Stays in the summer of Ideas for Travel to Koh Samui and Koh Phamgan (by the way, Koh means Island in Thai ...). Hotels from 4 to 5 star luxury hotel breakfast treat, Thai flights, transfers and assistance in Italian. Duration: 7 nights. Prices vary depending on the accommodation you choose, from 1.380 Euro per person (at The Imperial Samui Beach Resort, 4 stars), up to a maximum of 2, 490 Euros per Vana Belle (5 star Luxury), which also offers 2 free nights and a dinner by candlelight.
You can also make a stop over in Bangkok for 3 nights in bed & breakfast, Aetas Lumpini Hotel (4 stars), from 220 Euro per person.
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Thinking about the New Year ...
Ideas for Travelling already has a suggestion for the New Year 2014 New York, with Emirates direct flight from Milan. Starting December 29, lasting 4 nights, bed and breakfast, a choice of three 4-star hotels: King and Grove New York, from 1, 680 Euro per person; Paramount from 1, 690 Euro; Central Park from 1, 760 Euro per person.
Registration fees free for bookings made before 31 August.
Airport taxes: 70 Euro, not including cancellation insurance, all taxes: 80 Euro.
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More Strikes at Europe's Airlines2010-03-24 10:04:44 by anyoneanyoneany
While the strikes at British Airways are earning many of the headlines, other strikes in Europe are also causing travel disruptions.
In Germany, pilots from Lufthansa are preparing for a second strike next month. A four-day walkout from April 13 is planned in a dispute over pay and job security. Meanwhile, the Italian carrier Alitalia canceled or delayed flights across the country because...ountry because of a four-hour strike by pilots, flight attendants and baggage handlers, news agencies reported.
TAP Portugal pilots are planning to walk off the job on Friday through March 31, according to the airline.
Lufthansa pilots went on strike last month, stranding thousands of passengers, in protest to the move of cockpit jobs to foreign subsidiaries where pilots earn less.
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