Free ferry voucher for France or Ireland, for five people, for up to five days

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  • 123xyz
    123xyz Posts: 436
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    Martin, when it said in the e-mail "for five foot passengers" I was thinking I needed to bop down in order to appear two inches shorter.
    Just off the border of your waking mind, there lies another time ....
  • spandit
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    labhras wrote:
    I have had one of these vouchers for about six months and never used it. I live in Ireland and dont know anything about Pembroke or Hollyhead are they worth visiting. Sorry for my ignorance

    I don't think there'll be much to see in Holyhead, but you can get from there to Bangor by train, and there's a lot more to do there. It's also a lot quieter in Bangor now as the students have gone home for the summer.
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  • paddytt
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    JuliaH wrote:
    Martin, when it said in the e-mail "for five foot passengers" I was thinking I needed to bop down in order to appear two inches shorter.

    I've only got two feet - how do I go about getting three more?

    ;)

    TT
  • pompeyrich
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    deedah123 wrote:
    hi "nettles", i was wondering if you cld give me the details for your france trip for the day.

    you sed that it only cost £19 with car.

    The £19 offer was with Seafrance but ended on may 31st.
  • budgetflyer
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    JuliaH wrote:
    Martin, when it said in the e-mail "for five foot passengers" I was thinking I needed to bop down in order to appear two inches shorter.

    nice one:rotfl: :rotfl: :rotfl:
  • felicity wrote:
    Sorry to disagree with you we have just done Speedferries on 27th May the ferry was filthy and the staff very unhelpful - we booked and paid the extra to come back Sea France (who we usually travel with but got the cheap offer with speedferries) - have vowed never to go Speedferries again - just my personal opinion .....

    I was also on the 27th May Ferry - I found it quite acceptable as I spent only 40 mins in a seat with more legroom than most club class airlines and saved £300 on the cost of a trip on a floating casino. Staff and Hot Chocolate were fine, cannot say the same for the sea conditions that day, but return trip next week was much better. The name of the game is to save money so don't expect silver service for peanuts.
  • Where is the cheapest deal for a car ferry to Dublin? Speed Ferries only have France on their website???
    Regards John
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