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  • Yellow Fever Vaccination?

    #3 Posted : Tuesday, July 17, 2018 9:12:28 AM

     

    I took this trip last year. At that time, because of the areas that the tour visited, the vaccine was not required; however, I decided to get it anyway. I figured it couldn't hurt and I might need it for future travels. That said, I agree with BKMD that you should check an official source for current policy.


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  • A failed trip down the Danube

    #19 Posted : Tuesday, July 17, 2018 2:35:31 AM

     

    Our first Small ship cruise ends today. We are veteran Tauck land customers. All the tour directors have been friendly and outstanding as usual, but of course you do interact with them way less than on a land tour. But they were constantly available if you needed them. We did learn that Tauck has hired 50 new Tauck tour directors this year because the company is expanding so rapidly. I would guess that they maybe start them off on the river cruises because to me they would be the easiest tours to put beginners on, plus, because there are usually four on each boat, they would be able to suppprt each other. We had three new hires ‘observing’ on this trip, they were all young. Be sure to fill in your comment cards and maybe any tour directors who have been sub standard will get more training or be dismissed. Or maybe the original posters are more deamanding than the average Tauck traveller. Any situation can be looked at from two sides. The directors do ‘score’ ius the traveller too.


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  • Small Groups

    #9 Posted : Monday, July 16, 2018 9:14:54 PM

     

    We did the Tuscany and the Cinque Terra trip in 2015. This is one of Tauck's Culturious trips (more active and immersive) and is only offered as a small group tour. We used a bus that was an extended Mercedes Sprinter van. It had three across seating (two on one side of the aisle, one on the other). I think this was used to get us into some areas that wouldn't be accessible to a larger bus.


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A listing of the world's largest museums puts the Louvre in Paris on top with 782,910 square feet of floor place. St. Petersburg’s Hermitage comes in a close second with 719,480 square feet. But if you make the comparison based on the number of art pieces in each collection, you get a different picture. The collection at the Louvre conta...

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Ever since I first saw pictures of Machu Picchu and heard about the mysterious ancient city I had a powerful urge to see it for myself. It took a while, but I finally made it, and the spectacular terraced mountaintop ruin was even more magnificent than the pictures. 

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