Brown - Answered a Question by shipp (27 Mar 08 09:16)

If you would like to contact me direct,I have all the information you need, I have just come off the Suez Canal Trip.shbrown@vodafoneemail.co.u.

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WILLIAMS - Answered a Question by shipp (21 Mar 08 23:13)

Usually half pric.

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streets - Answered a Question by shipp (27 Mar 08 08:18)

Do your own trips far cheaper and you will see more of the places you stay a.

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Smith - Answered a Question by shipp (27 Mar 08 15:10)

Children cheaper but not to 18 years. we saw pre booking on the internet for the roma express where children were £50 but when we got there children were the same £80. we chose to go it alone. short walk along prom to station, train return for 9 euros and on off tour bus around rome for 17 euros. worked out alot cheaper and we saw what we wanted.

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Rea - Answered a Question by shipp (27 Mar 08 15:40)

Hi. We did a med cruise on Destiny last year. It is normal practice for them to charge about half price for children on the excursions. However we found that in most places you can see plenty on your own without the expence especially in Madeira, where a ride on the cable car gives you a trip to a beautiful village with spectacular views and, if you feel adventurous, you can even come back down in the famous 'wicker' sledges. Hope you enjoy. Ja.

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