All posts tagged "France"

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    Six Countries with Best Healthcare in the World 2019

    Access to quality healthcare is a critical consideration for retirees, and in the right places overseas, that...

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    Uniworld Sixth Super Ship Sailing the Bordeaux Region

    Following an ambitious makeover that not only reimagined its purpose, overall design and aesthetic but also enhanced...

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    Royal Caribbean Orders Sixth Oasis-Class Vessel

    Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has entered into an agreement with French shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique to build...

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    France Has Even More to Offer for Summer 2016

    France is a popular holiday destination for many Irish people. In addition to its established routes to...

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    New Royal Caribbean International Oasis-class Ship

    The keel for the fourth Royal Caribbean International Oasis-class ship has been officially laid at the STX...

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    Irish Ferries Adds S-t-r-e-t-c-h to Mini Cruise Stay in France

    Irish Ferries has stretched the length of time Mini Cruise passengers can stay in France with the announcement that passengers can now remain away for almost one week, all for the same low fare.  Under this new arrangement, passengers can now spend up to six days in France and not be obliged...

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    Irish Ferries Cuts Late Summer Fares to France

    Irish Ferries is cutting its late summer motorist fares on the Ireland to France route by 20% off normal rates. Applicable for travel anytime from Thursday 8th August up to 19th December, the offer comes with the condition that new reservations must be made before 6th August next. Despite a busy summer...

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    French Fines for No Breathalyser in Car Shelved

    France’s Minister of Interior has announced that fines for motorists who do not carry a breathalyser kit in their vehicle – previously due to come into force today, 1st March – have been shelved. All drivers in France are required to carry a breathalyser, and those without would have been liable for...

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    Ebookers Commits to Travelport in France

    Travelport has announced the successful migration of ebookers to its search and shopping product in France. As a result, ebookers customers using the French website now have access to Traveport’s travel content, supported by advanced technology such as Travelport e-Pricing, the fare shopping tool. “Ebookers always aims to offer our customers the best online...

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    Irish Ferries Extends Cabin Sale

    Irish Ferries has extended the closing date of its half-price cabin sale on services to France. Now open until 17th April, sale fares deliver savings of up to €258 return and are valid for travel up to 30th May. Covered are all 2-, 3-, 4- and 5-star cabins on sailings to and...

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    Breathalyzers for Sale on Oscar Wilde

    A new regulation being introduced by the French Government that will require motorists to carry a breathalyzer in their car at all times while travelling in France has been acknowledged by Irish Ferries as a positive measure that will help reduce road accidents and make travelling in France even safer for Irish...

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    Holiday Autos 20 Per Cent Off Sale

    Starting today, Holiday Autos is offering a 20% off worldwide car hire sale – with a different country being on sale for 24 hours only. The offer applies to all rentals in top destinations until 11th December 2011. Today’s country is Spain, while tomorrow’s is Portugal and Madeira. On Wednesday it’s South...

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    Liberty Island to Remain Open While Stature of Liberty Gets One-Year-Long Renovation

    New York’s iconic Statue of Liberty will remain open through to 28th October 2011, its 125th anniversary when the celebrations will include music and special tours and programmes. The next day all interior spaces of the Statue of Liberty will close for approximately one year while upgrades are made to the 125-year-old...

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    Irish Ferries Introduces Fare ‘Flexibility’ Option

    A new ‘flexibility’ option that will enable customers to avail of reduced cancellation charges and avoid amendment fees has been introduced by Irish Ferries. Inspired by customer demand, the option can be purchased on a per-voyage basis – one proviso being that an outward and return option must be purchased if cover...