T Gozney Thornton’s Tex-Mex Fandango VII 2015

We’re going to have a Fandango! January 10-17

This is the 7th annual Tex-Mex Fandango Cruise, and this year we’re responding to your pleas to go somewhere different! With a new departure city—New Orleans, a destination unto itself—we’re really planning eight days of fabulous fun, instead of seven! Destinations include Key West, Florida and Nassau and Coco Cay, Bahamas.

Legendary Fandango and Texas Tornado musician Augie Meyers once again will honor us as the featured entertainer, and guitarist extraordinaire Jimmy Butler will be slingin’ his guitar all over the Caribbean. The Old Hat Band will hold down the beat and T Gozney will be there to coral the whole bunch into another fabulous FANDANGO!!!

Sign up now before Royal Caribbean decides to raise the prices! Call Shelley at Horizon Vacations at 817-426-6300 or contact her at horizonsvacations.net.

We are planning to book a special hotel in the French Quarter for the night of January 9 before the cruise departs on the 10th. In this way cars may be parked safely and we can walk around the historic quarter, eating great Cajun food and listening to Cajun jazz and blues!

Parties will be held on the 11th and 15th at 8:00 PM with complimentary top shelf liquor, beer, and wine. Don’t miss wig night on the 15th—a true blast! Be creative with your wig and your attire. This IS a blast!!!

Included: Shipboard accommodations, ocean transportation, most meals, some beverages and most onboard entertainment.
Not Included: Air transportation**; transfers**; items of a personal nature, such as shore & land excursions**, specialty restaurant fees, some beverages, photographs, gratuities/service fees, medical services, etc.** You can add these during or after the reservation process.

Stateroom Types Available:

Interior $602 pp* Register Now
Outside $686 pp* Register Now
Balcony $902 pp* Register Now
Deluxe Suites $2049 pp* Register Now

7 Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Royal Caribbean International
Sailing Date: January 10th, 2015
Cruise Line: Royal Caribbean International
Ship Name: Serenade of the Seas
Departure Port: New Orleans, LA

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San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo 2013

 

Old Hat Band Preforming at the 2013 San Angelo Rodeo

Preforming at the 2013 San Angelo Rodeo

 

 

Swingin at the Rodeo 2013

Swingin at the Rodeo 2013

 

Dancing at the Beer Barn

Dancing at the Beer Barn

 

T. Gozney Thornton and Old Hat Band perform at San Angelo Rodeo 2012

The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo are in town!  David and I went to the Rodeo on Friday, February 17, 2012.  What an exciting evening!  We saw a World Champion Bronc Rider try 2 times to get his horse out of the gate.  The horse just shook her head and said ‘No Way’!  The announcer told everyone that she was just like a woman having her moment!  The rider did get another chance on a new horse, but got thrown off.

Then onto the dance in the Beer Barn.  T. Gozney Thornton and the Old Hat Band sang as we all had a Fandango of a Time!  They will perform again tonight and we’ll be there dancing away!

T. Gozney Thornton and the Old Hat Band

at San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo, February 17, 2012

T. Gozney Thornton and Old Hat Band

T. Gozney Thornton

Joe Dianda

Manuel Burciaga

Manuel Cortez

Steve Terry

Sam Douglas has special dance moves

Jerry Ortiz

Lu and Lesley Worsham; Sascha Ranke

Robert and Liz Elliott

Sam and Sheila Douglas

Sascha Ranke and Lesley Worsham

Delores Contreras

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T. Gozney Thornton and Old Hat Band At Stagecoach

T. Gozney Thornton and the Old Hat Band performed at the Stagecoach Saloon and Dancehall on Saturday, February 11, 2012 for several Birthdays…

It was a great time after returning from the 4th annual Tex-Mex Fandango & Blues Cruise!

T. Gozney Thornton and the Old Hat Band

at Stagecoach Saloon & Dancehall, San Angelo, Texas, February 11, 2012

Teresa Gee's Birthday Bash!

T. Gozney Thornton

Teresa and Glenn Gee

T. Gozney and Pam Thornton

Anna-Lena Oldehus with Lesley and Lu Worsham

Betty Brown and Linda Decker

Caroline Koger

Pam Thornton, Mystery Lady and Brandi Becknell

Sandi Brown and Alan

Sarah Lipsett

Mystery Lady

Ramona and David Werst

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

T. Gozney Thornton’s 2013 Tex-Mex Fandango V

Git yer Cruise Boots on for the 2013 Tex-Mex Fandango Cruise V!


