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Summer Love!

Grab your love beads, dust off your caftan, and paint a peace sign on your cheek, you’re heading to San Fran baby, yeah! Okay, so actually, you can forget all that, because one of America’s most iconic destinations left its "Summer of Love" reputation behind a long time ago, and is now a 21st-century hot-spot for trendy travelers. It’s still rebellious, but it does it digitally. And it’s turning into one of the best foodie paradises on the West Coast, too.  Our San Francisco package is designed to put you right in the middle of all this uniquely Californian lifestyle. It’s genuinely one of our favorite destinations in the world, and one visit is never enough. So hop onboard a streetcar named Desire, hold on tight, and let’s take a look at San Francisco in all its crazy glory.

San Francisco
$889.00 ~ Per Person

4 Nights/5 days Hyatt Fishermans Wharf
(Extra Nights Available)
Roundtrip Airfare & All Transfers
 4 Star Hotel

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This city puts the ‘u’ in unique!  With beautiful open spaces, a bridge that’s the envy of the world and charming harbor-side towns, The City by the Bay is a sight to behold. Union Square’s shopping, Alcatraz Island and a stunning Golden Gate Park make for an offbeat city that refuses to blend in!  There’s something for everyone at Fisherman’s Wharf! During the day, take advantage of unique attractions. Pose with a celebrity wax figure, catch a shark feeding, or jump into a 3D interactive film. At night, stay entertained with live music, theater, dancing, comedy clubs and much more.

“You could live in San Francisco a month and ask no greater entertainment than walking through it,” wrote Inez Hayes author of The Californiacs. In contrast to many modern cities in America, San Francisco is as much a city for discovering on foot as London or Paris. Armed with a good map and strong legs, you could enjoy much of the city in a day, but the best way to get to know San Francisco is to dawdle.

Lombard Street

The enormous tech industry just up the highway in Silicon Valley has provided San Francisco with a new generation of pioneers, trailblazers, and visionaries. That means there’s an explosion of cool bars, trendy restaurants, and boutique hotels popping up left, right and center, making San Francisco one of the best spots to stay in northern California. You’re right in the middle of wine country, and you’ve got iconic landmarks like the Golden Gate bridge, the wonderfully wiggly Lombard Street (complete with no less than eight hairpin bends), and the imposing Alcatraz Island to explore.

The Yard

The Yard at Mission Rock is a pop-up village constructed from re-purposed shipping containers that house local food and drink establishments, pop-up shops, public open space, cultural programming, and events, open 7 days per week, year round.  A glowing “campfire,” one of four fire pits in "The Yard", turns out to be discarded computer parts arranged to create a metal sculpture. An oversize ventilation pipe becomes a platform for “tube ping-pong.” Is that giant red tower a periscope? Why, yes, it is, and it affords a view of San Francisco Bay beyond the hotel’s four-story facade. In a game room off the Yard, you can play ping pong, pool, and table shuffleboard.  Don't miss this crazy attraction!

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Ready to soak up all the classic sites, smells, and scenes of Fisherman’s Wharf?  Then the Three Diamond,  Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf has everything for you!  Always wanted to tour Alcatraz?  Laugh with the barking sea lions at Pier 39?  Revel in the famous chocolate, Dungeness crab or San Francisco sourdough bread? As a guest at the Hyatt at Fisherman’s Wharf, it’s all just steps away. 

Make yourself at home in one of the 316 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators, coffee maker, iPod docking station, 32-inch LCD flat-screen television, and robes, and it also features complimentary wireless Internet access. This contemporary hotel meets the needs of the active guests with a 24-hour fitness center, a spa tub and an outdoor pool, open year-round.

The Hyatt Centric Fisherman's Wharf San Francisco features two unique dining experiences at The Wardroom and Brick & Beam. The Wardroom is your breakfast destination offering a daily buffet in addition to locally inspired creations. Brick & Beam serves a selection of fresh, locally sourced comfort food with sustainable seafood specialties. The Bristol Bar and Grill offers a sit-down breakfast or a buffet, as well as dinner and room service, while cocktails entice in the lounge.

Check out the sunning sea lions at Pier 39!

Known most widely as the "Paris of the West," San Francisco combines a European joie de vivre with the relaxed spirit of American individualism. At the top of Nob Hill, the InterContinental Mark Hopkins offers the most commanding view of this enchanting city. Situated minutes from the business districts and the city's most alluring attractions, the Mark Hopkins is regarded as one of the city's most prestigious addresses.

