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Sapa Pacakge 1 night at Cat Cat Garden Hotel and 02 days tour

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Detailed itinerary: Day 1: Hanoi – Day Bus to Sapa – Muong Hoa Valley (5km walking, 2-3 hour walking) L,D 6:30 – 7:00: Cat Cat Garden’s driver and guide will pick up you in your hotel and then depart for Sapa. You will have the opportunity to enjoy beautiful scenery of the region on the […]

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Sapa & Mu Cang Chai Package Tour – 4 Days

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Detailed itinerary: Day 1 : Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai 09:00  P.M Pick up at the lobby of the hotel in Hanoi transfer to Hanoi Railways Station for the night train to Lao Cai. Accommodation: 4 berth soft sleeper train cabin. Day 2: Lao cai – Muong Hoa Valley – Lech Village – […]

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Obama looks to boost economic ties with trip to Vietnam

Obama looks to boost economic ties with trip to Vietnam


PBS NewsHour

President Barack Obama's mission in Vietnam and Japan is to build stronger economic and security ties with Asian-Pacific allies anxious about the rise of an increasingly muscular China.

Journey through Vietnam  | HAA Travels – Trips | Harvard Alumni Association | Harvard Alumni

Journey through Vietnam | HAA Travels – Trips | Harvard Alumni Association | Harvard Alumni


Harvard Alumni

In a land of breathtaking natural beauty, abiding tradition, and profoundly hospitable people, rewards abound for the thoughtful traveler.

Hanoi – Ha Long Bay – Sapa – Hanoi (7 days 6 nights)

by admin @ Vietnam Tour – Catcat Garden Hotel

Detailed itinerary: Day 1 : Hanoi Arrival Upon on your arrival, you are welcomed by our driver then the private car will take you to the Hanoi Old Quarter for checking in the hotel. The rest of day, you are free at your leisure. Accommodation: Hanoi Calypso Grand Hotel. Day 2: Hanoi City Tour (B,L) […]

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Honoring SF’s fallen from Vietnam War

