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Take your Villa or Apartment Renting To The Next Level With Virtuoso

Taking the whole family on a beach vacation this summer? Want an apartment in the big city for a long weekend? Why, you’ll need to book an Airbnb rental for that, right? Sure, if you want to run the risk of being secretly filmed by your host, as one couple recently discovered was happening to them at a Longboat Key, Fla., rental. Or if you’re OK with the possibility that your host might cancel your booking at the last minute for no reason or because of your race, as occurred in February with a Big Bear, Calif., rental. Or if you don’t mind that the place you’re renting might not have the proper insurance, safety measures or even be legally available for short-term rentals.

Or, you could utilize the vast resources of the Virtuoso network and stay at a place that has been properly vetted, offers services such as housekeeping and lets you enjoy your experience instead of worrying about what’s actually waiting for you when you arrive and potentially dealing with issues that turn your vacation into a big hassle.

Virtuoso-preferred partners offer a vast array of accommodations around the world. In addition to many Virtuoso-preferred hotels having private villas and apartments, there are several companies who specialize in just this sort of thing. 

Villas of Distinction features properties all throughout the Caribbean, in several European countries, Hawaii, Colorado, Florida and so much more. You can filter the number of bedrooms you need, the type of experience and level of service you’re looking for, and special features such as beachfront or fully staffed until you’ve found the villa that is perfect for you and your crew.

Abercrombie & Kent doesn’t just do great tours, from magnificently crafted group and family journeys to completely customized private itineraries, the company also has alpine chalets and luxury villas from Andalucia to Umbria at the best addresses in Europe. So after you return from a day of breathtaking touring with your driver and guide, you can sit down to a gourmet meal prepared by a private chef. Sure beats rummaging through the fridge at an Airbnb.

Say you’re off to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, New York, Paris, London or Rome for a long weekend, a week or a longer stay. Instead of booking a hotel, you’d rather live like a local and have a larger living space with all the comforts of home. Onefinestay has a whole roster of apartments, condos and lofts in those cities, plus an ever-expanding list of global destinations. Onefinestay visits each home before renting it and has a guest services team ready 24/7 to assist guests. Good luck getting a hold of your Airbnb host at 3 a.m.

Ski season is upon us, and you might need help finding a place that checks off all the items on your wish list. Ski-in/ski-out, hot tub, whatever the request, Alpine Adventures has the rental for you, from Vail to Verbier, Crested Butte to Courchevel and just about anywhere else skis and snowboards tear lines.

There are so many more choices, from the villa collections of Virtuoso-preferred wholesalers Travel Impressions and Classic Vacations to the beautiful villas along Lake Como available through the all-everything Italy specialists at IC Bellagio. Now aren’t you glad you don’t have to worry about an Airbnb host dropping by without notice during your romantic dinner?

River Cruising on 5 Continents

As river cruises have exploded in popularity in recent years, more and more ships have hit the water and more companies have entered the market. It is also being marketed to all generations with special family themed departures for kids from 4 years on up and hip, new U-Cruise ships designed strictly for the millennials. It’s a great way to get around to several destinations on the same trip without having to figure out transportation and hauling luggage around. Plus, there are a lot of inclusions, from excursions to meals and even drinks in a lot of cases. Typically, when people think of river cruises, they think of Europe. There are certainly a lot of great itineraries there, but it’s important to note that Virtuoso-preferred lines are operating river cruises on five continents. All those options can be overwhelming, so let’s break it down.

Europe

This continent’s rivers are still by far the most heavily trafficked. No fewer than nine Virtuoso-preferred companies offer river cruises in Europe. Some itineraries are unique. For example, Uniworld is the only line with cruises on the Po River in Italy and is also launching cruises aimed specifically at millennials in 2018. Some are off the beaten path. French Country Waterways, Abercrombie & Kent and Belmond offer barge cruising in France. Viking has a Kiev to the Black Sea journey through Ukraine. Crystal is new to river cruising after many successful years on the ocean, and its river product rivals Uniworld’s in terms of most-inclusive. Both include gratuities and alcoholic drinks throughout the ship at all times. Ama Waterways is building another ship for its always-sold-out Douro itineraries in Portugal. Past travelers with Tauck can receive the Gift of Time, one complimentary hotel night on either end of cruise. It’s also putting loft spaces into lower-deck cabins so passengers can open their windows above the water line. Avalon Waterways’ Panorama suites are designed to maximize space, with uniquely shaped bathrooms and beds facing large windows so you can see the river as soon as you wake and have an open-air sitting area inside the cabin.

