Tips and Deals of the Week: 31/01/2010
Sunday 31 January 2010
eBay.co.uk is offering holidays to UK shoppers for the first time in association with Octopus Travel. It says more than 50,000 deals will be on offer from 99p.
Bradt is publishing its first guide to Abruzzo, the less-explored mountainous region of Italy. On sale now, price £14.99. Go to bradtguides.com
Ski Club of Great Britain has launched a handy new DVD titled "Skiing Gear, the ultimate equipment guide", price £9.95. Go to skiclub.co.uk/shoponline
Six Senses rue de Castiglione has just opened its doors in Paris. The luxury urban spa will feature new organic products. Go to sixsenses.com
Two for one to Heathrow
Heathrow Express is offering two for one return travel between Paddington and Heathrow from 11 to 16 February. Go to heathrow express.com and tap in HXLOVE
Easter in Italy for £379
Long Travel is offering seven nights' half-board at Hotel Gabbiano in Basilicata at Easter for £369 per person, based on four sharing, with flights. Go to long-travel.co.uk
Save on romantic suites
Leading Hotels of the World is offering 20 per cent off some of the best suites it features in more than 300 hotels across 35 countries. Go to lhw.com/specialoffers.aspx
The Independent travel offers: Discover a world of inspiring destinations
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Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
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