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Dear Friends,

Thank you for your interest in the

New England Cruise

,

September 8 – 17, 2016.

This fabulous vacation will

be hosted by Melissa Brunner, Anchor.

You'll appreciate these included Holiday Vacations Extra Value Features:

Roundtrip transportation

from Topeka to Kansas City

Roundtrip airfare

from Kansas City to New York City

Excellent hotel accommodations

featuring

two nights at the Novotel

New York Times Square

Seven night New England Cruise

aboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s

Norwegian Gem

New York City highlights

including a Broadway musical, Radio City Music Hall Stage Door Tour and

guided city tour

Intriguing ports of call

including Halifax, Saint John, Portland and Newport

21 excellent meals

including dinner in New York City

All port charges, government fees, airport and departure taxes (minimum value of

$449 per person)

A professional Holiday Vacations Tour Director

who will accompany you throughout the tour

Guaranteed prices

upon receipt of your deposit

$100 Travel Voucher

for use on a future Holiday Vacations tour

There's no better way to experience the charming ports of the Canadian Maritime and New England than with

Holiday Vacations. Our 43 years of experience and dedication to personalized service will assure you that this

10-day tour will exceed your expectations. Holiday Vacations' inclusive attractions, sightseeing, many meals

and all accommodations as listed in our tour itineraries offer our guests extraordinary value.

Due to the tremendous interest, we anticipate this tour to sell out quickly - book today!

A risk-free deposit of $200 will reserve your space and is fully refundable prior to final payment date.

We look forward to having you travel with us!

Sincerely,

Courtney Nelson

Tour Consultant Manager

Holiday Vacations

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New England

Cruise

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SepteMBer 8 - 17, 2016

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Ask your Tour Director for suggestions on where to go and what to see. This evening we enjoy an included WIBW Welcome Dinner followed by a Broadway Musical. D

day 3:

tour nyc

An expert local guide joins us this morning to see more of the famous landmarks of Manhattan. Our city tour includes Central Park, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Wall Street and Greenwich Village. Later, we board the Norwegian Gem for the first evening of our seven night cruise. Enjoy fine dining and entertainment. D

day 4:

at sea

Enjoy the facilities and amenities of the

Norwegian Gem. Relax on deck or in

comfortable lounges. Revel in the benefits and enjoy the included

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portland

Portland is Maine’s largest city. This eclectic coastal city is known for unspoiled landscapes, succulent lobster, and its stately lighthouse. You may choose to explore the Old Port which features a variety of restaurants, shops and

galleries. B,l,D

day 8:

at sea

The sparkling Norwegian Gem is the perfect ship to enjoy a day at sea. From a four-lane bowling alley to the many venues of live shipboard entertainment, relax and have fun! Choose from six complimentary dining options and enjoy stage shows or the intimacy of the piano bar. B,l,D

day 9:

newport

Newport, Rhode Island began as an important colonial seaport and the city’s harbor is now a haven for sailboats and other pleasure craft. During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, America’s wealthiest families built opulent mansions as summer “cottages.” Later, we reboard the

Norwegian Gem for our final

evening aboard ship. B,l,D

day 10:

fly home

We arrive in New York City early this morning and disembark the ship. After transferring to the airport, we fly home with wonderful memories of our cruise experience. B

Additional fees applied by Norwegian Cruise Line are not included in your tour price. These fees include but are not limited to: daily service charge for cabin & wait staff, specialty restaurant cover charges and optional shore excursions.

september 8 - 17, 2016

Additional dates may be available

experience the neon lights of broadway, then set sail for the

charming ports of canadian maritime provinces and new england!

Central Park

day 1:

FLy to new york city

We board our pleasant flight to New York City. Our accommodations for two nights are at the Novotel New York Times Square. It’s located adjacent to Times Square and a variety of dining and shopping experiences.

day 2:

new york

harbor cruise

Today we see New York from the water when we embark on a one-hour Circle Line Cruise. We’ll pass the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and have spectacular views of the newly risen One World Trade Center. Next we’ll go behind-the-scenes on a tour of Radio City Music Hall and get an insider’s view of the most iconic theater in New York where the biggest names in show business perform! The after-noon is free for activities of our choosing.

nities of our grand sailing vessel. All meals are included aboard ship. B,l,D

day 5:

Visit halifa x

This morning the ship docks in Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia and one of the first English cities in Canada due to its harbor that extends 16 miles inland. Today we’ll enjoy an included excursion to the picturesque fishing village of Peggy’s Cove, followed by time to explore Halifax on our own. B,l,D

day 6:

tour st. John

St. John is the largest city in the Canadian province of New Brunswick and is the oldest incorporated city in the country. The city is situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy, famous for the tremendous discrepancy between its high and low tides. St. John’s city market is the oldest market in North America, built in 1876. B,l,D

