If you didn't know already - we are flying direct to Chicago from the Peterborough Airport May 24th -27th, 2018 and we think you should join us! Chicago is a happening city - there is SO much to see and do. We are travelling there on Memorial Day weekend so there is even more going on than usual. For those who are already booked on our departure - in addition to the optional tours we are offering (https://goo.gl/kTyn1J) - these events/landmarks may be of interest to you. For those who have been on the fence about booking - maybe this will be the push you need! For more info about booking on our Chicago trip click here: https://goo.gl/wS9QxL , otherwise enjoy our list of suggestions! :) For tickets visit: http://www.mlb.com/cubs/tickets For tickets visit: http://www.slayer.net For details: https://goo.gl/eCHxjW This event is being held May 25 - 27th. More information can be found here: https://www.starevents.com/event/mole-de-mayo/ For details: https://goo.gl/zvSxwi For more show listings visit: https://goo.gl/8hNp1Q For details visit: http://navypier.org For more information about the golf courses in the area go here: http://www.cpdgolf.com For information about the cruise visit: https://goo.gl/RBHWgm Contact us for more details or to book.
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Written by Carolyn Neveu, Travel Consultant I was fortunate enough to experience the Danube Explorer itinerary, aboard the newly inaugurated Emerald Destiny recently travelling from Passau to Budapest. While I have travelled aboard cruise lines in the Caribbean, this was my first experience on a river cruise. I would like to share my experience with you. While the cities and towns visited were absolutely stunning, this post is to note what a river cruise experience is like, and to compare with a larger cruise line operation. These are of course my personal observations on the similarities and differences. I am sure there are more, but this is what stands out to me. In preparation for the cruise, we were sent a day by day itinerary showing us what the INCLUDED excursion was for each day we were in the various cities/towns. These were generally city walking tours with a local guide. One thing about Europeans, they absolutely love their history and are proud to tell you about it. I was amazed at the wealth of information each and every one has. In addition to the included excursions, optional ones were available as well. These were at a cost, but I would consider them reasonable for what you are getting. In comparison, on an ocean cruise – excursions are always extra, and are NOT included. More to follow on this in my second post. The documentation for the cruise includes a detailed itinerary, a map of the route, luggage tags (NOT paper, but actual tags), and a document portfolio. It zippers closed, which keeps all the necessary paperwork together and harder to lose. It has five separate pockets. It is a keepsake that can be [...]
Seem like a far fetched idea? It doesn’t have to be. Want to learn more? Watch the video below to see the recent Drive By with Michelle Ferreri and our company President, Scott Stewart. For additional information about our Peterborough Departures click here: Peterborough Departures Summary
Here at Carlson Wagonlit Travel/Stewart Tours we are passionate about travel! We eat, sleep, and breathe travel and will talk about it with anyone who will listen. While we all love travel, normally our favourite destinations and places to stay are as individual as we are. There is only one place we all agree on.......a place where we think everyone should visit at least once in their lives……New York City! We asked our agents to share with us their top picks for places to see and things to do when visiting the Big Apple. From their responses we have compiled this handy dandy list for your perusal. 1. Metropolitan Museum of Art – a.k.a. The Met The Met presents over 5,000 years of art spanning all cultures and time periods. The Met is huge but you will never see a collection like this anywhere else. Since the Museum opened its doors to the public in its current location in Central Park in 1880, its footprint has expanded to cover more than two million square feet. Because of its size you will need to plan your visit. Thankfully the Met has some great maps and tools on their website to help. 2. Times Square Times Square is one of the most popular commercial intersections in the world! More than a third of a million people pass through iconic Times Square NYC every day. It is know for its neon signs & giant billboards, along with Broadway Shows, great food, and entertainment. This is also where the New Years Eve ball drops every year (and most recently where Mariah Carey gave her ‘memorable’ New Year’s Eve performance). Times Square has been featured so much in television and [...]