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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 10, 1972 THf LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ JSL Day on the Swedes offers bonuses MONTREAL From Octo- ber to May, Canadians who se- lect SlcdthoJm as Ibeir Euro- pean arrival or departure gate- way can enjoy a "Day on the Swede a complimentary pacltage entitling them to a va- riety of free gifts and attract- ions, according to ScamJ'navian Airlines' Tour department here. Sponsored by the Swedish Tourist Traffic Association, a "Day on the Swedes" is avail- able between October 1 and April 30 to passengers on scheduled airlines booked local- ly to make Stockholm their first or last overnight step to Eu- rope. It affords the casual traveler an opportunity lo add country to his itinerary and of- fers a sample of Sweden which may w c 11 tempt him to return for a longer stay. The program embraces a range of offer- ings including a day's free pub- lic transportal'on, an Avis car Tree of rental charge for one day, admission to museums and other attractions, compliment- ary meals and refreshments, gifts of Swedish glass and other crafts, and even a free For Ills business traveler en- route to other Scandinavian des- tinations and especially to the Soviet Union, a "Day on the Swedes1' offers an opportunity to KOA convention BILLINGS, Montana Sev- eral hundred KOA camnground owners and operators Ilirough- out Norlh America recently at- letic'ocl (ho three-day annual convention at Ihe Marriott Ho- tel in New Orleans. Leaders in the camping in- dustry addressed Ihc conven- tion, describing t h c explosive growth of family camping. Op- crnlions for Ihc H172 camping year were reviewed, and Ihe marketing programs for Km prcsenled. relax before business or lo re- cuperate at its conclusion. The enteitainment schedule in ll'c SwecV.sh capital between October and May is filled with opera, drama, ballet and many other events with appeal lo the Canadian traveler. A "Day on the Swedes1' pack- age is available to travelers on scheduled direct flights to or from any Scandinavian gate- way with immediate onward connections lo Stockholm back lo Canada. 'Mini' special lo Los AugcJes by Air Canada Air Canada is offering a scv en- lo nine-day special "mini1 excursion fare to Los Angeles from Easlern Canada's gale- way of Toronto and Montreal. The special excursion, effec- tive for a five-week period be- tween October 31 and Decem- ber 7, allows travel between the I w o Canadian points and Los Angeles on Tuesday, Wednes- day or Thursday. Round-trip are SIOG Montreal and from Toronto com- pared with the cu-rent seven to 30-day excursion fares of S267 from Montreal and S229 from Toronto. The special fare must be purchased raven days in ad- vance of travel. Visit London and Mediterranean The best of two worlds MONTREAL Air Canada and UOAC arc using their vast route networks to give Cana- dians bound tor Europe this winter [he hest of two taste of London theatre life combined with a short stay at a Mediterranean resort. The "Beechbreeze" tours of- fer either two- or three-week hou'cays divided between Lon- don and the traveller's choice of resorts in either Spain's Costa del Sol, Majorca, (lie Canary Is- lands or Tunisia in North Alri- ca. People of Poznan most hospitable a An important scientific and cultural centre, Poznan is also one of Poland's leading Irade centres, with its annual inter- national Trade Fair attracting visitors from all over Ihc world, and ils Spring and Autumn home fairs. Bool K Oil B.C. A TIME FOR REIAXING Al Ihe end of a day's ski a warm fin rurroundings with friends all adds up lo a memcrab'e experience I Big Sky Ccunlry. and comfcrlable i Mcnlona, the OPENS CANADIAN OFFICE The Antigua Tourist Board opened its first Canadian office in Toronto. Al present, atoul 7.000 Canadians a year visit Antigua, exclusive of i cruise ship passengers. Lest seller in Germany OTTAWA Large numbers of Germans are now reading Canada's Pacific West. and will soon be able to read new books about other areas of the country. The current book. Traumland Biitish Colum- bia1' (British Columbia A was w i 1 1 c n by j A. E. Jo'nann. qrai this cd snowmobile. The Fcenic win- It lias been on the market for you lo its fantaslic i K-JSOJI iviih cross-country Iv beauty of Yclloivslone offers i about u months. The first ed- winlerlime playground with] alpine skiing by helicopter ar.cl unusupl displays cf sr.ow-sculp- 1 '''on o[ copies WM sold magnificent mountain scene -y, i Thiokol snow cats. Accommo- 1 lured trees and artistic designs out willing Iwo weeks of publi- uiirivalcd dry powder ski slopes rlalions arc available now at -i i i ouns HELENA. Mor.t. Montana man on U.S. bccions 191, and old wesiorn hospitality at ils bssl. Whether it be alpine 01' cross-country skiing, snow- mcbilijig, tobogaiurjig, ic? skal- cr ji'sl sledding with the nature's wonders. In add'- caUon. and a edillon of lion, you'll be abb to see and has just been released. photograph abundant wildlife: u llas b3cn as the complex whose lifts and lows are scheduled lo be com- Mo-e and more w'mler enlhu- (do. coyolc and' v.-'aierfowl. ''.ermany wilb almost half sbsls are licadinR tor Won-j chiding the immnoior. million members. moose, elk. dec-, anlclnpc. buf- i lllc Month' by a club! rare trumpeter _____ family, you can be assu-cd of wide open spaces lo en- j swan, Cauadia.