SPANISH WINE, GOURMET CUISINE AND CULTURAL EXPERIENCE
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th – MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th
HOWARD FRIEDMAN – SPANISH WINE IMPORTER
42 YEARS OF WINE EXPERIENCE
10th ANNIVERSARY TOUR YEAR
Each time I visit Spain during the tours my passion for the country and all of its many unique qualities grows even stronger. I think that I have been able to capture the most extraordinary experiences, the most incredible winery visits, and the most wonderful dining experiences imaginable, but each time I go I find that indeed I can go home again! Always new things to see, exquisite meals to enjoy, and extraordinary wines to savor with fellow travelers.
Having the tour start in Santiago de Compostela has provided new opportunities to more deeply explore Galicia and savor its very special cuisine. Visiting with Casar de Burbia in Bierzo adds a perfect glimpse of a small winery passionately producing a very small quantity of superb wines. The boat ride to the “bateas” in O Grove has proven to be a delicious prelude to one of the most extraordinary lunches I have ever had at a tiny, one Michelin star restaurant in Cambados.
Join me for a unique and extraordinary 14 day tour of the wine country in Northern, Western, and North Central Spain. Along the way, we will enjoy the lush countryside of Galicia; tour the cathedral at Santiago de Compostela; taste our way through Spain’s most extraordinary bodegas in Rias Baixas, Ribeiro, Bierzo, Txakoli, Rioja , Ribera Del Duero; and now, Rueda; and dine on incomparable regional cuisine. During our stay in the Basque Region, we will enjoy a guided tour of the Guggenheim Museum, learn Basque cooking techniques at a cooking class in San Sebastian, and visit Bodega Katxina, a Txakoli winery of very high quality Txakoli along the banks of the river Oria. We will end our journey in Madrid at one of the world’s finest hotels.
For those who know only a little about Spanish wines and for those who wish to visit the cellars of world renowned wineries, you will find that the learning experience is extraordinary! We will visit the vineyards, taste in the cellars and learn to appreciate the wide variety of flavors one finds in both red and white Spanish wines. All of these experiences amid the lush countryside and storied history of the land and its people.
I have put together a tour that is much more than a time to take pictures and walk through quaint towns. It is a tour where you will be invited into a world of very special people who have created extraordinary wines. You will experience Spanish cuisine at its freshest and in its most amazing settings. And you will visit some of the world’s most astounding cathedrals and exquisite galleries. There will also be time for quiet walks on your own; dining experiences to savor by yourselves – a rich tapestry of encounters in every village and large city. Touring on your own at your own pace with suggestions from Antonio and me will help you get the most from your experiences in a very personal way.
All of the last tours were a fantastic success for many reasons: the quality of the wineries that were visited; the 4 & 5 star level of hotel accommodations; the wealth of information that was provided about Spain’s fascinating culture; and the superb cuisine and wine tasting experiences that were included in the tour price; and finally the smallness of the group and the personal attention given to assuring that each guest was highly pleased with their experience.
Previous tours have all included a lovely day in San Sebastian in the Basque country, where we will have a gourmet cooking lesson with a Basque Chef; but this year’s itinerary will make your visit to Spain even more special:
- A wonderful addition to our experiences is a chartered boat ride in a Galician estuary, “ria” in Spanish,for a visit to a floating barge called a “batea” from which mussels, oysters and “vieras” (scallops) are harvested. Afterwards we will have lunch at Yayo Daporta in Cambados whose chef was the youngest chef to win a Michelin star and was also featured on Spain’s version of Top Chef.
- We will travel through the picturesque valley of the river Sil to Carracedelo in Bierzo where we will enjoy a tasting of wines from the vineyards of Casar de Burbia and afterwards, we will visit their extraordinary, hillside vineyards along “The Way of the Cross”. These wines have received notable reviews from The Wine Advocate; The Wine Spectator and the prestigious Penin Guide of Spain.
- For 2020, Bodegas CUNE has been added in Rioja and Javier Sanz in the white wine producing region of Rueda. At CUNE, you will tour their amazing cellars and barrel making facility and taste a wonderful array of their wines. At Javier Sanz, the incredibly old Verdejo vines and the newly resurrected Malcorta grape clone will be discussed and tasted. We will then enjoy a tapas lunch at the winery.