Most lines include excursions in each port plus beer and wine at meals. Several have optional excursions for an additional fee, and some even have bicycles onboard if you just want to go for a ride and take in the sights yourself. Among the most popular itineraries are Christmas Markets, Tulip Time in the Netherlands and Belgium, and Danube cruises between Prague and Budapest. Special interest sailings such as wine-themed and Jewish heritage abound.

Asia

Experience India from along the Ganges, China along the Yangtze, Myanmar along the Irrawady
or Vietnam and Cambodia along the Mekong and visit some of the most breathtaking sites in the
world. Uniworld’s 13-day India’s Golden Triangle & The Sacred Ganges itinerary visits bustling
New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur before a 7-night cruise starting and ending in Kolkata. Belmond and
Avalon’s Irrawady itineraries open up the “Golden Land” of Myanmar, from shimmering
pagodas to possible spottings of the rare Irrawady dolphin. Ama is adding itineraries on the
Ganges and Irrawady in the next few years. Viking’s three itineraries in China range from 14 to
19 days between Beijing and Shanghai. All three feature the beautiful Wu Gorge and Xi’an, and
the Roof of the World spends two days in Lhasa, Tibet. Uniworld’s three China itineraries range
from 11 to 18 days, one stopping in Tibet and another ending in Hong Kong. The Mekong is quite
popular thanks to such gems as Angkor Wat and Siem Reap. Ama, Avalon, Aqua Expeditions,
Viking and Uniworld all operate all the river.

Africa

Ama’s 28-passenger Zambezi Queen does four-night itineraries on the Chobe River brings the wildlife to you as you’re floating along a primary water source. The journeys built around the cruise include options for exploring Cape Town, going on safari, seeing Victoria Falls and a luxury train ride through Zimbabwe and South Africa. Uniworld and Viking each have 12-day Egypt journeys that begin and end in Cairo. The Nile cruises feature ancient temples in Luxor, the Aswan High Dam, the magnificent Temple of Ramses II at Abu Simbel and of course the Great Pyramids of Giza. Uniworld deploys the 82-passenger River Tosca along the Nile, while Viking uses the 148-guest ms Mayfair and its own 48-passenger Viking Ra.

North America

As its name implies, UnCruise Adventures does things a little differently. UnCruise goes places other lines don’t go, and its itineraries through the Pacific Northwest on the Columbia, Snake and Willamette rivers do not disappoint. On the 88-passenger S.S. Legacy, a replica of an 1898 coastal gold rush steamer, UnCruise has three themes: Legacy of Discovery, Rivers of Wine and Rivers of Adventure, all roundtrip from Portland. The Legacy of Discovery traces the path of Lewis and Clark, delving into the culture and history of the area. Rivers of Wine features winery tours and tastings in five American viticultural areas: Columbia Gorge, Walla Walla, Red Mountain, Columbia Valley and Willamette Valley. Rivers of Adventure offers white-water rafting on the Deschutes River and water sports in Palouse Falls State Park. Don’t worry, you get to drink wine and see Multnomah Falls on all three options.

South America

With capacities of 44 and 32 respectively, the Delfin III (Avalon) and Aria Amazon (Aqua Expeditions) take guests down the Peruvian Amazon in comfort. Aqua’s seven-night Expedition Cruise, four-night Explorer Cruise and three-night Discovery Cruise all start and end in Iquitos, with different itineraries depending on water level. The long you cruise the more opportunity there is for piranha fishing, jungle trekking and glimpsing pink dolphins. Avalon’s itineraries, ranging from 11 to 20 days spend four days on the river with journeys Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley, the Nazca Lines and even a second cruise in the Galapagos possible.

