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  • Rhine River Map

    #4 Posted : Tuesday, June 27, 2017 8:20:59 PM

     

    Wallaroo said:

    Well, it appears none of the previous Rhine River Cruisers remembers if such a map was available or not. Guess I'll wait and see. Thanks for your response lovestravel. At least I now know that such a map exists. The question remains as to whether it's available on Tauck's boat.

    Just Google it- there are plenty of them online. Here is a link to a colorfully illustrated (vs true to scale road or navigational) map that is free to download, though, personally, I would prefer an accordion style map printed on heavy, durable, paper. The one at the link covers from Amsterdam to Bingen. It is illustrated with towns, castles, ferry crossings, bridges, etc. in their general locations with names. Similar ones are available for selected portions of the Rhine. Another thought- if you have a tablet, you might consider just downloading this map or one like it, and take your tablet with you. You might also be able to order river maps (or get one free) from one of the other river cruise lines- Viking, Avalon, Uniworld, etc.


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  • My "Best of Ireland" experience

    #11 Posted : Tuesday, June 27, 2017 5:30:35 PM

     

    Thank you AlanS for the shoe information! That's very helpful!


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  • Ireland -Scotland-London -09-15-2017-9-30/2017

    #6 Posted : Tuesday, June 27, 2017 5:29:37 PM

     

    Polydollymom said:

    Looking for suggestions venues for evening in Ireland, Scotland and London to not miss. Flying into Shannon a day early and hotel is in Ennis any Suggestions for day trips?

    Search the forum archives for your tour and any tour that visits any of the same places, e.g. Best of Ireland, A Week in Ireland, Treasures of British and Irish Isles, A Week in Scotland, Ireland & Great Britain, England, Scotland and Wales, etc. and you'll see plenty of suggestions. You can narrow your search to specific places and things to see and do, e.g 'eating' or 'dining in Ennis', 'pub crawls in London', a visit to 'Bunratty Castle' or 'Medieval Banquet, Bunratty.' Bunratty is near Ennis. Here is a link to just one of my posts about Bunratty: https://www.tauck.com/yaf/default.aspx?g=posts&m=38126#post38126 A search of the forums on 'Burnatty' returns 6 pages of results which are listed newest to oldest. You can search on any terms you like, e.g. 'early arrival' 'free time activities' 'side trips,' 'dining,' etc. While I will often will do searches, I always read the entire forum archive for the trip we are taking and often the archives for other trips visiting the same area.


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No other place could possibly loom larger in my imagination. London is many worlds, layers upon layers, constructed over millennia. From its founding by the Romans as Londinium, London was never just an English city, but was a much larger entity that spread far beyond. It was the center of the largest empire in the world, and though it dismantled i...

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I have been forever spoiled. If I ever go back to France to explore Provence, it will have to be this way. It's all Tauck's "fault": The travel company ferried me along the Rhone River for my first experience (starting in Paris) in this French region, giving me such a unique taste of luxury, fun and adventure that I cannot imagine a better way.

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