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It’s Maykas Kitchen upstairs in the Carabassi Bars

Regards all

John


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Where is the strip and the what is the name of
The tapas bar please

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Im pretty sure they were doing the same thing at Alicante in August - €5 at the check-in. Was wondering if it was just a summer thing or on-going.  I'll see if I can find out when I land


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General Discussions / Re: Just home after 2 weeks. Few observations.
« Last post by DaveG on September 23, 2017, 19:51. »
Except for a few UK visits a year I am here almost full time and I reckon I spend money more in the time that I am here than most holidaymakers do in the two weeks they are here. It's just that my spend is over a longer period. Also I have family over regularly who also contribute to the local economy whilst they are here.

As Hazel says GA needs both long term spenders and holidaymakers to make it a successful place to be.

Since being here long term the bars have lost their attraction and more of my money goes to the restaurants. If only some of the bars would appreciate that some of us don't like football - especially spread over four televisions competing with abysmal drunken karaoke singers or live singers (I use the word singers advisedly) who should know better than to show themselves up the way they do; then perhaps I would get out more.

Rant over

I'll get my coat.

Dave
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General Discussions / Re: Hand luggage in the hold at Alicante Airport - Easyjet
« Last post by Ash on September 23, 2017, 19:38. »
Your talking about 2 different things

Southend Airport have a scheme where you pay to put it in the hold

Alicante Airport staff are always happy if you want to put your hand luggage in the hold when boarding but obviously you won't have any liquids in he bags unless you've bought them at the airport


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General Discussions / Re: Ryanair Nightmare
« Last post by DaveG on September 23, 2017, 19:36. »
When I was flying regularly with Monarch just over 18 months ago now they had a young lady pilot; captain not first officer (Irish I thinkl). She got us up and down safely and you could understand her on the intercom not like some of the mumbling male pilots.

Dave
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General Discussions / Re: Ryanair Nightmare
« Last post by Spurs on September 23, 2017, 18:43. »
The easyJet programme was great now I'm always looking to see if there are three in the cockpit because that seems to me the one flying is new and about 14 years old

Maybe O'Leary should try that employ kids as pilots they would not need paying as much or so many holidays
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Oh dear.  Didnt have that problem at the check-in at Southend. Took all my toiletries. Want to be able to leave them in GA and come back with Gin


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General Discussions / Re: Ryanair Nightmare
« Last post by victor on September 23, 2017, 18:00. »
You may laugh but did anyone see that recent easyjet documentary regarding they're pilot training program, if you were a nervous flyer before watching, you sure would be afterwards some were very level headed, most hadn't yet started shaving and there were even some girls. The one kid came on the tannoy, passengers stated he sounded about 12, sometimes your better off not knowing whos got your life in their hands.
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General Discussions / Re: Hand luggage in the hold at Alicante Airport - Easyjet
« Last post by victor on September 23, 2017, 17:51. »
We had the same cunning plan bring back more than allowed under hand baggage rules, the only flaw in my plan is security scanning prior to handing your bag over at the gate.
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