Our Top Fall Getaways

Kids are back in school, and though it’s technically a couple more weeks to the equinox, let’s face it: Summer is over. While you may be shunned from polite society for wearing white now, you can absolutely take advantage of the travel values shoulder season brings. With smaller crowds, nicer weather and lower prices, fall isn’t just for football and pumpkin spice everything. It’s a great time to take a trip. Here are a few places where you can maximize beauty and budget in the autumn.

New England & Canada

The changing leaves and charming towns are a sight to behold, and there are great cruise itineraries that make their way up the East Coast from New York or Boston to Montreal. The light this time of year really works wonders, especially as afternoon fades to evening. For a land-based getaway, Virtuoso-preferred properties such as Pitcher Inn in Warren. Vt., and Cliff House in Cape Neddick, Maine, are the kind of picturesque spots perfect for a long weekend of bringing hygge, the Scandinavian philosophy of getting cozy, to the States. In Western Canada, there is still time to catch the end of Rocky Mountaineer season with awe-inspiring train rides through the Rockies. Virtuoso-preferred Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise and Fairmont Banff Springs have fall retreats designed around mindfulness, meditation and yoga.

Western U.S.

 

The national parks out West have been packed all summer, but now is a great time to see animals scurrying to prepare for winter. Natural Habitat Adventures’ Hidden Yellowstone Wildlife Safari takes visitors in search of wolves, grizzlies and elk, just to name a few as they migrate to their winter homes or hunt their last meals before settling down for hibernation. Virtuoso-preferred Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole has a National Parks Explorer package available until late October. Virtuoso-preferred Sonnenalp Hotel in Vail, Colo., has a 40 percent special from mid-October to mid-November, and Alpine Adventures has a 25 percent off early bird promotion on stays of four or more nights at the Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe booked by Sept. 29.

Japan/China

 

We aren’t the only ones with gorgeous autumn leaves, and there are fall foliage cruises that take advantage. Windows to Japan offers a Japanese Garden Tour subtitled Aesthetics At Its Finest. After a couple days spent in a celebration of colors among Kyoto’s mountain gardens, you’ll surely agree that the name fits. Abercrombie & Kent’s Wings Over China fall tour takes guests on a journey from Beijing to Hong Kong with visits to the Great Wall, the terra cotta warriors of Xian, on a bamboo raft along the Li River and to the floating villages of the Tanka community.

Europe

With school back in session, there aren’t nearly as many Americans wandering about, and Europeans have finished with their August vacations. As a result, favorite European destinations are populated by actual locals going about their daily lives. Shoulder season is a wonderful time for authentic experiences without fighting your way through huge crowds in the heat of summer. Among the diverse destinations offering fall discounts are the Virtuoso-preferred Alpina Gstaad in Switzerland, Grace Santorini in Greece and Hotel d’Angleterre in Copenhagen, but there are savings to be had all across the continent.

Summer may be ending, but it’s not too late to capture that carefree feeling.

Rivers of Wine Cruise on the Columbia and Snake River

Space is filling fast – please do not delay contacting me if you would like to join us on this wonderful Wine Cruise. We have extended our exclusive $350 per cabin discount until May 31st!   
No passports required! This is Wine Cruising USA style on the beautiful Columbia and Snake Rivers tracing the footprints of Lewis & Clarke and visiting fabulous wineries in Oregon and Washington State!

The wine country in Oregon and Washington is situated on the same parallel as Burgundy and Bordeaux in France. The climate, soil and long growing season (April to October) make this part of the Northwest a great host for grape vines. The countryside is varied, ranging from the arid, golden hillsides of eastern Washington to the lush, moisture-rich slopes of Oregon. Winemaking there has surged in the last decade, with 850 wineries in Washington and nearly 700 in Oregon — many of them boutique operations producing award-winning wines. Oregon is known for its pinot noir and pinot gris while Washington is associated with big reds like cabernet sauvignon and syrah and whites such as riesling and chardonnay.
Won’t you join us for this fantastic voyage next October. Space is extremely limited on this small ship so please contact me as soon as possible to secure your cabin.

Unforgettable Events

Tauck
Tauck Events
 

What happens when you combine Tauck’s 87+ years of travel expertise
with once-in-a-lifetime, history-making experiences?