T. Gozney Thornton’s
Tex-Mex Fandango Cruise V

January 20 – January 27, 2013

 Listen to the Sea Calling you!

It’s Sunday, January 20, 2013, when we will sail off to the beaches of Cozumel, Mexico; Georgetown, Grand Cayman and a new port Falmouth, Jamaica, before heading back towards the starting gate in Galveston.  If you sign up now, you can assure yourself and your friends a spot on the cruise and you can assure yourself a week of great fun with some classy folks.  It’s an annual event so go ahead and contact Texas Cruise Company today to get your deposit in.

Here’s some of the details:

The Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas is visiting Falmouth, Jamaica!

Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas

 

Western Caribbean

Date                                                        Location                                    Arrive        Depart
Sunday, January 20, 2013                 Galveston, Texas                                               4:30 pm
Monday, January 21, 2013                         At Sea
Tuesday, January 22, 2013               Cozumel, Mexico                            7:30 am         4:00 pm
Wednesday, January 23, 2013      Georgetown, Grand Cayman           10:00 am         6:00 pm
Thursday, January 24, 2013             Falmouth, Jamaica                         8:00 am         5:00 pm
Friday, January 25, 2013                           At Sea
Saturday, January 26, 2013                       At Sea
Sunday, January 27, 2013                  Galveston, Texas                          7:00 am

I have good news!  I have been able to block several cabins, locking in a very good price….you can reserve for just $25 per person, double occupancy through March 1, 2012.  After these cabins at these prices are sold, the price goes up!!!! 

Balcony Cabin
$1,194.15 per person, double occupancy*
(*includes port fees, taxes and 3 private performances with open bar)


Inside Promenade Cabin
$974.15 per person, double occupancy*
(*includes port fees, taxes and 3 private performances with open bar)

3rd and 4th person quotes available

Travel Insurance also available and HIGHLY recommended!

Only $25.00 per person, double occupancy, now through March 1, 2012
Full deposit of $250.00 per person, double occupancy + travel insurance due March 15, 2012
Final Payment due October 20, 2012

Pre-Cruise Hotel at Hilton Galveston Island

If you would like to get down to Galveston the day ahead and relax, we have a

Special Hotel Package at Hilton Galveston Island and free shuttle to cruise port

$144.00 per room + tax

Only 30 rooms available!

Remember free parking at hotel and free shuttle included with room reservation!

Located directly across the street from the pier. Reserve early, there are 4 cruise ships in on that weekend!


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2011 “Best of Galveston” Winners Announced

The Tex-Mex Fandango cruise is almost here!  As of January 4th, it’s only 24 more days!  Get packing, and don’t forget to pack your dancin’ boots…

For our guests that are coming into Galveston the day before the cruise, here are some exciting restaurants, nightlife spots and sights to enjoy:

 

2011 Restaurant Winners include:

Favorite Italian Cuisine: With 3,473 votes cast in the category, Mario’s Seawall won 1st place with 1,206 votes; second place was Mario’s Ristorante with 979 votes

Favorite Place for Coffee & Dessert: With 1,148 votes cast in the category, MOD won 1st place with 401 votes; second place was LaKing’s Confectionery with 309 votes

Favorite Deli or Bakery: With 2,466 votes cast in the category, EATcetera won 1st place with 582 votes; second place was Tremont Cafe with 565 votes

Favorite Mexican Cuisine: With 1,709 votes cast in the category, The Original won 1st place with 570 votes; second place was Salsas with 304 votes

Favorite Greek Cuisine: With 1,538 votes cast in the category, Olympia the Grill at Pier 21won 1st place with 677 votes; second place was Olympia Grill on Seawall with 408 votes

Favorite Continental Cuisine: With 2,132 votes cast in the category, The Steakhouse won 1st place with 623 votes; second place was Bernardo’s with 551 votes

Favorite American Cuisine: With 2,897 votes cast in the category, The Jungle won 1st place with 718 votes; second place was Mosquito Cafe with 487 votes

Favorite Asian Cuisine: With 1,651 votes cast in the category, Sky Bar won 1st place with 455 votes; second place was Yamato with 442 votes

Favorite Barbecue: With 2,348 votes cast in the category, Leon’s Finest In & Out won 1st place with 1,287 votes; second place was Queen’s with 918 votes

Favorite Seafood: With 2,607 votes cast in the category, Saltwater Grill won 1st place with 473 votes; second place was Gaido’s with 429 votes