Honoring SF’s fallen from Vietnam War


San Francisco Chronicle

Both men were killed in combat, one week apart at the height of a war that tore the country apart. On Friday, the names of Rauch, O’Connor and 166 other men from San Francisco who died in that convoluted, long-ago war in Southeast Asia will be embedded at the entrance of the Veterans Building near City Hall. [...] in the way of so many who have carried arms for their country, the people who put together this memorial hope that everyone who reads those names also takes to heart the Bible quotation emblazoned beneath them: “We went over that wording quite a lot,” said Michael Blecker, who as director of the veterans aid group Swords to Plowshares helped with the creation of the new memorial. “People need to see this, read these names, pronounce these names and even touch these names, and know that this was a life and it was a deep, deep loss,” said Blecker, who was an Army sergeant in the war. The plaque is a replacement for one that was installed outside at the foot of Market Street in 2001, but was ruined by weather and vandalism. Rock-folk singer Country Joe McDonald conceived of and helped create that memorial, then raised the $5,700 needed this year for its replacement. Blecker’s Swords group and Paul Cox, chairman of the American Legion War Memorial Commission, teamed up with him to have the new one installed in the Veterans Building. More research has led to five names being added to the roster, including two who died in a 1969 disaster in which an Australian aircraft carrier accidentally rammed the U.S. destroyer Frank D. Evans, killing 74 sailors. McDonald may be best known for the 1960s antiwar anthem “Feel Like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag,” but as a 1959-62 Navy veteran he has been an advocate for years for those who served in the military. Rauch had just graduated from Sacred Heart High School in 1965 when he started trying to enlist to fight in Vietnam. Poor eyesight got him turned down twice by all major branches of the service, said his cousin John Growney of San Bruno — but the Marines took him on the third try. “He was a smart kid, he wanted to be a teacher, and he wanted the GI Bill to help pay for his education,” said Growney, 72, who also was a Marine in Vietnam. Rauch, as combat radio operator, was a prime target because he was the one calling in coordinates for artillery and bombers to rain hell on the North Vietnamese army troops layered all around them. Ed was shot right through the handset while he was communicating back to the base trying to get us some air support. Snee lives in Colorado and still comes to visit his slain friend’s grave in Golden Gate National Cemetery in San Bruno. Rauch was posthumously awarded the Navy Commendation Medal, and Snee is trying to get medals of valor for others who were in the firefight that day. O’Connor was an Army Airborne paratrooper, and had been posted to Germany and Oklahoma after joining the service upon college graduation in 1963. O’Connor was at a base in Quang Nam Province, surrounded by Viet Cong, when the enemy laid into them with gunfire and mortars. A short time before, the base doctor had taken in an injured Vietnamese woman and baby, treated them and released them back outside the perimeter — and later, soldiers concluded she had drawn a map giving locations of key targets. A product of St. Ignatius High School, he had planned to leave the Army right after his tour in Vietnam and come back to San Francisco to help run the family concrete business. “There was always bitterness later, in in my realization that this beautiful young life was snuffed out at the age of 27,” Ekenberg said. [...] hopefully, people might look at that plaque and say, ‘Hey, I know that name,’ and then go home and look up their yearbook from St. Ignatius High School and say, ‘Yes, that’s him.’ Kevin Fagan is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Names of the 168 San Franciscans who died in the Vietnam War, from the memorial plaque in the Veterans Building: PFC Tony Anderson Baker 20 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Carlos Baldizon-Izquierdo 22 U.S. Marine Corps SSGT Samuel Wayne Bell 33 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Michael Linn Bianchini 19 U.S. Marine Corps 1LT Richard Mcauliffe Bloom 24 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Murry Lawrence Britton 20 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Leonard Charles Burris 19 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Sam Cole Jr. 20 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Gregorio Manese Deocampo 23 U.S. Marine Corps SGT Paul Hellstrom Foster 28 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Harry Paul Gamble 23 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Marcial Bondoc Garcia 19 U.S. Marine Corps 2LT David Frank Garringer 22 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Raymond Carson Griffiths 19 U.S. Marine Corps CAPT James Kenneth Hall 34 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Robert Joseph Henneberg 19 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Rudolph Jennings 18 U.S. Marine Corps SSGT Ralph Martin Johnson 33 U.S. Marine Corps SSGT John William Joys 27 U.S. Marine Corps SGT Leonard William Labowski 22 U.S. Marine Corps PFC George Feodro Lazar 20 U.S. Marine Corps CPL Eloy Felipe Este Le Blanc 20 U.S. Army 2LT Gary Wayne Letson 24 U.S. Marine Corps PFC George Vincent Martinez 20 U.S. Marine Corps SGT William James Mc Taggart 27 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Allan Mendell 21 U.S. Marine Corps SGT Vincent Patrick Murphy Jr. 22 U.S. Marine Corps CPL Reinaldo Salvador Ortiz 20 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Keila Paopao 20 U.S. Marine Corps CAPT Ralph Byron Pappas 27 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Kenneth Parker 21 U.S. Marine Corps 2LT Dorris Edward Patton 34 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Emmett Terence Pringle 18 U.S. Marine Corps SGT George Michael Ramos 20 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Edward Harold Rauch 20 U.S. Marine Corps MAJ Robert William Reed 34 U.S. Marine Corps CPL Francisco Leo Samson Jr. 21 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Laavale Fuatau Tagata 26 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Edgar Wayne Thompson 20 U.S. Marine Corps PFC Matau Toia Jr 19 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Arthur Vernon Vigil 21 U.S. Marine Corps LCPL Jeffrey Raymond Wentzell 19 U.S. Marine Corps PFC William George Wheatley 18 U.S. Marine Corps American Legion War Memorial Commission

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Shaw and Come From Away

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Travac Tours is pleased to announce that it will be offering a special program to see “Come From Away”, the award winning musical about Newfoundland’s generosity during the 9/11 crisis alongside tickets to the Shaw Festival. The Shaw Festival will be featuring “Grand Hotel” on our June 11 departure and “The Magician’s Nephew’’ on our June 18th departure.

Cheap Flights from San Francisco to Vietnam from $482 - KAYAK

Cheap Flights from San Francisco to Vietnam from $482 - KAYAK


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Asiana – $561: San Francisco – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Roundtrip, including all Taxes

Asiana – $561: San Francisco – Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Roundtrip, including all Taxes


The Flight Deal

A good sale to Vietnam. ITA will price this at $668, but using those dates on Orbitz should price at $561 Vietnam introduced a new e-Visa system - take a

Vietnam Social Security Delegates Tour West Coast Pension Systems

Vietnam Social Security Delegates Tour West Coast Pension Systems

by PPI Communications @ News - Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

PPI welcomes the nine-member senior delegation from Vietnam Social Security (VSS) visiting North America, September 12-18. PPI is facilitating their study tour of pension systems along the West Coast...