Perched on 43 hills “everybody’s favorite city” has the most diverse neighborhoods. Try North Beach settled by the Italians and still home to pasta restaurants and cappuccino bars. Try the "Stinking Rose" or "The Mona Lisa" Restaurants!  Or stumble upon beatnik and flower power haunts dating back to the 50s and 60s including Haight Ashbury, the spiritual home of 1967's 'Summer of Love'. Then there's the lively Mission District of San Francisco, favored by Latin Americans and Japan town with its sushi bars, Japanese baths, and karaoke lounges. And while in San Francisco, don't miss Chinatown, the largest outside Asia.

When your feet have had enough jump aboard a cable car to vibrant Fisherman’s Wharf and the true heart of the San Francisco, Union Square. Zigzag down Lombard Street, San Francisco’s craziest rollercoaster street. See the most unusual sight of San Francisco - wild sea lions living beside Pier 39 at Fisherman’s Wharf. Uncover charms both great and small. You won’t want to miss San Francisco's Golden Gate Park, The Palace of Fine Arts, a cable car ride over Nob Hill or views of the thundering Pacific from the cliffs of Lincoln Park. As I've said - San Francisco has it all…

And you wine buffs -Don't forget Napa Valley - located only one hour away! This valley is undulating with land rising with grape vines and wineries! It will bring to you, amazing natural features, providing the freshest air, and make you feel relaxed. There's horse riding, hiking or bike trails. It also includes golf activities, shopping dining, wine tasting, and festivities indoor and outdoor!

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Hawaii Is Like Pineapple Jam!

Kauai Art from Hawaii by Marionette Taboniar

You can't spread it without getting a little "Aloha Spirit" on you!  Hawaii, quite simply, is paradise.  From the lush rainforests and awe-inspiring volcanoes to pristine beaches, and a vacation in the islands can be as adventurous or as relaxed as you wish.  You can go from trekking in the jungle to sipping Mai Tai’s on the beach in the same afternoon!  On my special, I have you island hopping from two night on Honolulu, then a short flight to Kona (the BIG island) for 5 blissful nights and 6 exhilarating days! And a vacation in Hawaii is like the old Hawaiian proverb: "Live Your Life While The Sun Is Still Shining"!

2 Island Hawaiian Package
$1289.00 ~ Per Person
2 Nights - Hilton Hawaiian Village
Standard Room
5 Nights - Royal Kona
Partial Oceanview Room
Rental Car (Kona) - Unlimited Mileage
Roundtrip Airfare From Omaha
Inter-Island Flights

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If Oahu is the heart of Hawaii, then Honolulu is its racing pulse. In this cosmopolitan capital city, you’ll find everything from historic landmarks to fine dining to world-class shopping. Home to the majority of Oahu’s population, Honolulu stretches across the southeastern shores of the island, from Pearl Harbor to Makapuu Point, encompassing world-famous Waikiki Beach along the way.  While the Honolulu primps for any media attention, it also brims with summer’s delights. Mangoes and sweet summer fruit add splashy colors to the market stands. Pikake, puakenikeni, gardenia and tuberose grace beautiful lei stands, and Hawaiian music spills onto beaches from sunset-drenched oceanfront lounges.

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You'll find endless resort activities at this Hilton Hawaiian Village hotel. There's something for everyone, including five pools, outdoor luau, water sports, full-service spa, live shows and more at Hilton Hawaiian Village. The oceanfront Hilton Hawaiian Village, set in 22 tropically landscaped acres, is literally a resort in its own right and home to its own aquatic playground.  This place is huge!

The paradise pool which boasts Waikiki's longest waterslide and overlooks the five-acre lagoon also houses four slides, three waterfalls, and two heated spas. You'll be spoiled for choices at mealtimes, with 20 restaurants, bars, cafés, grills and coffee shops. And the nightly entertainment includes Hawaiian music, the Waikiki Starlight Luau® and the Friday night Rockin’ Hawaiian Rainbow Revue with a firework finale.

Set across five towers, each spacious room features a private balcony and sweeping views of either the resort or the ocean. All rooms are complete with large state-of-the-art high definition flat screen televisions offering premium channels, comfortable workstations, multiple outlets for electronic devices, and coffee makers with coffee service. Other amenities include a refrigerator, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, and AM/FM alarm clock radio with an MP3 connection.