Favorite Place to Find Locals: With 1,768 votes cast in the category, Shrimp N Stuff won 1st place with 530 votes; second place was Sonny’s Place with 462 votes

Favorite Special Fare: With 1,540 votes cast in the category, The Rainforest Cafe won 1st place with 355 votes; second place was Maceo Spice & Import Company with 283 votes

 

2011 Nightlife Winners include:

Favorite Live Music Venue: With 1,255 votes cast in the category, B. Jigger’s won 1st place with 374 votes; second place was Yaga’s with 305 votes

Favorite Pub / Tavern: With 1,027 votes cast in the category, The Press Box won 1st place with 334 votes; second place was Murphy’s Pub with 228 votes

Favorite Ultra Lounge: With 1,226 votes cast in the category, H2O won 1st place with 471 votes; second place was 21 with 463 votes

Favorite Beach Bar: With 1,367 votes cast in the category, The Spot Tiki Bar won 1st place with 451 votes; second place was Riptide with 244 votes

Favorite Gay-Friendly Bar: With 1,064 votes cast in the category, 3rd Coast won 1st place with 484 votes; second place was Stars with 366 votes

Favorite Social Bar: With 1,336 votes cast in the category, The San Luis Bar won 1st place with 471 votes; second place was Toujouse Bar with 388 votes

2011 Tourism Winners include:

Favorite Museum: With 3,372 votes cast in the category, Seawolf Park won 1st place with 724 votes; second place was Rosenberg Library with 688 votes

Favorite Historic Building: With 2,166 votes cast in the category, The Bishop’s Palace won 1st place with 1,116 votes; second place was Ashton Villa with 382 votes

Favorite Arts & Entertainment Venue: With 2,960 votes cast in the category, The Grand 1894 Opera House won 1st place with 1,043 votes; second place was ArtWalk with 730 votes

Favorite Art Gallery: With 1,906 votes cast in the category, Wagner Sousa Modern Art won 1st place with 417 votes; second place was Rene’ Wiley Studio & Gallery with 319 votes

Favorite Event: With 5,321 votes cast in the category, Mardi Gras won 1st place with 1,048 votes; second place was Dickens on The Strand with 768 votes

Favorite “Thing to Do’ on Galveston Island: With 22,113 votes cast in the category,Galveston’s Beaches won 1st place with 8,900 votes; second place was Moody Gardenswith 2,515 votes

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

Tex Mex Fandango & Blues Cruise IV Wig Night

Have you ever wanted to go all out and let your hair down and be someone else?  Well you can.  The Tex Mex Fandango Cruise Wig Night is just the time to do this!

Tex Mex Fandango Cruise Wig Night

The cruisers wore their wigs to supper and boy did they turn everyone’s heads!  Even the waiter got confused by who showed up for supper…

At the dance, we all danced and had fun as if we were someone else, but at the end of the night we all made it back to our cabins with our other loved one.

Wig night is on the last night of the cruise and is totally optional.

I’ve always wondered if Blondes have more fun….maybe I’ll be blonde this year!

Enjoy our fun Tex Mex Fandango Cruise Wig Night video while listening to Augie Meyers of the Texas Tornadoes and his song ‘Who Were You Thinkin’ Of’.

 

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

4 Nights to dance to T. Gozney Thornton and Guests on Tex Mex Fandango & Blues Cruise IV

Augie Meyers, T Gozney Thornton, Joe Forlini, Joe Dianda, and Manuel Burciaga

Augie Meyers, T Gozney Thornton, Joe Forlini, Joe Dianda, and Manuel Burciaga

There is always plenty of entertainment on the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas, but the action is with T. Gozney Thornton, Old Hat Band, and all his special guests!

There are 4 performances to ‘Get Yer Dancin’ Boots‘ on and have a Fandango of a Time!  3 of the performances are private just to our Tex Mex Fandango group and are open bar.  In the Lotus Lounge: 1/29 from 8pm – 10pm; 1/31 and 2/4 9pm – midnight.

There is a Shipwide performance for all guests on the Royal Caribbean Mariner of the Seas on 2/3 in the Lotus Lounge from 8pm to 10pm, cash bar.

Don’t forget Wig Night on 2/4 at the private performance (Optional to wear wig!) Take a look at the next post ‘Tex Mex Fandango Wig Night’ and see what a great time we have.

At the last performance we draw for $500 towards your final payment if you have reserved the next annual Tex Mex Fandango cruise with just $25 per person.

