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April 03, 1981 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-03

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Friday, April 3, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Travel Unlimited presents N

DON'T GIVE UP .. .

THE MOST AFFORDABLE AIR/SEA
13 DAY TRANS-CANAL CRUISE
on the CUNARD PRINCESS

Decide to visit ISRAEL-
this year • •

Special Group Rates
for Israel

MAY 23 to JUNE 5 1981

Ports:
SAN JUAN
SANTO DOMINGO
CARTAGENA
PANAMA CANAL
BALBOA
ACAPULCO
PUERTO VALLARTA
LOS ANGELES

We have a tour to fit your budget.

See MASADA Mini TV Series
starting April 5 on Ch. 7.

Cunard Princess — Registered in the Bahamas

A Fantastic Voyage .

The Cunard Princess — A floating
resort, created specially for today's
kind of traveler.

You'll feast on sumptuous cuisine.
Select from along the world's
greatest wines. Be pampered by an
ever-attentive crew.

There's a beautiful restaurant with
panoramic sea views where 4 meals
are served daily. Or you may elect to
dine "al fresco" for breakfast or
lunch at our popular outdoor cafe.
She also boasts acres Of open desk
areas with a well appointed Lido,
swimming pool, sauna, paddle ten-
nis court, golf driving ranges and
even miniature golf.

And at night she's a great
entertainer with a casino, piano bar,
disco, cinema, night club, cabaret
and much, much more. You can do
as much or as little as you like.

And all staterooms are air-
conditioned, with wall-to-wall carpet-
ing, radio and telephone.

The inaugural Cunard Princess
Trans-Canal Cruise in 1980 was a
complete sell-out. In Spring 1981,
Cunard Princess will embark on her
second transit of the Panama Canal
to California. The cruise starts in
San Juan and continues for 13 sun-
filled days.

Itinerary

Flight to San Juan.

San Juan, Sat., May 23. At 7 P.M., Cunard
Princess sets sail on her fantastic voyage thru
Panama Canal.
Santo Domingo, Sun., May 24. In the capital
of the Dominican Republic you can visit the
Tomb of Columbus in the 400-year-old
Cathedral of Santa Maria La Menor. Also
explore the famous Alcazar Palace, as did
Columbus, Pizarro, Cortez, Balboa and
Ponce de Leon.
Mon., May 25. At Sea. Time to get better
acquainted with this exciting new ship.
Cartagena, Tues., May 26. This Columbian
city is known as the "Emerald Capital of the
World." Roam thru 400-year-old plaza, cas-
tles and markets on cobbled streets.
Transit the Panama Canal Wed., May 27.
Thru the locks, lakes and narrow channels of
the world's greatest engineering feat. An un-
forgettable experience.

THE CANYONLANDS

Los Angeles, Palm Springs, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Jerome, Oak Creek Canyon,
Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Las Vegas
plus San Francisco option.

11 DAYS

rki

Departure Dates:

April
May
June
July
Aug.
Sept.
Oct.

16,24
8, 15, 22, 29
5,12, 19, 26
3,10, 17, 24, 31
7, 14, 21, 28
4,11, 18, 25
2, 16, 23

SAN FRAN

01.

LAS VE

LOS ANGELES -F

Palm springs

Balboa_ (Panama City), Wed., May 27.

After her exciting daylight transit of historic
Panama Canal, Cunard Princess will dock at
Balboa. Ultra-modern buildings nestle among
Old World churches and Spanish forts.
Thurs., Fri., Sat. Three sun-drenched days
and party-filled nights at sea.
Acapulco, Sun., May 31. Acapulco has ev-
erything — beaches, golf, tennis, fishing, di-
vers plunge 100 feet from cliffs to the sea, jai
alai, and much more.

Mon., June 1. Relax and enjoy a day at sea.

Puerto Vallarta, Tues., June 2. Sunny Mexi-
can port with cobblestone streets and red-
tiled roofs, will entice you ashore to shop or
have lunch in one of its quaint cafes. Wed-
nesday and Thursday. At sea.
Los Angeles, Fri., June 5. If you have time,
visit Hollywood, Beverly Hills or Disneyland.
Flight to Detroit.

Round trip air via Scheduled airlines included.
Optional stay in San Juan or Los Angeles.

Call us for Special Group Rates
on the TRANS-CANAL CRUISE

MAY 23 to JUNE 5, 1981
(313) 424-8118

Ask for Judy or Gloria

TWA FEATURES

■ First Class hotels and rustic
Lodges as specified in the
Itinerary or similar. Rooms with
private bath or shower. State
and local taxes included.

III Full breakfasts daily except in
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Dinners in Scottsdale, Grand
Canyon, Page and Zion.

■ welcome cocktail party in

Los Angeles.
■ Spectacular dinner and show
at the Flamingo Hilton's "Razzle
Dazzle' revue in Las Vegas.
■ Touring by Ovate, luxury,
air - conditioned rnotoromh.
■ Hosted in Los Angeles and
San Francisco. Services of a
Tour Director elsewhere.

■ Porterage of one suitcase per
person at all hotels.

a Sightseeing as described in
itinerary with entrance fees.

a California Super Bonus Book
for valuable discounts at
selected restaurants and many
major attractions in Los
Angeles, San Francisco and
San Diego,

—1111 Las Vegas fun and games
discounts on meals, drinks,
snacks, entertainment, gaming,
car hire and horse riding.

■ TWA Getaway Vacation
flight bag and wallet.

'725

plus airfare

Prices are per
person, based
on double occu-
pancy for land
arrangements.

SAN FRANCISCO
OPTION:

3 Days/3 Nites
Add $170 P.P.

411\ Nimum ■

Call today

TRAVEL UNLIMITED, INC.

29129 GREENFIELD
SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48076

(313)424-8118



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