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July 01, 1983 - Image 9

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-01

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_ THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Set sail on the MIS PEARL of SCANDINAVIA
for a fascinating 14-Day China Explorer Cruise.
From Hong Kong to Kobe, this 14-day voyage
takes you across the Strait of Korea, the Yellow
Sea, and the East China Sea with exciting port
calls en route. Included are visits to:

Itinerary

Friday, July 1, 1983

SHANGHAI - A progressive mixture of industry,
education, culture, gourmet dining, and bustling
port activity.
PEKING - Where centuries of civilizations await
you, including the Imperial Palaces of the For-
bidden City, the Great Peoples Hall, and the
3,700 mile long Great Wall of China.
KOBE - The gateway to traditional Japan,

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famous for its imperial palaces, temples and
shrines.
On board the WS PEARL you'll experience the
attentive service and full amenities of a ship
with the flavor and feel of a European resort.
It's the best of two worlds! and it's only available
to you on PEARL CRUISES.
For complete brochure and information;

Call TRAVEL UNLIMITED, INC. •
(313) 424-8118

Day 1. . . . Sat.
Day 2. . . . Sun.
Day 3. . . . Mon.. . .
Day 4. . . . Tues.
Day 5. . . . Wed.. . .
Day 6. . . . Thurs. .
Day 7. . . . Fri.
Day 8. . . . Sat.
Day 9. . . . Sun

Sail Hong Kong
At sea
At sea
Shanghai
Shanghai
At sea
Qingdao
Dalien
Tientsin
(for Peking)
Day 10 . . Mon..
Tientsin
(for Peking)
Day 11 . . . Tues.
Tientsin
(for Peking)
Day 12 . . . Wed.. . . At sea
Day 13 . . . Thurs. . Pusan
Day 14 . . . Fri.
Cruising Inland
Sea of Japan
Day 15 . . . Sat.
Arrival Kobe

Pearl Cruises

Registry: Bahamas

Alpine Holiday

September 20 to October 2, 1983

Norwegian Registry

Nassau/Bermuda

6-14, 1983

Day

Sat
Sun
Mon
Tues
Wed
Thurs
Fri
Sat
Sun

Your Trip Includes:
• Round trip flight on Sabena Air-
lines
• Land transportation via deluxe
motorcoach.
• Hotel accommodations for
entire tour.
• Breakfast and dinner daily
• Multi-lingual tour escort.
• All tips, taxes, gratuities.
• Porterage of luggage.

Arrive

Miami, Florida
At Sea
At Sea
Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton, Bermuda
At Sea
At Sea
Nassau, Bahamas
Miami, Florida

Depart

5:30 P.M.
Cruising to Bermuda
Cruising to Bermuda
8:00 A.M.
6:00 P.M.
Cruising to Bahamas
Cruising to Bahamas
8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M.
8:30 A.M.

Trip Includes:

• Personalized meet and assist
transfer program
• Wine nightly






TOUR PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:

Tour Brussels, Belgium's capitol city.
Scenic motor tour.
Tour Munich, visit Olympic Village.
Enjoy 5 days in Austrial Tyrol, one of the world's most beauti-
ful resort areas.
• Visit storybook city of Heidelburg.
• Relax and enjoy scenic cruise on Rhine River.

Complete PRICE
from DETROIT

TR AvEL UNLIMITED , iNc

All prices quoted are per person. double occupancy and subject to any currency fluctuations

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and any airlines. hotels or cruise lines increases, as well as availability of space We are not responsible for any typographical errors or error of omission.

GREENFIELD RD. (N. of 12 Mile) SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN 48076

HOURS:

DAILY-9:00 am. to 5:30 p.m.



CLOSED SAT and July 4

(313) 424-8118

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