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


Upcoming trips and tours sponsored by Sun Lakes and SunBird Activity Directors


Palm Springs Follies This will be the Fabulous Palm Springs


Follies’ fi nal season. Our Palm Springs tours are fi lling fast, so if you would like to join us, please plan early. We are offering the following dates. Information on each can be found below: November 12-15 – 14 seats left February 5-7 – 24 seats left February 26-28 – 20 seats left Northern Arizona Fall Foliage -


Sedona, Flagstaff and the Grand Canyon October 15-16, 2013; price $199 pp/


double, $249 pp/single. When considering a fall foliage destination, Arizona does not usually come to mind. However, for those with a day to spare and an adventurous spirit, Arizona’s fall foliage is waiting to be discovered. Spectacular scenery is revealed around every curve as living folios of turning leaves blanket the mountainside in a patchwork quilt on this blazing color country getaway. Fountain Hills Art Festival and Desert


Belle November 8, 2013; price $75 per


person. Travel to Fountain Hills for their annual Festival of the Arts Fair featuring 500 artists and artisans from around the globe. After shopping and lunch on your own, depart for the Desert Belle on Saguaro Lake for a 90-minute narrated cruise. Libraries, Gardens and Museums November 12-15, 2013; price $499


pp/double, $699 pp/single. Explore the Getty Museum, the Reagan Library,


the


Nethercutt Museum and the Huntington Library on this spectacular Southern California getaway. A world of discovery awaits!


Palm Springs Four-Day Getaway November 12-15, 2013; price $499


pp/double, $650 pp/single. Palm Springs is the jewel among desert cities. Rich


in history, Palm Springs has thrived as a destination full of culture, entertainment and natural wonders. The highlight of this tour is the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies. This will be the last season for the Follies as they will be closing their doors in spring 2014. Plan now to see them in their fi nal performances. Laughlin Three-Day Getaway – Roll


Back Pricing December 11-13, 2013; price $99 per


person/double, $129 per person/single. Flirt with Lady Luck and rock ‘n roll on the river for three fun-fi lled days at


Edgewater. One meal is included. Rose Bowl Parade Mini Getaway December 31, 2013– January


the 2,


2014; price: $495 pp/double. $590 pp/ single. Join Free Spirit Vacations for the granddaddy of them all - the Rose Bowl Parade. The Parade of all Parades will be making its way down Colorado Boulevard in grand style on New Year’s Day and you’ll have great seats along the parade route for up-close viewing. It’s a sensory event you won’t want to miss. See the giant fl oral fl oats, smell the aroma of the millions of roses and other fl owers and hear the marching bands fi ll the air with robust sounds. Verde Canyon Railroad January 25, 2014; 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. Mesquite’s 5th Annual BransonFest


Out West February 3-6, 2014; price $350 pp/ $450


double, pp/single. Each winter, when Branson slows down, a little bit of


Branson comes to Mesquite, Nevada. As part of


the four-day festival “Mesquite’s


Bransonfest Out West,” fi ve live shows are included – a Branson-style show each evening and two matinees, featuring entertainers all over 60 years young. Join comedian Harley Worthit and other entertainers from Branson in Mesquite. Shows are specially produced for this event and are high energy and highly entertaining. Additional daytime events include dance lessons, a slot tournament, fi tness activities, a fashion show and more!


Palm Springs Three Day Getaway February 5-7, 2014 and February 26-


28, 2014; price $495 pp/double, $650 pp/single. Palm Springs is a jewel among desert cities. Rich in history, blessed with glorious weather and loaded with attractions,


this desert destination


is highlighted by an inspirational performance of the Palm Springs Follies. Panama Canal Cruise aboard Holland


America ms Veendam February 8-22, 2014; price $2850


pp/double (inside), $3050 pp/double (outside), $4695 pp/double (balcony). Transiting the Panama Canal vaults you into the highest category of world travelers. But a Holland America Line Panama Canal cruise is much more than a trip through the locks. It’s a walk along the ramparts of a Spanish castle in Cartagena. It’s an afternoon mulling ancient ruins in Puerto Chiapas, Mexico. It’s a hike in the Costa Rican rainforest where life teems with colors as vivid as a patisserie. Price includes motor coach transportation from Sun Lakes to San Diego and return airfare from Fort Lauderdale. For reservations or more information


contact Free Spirit Vacations and


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