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pushchairs

hi does anyone know if you can hire pushchairs at the airport or in tsvilli and if so how much

thanks

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1. Re: pushchairs

At the bottom of this link there is a reference to pushchair hire and a contact email adddress

zanteconnect.com/zante.zakynthos.zakyta.trav…

hope it helps

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thanks alot

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Hi cls 123,

We take our daughters push chair with us. I doesn't count as part of your luggage allowance, so it costs nothing to take.

You hand it over as you board the aircraft. Then it arrives with the suit cases. We find it much easier that way.

Ian

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4. Re: pushchairs

Done the same as iastu but with a cheap s/h pushchair we bought just for holidays - cost as £6 and we sold it 5 years later for a fiver :-)

Or you can buy new ones in Argos for about £20, I'd have thought a couple of weeks hire (maybe even a week)would cost that much?

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we still take our daughters buggy, she is nearly 4 but it is a god send at night if she drops off whilst we are eating dinner. we have a bag that it fits in, a bit like a golf club travel bag, this keeps if protected as the can get knocked about when they put them on and off the aircraft. we went to zante a few years ago with our relatives abd they didn't take a buggy for their daughter who was a bout 4 at the time, but found they really could do with one, by a stroke of luck someone had left an old one at the apartments and they used it for a fortnight. so you never know you may just drop on one. we're off to zante on thursday for a quick weeks break, can't wait :)

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thanks for all the replys my nephew is also 4 and no longer uses one at home but thought it be best for night time seems best to take one with us thanks for advice anyone got any tips for our hols in tsvili

thanks

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7. Re: pushchairs

Hi, Tsilivi is lovely, there is enough to keep kids and adults happy. plenty of great restaurants, lots are geared towards familes and have play areas, internet access etc. Beach is lovely & clean, taxis cheap. If you like freshly baked baguettes/muffins etc foodys at the planos end is great to stop off at on the way to the beach. Warm & fresh do nice cakes, coffees & ice creams too. Two brothers and Kaliva are 2 of the bars we used last time and they both made our kids feel really welcome. On our 1st trip we stayed at the Planos end and took a horse & carriage ride on the 1st night from Planos to the other end of Tsilivi, it was a good way to see what was on offer, then we walked back via a few bars of course!! i'm sure you will love it. A good site is www.justzante.co.uk they have a tsilivi messageboard on there with loads of hints & tips etc. Roll on thursday yippeeeeee

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