J o i n F r . G e o r g e D u n n e , S . S . S . f o r a 1 3 - D a yM Y S T I C A L S H R I N E S OFS P A I N P I L G R I M A G EM a d r i d * T o l e d o * S e g o v i a * A v i l a * S a l a m a n c a * A l b a d e T o r m e sS a n t i a g o d e C o m p o s t e l a * L e o n * B u r g o s * S a n t o D o m i n g o d e S i l o sZ a r a g o z a * B a r c e l o n a * M o n t s e r r a tJUNE 14 - 26, 2013$4,630.00 FROM ORLANDO, FL(PRICE INCLUDES ROUNDTRIP A IR F ROM ORLANDO AND $647 .00 FUEL S URCHARGES AND AIRPORT T AXES )THE BOTAFUMEIRO, , S ANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELAMONTSERRAT , S PAINGAUDIS SAGRADA FAMILIA CATHEDRAL , B ARCELONASpiritual Leader: Fr. George Dunne, S.S.S.Group Coordinator: D i a n a M c G i n t y , C T CFor more information, contact Diana at407.620.8380 or

D AY- BY- D AY I T I N E R A R YDay 1: June 14, Fri, Departure from OrlandoDepart Orlando for our overnight international flight to Madrid, Spain. Meals in-flight. (D)© 2012 Google © 2012 Tele AtlasDay 2: June 15, Sat, Arrive MadridBreakfast will be served in-flight. Upon arrival in Madrid, we will meet ourTour Escort and motor coach driver for a tour of Madrid including the RoyalPalace and Plaza Mayor before transferring to our hotel. Tonight we will enjoya Welcome Dinner with wine included before retiring for the evening.Overnight in Madrid. (B/D)Day 3: June 16, Sun, Madrid - Toledo - MadridWe’ll depart for Toledo which sits on a rocky mound isolated on three sides bya looping gorge of the Río Tajo. Every available inch of this outcrop haschurches, synagogues, mosques and houses heaped upon one another in ahaphazard spiral, with narrow cobbled lanes navigating between interestingarchitecture. Toledo is known as the City of the Three Religions or Culturesbecause for many centuries the Christians, the Moors, and the Jews livedtogether in relative equality and peace. The city surrounded by walls hidesgreat treasures: it’s awesome Cathedral, the church of Santo Tomé, theTránsito Synagogue, Santa María La Blanca Synagogue, the superb church ofSan Juan de los Reyes, Puerta de Bisagras, and Puerta del Cambrón, Puertadel Sol. We return to Madrid for free time and dinner on your own. OvernightMadrid (B).Day 4: June 17, Mon, Madrid - Segovia - Avila - SalamancaWe’ll depart Madrid in the morning and travel to Segovia, a medieval walledcity bordered by twin rivers and miles of shaded walks including pedestrianstreets. Here we will visit the St. John of the Cross Shrine and Reliquary in theConvent of Carmelite Friars. Our next stop will be Ávila, a perfectly-preserved11th Century wall surrounds the city where mystic writer Santa Teresa wasborn and whose shrines are a must-see for all Catholic pilgrims! The citydedicated to Santa Teresa has changed very little since the days of the firstwoman to be named a Doctor of the Church. Our visit includes La SantaMonastery, built on the site of the house where she was born and San JoséConvent, the first monastery founded by the Saint along with the Cathedral,San Vicente church, the Incarnation Convent - where St. Teresa became a nunand home to the most comprehensive museum dedicated to her life. Afterwalking in the footsteps of St. Teresa, we will continue to Salamanca fordinner and overnight. (B/D)Day 5: June 18, Tue, Salamanca - Alba de Tormes - SalamancaWe’ll visit the city of Salamanca this morning, one of the most graceful citiesin Spain. For four centuries it was the seat of one of the most prestigiousuniversities in the world. We will have a chance to see many of the city'ssights including the grand Plaza Mayor, the hub of Salmantine life; the vastBaroque church of La Clerecía; the Casa de las Conchas (House of Shells),named after the rows of carved scallop shells symbolic of the pilgrimage toSantiago which decorate its façade and many of the buildings of theUniversity; cathedrals; Roman Bridge; San Marcos and San Martin churches.Afterward, we will depart to the quaint village of Alba de Tormes. Here we willvisit the Carmelite Monastery, where Saint Teresa died in 1582 A.D. and isburied. In the Monastery museum we will view the incorrupt heart and left armof St. Teresa. We will return to Salamanca for dinner on your own andovernight. (B)Day 6: June 19, Wed, Salamanca - Santiago de CompostelaWe’ll depart Salamanca after breakfast for the scenic drive to Santiago deCompostela. Enroute we will visit a monastery for Mass and enjoy