It’s easy to picture Pele, the Volcano Goddess, showing her wrath – or mercy – on those she encounters. Yet the molten lava is just one of Hawaii's Big Island’s hot attractions – there are also cool shops in Kona, coffee plantation tours, excellent golf on the Kohala Coast, and the quaint town of Hilo, where you’ll feel as though you’ve gone back in time. As you explore Hawaii's Big Island, you'll find many spectacular contrasts...the mighty volcanoes Mauna Loa and Kilauea, lofty snow-clad Mauna Kea, the Kau Desert, gorgeous waterfalls, the Puna Fern Forest, and the colorful orchids of Hilo. The island grows sugar, coffee, cattle, and macadamia nuts. Famous Hawaiian landmarks: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kealakekua Bay, Kailua-Kona, Kawaihae, Parker Ranch, Waipio Valley.

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The Royal Kona is surrounded by 12 acres of tropical landscape, and just steps from the sea. Its laid-back ambiance ensures a relaxing stay with an oceanfront swimming pool and a private swimming lagoon to tempt you. There are also tennis courts for those who’ve remembered to pack their whites and a fitness center for keeping trim. A hot favorite is the Mai Tai Bar, not only serving 10 types of Mai Tai’s but set in a spectacular location, against the backdrop of Kailua Bay. The Breezeway Lounge is also idyllic, with sofas and armchairs strategically placed to offer full ocean views.

Grab yourself a seat, a Mai Tai (of course!) and admire dazzling sunsets night after night. At Don the Beachcomber, the dining is as sumptuous as the view, fusing Asian inspiration and European technique to create the most delightful of dishes. Not to be missed is the Lu’au — a feast of tropical delicacies, song, and dance celebrating the legends and lore of Polynesia, the dramatic Fire Dance finale is breathtaking!

Soak up the island vibe from the private lanai of your spacious and comfortable room or suite with garden, mountain or ocean views. Relax in one of the 436 smoke-free guest rooms. Looking for a night in? Grab a cold drink from your mini-fridge and kick back with complimentary international channels on your flatscreen TV, and Wi-Fi to make your stay here a home away from home.  Amenities include; Hair Dryer, Iron & Ironing Board, Coffee Maker with Complimentary Coffee, Air Conditioning, Daily Maid Service, Electronic Safe, Deluxe Bath Amenities, and On-Demand Movies ($).

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Visit Exotic - Thailand

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What is it about Thailand that makes it a major destination?  It could be the world famous mouth-watering cuisine, the exotic culture with its magnificent temples and palaces, the spectacular scenery which includes the multitude of pristine white sand beaches and turquoise seas, majestic mountains, fast flowing rivers winding their way through jungles or its long history and interesting archaeological sites all to be found in Thailand. Come explore this mysterious land - Thailand - which radiates a golden hue, from its glittering temples and tropical beaches through to the those comforting Thai smiles.

13 Day Escorted Tour
11 Nights Accommodations
4 nights Bangkok
1 night Ayutthaya
1 night Sukhothai
2 nights Chiang Rai
3 nights Chiang Mai
All Hotel Porterage, Fees, & Taxes
 Roundtrip Airfare & All Transfers
Intra-Flight Chiang Mai-Bangkok
18 meals:
11 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches
And 4 Dinners with Wine or Beer
Sightseeing per itinerary
Air-conditioned Motorcoach
Tour Manager
Entrance Fees (per itinerary)
Wireless Earphones For Tours

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In Bangkok, visit serene Wat Po,
(The astonishing Giant Reclining Buddha)
Visit Bang Pa-In Royal Palace
(Used as a summer palace by Siamese Royalty)
Marvel at Chai Wattanaram Temple
(One of Ayutthaya’s most impressive ruins)
Explore Historical Sukhothai
(Capital of the 1st Kingdom of Siam)
 House of Opium and Golden Triangle
Discover Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep Temple
(The most sacred temple in Northern Thailand)
Authentic Thai Dinner
(At Chiang Mai Private Home)

Wat Pho

Begin with an exciting tour of exotic Bangkok with a visit to the serene Wat Po, the oldest and largest temple in the city, with the astonishing giant Reclining Buddha. Wat Pho (the Temple of the Reclining Buddha), is located behind the splendid Temple of the Emerald Buddha. It's famed for its huge and majestic reclining Buddha measured 150 feet long and covered in gold leaf. Plus, enjoy a full day to explore independently or join the optional tour to see the Grand Palace & Emerald Buddha.

