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Quote of the Week
Enjoying a Long Flight
Planning Your Itinerary - European Highlights



 
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Welcome New Subscribers! 
My desktop computer crashed over a week ago - I finally got it back last night, but now I have to reinstall everything. Argh! The technician said it would work much better now, so I expected speed. I think it's slower than it was before.The new desktop may be moving up on the list of priorities. I want one that flies. 
Speaking of flying - did you see my note last week that flight prices are lower than they have been in a while?  
"Are you thinking about a trip to Europe?  Airline prices are lower than they have been in a long time, so now is a great time to go.  I still have room on my tour - be sure to ask if you have any questions." 
During the week, I received two email forwards from readers about airline ticket sale prices, so if you are thinking about a trip - with me or on your own - look at ticket prices now.  It's amazing how much prices can fluctuate from one year to the next. Last year the price of a round trip ticket to Europe with one stop was between $12-1800; this year I've seen non-stop round trip tickets in the $600 range.    
Not looking forward to an eight hour flight?  Read the post below for tips on making it more enjoyable. The archive post points out a few European highlights - a good overview with thoughts about itinerary planning.  
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Quote of the Week - 10 June 2016

"Flying might not be all plain sailing, but the fun of it is worth the price."
-- Amelia Earhart
 

This Week's Post:

Enjoying a Long Flight

A flight to Europe usually takes around eight to nine hours; our recent non-stop flight to Tokyo was twelve hours long. The longest commercial flight currently available is around seventeen hours.  I’ve had people tell me they don’t travel to Europe and beyond because of the long flights.  However, with a little preparation, you can not only survive, but enjoy flights that are over four hours.

Health and Safety

The first priority when flying should be your health and safety.  The airline does its part to ensure your safety, but you also have responsibilities.  Pay attention to...

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From the Archives:
Planning Your Itinerary - European Highlights

One of the first questions you ask when planning a trip is, “Where do I want to go?”  There are so many possibilities in Europe, that you may have a hard time deciding.

Where you decide to visit will depend on what your interests are.  If you enjoy nature, you will focus on different areas than if you are interested in architecture.  Some destinations will provide for a variety of interests.

Are you interested in culture?  Would you like to visit museums or see shows and concerts?  Here are some suggestions:

The Louvre in Paris is...

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Registration Extended!
 

Flights are cheaper than they've been in a long time. Now is a great time to go to Paris!

Paris is my favorite city in Europe and I’d love to share it with you.   I’ve arranged a tour, and would love for you to join me.   We will visit many of the highlights of Paris, along with yarn and fabric shops...

10 Day Tour of Paris

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