The Fuerteventura Princess is classically Spanish, with whitewashed, terracotta-topped blocks scattered between palm-dotted gardens. The grounds sidle right up to Esquinzo de Jandia Beach, too, so you can look forward to sweeping sea views and easy access to the sands.
There are four swimming pools to choose from here, and they're edged by roomy terraces that are freckled with sunbeds and palm trees. You'll find a bar outside, too, where you can grab cold drinks and light bites at lunchtime.
When it comes to dining, the buffet restaurant serves up everything from roast beef to Canarian specialities. There’s a show-cooking station, as well, so you can have your steak cooked just as you like it. If you fancy a lie-in in the mornings, meanwhile, the La Choza restaurant lays on late breakfasts.
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Stylish 4T and 5T hotels
- 90% customer scores
- Platinum Villas available
- Platinum Cruises available
- 20kg luggage allowance
- 4T and 5T hotels
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local alcoholic and soft drinks 10.00-23.30. Coffee, tea and cakes 15.00-17.00. Snacks including toasted sandwiches, hotdogs and burgers 10.00-23.00. Scoop ice-cream 10.00-19.00.
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3 outdoor pools
Surrounded by large sea view sun terraces, with lots of sunbeds and parasols speckled around the area.
For breakfast and dinner. Buffet service with open kitchen. Enjoy the themed dinners which take place twice a week and sample the Canarian and Spanish cuisine. There's also the possibility of special diets and vegetarian menus on request. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's long trousers and a shirt with sleeves for gentlemen. This is a non-smoking restaurant and highchairs are available.
Hotel-run kids' club
For ages 4 to 12 years.
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Twin room sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, a sofa-bed for 1 adult or 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with satellite TV with limited English and radio channels and a mini-fridge.
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, a sofa-bed for 1 adult or 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with satellite TV with limited English and radio channels and a mini-fridge.
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Still great at the FP! + Final Update
A final few words about the FP. Sadly, I’m back in England now. I had a great holiday at the FP. Met some old friends and made some great new ones. Many people return to the FP again and again – that tells you much about the place! Having spent my days walking the mountains, barrancos, and gorgeous beaches, I enjoyed returning to the FP for a sauna, and a lovely meal every single night. The staff (many familiar faces & some new), as always, were friendly, helpful, & professional. If you have regular habits, you’ll find bottles appearing on your table, before you’ve even had chance to open your mouth. It’s a large complex, and gardeners & maintenance staff will be seen constantly working away in the background, keeping the place looking good. Cava with breakfast, a couple of days a week, is always a nice treat, as is, the bottle waiting for you in your room upon arrival (when you are a returning guest). The FP has a great naturist area with a small pool, 2 large saunas, steam room, and a bank of open plan showers with hot water (& nice gel supplied). I hope they never change the layout. They seem to have made a mess of the naturist zone in the Jandia Princess next door. Whilst I hope the FP’s naturist area never changes, they could perhaps make it bigger. The area is screened off from the gym and the massage rooms, so prudish guests (sadly mostly Brits!) won’t be too traumatised. However, if they go to the beach, they will encounter naturists in both directions for miles, but happily co-existing with people have unfortunately yet to discover the wonderful freedom of being naked in the sunshine or in the water. FP – I’m missing you already! So …. is the FP perfect? Well, for me, it almost is. The only things I dislike are, having to pay extra to use a room-safe, having to pay a high price for limited internet service, and having to pay a high price for wine with my meals (I’m a half-board’er). I would prefer to pay a higher basic price for my holiday and then get safe & Wifi included, and more reasonably priced wine with my meals. I feared that standards would drop at the FP with the introduction of the ‘All Inclusive’ option, but in 4 weeks, I didn’t see anyone ignoring the dining room dress code, and only saw one brief ‘too much alcohol’ incident. The FP is a beautiful hotel in a quiet location. I love the location of the FP. The fact that it’s isolated without bars & shops outside is a plus for me. Having said that, I am looking forward to using the new Mercadona supermarket just up the road next time (It opened today 