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Jordan Older launches Tahoe Film Festival in Lake Tahoe, California
355 views, By TomKayak.com
In his book, "Murder in Modoc - The Lookout Lynching", Tom Cox shares his true story about the last family hanging in the United States, including details and photographs of the events leading up to the Lookout Lynching.
154 views, By Dave Wiggins
There is still availability on holiday cruises but that this can change overnight because an small ship, expedition vessel on average accommodates less than 150 guests
110 views, By Dave Wiggins
This is the first Antarctic cruise to offer multiple nights of camping and to include it in the price of the cruise along with most shore activities.
265 views, By Dave Wiggins
Changes are already in place for about half of the boats in the Galapagos. Feb 1, 2012 is when the last vessels will implement new cruiose options and itineraries
239 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations will offer a $100 discount to each client booking a cruise with an added land extension.
169 views, By Dave Wiggins
Summer Cruise Specials From AdventureSmith Explorations Include $1000 Airline Voucher with Alaska Cruise; 25 Percent Discount Offered on Polar Expedition
206 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations Announces Four Special Eight Day Cruises for April 2011 That Will Ply the Waters of the Galapagos in a Style Befitting Royalty
228 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations' small ships can maneuver hard-to-reach points of interest along remote coastal regions of Australia such as the Great Barrier Reef and Kimberley that larger vessels can’t access.
189 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations cites a number of reasons why to book your Alaska cruise early; travel is rebounding, demand is up and with the demise of Cruise West, inventory is limited
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Not Just Another Lake Tahoe Hotel: Savor the best things in life. Escape to serenity at Lake Tahoe and let your stress evaporate away.
167 views, By Pepper Tree Inn Tahoe City
There's really no place on Earth quite like Lake Tahoe. And there’s really no place in Lake Tahoe that you’d rather choose for a Lake Tahoe hotel!
242 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations Enhances Alaska Program with Two Newly Refurbished Ships and Never Before Offered Activities for the 2011 Season Where the Concept of Active Cruising First Began.
252 views, By Todd Smith
Antarctica Cruises From Just $2,795 Per Person with AdventureSmith Explorations. Journey aboard the M/S Expedition during the 2010-2011 season and save an unprecedented 35%.
270 views, By Dave Wiggins
AdventureSmith Explorations suggests giving a holiday gift of a small ship cruise that combines wildlife observation and culture with sunshine and traditional end-of-the-year celebrations.
305 views, By Dave Wiggins
Save up to $5,945 per couple with AdventureSmith Explorations' Two-for One and Run-of-the-Boat Specials in the Galapagos Islands
241 views, By Dave Wiggins
It’s on every cruise vacationer’s mind – book direct or through an agent / broker? Todd Smith of AdventureSmith Explorations Offers Some Sage Advice
288 views, By Dave Wiggins
Todd Smith, the “Smith” in AdventureSmith Explorations offers tips for families considering a small ship cruise vacation
289 views, By Dave Wiggins
For Earth Month AdventureSmith Explorations is Partnering with Trees for the Future To Plant Over 40,000 Trees in 2010
394 views, By Dave Wiggins
Wine tasting, photography seminars, family fun; AdventureSmith Explorations, the small ship adventure cruise company announces its Pacific Northwest 2010 spring and summer speciality departures for active and inquisitive travelers.
501 views, By Andrea Martin
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401 views, By Todd Smith
Enjoy fall savings of up to 50% on expedition cruises featuring the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica and Panama, Baja's Sea of Cortez and the Columbia River.