Chai Wattanaram Temple

Travel to Ayutthaya to take in the nature and peace of Chai Wattanaram Temple, then depart for Sukhothai. Venture to Chiang Rai and to the border town of Mae Sai, the northern-most point of Thailand, where there is an opportunity to cross into Myanmar. Embark on a short cruise along the banks of the Mekong to the small island of Don Sao in Laos, then return to Thailand, where you will visit the House of Opium and enjoy a locally prepared lunch in a farming village.

Stairway leading to Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep

In Chiang Mai, visit Sankampang Street, the center of handicrafts, for on-site demonstrations on how the silk, lacquer, silver, wood and bronze wares are made and enjoy a tour of Wat Phrathad Doi Suthep, Northern Thailand's most sacred temple, containing a holy relic of Lord Buddha. Lastly, travel back to Bangkok and enjoy the "City of Angels" independently.

The Grand Palace - Bangkok

Is This Trip Right for You?
This active program covers a good amount of ground each day. Expect from two to three hours walking on some touring days. The pace is moderate, however, you will encounter some uneven surfaces, stairs, steps, and significant slopes. Some tours require walking in the open air with no shade. A few early wake ups and some long drives from one city to another. You may depart independently, or with part of the group, at the end of your program.

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Hey! I think life is for living, not just working, mowing the lawn, or cleaning the house, or putting off vacation for another year, but for experiencing the world.  I put this 2 island package together for those that want to experience the real Hawaii. Try drinking Mai-Tais, Blue Hawaii's and feasting on tropical food, maybe taking hula lessons, and you know you'll want that favorite Hawaiian shirt for that! (or a grass skirt, if you dare…!)  You're sure to have a blast! Get ready for some great pu-pu's (hors-d'oeuvres), they are available at every happy hour with your drink of choice, on the island!

Hawaii 2 Island Package
$1649.00 ~ Per Person
5 Nights - Kaanapali Beach Resort
3 Nights - Hilo Grand Naniloa Resort

(Hawaii - the Big Island)
Roundtrip Airfare
Inter-island Transfers
Rental Car - Both Islands
(Unlimited Mileage)

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First stop - Maui! Prepare yourself for the premiere tropical vacation of a lifetime. Ahhhh..... Maui!  Brimming with waterfront resorts, incredible dining and exciting family activities, it almost seems impossible that the island could hold any more beauty and pleasure. When you first arrive on Maui, you'll see a sign in the airport informing visitors that Conde Nast Traveler voted Maui the best island in the world to visit. There you have it.

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With the breathtaking Pacific Ocean at our doorstep, Kaanapali Beach Hotel invites you to spend your vacation days basking in the warm Maui sun and golden Kaanapali sand. This beautiful, modest hotel, is set amongst amid palm trees and lush tropical gardens scented by plumeria, on 11 acres along Kaanapali Beach. You'll experience traditional Hawaiian touches such as quilt bedspreads and tropical furnishings.

Enjoy the best Tiki bar on the island right in your resort. There's a wide variety of free daily Hawaiian activities including hula lessons, lei making, lauhala weaving, cultural garden tours and more. Each evening, enjoy a complimentary hula show and Hawaiian entertainment under the stars at the Tiki Courtyard.

Right outside your hotel, you can see Black Rock, also known as Pu'u Keka'a, was once revered as a place where the spirits would leap from this world to the next. Today, Pu'u Keka'a is known for exceptional snorkeling with shallow, clear water, colorful reefs, and exotic sea creatures. Between November to May, humpback whales travel to the waters off of Kaanapali, making it a whale-watching destination.

Next Stop - The Big Island - Hawaii

Expect The Unexpected!!

It's not the breaths you take - but the moments that take your breath away.... And seeing Machu Picchu will do just that! Have you ever wanted to travel to an exciting destination that could take your breath away? Not everyone likes to go to the beach!  Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the New World, and you HAVE to see for yourself.. Have you ever dreamed of being able to afford a delectable meal at world class, 5-star restaurant?  Do you wish you could have enough money for the vacation of your dreams?  Well, Peru has ALL of these components and more!

