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From Luton: Valentines Day Bologna, Venice & Rome Holiday 13-18 February £156.07pp @ Ebookers (£312.15)
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31/01/2019Expires on 31/01/2019Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Here's a great value trip exploring three Italian cities, Bologna, Venice and Rome including Valentines day in Venice. 13 February You'll fly to Bologna and spend 1 night at the … Read more
rachelandgromit

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

davemorris1

accommodation might be OK for backpackers but people over 20 aren't going to want to stay in hovels.

davem13

Good find

Rome and Venice city break with flights from Manchester, hotels and train transfer for £129pp (or£110pp after cashback) via Groupon
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Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Another good deal from Groupon, Rome and Venice holidays with hotels, flights from Manchester and train tickets betwin Rome and Venice, total price is £129pp or £258 for two people… Read more
Marrilyn

Use code QUICKTRIP for 20%off

peter1969uk

Don't forget your wellies, for Venice.

nofaddey

Checked out this deal and to be honest it's really not that good. Flights to Rome and venice at this time are about £70 total and the 3* hotels are about £30pn and are all about 35-40 mins walk away or 20-25 mins public transport away to the center of Rome/Venice which is very inconvenient as part of a short trip also the train is only about ~£10pp. My advice take parts of this deal. Like book flights using sky scanner and find a nice Airbnb or hotel yourself that's probably closer. Sure it may cost £10 or £20 more in total but you don't have to faff around with vouchers and booking agencies also for warning of hidden costs because the deal makes no mention of transfers from the airports to the hotel and nor does it mention breakfast at the hotel's which is included at the £30 pn price I quoted. You have been warned :)

2 nights in Venice flying form Edinburgh for £75 each (£150 total) including flights, hotel on the island and breakfast @ loveholidays
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Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
This deal is based on 2 people flying out of Edinburgh on Saturday 24th November, returning Monday 26th November and staying for 2 nights in the Hotel Villa Rosa which has an aver… Read more
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kt121

Haha didn't think you had! (cheeky)

eatmorefish

It just gets better. Enjoy your glass of wine with the locals. :p

kt121

ROFL... No seriously. No locals?...Have you actually been to Venice?...and I know it's an island but the Venetians, funnily enough, sell other Italian wine. Crazy, like being able to get prosecco or cava in England....

eatmorefish

ROFL. It's Venice. There aren't any locals. And while I'm here...Venetian wine as about as bad as you can find throughout Italy.

duggie1982

Thats probably due to you turning up to a deal a day late, hotel was gone last night

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Edinburgh to Venice Italy Return on Ryanair - £31
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Uranus

Ryanair still in business? Just goes to show that people will overlook anything so long as the price is low.

BargainHunter420

Trevisio is quite far (roughly 90 mins in train I think!) from Venice but worth it at this price

duggie1982

Story of my life

Besford

And Ryanair don't operate seaplanes!

Ross81

Treviso is not Venice!

Rome, Florence and Venice: 6 Nights  - Including Hotels / Flights from London / Train Transfers £159 pp w/ code (new account) @ Groupon
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Thought this looked decent value for a 6 night break away to Rome, Florence, and Venice including flights, hotel stays and Italian train transfers. Works out at £159 per person usi… Read more
Gaukiro

promo code dosen't seem to be working coz I cannot even click for it to apply. Any suggestions?

Gaukiro

Sorry for such a question, How does this work for a married couple with two year kid? Any experience? Thanks

chocci

Obviously 2 people. 6 nights in Rome, Venice & Florence, train fares (brilliant 250kmph trains) and flights for £159pp is a steal.

chocci

No.

Bambibear

We had our honeymoon in Venice in mid December 10 years ago, beautiful but cold weather, similar to the UK, chance of snow and rain. (Was also in Milan last year same time and it was icy and rainy). In Venice it floods for a few hours each day (see earlier post), hence you get good deals and it's quieter, some restaurants close for the winter but they have raised walkways everywhere, tbh it was my favourite trip and I would do it again in a heartbeat. Agree with other posts above though, 2 days isn't enough. 3 is long enough for a decent chance of seeing a lot. Just don't forget the wellies.