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Severe Selfie Bragging Rights With This Crazy Affordable China Tour

by Valarie D'Elia @ Travel with Val

If China—and a selfie on the legendary Great Wall of China—is on your bucket list, here’s your chance.  World Spree’s 10-night Middle Kingdom tour is a steal at $1,399,  and it includes round trip air fare from Los Angeles or San Francisco (New York is $100 more); all intra-China transportation; accommodations in convenient, 4-star deluxe […]

AC Bella Sky Copenhagen stay earned free MegaBonus night

AC Bella Sky Copenhagen stay earned free MegaBonus night

by Ric Garrido @ Loyalty Traveler

AC Bella Sky Copenhagen is an architecturally unique Marriott brand hotel in an outlying location between CPH airport and the urban city center. The location made me reluctant to consider this hotel during prior trips to Copenhagen, but Marriott MegaBonus and a relatively low $140 room rate motivated me to give the hotel a try.…

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2015 Summer Roundtable Insights

2015 Summer Roundtable Insights

by PPI Communications @ News - Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

The 2015 PPI Summer Roundtable, held in San Francisco, California, focused on the role of real assets in the modern institutional investor portfolio. Over two days, the topic generated discussion and exploration on the theme, one that has been growing in importance for many of PPI’s members. While some institutional investors have had significant real asset holdings since the 1980s, it has only been the past fifteen years that investors have seen significant expansion beyond real estate... READ MORE

US Tour Operators Reveal 2018 Travel Trends

by Valarie D'Elia @ Travel with Val

USTOA, (US Tour Operators Association) which has a largely baby-boomer clientele, (51 years of age & older) is identifying its travel trends for the new year. Iceland was named top emerging or “off-the-beaten-path” destination for 2018, moving to the top spot from second in last year’s member survey. Colombia followed in second, with Vietnam named […]

Tips on Sleeping in the Airport During an Overnight Layover

by Sharon @ Me Want Travel

Headed to Hong Kong, I noticed last minute that I purchased a flight containing an overnight layover in Beijing. I didn’t really want to venture outside of the airport to explore the city, and I heard it wasn’t abnormal to sleep over in the airport. So I decided to try spending a night in the airport for my first time ever! Tips on Sleeping in the Airport During an Overnight Layover My Story: I arrived at the Beijing airport on maybe 4-5 hours of sleep. I had only slept about 3-4 hours prior to my flight (I have sleep issues), and I only slept a max of 1 hour on the flight. So I was obviously exhausted. It took about 1 hour to pass through security for transfers (Beijing airport lines tend to be long). It was pretty tiring standing in line as I was feeling nauseous from the lack of sleep. I had to find a place to rest! I learned there were sleeping pods in the airport so I took a look. They had one, and it wasn’t taken. So I tried to sleep in this: I ended up being unable to because I kept worrying about how […]

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China and the Economic Integration of Europe and Asia

China and the Economic Integration of Europe and Asia

by PPI Communications @ News - Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

Remarks to the Summer Roundtable of the Pacific Pension Institute by Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr. (USFS, Ret.), San Francisco, California, 23 July 2015

Traveling to Vietnam and Need a Tourist Visa? Read This First

Traveling to Vietnam and Need a Tourist Visa? Read This First


Travel Codex

*UPDATE 2/16/17* Vietnam recently introduced an e-Visa system for U.S. citizens. The process for obtaining a 30 day, single-entry visa is much easier and cheaper now. Click here for more information on how to obtain

4 Steps to Surviving Family Holiday Reunions

by Valarie D'Elia @ Travel with Val

Holidays can be a sweet spot, or can easily go sour when we bring the family together. David Cunningham is senior program leader for Landmark, a world-renowned personal and professional growth, training and development company. His focus is on communication. “We gather at the holidays to celebrate together, to relive happy times past, renew old […]

