• Worried about going solo

    #2 Posted : Friday, August 29, 2014 7:55:11 AM

     

    Traveling with tauck you will not encounter that issue. I have met very few non-Americans on all 11 tours I have taken. I have done many of them solo and have found people to hang out with on almost every one. That varies from trip to trip. The cruise I took solo I still email the mother and daughter that I ended up eating with every night. You just have to be out going and scope people out. Some trips I find another solo traveler to hang out with.


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  • New Mexico Land of Enchantment

    #6 Posted : Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:56:09 PM

     

    Have done one trip with Tauck and am scheduled for another in the fall. I live in NM and have visited all of the sites that you will see. The only thing I would add is be sure to bring a good hiking shoe especially for Bandelier. As you might expect with Tauck, your accommodations are first rate. I live only a mile or so from Tamaya and use their facilties and restaurants often. If you have dinner on your own while at Tamaya, don't forget about Prairie Star restaurant also on the grounds of the Santa Ana Pueblo. Eldorado has first rate food and El Monte has first class accommodations although the food is not great by Santa Fe standards. My three favorites in Santa Fe are Santa Cafe, Inn of the Anasazi and Geronimos. You should not be disappointed unless you need very formal service which is just not something you find in Santa Fe. Coyote Cafe can also be good but not as consistent as the other three. Hope you enjoy our Land of Enchantment.


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  • September 14 tour?

    #4 Posted : Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:42:52 PM

     

    You're welcome. My pleasure. I think, as you can probably tell, I love Barcelona so sharing was enjoyable for me.


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