Unforgettable Events, Impossible to Replicate, Uniquely Tauck – Filling Fast

Imagine making it possible for you… to dine in an exclusive art-filled gallery in the Vatican Museums traditionally reserved for heads of state or church officials… or ring in the New Year with a gala dinner in the ballroom of a famous star-studded Hollywood hotel that annually hosts the glamorous Golden Globe Awards… or listen to a keynote address by The Civil War filmmaker Ken Burns during a cocktail reception and a private after-hours tour of the National Archives in Washington, DC…

You can do this and more by booking a Tauck Event where once-in-a-lifetime experiences make Tauck Events, including the Celebration of RosesRoman Holiday and The Civil War Event, one-of-a-kind anywhere in the world.

Unique travel experiences based in one destination and built around cultural, historical or sports-oriented themes, Tauck Events showcase what Tauck does best – offering authentic, theme-driven experiences that inspire learning and create an emotional connection with the topic and destination. Small group sightseeing tracks – featuring Tauck’s uncommon access to places and experiences you can’t have on your own, behind-the-scenes insights from noted experts, and personalized service by Tauck Directors – are highlighted with extraordinary gala evening events in places not privately accessible to the public – and virtually impossible to replicate.

Limited space is still available, but is filling fast. Book today!

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Celebration of Roses
Celebration of Roses,
featuring a gala New Years
Eve Party in Beverly Hills,
Grandstand Seats at the Rose
Parade and optional tickets to
the Rose Bowl

Dec 9, 2012 – Jan 2, 2013
4 nights, priced from $3790
per person, double

Roman Holiday
Roman Holiday,
highlighted by Taucks private
dinner in the Vatican Museums,
visits inside private palaces and
cocktails and dinner in Ancient
Rome at Cinecitt Studios

October 25 – 30, 2012
5 nights, priced from $4,990
per person, double

The Tauck Civil War Event
The Tauck Civil War Event,
featuring an evening with
Ken Burns at the National
Archives, and a lecture by
historian Harold Holzer at the
National Building Museum

October 14 – 18, 2012
4 nights, priced from $3,990
per person, double

CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE UNFORGETTABLE EVENTS OR ANY OTHER OF TAUCK’S AMAZING ADVENTURES.
Tauck World Discovery Tauck Small Ship Cruising Tauck Riverboat Cruising
Tauck Bridges Tauck Events Tauck Culturious

Seattle


Just back from Travel Weekly conference in lovely Seattle. After some great seminars and meetings with very interesting suppliers, I took time to visit the beautiful Fairmont Olympic Hotel (a Virtuoso preferred property which gives our clients special rates, VIP amenities, free breakfast, complimentary upgrades and more) . I then took the great little monorail to the Space Needle for fabulous views of Mt. Rainer, the Cascade Mountains, Olympic Peninsula and San Juan Islands – this city certainly is in a stunning location! At the foot of the Space Needle, the incredible Chihuly Garden and Glass Exhibit is a definite must see for all visitors to this beautiful city.

California Dreamin' on bike or on foot...

If you are looking for some activity on your next vacation, one of these biking or hiking programs will have you enjoying every minute and feeling fit! Call us for full itinerary details and more information…..

California Dreamin’
Big Sur Biking Trips NEW! Big Sur Coast: Monterey to Santa BarbaraSuspended above the Pacific and hugging the edge of the continent, this is one of the most spectacular routes in the state. And a ride that every cyclist should experience. From dramatic coast and majestic redwoods to historic missions and charming Carmel-by-the-Sea, a breathtaking adventure awaits.

Not to be missed: Bike famous 17 Mile Drive along “the greatest meeting of land and water in the world,” then test your legs on the cliff-clinging Cabrillo Highway past wind-torn cypresses.

Death Valley Trips Death Valley: California’s Mojave DesertThere’s no better way than biking and hiking with Backroads to experience the rich palette, surreal geography and many moods of this fascinating national park. Pedal across shimmering salt flats. Amble among rainbow-colored rock formations. Discover volcanic craters and giant sand dunes. Then capture the panorama—and maybe even a stunning desert sunset—from a red tail hawk’s perspective at dramatic Zabriskie Point.

