Results for - August Promotion 2022 #1-Summer Vacation! Which type of luxury barge trip would you prefer?

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A gentle cruise on a hotel barge is the perfect way to discover the very soul of Europe, exploring its wonderful countryside and historical treasures and meeting its many friendly, diverse people. Each hotel barge cruise is for 6 nights and includes air conditioned accommodation, gourmet meals prepared by the on-board chef, fine wines and an open bar and Daily escorted excursions in an air-conditioned minibus to places of interest and private wine tastings. Cruises are generally less than 70 miles in a week, at only 3mph. Cruises are on smaller waterways and canals inaccessible to larger vessels. *We will ask 6 questions about which vacation you would rather go on if it was fully paid for. If you answer all 6 surveys, you will be entered into a drawing for 10,000 Tellwut points (2 US winners, 2 CA winners). Surveys will be posted on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting August 9 . Surveys are only live for 48 hours.*

1. August Promotion 2022 #1-Summer Vacation! Which type of luxury barge trip would you prefer?

Burgundy, France Barge Cruise- The area boasts some of the world's finest wines with around 60,000 acres of sunlit vines and arguably the prettiest canals in France. The waterways wind through the heart of the territory's renowned vineyards, medieval towns, elegant châteaux, magnificent cathedrals, picturesque villages and wonderful local markets. En route, barging in Burgundy guarantees our clients a wealth of sightseeing opportunities.
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Scotland Barge Cruise- For a magical barge holiday, Scotland is hard to surpass. Cruise sedately through the Great Glen between Inverness and Fort William, navigating beautiful lochs and the engineering masterpiece that is the Caledonian Canal. Ancient castles perched on the water's edge, heather-clad hillsides and arguably the finest inland cruising in the world offer an unforgettable experiences on a barge holiday in Scotland. Scotland's legends of the past, the taste of single malt and the mythical inhabitant of Loch Ness all contribute to a magical charm only experienced in the dramatic Highlands.
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08/11/2022 Travel 2773 46 By: Tellwut
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