (2A + 2C) Self Catering + Rtn Flights Gatwick 15kg luggage + Transfers £124.77pp @ Tui
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Family April getaway to Lanzarote for 11 nights for 2 adults and 2 children including self catering, return flights from London Gatwick on the 21st April. Includes 15kg luggage al… Read more
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cjabingham

Jupiter and its moons are a long way. I went a few years ago and it was a very long trip! Or was it LSD?!

cjabingham

A bribe would have worked!

random_dude

Maybe you look dodgy?

waterloo

What are you talking about (confused)

mrpaws

The reason I'm asking I was in malaga airport (Spanish) and the security was frankly ridiculous. I wondered was this because I travelled on a British passport, and spains Row with Britain over Gibraltar? OTHER nationalities definitely went through quicker?

14 nights Nile Cruise & All-inclusive Red Sea Beach Stay Egypt via Fleetway Travel from £499 per person
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14 night holiday from £499 each from Manchester or London (other airports available too) during November, December 2019 and January 2020. Includes flights, transfers throughout, ho… Read more
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Chuchi

Apparently they have an office in Marble Arch, London I'm going to pay them a visit today if I have time

aw08

who are fleetwood travel always feel a bit dubious about them ......... :o

pasheast

Indeed, and these extras are quite expensive. You will probably have little to do but stay on board while those who've paid for the extras get back!

Chuchi

Thanks a lot for that well appreciated.

DodgeRam111

This trip doesn't go anywhere near Cairo so no visits to the pyramids at Giza. When I went there was unrest in Cairo, so it may be different now I guess? There were trips out to different points of historical significance every day. If I remember correctly there was 2 different excursion packages, one was multiple trips every day whilst the other was only one trip a day to the main attraction. I'm sure we went for the light package and paid about £150 each. Which wasn't bad for a whole weeks worth of excursions really. There was lots in Luxor, but also Aswan and other places too. I enjoyed the trip. We were the youngest people on the boat by a long shot, aged about 25 at the time. But if you're into Egypt history it is good. The actual cruise itself was enjoyable to, I liked sitting on the deck watching the world go by. Heads up when you are docked, you will be sandwiched between other Nile cruisers, so won't get any views from your cabin. I'd go again if there weren't other parts of the world to see first :)

£100 off July and August Holidays with code - £1200 minimum spend @ First Choice
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New promo code Offer: USE CODE HOLIDAY TO BAG £100 OFF YOUR SUMMER HOLIDAY Code: HOLIDAY Min Spend: £1200 Booking Dates: 04.04.19 - 07.04.19 Travel Dates: 01.07.19 - 31.08.1… Read more
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diamond.silver

Thanks...but the code is not valid...that's the message I get

bezzer29

There a minimum spend if use this should be in heading

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