New England

Cruise

Newport Peggy’s Cove

your holiday Vacations

experience includes

all airfare, taxes & fuel surcharges

all government fees, taxes and

fuel surcharges (minimum value

of $449 per person)

• Holiday Vacations Tour Director

• Hotel and cruise ship transfers

• All accommodations

$100 travel voucher for a future

Holiday Vacations tour

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excellent meals Featuring

• Dinner in New York City

• All meals aboard ship with

Freestyle Dining

B=Breakfast l=Lunch D=Dinner

exclusive Cruise ship Benefits

7 nights aboard the Norwegian GemFreestyle Cruising

• Included Halifax Shore Excursion: Peggy’s Cove & Hop On Hop Off tour (minimum value of $89 per person)

ports of Call

• Halifax, Saint John, Portland and Newport

attractions & Highlights

2 nights at the Novotel New York Times Square

• Circle Line Cruise of New York Harbor

• Radio City Stage Door tour

• Broadway Musical

• New York City guided tour

• Scenic Atlantic Coast

Price Per Person

ALL AIRFARE INCLUDED!

Balcony stateroom

Double ...$4599 per person

Single ...6499 per person

oceanview stateroom

Double ... $4199 per person Single ...5699 per person

Inside stateroom

Double ... $3899 per person Single ... 5199 per person

a valid u.s. passport is required for all u.s. citizens. passport cards and enhanced driver’s licenses are NoT acceptable. Deposit: $200 per person

Final payment: June 6, 2016

Full refund 96 days prior to departure

Guaranteed price: Your price is

guaranteed upon receipt of your deposit. 1 2 3

Flights Cruise

# of Overnights

Radio City Music Hall Bay of Fundy

melissa brunner

Melissa is a native of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, a town about 40 miles south of Green Bay, which means she is required to be a Packers fan! However, she’s adopted Topeka as her home (and the Chiefs and Royals, too), moving here in May 1996 for a job with WIBW-TV. A graduate of Marquette University, Melissa has covered numerous subjects at WIBW. She currently anchors the Live at 5 broadcast and co-anchors 13 News at 6 and 10 with Ralph Hipp. Melissa is involved with numerous community organizations and events.

When she’s not working or attending a community event, you can find her running, working in the yard, searching for antiques or following the exploits of her nieces and nephews. Melissa and her husband, Doug, have several furry, four-legged children, including dogs Lucy and Buddy!

Melissa has previously hosted many exciting international and domestic Holiday Vacations tours. She invites you to join her

and other WIBW viewers on this New England Cruise.

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Stardust Theater

Balcony Stateroom Gem Club Casino

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Pr inted in the U .S .A. ©Holida y Tra vel, Inc.

Printed on recycled paper containing post-consumer waste.

Departure point:

Topeka

Capitol Plaza Hotel

1717 Southwest Topeka Blvd.

Transportation provided to/from Kansas

City International Airport

reSerVationS require a $200 per perSon DepoSit

Final payment is due

June 6, 2016

Your tour is fully refundable up to 96 days prior to departure.

thank You!

1-800-826-2266

For more information, to make a reservation,

or to refer a friend, please call:

SpaCe FiLLS quiCkLY, Book toDaY!

2727 Henry Ave. | P.O. Box 87 | Eau Claire, WI 54702-0087

The Norwegian Gem is one of the most luxurious ships in the NCL fleet. Revel in the benefits of

Freestyle Cruising, where you determine your own schedule and pace with a tremendous amount

of flexibility and choice. Enjoy fabulous variety revues and musical productions. Try your luck in the

casino or dance the night away at one of the lounges featuring a live band or disco music. Relax in

a casual atmosphere and dine at your convenience.

Freestyle Dining provides a variety of options, times, and locations, accompanied by efficient and

friendly service. You’re sure to find a meal to tickle your taste buds with over a dozen different dining

options from American to International cuisine onboard. NCL’s open seating dining gives you the

power to choose your own meal times. Attire is resort casual or, when you feel like it, dress up

for dinner or a special evening at sea.

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FREE TRAVEL SHOWS

Holiday Vacations invites you to attend an informative travel show featuring the

New England Cruise

,

September 8 – 17, 2016.

This fabulous vacation will be hosted by

Melissa Brunner, Anchor.

Topeka

Tuesday, March 22

Ramada Inn

605 Southwest Fairlawn Rd.

10 a.m., 2 p.m. & 7 p.m.