On our way to Bilbao we will stop in Santillana del Mar for lunch and in Castro Urdiales to enjoy a seaside stroll before we reach Bilbao.
In past years we have only had 2 nights in Madrid. For 2019, I have added an extra night in Madrid so that there are now 2 full days as part of the tour. We will be staying at the spectacular Wellington Hotel in the exclusive Salamanca shopping district; close to the Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen Bornemisza museums.
On the final leg of our journey, it was sometimes the case that we arrived too early in the day for all of the rooms to be ready for us at the hotel in Madrid. I have added a stop in Segovia as we travel south from La Seca to preclude that happening. In this lovely city you will be able to see a 2000 year old Roman aqueduct that is still in use today; and walk through what Frommer’s Guide has called the “…most spectacular Alcazar on the Iberian Peninsula..”
THE TOUR IS DESIGNED FOR 20-24 PEOPLE
SEPTEMBER 12th (Saturday) – Depart USA
SEPTEMBER 13th (Sunday) - Arrive Santiago de Compostela. Transfer to Hotel NH Collection will be arranged for those who arrive in Santiago on the mid-day flight from Madrid. The rest of the day is at leisure.
OVERNIGHT HOTEL NH COLLECTION, SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN
SEPTEMBER 14th (Monday) after breakfast, we will take a short ride to visit the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela that has been the final destination for travelers on “The Way of the Cross” for centuries. It is without doubt breathtaking in its size, its architecture and glorious artwork. Your ticket and guided tour are included. There will be plenty of time for lunch before we depart for O Rosal and a tasting and tour at Altos de Torona, a truly exceptional producer of the Albarino, Paloma de Plata. Later we will journey to the Parador of Baiona where we will enjoy a cocktail hour and wonderful dinner together. The Parador is located on its own peninsula just a short walk from town and is one of the finest in all of Spain.
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN – COCKTAIL HOUR AND DINNER ARE INCLUDED
OVERNIGHT THE PARADOR IN BAIONA
SEPTEMBER 15th (Tuesday) – After breakfast we have a short ride through the lovely countryside around the Galician estuaries to O Grove. A chartered boat will then take us for a visit to one of the bateas (barges) moored in the river. You won’t believe the size of the freshly harvested mussels that we will have as an appetizer. Upon returning to the dock, we will drive to Restaurant Yayo Daporta, a Michelin starred restaurant in Cambados, for a sumptuous multi-course lunch paired with the sommelier’s choice of regional wines.
After lunch we will return to the Parador. Later in the afternoon you may want to take a walk into town where you will find some lovely shops and fine seaside dining if you’re still hungry!
GOURMET LUNCH WITH WINE PAIRINGS INCLUDED – DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE PARADOR IN BAIONA
SEPTEMBER 16th (Wednesday) After breakfast we will depart for Ponferrada, but along the way we will stop for a winery tour, tasting and delicious lunch at Bodegas Do Campo in Ribadavia.
During your tour, you will see some exquisite architecture, beautiful landscapes and fine art. You will come away with a deep regard for Spain’s culture and an in-depth knowledge of the wines of Northern Spain, but the visit to Bodegas Do Campo, I think, will be one of your most memorable experiences. The Docampo family has updated a 400 year old farmhouse across from the winery, and it is here that we will enjoy our tasting and lunch.
Depending on the weather, you may have the experience of seeing the white grapes Godello, Treixadura, and Torontes being sorted and gently sent along their way to becoming wine.
The growing region here is Ribeiro and the delicate flavors of these wonderful grapes are kept fresh and bright through cold fermentation and stainless steel finishing. The winery also makes a delightfully soft, vibrantly fruity red wine that also is finished in stainless steel.
Lunch will include some very special dishes for which Galicia is most famous and the table will overflow with wonderful aromas and sumptuous food and wine.
After lunch the road will take us through some of Spain’s most glorious scenery as we travel through the wine growing region of Ribera Sacra finishing in the D.O. of Bierzo
The rennovation closure of the Parador in Leon for two years has given us the opportunity of visiting the old town of Ponferrada where the Arroi Bierzo is located on the plaza mayor.
