This is the page
we did for our trip to Alaska a couple of years ago. We were able to get
a great price for everyone and had a wonderful time. We can plan
a group trip for you, your family, & friends. And we can
do a web page like this one for you to help you sell it. It was
amazing how convenient it made it to get information to people.
me so we can discuss
Glacier Bay on
our 1995 trip (with John's Aunt Ruth and Mom.)
Come Join Us for a
July 21-28, 2001
50% off brochure price!
the Inside Passage2001 Glacier Bay Inside
- We have been able to arrange a cruise
to Alaska on July 21 through 28, 2001 at 50% off the published fare! While
no one who books through a travel agent ever pays the fares published
in the brochures, the discounts are generally 1/4 off or possibly
1/3 off. Half price, while there are still cabins available in
all price ranges, this far in advance is an amazing deal.
- This cruise sails from and returns to
Vancouver aboard the Holland
America ship ms.
Zaandam. (If you would rather take a cruise/tour I can also
book you on that.) But if you don't have the time, or the inclination,
to take a land tour in Alaska this is the cruise for you. I have
now managed to arrange a land/cruise
package which meets the cruise for those who want to do that.
Check with me. (We are going on the "cruise only" portion
of this one.) This will be our third Alaska cruise on Holland
- For shore
excursion descriptions and prices just follow the directions
on the linked page. Any other questions you may have are probably
answered on the site
- Check out the State
of Alaska's website. Current Weather in Alaska
- This extraordinary
cruise embraces two of the world's most spectacular travel experiences:
the thousand-mile Inside Passage, and awesome Glacier Bay, plus
three of Alaska's most delightful ports.
at Vancouver, B.C.
combine such cosmopolitan charm with so much natural beauty.
Enjoy it before or after your cruise. Visit the forests, beaches
and meadows of Stanley Park. Sample ethnic cuisines, shop on
chic Robson Street, take in the exotic sights and sounds of Chinatown.
Sail through the Lion's Gate, more spectacular than San Francisco's
Golden Gate.Juneau, Your First
its own Gold Rush and the city is full of reminders, from the
Red Dog Saloon to the sculpture of toiling hard-rock miners on
the waterfront. You could go sea-kayaking, cruise to see wildlife,
go fishing or tour to nearby Mendenhall Glacier.
- Skagway, Gold Rush
100 years ago,
the Gold Rush to the Klondike was in full swing and Skagway saw
it all. Stroll the same boardwalks, browse the wares in false-fronted
shops. Opt for a ride in a vintage parlor railcar up the historic
White Pass & Yukon Route, see traces of the prospectors'
Day In Glacier
Cruising these quiet waters,
you'll imagine the mountains, forests and awesome rivers of ice
are frozen in time. But this landscape is very much alive. Watch
for seals, whales, gaudily-costumed tufted puffins, perhaps a
black bear. When your ship pauses at the face of a glacier, you
gaze enthralled, as a pinnacle of ice splinters off and crashes
into the bay.
This picturesque port
has a waterfront built on stilts, and weathered stairways climb
its hills. Learn about Alaska's rich native history at the Totem
Heritage Cultural Center. Go flightseeing or fishing, or stroll
the Creek Street boardwalk. Once, this was where the town's madams
held forth; today it is lined with intriguing boutiques.
- Inside Passage
Homeward bound, relax
aboard your floating resort. One more chance to snap photos,
to reflect on your memories and to exchange addresses with newfound
Brochure Price (Per person)
C LARGE 2 lower beds convertible to one
queen size, bathtub & shower
D LARGE 2 lower beds convertible to one queen size,
bathtub & shower
E LARGE 2 lower beds convertible to one queen size,
bathtub & shower
F LARGE 2 lower beds convertible to one queen size,
bathtub & shower
I 2 lower beds convertible to one queen size, shower
K 2 lower beds convertible to one queen size, shower
Airfare is additional. Let me know your
departure city for price. Port charges are $178.30 per person.
Third & fourth persons in a cabin are $464.00 per person.
BUT only certain cabins can be used as triples or quads. Check
with me. Cabins will be available on a "first come, first
served' basis so if you want a "quad" you should book
as soon as possible. There is a map of the ship's cabins, etc.
on the Holland
America ms. Zaandam web page. I will be happy to send you
the 2001 Holland America brochure as soon as it is available (in
the Fall). Or you can order it directly from Holland
America. You can email
me or call me at 703-455-0760 with any questions. We hope
you will join us. To book now the entire amount must be paid.
There are a very limited number of cabins left but we will do
what we can to help you if you want one. Please email us before
filling out the form so we can check availability. Rates and
itineraries are subject to change. The cancellation
policy is on the Holland America website with the other "Cruise
Basics". I will send you information about pre and post cruise
options in Vancouver after you book. Mail (or fax 603-698-0258
if using a credit card) the coupon to: Talula Guntner, 8096 Powderbrook
Lane, Springfield, VA 22153 Make checks to: Greenbelt Travel.
Please do this the old fashioned way for now since we need
your actual signature on the form. Best printed in "Landscape"
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This was last year. See
the 2002 departures. Email
me for details about
2002 Alaskan trips.
Desired cabin number _____________
Enclosed is $_________________ (Payment
in Full) Charge to my credit card:
Type of card:___________________________
Name on card______________________________________________________