Emporia

Wednesday, March 23

Holiday Inn Express

3007 West 18

th

Ave.

7 p.m.

Manhattan

Wednesday, March 23

Holiday Inn

1641 Anderson Ave.

10 a.m. & 1 p.m.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

CANCELLATION FEES

Should you cancel your tour reservations for any reason, the following cancellation fees will apply: Motorcoach Tours (no flights)

Notice received Cancellation fee

Prior to final payment date Full refund

Final payment date to 31 days prior to departure date $200

30 days to 48 hours prior to departure date 25% of tour price

Less than 48 hours prior to departure or after tour departure 100% of tour price Air Tours–Canada & Lower 48 U.S.

Notice received Cancellation fee

Prior to final payment date Full refund

Final payment date to 35 days prior to departure date 25% of tour price

34 days to 48 hours prior to departure date 50% of tour price

Less than 48 hours prior to departure or after tour departure 100% of tour price International & Cruise Tours, Alaska, Rail, Hawaii

Notice received Cancellation fee

Prior to final payment date Full refund

Final payment date to 46 days prior to departure date 25% of tour price

45 days to 8 days prior to departure date 50% of tour price

7 days or less to departure or after tour departure 100% of tour price

Note: If you are sharing a room and your partner cancels or leaves the tour en route, you will be responsible for the difference between the double and single accommodations tour price.

Guaranteed Prices Holiday Vacations’

published tour prices are based on the rates known at the time of publication and are expected to be in effect at the time of depar-ture. Once we have received your deposit, your price is guaranteed, and any subse-quent price increase is at our expense.

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must accompany all reservation requests. Personal check, money order, Discover, MasterCard or VISA are acceptable forms of payment. The deposit is fully refundable prior to the final payment due date.

Final Payment A balance due date

and amount will be indicated on your tour invoice deposit receipt. We accept credit cards but appreciate final payments to be made by check or money order.

Special Requests Individual requests must

be made when booking. Requests for (non) smoking, special dietary needs, and adjoin-ing, handicap accessible or other room types are subject to confirmation and cannot be guaranteed.

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the carriage of hazardous materials aboard aircraft in your luggage or on your person. A violation can result in five years imprisonment and penalties of $250,000 or more (49 U.S.C. 5124). Hazardous materials include explosives, compressed gases, flammable liquids and solids, oxidizers, poisons, corrosives and radioactive materials. Examples: Paints, lighter fluid, fireworks, tear gases, oxygen bottles, and radio-pharmaceuti-cals. There are special exceptions for small quantities (up to 70 ounces total) of medicinal and toilet articles carried in your luggage and certain smoking mate-rials carried on your person. For further information contact Holiday Vacations or visit faa.gov.

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Departure From Cities Not Listed

You may request a departure from a city not listed. Holiday’s air department will determine the feasibility of your request and advise you of any additional cost, if applicable.

Land Only Price You may request a land

only price. If the tour is purchased as land only, it will be your responsibility to meet the group at the arrival airport at the time designated by Holiday Vacations. If you prefer, you can join the tour at the first night’s hotel. Taxi or other airport transfer costs are not included for independent arrival or departure.

Airline Seating Seat assignments are

controlled by the airline. We will no longer

solicit requests and seating cannot be

guaranteed by Holiday Vacations. Award Miles Please be advised that some

commercial airlines offer reduced award miles to travelers booked on a group reser-vation. Holiday Vacations is happy to submit your frequent flyer number to the airlines, but makes no guarantee that full mileage will be awarded.

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assorted levels of activity while traveling varies between each individual. Although we welcome your questions regarding the amount of activity on any tour, Holiday Vacations is unable to determine your travel health and fitness level. Please consult your doctor with questions when evaluating your ability to travel.

Persons Needing Special Assistance

Holiday Vacations does not provide per-sonal attendant services. Any disability requiring special attention should be reported to us at the time you make your reservation. We will make reasonable attempts to accommodate special needs, but we are not responsible for any denial of services by carriers, hotels, restaurants, and other independent suppliers. Travelers requiring extraordinary assistance must be accompanied by a companion who is capable of and totally responsible for providing the necessary assistance.

Children On Tour Children traveling on

tour must be at least eight years old and accompanied by an adult.

Reservation Changes Requests for

changes in flight schedules, early or extended hotel stays or for other eligible components of the tour should be made prior to the final payment date. A non-refundable processing fee of $50 per person will apply for any change request-ed prior to the final payment date and $100 per person for any change requested on or after the final payment date. These fees are in addition to any costs or penalties from suppliers.