WINE TASTING AND LUNCH ARE INCLUDED - DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMODATIONS AT THE AROI BIERZO
SEPTEMBER 17th– (Thursday) Today we will enjoy a tasting and vineyard visit at Casar de Burbia in Carracedelo, Bierzo. The Mencia and Godello wines made here are some of the best in the entire region because the vineyards from which they come were so meticulously chosen by Isidro Bello’s grandfather. Some of the root stock of these vines is over 100 years old. There is great power in them and even the Penin Guide which is Spain’s most prestigious wine publication has given them extremely high praise. The winery is small and “work a day” but the tractor ride to the vineyards will give you a unique perspective on why the quality is so high.
After our visit we will travel a short distance to Ponferrada where we will have lunch at Venecia Restaurant. Last year was the first year that we enjoyed a group meal at this remarkable restaurant. It is really the back half of a traditional bar, but its unusual menu features a very long list of steaks from around the world: Chile, Argentina, USA, Kobe Beef, etc. They are done to perfection on a grill and it’s a nice counterpoint to the Spanish menus that we have had and will have during the rest of the tour. The menu is being worked out, but last year, the meal was FANTASTIC! A steak lover’s dream of a restaurant!
After lunch, an hour’s bus ride is just enough time for a light nap before we reach the wonderful city of Leon.
Once the center of a great kingdom, Leon is today a uniquely Spanish town with one of the most exquisite cathedrals in all of Spain with an array of stained glass windows dating from the 13th century soaring to over 100 feet whose vibrant colors have survived 8 centuries. One of Gaudi’s earliest buildings is located here. After the cathedral visit, stroll through the city for a short while enjoying the tradition of the Spanish custom of the paseo. We will return to Ponferrada at the end of the day.
WINE TASTING AND LUNCH ARE INCLUDED - DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE AROI BIERZO PONFERRADA
SEPTEMBER 18th (Friday) After breakfast we will travel to Bilbao and along the way we will stop in Santillana del Mar and Castro Urdiales. Castro Urdiales is a seaside village where we will have time to visit the soothingly beautiful harbor and a lovely cathedral. Santillana del Mar, where we will stop for lunch, is a perfectly preserved medieval village that Jean-Paul Sartre called “the prettiest village in Spain”. Wander through this lovely village making sure to notice the tiny terraces adorned with family crests and lovely flowers. Visit the monastery and enjoy lunch in the Parador or one of the many other cafés that line the streets.
WELCOME TO SPAIN’S BASQUE COUNTRY
The quality and style of Spanish kitchens where young chefs prepare ground breaking menus is extraordinary, and in Bilbao and San Sebastian you will find some of the finest cuisine in the country. Dining on your own in this city can include some of the most exquisitely prepared dishes in Michelin “starred” restaurants that you will ever experience or simple “pintxos” at a more moderate price. The restaurant in the Guggenheim itself, Bistro Guggenheim, is a one star Michelin restaurant. There are 3 Michelin starred restaurants in or nearby that are in the world’s top 10.
Instantly hailed as the most important structure of its time and “…a magnificent example of the most ground breaking architecture to have come out of the 20th Century. It is an innovatively designed architectural landmark that creates a seductive backdrop for the exhibition of modern art.” Your ticket and guided tour are included in the tour cost.
At the Silken Gran Domine, one of the finest hotels in the Basque country, you will enjoy luxuriously modern accommodations directly across the street from the Guggenheim, and a short walk along the river to many fine shops and superb restaurants in the old town. It is ranked #1 on Trip Advisor’s hotels in Bilbao. We will have some wonderful breakfasts during our tour but, the setting – on one of the top floors of the hotel – is gorgeous!
LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN - ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE SILKEN GRAN DOMINE IN BILBAO
SEPTEMBER 19th (Saturday) – Today is a day with nothing on the schedule; a day to relax and have a late breakfast, stroll through the Old Quarter of Bilbao or take a short bus ride to San Sebastian to visit this lovely city filled with pintxos bars and wonderful shopping. Antonio and I can help with any suggestions you might need. (www.asadoretxebarri.com)
LUNCH AT ASADOR ETXEBARRI, THE #6 RESTAURANT IN THE WORLD, IS AN OPTIONAL EXPERIENCE IF YOU CHOOSE TO RELAX WITH A 4 HOUR LUNCH!!