06/03/14). I frequently use the coastal bus service. It’s a shame that you have to climb the hill to the old main road to reach a bus stop, but the 15 minutes climb helps keep me fit. Incidentally, you can now buy the 30% discount ‘Bono’ or ‘BTF’ cards off the bus drivers. Cost is €2 and you also need to pre-load it with at least €15, but any unused credit stays valid for your next holiday. Nice getting a discount and not having to fiddle about trying to have change for the bus. I have at least, partly solved my WiFi needs. I’m now using an alternative cheaper service. The Allsun’s Esquinzo Beach Hotel up the road charges at a more reasonable rate eg: €20 for two weeks (see below for full price info). The service is provided by the same company that supplies the service at the Magic Life Hotel, which is just across a barranco from the FP. I found that if you registered for the Allsun’s service, you could then also log-in to the Magic Life's service. I was then able to access the internet from my room (via Magic Life). I have a small (SignalKing) signal enhancing device with my laptop, but I found that my Tablet coped very well on its own. In the Piano Bar, I could use my laptop with either Allsun or Magic Life. The Allsun signal appears as ‘WifiZone’ (Not ‘WiFiZone Esquinzo’, which is yet another signal you might pickup). A friend found that although his tablet could see the WiFiZone signal from the Piano Bar, he got authentication errors when trying to connect & sign-up. He solved this by walking closer to the Allsun Hotel (It’s on the outside of the roundabout, which has now become the location of the Mercadona). If you sign-up online with Paypal (or whatever) you get sent an Id & password to both an email address and a mobile number (the latter should be entered with a ‘0044’ prefix – not ‘+44’ format). I’ve just read today that the Magic Life will be providing free WiFi from the summer. It will be interesting to see what impact that has on the FP’s service. Shame the FP doesn’t have music in the Piano Bar every night. If I want to use the internet, I like sitting in the Piano Bar listening to music at the same time - whilst increasing the bar’s takings. Earlier Update: I’m now coming to the end of Week 3 of 4 and I’m still very happy at the FP. NB: Had to withdraw my earlier review, and then resubmit, so that I could add an update. Sorry my comments are lengthy, but I’ve included headings, so just skip to items of interest. Food: As a meat eater and soup lover, I can confirm that I’ve been very pleased with the food each night at the FP. Some nights, many of the foods follow a theme. One particular highlight for me was ‘Mexican’ night. The bean soup, ribs, and chilli were superb (IMO). I’m looking forward to it coming around again. Wine is expensive, but I’m stretching my bottles out by taking them away and then bringing them back the next night. If the wine was cheaper, I’d drink more and wouldn’t have the hassle of baby-sitting my bottle overnight. Entertainment: Not good overall. The number of ‘turns’ that don’t just mime to something seems to reduce each year. I’m not big on tribute bands either normally, but I did enjoy the ‘Bee Gees’ as the got people dancing and it was liveliest night I’ve seen so far. I also enjoyed the Argentina Passion night too (twice). Sadly the Piano Bar is dead most nights. I’m writing this update in my room, if there had been something on in the Piano Bar, I would have surfed there (& increased the bar’s takings). One of my best nights in the Piano Bar was when the son of a British guest seized the opportunity and played an interesting selection of pieces on the piano. Well done that man! (Your mother was cute too!). Wifi: I’m pleased to say that I have a solution to the hotel’s expensive WiFi system. I’ve signed up with the Allsun hotel up the road. I was getting their signal whilst in the Piano Bar. I was able to sign up on line. In many places in the hotel, you get a strong signal from the Magic Life hotel on the other side of the valley. I noticed that Magic Life WiFi and AllSun WiFi were provided by the same company (but not the same as the FP). I wondered if, once you’d signed up with one, if you could also sign in to the other, with the same details. You can! I’m now enjoying WiFi in the Piano Bar and in my room, at a much better price. Come on FP, sort out your own WiFi! Improve the signal and reduce the price for longer stays!!!! Prices (as at 22/02/14) are as follows: FP: 1 day €6, 3 days €12, 1 week €19 Magic Life: 1 day €7, 3 days €15, 1 week €25, 2 week €35, 3 week €40, 1 month €45. A month is €45, not €40 as I incorrectly stated in my earlier review. All Sun Esquinzo Beach Hotel: 1 day €5, 7 days €15, 14 days €20. Work out the best deal for your own stay and usage. For me, it was the €20 for a fortnight with AllSun (& consequently Magic Life). German Platinum guests: Gradually, I’ve spotted more about this offer provided by the company FTI. They have their own