Insurance Holiday Vacations recognizes

the value and importance of travel insurance for our customers. We offer an optional Travel Protection Plan, which includes accident and sickness coverage, baggage protection, trip interruption and cancellation insurance. An insurance bro-chure will be sent with your tour invoice deposit receipt or may be requested in advance. For your convenience, the insur-ance premium is included in the balinsur-ance

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due on your tour invoice. Processing fees for a voluntary change in airport departure or for other requested changes are not covered by this insurance. Insurance must be paid for on or before your final payment due date.

Solo Travelers Holiday Vacations

welcomes solo travelers. We will try to assist in arranging a roommate for any person wishing to share accommodations at the double occupancy tour rate. Should a shared arrangement not be available, the single price applies.

Triple & Quad These accommodations

are usually in rooms with two double beds. A rollaway bed or cot is subject to availability on a request basis.

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The requirement to collect your date of birth, gender and full name as it appears on the government issued photo identification you will use on your tour is federally mandated by the Transportation Security Administration. TSA’s privacy policy as well as additional details, can be found at www.tsa.gov using the keywords Secure Flight.

Passport Required

(FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL)

Your Passport must be valid for 6 months

from the end date of your tour. It is Holiday Vacations’ policy that all tours traveling outside of the United States require a valid U.S. Passport in the form of a Passport book. Passport cards and enhanced driver’s licenses are NOT acceptable forms of identification for any Holiday Vacations tour traveling outside of the United States.

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Gratuities Tips for all the included

features of your tour (baggage handling, included meals, etc.) will be taken care of by your Tour Director. Tips for meals on your own or for other services are at your discretion. Customary tips for the Tour Director & Driver are on a voluntary basis and given individually. Suggested gratuities will be provided with your tour documents.

Train Routes & Schedules Please note

that train schedules and/or routes are subject to change by railroad passenger services. No liability shall be incurred by Holiday Vacations for subsequent changes to train schedules and/or routes.

Cruise Line Charges Additional fees

applied by the cruise lines are not included in your tour price. These fees include but are not limited to: daily service charge for cabin & wait staff, specialty restaurant cover charges and optional shore excursions.

Photography & Video on Tour Holiday

Vacations reserves the right to take photo-graphs and/or videos on any of its tours and to use such records for promotional and/or commercial purposes.

Responsibility Tours are arranged and

operated by Holiday Travel, Inc., d/b/a Holiday Vacations, 2727 Henry Ave., P.O. Box 87, Eau Claire, WI 54702. Holiday Vacations and their agents act only as an agent for such other parties, firms or corpo-rations providing services herein. No liability shall be incurred by Holiday Vacations, their agents, presenters or co-sponsors because of injury, loss, delay or other complication experienced by tour participants.

Holiday Vacations reserves the right to correct printing errors, to make any changes or alterations in the printed itineraries, dates, routings, hotels or in included features prior to or during the tour, necessary for the smooth and efficient operation of the tour. The hotels used may change without notice. Holiday Vacations reserves the right to accept, decline or retain any person as a participant of these tours.

Luggage The cost of checking luggage

with the airlines is the responsibility of each guest. This cost, if any, will be charged by the airlines when checking luggage for your flight and is payable directly to the airlines. An excess fee or

handling charge may be collected by the airlines for each piece over the designated allowance and for oversize or overweight baggage.

On tour, each person is allowed

one suitcase which will be handled

for you at hotels. In addition, you may carry a small bag aboard. Carry-on articles are the responsibility of each person. Carry-ons that do not fit in the overhead compartments may be charged as an additional piece of luggage. Additional pieces of luggage will be handled for you at hotels at a cost of $4 per bag, per day or at the cost specified for some tours. Though every effort will be made to safeguard your baggage, Holiday Vacations accepts no liability for loss or damage.

Checked Luggage

(Not to exceed 62” total dimensions)

Carry-On

Purse, Tote, Camera Bag, Backpack (Not to exceed 8” x 14” x 20”)

United States Tour Operators Association $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program Holiday Vacations, as an Active Member of USTOA, is required to post $1 Million with USTOA to be used to reimburse, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program, the advance payments of Holiday Vacations customers in the unlikely event of Holiday Vacations bankruptcy, insolvency or cessation of business. Further, you should understand that the $1 Million posted by Holiday Vacations may be sufficient to provide only a partial recovery of the advance payments received by Holiday Vacations. More details of the USTOA Travelers Assistance Program may be obtained by writing to USTOA at 345 Seventh Avenue, Suite 1801,

New York, New York 10001, or by email to

information@ustoa.com or by visiting their website at www.USTOA.com.

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