A CHANGE IN THEIR RESERVATION POLICY THAT REQUIRES A DEPOSIT. MERRILL WILL SPEAK WITH YOU ABOUT THIS WHEN THE PRICING IS FINALLY SETTLED.
This will be a leisurely day, so you can savor a particularly sumptuous breakfast in the terrace café on the hotel’s upper floor shown below at a more leisurely pace.
LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN – SILKEN GRAN DOMINE HOTEL
SEPTEMBER 20th (Sunday) –
An exciting change to the 2019 itinerary will bring us to Bodega Katxina in the Getariaka sub-region of Txakoli. This amazing, south facing winery at the center of 8 hectares of vineyards is set on a hillside leading down to the Oria River. It was started only 4 years ago and its wines have already been recognized as some of the best produced in the region.
The only grape grown here is Hondarrabi Zuri a white grape that was brought to this region from the northeast of Europe during the middle-ages. Other producers in this region use other grapes in a blend to give nuances to the wine, but Katxina uses only this one grape. The secret to the wonderfully well balanced wine comes from the different vineyard styles and hillside locations that add subtle character that makes this wine so enjoyable. Only one wine is produced here and it is 100% Hondarrabi Zuri.
Like many other wineries in this region, there is a restaurant at the winery with upscale Basque cooking. At Katxina, their restaurant was named to the list of “The Best Luxury Grill Restaurants in the World”!!!
We will taste their wine and enjoy a variety of “pintxos” from this extraordinary winery’s kitchen.
After our visit and tasting we will have time to enjoy lunch and a walk through the lovely seaside town of Hondarribia. In previous years a local festival greeted us!
WINE TASTING INCLUDED – LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE SILKEN GRAN DOMINE IN BILBAO
SEPTEMBER 21st (Monday) - After breakfast you will be able to don your “chef’s hat” as we travel to a “Txoko” in San Sebastian and participate in a gastronomical class which will include a delicious lunch that you can help prepare.
After lunch there will be plenty of time to stroll through San Sebastian before we travel on to Haro for our stay at Los Agustinos and winery visit in the wine producing region of Rioja.
Los Agustinos was a priory founded in 1373 and, before being made over into a hotel, it was a military garrison, a hospital, a school and a prison! It is an amazing building with old fashioned richness of décor and just enough modern touches to make for a perfect stay.
LUNCH IS INCLUDED - DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT LOS AGUSTINOS HOTEL IN HARO
SEPTEMBER 22nd (Tuesday) – After breakfast we will have only a short ride to the world famous Bodega and vineyards of CUNE in Haro where we will enjoy a tour of the winery, and wine tasting. We will return to the hotel after the visit.
WINE TASTING INCLUDED - LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT LOS AGUSTINOS HOTEL IN HARO
SEPTEMBER 23rd (Wednesday) After breakfast we will travel to Bodegas Valduero for a tour of the cellars, a wine tasting and lunch. A multi-course gourmet lunch will be served with meticulously paired wines. These wines have often received 90 points or higher from Robert Parker, and your tasting and vineyard tour will be guided by Yolanda Viadero, the winemaker and daughter of the winery owner, and/or the export manager.
In past years, our lunch at Bodegas Valduerowas one of the highlights of the trip. The whole range of their wines were opened and paired with an incredible lunch served at the winery. The guests enjoyed the wines so much that they ordered several cases of wine which they purchased when they returned to the U.S. In fact, there is a very special barrel program that you will learn about. We will then travel back to Burgos to enjoy the rest of the day on your own.
At an elevation of over 2800 feet, Burgos is situated at a crossroad along the Camino de Santiago, the historic “Way of the Cross”. The cathedral in Burgos was begun in 1226 and not finished until 1493! It has been declared a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO and is one of the most extraordinary in all of Spain. In its treasure room can be found a 15th century monstrance that is said to be gilded with gold brought from the New World by Columbus. Here you will also find the tomb of El Cid, Spain’s greatest national hero.
