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Douglas County seniors plan Panama Canal cruise

No single cruise experience is more memorable than a transit through the Panama Canal. In eight hours leave the Atlantic transiting the three immense locks of the Panama Canal and cross the largest, 21-mile-long man-made lake in the world, fondly called the “big ditch.” Join the Silver State Tumbleweeds travel group March 31 to April 17, 2003, Panama Cruise covering more than 40 miles of water with a minimum depth of 41 feet. Opened in 1914, the canal took 10 years to build and 400 years to get started.

Prices start from $1,924 per person and include air, taxes, bus from Carson Valley and a pre-night in Miami, Fla. Singles can be matched with like room mates. Bus pickup in Tahoe will be provided.

For more information and a flyer call Esther Hildebrand, tour escort, at (775) 267-2312 or Douglas County Senior Center at (775) 783-6455.


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