-i geese and memorable experience _in j0y ihc economical and in- many spjcics of ducks. Winter HAWAII AM..A. travel service laid we'rt important clients; so they're snapping our piclure! For the best in HAWAIIAN HOLIDAYS at tOW, LOW PRICES book your if PLEASURAMA (C.P. Air) if FUNSEEKERS (Ward Air) if SUNFLIGHT (Pacific Western) Wilh A.M.A. World Travel. Weekly CM if Q departures from Calgary. Fares from A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 606 5th AVENUE SOUTH ALL INQUIRIES WELCOME Phone: 328-1181 and 328-7921 Montana's Great Winter Es- Ski dry powder snow in such prime Rocky Mountain areas as The B'p Mountain, Whitefish; 'Snow Bowl. Missoula: Bridge: i tiozoman: Red Lodge 1 Mountain. Red Lodge. Montana. These areas offer all types ot skiing seven days a week modern lifts and enjoyable' accommodations ranging from clninc lodging to hotel and mo- let u n i L s. Go fc-nowmobilinp i along Montana's hundreds of miles of marked snowmobile trails. If you've a racing buff, Montana's maior winter areas, (such iis West Yellowstone, offer nii'iiy snowmobile events in- cluding Ilic Annual Western Snowmobile Association Round- up for trail riding and racing. Eif1, Sky nf Montana, spear- headed by Chcl Huntley and lo- cated -JO miles soulh of Boze- crcasingly popular sport of touring. Bring your own equip- ment or rent when you get head for Hie sunny, snowy ouldcors enjoy Ihc thrill of ths get-away feeling per- haps you'll not see another soul an entire day of outing. Then after sion, your excur- enjoy the warm fire- places, tantalizing fcod and gocxl Montana Old West hos- pitality from your favorite inn- keeper. A great new expedience awaits you during snowlime in Yellowstone National Park. Three of the winter entrances to the arc in Montana offer- ing you a chance lo sec the spectacular thermal activity of the nation's oldest and largest national park from your own snowmobile or during a tour ahoa a Ycllowslor.e Park Company 12 passenger, hcal- Yellowstone is indeed a "World Apart." With the success of the book. t ?.Ir. Johann plans lo do books on the Atlantic provinces. i and Quebec, and the midwest and north. History and Iradc have baan i intertwined in this city since Ihe Slh century. Perhaps this is why the pecpJe of Poznan arc noled for Ihc great hospitality shown to foreign visitors. Poznan in- vites its guests to visit Ihe Op- j era, the Philharmonic, Ihe con- cerls of Ihe renowned Boys' Choirs, (lie inlenialional Violin Compiititior.s, and the museums houring fine collections of art, medieval and modern, and tapestries, sculpture and his- torical treasures. Like many c i I i e s of Poland, Poznan is a place of contrasts i glorious ancient palaces and castles, mansions, calhe-1 dral and churches, and mu scums are everywhere In fronl of Ihc historic Town Hall, a Re- naissance building of unusual beauty, arc a IGlh century pillo- ry and a Baroque fountain. In contrasl are Ihe handsome new buildings cf Ihe mosl modern' archileclure, the broad spacious avenues, parks. Botanical Gar- dens, the magnificent Zoological Gardens, lakes and rivers. Excursions from Poznan will lake you easily lo resorts out- sic'-3 Ihe city, where ;ou can in- dulge in sailing and wafer sporls. even camp ing if you wish: lo a Nalional Park forest i region of lakes, liiU" and beaches; and circle lours will' enable you lo lake in a num-' her of Polish towns with medieval castle museums and monasleries. The package includes return economy fare between Canada and London, first class hotel accommodalion" throughout, re- turn fare between London and I h e Mediterranean resort, breakfast in London and three meals c'aily at the resort, trans- i fers belwcen airporls and hotels I and two tickets lo London the- atrcs. I The Mediterranean resort ho- I lels, most of which are located f on beaches, offer excellent holi- 1 day facilities, including contifl- I cntal and English cuisine. In London, the new Tara Ho- tel, located just off Kcnsinglon High Strccl, will be tour head- quarters. The two-week lour provides six nights in London and seven nighls al Ihe resorl with prices beginning at S414 per person from Montreal andi from Toronto. Seven nights in Lon- don and fourteen nights accom- modalion al a rcsorl arc in- cluded in the three-week lour, w i t h prices beginning at from Montreal and 54E2 from Toronto. The tours are available from November through March and may be booked through travel agencies or any Air Canada or BOAC office. New national park A Ihird national park will be developed in Nova Scotia, about 40 miles east of Halifax. A re- cent announcement said lhal Ship Harbor National Park, along Ihc coasl, will be devel- oped over Ihe nexl 10 years al a cost of about S20 million, ft will cover 225 square miles. Europe, Britain and Ireland Information Brochures dour SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT Continuous entertainment plan of Expo '74 director SPOKANE Entertainment I at (lie 197-1 exposition has been placed in the hands of a vet- eran cf film nnd television pro j duct ion. i Thomas F. Jennings has as-; sinned the position ot director of the visual and performing j arts at Expo '7-1. j The fo'incr pro- ducer ard casting director j cnnies to Spokane from Los An- i pi'les. wliL're ho has ;iad an ex- i career as producer and director cf Iclc- vision iind movie productions. 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