Get me out of here: Miami, Turkey, India
Wednesday 08 August 2012
Now... Slink off to Miami for a four-night stay in one of the stylish all-white rooms at The Delano, South Beach. The deal, with Western & Oriental, is valid for stays between 19-31 August, costing £989pp with BA flights from Heathrow and breakfast included. Book by 19 August. wandotravel.com
Soon... Take in the delights of Turkey in the height of summer. The deal with Flight Centre includes Thomas Cook Airlines flights from Gatwick, transfers and a week's accommodation with breakfast at the Aspen Hotel in Antalya for £599pp. It's valid for departures between 15 August and 15 September, but must be booked by Tuesday, 14 August. flightcentre.co.uk
Departing on 16 November, Virgin Holidays has a nine-day Golden Triangle tour of India for £1,390pp. It includes flights from Heathrow to Delhi, hotels with most meals and sightseeing in Delhi, Agra, Ranthambore national park and the "Pink City" of Jaipur with guides and transfers throughout. virginholidays.co.uk
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