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May 26, 2020

#ScenicTrainTrips #USA #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

#ScenicTrainTrips #USA Lower 48 and Alaska


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Driving the Pacific Coast Highway is an iconic American road trip, but to really get the full effect of the stunning seaside cliffs, take what many call Amtrak’s most beautiful train ride, the Coast Starlight. It’ll take you 36 hours to take the 1,377-mile trip, but you’ll hit all the highlights such as San Francisco Bay, the snow-covered Cascades, and Puget Sound. Travel in style, get the upgraded package with a private sleeper car.

White Pass and Yukon Route Railway


Train going through mountains

This breathtaking 2.5-hour, 40-mile, round-trip train journey will have riders thinking back to a time when prospectors adventured to the Yukon in search of fortune during the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898. The train leaves Skagway and climbs 3,000 feet in just 20 miles — taking riders past glaciers, mountain lakes, towering trestles, and scenic waterfalls. The White Pass and Yukon Route is a piece of Americana that can’t be missed.



Train going through rocky landscape next to the Colorado river

The California Zephyr took its maiden trip in 1949 and still draws tons of travelers to this once-in-a-lifetime scenic trip across America’s heartland. The Zephyr comes complete with four vista domes that provide passengers with breathtaking scenery as you pass through the Rockies, across the desert country of Nevada and Utah, and  the snow-capped Sierra Nevada mountains in California. This scenic and historic train route promises to showcase the heart of Gold Rush country on its two-day, 2,800-mile rail journey.



Sedona National Park at sunset

Once dubbed the “Train of the Stars,” the Southwest Chief was America’s first all-Pullman sleeping car train. Today, you don’t have to be a celebrity to take the same route between the Windy City and L.A. You can still enjoy a sleeping car and some of the nation’s most iconic sights such as the red cliffs of Sedona, the Grand Canyon, the Rockies, and Arizona’s missions.

The Grand Canyon Railway


Grand canyon railway train

You’ll definitely get a feel for the “Wild West” as you take a ride on the restored cars of the Grand Canyon Railway. The 65-mile trip will take you across the high desert to the South Rim of the canyon, offering terrific views of America’s most iconic, natural landmark. The trip features Old West entertainment complete with authentic characters passing on folklore and musicians providing a hand-clapping and foot-stomping good time.



Mountains with golf course in front

You would be hard-pressed to find a train trip with a more diverse slice of the U.S. than the Sunset Limited. This 2,000-mile mega trip includes it all. From the golden deserts of the Southwest to the rugged plains of Texas to Louisiana’s Bayou, the Sunset Limited will be sure to please both train enthusiasts and novices alike. Along the way, the train makes stops in Palm Springs, Phoenix, El Paso, and San Antonio before pulling into the station in New Orleans. So sit back and relax as the panorama of America’s coastal and desert landscapes slides by your window.

Alaska Coastal Classic


Train tracks going past Chugach mountains

Alaska has some of the best scenery around and a cruise isn’t the only way to enjoy its magnificent wildernesses. Hop aboard the Coastal Classic and ride the 114-mile journey from Anchorage to Seward. You’ll have to plan your excursion because the train only runs from mid-May to mid-September. Be on the lookout for bald eagles and whales as the train takes you past the Chugach Mountains and along the Turnagain Arm waterway. Then it’s off into the wilds of the Kenai Peninsula backcountry for fantastic views of ancient glaciers. Combine this train trip with an Alaska cruise on a Small Ship. NOW is the time to make your reservations! JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Empire Builder


Empire Builder train going over a bridge

History buffs will love a ride on the Empire Builder. The route traces parts of the Lewis and Clark Trail from the heart of America to the towering evergreens of the Pacific Northwest. This 46-hour trip is a fantastic way to see a big chunk of the U.S. From Chicago, you’ll cross the mighty Mississippi, see Montana’s Glacier National Park, and pass chug past the Cascade Mountains on your way to Seattle’s Puget Sound.

