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  • pre and post July 9, 2018 tour

    #5 Posted : Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:55:00 AM

     

    Hi Carol -- First, I am on board to go to Suzdal on July 22. Second, I have emailed Daniel per your kind invitation for the 1/2 day tour on July 9. I am waiting for details, cost etc. I look forward to meeting you as well


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  • VIP Central Park Tours: Ride Back To Vintage Era

    #1 Posted : Wednesday, April 25, 2018 1:31:36 AM

     

    New York City is the biggest and greatest city in the world and it’s quite famous for its modern culture. Every fragment of the city is associated with the history and leads in some of the other ways. The major thing that showcases the bygone era of the early 1900s and before that is horse carriages as at that time new Yorkers used horse-drawn carriages for transportation. It is surely a unique way to experience the beauty and historical legacy of places such as Central Park. Since there is no more use of horse-drawn carriages in this modern era of machines but still, nothing can beat a romantic date in a carriage inside the central park. Central Park Carriage rides are the best way to experience the amazing beauty and the diverse tranquil places offered by the Central Park. VIP Central Park Tours are one such best tour providers in the New York who provides customized rides for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, proposals and many other special occasions. Their carriage tours cover a lot of places in and around the central park such as the Ice Skating Rink, The Carousel, Strawberry Field, Cherry Hill Plaza, The Dairy, Bethesda Fountain and Terrace, Tavern on the Green and Sheep’s Meadow etc. They provide both the short time and long time carriage tours according to the engagement of their clients. Now, for the couples who are planning for a date, NYC carriage rides are one absolute way to create a lasting impression. VIP Central Park Tours live up to their name and VIP status and always throws in some extras. They happily assist in taking photos of you and your partner with ethereal backgrounds and scenery, and that too free of charge. They are one of the premier sightseeing and tour company in New York and offers a wide variety of tours and provides rentals to let you explore the major landmarks of the city and, of course, the Central Park. Their operators and tour guides are the most skilled and experienced professionals who are very personable in nature and offers tours in more than 5 languages. They have also marked the designated famous stops in their tours and they encourage their clients to make their tours memorable by getting some pictures clicked. Apart from these usual tours and rentals, they also cater for personal and commercial events such as weddings, promotional events, movie shootings etc. They have a long list of clients in corporate too who have availed their NYC horse carriage rides promotional services in their exclusive events. For more information, visit https://www.vipcentralparktours.com/


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  • Durnstein .... walking tour or bike along the Danube???

    #13 Posted : Tuesday, April 24, 2018 11:17:21 PM

     

    Wow, Joanie beat me to posting! Dürnstein is a VERY small town and there is not much to see. Both groups did most of the short walking tour, but those who biked had to leave before we entered the Augustinian Monastery and church. Though there are not as many churches on this tour as Classic Italy which has been is sometimes referred to as the "ABC" (another beautiful church) tour, you will see plenty, most are larger and/or more ornate than the one in Dürnstein. My wife biked with Joanie in Dürnstein and loved it as well. I did the walking tour of the town/church, walked/climbed up to the ruins, then attended the wine tasting. I enjoyed my day as well- of course, I never met a ruin or castle I didn't like. Also, on Day 4, I had done the long, 43 km, bike ride from Engelhartzsell to Aschach, so I already had my biking-along-the-Danube fix. Gillian, one of our TD's, and me at the castle ruin. Only about 6 people climbed to the ruin. On his way back from the Crusades, Richard the Lionhearted was supposedly imprisoned and held for ransom here.


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When I discovered that there are tour operators who will take you to Antarctica, I immediately decided I wanted to go. It seemed the closest to interplanetary travel that I would be able to experience in my lifetime.

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The key to ensuring your family has a wonderful holiday? Make sure the kids do.  And the first step towards planning a happy family holiday is to get the family involved.  Older children, especially pre-teens, appreciate being asked and even helping research aspects of the trip. 

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