a lunch stopalong the beautiful drive. Arrive in Santiago de Compostela, home of St. Jamesfor dinner and overnight. (B/D)Day 7: June 20, Thu, Santiago de CompostelaVisit Cathedral of St. James, one of the finest examples of architecture in all ofEurope. As pilgrims, we have the opportunity to climb the stairs behind thehigh altar to visit the crypt where the relics of St. James are preserved, touchthe central pillar (Portico de La Gloria), view the 'botafumeiro' and admire thewealth of medieval art inside the Cathedral, before visiting the cloistermuseum. Enjoy a stroll on own though the beautiful streets of Santiago deCompostela, the city of the apostle, full of historical buildings and otherattractions. Dinner on your own. Overnight in Santiago de Compostela. (B)Day 8: June 21, Fri, Santiago de Compostela - Leon - BurgosAfter breakfast we will depart the city of St. James and drive to Burgos.During our travels today, we will stop in León for lunch and some free time.This graceful, historic city was once capital of a kingdom, a bastion of Christianresistance to the Moorish conquest of Spain and Portugal – now aforward-looking city which has avoided the ravages of modern development.Unmistakable Spanish with a different feel to anywhere else in the country,making for a rewarding visit. We will continue to Burgos for dinner andovernight. (B/D)Day 9: June 22, Sat, Burgos - Santo Domingo de Silos visit - BurgosToday we will explore the amazing sites of Burgos including the magnificentlimestone Cathedral, the Carthusian Monastery – an amazing example ofBaroque architecture with its Doric arches, ornate sculptures and carvings.Construction began in 1516 and continued for the next three hundred yearsand never completed! The land was confiscated from the monks in 1836 andthe cloister was destroyed in 1842. The monastery community of monks andlaymen lived under a vow of silence, they would spend their days praying,meditating, studying, working, and doing crafts (the rosary beads that theyused to make from rose petals can be purchased in the shop next door). We’llsee Santo Domingo de Silos thought to be a universal Romanesque gem,which has become a center of spiritual and artistic pilgrimage. The monastery,of gothic origin, was razed to the ground by the Arabs, and rebuilt by SantoDomingo, whose remains lie in a sarcophagus that was carved in the rock. Itssensational Romanesque cloister, dates from the 11th and 12th centuries, andhas beautiful capitals with sculptures depicting a variety of themes, resting ondouble columns. We will see eight remarkable depictions from the life of JesusChrist. The monastery managed by Benedictine monks who celebrateGregorian Masses, has a rich library and an 18th-century pharmacy, whichholds a collection of Talavera jars & a lab full of antique instruments. We willreturn to Burgos for you to enjoy dinner on your own. Overnight Burgos. (B)Day 10: June 23, Sun, Burgos - Zaragoza - BarcelonaAfter breakfast we will depart towards Zaragoza where we will visit themagnificent Basilica del Pilar, built in the place where our Lady appeared toSaint James. Tradition says that in the early day of the Church, Saint JamesThe Greater was spreading the Gospel in Spain, but making very littleprogress. He was dejected and questioning his mission. About 44 AD, theVirgin Mary, who was still living in Jerusalem at the time, bi-located andappeared to him in a vision to boost his morale. In it, she was atop a columnor pillar, which was being carried by angels. That pillar is believed to be thesame one venerated inside the Basilica. We will also visit the Cathedral ofZaragoza and we will do a walking tour of the city. Later we will continue ourjourney to Barcelona for dinner and overnight. (B/D)Day 11: June 24, Mon, Barcelona - Montserrat - BarcelonaAfter breakfast we will enjoy a tour of Barcelona including: panoramic views ofthe Harbor area, Montjuic, Plaza de España, and Plaza de Catalunya.Afterwards, continue on a guided walk through the Gothic Quarter to visit thecathedral and view Gaudi's Sagrada Familia, a beautiful, unfinished RomanCatholic basilica of impressive proportions. Later, we’ll travel to Montserrat,home to the dramatically set Benedictine monastery. On a ruggedmountainside we will visit the Shrine of Our Lady of Montserrat. Since the 12th-century, pilgrims have been drawn to the mountain to venerate themiraculous statue of the Black Madonna. According