Free Children's Holidays to Walt Disney World

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Free Children's Holidays to Walt Disney World


Including FREE return flight, FREE accommodation and FREE Walt Disney World pass FLORIDA is the most magical destination that dreams are made of - and what better way to make those dreams come true this summer than to visit Florida with Travel City Direct, the UK's largest independent Florida specialists.

This exclusive offer includes a free child's flight, hotel accommodation and a five-day Park Hopper Plus pass for you to enjoy all of Walt Disney World's major theme parks and attractions. What's more, there's 14 days' car hire included, and an extra 10 per cent off their holiday price for mum and dad. Adult prices start from an amazing [pounds sterling]635 (including 10 per cent discount).

All you need to do is collect 15 tokens for each free kids holiday. We are printing tokens in the Daily Mail until April 9, 2004, and up to two children can travel free when accompanied by two adults. For example, if you wish to take two children, you will need to collect 15 Child One tokens and 15 Child Two tokens.

From your non- stop journey across the Atlantic from Gatwick or Manchester on Travel City Direct's own Jumbo service, to the fantastic accommodation at one of Disney's Value Resorts or a great selected Orlando hotel, to the days in the parks - this is sure to be the holiday of a lifetime.

Florida is a dream holiday for children of all ages and an unforgettable experience for grownups, too. It's a family destination where, however many times you visit, there is always something more to see - more thrilling rides, state-of-the-art theme parks and attractions, dazzling entertainment and fantastic water parks.

Travel City Direct is committed to giving value for money holidays without compromising on quality.

It knows Florida inside out, and so it should - last year, more than 130,000 people travelled to the sunshine state with Travel City Direct.

When you call its UK call centres, you'll speak to friendly, experienced Travel City Direct reservation consultants who have firsthand experience of Florida. …

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