7 Day Peru & Machu Picchu
$2749.00 ~ Per Person

Roundtrip Airfare & All Internal Flights
The Voyager Train to Machu Picchu
6 Nights Accommodations:

2 Nights - Lima
1 Night - Sacred Valley
1 Night  -Aguas Calientes (Machu Picchu)
2 Nights - Cuzco

September 27th, 2019

Special Features Included:
9 Meals: 6 Breakfasts, 3 Dinners
Sightseeing per itinerary in modern motor coach
Services of English-Speaking Tour Manager
ofEnglish-Speaking Local Guides
Entrance fees per itinerary
City Tour of Lima
Tour to Machu Picchu via The Voyager Train
Excursion to Pisac Village

Group & Family Packages Available Too!

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With archeological sites dating over 2,000 years old, 5 star (and affordable!!!!) restaurants, such as Astrid & Gaston, and many, many museums, old plazas, and architecture, what are you waiting for?  Food is reason alone to visit Peru, and in Lima, you can find variety and quality in almost every corner. Seafood in Peru is about the freshest you'll ever have, especially noticeable in ceviche (a tasty dish made up of fish and/or seafood marinated in lime juice and spices) as well as in many other dishes that experiment with a myriad of tastes and colors. Most of the ingredients that you will experience are indigenous to Peru and even if they are not, they are grown there. That is why Peruvian food has been recognized as one of the best in the world.

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The US Dollar almost triples in Peru, which means you have way more than you bargained for. Europe is fabulous, I cannot lie, but Peru will give you much, much more for your Benjamins ($$$). You will be amazed at the incredible variety of food found in all different corners of Peru (and different they are!), you can actually eat at a 5-star restaurant or at a simple Momma’s & Poppa’s style café and they will both be awesome AND affordable.  The architecture left by the Spaniards and other Europeans will definitely cause an impression and make you feel like you actually are in Europe (I’m not kidding!). If that is still not enough to impress you, what about a trip that will put you close to 9,000 ft above sea level, where you can almost touch the sky?


In Lima, explore the town Pisac Village, and bargain with vendors on the cobblestone streets of the Pisac handicraft market.  Magnificent museums, old churches, ancient ruins, shopping, music, adventures, and food are only a few of the reasons that you should consider when booking your trip to Peru. Do your research and you won’t be disappointed, take a leap of faith and discover Peru, the new, affordable alternative to fabulous Europe.


And Cuzco - Located at an altitude of over 11,000 feet in the heart of the Andes mountains, is the dynamic and historic city of Cusco Peru. Cusco, which is also spelled Cuzco, is the famed capital of the ancient Inca Empire, and it has served as a travelers’ mecca for 100"s of years. Though Cuzco Peru was the center of the Inca Empire for a relatively short time, relics and imprints from the great civilization remain to this day, melding into a modern world that seems unable to change the unique character of the city. When you visit Cusco, you feel as if you’ve been transported to another dimension of sorts. Perhaps that is partly due to the altitude’s effect on your body and mind!

And the Creme' de la creme'; Machu Picchu:  Machu Picchu is one of the 7 Wonders of the New World, and you HAVE to see for yourself why. Nothing that I can tell you could possibly describe the magnitude and majestic aura of this place.  If you were to sit down to make a list of the top tourist destinations in all the world, you would undoubtedly have to include Machu Picchu. The journey of a lifetime, a dream travel destination, one of the top archaeological sites on the planet. These are just a few of the possible ways to describe Machu Picchu Peru. Try as you might, you could never justify it in words, and as amazing as it looks in photographs, there is simply no match for seeing it in person.

Whatever your expectations for Machu Picchu Peru are, they are sure to be blown away when you finally get there, as nothing can truly prepare you for its intoxicating power. Set at around 8,000 feet in the Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu is a special place that demands your attention. Once it has you snared in its web of intrigue, you are pretty much helpless to fight it.  Treat yourself to an adventure, a once in a lifetime destination and become quite the envy of your peers.


Machu Picchu was probably built around the year 1450 AD, and it only thrived for approximately 100 years.  Since approximately 95% of the Incan population lived in and around the Andes Mountains, cities like Machu Picchu were generally reserved for those of a more rich and noble blood. The city probably saw around 500 citizens at its zenith, and while it still remains a mystery as to how and why it actual fell,  While the Spanish managed to capture and control the majority of Inca Empire settlements, including nearby Cusco, Machu Picchu's well-hidden location kept the Spanish from ever finding it. Had they found it when they arrived in the 1500's, Machu Picchu as we know it, probably would not exist. The impressive ruins might have been lost to the world, much as they were for hundreds of years.