dedicated areas in several places: Rooms - Two zones are G/Plat only, accessible by gate: Rooms beyond the Thomson room in the main building, and another block off to the left as you walk down hill. The gate there is bizarre as you can just step around it, rather than using your room key, as the grass is already worn. Restaurant - On entering the dining room, if you go left (into the old no-smoking area. It’s all no-smoking now of course – Thankfully!), then go left again (into an area I’ve rarely seen used before, then you have reached the G/Plat zone. G/Plat Reception: As I mentioned in my previous review, G/Plat guests have their own (albeit small) Reception desk, behind this, during the day, they have someone on duty in a little office behind the desk to help G/Plat guests. I chatted to the nice lady on duty one day. Seems FTI do accommodation only deals and they don’t charge crazy prices for long visits - like Thomson. I’m here for 4 weeks. Thomson’s BOGOF offer was “Stay for 4 weeks, pay for 10!” Yes, they wanted just over £5000 for a 4 week stay, but I was able to book 2 two-weeks stays for just over £2000. Watch out Thomson, I may be flight-only next year, after booking my room with FTI! Non G/Plat Rooms: As far as the normal rooms are concerned, I must say that I’m very pleased with mine. It’s cleaned to a high standard each day, and everything works fine. One morning I mentioned to reception that I had a bulb out in the bathroom. I then set off down hill for a late breakfast. I called at my room for a quick pee, as I left the room, I man with a bulb and step-ladder appeared. How’s that for service! Excellent! The shower gel and shampoo provided each day aren’t brilliant, but they are adequate. I generally put a couple to one side early in my holiday, as I have known the housekeeper to forget to top up my supply on the odd occasion. Actually I shower most nights down by the saunas after my sauna. The gel provided for the sauna showers is much nicer IMO, and there’s more elbow room. If you’ve not had a sauna naked before, and are nervous about trying it, go down after about 19:15 – odds are that you will have the place to yourself until 20:00, when they close. The room safe is expensive at €14 per week, and I do feel very safe at the hotel (Touchwood!), but it seems foolish not to use the safe when one is provided. It’s big enough to hold my 10” Tablet, but not my laptop. Only a museum would be interested in my laptop though! Flights: With Thomsons, as I was booking two holidays, I also had to pay twice for extra legroom and extra baggage. Realised now, what I should have done is just booked the extras for the first holiday and then gambled on booking the extras for the return trip in the resort. When I asked the other day, the prices were Extra Legroom €25, Extra Space €25. Extra baggage wasn’t an option then, but it was said that this was to be reintroduced with the arrival on online check-in. As this has now been introduced, I wonder if I will be able to use it for my return journey? Incidentally, if you are wondering what the difference is between ‘extra legroom’ and ‘extra space’ read the Thomson information carefully. There seemed to be a lot of confusion on the plane about the difference between the two. The staff seemed just as confused as the passengers. Some passengers were not getting what they expected. Thomson’s poor diagrammatic view of the plane when you chose your seat didn’t help, as it didn’t include any info about location of exits, etc. I hope you have found something of use in my update. Car Hire: This holiday, I’ve now used twice the company based in Reception: E. Soto S.L. The guy does speak English. At least the man I’ve dealt with on both occasions did. I got had a nice Suzuki Jeep with just over 10,000 miles on the clock. I’ve used this company before. One of the benefits is that on your last night, you can just hand your key over to Reception when you’ve done with your vehicle, you don’t need to visit Hire Company’s Rep next morning to hand the key over. The Soto Rep is there every morning from 8:30 ‘til 11:00 (10:30 on Sundays & Holidays). Mercadona: Signs have appeared in Morro Jable and Costa Calma indicating that they are aiming to open the new supermarket (just up the road) on the 6th March. Too late for me, but possibly in time for you. German companies ‘demanding’ better treatment for their guests? I was amused when I read this recent review comment. That will be ‘demanded’ (or should that be ‘negotiated’) better treatment, in the same way that Thomson negotiated special treatment for its guests: to have a special Platinum room for info, rather than a ringbinder in Reception, plus local return-journey check-in facilities, plus dedicated direct airport transfer coach. The last two of which have quietly been dropped over the years. Previous Report: I am in Week 1 of a 4 week stay at the FP. It’s a return visit – my visits are now into double figures. I was apprehensive