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Mike Swanson Presents

DIAMOND BRIDGE

Our prices are inclusive of bridge costs.

Kefalonia

2nd October 2008 – 14 nights – £865

half-board

Our 12th visit to what is our favourite seaside hotel on the

island that is home to Captain Corelli's Mandolin. Flights

from Gatwick, Manchester & Birmingham.*

Iberian Celebrations

1

28th December 2008 – 1 nights – From

£1279

A cruise without flights aboard P&O’s Oriana from

Southampton to Madeira (for New Year’s Eve fireworks),

Lanzarote, Lisbon & Vigo.

Benidorm

13th January 2009 - 14 nights - £629

full-board

Our twelfth visit to the ever-popular Hotel Poseidon Palace

set in the Costa Blanca's most famous resort. The first 60

places on this holiday were already taken even before we

had produced a brochure! Flights from Gatwick, Manchester

& Birmingham. *

Paphos, Cyprus

21st January 2009 - 14 nights - £645

half-board

Our third visit to the 4-star Louis Imperial Beach Hotel, set

in extensive landscaped gardens next to a sandy cove, with

views across the bay to the harbour and fort. Our previous

groups which stayed here were full of praise for all aspects

of the hotel, with particular emphasis on the quality and

wide variety of food at dinner. Flights from Gatwick,

Manchester & Birmingham. *

South Sea Islands,

New Zealand & Australia

28th February 2009 - 24 nights - from

£4395

A cruise aboard the 6-star all-suite, all-balcony, all-inclusive

Regent Seven Seas Mariner from Valparaiso (Chile) to

Robinson Crusoe Island, Easter Island, Pitcairn Island,

Papeete (Tahiti), Moorea & Bora Bora (French Polynesia),

Rarotonga (Cook Islands), Auckland & Bay of Islands (New

Zealand), and Sydney.

* operated by Clare Travel ATOL3298

Bridge licensed by the EBU

Diamond Bridge

32 Kingstanding Centre, Kingstanding, Birmingham B44 9HJ

email: info@diamondbridge.co.uk www.diamondbridge.co.uk

Tel: 01543 483222 Fax: 0121 355 7895

12 English Bridge August 2008 www.ebu.co.uk

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