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For more than 30 years, we’ve welcomed guests from around the world to experience the iconic train journeys through the Canadian Rockies. From the majestic mountain ranges to delicious local Canadian cuisine, what we love most about our journeys is showcasing the very best of this beautiful part of the world.

We want to continue to bring the best of the West to you. We hope you find inspiration in the stories and beauty of the Canadian Rockies, learn a few surprising facts, or even dabble in one of our very own recipes from the train.

Mount Robson
Majestic Mountains

From roaming camels to Canada’s first “tourists”, hear about the history of some of the most majestic mountains in the world as our one of our Onboard Hosts takes you on a virtual journey back in time.

The Cutest Creatures in Canada
Did you know newborn grizzlies weigh just one pound? Or that a cougar cubs spots change colour within nine months? Discover interesting facts and more about some of our favourite baby animals in Western Canada.
Bear with Cub
Chef JP
Cooking with Chef JP
Each month, our Executive Chef, JP Guerlin, will be sharing some of his favourite recipes featured on the train, along with some tips and tricks, for you to try at home. This month, we’re featuring his lightly roasted salmon recipe, with shaved fennel slaw and a warm vegetable salad.

We will handle all of your air transportation, land transportation, rail reservations, and hotel accommodations.

Tell us: Names as they read on your passports. Preferred travel dates. Hometown airport. Tell us: your wants, needs, desires, and expectations. We do it all for you!

EMAIL: JESS@FriendsTravel.com


May 25, 2020

#SanFranciscoHotel #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Filed under: Airfare + Hotel Packages,California,San Francisco — urbanvacations @ 12:12 am

The hotels are minutes from Union Square, Chinatown and the Ferry Building.

  • 1 King or 2 Double City View room
    • From $125 per night … Thursday-Sunday
    • From $199 per night … Monday-Wednesday
  • 1 King or 2 Double Bay View room
    • From $135 per night … Thursday-Sunday
    • From $209 per night … Monday-Wednesday
    • Larger Studio Suite with a King bed and separate seating area
      • From $149 per night … Thursday-Sunday
      • From $225 per night … Monday-Wednesday
    • Daily high-speed Wi-Fi (reg. $14.95)
    • Not available: Dec. 31, New Years Eve
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  • Air / Hotel Packages + Air / Hotel / Sightseeing Packages
  • A plethora of First class and Deluxe hotels in/near Union Square

May 24, 2020

#NYChotels #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com


#Baccarat Hotel New York re-imagines the elegance of the legendary French crystal brand as a sumptuous hotel experience. Immerse yourself in Parisian glamour at this five-star hotel that boasts dedicated service, beauty, and attention to detail, from the grand entrance at the lobby’s wall of lights to the glimmering Grand Salon and Bar, to the renowned Spa de La Mer. Situated in the heart of Midtown, the shining tower with trademark crystal chandeliers and handmade glass at every corner is opposite the Museum of Modern Art and just moments away from Central Park and 5th Avenue boutiques.

  • 114  guestrooms and suites feature custom-made Mascioni jacquard bedding, twice-daily housekeeping service, and stocked mini-bars with Baccarat glasses
  • Savor Alsatian-inspired cuisine from culinary director and Two Michelin-starred Chef Gabriel Kreuther, afternoon high tea, and champagne amid rose bouquets and chandeliers in the exquisite Grand Salon
  • Sip wine or rare malt whiskey under The Bar’s arched ceilings and stunning red crystal chandeliers
  • Swim in the underground marble lap pool or work out at the fitness center
  • Indulge in a relaxing massage, facial, or body treatment at the first Spa de La Mer in the United states
  • Hold your next celebration or meeting in the modern and elegant Harmonie Room seating 40

The French-inspired décor of the hotel mixed with modern amenities, tasteful elegance, intricate architecture, fresh flowers, and dazzling Baccarat custom chandeliers lend to its alluring ambiance. Whether you sip a glass of Champagne at the Grand Salon, take in the city views and specialty cocktails from the Bar Terrace, lounge in the library, admire the original art, or relax in your luxurious guestroom after exploring the city from the concierge’s custom recommendations, this is the epitome of staying in style.