to Catholic tradition, thestatue of the Black Virgin of Montserrat was carved by St. Luke around 50 ADand brought to Spain. It was later hidden from the Moors in a cave, where itwas rediscovered by shepherds in 880 AD. They saw a bright light and heardheavenly music that eventually led them to the grotto and the statue. TheBishop of Manresa was present at the discovery and suggested that it bemoved to Manresa, but the small statue was discovered to be so heavy it couldnot be lifted. Thus the Virgin had indicated her will to stay on Montserrat to bevenerated there. In the 11th century, the abbot-bishop Oliba founded amonastery on the mountain of Montserrat next to one of the chapels wherethe Benedictine Abbey is still preserved. Return to Barcelona for dinner onyour own. Overnight Barcelona. (B)Day 12: June 25, Tue, Barcelona - Day at LeisureA day on your own in this beautiful city for independent activities, shopping, oroptional tours. Farewell dinner this evening. Overnight Barcelona (B/D)Day 13: June 26, Wed, Barcelona - OrlandoDeparture to the airport and your return flights home.

Your Trip Includes:I N C L U S I O N S & R E S E R V A T I O N A P P L I C A T I O N† Round-Trip Air from Orlando† Fuel Surcharges and Airport Taxes† 11 Nights Accommodations at 4 Star hotels or similar:~ 2 Nights: June 15-17, Madrid, Hotel Goya~ 2 Nights: June 17-19, Salamanca, Hotel Abba Fonseca~ 2 Nights: June 19-21, Santiago de Compostela, Hotel Compostela~ 2 Nights: June 21-23, Burgos, Hotel Abba Burgos~ 3 Nights: June 23-26, Barcelona, Hotel Ayre Caspe† Private Transportation by Deluxe Motor Coach† Tour Escort Throughout† Buffet Breakfast Daily† 6 Dinners including wine and bottled water† Local Guides in Madrid, Toledo, Segovia, Avila, Salamanca, Santiago, Burgos, Barcelona† Sightseeing and entrance fees as per itinerary† Half-day Tour of Montserrat Monastery, including coach, local guide and entrance fees† Gratuities for included meals, in room maid service & baggage handling*Based on 1 large bag per person† Private Group Masses daily as requested/confirmed† Flight bag & portfolio of all travel documentsNot Included: Daily lunches, beveragesnot listed, gratuities for local guides, tourescort and motor coach driver. Any itemsof a personal nature. Optional TravelInsurance, available for additional fee andthe Cancel For Any Reason Protectionavailable in addition to the TravelInsurance. See form below for pricing ofinsurance options.For more information contact:Diana McGinty, CTCtelephone:407.620.8380email:mcgintyd@bellsouth.netM YSTICAL SPAIN W ITH F ATHER GEORGE DUNNE, S.S.S ~ J UNE 14 - 26, 2013 ~ $4,630.00 FROM ORLANDO**Items indicated in RED are mandatory**(*please indicate country of passport - if not US)Last Name/First Name, Middle Name (as it appears on passport) Date of Birth US Passport # Passport Exp.1 ________________________________________________________ MM ____ DD ____YY____ ____________________ _________________gender: ⃞ Male ⃞ Female2 ________________________________________________________ MM ____ DD ____YY____ ____________________ _________________gender: ⃞ Male ⃞ FemaleAddress __________________________________________________City __________________________________ State ______ Zip __________Home Tel # _____________________ Cell Tel # _________________________ E-mail (s) _________________________________________________Your name as you want it to appear on Name Tag _____________________________ ⃞ Roommate Request: __________________________________Emergency Contact: __________________________________ Relationship: ______________________ Phone #: ________________________________OPTIONAL:⃞ Private (Single) Room: $846.00⃞ Travel Insurance $253 (per person if sharing a room) $280.00 (per person for private/single room)Office Use OnlyAmandaDM061413⃞ I wish to DECLINE the Travel Insurance⃞ I am purchasing Cancel For Any Reason Protection for an additional $199 (*Only valid if purchased in addition with regular travel insurance!)For details please review back of flyer or request information sheet from DianaPAYMENT OPTIONS:Please enclose $400 per person (include an additional $253 or $280 per person if purchasing travel insurance) *select one of 2 payment options below⃞ Check:x ____ people = $ ___________ Check #: ____⃞ Credit Card: ⃞ American Express ⃞ Visa ⃞ Master Card ⃞ DiscoverCredit Card #____________________________________________ Exp Date ____________ Sec. Code ___________ Charge Amount $ ___________*Please select one of the 4 options below⃞ charge my deposit now & the balance due 75 days prior to departure⃞ automatically charge my balance 75 days prior to departure⃞ charge my deposit & insurance now & the balance due 75 days prior to departure⃞ charge my total trip costs nowPlease make checks payable to: Travel Mania Vacations | Full payment is required 75 Days prior to date of departure - March 30, 2013*Signature _________________________________________________Date ________________________Completion of this form with payment constitutes your acceptance of all terms and conditions as states on the back of this brochure.Please Mail Reservation & Payments to: Diana McGinty, CTC, 1518 Eagle Nest Circle, Winter Springs, FL 32708

DEPOSIT AND REGISTRATION A $400 per person deposit isrequired with a completed reservation application includingpassenger's full name (as it appears on passport), mailing address andtelephone number. Full payment is due 75 days before departure date.If a booking is made within 75 days of departure, full payment isrequire at time of booking. 206 TOURS will automatically bill allpassengers for traveler's insurance unless it is declined at the time ofreservation or in writing by the participant.FORM OF PAYMENT Personal/Bank/Certified Checks areaccepted forms of payment at any time. Personal checks areacceptable if received more than 3 weeks prior to the scheduleddeparture date. 206 TOURS Credit Card Payments (AmericanExpress, Discover, Visa and Master Card). Returned checks will incura $75 service fee. In case of computer or human billing error, wereserve the right to re-invoice participants with corrected billing.PRICE GUARANTEE We can only guarantee prices when and ifthe trip is paid in full and provided that the minimum number of 32participants is materialized. Rates shown are based on double or twinoccupancy. All prices are shown in U.S. Dollars and are calculated oncurrency rates and fares in existence at the time of printing. 206TOURS reserves the right to alter prices at any time prior to departurewithout prior notice if circumstances so warrant. Any devaluation ofcurrencies may effect published price.NOT INCLUDED Items of a personal nature, such as telephonecalls, mini bar, laundry, food, beverages or alcohol not included andnot on regular d'hote menu (these extra items will be billed to youbefore leaving the hotel or restaurant); room service, optionalactivities, and laundry. TRAVEL INSURANCE (optional $253/$280), portage at airports, excess baggage fees and passport fees.LAND ONLY Transfers are NOT included in Land Only costs.From time to time, a tour may be canceled due to non-materialization.If you chose to purchase a Land Only package and arrange your owndomestic or international flights or transfers of any kind. Booked orpurchased items outside of 206tours are sole responsibility of client.Expenses incurred for transfers due to lateness of flights are at theexpense of the passenger and may be claimed for reimbursement fromthe airlines.AIRPORT TAXES, SECURITY FEES, & FUEL CHARGESAirport taxes, Security Fees and Fuel Surcharges are included in thepublished package price. These fees are estimated to beapproximately $647 per person. These charges will be billed withyour final invoice before final payment is due.PASSPORTS, VISAS & TRAVEL DOCUMENTS A valid USpassport is required for travel for US citizens. If you do not have avalid passport please contact your closest passport office. Passportsmust be valid at least 6 months after return date. US or Canadiancitizens do not need to obtain visas for most countries. For all othernationalities please consult the country of travel's consulate. Whenand if visa is required it is passenger’s responsibility to obtain one.Cancellations due to lack of appropriate travel documents will incurusual penalties.FINAL DOCUMENTS Final documents are issued upon receipt offinal payment only and within 2 weeks of departure. Documents arenot guaranteed if final payment is not received on time. Upon receiptof your documents you are responsible to check your itinerary,spelling of your name, dates, times and other important information toinsure their validity.PARTICIPATION 206 TOURS and suppliers contracted forservices reserve the right to refuse to accept or retain any personwhose behavior is deemed likely to affect the smooth operations of atour, or adversely