Holloway - Answered a Question by Long (22 Apr 12 16:15)

Glynis from Wombourne.- I will be taking my 1st cruise next month and have booked Eavesway coaches to take me from Hilton Park Services to Southampton. Are the coaches easy to find in the service station and at Southampton?

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carberry - Answered a Question by Long (21 Jun 07 20:03)

We haven't used the cruiselink as yet but have booked a return from heathrow to southampton for July 08 with our cruise it's free and it leaves heathrow airport at 1.30pm and arrives on the return journey approx.1.00pm i would be interested in reading the answers to this question also.

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clements - Answered a Question by Long (22 Jun 07 23:30)

We too are debating whether to fly to southampton or to drive down. Our cruiseline is providing free parking at southampton but I dont fancy driving that far. It is far dearer to fly from Liverpool than manchester but I think this must be better than coaching. we have been told it takes approximately 9 hours by national express. Looking forward to any answer you get regarding thi.

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Boswell - Answered a Question by Long (23 Jun 07 11:02)

We have used this service from Trowel to Southampton several times and have always found them most efficient.Have a nice cruise.

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mudd - Answered a Question by Long (26 Jun 07 13:19)

We used eavesway 3 years ago and they were fine, we are going on another cruise in 2008 and will book with them again,and we're travelling from doncaster. mrs mudd. doncaste.

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