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  • Dolomites May 2015 Tour Extra Day in Munich

    #2 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 1:19:25 PM

     

    We took the A&D tour last summer. It was fantastic. The A&D trip forum has a number of threads of things to do if you arrive early. The city has excellent surface trams and subways. The few on our tour who went enjoyed the BMW museum/HQ. We took a Segway tour with City Segway Tours, and had such a fantastic time we will probably do it again in Florence next year! Riding the Segway was fun and easy- we were 1st timers but became expert riders in 5 min. or less- but riding the Segway is not the focus, the city and its history are! You travel to sites around the city not visited on the Tauck tour. The Brit guide was fantastic- knowledgeable and funny. The groups are small (8 riders + guide) and Munich's wide sidewalks, bike lanes, and even the streets made navigating safe and easy. If you think you might be interested I would reserve now- Google them. That is me (before my diet) in the center with a GoPro mounted to the top of my helmet. Look, Ma, no hands!: I'm not sure this link to the video will work.


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  • Port vs Starboard on Amstrdam to Budapest Cruise

    #1 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:39:49 PM

     

    I wonder if those that have made the Amsterdam to Budapest River Cruise might comment on the benefit of being on the port or starboard side of the MS TREASURE as it heads south.


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  • French Esacapade June 13, 2015 Monte Carlo to Paris

    #2 Posted : Sunday, April 19, 2015 12:34:30 PM

     

    Once you've paid your final bill, you'll get your travel documents - a nicely spiral bound booklet with all your travel details - which will include an exact description of how to find the Tauck driver at your destination. If you make your own flight arrangements, make sure Tauck knows them. For wardrobe, look under "Packing Tips" and "Before You Go" tabs on your trips web page. Most nights it's fairly casual on the ship, thought most dressed up a bit on the first and last nights. We did the French Waterways last Jul. Most nights, men wore collared golf shirts and cotton slacks, women wore capris or casual summer skirts and tops. We also were surprised by some cool, rainy days and yet the tour 2 weeks before had such hot weather people didn't want to go on the tour. Pack for hot summer weather but bring a very light rain proof jacket (the kind that packs down to nothing) and sweaters/wraps for enjoying the top deck in the evening. I see your tour also includes the dinner at Fouquets. Most men wore jackets and/or ties and the ladies were split about 50/50 in dresses or nice slacks/top. Enjoy


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It hasn’t really soaked in yet, and perhaps never will. I can hardly believe that I actually sat in a room and had a conversation with Winston Churchill’s granddaughter. It’s as close as I could get to meeting Churchill himself, and something akin to having a conversation with Abraham Lincoln or Mark Twain.

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In the Netherlands, Belgium and France, 2015 will be marked by a series of cultural events and unique exhibitions to honor the 125th year since the death of Vincent van Gogh. As a Tauck traveler, you’ll have opportunities to experience one or more of them on one of our European river cruises, or perhaps during a pre- or post-stay. Below are s...

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