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Carole from Seattle, WA said:

We feel we have had a home away from home on this stunning ship. What a great time it has been to have this absolute luxury. Thanks for facilitating yet another Viking adventure. We look forward to others in the future.

 


Brittinie from Dallas, TX said:

Thanks again for everything! You were so wonderful and we appreciate everything you did to make our vacation wonderful! We are already thinking about our next vacation and will go through you to coordinate and of course recommend you to our friends and family!

 


Diane from Coppell, TX said:

Thought I'd take a few moments and let you know how this portion of our trip went: WE WERE ALL THRILLED!!!! Fr. Patrick kept saying "We saved the best for last" and "What a wonderful end to our trip"!!! We all really appreciated the planning and work you put into our extra trip!

 


Debbie from Grapevine, TX said:

So basically, I really have no negatives & many positives to give to you. I have to tell you that going into the trip, Doug was a little anxious because he is accustomed to making his own travel arrangements & had felt like he was "not in charge." But he said you could not have done better with the arrangements, so that is a huge compliment from him!

 


Eleanor from Dallas, TX said:

I much  appreciate you're being right on the ball, looking after me and understanding my needs and problems. It's what makes you the VERY BEST travel agent.

 

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It was 1869. Ten men in four boats were about to embark on a journey that would cover almost 1,000 miles through uncharted canyons, and change the west forever. They were led by John Wesley Powell, a professor who had lost his right arm as an officer during the Civil War. Three months later only seven of the original company plus their one -arm Civil War hero-leader would emerge from the depths of the Grand Canyon at the mouth of the Virgin River. Powell became a national celebrity, as famous in the United States as Neil Armstrong would become after walking on the moon – a feat that occurred, coincidentally, exactly a century later.