This Week's Tips For Travellers
Sunday 08 June 2008
In last week's article about gourmet Las Vegas we omitted to credit the airline bmi (0870 60 70 222; flybmi.com), which kindly provided the hospitality for the writer, Andy Lynes. bmi flies to Las Vegas from £459.
Just opened in Kenya's Samburu Game Reserve, Sasaab (sasaab.com) is a luxury lodge that works with the local community to provide safari holidays that reward both visitors and locals alike.
What a clever idea innovative travel company Black Tomato (blacktomato.co.uk/thevine) has come up with – a members' club for its loyal customers. The Vine offers exclusive rewards, from free books to discounts on holidays and more.
Book by Sunday 29 June to get a double room for £19 at a UK hotel owned by the Travelodge group (travelodge.co.uk). Some 70,000 rooms are up for grabs during July and August and can sleep a family of four sharing.
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