Simple Value Venice 24 Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Set £5.00 + Free C&C @ Argos
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Cut. Skewer. Scoop. Munch. This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Simple Value range would be ideal for a student living at university, a first home gift or as a set of spares.… Read more
Sholan

Bought a set last year, very poor quality. You get what you pay for.

rimalpatel007

I bought this for temporary use, would not recommend as corners are sharpe and metal feels cheap quality.

dc100

Uri Geller cutlery (lol)

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Ciao Italia: Flights to Venice, Milan or Rome from £18 return @ Holiday Pirates
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Get those seat belts buckled and those tray tables up Pirates because we have discovered these incredibly cheap flights, where you can fly to Italy and still have change from a £20… Read more
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dona3853

The CEO of Pepper Group who run HUKD is also a partner in Holiday Pirates.

extonjoe

Ryanairs days are numbered, soon be out of business.

fifthcolumn

Spot on..Ryanair cancelled our flights from Zurich to Rhodes in August, as they've done with hundreds of other flights over the last 2 summers due to scheduling issues, lack of planes, industrial action etc . Many travel insurers do not cover Ryanair related disruptions and it's a mission trying to get any help from Ryanair Customer Services. I suspect a pattern where Ryanair is quick to cancel flights where operational costs outweigh any hit they would take on EC 261 related claims so routes with low load factors are more likely to be effected. If you book these super cheapy flights, make sure that any hotel bookings, car rental etc you make are fully refundable. Caveat emptor!

skyhigh5

We had 3 major delays and 2 cancellation within last 2 months. Unfortunately there is no compensation.

adam_holcombe

Why are we saying the merchant is holiday pirates? It's ryanair, no?

From Bristol: Saturday-Tuesday 3 Nights in Venice close to St Marks £117.62pp @ Ebookers
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If you fancy a nice long weekend how about a little escape to Venice for 3 nights. This trip is from Bristol 22 to 25 September (Saturday too Tuesday). Whilst you do tend to see … Read more
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pukenukem

My wife and I just returned from two week tour of the north of Italy, it was a 40th present for me....my wife is awesome. Anyway, last two nights were in Venice, and I expected my experience to be just like you've described but it can be avoided! Using the Lonely Planet guide, a book we always get and never fails us, we booked onto a recommended food tour, there were 4 of us on it, very personal. The tour happened just after we got to Venice (stayed in an AirBnB btw, highly recommend) and it taught us where to go to both get the best food and drink of Venice and avoid the HELL of the crowds. I attach a photo I posted, taken July 17, as proof that quiet does exist there, places devoid of tourists and offers the real atmosphere of Venice. We came along this strip on the tour and knew we'd be back the next day..... and we had a reasonably priced bottle of fizz to our shock (called Lunatica..hmm)! It's sad the main tourist areas are now overrun like Ants nests, but now I know where to go (and there are lots of hidden gems not ruined by crowds) I'd happily go back to Venice; that said the Lonely Planet guide did say love it and leave it, as the surrounding areas outside of Venice are just as awesome, may do that next time.

rachelandgromit

I didn't realise it was €8 in fairness. I just checked my journal when I went and I had written we paid €3pp one way. I hadn't checked up to date information. Some people may get the bus or some people may get a taxi or even a water taxi. Certainly it's not €3 anymore. The 'ferry' time I got from Google maps but then did it allow for waiting for a ferry aka vaporetto? I don't know! Walking - I was reading reviews from people who had stayed but does it allow for a slow walker, a fast walker, a runner?!? I don't know! You haven't said how much the vaporetto is if people did stay in Lido so it would be helpful to know so if people are reading this they have some useful info. I'm giving my opinion of the breakfast I had in Venice. I'm not going to get into an argument nor do I want to give anyone wrong information. I've given a flight and accommodation options on this deal. Just like if you book a deal on Groupon, Travelzoo etc etc I'm sure people will do their own research into where they want to stay in Venice, how to get to and from the airport etc. Lido is generally cheaper, but again I'd not checked these exact specific dates. When I replied I did have a look as curiosity got the better of me and actually there was not the price difference I expected and prices were very similar to Venice. Check now, tomorrow, in a week and it could change re hotel prices. I don't need people to give me heat, I really don't care! I just like posting travel deals!

siadwel

There you go again, you say a couple of euros from the airport, but it's not is it ? It's a minimum of €8 each way so hardly a couple of euros but hey, why tell the truth ? Not sure where you get the ferry time to be around 20 minutes either, it's 15 minutes, or how you say 15-20 minutes walk (Google maps has it at a minimum of 25 minutes) but there again yet more false information from you. Why ? Are you THAT desperate for approval ? In your opening post you say that it's cheaper to stay on the Lido but now you say it's not. Make your mind up. If you stay in a posh hotel it is NOT basic continental like the one offered in your post and you know this but you are desperately trying to justify your deal and that is just plain wrong. It's a pathetic answer trying to justify your post and you're just digging a bigger hole for yourself. It would be interesting to know which posh hotel you stayed in that gave such a poor breakfast so we could see for ourselves. I have stayed at https://www.rivieravenezia.it and https://www.hungaria.it pound for pound cheaper and bigger rooms than anywhere I could find on Venice inclusive of ferry price. Another reason to stay on the Lido and not Venice is to get away from the masses that people complain about and relax a little yet still be so close to it. The flights you gave are good, the accommodation and your slant on it isn't. Please stop giving incorrect information to people in order to gain heat.

