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Old 14-01-2013, 09:41
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I have a wee question that my tour operator can not seem to answer. Can a child - 18months old travel on a coach on my knee or are the laws different to in the UK?

Also and this may seem really stupid but do restaurants have highchairs? I can't remember seeing many the last time we were over - but at that time my oldest was 4 so it wasn't needed - this time travelling with an 18month old and not sure whether to buy a travel highchair or whether restaurants have these.

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Old 14-01-2013, 10:04
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Hi and welcome to the forum Pateran, i don't know what the law is regarding children travelling on coaches but you will find that restaurants do provide high chairs for little diners .
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In reference to sitting on the knee, there's some info on the Resorthoppa website - see 'Travelling with children'
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I'm not sure what the legal situation is, maybe the AA could help you out there?

If you're planning to get around with taxis you might think about bringing a child seat along, as most taxis only provide a booster seat which wouldn't be suitable for a 18-month old.

There's plenty of children seats in the PP restaurants, but quite a few of them don't have straps.
You might want to bring a harness along (and remember to not leaving it on the restaurant chair ...) see sample here -
Mothercare Harness and Walking Rein- Robots

As an aside, if you're staying in an apartment and need to hire a high chair (or other baby goods) have a look at Multi Hire here -
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Old 14-01-2013, 16:53
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Thanks so much for your replies. I will be bring the harness for walking anyway so good to know I need that. I have been in touch with AA about the legal travel arrangements.

I have no intention of using taxi we tend to walk every and don't go very far on holiday so all is good there.
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