The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on June 7, 1981 · 38
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · 38

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611 The Salt Lake Tribune Home Magazine, Sunday, June 7, 1981 V Travel notes See an eclipse in Russia A NEW YORK-BASED organizer of special-interest packages has joined other tour operators on arranging to take travelers to the Soviet Union and Finland to observe the July 31 total solar eclipse. The operator. World of Oz, has created a 13-night program called Siberian Solar Eclipse Expedition. Participants will leave New York on July 24 and return on Aug. 7. Besides staying in Bratsk, Siberia, tour members will also visit Moscow and Leningrad in the Soviet Union and Hameenlinna and Helsinki in Finland. Included in the $2,700 price of the package for one person in double occupancy are round-trip economy air fare from New York on Finnair, hotel accommodations based on sharing first-class rooms with bath within the Soviet Union and deluxe rooms with private bath in Finland and a meal plan. Within the Soviet Union, the meals will consist of breakfast, lunch and dinner along with after-dinner tea or coffee. In Finland, Finnish breakfast, one lunch and five dinners and special banquets are planned. Also included are sightseeing excursions and two theater tickets with a choice of ballet, opera or the circus. Further information is available from World of Oz, 3 East 54th Street, New York, N.Y. 10022 (212-751-3250 or 800-223-1306). OVER 250 INVITED GUESTS boarded the Circus Sky Shuttle for its inaugural runs (May 15) at Circus Circus HotelCasino, Las Vegas mid-Strip resort. The FLY FREE Acapulco 7-day Fall Fiesta Love Boat Cruises Why just watch the Love Boat TV show. Live it! To get you off to a flying start. Princess Cruises will fly you free to Acapulco, where a luxurious Love Boat is your hotel. Youll have 24 golden hours to explore Mexicos most famous resort city. Take in the night life, beaches, boutiques, jewelry shops. Then sail Sunday at sunset to 4 more enchanting ports. If you prefer, you can cruise from Los Angeles to Acapulco. Either way youll visit more ports than any other cruise line offers in 7 days. Whats more, youll enjoy award-winning cuisine, the pride of an incomparable Italian dining room staff. Unmatched GLosAngeies (a bo S an Lucas service. The finest entertainment afloat Dozens of shipboard activities. Plus all the Love Boat Special Features listed here. Third Person Free! And on these cruises you can bring along a friend or relative in your stateroom free when you sail on the Pacific Princess. All this person pays is air fare. Princess will credit you with the cost of an air ticket for these cruises to and from the ship. Credit based on lowest applicable air fare. Saturday Fly Free Cruises Pacific Princess Sept. 1826. Oct. 3, 10. 17.24.31 Nov. 7. 14. 21. Dec. 7, 13 Sun Princess Oct. 10. 17. 31. 8-mght cruise, departs Friday 6-mght cruise. Free happy hour each day at sea. Free champagne a bottle on us. Cheers! Gala Captain's Cocktail Parties! Love Boat Theme Night with a special dinner saluting the hit TV show Free folklorico show. Merry Mariachis. AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL SERVICE 175 South West Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 84101 (801) 328-9733 Jxiapa Acapulco Contact American Express soon for reservations or a colorful brochure. American! Havel I express Service j as Sales Agents event marked the first use of an automated transit system in this city. The system links major areas of the 1,610-room resort complex. Two cars, each with a capacity of 50 passengers, cross an elevated guideway between terminals at the northeast comer of Circus Circus HotelCasino Towers and the front of Circus Circus Manor. The 1,350-foot long guideway spans Circus Circus Drive 18 feet above street level and is traversed in less than two minutes at approximately 15 miles per hour. Designed and constructed by the VSL Corporation of Los Gatos, Calif., the Metro-Shuttle 6000 has been described as the most economical and reliable transit system ever developed for moving people over short-to-mid-range distances. The system is safe, quiet, comfortable energy-saving, and pollution free. A FOUR-DAY exploration of the Great Barrier Reef the largest coral reef in the world highlights at 24-day natural history expedition to Australia offered by Nature Expeditions International. Departures are scheduled for July 10 and September 11 in 1981. The expedition includes five nights camping through Australias frontier, the Outback; three nights each in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, and two nights in historic Alice Springs and at Lamington National Park. There are ample opportunities to observe and photograph Australias exotic wildlife big red kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, wombats, emus, etc. in natural settings. 1 $ r 1 1 The Australia-Great Barrier Reef expedition costs $2,190, including land accommodations and all meals except in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. For details contact Nature Expeditions International, 599 College Ave., Palo Alto, CA 94306, (415) 494-6572. ; BECOME A TRAVEL AGENT In Less Time For Less Tuition and With "Professional Instructors" actively working in the Travel Industry. WE OFFER YOU MORE THAN ANY OTHER TRAVEL SCHOOL IN UTAH TRAINING INCLUDES: AIRLINE RESERVATIONS CRUISES-HOTELS-TOURS-SALES AIR FARES PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AIR TICKETS PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE CALL 263-1961 AUDREY LISTON, DIRECTOR TRAVEL TRADE SCHOOL, INC. 5280 So. 320 Wnl Suit 1-190 Murray, Utah 84107 "W. Can Show You the World of Trove" Evening Classes. Enroll Now for July 27 Class. Next class begins September 14. Special daytime class June 15 9 am. to 12 noon. HI1HICUMORAH pageantJMI JUUY424 ecaiIgArw STAMPEDE

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