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The popular seaside town of Looe can keep visitors entertained all year round whilst still retaining its character as a bustling working fishing port. The harbour, steeped in history, is a must visit, you can watch the boats come and go throughout the day and if you are an early riser you can watch the day’s catch being auctioned on the quay.
As you can well imagine from a capital city, Amsterdam is well-stocked for shops. In terms of sheer variety, the Dutch capital has it all, from huge international department stores to vintage, antique and boutique gift shopping. There are also market stalls which pop up around the city, particularly on Leidseplein and Koningsplein, for you to explore as you warm up with a gluhwein or take a spin on the ice-rink.
A resort for all ages and all seasons, whether you are 8 or 80, whether it rains or shines, there is always something to suit your needs. On all three of Blackpool’s piers you will find star studded shows and if that’s not enough there are always star names appearing at either the Winter Gardens or the famous Tower Ballroom.
Again this winter we are pleased to include in our programme the ever-popular mystery tour with a twist! It will again be great value for money; only for this one the hotel will be offering a full turkey and tinsel programme. As usual we will also include scenic tours to local places of interest with ample stops. We also guarantee a minimum 3 star hotel will be used, which will be offering a very high degree of comfort. All rooms will have private facilities and you will enjoy dinner and full English breakfast each day.
Tucked away in the beautiful valley of the River Geul is enchanting Valkenburg. The surrounding ‘Dutch Alps’ are characterised by rolling hills, forests, brooks, sunken roads and meandering rivers. Valkenburg is the Christmas City of the Netherlands. The beautifully lit streets form an enchanting decor for hours of festive fun.
From pilgrims to Pocahontas – Plymouth is a city steeped in history. The Pilgrim Fathers left Plymouth's shores for the New World, whilst Scott of the Antarctic, Captain James Cook, Charles Darwin and the two global circumnavigators Francis Drake and Francis Chichester are just some of the renowned explorers who have set sail from this city.
We are delighted to offer this new tour for Christmas. The hotel combined with visits to two of the cities in the region, the former spa town of Royal Leamington Spa and the historic city of Lichfield, makes this an ideal Christmas break.
An ancient city with a modern outlook. See the stunning Guildhall in the High Street with its painted assembly rooms and sparkling chandeliers, wonder at the craftsmanship of the master masons who built the stunning Cathedral which can be seen for miles around.
Our 11th reunion takes us to the 3 star Chatsworth Hotel in Worthing. Worthing is the largest all year round seaside resort in West Sussex. The focal point of the five-mile flat promenade, bright with flower borders, decorative lights and attractive Victorian lamp posts is the famous Worthing Pier, 292 metres long and built in 1862, ideal for a stroll. There are many beautiful parks and gardens and a large traffic free shopping centre. Worthing also has gently sloping beaches, as well as entertainment for all ages. With around 150 Shropshire and Mid Wales fellow companions travelling together you should have plenty to talk about. So why not join us for a great weekend.