affect the enjoyment or safety of other passengers.206 TOURS, its agents, and suppliers shall be under no liability toany such person for refund, compensation, repatriation or any othermatters arising.RESPONSIBILITY CLAUSE 206 TOURS acts as a tour operator.The suppliers providing transportation, sightseeing arrangements andhotel accommodations for the tour program are independentcontractors and are not agents or employees of 206 TOURS. Allcoupons, receipts and tickets issued are subject to the terms andconditions specified by suppliers. By utilizing the service of thesuppliers, you agree that 206 TOURS will not be liable for anychange in flight or itinerary schedule, strikes, delay, acts ofgovernments, fires, riots, theft, pilferage, epidemics, quarantine,medical or customs regulations, accident, loss, injury, or damage toyou or to those traveling with you in connection with anyaccommodations, transportation or any other services or resultingdirectly or indirectly from any occurrence or conditions u are onboard the aircraft. Neither 206 TOURS and/or agents of the airlinesconcerned are to be held responsible for the late arrival of passengersat airports or resorts due to inclement weather, nor are they to be heldliable for payment or any refund for transfers or unused hotelaccommodations or meals occasioned by such late arrivals at thehotels holding rooms as confirmed itineraries. Passengers must bearall such losses or expenses. To guard against unforeseen health orother circumstances, we recommend you purchase our optionalTRAVEL INSURANCE. 206 TOURS is not responsible forcircumstances beyond its control. In circumstances where tripcancellations resulting from the inability for trip to depart asscheduled, such as cancellations due to acts of war and/or terrorism,war, God, or nature takes place, 206 TOURS is not liable forrestitution. Though every effort will be made to follow the itinerary, itshould be considered as an indication of the tour, rather than acontract of places to be visited. Occasionally local religious holidays,national days, traffic conditions and other events may necessitatechanges in the sequence of visits or the missing of certain visits. Wewill have mass and strive to be in places as indicated. However,Highlights of Terms & Conditionssometimes this is not possible as the site may not be available forMass or itinerary changes are forced upon us. In this case analternative site for Mass will be arranged.SAFETY Please be aware that during your participation on toursoperated by 206 TOURS, certain risks and dangers may arise beyondour control including, but not limited to, the hazards of traveling byboat, train, automobile, aircraft or other means of transportation; theforces of nature, political unrest and accident or illness in regionswithout means of rapid evacuation or nearby medical facilities. If notaccustomed to physical activity, please note that our pilgrimagesinclude some walking tours, with occasionally un-even terrain or upand down hills. You may certainly stay behind for certain parts of thejourney, however, no refunds for unused portions will be made. 206TOURS does not have liability regarding provisions of medical careor the adequacy of any care that may be rendered. 206 TOURS is notresponsible for compensation for cities/sites omitted from theitinerary due to circumstances beyond our control.BAGGAGE Each tour participant is advised to bring one suitcase andone small carry on bag . Please check with your specific airline toverify the size and weight allowances. 206 TOURS is not responsiblefor the loss of, theft of, delay, or damage to a participant's belongings.DEVIATIONS AND CHANGES Deviate and design your ownoptional post-tour at a fee of $75 plus the any additional costassociated with services included in the pre/post tour.CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDSOnce a partial/ deposit or full payment has been made, cancellationswill only be accepted in writing. Cancellation terms will be appliedbased on the date that the written cancellation is received. In additionto a $250 per person administration fee, the following charges apply ifa cancellation is made before departure (per person of total tourprice):60 - 46 days prior to departure 10%45 - 21 days prior to departure 50%20 - 03 days prior to departure 80%02 days prior to departure or no-show no refundAdditionally, once tickets are issued the ticket value