5 Awesome Places to Drink Beer in SF

by Heesun @ Me Want Travel

I live in SF and I like beer. By no means does that make me an expert, but after having gone bar hopping for the past 6 years (which my Dad still finds hard to believe) and spending way too much dough on booze, I’ve curated a list of bars that are my faves. Whether it’s just to kick one back with your homies or to try new flavors, this list has got something for you. 5 Awesome Places to Drink Beer in SF 1. Biergarten (Hayes Valley, SF) – Perfect for sunny summer days (be sure to still bring a jacket though, for no other reason than this is SF) and with a group of friends, Biergarten always delivers. There are always a few tasty beers on tap, as well as wine and non-alcoholic options. They also feature a smattering of small plates so you can nosh as you drink those steins. Prost! 424 Octavia St, San Francisco, CA 94102 2. Mission Bar (Mission, SF) – If you’re a fan of dive bars, this place is the bee’s knees. They offer cheap beer, have a pool table, booths that you can lose yourself in conversation in, and are cash only. I […]

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Some 2015 Summer Roundtable Photos and a New App Coming Soon

Some 2015 Summer Roundtable Photos and a New App Coming Soon

by PPI Communications @ News - Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

While the PPI website is undergoing a bit of a facelift over the next few weeks, we wanted to share a few images from the Summer Roundtable in San Francisco last month....

This Fall Is A Perfect Time To Visit Croatia

by admin @ smarTours

Imagine a destination where you could get fantastic coastline views, a nice warm breeze and a little bit of sand between your toes. Croatia is one of the best places to vacation because of its ideal location. The Croatian coast is lined with waterfront properties facing the Adriatic Sea, providing an excellent experience of the […]

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7 Reasons Iceland Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

by Heesun @ Me Want Travel

Iceland is a gorgeous country and has been receiving its fair share of hype due to social media. I went in March 2016 and it was 100% worth it, even though it was cold AF (I’m not going to lie to you). Here are 7 reasons why Iceland should be your next travel destination. 7 Reasons Why Iceland Should Be Your Next Travel Destination 1. Waterfalls – Waterfalls are EVERYWHERE in Iceland. It was pretty standard to see at least one an hour when we were driving. Here are just two examples, the first is Seljalandsfoss and the second is Haifoss (the ending -foss denotes that it is a waterfall). 2. Icelandic horses – As you drive around the Ring Road or throughout Iceland’s beautiful scenery, you will most likely chance upon some Icelandic horses. They’re extremely adorable and remind me of ponies. Sometimes, they’re so still that you feel like you’re looking at a photograph, with only their tails blowing in the wind to hint at their realness. 3. Double rainbows on the regular – With its random rains, seeing double rainbows in Iceland is a pretty regular magical occurrence. And being in Iceland, you have the added benefit of a dope […]

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Win A Free Trip To Incredible India

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Have you ever dreamed of taking a trip to India? Is visiting the Taj Mahal on your bucket list? Your dream might just come true! smarTours is offering a free trip to one lucky individual to one of the most culturally rich nations in the world – Incredible India! Your trip includes deluxe and first […]

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How to Plan your Southeast Asia Trip (2015) | Me Want Travel

How to Plan your Southeast Asia Trip (2015) | Me Want Travel


Me Want Travel

Learn how to plan your Southeast Asia trip in three weeks! We did all the heavy researching so you don't have to. 

Tips For Traveling With People With Dementia

by Valarie D'Elia @ Travel with Val

Traveling is a way to relax and recharge, but it can be stressful when things don’t go as planned.  That’s especially true for families who are traveling with a loved one living with dementia.  The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) offered the following tips for people to help make the trip as smooth as possible. […]

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the money-saving airfare search tools


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FareCompare provides robust airfare shopping tools that give you the power to save some serious cash on your next flight. Discover the FareCompare difference today!

