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    My wife suggested that we went away to somewhere she hadn't been before so i suggested the kitchen.


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    Durham is worth considering if you're going by train, I really liked it there. It's worth checking first class prices too as if you're travelling at the right times you can get them for not much more than standard.

    If you're considering Liverpool it might be worth checking flight prices as I've seen some really cheap flights to Liverpool.

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    We are off to Oban again next month, always go at the start of the year and the end, not really much to do but the wife loves the place, been going there for the last 7 years now

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    £36 get you to Dublin on these dates mentioned, flying mid afternoon Friday and Sunday.
    Try Sky scanner, you can put your desired destination as anywhere and it will give you a list of places based on price

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    Fantastic guys for all the suggestions its very much appreciated !

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    Newcastle is cheap as chips on the train and never disappoints. Only an hour or so too. Me and the missus go down every few months.

    Further afield Budapest was lovely for a couples break and very reasonable.

    Weíre going to Barony Castle in Peebles in Friday, anyone been?
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    Looking to take the mrs away Friday 1st March and come back Sunday 3rd March , Anyone got any good advice where to go ? Wouldn't mind somewhere down South like Liverpool or Yorkshire or maybe even Newcastle , To be fair somewhere that's not a million miles away as it's only a short 2 day stay , Also accommodation that are decent prices , Pretty sure a travel lodge or a holiday inn would also be 10 times cheaper than a B&B ,

    I'd be travelling by train i must add as well , Just somewhere me and the mrs can have a nice quiet chilled time with a little scenery and good food along the way
    Just been on easyjet, and you can get flights to Amsterdam for as cheap as a train to York. Takes an hour and half to get there and an hour at the other end to get the train in etc.

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    Newcastle is cheap as chips on the train and never disappoints. Only an hour or so too. Me and the missus go down every few months.

    Further afield Budapest was lovely for a couples break and very reasonable.

    Weíre going to Barony Castle in Peebles in Friday, anyone been?
    Bgrother got married there mate nice hotel. Check out the map of Scotland. Was still being refurbished when we were there but apparently is all finished now. You can take the car about 5 miles further to the meldons for a nice walk.

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    Just been on easyjet, and you can get flights to Amsterdam for as cheap as a train to York. Takes an hour and half to get there and an hour at the other end to get the train in etc.
    York isnae cheap but, The Dam steps it up a level.

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    York isnae cheap but, The Dam steps it up a level.
    Lovely place though eh? Desperate to get back and just had hols authorised at work...

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    Can fly Easyjet return to Belfast or Bristol for under £50 return (each) on those dates.
    Spent the weekend just gone in Bristol. Albeit it revolved around going to the Bolton game at Bristol City, but it was a really nice place all in all. Some cracking boozers by the river. Friendly people, tons of restaurants and really nice pubs. Ended up staying out until daft oíclock and didnít see an ounce of bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beensaidbefore View Post
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    Lovely place though eh? Desperate to get back and just had hols authorised at work...
    I'm not a hash man so, it's not really my cup of tea, unless you're talking about York! 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I'm not a hash man so, it's not really my cup of tea, unless you're talking about York! 👍
    You don't need drugs to enjoy Amsterdam, just to enhance it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danhibees1875 View Post
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    You don't need drugs to enjoy Amsterdam, just to enhance it.
    So long as you stick to 'window' shopping and not sampling the goods
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    Quote Originally Posted by beensaidbefore View Post
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    Just been on easyjet, and you can get flights to Amsterdam for as cheap as a train to York. Takes an hour and half to get there and an hour at the other end to get the train in etc.
    An hour from the airport into the centre of Amsterdam is being extremely generous. Itís probably around 20 mins.

    Amsterdams a great city and thatís coming from someone whoís never even smoked a cigarette never mind a joint.

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    I'm not a hash man so, it's not really my cup of tea, unless you're talking about York! 👍
    Some amazing things to see other than the 'main attractions'. I was there with the Mrs last year and she loved it. Rijksmuseum, van gough, Stedelijk, Albert Cuyp markets are just a few non sex/drugs related attractions. Brilliant shopping too. It's a small city too with everything in walking distance.

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    An hour from the airport into the centre of Amsterdam is being extremely generous. Itís probably around 20 mins.

    Amsterdams a great city and thatís coming from someone whoís never even smoked a cigarette never mind a joint.
    True. By the time you get your bags, ticket for the train etc it's prob an hour from getting off the plane to arriving in Central. Quicker than getting into central Edinburgh from the airport I would say.

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    Krakow.
    Very cheap hotels food etc and a fantastic city with everything easy to see.

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    I'm heading to (Free)Derry for a weekend away. Been before years ago for a day. Ryanair started flying their - got it for just under £50 return.

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