Mikiex

Venice is somewhere which you won't enjoy if you go at peak times I would agree. But even when its busy, early morning and evenings are nice and quiet. So its not really suitable to day trip to when its busy, I would avoid it. If you are staying there in Venice as apposed to a day trip or a hotel in Mestre or the Lido, you will have a much better time.

samhain81

No, I was in the busiest areas of Rome; Colleseum, Forum, Fountain etc... You've provided your rationale, as have I. I think its not worth it. You think it is. Let's just leave it there. All the best.

Cunard Queen Elizabeth - Venice and the Adriatic - 19 nights, 26 Aug 2018 leaving Rotterdam (Amsterdam) for 19 nights from 26 August to 14 September 2018 on board Queen Elizabeth - flights included from £1599
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Make a 19-night Mediterranean discovery from Rotterdam. Valencia leads on to Sicily and its stunning clifftop town of Taormina. Beguiling Venice and the Croatian gems of Sibenik an… Read more
johnnyd57uk

Is there a run on Cunard Cruises at the minute ?. This and the 24 night December cruise are ok pricewise. Food will be fantastic, some nice ports of call and I would imagine the Queen Elisabeth is stunning.. Still way overpriced for me though. A 12 night cruise to the Canaries in December with P&O for just £712 is far more reasonable. https://www.iglucruise.com/oceana/3-december-2018_c139346 Their drinks prices are similar to pub prices and you can take onboard a bottle of spirits or wine per person. Just did a cruise on the Queen Mary 2 and everything was on the pricey side (didnt dare have an alcoholic drink). Shopping Mall certainly comes to mind plus the awful gaming machines in the casino. A bit overdone on Cunard I think. I still think that cruises are fantastic stress free holidays (Ive been all over the world by plane, train and coach and all I can remember is the stresssssssss). Virtually zero stress on a cruise and fantastic for kids . I was also really pleased to see how geared up ships are for disabled passengers of any age or disability.

qbs

19 nights on a floating shopping mall with high speed controlled "trips" ashore. No thanks. Butlins for posers.

Newbold

Food, yes, alcohol, no.

Lucifer_UK

All inclusive?

Squelds

im sure theres plenty of crack houses down by the docks to visit.

4 star /  2 night break in Venice including flights from £99 pp or 3 nights from £149 pp @ Wowcher
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I've always fancied going to Venice and this seems like a fab price considering it includes flights and a 4 star hotel on dates until 19th October this year so the weather will sti… Read more
Princesspond

Thank you we are going next week and have been looking for some money saving tips!

jaffacat

unfortunatley you can't its the city rule all same price

jaffacat

bargin....back from Venice 3 weeks now, loved it. Beautiful city, odd smell of sewers (nothing major), lots of people (what city isnt full of people), hardly any pigeons in St Marks Sq. Gondola ride was beautiful, lots asking to share cost/ride so options available. We loved it

Mikiex

Hotel Filù Is a nice little up to date hotel. Places to eat ( copy pasted from a previous post I made): Its not too bad if you don't eat in St Marks square, there are also plenty of take away pasta places that are very reasonable. Also grab some snacks and stuff from the Spar! Dal Moro's Fresh Pasta To Go (just off St Marks) Pasta&Sugo (near Campo San Barnaba, as featured in Indiana Jones) - has happy hour with pasta + prosecco for 5 euros Handy (around the Jewish Ghetto) for Gelato McDonalds also in the north right of the Ghetto... get some fries and a cheap beer If you go to Murano there is a tiny little sandwich shop that makes amazing toasted sandwiches, no idea of the name but its at 87 Fondamenta Manin You can buy 1ltr of Moretti Beer from a convenience store near Handy, for 1 euro!! So Venice can be cheap!

c0untd0wn

We went August two years ago. Wasn't too crowded. Hotel splendid was excellent.. Did an evening gondola trip. Had about 3 days and really enjoyed it. Hotel window opened 1st floor onto canal and no smells. Had a meal at a top hotel restaurant, with table right next to canal. Loved Venice. Love Italy. Highly recommended.