about returning this time, as this is my first (half-board) visit since Thomson introduced the ‘all-inclusive’ option, and recent reviews seem to be mixed. I’m very relieved to say (especially as I’m committed to 4 weeks) that the hotel is as good as ever. For me, the location is perfect – the hotel is at the southern end of 3 or 4 hours walking of wonderful (clothes-optional) beaches. It’s not just the location though, the hotel is good too. It is a very pleasant place to stay, and I find all the staff (without exception) friendly and helpful. I can’t understand some of the negative comments I’ve read. Perhaps, the comments say more about the writers, than they do about the staff. People also comment that the food isn’t hot. I can’t disagree, but suspect that if the food was hotter, the same people would complain that the dishes had dried out from being kept too long under hot lights. I’m a late eater, and I’m pleased to say that you can go into dinner at 20:30 and still find the full range of dishes available (and no queue too!). I’m a ‘starter-man’ and I find that ‘soup-of-the-day’ (or stew-of –the-day as it is sometimes labelled) is always superb. As a late-eater, I’m also late to breakfast, so I always enjoy the late breakfast down at the restaurant at the bottom of the site. On the whole, I love the isolated location of the FP, but it will be nice when the nearby Mercadona supermarket (currently under-construction) is completed. I also still mourn the loss of the local (blue&yellow) bus service. When I first visited the FP, it was a hard 15 minute slog uphill to reach the coastal bus-service, but then a local twice-an-hour service was introduced. Sadly this (well used service) stopped nearly 2 years ago. The local council made a big thing of modifying the Morro Jable to Costa Calma service last Spring (2013), so that it came down the hill to a stop near the sister hotel (Jandia Princess) hotel next door. Unfortunately, this modification didn’t stay in force for long, so it’s back to climbing the hill again to reach the (old) main road, if you want to use the local bus services. Whilst I can afford a 4-week stay at the hotel, I refuse to pay taxi fares. What else do I like about the hotel? Well, I love the fact that it has a dedicated naturist area and 2 large saunas. I also love the fact that it is in the south of the island away from the large ‘British’ resorts. It’s perhaps a shame though that Thomsons don’t do more to warn prudish British tourists that the south of Fuerteventura might not be the best place for them. I’ve also read about some confusion about another ‘Platinum’ arrangement at the hotel. It seems that a German company has now instigated a ‘platinum’ class for its clients. The only change I’ve noticed so far though, is a new reception desk for German Platinum guests, opposite the normal reception desk (ie: where the old car-hire desk used to be). The rest of the hotel seems to be operating as normal - unlike the Jandia Princess next door. Had a wander around there last night. Seems to be very complicated now as to who gets to access which areas. Had a look around the JP's reduced naturist area, and found it slightly bizarre to reads signs warning that you must be clothed if you leave the naturist area and enter the sauna zone. One thing I don’t like about the FP hotel is the WiFi service. It’s expensive at €19 per week, and it is only available in the Reception area (or the Piano bar too, if you have a signal enhancer, like me). No deals available for longer stays too! I’m picking up a strong signal from both the Magic Life next door, and an AllSun hotel up the road. I might give them a try next week, as they are offering much better prices for longer stays: AllSun 14 days for €20, and Magic Life €40 for a month (though their signal seems a little temperamental). Returning guests – note that beach towels are now given out at the Mini-Club (Yep, they’ve moved again), so don't go wandering down to the old location. Hotel has now introduced vouchers for free towel swaps during your stay. That's an improvement, that will save me from refreshing mine in the bath. I'd better get on with enjoying the rest of my stay now. The weather is brilliant (09/02/14).More
Ivorbeen2, Telford, United Kingdom
Deserves its 5th Star Returned