We will stay at the magnificent Palacio de la Merced, a restored 16th century monastery. It’s elegantly appointed rooms are only a 2 minute walk from the historic center of the city.
WINE TASTING AND FABULOUS LUNCH PAIRED WITH VALDUERO WINES ARE INCLUDED
DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT PALCIO DE LA MERCED
SEPTEMBER 24th (Thursday) After breakfast we will travel to Pedrosa de Duero for a tour of the fabulous cellars of Pago de los Capellanes and a tasting of their very special and highly rated wines from Ribera del Duero and now, some delicious Godello white wine from Valdeorras.
In the 14th century, a chaplainry existed in the village of Pedrosa de Duero just 1 mile away. The villagers donated small parcels of land to the chaplains for their work and,
over time, these holdings became quite large. About 500 years later these lands were given back to the village, but they retained the name “Land of the Chaplains”. The present owner, Paco Rodero, purchased the lands from the village and built a magnificent winery using the finest equipment and the most perfect cooperage to make some of Ribera del Duero’s finest wines. Diego Cebrian, the export director and Julio, the assistant wine maker will lead the tour and the tasting.
These wines have consistently received extraordinarily high praise from the world’s wine press and in the past have been among those wines on the Wine Spectator Magazine’s “Top 100” list. In 2012 and again in 2016 this winery was “Winery of the year” for Wine & Spirits Magazine. Afterwards we will return to Burgos where you will be free to enjoy more of the city’s charm.
When we return to Burgos we have arranged for a tapas tour for those who wish to join in. We wanted to give everyone a chance to enjoy what pleased them so we will split up into 3 groups and each guest will pay for their choices individually. Otherwise it would have been a set group of dishes, which may not have included those dishes that will be most enjoyable to you.
Capellanes has only produced red wines for its entire history, but just recently a winery was purchased and vineyards developed to produce white wines called “O LUAR DO SIL” They are made with Godello grapes developed both in stainless steel and French oak barrels. You will enjoy these wines at the tasting in the winery.
WINE TASTING INCLUDED – LUNCH ON YOUR OWN, AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN
HOTEL NH-PALACIO DE LA MERCED, BURGOS
SEPTEMBER 25TH (Friday)
Spanish red wines have dominated the country’s presence in the U.S. market for many years, but lately new winemaking techniques and resurrection of indigenous clones long absent from producer’s references have markedly changed that view of the Spanish wine industry. It is an interesting footnote to the production of white wine in the DO of Rueda that it was with the dedication of the director of Marques de Rascal and his work with a French Oenologist, Emile Reynaud that the production of high quality wine from Verdejo – Rueda’s principle grape – began.
At Bodega Javier Sanz, this dedication to the extraordinary quality of wine that could be produced in Rueda from modern viticulture practices is its mantra. Painstaking work in the vineyards to ensure the best quality grapes and the inclination to intervene as little as possible in the natural winemaking process have assured the production of Verdejo with the delicate, crisp gooseberry flavors for which it is famous.
Javier Sanz has dedicated his winery to the production of wines from pre-philloxera vines and the recovery of varieties that have almost become extinct. His Malcorta wines are the culmination of this effort and represent a style of Rueda white wine that, but for his interest would have disappeared.
A fabulous visit to the original, 19th century winery has been arranged with a tasting of the superb quality Rueda produced there. We will visit the vineyards which are the very special heritage of Javier Sanz’ wines and we will enjoy a tapas lunch at the winery.
After our visit we will travel on to Madrid. If time permits we will stop in Segovia on the way.
LUNCH AND WINE TASTING ARE INCLUDED – DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE WELLINGTON HOTEL MADRID
SEPTEMBER 26th (Saturday)
Free day in Madrid. Antonio and I will be glad to help with suggestions of what to buy, where to buy it and where you can enjoy a lovely meal afterwards.
The Wellington is by any standard a remarkable hotel. This elegant 5 star hotel in the heart of the sophisticated Salamanca shopping area of Madrid exemplifies the ability to frame uniquely modern dining experiences with the highest of old world excellence of service and elegance of setting. Enjoy lunch, dinner, an evening cocktail or even a relaxing swim on the Wellington Terrace. The Kabuki Wellington offers the best sushi in Madrid and is the proud recipient of a Michelin star. The Goizeko Wellington is the result of “a culinary union between Jose Santos and Chef Abel Maretlloti and serves innovative and seasonal Basque Haute Cuisine.”