Europe July $500-$598 SFO to London, Paris, Rome; LAX to Milan, Mallorca

Europe July $500-$598 SFO to London, Paris, Rome; LAX to Milan, Mallorca

by Ric Garrido @ Loyalty Traveler

All major alliances have California to Europe summer fare deals for July departures. San Francisco to London, Paris and Rome tickets are priced in the $500s round trip. Los Angeles to Milan MXP or Palma de Mallorca (PMI) are other European destinations on sale for July travel. Of course, there are many other months when…

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Global tourism up in 2017, but USA down

Global tourism up in 2017, but USA down

by Ric Garrido @ Loyalty Traveler

UNWTO, United Nations World Tourism Organization, held a news conference last week in Madrid to report global travel increased 7% in 2017 to 1.322 billion international arrivals. This was the strongest global tourism performance in 7 years. Europe up 8% in 2017 to 671 million international arrivals. Southern Europe and Mediterranean region up 13% and…

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5 Greek Temples You Can’t Miss

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Temple Hopping in Greece Aside from its undeniable rich history and fascinating culture, Greece is internationally known for its trademark architecture. Among their many world-renowned landmarks, the Hellenic Republic’s beautiful temples still stand as not only one of the country’s main tourist attractions, but also as a reminder that Greece is one of the oldest and most durable civilizations that has ever existed. In this article we will take a look at five of the most recognizable Greek temples that you should visit if you happen to travel to Greece Temple of Olympian Zeus Ancient History highlights that the Temple of Zeus is one of the largest temples ever built in ancient history thanks to its ambitious layout and distinctively tall columns. Such was the ambition of the temple that it took 700 hundred years to be completed. During its heyday, the temple featured numerous gigantic statues of Zeus made out of gold and chryselephantine. As Athens is likely to be the first stop for any visitor to Greece, the Temple of Olympian Zeus is the best place to start your temple hopping. You can see more on what to do in Athens here. Temple of Athena If there’s one […]

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School of Nursing Shakes Hands in Vietnam

School of Nursing Shakes Hands in Vietnam


University of San Francisco

The University of San Francisco School of Nursing has established a partnership with the prestigious Bach Mai Nursing School in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Adventure to the Galapagos Islands

by admin @ smarTours

Mostly known for their exotic environments and rare species, the Galapagos Islands are nestled near the coast of Ecuador. The 13 main islands that make up the Galapagos Islands are about 600 miles off the South American coast line. Due to the distance from shore, the islands are very isolated and a cruise is the […]

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Best Carry-On Suitcases that Meet RyanAir Requirements

by Sharon @ Me Want Travel

Many people have caught onto the minimalist travel movement. Meaning, more and more people travel with nothing more than a small cabin carry-on. To some, this may seem crazy, but to others it is perfect to pack only the essentials and save money by not checking in baggage! But whether you are traveling with extra baggage or not, a solid carry-on suitcase is still a must! Packing for a trip can be quite an exhausting procedure, especially when you don’t have the right type of luggage. Finding the perfect carry-on suitcase can also be quite daunting, especially for those not into shopping or with a budget. Luckily, we have searched high and low to prepare a ready-at-hand list of our top picks for carry-on suitcases. To make this list optimal for affordable, minimalist travel, we’ve made sure each suitcase is small and light enough for RyanAir requirements. RyanAir is a budget airlines that has strict guidelines on how big and heavy your carry-on suitcase can be before you have to pay more for check-in. RyanAir cabin luggage requirements: a max of 55x40x20cm with a 10kg max weight. (In inches that means: 21.65 inches x 15.748 inches x 7.87 inches and 22.0462 […]

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How A Chevy Equinox Test-Drive Turns Into A Hurricane Getaway Car

by Valarie D'Elia @ Travel with Val

By Valarie D’Elia Under normal circumstances, travelers might create a checklist when preparing for a road trip, but as I learned, you can’t plan for every fork in the road. When I was offered the opportunity to test-drive a new 2018 Chevy Equinox for a trip to the Florida Keys in exchange for a review, […]

The Beatles kick off first U.S. tour at San Francisco’s Cow Palace - Aug 19, 1964 - HISTORY.com

The Beatles kick off first U.S. tour at San Francisco’s Cow Palace - Aug 19, 1964 - HISTORY.com


HISTORY.com

On this day in History, The Beatles kick off first U.S. tour at San Francisco’s Cow Palace on Aug 19, 1964. Learn more about what happened today on History.

40 Years After Vietnam, Retracing a Journey From Saigon to San Francisco

40 Years After Vietnam, Retracing a Journey From Saigon to San Francisco


WNYC

In April 1975, author Andrew Lam fled Saigon for San Francisco. Forty years after the end of the Vietnam War, Lam reflects on his homeland and the formation of his American identity.

