Landfall Travel, the official travel agency of the UTU Alumni Association, is offering two trips to Transportation Division members and retirees in the coming year.
The first offering is an Alaskan cruise aboard the Golden Princess. This eight-day cruise leaves from Seattle, Wash., July 19, 2014, and features time spent cruising Glacier Bay National Park and stops at the ports of Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway and Victoria, B.C., Canada. The cruise returns to Seattle, July 26.
For those not yet ready to end their vacation travel, or for new travelers, a second eight-day tour is being offered from July 27 to Aug. 3, exploring the Pacific Northwest and California. It begins with a sightseeing tour of Seattle, followed by a visit to the Mt. St. Helen’s Visitor Center and an overnight stay in Portland.
Next, travelers will see Mt. Hood, the Columbia River Gorge, Bonneville Dam and Cascade mountains. Finish the night off with a dinner cruise along the Willamette River and Lake Oswego. Other points of interest include a cruise up the Rogue River, explorations of Bandon State Natural Area, time spent at the Redwood National Park, crossing of the Golden Gate Bridge, as well as time spent in San Francisco and more.
Interested parties can contact Landfall Travel directly at (440) 799-8977 or (800) 835-9233 for more information. All are welcome; you do not have to be a member of the Alumni Association to enjoy these excursions.
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