Just returned from a weeks stay at the Fuerteventura Princess, 26/2/14 05/03/14 and we had a excellent stay. I thought I was staying in the next door Jandia Princess and even got off the coach and tried to book in, reading the reviews of that hotel I am glad I made a mistake. Excellent flight with Thomsons on a 757 left on time arrived early. Just over an hour coach ride and eventually arrived at the FP via the hotel JP next door. Check in was excellent and are cases were delivered to our room 5007, handy for the Coco Loco Bar and the over looking beach La Choza restaurant. The room was kept nice and clean we were ground floor but it was quiet. Cannot find any fault with the hotel except for the poorly heated food under the heated lights, nearly always warm to cold for all meals. You couldn't fault the wide range of food though, the fresh fish cooked in front of you was excellent Entertainment was fair, the Bee Gees group and three violin players. were very good the in house team tried hard but were not that good. We stayed AI and got our monies worth, I didn't see any two tier AI system with our German friends, you don't see any Germans staying at bad hotels. Return journey as good as coming out, nice modern airport with very cheap duty free shops. All in all a very good stay and I will return there next year same week. Thank you Fuerteventura Princess and all your staff for a very good holiday well done.More
Des C, St Helens
We spent a week here in February from the Wednesday before half term and found it very quiet we were expecting it to get busier from the Saturday with half term starting and it didn't. This is properly one of the quietist weeks we have ever had. The hotel is very well laid out with plenty of space, lots of seating and even more sunbeds you never had to worry about getting up early to reserve one. The food was varied in choice and always plenty to choose from. The chefs were always cooking things fresh and what was on the hot plates was always being refilled. I emailed the hotel before hand asking for a first floor or above room preferably somewhere quiet and we got just that, second floor on an end. We found the room very well laid out with plenty of storage. The beds were comfortable even if they were 2 singles pushed together. It was lovely having a bath as the weather wasn't very good and a nice soak in the bath warmed us up. The biggest complaint I would have with the hotel is the lack of English the waiting and bar staff spoke. Considering this hotel is classed as a Thomson platinum I thought it was very wrong if you asked the staff for anything they didn't have a clue what you were asking for . The best day of the week was visiting oasis park. It is one of the best animal parks I have ever visited. You were able to get up close and feed a lot of the animals. And the shows put on were very good. You buy your ticket from the rep and a free bus services collect you from the hotel everyday. Just be warned when you get you ticket of the rep he will tell you it takes 20 minutes to get there rubbish, we took over an hour you pick up at other hotels and when the bus is full it still goes to all the other hotel pick ups to tell them he is full and another bus is on the way !!!! The nearest town is a very nice 30 min walk along the beach. You will find all the usually duty free shops, bars and restaurants. More
Don't worry about the Germans
Thank you for the review Hipendula. I am going out again soon so was interested in your comments, most of which, from memory, I agree with. Just a few points...I think you were right to highlight the noisy rooms, this is definitely the Hotel's main weakness.The Platinum issue I think has confused a few. There's Thomson Platinum and the Hotel's Platinum, two completely different things. Although it does seem unfair that only Germans seem to be in on the Hotel Platinum I don't think the German's generally should put people off. The Germans are very well behaved, and remember, are also very fussy about their holidays, they wouldn't be there if it wasn't a good hotel. I'm not sure you can expect Thomson's to get things changed at the Hotel with so few holidaymakers staying there, but for me there's nothing wrong with the food anyway. One other thing, I don't think you witnessed nudists disturbing small children, but wrote it for effect. Apologies if I'm wrong.More
Excellent if you are German
The title seems so pointed but I speak as I find. Do correct me if I am wrong. We flew Thomson from Stansted on 12th Feb and had an excellent flight. Similarly the transfer was relatively smooth except that we had to leave late without some passengers who probably hired a car and did not advise Thomsons. Our Rep, Andrew spent a large part of the journey giving us the general details about the island, it's history and the places to see. On arrival at the hotel the registration was very easy as we had been given the documentation to complete on the coach. This is a good idea because it uses wasted travelling time and reduces queueing time on arrival. We were allocated a first floor room with a balcony which looked onto one of the pools and had a sea view. Unfortunately, on the very first night our sleep was interrupted and shortened by an inconsiderate neighbour who not only had the television too loud well past midnight but also coughed incessantly and to cap it all turned the TV on again at 6am and started coughing. That morning we asked for a change of rooms and were offered a choice of two. By 2pm we were finally in a quiet room which, whilst on the ground floor, still had good views and was very comfortable. The Hotel in general: This is a