Flights to Venice from £17 RETURN - multiple airports via holidaypirates
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Found this gem on holiday pirates. Limited flights available, cheapest from Bristol. Departures from Bristol, Leeds, London, Manchester & Edinburgh Dates between May & … Read more
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arikunto

Check out: https://www.monasterystays.com Good, very safe (as it’s usually part of a Church / Convent) & clean.

HollyWegg

Always used Ryanair and never had any issues

coventgamer

And it was in a supreme rimowa suitcase worth 4k

coventgamer

Ryanair lost my luggage full of designer clothes and a 5 grand camera

mummymelly

Or they cock up (shock) Cancelled due pilots on holiday! Nothing to do with weather it’s down sometimes to poor management and organisation

Return Flights London Gatwick to Malaga / Alicante / Reus / Venice £39  @ Tui
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Spotted a number of return flights for £39 return with Tui if you fancied getting away. May dates to Malaga, Venice, Alicante, Reus flying from Gatwick LGW to Malaga - £39 rt… Read more
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username888

I didn't say it was a bad deal did i u muppet

flapperjacks

Am getting £115pp

flapperjacks

Can not find this price for those dates

craigrathbone

Well it’s still cheaper than a £120 flight, do you expect free flights to Dubai because the hotels cost £500+

jnigel26

Take a wrist band and paint it colour of guests you see leaving a reasonable hotel, walk in! Get chatting immediately to guests so they welcome you. Wash daily in the swimming pool! Great hol for 39 quid. ONLY JOKING!! XD Rough it on the beach for 7 days, or 14 if you don't mind smelling. Then accept the Guardia fine of 2,000 euros when you get caught. Lol. HEAT! Great deal.

From Bristol: Flights & 2 nights in a Yacht in Venice Inc Breakfast 24-26 April £92.49pp @ Booking.com & RyanAir
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I know Venice deals can be had cheaper, particularly if you stay in Mestre or Lido and share a bathroom but this is none of those things and looks lovely You'll stay on the Yacht … Read more
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HOTPOT

This is the problem with Bristol, it is our closest 'big' airport, but we have had enough, we are travelling twice as far & booking B&B to Bournemouth airport, not perfect, but a lot better than Bristol, but then again anything is better than Bristol airport.

jessicascissorhands

Lol, beats travelling to London for me!

HOTPOT

Bristol. I have never known a worst airport than Bristol. Everything about it is extremely bad, from the rudest staff, to the quarter mile walk with luggage up & down stairs, to get to & from the planes, & don't start me on the location, terrible roads to get to it.

mstuey

Does that really matter? I mean it's like a 2hr flight or so, not really the end of the world!

deleted1836930

I tried to send a complaint to Ryanair today through their official website page but I was getting an email saying it cannot be delivered. Went on Ryanair chat and I was told to try using "incognito mode" with Chrome browser that did work. WTF?

Simple Value Venice 24 Piece Stainless Steel Cutlery Set £3.99 Argos
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Very good deal, ideal for students cheapest I've seen around
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themadgoose

You are Uri Geller and I claim my £5

ColitaAmankwaah

Used to be 2.50 been using them for years. Can't complain

666FU

This is the normal price! Could be had for cheaper a few years ago. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/24-piece-venice-cutlery-set-223-argos-2040975 I have had a set for 10 years now and they are still going strong. Spoons are a thin but the knife is great, I always dig through the draw to get one especially if I'm buttering something.

Be79n

Ordered and delivered and in stock. Thank you.

Sami24

Thanks! Was looking for decent cutlery!

4 days (3 nights) leaving from Manchester on 28 August 2018 price for 2 adults 4* Venice Flights and Hotel including Breakfast and extras - £701 @ Voyage Prive
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Overlooking the breath taking waters of Venice, the Hotel Carlton on the Grand Canal 4* offers traditional rooms in the heart of the city. Enjoy a fantastic central location with … Read more
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MonkeysUncle

Agreed, plenty of places with reasonable prices remember to use toilet while your in there. Public ones are 2 euro. :o

cdennis1990

never eaten in the tourist traps or anywhere near St Marks Square stupid prices i think, found some brilliant cheap eats

afroylnt

Just remember to take plenty of cash / increase your credit card limit if you plan on eating in St Marks Square but personally I would find somewhere to eat away from the main tourist traps...

us_agent2012

August is meant to be quite smelly. Wonderful place though, we got back on Tuesday and it was unlike anywhere else.

