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Family travel

Canada One Travel invites you to attend our event highlighting family travel. Perhaps you have a special anniversary, birthday or family reunion you want to celebrate. What better way than share an incredible experience and create special memories. Join us and representatives from Trafalgar Tours, Thomas Cook Canada, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Sandals/Beaches from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday, May 15 at 1365 Pembina Hwy. RSVP to 287-8228 or mail@canada-one.com

Turkey

Please join The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce, Continental Travel Group and Trafalgar Tours on May 16 at 5:30 p.m. for an information evening on our escorted 9-day tour of Istanbul, Turkey, with optional extension to Cappadocia. The world-class cuisine, vibrant market places, architectural splendor and warm hospitality of the people make Turkey an irresistible holiday destination. Please RSVP to Erin at 944-3311 or estagg@winnipeg-chamber.com.

River cruises

Join Uniworld Boutique River Cruises sales manager John Lovell and Carlson Wagonlit Travel for an in-depth look at European and Vietnam River Cruises. Thursday May 17, 7 p.m., Caboto Centre, 1055 Wilkes Ave. RSVP to Lora at Carlson Wagonlit: 336-7245 or lbircham@carlsonwagonlit.com.

The Plains of Africa

Explore the pure scenic vistas and magnificent wildlife of Kenya. Collette Vacations and Marlin Travel Polo Park will host a presentation on this trip of a lifetime at 7 p.m., May 17 at Marlin Travel Polo Park. Please RSVP to rosa.bertone@marlintravel.ca or call 944-7870.

Fiji

Bask in this relaxing paradise with six nights in two different Fijian spa resorts. Cruise the azure South Pacific on a seven-day excursion aboard the luxuriously modern MV Mystique Princess, March 2-16, 2013.

CAA Travel invites you to join us at 7 p.m. May 23 at MainStay Suites,670 King Edward St., for an entertaining, informative evening to learn more about this one-of-kind island journey with Blue Lagoon Cruises. Reserve your spot by calling 262-6000 today!

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 5, 2012 D2

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