LUNCH AND DINNER ON YOUR OWN
ACCOMODATIONS AT THE WELLINGTON HOTEL, MADRID
SEPTEMBER 27th (Sunday) Free day in Madrid to enjoy the museums, shop, visit the Royal Palace, throw caution to the wind and take a Segway tour, or watch Flamenco dancing after a visit to the raucous Plaza Mayor.
LUNCH DINNER ON YOUR OWN ACCOMMODATIONS AT THE WELLINGTON HOTEL
SEPTEMBER 28th (Monday) – After breakfast you will need to make arrangements for transfer to the airport for your return flight. Sun Bird Travel can assist you in making these arrangements.
Merrill Dilley of Sun Bird Travel, Marcos Roel of Petrabax Tours, and I have worked long and hard to organize a truly memorable experience for you. Antonio Abastas, our Spanish guide, and I will work even harder during the tour to make certain that you will learn something about Spain and its heritage every day.
I tried to keep the price as low as possible while keeping the quality of the hotels at the highest level. At the end of the day, the difference between top quality hotel accommodations and those of lesser quality was very small, and I know from my own travel experiences that it is the little touches of elegance and style that will forever remain in your memory of the trip.
I truly hope you can join me, because the only thing I enjoy more than a glass of wine is sharing the experience with people who enjoy it just as much as I do.
LAND ONLY PRICE $5699.00 PER PERSON DOUBLE OCCUPANCY
SINGLE SUPPLEMENT ADD $1680.00
A DEPOSIT OF $400 PER PERSON IS REQUIRED TO SECURE YOUR PLACE
SPACE IS EXTREMELY LIMITED AND RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS FOR 20-24 PEOPLE. DEPOSITS SHOULD BE RECEIVED BY JANUARY 31,2020. FINAL PAYMENT DUE BY APRIL 7, 2020.
PRICING IS BASED UPON THE CURRENT EXCHANGE RATE AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL FINAL PAYMENTS ARE MADE. SEE THE WEBSITE AT WWW.HOWARDSWINETOUR.WEBS.COM FOR A COMPLETE EXPLANATION OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS.
BECAUSE WE HAVE TO HAVE A MINIMUM OF 20 TO OPERATE, THE TRIP IS NON-REFUNDABLE.
PLEASE PURCHACE TRAVEL INSURANCE.
- Baggage handling throughout the trip
- Accommodations at all hotels with full breakfast daily
- Non-smoking rooms will be standard
- 1 dinner and 6 lunches (lunches will include fine wine pairings)
- Wine tastings at 8 different wineries
- Entry fees and guide’s fees for the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral and the Guggenheim Museum
- A large, deluxe air conditioned coach throughout the trip with plenty of room to spread out and relax during your rides
- Spanish tour guide fluent in English as well
- Specially prepared handouts for each guest to more fully explain the wines and the Spanish wine culture.
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
- Travel insurance – Purchase within 10 days of deposit to assure full refund – Call Merrill at Sun Bird Travel for details
- Air fare
- If paying by credit card there is an additional charge of 3.5%
- Tips for the Spanish tour guide and bus driver
AS MUCH AS WE TRY TO ASSURE THAT ALL ARRANGEMENTS ARE SOLIDLY MADE BEFOREHAND, CHANGES BEYOND OUR CONTROL MAY OCCUR AT THE LAST MINUTE.
DUE TO SOME ROUGH TERRAIN, STEPS, AND UNEVEN, COBBLESTONE STREETS, THOSE WHO HAVE DIFFICULTY WALKING MAY NOT BE ABLE TO ENJOY ALL ASPECTS OF THIS TOUR.
Checks should be made payable to: Sun Bird Travel Co. and mailed to:
Sun Bird Travel Co.,
1280 Grand Canal Dr.
Naples, Florida 34110
Contact for any questions you may have:
Howard Friedman (240) 401-9342 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Merrill Dilley, Sun Bird Travel (239) 430-2000 Or email@example.com