Not to be missed: How low can you go? Descend to Badwater, the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere at 282 feet below sea level.

Yosemite trips Yosemite: Natural Wonders of the Sierra NevadaWelcome to 761,266 acres of “Wow!” Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls, the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees—the grandeur of Yosemite is almost overwhelming. Exploring actively with Backroads, you’ll appreciate the park from all perspectives. Soak up jaw-dropping vistas from Glacier Point, while savoring mountain air perfumed with ponderosa and cedar. Stroll among the largest sequoias in the park. And get cozy at the iconic Ahwahnee Hotel, a National Historic Landmark.

Not to be missed: Marvel at Grizzly Giant—no, it’s not a bear, but an awe-inspiring sequoia, some 2,000 years old with a base diameter of 30 feet!

Backroads Wine Country Biking trips Wine Country: Through Napa & Sonoma Vineyards, Redwoods & CoastSavor every drop of your visit to Wine Country as you cycle, sip and Shiatsu your way through the renowned valleys of Sonoma, Russian River, Alexander, Dry Creek and Napa. Just as there’s a vintage to suit every palate here, there’s a diversion for every interest: country roads perfect for biking, welcoming wineries, sensational cuisine, chic galleries and luxury spas.

Not to be missed: Find heaven at the Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, where you’re treated to the Roman Bathing Ritual—an exfoliating shower, warm bath, hot bath, herbal steam, sauna and rehydrating drinks.

Wine Country weekend biking trips Wine Country Weekend: Through Alexander & Dry Creek ValleysJoin us for the ultimate three-day wine country getaway. You’ll side-step the crowds and savor much of what makes this pocket of Northern California one of our favorite places: gorgeous vineyard vistas, quiet country roads, gourmet meals and elegant hotels. And connoisseurs and casual sippers alike will delight in uncovering some of the region’s premier wineries.

Not to be missed: If you love fine cuisine, you won’t want to miss our dinner at the Madrona Manor, whose chef has been awarded a coveted Michelin star!

California Wine Country Singles camping trips
NEW! 100+ Singles in California’s Wine CountryBe sure not to miss out on our exclusive one-time-only Bike, Camp & Fiesta trip coming up in California’s Wine Country from September 30 to October 5. Imagine having the time of your life biking, wine tasting, hiking, dancing, dining and laughing with 100+ like-minded singles. Best of all—thanks to the camaraderie that flows naturally on every Backroads adventure—you’re sure to leave the trip with new friends. So come join us and experience it for yourself!

Your Next Amazing Travel Adventure is Here!

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Trisha Iannazzi, CTC, MCC -Iannazzi Enterprises,an affiliate of
Largay Travel, Inc.
585-624-1285
travel@iedestinations.com
www.iedestinations.com


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Fares, schedules, Virtuoso exclusives, events and amenities are subject to availability and blackout dates and may change without notice. All offers may not be available in all markets. Unless otherwise stated, prices are in U.S. dollars, per person and based on double occupancy. Restrictions may apply. See your Virtuoso travel advisor for more details and applicable restrictions. Virtuoso is not responsible for any errors in pricing. The trademarks VIRTUOSO, the Globe Swirl Logo and SPECIALISTS IN THE ART OF TRAVEL are registered trademarks of Virtuoso, Ltd. Virtuoso, Ltd. has a U.S. copyright registration for the Globe Swirl Logo, ©2000. All rights reserved. Virtuoso CST#2069091-50 360010 02/12

Celebrate the Inaugural of a Queen

Great American Steamboat Company
Celebrate the inaugural of a Queen
7-night Voyage
Memphis to Cincinnati
Departs April 27, 2012
ITINERARY:
DAY 1:
Depart Memphis, TN
DAY 2:
Steamboating
DAY 3:
Steamboating
DAY 4:
Henderson, KY
DAY 5:
Steamboating
DAY 6:
Louisville, KY
DAY 7:
Madison, KY
DAY 8:
Arrive Cincinnati, OH
The whistle blows. The paddlewheel churns. The calliope plays. As the champagne flows, get ready for the celebration of a lifetime onboard the grand American Queen.