Value Air and Hotel packages from across the USA, and the Globe! including limo transfers from airport of your choice.

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#USAbyTrain #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Who remembers the old jingle “See the USA in your Chevrolet?” We now you can do it train. Take your time!

Loop from Boston to California and back on the ultimate

US train trip – begin and end in any city along the route!

THERE REALLY IS something special about traveling by train. Softly moving side to side while the world whizzes by your window, reflecting upon the wonders of nature. You have free WiFi, knocking out some emails and scrolling through social media. and gazing out the window! Whatever your train activity of choice, it is a magical way to see places you never would by car and typically only see from above in an airplane.

It is also a fantastic way to see all — or almost all — of America as trains can take you to all four corners of the nation and every point in between. The bus-and-train-travel experts at #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 has planned a spectacular itinerary that loops around the lower 48, taking you through deserts, mountain ranges, great plains and great lakes, with dozens of cool stops along the way. It doesn’t hit every state — just over half, actually — but it does show you just how big our country really is, and how beautiful. And it may be the most efficient way to see it all. We take care of all of your train travel arrangements, your local hotel arrangements, local sightseeing, ground transportation where needed, everything, from A-Z!

Leg one: Boston, Massachusetts, to Washington, DC

Length: 8 hours, 11 minutes

Though you can really begin your journey anywhere along this route,  we are starting in the far northeastern corner of the country in a little town called Boston, Massachusetts. Here, you will board the very un-glamorous Northeast Regional, a commuting favorite for business travelers connecting all the major cities of the northeast.

The trip will take you through seven states on your way to the nation’s capital, when you have got some time you might want to step off and check out Providence, Rhode Island, on the way. It has one of the best Little Italys in America, plus five colleges and universities right in town. You should also definitely take a few hours and get off at Penn Station in Manhattan. Because what is a trip around the US without at least one photo in Times Square? Catch a few Broadway Plays [we have the ticket connections!]

Leg two: Washington, DC, to New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA street cars

Length: 26 hours, 2 minutes

The first long leg of your journey takes you from DC deep into the heart of Dixie aboard the Amtrak Crescent. It’s a 26-hour trip, so if you’re planning to plug straight through, we recommend booking a roomette or bedroom. Then again, compare that to the price of getting a lay-flat seat on an airplane, and this seems like a bargain.

The ride takes you through seven southern states — Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana — before dropping you in the Crescent City. If you’re keen to get off the train, make a stop in Greenville, South Carolina, and eat your way through the best small food city in America. And spend a couple of days exploring Atlanta before heading west. Charlotte, Greensboro, and Birmingham also have stops when  you want a real southern tour. Stop-over in any city along the way.

Leg three: New Orleans, Louisiana, to Los Angeles, California

Length: 46 hours, 35 minutes

The Amtrak Sunset Limited is probably the best way to take in the sprawling desert-scapes of the American Southwest. It’s also a fantastic way to learn how big Texas is, exactly, as you’ll spend nearly an entire day of this leg rumbling through the Lone Star State. This is another ride where it’s worth the value for the sleeper cabins, but if you’re looking to break the trip up, you’ll find plenty of cool stops along the way.

Houston, San Antonio, and El Paso all have stops along the Sunset Limited, as do Tucson, Arizona, and Palm Springs. Though you just want to gaze out the window at the red rocks and blue sky, nobody’s going to blame you.

Leg four: Los Angeles, California, to Seattle, Washington

Length: 29 hours, 1 minute

Driving up the Pacific Coast Highway is one of the great scenic American road trips. Of course, assuming you do crazy stuff like keep your eyes on the road when you drive, it can sometimes be tough to truly appreciate the grandeur of everything you’re driving through. Hop aboard the Coast Starlight and you will get the majesty of California with no road to focus on as your train travels up the coast through green mountains dropping into the crashing Pacific.

