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This article was published 27/6/2014 (892 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Rolling on the rivers
Cruise Vacations on Portage Ave. is continuing to hold weekly in-store seminars comparing the five major river cruise lines with focus on European rivers. The cruise lines being compared include: Viking Cruises, Uniworld, AMA, Avalon and Scenic. It also introduces Tauck as an alternative to the major lines. These seminars will be held in July in their office at 1941 Portage Ave. every Thursday at 4 p.m. Please RSVP as seating is limited. Call 204-954-2095 or email email@example.com or you may register at www.cruise-vacations.ca
Cruise the Southern Caribbean
If you're in for a winter getaway Jan. 26- Feb. 6, 2015, Evelyn Sinclair of Canada One Travel along with cruise escorts Rob and Sharon Williams would like to invite you to a presentation featuring Royal Caribbean International's Legend of the Seas. Learn more about this newly renovated ship and the 11 night exotic southern Caribbean itinerary by joining us Thursday, July 3, at 7 p.m. at 1365 Pembina Hwy. Please RSVP to Evelyn at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-774-2000 or 1-888-324-1519.
Road less travelled
MIR Corporation is offering two unique August 2014 tours that take travellers through seldom-seen areas of Europe. Journey to Europe's Unknown makes stops in Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. Time slowed drastically in these areas following the devastation of the Second World War, but these beautiful countries are emerging from the shadows. On this 16-day trip travellers visit artists in Minsk and Kiev, share a meal with a Chisinau family and explore Milesti Mici Winery's Golden Collection. www.mircorp.com/trip/belarus-ukraine-moldova/
The Baltic Overland Adventure roves the countryside and urban centres of four distinct nations: the three independent Baltic countries - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania - and Kaliningrad, an exclave of Russia. They form a mosaic of countries ruled in early years by the traders of the Hanseatic League and later occupied by the Soviet Union at the end of the Second World War. The Baltic countries were the first to re-establish independence from the U.S.S.R. Visit Tallinn, Estonia's capital, with winding cobbled streets, red roofs and turreted fortress wall all on the UNESCO World Heritage List. See Curonian Spit, a strange and beautiful landscape of corrugated dunes, little villages and forests. Explore 14th century Trakai Castle, the Brick Gothic residence of the Lithuanian Grand Dukes. And more. http://www.mircorp.com/trip/kaliningrad-the-baltics/