You are invited to join us and be one of the select few to experience our very special christening voyage. Together, we will be among the first lucky travelers to make history, on theAmerican Queen’s Inaugural Voyages which will be filled with many special surprises.

You will be treated as honored guests as you step aboard the most opulent and legendary riverboat ever built, the fabled Steamer American Queen. With luxurious staterooms, extraordinary dining overseen by famed American chef Regina Charboneau, superb showboat style entertainment, and an All-American crew, we think that you will agree that theAmerican Queen offers a river cruise experience like no other.

SPECIAL BENEFITS: 2 night luxury hotel stay in Historic Memphis,
Welcome Barbeque Dinner at Charles Vergo’s world-famous Rendezvous,
Gala Christening Ceremony and Inaugural Ball, Special Onboard Events
Hosted by Senior Executives, Commemorative Keepsake Gift
, Performances by the Harry James Orchestra INCLUDED ON ALL VOYAGES: Free one night luxury
hotel stay before your voyage
, Free shore excursions,
Complimentary wine and beer with dinner, free bottled water, soft drinks
and specialty coffees, cappuccino and espresso throughout your voyage and
much more!
Special Derby Day party at the Seelbach Hotel,
Gourmet cuisine by celebrated American, Chef Regina Charboneau,
The most opulent riverboat ever built,
The Best Value in All-American Vacations


WOULDN’T YOU RATHER BE STEAMBOATING? WHAT A GREAT VACATION AWAITS…CALL US FOR MORE DETAILS AND TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE…..585-624-1285

Sail From America’s Newest Homeports

Great American Steamboat Company
Home Port Advantage
A dream vacation has never been so convenient!
Home Port Advantage

 

A voyage through the heartland of American has never been so luxurious nor enriching and it’s never been more convenient either. With departures from iconic cities such as New Orleans, Memphis,

St. Louis, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh,

St Paul, Louisville, Chattanooga and Vicksburg, the grand American Queen is never more than a leisurely few-hours drive or train ride away.

We even offer convenient and affordable connecting luxury-motorcoach service between port cities and special rates on Hertz #1 Gold one-way rentals and Amtrak fares.

Your dream journey of a lifetime awaits – call us today for more details


A Sampling of Our Homeport Itineraries
NEW ORLEANS Roundtrip New Orleans
New Orleans April 13-19, 2012 6nts Southern Culture
May 22-29, 2012 7nts Springtime on the River
May 29-June 4, 2012 6nts Springtime on the River
June 4-9, 2012 5nts Southern Culture
June 9-16, 2012 7nts Springtime on the River
June 16-21, 2012 5nts Southern Culture
Nov. 19-25, 2012 6nts Thanksgiving
New Orleans- Memphis
April 19-21,2012 8nts Southern Culture
June 21-28, 2012 7nts Music of the ’50s
Nov. 25-Dec.2, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
Dec. 9-16, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
Dec. 21- 28, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
MEMPHIS Memphis – New Orleans
Memphis
May 15-22, 2012 7nts Springtime on the River
Dec. 2-9, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
Dec. 14-21, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
Dec. 28 – Jan. 4, 2013 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
Memphis – St. Louis
June 28 – July 5, 2012 7nts Fourth of July
Memphis – Cincinnati
Apr. 27 – May 4, 2012 7nts Belle Race
ST. LOUIS St. Louis – Louisville
St. Louis July 5 – 11, 2012 7nts Fourth of July
St. Louis – St. Paul
Sept. 14-21, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Sept. 28 – Oct. 5, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Oct. 12- 19, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Oct. 29 – Nov. 5, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
St. Louis – New Orleans
Nov. 12-19, 2012 7nts Old Fashioned Holidays
ST. PAUL Roundtrip St. Paul
St. Paul Oct. 19-22, 2012 3nts Fall Foliage
St. Paul – St. Louis
Sept 21-28, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Oct. 5 – 12, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Oct. 22 – 29, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
Nov. 5-12, 2012 7nts Fall Foliage
starting from $1695

Call us now to plan A Fabulous vacation on the American Queen – so close to home.