isnon-refundable. Requests for a refund must be in writing (mail, faxor e-mail). Phone calls can not be used as a form of cancellation. It isthe individual’s responsibility to confirm 206 TOURS' receipt ofcancellations regardless of their form. Refunds will be issued within30 to 60 days of receipt and pending return of airline tickets andreceipt of written notice of cancellation. Refunds for payments madeby credit card are subject to an additional 3.5% fee. No change ofnames or substitutions are permitted. No cancellation fees will bewaived due to death or sickness.TRAVEL INSURANCE 206 TOURS strongly suggests thepurchase of Traveler's Insurance. Travel Guard Insurance offers awaiver of pre-existing conditions if insurance is purchased at the timeof deposit. Travel insurance can not be purchased after your trip ispaid in full. Travel Insurance premiums are non-refundable. 206TOURS will automatically bill all passengers for traveler's insuranceunless it is declined at the time of reservation or in writing by theparticipant. 206 TOURS is not liable for the policies, decisions,procedures, etc. of any insurance company. It is the sole responsibilityof the passenger to request a brochure, and review the insurancecoverage. Policies and restrictions imposed by the insurance companyare not limited to that which is stated in the brochure. Traveler'sInsurance purchased through 206 TOURS will only cover theservices, expenses, arrangements, arranged by 206 TOURS. Foradditional clarifications, restrictions, etc., please contact the insurancecompany directly.* 206 Tours offers an optional additional protection plan for $199,which permits travelers to cancel for any reason up until the day priorto departure with out penalty. You MUST file a claim with TravelGuard insurance if you cancel your reservation, and if you are deniedreimbursement from Travel Guard for any reason. 206 Tours willrefund your losses in cash in full (not including the insurance andcancel protection premiums). You MUST select this option at the timeof booking and it must be paid with your deposit. You MUSTpurchase standard travel insurance in order to purchase the cancel forany reason protection plan (unless you are a resident of NY). You cancancel your trip up until the day prior to departure for any reason -sickness, change of heart, job loss, or any reason whatsoever-and youwill receive a full refund, minus the small cost of the insurance. Yourrefund will be issued in the same method of payment; check or creditcard. Our plan must be purchased at the time of deposit and inaddition to the regular Traveler’s Insurance as per above. All personsmust file a claim with the insurance company and be declinedreimbursement prior to requesting reimbursement under the cancel forany reason protection plan. The waiver DOES NOT cover anyservices NOT made through 206 Tours. The Waiver Fee does notcover any single supplement charges which arise from an individual’straveling companion electing to cancel for any reason prior todeparture. In this case, the single supplement will be deducted fromthe refund of the person who cancels. Division of this charge betweenthe two passengers involved is solely their responsibility. Ifinsufficient funds are deducted from the canceling client, the travelingclient will be charged the remaining portion of the single supplement.206 Tours can assume no responsibility for and cannot be held liablefor any wrongful, negligent or unauthorized acts or omissions of anytravel agent or travel agency other than that of 206 Tours, Inc. itself,and its own employees. *NY residence are permitted to purchase theCancel or Any Reason Protection Plan independently of the regulartraveler’s insurance upon request.AIR TRANSPORTATION Air transportation is in economy classon IATA-approved carriers. Fares are based on levels in effect at thetime of printing and prices and schedules are subject to changewithout notice. Please visit your airline’s website to review theirspecific terms of carriage and passenger rights information.SEAT ASSIGNMENT Random seats are assigned for all groupparticipants. If you would like to secure a specific seat, or sit with atravel companion please advise us of such request at the time ofbooking, we will make an effort to accommodate you, however wecannot guarantee such requests. If you must have specific seat werecommend you to be at the airport at least four hours prior todeparture and arrange the seat assignment with your airline's gateagent. Bulkhead and exit row seating can never be requested prior tothe day of departure. 