Deals Of The Week: From Riga to Orlando
Sunday 06 August 2006
British Airways Holidays (0870-243 3406; ba.com) is offering three nights in Riga for departures on 26 August. Price includes return flights and three nights' b&b.
Explore Turkey's Lycian coast with Exclusive Escapes (020-8605 3500; hiddenturkey .com), for departures on 19 and 26 August. Price includes return flights, seven nights' half board, trekking.
Depart on 20 August for eight days in the Julian Alps of Slovenia with The Adventure Company (01420 541007; adventurecompany.co.uk). Price includes return flights, transfers, seven nights' b&b and the services of a guide.
Thomas Cook Signature (0870 443 4447; tcsignature .com) is offering a seven-night trip to Bangkok and Thailand's Golden Triangle, departing between 21 August and 31 October. Price, valid for bookings made by 15 August, includes flights and transfers, room only.
Book by 8 August and a family of four can spend seven nights in Orlando with American Sky (0870-904 0920; americansky.co.uk) in September to early October. Price includes flights and room-only accommodation.
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