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  • Mar 3-22 Australia/New Zealand Le Laperouse

    #12 Posted : Saturday, February 23, 2019 9:53:21 AM

     

    British said:

    One tip I can give. We travelled on the then brand new Le Laperouse this past summer. There is a store on board but it does not carry toiletries or anything like that, just expensive mostly Ponant logo clothing and a bit of Ho hum jewelry it’s sister ship was the same when we were on it last month..

    Thank you for this tip “British”. Good to know and yes there are brands we prefer.


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  • Welcome to Tauck’s Impressions from the Seine: Paris to Normandy Forum

    #9 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2019 7:50:24 PM

     

    Claudia Sails said:

    I honestly have no idea what Upstream KM stands for.

    When there are low water issues, this block will tell you where they are- how many kilometers "upstream" from the mouth of the river. Each river has reporting stations. If you follow this link and select "waterlevels" you'll see a list of reporting stations on the Danube from Ingolstadt Luitpoldstrasse which is 2458.3 kilometers (1528 miles) "upstream" from the river's outlet on the Black Sea. The first reporting point is Salina- 1 KM Upstream from the Black Sea. The graphs don't seem to work and I think you may only see waterlevels if there is a problem at one or more of the reporting stations, but it may also be due to a software issue with the River Cruise website.


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  • ISRAEL AND JORDAN: MARCH 26, 2019...anyone else going?

    #10 Posted : Friday, February 22, 2019 6:53:01 PM

     

    The CDC is recommending that most travellers to Israel receive the Hepatitis A Vaccine and travellers to Jordan receive the Typhoid Vaccine. Have others on this trip received these vaccinations?


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I saw The Great Land through London’s stories of survival in the wilderness, of rugged, hearty men on the trail in the frontier, trying to survive against the odds in battle with the harsh forces of nature, often encountering bizarre circumstances that could only happen in Alaska.

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To me the word “Danube” always sets off the soundtrack of The Blue Danube waltz by Johann Strauss in my head. I can’t see that word without hearing a little blurb of that soaring melody and the exuberant, widely swinging waltz beat that Strauss popularized. That music almost can’t fail to lift your mood. 

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