Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 71
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August 10, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 71

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Luring Foreign Money BALLOUt SLEDGE fcraltors P.O. lex 28 PWt»H/7 KAOMXM »H/72e-2531 By John Brannon Albright (C) 1975 JV. Y. Time* Service NEW YORK - This may well be the best time ever to save money on travel within the United States -- provided you're not an American. Programs designed to attract foreign visitors to the Bicentennial are proliferating, and as a result of promotional fares, special hotel rates and automobile rental discounts the traveler from abroad enjoys transportation and accommodation bargains that are making Americans' green with envy in these red, white and blue times. One of the latest developments is the introduction for foreigners of. a flat fare for unlimited air travel in the United States: The plan, called the Bicentennial Visit U.S.A. fare, was initiated last month by American Airlines. Similar .plans were being readied last week by other domestic airlines. Here's how American's plan works: For a flat fare of $330 for adults and $230 for children aged 2. to 11, the foreign visitor can fly anywhere on American's system and to two destinations not served by American: Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. The unlimited-mileage ticket is good for 90 days from first use. No minimum time limit is imposed on the length of stays within the 90-day period, but only seven stop-overs are permitted. The fare; is scheduled to ex- pire.on Nov; 30,1976. To be eligible for the special fare, the traveler must live at least 100 miles beyond the border of the United States. The ticket can be purchased in the United States, provided; arrangements are made within the -first seven days of the visitor's arrival. A passport must be presented as evidence of eligibility for the fare. If the foreigners prefers to see the United States from ground level, he will find bargains in bus and Return Engagement The honeymoon resorts in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania are currently, sponsoring a "return engagement'Vcontest in which five couples who spent their honeymoon in the Pocpnos will be awarded an all-expenses-paid second honeymoon. ; . . : : .,' All the contestants have to do is provide the Pocono Mountains Vacation Bureau -with proof that they spent their first honeymoon in the area. To date, some 2,000 entries have been received and the ."proof " submitted by the contestants has ranged from honeymoon photographs and hotel bills to coat-hangers bearing the name of the hotel where the couple stayed. The final drawing will be made in September, the Vacation Bureau said, and all items submitted as proof of stay - including coat-hangers -- will be returned. Entries should be mailed to the Pocono Mountains Honeymoon center, Box D, 1004 Main Street, Stroudsburg, Pa. 18360. -/-, State Mtigazi OCEAN FtONT SEA DF MOTEL 2608 N. Ocean Blvd. Myrtle Beach, S.C.29577 Phone 803/448-7971 OKI YEAR ROW . . . Rooms i Effic., Private Balconies. Refrigerators dl units. Color Cable TV. Heated pool. GoK Priv. Ntar Shopping and Amusements. LOW Off SEASON RATES ORMOND BEACH FLORIDA I lUXUMOUT rUM6HB ftOOMS. BfKttKR AK »*!· MtNIS/COtOtJVAXUU MADS«VICt/0«ASSCOU«rfA«VJ I HEATED f«BH WATtt KXXitNCLOSH) AND SCTAUIt I CHUKKS riAYGIOUNO/AU AKONCXTONCD/KE PAX I INO/OIIECTIV ON THE OCEAN/OOlf. FISHING. MATING I NEAMY ... WBTE FOX NAUTWJL HOCHUK AND (ATES. ftiltmore TllB«OIIM4/677-2331 P.O. Boi5,irlt7S. Marie IN. ORMOND BEACH, FLOtlDA 32074 Beaches on Atlantic Coast offer holiday gaiety or just quiet relaxation. train travel, too. Both Greyhound and Continental Trailways offer a 15-day unlimited-mileage pass -which must be purchased outside the United States"- for $125. And, although no official announcement has been made, sources close to Amtrak expect the passenger rail corporation to unveil some sort of unlimited-mileage plan' later this month. Here are some other bargains available only \p foreign visitors: * Hiltonpass, a booklet of coupons good for special rates at any Hilton hotel in the United States. In all but seven of Hilton's 150 domestic hotels, rooms for one or two people holding, the coupons cost $23.50 a night. For three people in the same room the rate is $29.50. At the exceptions--the New York Hilton, the'Waldorf-Astoria, the Washington Hilton, the Severely Hills Hilton, the San Francisco Hilton, the Las Vegas Hilton, the Flamingo Hilton in Las Vegas and the Palmer House in Chicago -- the rates are $30 and $.37 a-night. The special rates represent a saving of about 25 per cent off regular Hilton rates. . Holiday Inns Visit U.S.A. coupons good for special rates at about 1,000 of the 1,500 Holiday Inns in the United States, The coupons, which must be obtained through- travel