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This moderately active trip covers a fair amount of ground each day. Expect from three to four hours walking every touring day. The pace is moderate, however, you will encounter some uneven surfaces, stairs, steps, and significant slopes.
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Birthplace Of The Ice Cream Cone?

St. Louis simply oozes classic Americana. Legend has it hot dogs, hamburgers and the ice cream cone** were introduced here. The city is the “Gateway to the West.” It’s home to Anheuser-Busch, the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Gateway Arch. The world’s first skyscraper, the Wainwright Building, was built in St. Louis. It's so steeped in American history and culture is, naturally, an excellent vacation destination! Best of all, seeing the city is as easy as apple pie! And I have a special that'll have you there doing just that!

St. Louis, Missouri

**Countless visitors attended the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904, and many marveled at their first sight of an ice cream cone. But just who invented it? The glory goes to Ernest Hamwi, an immigrant from Syria. He was selling thin, waffle-shaped cakes. Next to him was an ice cream stand, and the seller ran out of dishes. So, Hamwi quickly rolled one of his zalabias into the shape of a cone and gave it to the vendor. The wafer cone quickly cooled and as soon as the ice cream vendor plopped a scoop of ice cream into that first cone, the world was never the same. And there you have it!

St. Louis, Missouri
$539.00 ~ Per Person
4 Nights - Hyatt Regency Arch Hotel
Roundtrip Airfare
Rental Car - Unlimited Mileage

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St. Louis is jam-packed with sites and restaurants, bars, museums, zoo, and more! at prices that won’t drain your savings account – plus plenty of free activities. No, it’s not the seashore, but you’ll still enjoy the open air and sunny skies. St. Louis has the freest attractions of any American city besides Washington D.C. The St. Louis Zoo, the Missouri History Museum, the St. Louis Science Center and more — they’re all free! About half an hour from the city center by car, you can visit many interesting Fab N’ Free sights.

Located in the Missouri History Museum

Most of the museums around the city offer a free entrance for everyone. While the Saint Louis Art Museum is a favorite destination for those who love paintings, the Missouri History Museum, home to many ancient objects, is fantastic for sculpture lovers. If you are interested in different models of motorbikes, you can enjoy your time at the Motor Museum on Olive street.

St. Louis Cathedral Basilica, a Roman holy site built over a century ago, allures international you with its original and skillful sculptures on every wall and ceiling. A visit to the Gateway Arch is essential — although pictures of the astonishingly colossal monument don't do it justice! Plus, St. Louis has evolved into one of the country's most exciting restaurant destinations, so don't miss trying any of those fabulous restaurants you pass by.

Saint Louis Science Center provides over 700 scientific experiences free for every age, especially teenagers. Do not forget to drop by the one-of-a-kind Grow exhibition detailing the journey of our food from farm to fork. And at Laumeier Sculpture Park, spreading over 1.4 miles, you'll be able to breathe fresh air while enjoying over 80 contemporary sculptures shown outdoor.

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Discover Costa Rica

And what a discovery you will have!  Usually, travelers have to choose from among Costa Rica's beaches, volcanoes, and rain forests, but on this tour, you'll see it all!  From San Jose to La Fortuna, Guanacaste, and Manual Antonio, there is so much to see and do on this Costa Rica ecotourism package, and the cost is remarkable!

Costa Rica
$2079.00 ~ Per Person
9 day, Fully Escorted Tour
Departure May 3rd, 2019
8 Nights Accommodations
English Speaking Guide
Airconditioned Motorcoach
Roundtrip Airfare & All Transfers
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Daily
Gratuities & Porter Charges
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An eco-tourist's dream, Costa Rica has become synonymous with all an unspoiled tropical paradise can be. Rarely does reality measure up to the hype, but Costa Rica certainly comes close. The country's quiet history as a backwater free of colonial excesses has today become a boon, and Costa Rica has cashed in on its purity. And not without merit: blessed with beaches and biodiversity, this is a verdant land of misty volcanoes, roaring rivers, and lush jungles teeming with exotic fauna. Throw in the friendly, educated Ticos (as Costa Ricans are known) and you can see why they call it Pura Vida – "pure life."

All meals are included on your Costa Rica tour. Included meals for each tour are listed at the end of each day.  Full, buffet or deluxe continental breakfasts are included everywhere. Bottled water is provided free on the motorcoach and purified water is provided at the meals. Alcoholic beverages are not included unless specified.

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