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Despite fears of venturing into Mexico because of violence from the government's war on drug cartels, many areas appear as safe as ever. A case in point is the southern Baja Peninsula, particularly between La Paz and the sleepy port of Loreto along the...
Los Angeles Times Travel | Daily Deal BlogCruise West, a Seattle-based, small-ship operator with a devoted following and decades in business, will cease most operations as of Saturday, Sept. 18, the company said in a news release Friday. The company cited financial reasons for its action. “...
Here are some of the more interesting deals and Web sites that came across our desk: --Florida's Palm Beach County was founded in 1909, and some lodgings there are offering the "1909 Founders Package." Depending on the property, guests stay two,...
Photo safari in Kenya Combine unforgettable wildlife, the expert guidance of a National Geographic wildlife photographer and luxury accommodations during Fairmont's "Kenya Photo Safari Adventure." Dates: Sept. 1 to 10. Itinerary: Nairobi to Samburu...
American Canadian Caribbean Line (800) 556-7450 www.accl-smallships.com Ships: Grande Caribe, Grande Mariner, Niagara Prince American Cruise Lines (800) 814-6880 www.americancruiselines.com American Eagle, American Glory, American Spirit,...
Though Cruise West is well known for its cruises to Alaska, of late it has reached out to cover the world. Its newest foray far from home is a river cruise on the Danube between Vienna and near Bucharest, Romania, with stops in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia...
From Porthole cruise magazine's 10th annual readers' choice awards: 1. Best luxury line: Regent Seven Seas 2. Most eco-friendly: Holland America 3. Most family-oriented: Disney 4. Best expedition line: Cruise West 5. Best value for the money:...
Cruise West is hosting a special Thanksgiving sailing of the 120-passenger Spirit of Oceanus that calls at noteworthy sites in Japan, China and Vietnam. The Nov. 24-Dec. 12 "Grand Asia" itinerary begins in Kobe, one of Japan's most important seaports, and...
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Each week in Readers Recommend, the Travel section shares tips on hidden gems in the U.S. and abroad. Here is a roundup of the recommendations published in the last year. Although the information here was correct when it was published, some details may...
Special to The TimesMore cruises are departing from U.S. ports, and the trend is just as evident in California as anywhere else. This list, organized by departure city, shows a sampling of sailings scheduled for this year and prices for one person based on double occupancy....
Special to The TimesCruise lines have their own character. Some, such as Disney, are geared to families with young children; others, such as Crystal, are more suited for couples. Here are general profiles of some major cruise lines. Per diems, listed after the line's name,...
Here is a listing of cruise lines and their vessels. One caveat: Many cruise companies prefer to sell through travel agents. It's often best to book through an agent who specializes in cruises. American Canadian Caribbean Line (800) 556-7450 http://www....
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