Argos Value Range 24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set - £3.99 @ Argos
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These aren't going to last you a lifetime like your solid silver (only come out on special occasions) set but seen as these are cheaper than most "Plastic" sets its worth grabbing … Read more
philip4444

No,I was taking the ****

KentishLad

One thing worth paying for is good cutlery. You just it at least twice a day and it impacts the feel of everything you cook. The difference a good steak knife makes, or the weight of a good fork when you're eating pasta.

fangfufu

It is not any worse than the cutlery you get in university canteen.

thomasleep

Did he get a degree, only asking as if he had trouble with using cutlery he probably got a first. ;)

Superhoops

Are you serious lol

Rome and Venice 4 days holiday from £129 @ Groupon
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Rome And Venice holidays for 4 days leaving on 19-21 of march, includes 2 nights stay in Rome in hotel and 2 nights stay in Venice, return flights from London, and train tickets be… Read more
shaylorkay

Me & my partner are going in march cost £251 for us both for 2 nights decent departure and times too via icelolly

matwalaboy

A better one was posted a few days back https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/rome-and-venice-4-nights-at-a-choice-of-hotels-train-transfer-return-flights-from-10965pp-groupon-2889296 - but that isn't available now I think.

PilnMacAmhlaidh

Can’t wait, going in the 18th feb

alfa111

Posted yesterday. I just booked for Rome last week!

Rome and Venice: 4 Nights at a choice of Hotels + Train Transfer + Return Flights from  £109.65pp @ Groupon
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Enjoyed Rome when I went a few years ago and would definitely go back, Venice is on the to do list Use code ESCAPE15 to get quoted prices based on 4 night trip (can extend to 6 … Read more
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italiastar33

:-) Have you ever been to Venice or Rome or do you get all your facts from the Daily Mail ? Actually, I've just re-read your comment above - do you write for the Maily Dail - Thousands ??? - could you please send me these links because I can't find them.

Phila4

Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the links and all the reviews on Trip Advisor which would tell most people that they should have reservations going to Venice or Rome.

italiastar33

That was last summer !!!!!

italiastar33

Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to constantly wonder where the next con is coming from.

Phila4

This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. See here; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5296713/Japanese-diners-call-police-charged-1-000.html I would suggest you read the comments to discover just what a rip off place Venice is/can be and, funnily enough, a lot of the commenters also say Rome is just as bad. Also, the two restaurants mentioned, Osteria da Luca & Trattoria Casanova, have pretty unbelievable reviews on Trip Adviser - honestly, read both the DM comments and Trip Adviser reviews - it will leave you shaking your head in disbelief! I'm sure you can do Venice and Rome without experiencing problems, but from what I've read it's at the very least daunting and for me it would ruin any break constantly wondering where the next con is coming from. Also this later story; http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5312539/Venice-restaurant-fined-17-000-diners-1-000-bill.html

Cheap trip to Venice hotel and flights - £69pp @ Wowcher [£138 per couple]
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Spotted this offer on Wowcher. £69 for 2 night in 4* hotel and return flights. Lots of dates between now and July. Regional airports can be chosen too.
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wendybiv

None starter as the hotels are in Mestre anyway!!!

connor.cracknell

I contacted crystal travel directly in the end. The only flights they had left for my dates were ridiculous timings (return flight 5am) even though the voucher says they won’t be outside normal hours. I’ve paid an extra £49pp to have later flight times but they added an extra night in the hotel as well, so still not bad

gaz_anthony

Shame the hotels aren't actually in Venice

connor.cracknell

Also having this issue...did you get this sorted?

random_dude

Same, I made a point of speaking in a loud faux Italian accent and the looks I got! Ignorant

24 Piece Venice Cutlery Set £3.99 @ Argos
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Cheap and cheerful :3 This 24-piece Venice cutlery set from the Simple Value range would be ideal for a student living at university, a first home gift or as a set of spare… Read more
adamdeveyhukd

I got this as I thought it was on sale. Impulse buying eh. (lol)

mr_deals

Yes. I would appear so. But still a great price that others may not be aware of.

Nicolidus

This is standard price, right?

DrRollo

I actually prefer a flat thin handle, thick round ones are a pain! They spin in your hands.

kamenitzabrit

Are these the sort of thing with a very thin handle which is not comfortable to hold, and will probably tarnish and bend more easily - I realise they're cheap, but sometimes it's better to pay a bit more and get better quality when it's something you're going to use a lot. If it's a thicker handle then good value of course, and worth buying.

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