Cindy Jordan and Tiana Thornton

Don’t think that T. Gozney Thornton and all his friends only perform at night….they also like to jam during the days at sea. You can join in and listen to them jam, or you can join in with Cindy Jordan and her Sing-A-Longs to favorite songs.

The Jam Sessions are in the Cloud Nine Lounge on 1/30; 1/31 and 2/4 from 2pm – 3pm.





Watch some of our dancers while you enjoy listening to T. Gozney Thornton singing his song ‘Strawberry Stallion‘ from his CD ‘Legends Before the Fall ‘.

 

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

2012 Group Shore Excursion

We’ve put together a great Group Shore Excursion for the 2012 Tex-Mex Fandango & Blues Cruise.

The Group Shore Excursion is on our stop to Cozumel.  It will include Ocean, Beach, Open Bar, Delicious Buffet, and lot’s of fun activities.

With a mixture of essences, Cozumel brings together a perfect union of Mexican culture and the warmth of its Caribbean friendly people.

Located in the western Mexican Caribbean, at the eastern side of the Peninsula of Yucatán in the state of Quintana Roo, Cozumel is a unique island surrounded by turquoise crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, incredible flora & fauna, interesting archeological sites and shopping diversity. Enjoy a fun the more time on whats considered the second world’s most famous diving & snorkeling reef system that holds and endless number of marine species and unique tropical ecosystems that makes of this island an exotic destination.

Treat yourself to a memorable experience in PLAYA MIA GRAND BEACH PARK®; one of the main attractions in Cozumel where you will find a great variety of services & activities that join together the special qualities that define the island.

We will also have a private area on the beach for our group to enjoy the open bar and buffet. Check out the Open Bar and the Buffet Menu, I know you will want to join us for this 5 hour shore excursion.  Space is limited and you don’t have to pay until December, you just need to RSVP.

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Activities

  • Access to the underwater Mayan City (snorkel gear available for rent)
  • Lounge Chairs
  • Showers
  • Fully equipped bathrooms and dressing rooms
  • Kayaks
  • Water Trampoline
  • Aquatic iceberg
  • Sailboats
  • Paddle boats
  • Floating mats
  • Water bicycles
  • Inflatable hubs
  • Ping pong tables
  • Volleyball court
  • Soccer court
  • Trampoline
  • Huge board games
  • Swimming Pool
  • Hammocks
  • Shopping area
  • Lifeguard
  • Rescue boat
  • First aid center & paramedic
Unlimited Open Bar

 

  • Purified bottled water
  • Draft beer
  • Assorted soft drinks
  • Juice
  • Tequila
  • Mezcal
  • Brandy
  • Rum
  • Vodka
  • Margaritas
  • Piña colada
  • Rum punch
  • Daiquiris assorted flavors
  • House wine
(For safety reasons straight shots are not provided, alcohol beverages are served as mix drinks)

 

Buffet Menu

 

  • Breaded Mushrooms
  • Shrimp with cocktail sauce
  • Shrimp on cream cheese and bread
  • Calamari rings
  • Turkey and Cheese Croissant
  • Mini beef meat balls
  • Guacamole and Pico de Gallo with Chips
  • Chicken Fajitas
  • Sweet & Sour Pork with Pineapple
  • Beef Fajitas
  • Mexican Rice
  • Penne Rigate with Napolitano Sauce
  • Refried Beans
  • House Bread selection
  • Dressing and Salsa selection
  • Seasonal Fruit
  • Soft blended Ice Cream
(Subject to changes by disposition of the Chef)

 

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

What’s there to do in Roatan?


After two days at sea, our first stop is Roatan, Honduras…

Take a look at some exciting adventures you’ll find in Roatan! Enjoy listening to Augie Meyers song ‘Hey Baby, Kep Pa So’.

 

Language

English is so widely spoken in the Island, that some people don’t even speak Spanish. About 45,000 people reside on the island full time and about 7 million in Honduras proper. And even though Spanish is the official language of Honduras, most people on Roatan speak both Spanish and English so cruisers should not have any problems communicating while onshore.

Roatan is one of the fastest growing cruise ship destinations in the world and for good reason. The local population is very accustomed to hosting cruise visitors, and is very welcoming. The Port of Roatan at Coxen Hole is a secure and safe port, adhering to international standards for port security required by the major cruise lines and United States Homeland Security.

The Royal Caribbean ships dock at Coxen Hole.

