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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1967

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1967t

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BY AIR:
Tours Send Students
South for Winter Fun

By SHELLEY FAIGENBAUM c
If your usual trips just don't
send you flying like they used to,
why not get high on some of
these this winter. There are many
great opportunities to travel and
soak up sun at low student rates.
Grand Bahama '
One of the most exciting is a;
holiday in Freeport, the Grand,
Bahama Island Two tours are
being offered this year through
the University. The first from
Dec.- 16-25 includes the Grand
Bahama Grand Prix 200 mile In-]
ternational Championship. The1
second, Dec. 25-Jan. 3 features1
a New Year's party. Both trips
are highlighted by skin-diving,;
and free transportation to all1
beaches.
There is easy access to "Pub on
the Mall" and "El Casino," two
plush and lively night spots.-
Accommodations are at the Free-
port Inn, the headquarters for
college students on the island. A
special feature of the inn is the
"Happy Hour." From 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. every night tourists can en-
joy an open bar and live band at
pool side; and their is no mini-
mum drinking age!
The complete tour is $199 (four
in a room), $217 (a triple) or
$244 (a double). All tours include
plane fare. Catch your plane from
Detroit and travel courtesy of
American Flyer's Airline Electra
non-stop. Reservations are lim-
ited, but for a $25 deposit your
seat is secured. Call Dick Rini at
764-0688 for more details.
Jamaica
If the Bahamas aren't what
you're looking for, why not hop
abroad a non-stop American
Flyer jet from Detroit and spend
your winter break in Kingston,
Jamaica. This dazzling tour fea-
tures eight nights at the deluxe
Sheraton Kingston Hotel. The in-
itial price of $273 includes round
trip tickets plus baggage handling
and tips. All students are wel-
comed by a "Rum Swizzle Party"
and invited to the "Gala Ball" at
the Sheraton. Two tours are -ar-
ranged from Dec. 18 to Dec. 26
and Dec. 26 to Jan. 3. For more
information call John Gunning
at 761-1907.
Another tour available this
winter break is to Mexico for 10
days, Dec 23-Jan. 2. Visit Taxco,
enjoy cocktail and Christmas par-
ties in Mexico City and a New!
Year's party in Acapulco. Round
trip jet airfare from Detroit to
Mexico City, transfers, baggage
handling and tips are included.
Hotel accommodations in each
Merry Christmas,
Happy Chanukah.
Peace.
Student Book Service

city and ground transportation to
Taxco and Acapulco are provided.
John Gunning at 761-1907 can
make reservations.
Puerto Rico
San Juan, Puerto Rico is still
another holiday tour available
during winter break. Spend nine
days and eight nights in superior
accommodations at the new San
Juan Darlington Hotel. Fly round
trip via Eastern Airlines whisper
jet to San Juan via Miami and
return via New York. The tour's
price, $270, includes all portage,
hotel tips, and taxes, and round
trip transfers from airport to ho-
tel. From Dec. 28 to Jan. 5, this
winter break holiday offers sun,
sand, and excitement. Contact
Bill Lompus at 764-0819 for res-
ervations.
All of these tours are a great
opportunity to travel'at student
rates, meet college students from
all over the U.S. and store up
warm memories for those cold
Ann Arbor winter days.I

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