206 TOURS can NEVER guarantee any specificseats. Seats are at the sole discretion of the airline and are pendingavailability, pending aircraft and seat map changes.MEALS The trip includes daily breakfasts and 6 dinners, which areserved at your hotel or local restaurants. In case you chose not tohave a meal, there is no refund for unused meals. Although we cannotguarantee, we will try and accommodate special requests.HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Hotel accommodations are basedon twin-bedded or double rooms. 206 TOURS reserves the right tosubstitute similar category hotels without prior notice. In some hotelstriple accommodation is possible, however, no reduction in cost isavailable for triple rooms.SINGLE ROOMS & SUPPLEMENT A limited number of singlerooms is available (on request basis only) at the supplement price.Single rooms provide privacy, but they are in some hotels smallerthan twin or double rooms and sometimes may be poorly located,especially in the older hotels.YOUNG TRAVELERS Travelers who are less than 18 years old onthe departure date must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Due toheightened security, many countries have adopted practices to preventinternational abductions of children. If a child will be traveling withadults other than the parents or with only one parent, it isrecommended that a notarized letter be written by the parents ornon-traveling parent granting authorization to travel including thedates of travel. We also suggest that you contact the appropriateconsulate and airlines because they may have additional requirements.For the purposes of 206 TOURS trips an infant is defined as anyonewho is under the age of 24 months for the entire duration of their trip.A child is defined as any one between the ages of 24 months and 11years for the entire trip.SPECIAL ASSISTANCE You must report any disability requiringspecial attention to 206 TOURS at the time of registration. We makeevery effort to accommodate disabled passengers, but, we cannotguarantee and are not responsible for any denial of services bycarriers, hotels, restaurants, or other independent suppliers. Be awarethat all of our tours are operated outside the U.S. where theAmericans with Disabilities Act is not applicable and facilities fordisabled individuals are limited. Most transportation services,including the touring motor coaches, are NOT equipped withwheelchair ramps or lifts. A qualified and physically able companion(s) must accompany travelers who need special assistance. It is thepassenger's responsibility to arrange for such assistance prior tomaking their reservations. 206 TOURS is not responsible for anymedical condition that occurs prior, during or after the tour.Additionally, airlines are not able to guarantee or provide assistancefor disabled travelers including special seating. Pregnancy,Breast-Feeding, and Travel Pregnant women consideringinternational travel should be advised to evaluate the potentialproblems associated with international travel as well as the quality ofmedical care available at the destination and during transit.SERVICE INQUIRIES If upon returning from your trip, you wishto inquire about any services provided, please ensure that allcorrespondence is received by 206 Tours, 333 Marcus Blvd,Hauppauge NY 11788, within 45 days of the tour completion date.This will enable us to make a timely investigation.TOUR CANCELLATION BY OPERATOR Be clearly advisedthat from time to time a tour departure may be cancelled due to lackof participation. In such case, the operator's sole responsibility is toprovide a full refund. 206 TOURS in not responsible and does notassume responsibility for any additional costs or any fees relating tothe issuance and /or cancellation of air tickets or arrangements notmade through us. Cancellations due to state travel advisories and/orstate travel warnings, Acts of War, War, Terrorism, Acts of God,Natural Disaster or any other circumstance outside the control of 206TOURS, are not the fault of 206 TOURS. Great effort will be made toaccommodate traveler to another trip or to revise itinerary, however,cancellation for any of these reasons will not be eligible for refund.For more informationplease contact:Diana McGint

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