Tour Photos

Canyon Country

Mary Beth Kurasek and the group stopped at Zion National Park

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Golden Princess Alaska 2019

 

Mary Beth Kurasek and the group stopped on the way toPrincess Denali Wilderness Lodge. Nice looking backyard!

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Urbana High School March 2019 to New York City for DCINY

 

"If you are looking to travel with your school group, I highly recommend Stevie Jay Travel. My A Cappella groups traveled from Illinois to New York, and they took care of so many minute details as well as individualized requests in such a timely manner. They were a pleasure to work with! It's hard to imagine working with anyone else after receiving the thoughtful personal care they provided." - Choir Director

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Urbana High School choir members on stage at Carnegie Hall with other choirs.

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Grand Asia Cruise Tour

 

Started in Shanghai on January 3, 2019 for two nights at the JW Marriott at Tomorrow Square.

Group shown at left on tour & below in the hotel.

Boarded the Sapphire Princess January 5 and cruising through Asia and disembarked at Singapore to stay at The Fullerton Hotel.

Video duration below is 5 minutes & 43 seconds.

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Champaign Centennial Centennial Choir to New York City

Champaign Centennial High School Choir to New York City in February 2018

World War II & Castles 2018

WargamerTour.com's Mercedes Sprinter for our group of 10 parked next to a Sherman tank at Overloon Netherlands, May 2018.

The Road to Rouen ends at a pleasant restaurant. Even our popular driver, Coen (at the far end of the table), played in a wargame at Arnhem.

Excellent guide, Ed Robinson, hops into a "Tobruk" to explain D-Day.

One tour member got to get inside a Tiger II tank turret.

Another great guide, Ruud (at right), who is an author and Dutch soldier arranged for a game on the Bridge Too Far at Arnhem.

Mark, the tour manager/historian (2nd from right), arranged for a bonus feature: a private canal cruise in Amsterdam.

Flabbergasted! A friend asked us to deliver a gift on Mike's birthday in lovely Ghent, Belgium (shown at the game hosted by the Red Barons Game Club situated next to a canal): returning a "lost" tank from 40 years ago when teenage Mike had sold it before joining the Army.

Mark arranged for a surprise lunch opportunity on a British ship, the Princess Elizabeth (below), that now serves posh lunches to commemerate its  saving thousands of English & French soldiers on several round trips across the channel helping to manifest the miracle of Dunkirk.

The group gathers on Gold Beach at Arromanches, the site of the Mulberry, artificial harbor towed from England (parts can still be seen out in the water)