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Greece and Denmark are the destinations for the Human Resources’ annual employee travel programs

The first trip, scheduled to begin Nov. 2, is a week-long stay in Athens priced at $899 per person, including round-trip airfare, six nights of first-class hotel accommodations, round-trip airport-hotel transfers, baggage handling in Greece, daily continental breakfast and all hotel taxes and service charges.

For an additional $799 per person, travelers can opt for an added four-night Greek Island cruise. The price includes one more night in Athens before and after the cruise, plus an inside cabin on the ship and all meals and entertainment onboard. Upgrades to an outside cabin are available at $143 per person.

The second trip, set for March 1-8, features six nights in Copenhagen for $999 per person. The price includes round-trip airfare, ground transportation between the airport and hotel, daily continental breakfast, baggage handling at the hotels, and hotel taxes and service charges.

Optional sightseeing tours are available for both trips.

For information, contact Travel Counsellors Inc. at (800) 572-4049 or (540) 434-1796, or via e-mail at tci@rica.net.


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