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editorial@robson.com | SUN LAKES SPLASH | May 2013


Upcoming trips sponsored by Sun Lakes and SunBird activities directors


Sierra Nevada Journey and Elko June 23–27, 2013 Price: $875 per person/double; $1025


per person/single. Fly from Phoenix to Sacramento and


discover Old Town in California’s capital city. Then travel from Sacramento to Reno on Amtrak through Donner Pass, along the Truckee River. Visit pristine Lake Tahoe and enjoy the MS Dixie cruise on the crystal-blue lake. Visit Virginia City and experience a walk through time with the 1870’s boardwalks and saloons. Then travel to Elko on Amtrak and discover this Elko, Nevada or “Nevada with Altitude.” A land of adventure, with raw majesty of the Ruby Mountains and the rugged canyon streams, you will discover the unspoiled drama of


the West. Continue to Salt Lake City


where you will fl y home. Airfare, Amtrak and all transfers (excluding to the airport in Phoenix) are included. Artists of the World - Santa Fe


International Folk Art Festival July 11-15, 2013 Price: $995 pp/double; $1195 pp/single


(price includes roundtrip airfare from Phoenix or Tucson). Every July, more than 150 select


folk


artists from over 54 countries travel to historic Santa Fe where thousands of national and international visitors gather to admire and buy distinct folk art forms that express the world’s diverse cultures. The festival provides a venue for master traditional artists to display, demonstrate and sell their work. By providing opportunities for folk artists to succeed in the global marketplace, the market creates economic empowerment and improves the quality of life in communities where folk artists live. Also included is a private cultural exchange with Native American women who will prepare traditional meals and display their arts and crafts.


Pageant of the Masters July 23-26, 2013 Price: $795 pp/double; $995 pp/single. Back by popular demand – the Pageant


of the Masters - a remarkable presentation of “living pictures.” Cast members re- create classical and contemporary artwork – paintings, sculptures, posters, ceramic pieces, jewelry and more! Innovative makeup and costumes, intricate sets, state of the art lighting, live narration, a full pit- orchestra and the atmospheric amphitheater combine to make this the fi nest production of its kind in the world. Catalina Island, the Huntington Library and many extras are included in this summer getaway. San Diego Getaway August 20-22, 2013 Price: $695 pp/double; $795 pp/single. With its great weather, miles of sandy


beaches and major attractions, San Diego is known worldwide as one of the best visitor destinations. Visit SeaPort Village, Balboa Park, Old Town, the Gas Lamp District, Coronado Island, Little Italy and the world- famous San Diego Zoo. Price includes roundtrip airfare, all transportation in San Diego, admission to the San Diego Zoo and three fun-fi lled days of sightseeing. Verde Canyon Railroad August 24, 2013 Price: $125 pp (coach); $175 pp (fi rst


class). Travel to Clarksdale and board the Verde


Canyon Railroad for a four hour diesel train journey to places only accessible by rail. Crimson cliffs, eagle nests, white water rapids, abandoned gold mines and lush foliage emerge as the train travels through a riparian forest of cottonwood trees. Legendary Danube River Cruise September 29-October 9, 2013 Price: $2899 pp/double - Hayden Deck;


$3099 pp/double - Strauss Deck; $3299 pp/ double - Mozart Deck. Roundtrip airfare is


additional. Book by June 1 and receive a $300 pp discount! Experience the Danube River aboard


the exclusively chartered river ship MS Bolero on a seven-night cruise through fi ve


countries. Includes escorted shore


excursions in fi ve cities with English- speaking guides and an organ concert in the cathedral in Passau. New England and Cape Cod Fall Foliage September 30-October 7, 2013 Price: $1998 pp/double; $2798 pp/


single. Airfare is additional. Book by June 1 and receive a $150 pp discount! Featuring Martha’s Vineyard; there is


nothing quite like autumn in New England, with its kaleidoscope of glorious colors, continually changing in a blaze of glory. Witness the beauty and charm of fi ve New England states. Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta October 8-11, 2013 Price: $775 pp/double; $975 pp/single. For nine days in October, the New


Mexico skies are painted as hundreds of balloons lift off from Albuquerque’s Balloon Fiesta Park. Nothing rivals the power of mass ascension on a crisp early morning as these graceful giants leave the ground to take their place in the cerulean desert sky. Be a part of this “Magic in the Sky.” Fall in the Ozarks and Crystal Bridges October 29-November 3, 2013. Price: $1615 pp/double; $1925 pp/single. Travel and Leisure Magazine voted


Bentonville, Arkansas one of the top 12 destinations in the world to visit - and it’s all because of Crystal Bridges. Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art welcomes all to celebrate the American spirit in a setting that unites the power of art with the beauty of landscape. We explore the unfolding story of America by actively collecting, exhibiting, interpreting and preserving — ACTIVITIES cont. on page 30


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