Location

Roatan is located in the Caribbean Sea, 30 miles off the coast of mainland Honduras. Yep, it’s an island in the Caribbean. The island is 40 miles in length and about 8 miles wide. The island has a mountainous backbone and is surrounded by coral reefs, offering superb diving and excellent fishing. The island has year-round tropical weather with an average temperature of 80 to 85 Degrees Fahrenheit. During the year, the water temperature varies from 70 degrees minimum to 80 degrees maximum.

Money issues

Don’t worry; the US dollar is very good here. The Lempira is the official currency of Honduras, but United States dollars are accepted all over the island. This is not the same case for Euros, which are accepted in very few places. It is important to know that the exchange rate for foreign currency may slightly vary from place to place, however, most businesses accept credit cards: Visa, Master Card, American Express and Diners Club. VISA and MasterCard machines are more widely available, and extremely few ATMs will accept Discover cards.

($1.00 USD = 19.00 Lempiras) Banco Ficohsa, a leading Honduran bank, has a branch in the Town Center. Other banks including Bank Credomatic and Bank HSBC have offices in Coxen Hole. Banks are typically open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and on Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. -11:00 a.m. If you plan to travel to the western parts of Roatan, do your banking at the Town Center or in Coxen Hole before, as there are no banks in West End.

Beaches

Roatan is surrounded by the world’s second largest barrier reef. The reef hugs most of the island’s shore and features amazing biological diversity which is often called “the rain forest of the sea”. Public beaches include West Bay Beach, West End Beach & Camp Bay Beach. Texas Cruise Company has had many reports of West Bay Beach being a wonderful beach to spend time on, but in reality, any of the beaches are rated as good!

Transportation

There is regular bus service available when you arrive at the dock. Taxis are also available at the dock. Typical taxi fares are $5 USD per person to town and $15 – $20 USD per person round-trip to the West End. Always, always confirm the price of a taxi ride. Before entering a taxi, confirm the fare. If the driver says 20, make sure he’s quoting USD, not lempiras.

Most cabbies accept both U.S. dollars and Lempiras.

How to get to town

When you arrive at the Port of Roatan at Coxen Hole, you are already in town. The Port is the Town Center. The Town Center has a mix of shopping and entertainment options, which will make your stay in Roatan an enjoyable experience.

About 1/2 mile from the Roatan Port is the town of Coxen Hole. From Coxen Hole, regular bus services can take you to Sandy Bay or West End, or east to Brick Bay, French Harbour or Oakridge-Punta Gorda. West End is approximately 14 miles from Coxen Hole.

Just off the pier at Coxen Hole

There is an open market with plenty of merchants at the end of the pier. The nearby town of Coxen Hole is not really a tourist destination, although visitors will find a number of fun and interesting shops.

At West End beach, a destination for many of the ship’s tours, guests will find some nice shops and boutiques. Keep a lookout for the works produced by local artists and artisans. Some of their creations are very creative and unique. There is a bus route that runs east and west. Besides Internet access, an ATM, a small shopping mall and a handful of restaurants, there’s little here for tourists. It’s a good place to buy cold drinks and sandwiches before venturing east toward French Harbor and

Oak Ridge, and west toward Sandy Bay and the West End. Don’t be afraid to tour the island.

Ship provided excursions:

Be sure and check with Royal Caribbean’s website and look at shore adventures and excursions offered through them. I looked recently and found 28 different shore excursions offered in Roatan by booking them with Royal Caribbean. There is a special desk as you board the ship and you can almost immediately start booking excursions when you board. If you have something special you want to do, book it quickly as it may fill up. You can also make reservations online very easily. You have to have a booking number to reserve the excursion, but you can look through the excursions without booking.

Here are some of our ‘Best Bets’ for visiting cruisers

Things to do here: Kids and beginners can join experienced equestrians in a memorable horseback riding trip along the beach and into the hills at West Bay (Keifetos Resort) or between Calabash Bight and Paya Bay on the island’s south side (Roatan Ridge Ranch).

Here’s another: Sueno del Mar Dive Center (800-298-9009), voted best on Roatan by Scuba Diving magazine, offers introductory diving lessons. Certified juniors, ages 10 to 15 years, must dive with an adult.

Snorkeling and Kayaking: After paddling down the coastline at either Half Moon Beach or West Bay Beach, leave your kayak onshore to explore the coral reefs. Snorkeling equipment is available for rent through tour operators as well as dive shops, some restaurants, and gift shops.

The Butterfly Farm: Located just before the entrance to West End. A couple of hundred exquisite butterflies representing 15 to 20 species flit around a 3,000-square-ft. enclosure. This is also home to stunning hummingbirds, parrots and toucans (guided tours, open daily except Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Don’t forget your binoculars and camera.

