Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Show of Hands Please

Who has flown Ryanair and would happily do it again?

Who has flown Ryanair and would gladly pay double to avoid ever using this discount carrier ever again, Amen?

Who likes a little peanut butter on their Toblerone? Careful... trick question.


allaroundhorses said...

Haha, I love the name of your blog and just had to check it out!

judy in ky said...

Nope, no experience with Ryanair here. Is it supposed to be awful? I flew Delta to Ireland, and it wasn't bad. I liked Olympic when I flew to Greece. Surprisingly, they had good food but the airport in Athens was a little scary... there didn't seem to be much security (but that was a few years ago). The best security, not surprisingly, was on El Al to Israel. They are amazing!

Natalie said...

Ryanair seems to be one of those "too good to be true" kind of bargains. If it works it could be awesome, but there is plenty if Internet anecdotal evidence that they are plenty capable of disappointing.
"All Around Horses" you have a cool blog name, and I hope you found enough to enjoy in Chickenblog to *gallop* over again real soon.

Andylynne said...

No expericnec with Raynair sorry. I'm not very well traveled outside the US. So no can help sorry :(
The peanut butter on the Toblerone mine has to be cruncy between the chocolate pieces. But in answer to you question I do.

lusks said...

I have flown Ryanair about 4 or 5 times. As long as you don't expect too much from them and have little or no lugguage they are fine. They fly out of Prestwick which is 10 minutes drive from us and go to lots of European cities, so if we fancy a weekend away or a trip to London it is relatively easy. Lately we have been going by rail as their prices have came down and it is a more lesuirely mode of travel.

Tracy said...

Sorry, personal experience with Ryanair. But I have heard and read disappointing tales of travelers using Ryanair...they are certainly no frills--LOL! Peanut butter on Toblerone...most definitely! :o) ((HUGS))