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Go on - scare much would a fortnight in Florida with 2 boys aged 8 be all in??

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toomuchtodo Sat 08-Sep-07 17:09:30

flying from Glasgow, going in the summer holidays, going to major theme parks?

know I'll be put off but need a realistic price to work from..........................

toomuchtodo Sat 08-Sep-07 17:10:08

oh forgot, including car hire, spending money -- the lot!!!

sammac Sat 08-Sep-07 17:13:13

We've booked, flying from Glasgow, staying in hotel for 2 weeks, with a third week with relatives, costing around £2500. Four of us, 2 adults, dd will be 14, ds 6. Not including tickets for parks which I think are around £180 for Disney each, so prob at least £1000 for tickets for the attractions. Spending money, food etc, I would guess around £5-6k hmm

sammac Sat 08-Sep-07 17:14:05

(I reckon that's a conservative estimate- no shopping included!)

toomuchtodo Sat 08-Sep-07 17:29:22

wow, thats a lot!!

wonder if there's any way to do it cheaper?

Clayhead Sat 08-Sep-07 17:43:39

If you go to the Virgin Holidays website you can ask it do do a quote for you.

Clayhead Sat 08-Sep-07 17:45:28

The Dibb is also full of information and may have some ideas on doing it cheaper.

toomuchtodo Sat 08-Sep-07 19:14:54


cocolepew Sat 08-Sep-07 19:18:56

You can buy park tickets before you go and get unlimited entrance with them. They work out a bit cheaper. Hope you get too go, we went last year and it was great. Mum paid for us wink

toomuchtodo Sat 08-Sep-07 22:04:45

wow, a rich mum!

cocolepew Sun 09-Sep-07 08:13:43

Not any more!

scienceteacher Sun 09-Sep-07 20:32:40

You should be able to make a reasonably accurate estimate.

For example, checking out the airline websites, you may be talking about flights of around £500 each, with car hire around £50 per day.

Hotels are around $50 - $100 per night, depending on the quality/location. You can get cheaper though, but would need to compromise.

Eating out is the one area where you notice the bargains - probably under half the price of the UK.

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