large hotel which at the time of our visit was probably only 25% full. There were hundreds of sunbeds, similar numbers of seating and tables both inside and out, plenty of bar seating, a main restaurant and a clifftop restaurant. What we did find strange was the hotel, whilst rated 4*+ and Platinum, also had a PLATINUM section which had its own reception, lounge, restaurant eating area, gated entry to the accomodation and, allegedly, an indoor pool and jacuzzi. This we were told was for the exclusive use of the 'German' customers who were holidaying with another company which had demanded special treatment for its customers. Note that the hotel operates Half Board, All Inclusive (AI) and PLATINUM all of which became very confusing because lunch was supposedly only for AI customers but customers were regularly seen eating there even without wristbands. Others had presumably purchased meal vouchers or something whilst gold wristbands were for AI and, I think, black for PLATINUM The Rooms: The hotel complex is largely made up of 3-storey blocks of accommodation. All, except the PLATINUM appear to be the same internally. Again it was noted that very few, if any, Brits were alocated the top floor. (Correct me if I am wrong). The rooms were clean and tidy but showing signs of general wear and tear. The Restaurants: Food was plentiful and the main courses were varied daily although grilled fish was available every day and I must say it was delicious. All of the vegetables, sausages, bacon, scrambled eggs etc were always tepid even at the 7.30 am breakfast start, lunchtime and 6pm dinner start. As AI customers we had access to bottles of wine at dinner, cocktails and spirits in the evening and wine, beer and cocktails throughout the day and evening. This was well worth the extra upgrade cost to AI. The Entertainment: This varied from night to night with visiting entertainers and the hotel team at different times. The theatre is massive with seating and tables for hundreds as well as table service. In general what we saw was excellent with an IL DIVO act, an adaptation of flamenco with hi-tec electronic stringed instruments as backup and a BeeGees tribute. The in-house team produced an excellent version of Les Mis which, although mimed was wonderfully enacted and presented. Unfortunately at about 10pm the shows ended and the 'disco' started. This was almost exclusively German music and the dance floor was regularly filled with four couples dancing whilst the rest left and presumably went to bed. We did once hear a Madonna track but that was about it. After the cold food it was the next most disappointing. The Staff: Nearly all of the staff were friendly, accommodating and knowledgeable-especially if we were friendly to them and tried to speak Spanish. The Grounds: The grounds were extensive and mainly grassed with a large number of palm-type trees. The Beach: Must be one of the best natural beaches in the whole of the Canaries. Accessed via a gate which required a key card to operate then down a ramp to the beach. Both ends of the beach have a rocky headland which help to shelter it. The beach is about 1/4 mile wide maybe a little more. The sand shelves very gradually and is therefore good for children. All must be aware that the rockycliff faces are habited by nudists who can appear at any time. The state of some of them can seriously disturb small children and those with a nervous disposition. The Pools: The pools covered a very large area and none were too deep. They even have walk-in ends which are ideal for children and non-swimmers. Plenty of room for access and sunbeds. Car Hire: We hired a car for a day at 39 euros at the hotel. The hire guy seemed only able to speak or understand Spanish or German and the brochure was in Spanish and German so communication was in broken Spanish. We seemed to get the oldest car available. Maybe because being right hand drivers we are considered no good at driving left hand drive cars. The island is very barren in general with only a few areas worth visiting. Overall: Overall I have only given an average rating. Not because we did not enjoy the holiday at all, or of the hotel in general, but because of the clear fact that it is overtly German with a smattering of Dutch. Holidaymakers from the UK seem to be second class citizens not in treatment directly by the staff but in the whole way the hotel is managed. I had contacted Thomson directly some months ago long after having booked the holiday because of the poor reports starting to appear on Tripadvisor regarding the standard of the food in particular. Whilst Thomson had promised to contact the hotel to make ammends nothing seems to have transpired so this is a big issue for the hotel. If the trend for segregation to SPECIAL PLATINUM continues it will put another upper layer in the pricing structure. Apologies to readers if this has gone on too long.More
hlpendula, Wisbech, UK
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