The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1966 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

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Tuesday, March 8, 1966
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We know Europe like die palm of our hand. So let us give you a hand on your way to Europe. We fly straight through to 27 European cities from the U.S.A. No one else flies to even half that many. And we have the most flights, too. So the first thing for you to do is see a Pan Am Travel Agent, or call us direct. We'll see that you get from your hometown to Europe with a minimum of fuss. We'll take care of connections. We'll give you the low-down on the high-life in Europe. What to do, where to go, who to know. Before you know it, you'll be living it up in Europe. And wherever you go with us, you'll have the good feeling that comes, from flying the very best there is. It's a good feeling, any day. World's most experienced airline FIRST ON THE ATLANTIC FIRST IN LATIN AMERICA FIRST ON THE PACIFIC FIRST 'ROUND THE WORLD FARM AND HOME EUROPEAN JET HOLIDAY By Jerry Curren H ave you heard ... Midwestemers axe going to Europe in 1966. Many are going to be going on Farm and Home's 1966 European jet Holiday. You can go, too,... it doesn't cost much. Departure dates have been set for this 1966 Jet Holiday. At first, it was thought a choice of four departure dates would be offered. However, in looking over the accommodations in European hotels during certain times of 1966, Farm and Home Section decided that in order to give the rnidwestem traveler the best for his money, only three departure dates should be offered on the European Jet Holiday and that these dates be: May 10, September 13, and October 11. The 1966 European Jet Holiday includes 22 days for $799.00—from New York City and back! This makes the tour one of the most inexpensive first class tours ever offered to Europe. Realizing that midwesterners like to travel with midwestemers, this Farm and Home 1966 European Jet Holiday will have people just like yourself going to Europe ... and most of them for the first time. Knowing that midwestemers are somewhat concerned when confronted with foreign travel, Farm and Home 'Section has undertaken the responsibility of making all the arrangements, assuring those going on the European Jet Holiday of top notch hotels, air conditioned motor coaches while in Europe, excellent food, choice international transportation plus the best there is to see on the continent The world's most renowned airline — Pan American World Airways — has been signed by Farm and Home Section as the official airline for this 1966 European Jet Holiday. A Pan American Jet Clipper will take those going on the European tour from New York City to the first stop on the European itinerary — Amsterdam. From Amsterdam, the members of the tour will travel all over- Europe via motor coaches ending up at Paris, France. There, another Pan American Jet Clipper will pick up the tour and fly them to London, England. Following a few days in London, members of the tour will again board a Pan American Jet Clipper for the return trip to the United States. Perhaps if you have always dreamed of visiting Europe, you might hke to see the day by day itinerary which comprises this Farm and Home 1966 European Jet Holiday; We at Farm and Home Section nave tried to arrange what we thought most midwesterners would like to see in Europe. Let's briefly outline our travel schedule for this tour. FIRST DAY — Leave New York's Kennedy International Airport on Pan American Airways and fly to Amsterdam, Holland. SECOND DAY—Arrive in Amsterdam early in the morning, transfer to hotel and lunch there. After lunch, a sight seeing trip to the islands of Marken and. Volendam. In the evening, a canal cruise through the canals of Amsterdam. THIRD DAY—Have breakfast in Amsterdam; Leave by air conditioned motor coach via the Flower Auction in Aalsmeer, visiting The Hague, the Peace Palace, and Holland's famous seaside resort — Scheveningen. We then continue to Rotterdam for lunch. After lunch we continue by motor coach to Brussels and the Hotel Atlanta for dinner and overnight ' FOURTH DAY — A leisurely morning in Brussels with a sight seeing tour of the city in the afternoon including The Palace of Justice Grand Palace, and others. FIFTH DAY —Have breakfast at the Hotel Atlanta in Brussels and Farm & Home Tours 20 North Carroll Street Madison, Wisconsin Send me (under no obligation, of course) your free 1966 European Jet Holiday folder. Stite

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