Hanoi – Sapa – Ha Giang – Ba Be National Park – Hanoi – 9 Days

by admin @ Vietnam Tour – Catcat Garden Hotel

Detailed itinerary: Day 1: Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai 09:00 P.M: We will be met at the lobby of the hotel in Hanoi and transfer to Hanoi Railways station for night train to Sapa. Overnight on train Accommodation: 4 berth soft sleeper train cabin. Day 2: Lao Cai – Sapa – Off beaten […]

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United/ANA San Jose SJC to Vietnam $596 round trip August-March 2017 - Loyalty Traveler

United/ANA San Jose SJC to Vietnam $596 round trip August-March 2017 - Loyalty Traveler


Loyalty Traveler

This low fare United Airlines ticket from San Francisco Bay Area SJC airport to Ho Chi Minh City SGN, Vietnam is ANA flights to Japan and Vietnam. The airport code SGN reflects the city’s former name Saigon. There are tickets in the $596 to $615 range every month for departures from late August to March…

United San Jose SJC to Boston $77 each way

United San Jose SJC to Boston $77 each way

by Ric Garrido @ Loyalty Traveler

United Airlines has a good fare deal at $77 one way between San Jose SJC and Boston, either direction, for departure dates from February to September 2018. United Airlines  San Jose SJC – Newark EWR – Boston BOS – Newark EWR – San Jose SJC $154.00 round trip  Tue March 13 – Tue March 20…

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Unique Experience Package Tour 3 nights 4 days

by admin @ Vietnam Tour – Catcat Garden Hotel

Detailed itinerary: Day 1: Hanoi – Night train to Lao Cai 09:00 P.M: We will be met at the lobby of the hotel in Hanoi and transfer to Hanoi Railways station for night train to Sapa. Overnight on train Accommodation: 4 berth soft sleeper train cabin of Chapa Express Day 2: Lao Cai – Sapa […]

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Vietnam Social Security Delegates Tour West Coast Pension Systems

Vietnam Social Security Delegates Tour West Coast Pension Systems


Pacific Pension & Investment Institute

PPI welcomes the nine-member senior delegation from Vietnam Social Security (VSS) visiting North America, September 12-18. PPI is facilitating their study tour of pension systems along the West Coast...

9-Night Vietnam Tour From $1,273 With Luxury Flights, Hotels & More — Ho Chi Minh To Hanoi

9-Night Vietnam Tour From $1,273 With Luxury Flights, Hotels & More — Ho Chi Minh To Hanoi


TravelPirates

Experience the beauty and culture of Vietnam with this fantastic nine-night trip that will take you from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi. Travel with a knowledgable guide through some of the country's most spectacular landscapes and exciting cities. Fly from Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York or San Francisco on 4-star or 5-star airlines.…

Eco-Tourism Spotlight: Patagonia

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Over the past two decades, eco-tourism has been one of the fastest-growing sectors of the travel industry. Defined as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people,” this concept appeals to the rising number of people interested in social responsibility, similar to the booming organic food industry […]

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Beijing Tour Package including Shanghai & Xian | smarTours

Beijing Tour Package including Shanghai & Xian | smarTours


smarTours

10 Day China Tours offered & at great prices! Our 'China Sampler' has the top stops of our China tour packages, book now!

Big Promotion Package Tour (Deluxe Group Tour)

by admin @ Vietnam Tour – Catcat Garden Hotel

Detailed itinerary: Day 1: Hanoi – Day Bus to Sapa – Cat Cat Village (5km walking, 2-3 hour walking) L,D 6:30 – 7:00: Cat Cat Garden Hotel’s driver and guide will pick up you in your hotel and then depart for Sapa. You will have the opportunity to enjoy beautiful scenery of the region on […]

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What to Look For in a South African Vacation & Safari

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A trip to South Africa is the vacation of a lifetime, especially if you treat yourself to a safari experience. Tourism has increased substantially in South Africa over the last 20 years since the Apartheid, and the country is now one of the best destinations on earth to visit for its combination of safari and […]

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Travel like the First Lady: Tips for Touring China

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In just a few days, the first lady – or, shall we say, first ladies – will depart on a week-long excursion to China. Michele Obama will be taking her daughters, Malia and Sasha, as well as her mother, to Beijing, Xi’an, and Chengdu to learn about the country’s standards and methodologies for education. POTUS […]

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