Best Beach to visit for activities: West End offers beaches, coral reefs for snorkeling, places to eat, and water sports like sea kayaking, diving and sailing. At the entrance to West End is palm-lined Half Moon Bay beach. Be prepared for large crowds on cruise ship days.

Best family Beach: West Bay Beach, near the northern tip of the island, features clear, shallow water (about five feet deep) teeming with coral and colorful fish right offshore. With a dozen stations marked by buoys, the Natural Aquarium Snorkel Trail at the Bay Islands Beach Resort at Sandy Bay is a fun way for kids to see everything from eagle rays to sergeant majors (open daily from 9 am until 4:30 p.m.).

For adventurous families with children: Ages ten and older, the Tabyana Beach and Canopy Tour has a great beach and snorkeling tour and features a zip line canopy tour. This tour starts at Creation Rock, where you are outfitted in a harness, pulley and gloves and attached to a cable. With 11 stretches of cable and 13 tree-top stations towering 18 to 30 feet above the ground, this will make some great family memories.

Best Secluded Beach: Camp Bay Beach past the village of Diamond Rock is a two-mile idyllic stretch of white sand with swaying coconut palms perfect for snuggling under. Rent a 4-wheel drive for the unpaved road and don’t forget a picnic lunch.

Casual Lunching: In-Town: In the center of Coxen Hole, Warren Supermarket’s is a 50’s-style cafeteria that scrambles up eggs, along with fried beans and tortillas (open Monday to Saturday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m).

The Lighthouse, located in West End on the south side of the point, offers some of the best fish tacos, grilled lobster and conch soup on the island (open 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily).

Gourmet Lunches: Pura Vida, in the center of West End, cooks up homemade pasta, pizza, and seafood (open 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily).

Las Rocas at West Bay is known for authentic Bay Island dishes like shrimp with rice, chicken in coconut milk, and beef in coconut milk (open for lunch and dinner, 11:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. daily).

 

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.

What is a CruiseTour?

A CruiseTour combines both sea and land travel. This is a perfect way to explore Alaska. The best way to experience the beautiful scenery that Alaska has to offer is from the water. Cruising the dramatic coastline with the whales, glaciers and the forest is just breath taking!

Mt. McKinley

A cruise to Alaska wouldn’t be complete without a journey deep into the heart of Alaska. Visit the historic gold rush town of Fairbanks, the coastal towns of Seward and Alyeska, and the not-to-be-missed journey into Denali National Park, home of Mt. McKinley, North America’s tallest mountain. These are just a few of the cities and highlights of an Alaska Cruisetour.

Alaska is a cruise not to be missed with thousands of miles of shoreline. Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park with it’s highest peak of 20,320 feet, is a giant block of granite that was lifted above the earth about 60 million years ago. The upper half of the mountain is covered with permanent snowfields that feed many glaciers.

There are so many inland sites to visit and you just can’t see them in a day shore excursion. This is why when visiting Alaska you need to also to experience the land tour. Once the cruise portion of our trip is finished, we will board a motorcoach to begin our land adventure.

Royal Celebrity Tours Motorcoach

The motorcoaches are the newest fleet of deluxe Prevost motorcoaches, with television monitors,

adjustable air vents, plenty of overhead storage, and foot rests. We’ll have the same motorcoach driver throughout the entire trip, so there are no worries about our luggage, camera cases or sweaters. Everything will be there, whenever we need it.

Escorting us will be an Adventure Specialist who will give us the scoop on the scenery and will point out the many natural wonders and explain the area’s history and culture.

Glass-Domed Traincar on Wilderness Express®

 

We’ll also travel by train on the Wilderness Express®, luxurious, glass-domed traincars. With more glass for better viewing, and wide leather seats that recline, face forward or rotate to allow guests to form seating groups, this will be a wonderful way to view all the scenery. You can head to the observation platform for some fresh Alaska air or to get a closer view of a moose in the wild.

See moose, caribou, grizzlies and eagles up close while traveling by our custom, luxurious glass-domed traincars, the Wilderness Express® and our deluxe motorcoaches.

We think you will have an amazing overall experience on this TexMex Fandango to Alaska Cruise and Tour. Great scenery, good friends, and the memories of a lifetime are waiting for you.

 

If you answered all questions which demand the answer. That dared buy levitra and you won’t regret for one second. This opinion of many years of supervision. A lot of powder is in these boxes.