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  1. #1
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    South American Colonial Capitals

    I sold a Tailor Made Cruise today to one of my clients
    I just had to share the package with you
    as I was blown away the the fantastic itinerary and unbelievable value for money.

    The South American Colonial Capitals
    Fred Olsen - Balmoral
    26 nights - 16th February 2012
    Two 5 Star Hotels - One Fabulous Cruise - Ten Amazing Destinations



    Fly from UK to Santiago and spend the first two night in luxury at the W Santiago Hotel

    From Valparaiso sail down the coast to your first port of call in Castro, Chile.
    Then on to Puerto Chacabuco, through the spectacular Chilean Fjords



    From Punto Arenas cruise round Cape Horn to Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
    a must for any avid bird watcher



    Day 17 and 18 sees you take in the sights of Montevideo and Buenos Aries



    Sailing north to Brazil the last two stops are San Paulo and Ilabela before arriving in Rio De Janeiro



    During your 3 night stay at the 5 Star Rio Othon Palace in Copacabana
    you'll be whisked off to enjoy a Jeep Tour of the Tijuca Rain Forest
    and a half day tour of Sugar Loaf Mountain.

    All this including flights and transfers from only 2999 per person.

    If you'd like more information on this holiday of a life time
    then call me on 0800 408 6155




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    Having just returned from this itinary on the Aurora , I can thoroughly reccommenned these ports as a must see , they are truly wonderful, and if you get the opportunity to do this cruise you will see what I mean.CG


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    Having just returned from this itinerary on the Aurora , I can thoroughly recommend these ports as a must see , they are truly wonderful, and if you get the opportunity to do this cruise you will see what I mean.CG
    I know what you mean CG. We did it on QM2 two years ago, absolutely amazing itinerary.

    Should get Fred's fans flocking.


    Outside the Palacio De la Moneda, (Presidential Palace) Santiago

    This was almost a pilgrimage for me. The bombing of Moneda Palace by air force jets during General Augusto Pinochet's coup against Salvador Allende's Marxist government in 1973 remains an enduring image of the 20th Century.

    Good luck with the sales Robert and to anyone interested, this tour of Santiago is very much a 'ships' excursion, so book early.


  4. #4
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    Great pictures Richard, you look as if you really enjoyed yourself.

    Thank you and Cornish Girl for the positive replies.


 

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