agents abroad, permit up to four foreign visitors to share a room without additional charge and at a discount off regular rates. * Hoteipass 75, a program offered by Trans World Airlines and several individual hotels and hotel chains, including all 20 Western International hotels in the United States: A Hotel pass entitles a holder to stay seven nights for the price of six in any one hotel. * National Car Rental's See the U. S. A. rate, which runs from $75 for a compact car for three days with 400 free miles to $115 for eight days with unlimited mileage and is available only to holders of foreign passports who have made reserva- "tibns prior to arrival in the United .States. In -addition, -foreign pass.. port holders who have a National, Tilden, or Europcar credit card are . offered a 20 percent discount off National's regular rates. Hertz and Avis discounts, which give a saving of 10 per cent off regular rates to holders of foreign passports. One bargain that no longer is available to foreign passport holders is free admission to any site in the National Park System. For three years, foreign visitors were exempt from entrance fees at the 68 sites in the system where admission is charged. Barbara and Smitty are devoted to your comfort! Relax! You're ot home in Crepe Myrtle. Barbara and Smitty, managers and owners, see to it personally. There's a bedroom or apartment for any size group, many with kitchens and dining areas. There's TV and air conditioning and electric refrigerators in all rooms. B*t» of all, it's inexpensive. Come visit us soon for hospitality you.won't forget for a long time. OKNYEM GRAND MOTEL V 1MN.Oc«mlM. NO*THHmmiU*CH,S.C.MSIJ _.0cean front, .modern rooms and apartments, air cond., Color TV, Room Music, large Pool, Private Patio, Daily Maid Service. GOtF PRIVILEGES. . Next to -Fishing Pier and Tennis Courts Phone 103/249-3444 P.O. BOX 706-1 Ocean Drive Sect. Tfc»Weltm,Ow»erltrv, 1 -Jlilit CLOSE TO BEACHES I For brxhure AND EVERYTHINg,, and rates write: PHONE 803-448-3938 MOTEL ROOMS AND APARTMENTS P.O. Box 983 / 401 7th A»e.,No. MYRTLE BEACH. S.C. 29677 WKCTLY ONTNf OCEAN! A FAMILY MOTIU E FREDRICK roc**. 2 Mraom Aptt., Wto- IDE 1 2 MM EffkJftt. NNMII3/44S4435 JuusilMiFW Clean, wide Beach! One of Cherry Grove's Fimf*! Nut BMT to feU* Pitt. firttUmi · MrCteMMi* OfKAN FRONT MOTEL Buckroe Beach, Va. Fishing ttan, --*, M »*". l-» KenPatRegers,On(fS to ItHmliMf, Write trCefe SANS SOUC1 MOTEL 312 Ren* BM. . ____ .-- AMPU «K PAKKIK Amusements Adults' Pool Children's Pool SHIP AHOT MOTEL P.O. Box 3216 CW 'Buckroe Brach. Va 1 .23664 ForKettmtioiiiCaa DIRECTLY ON THE OCEAN FRONT Ma 30 lu June 20 * %, dfv*£, DIRECTLY Oti THE OCEAN FRONT . EMERALD SHORES PRIVATE VERANDAS OVERLOOKING OCEAN · InroomcoHee · Refrigerotori in all ,,,,,:. · Air Conditioned deluxeroom* -·ii^--w!--· ·WaH-to-WaH carpeting · luxuriou* Ocean Front · CaMeTV BridalSaite · large heated pool ·GoH* Tennis Privileges · Credit cards honored · Free protected parking THREE BLOCKS FROM THE PAVIUON Write for illustrated folder and rate schedule 404 N. OCEAN BLVD. PHONE 803-448-3276 MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. 29577 _ I New in 1973, Deluxe Motel ' -.L . _ f · . 1 0 1 I rooms with refrigerators, 1 2 bedroom efficiencies fully : equipped, including Toasters, I Wall to Wall Carpet, Free I Cable Color TV, Air Cond. j Heat, Private Ceramic Tile I Baths with Tub and Shower, i Self-Dial Phones (Free Local · Calls), Self-service Elevator, ' Heated Pool Kiddie Pool, Pri- I vote Balconies on ocean front I units, connecting units availa- jble. Golf Privileges at 13 I Courses, Tennis privileges at i Myrtlewood, Near Shopping · Centers Nice Restaurants, ! Ample On-Th«-Premises Park- j ing, AAA Member, Washer- I ette. OCEAN FRONT tH. 1 dbl. b.di, 2 ptnM . . , $26 Day ........... $175 wk. OCEAN VIEW eff. 2 *l. be*. 2 ptnom $22 On ........ ...SJ54wk. OCEAN FSONI 5 bedroom tH., 3 dbl. bedl $36dor. ...... .....$245wk. June 21 i6Aujj,"23 : :; OCEAN FRONT eff. 2 dbl. beds, 2 pcnctts $32 day ............ $217 wlu OCEAN VIEW cH. 2 dW. t»d, 2 penoo) $27 dn ...... . ..... $182 wk. OCEAN FRONT 2 bedrooms eff. 3 dW. bids 4 persons $40 day.... $272 wk. Aug. 24 to Aug. 31 OCEANFROWeK.2dbl.b«fc2penaiT i S30diy... $280wk.i OCEANVI£Wtff.2dbl.l»A,2p«vx» . 1 $2Sdey $te7wk.| OCEAN FtlONT 2 bedroom ttf., 3 tM.bt* I 4 penen $38 day .... $258 wkl i Sept. I lo Sept. 20 | OCEANF«ONTtH.2dbl.bcdl,2p«iom I $16dar ....SlOSwk. OCEANVIEWif.2dbl.btdl,2 F «noni I $l3der $85wk.| OCEAN FRONT 2 bedroom tH, 3 dW.bf* | $148 wk. J I I I I I ADD $2.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PERSON PER DAT. HIGHER HOLIDATS WEEKENDS. CRIBS ROLLAWAYS AVAILABLE at $2.00 PER DAY. Coll 1-803-448-4345 ' DRAWER C170S South Ocean Blvd. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29577 Harry WBfooghby, Manager CHARLSTUNsWVM'S.W

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