40 Friday, April 12, 1985
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
SO, You WANT
TO TAKE A TRIP?
A mind-boggling assortment
of vacation choices awaits
the contemporary traveler.
BY NORMA WEITZ ZAGER
Special to The Jewish News
t was getting late and the•
Goldstein had been driving all
day. When they saw the big
neon sign, "Motel-TV," they
pulled into the driveway, regis-
tered, and were assigned to a cabin.
After they had undiessed, they noticed
for the first time there was no televi-
Indignantly, they called the man-
- ager. "How can we watch TV when
there's no set in here?"
"Did I say anything about a tele-
"Of course! It says so on your sign
"Oh that," replied the manager._
"That stands for 'tourists velcome.' "
Fortunately, travelers today
rarely encounter such surprises.
Many use travel agents who book
them on tours or group specials and
trips are often an "all-inclusive" deal.
. According to Terry Rotenberg, - of
Gemini Travel in West Bloomfield, a
package may not always mean a travel
"There may be a less expensive
way to go on a personalized and more
convenient basis," she said. It's alivays
wise to check things out first."
Different times of the year may
bring different travel bargains, ac-