Once you’ve cleared the central coast you may want to take a day and explore Sacramento, one of the more underrated restaurant cities in the US. And get out in Portland and bike along the Willamette River before cruising through a few of its famous breweries. From there, it’s a few short hours to Seattle’s King Street Station. When you want to take a little bonus ride, jump on the Amtrak Cascades up to Vancouver, BC, for even more spectacular northwest scenery.

FREE BONUS: When stopping over in Los Angeles we will host you to a fine dining restaurant, where you might see some “Hollywood stars”, no guarantee, but possibly!

Leg five: Seattle, Washington, to Chicago, Illinois

Length: 45 hours, 15 minutes

Though it would be hard to pick a scenic highlight of a train trip around the US, the second day of this leg is hard to beat as the Amtrak Empire Builder goes headlong into Glacier National Park. It’s as close to a train trip through Switzerland as you’ll find in the US, with your train barreling past snow-capped mountains and vast alpine lakes before dipping into the flatlands of North Dakota and Minnesota.

When you are looking to break the trip,  we suggest spending a couple of days in Fargo, a city that offers far more than its namesake film would suggest. When you are lucky enough to go during fall, you absolutely must tailgate a North Dakota State football game. Even during other times of the year, Fargo is the epitome of Midwestern hospitality and has some fantastic beers you’d be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.

Leg six: Chicago, Illinois, to Cleveland, Ohio

Length: 6 hours, 5 minutes

After your massive trek from the West Coast, take a few days and enjoy the Windy City with all its diehard baseball and artery-clogging food. Once you’re sufficiently stuffed, jump aboard the second-shortest leg of your trip, a scant six-hour ride aboard the Amtrak Capitol Limited to Cleveland. You’ll roll over Lake Erie as you venture into Cleveland, narrowly missing Michigan but getting a second Great Lake along your tour.

Once in Cleveland, you’ll find a surprisingly vibrant city where you can eat at James Beard award-winning restaurants or traditional Polish cafeterias. When you are doing this trip during summer (highly recommended along the Great Lakes), catch a beachside concert at Edgewater Park. And check out the brilliant turn-of-the-century architecture in Playhouse Square, and in downtown’s many arcades.

Leg seven: Cleveland, Ohio, to Albany, New York

13 iconic landmarks to see in 13 US cities

Many call this the most beautiful state capitol in the country, if not one of the most beautiful buildings, period. It was the most expensive government building of its time, costing $25 million to construct between 1867 and 1899. Visit the Million Dollar Staircase, the War Room, and the Senate Chamber, and you will see what the Versailles-level fuss is all about.

Trivia fodder: Which four New York governors went on to become President?

Greyhound station: 34 Hamilton St, about a 15-minute walk from the capitol

Length: 8 hours, 41 minutes

Your tour of the Great Lakes continues as you roll along Lake Erie aboard the Lake Shore Limited. The ride to Albany is only about eight and a half hours, but once you’re up this way you would be remiss if you didn’t stand among the mist at Niagara Falls. Stop in Buffalo, scarf some wings, and take the half-hour trip to the falls. Be sure to bring your valid passport you can even head over into Canada and do some wine tasting.

Other stops of interest include Rochester, NY where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch at the Genesee Brewhouse before launching into a tour of the Northeast’s best beer town. After that, you’ll enjoy the rocking motion of the train as you nap the rest of the way into Albany.

Leg eight: Albany, New York, to Boston, Massachusetts

Length: 4 hours, 47 minutes

When you Are hard-pressed to do this trip as quickly as possible, you can just stay on the Lake Shore Limited another five hours, roughly, and take it all the way to Beantown. But we suggest taking some time in Albany, if for no other reason to make a trip out to Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame.  This is the shortest leg of the trip, and after traveling 6,500 miles and spending 175 hours on trains, it might be nice to complete the loop.

Traveling in the least expensive class of service and following this route, you will see 27 states across seven different Amtrak lines, all for under $1,500. Which is likely less than a road trip would have cost and certainly less than flying.

We strongly recommend the sleeping accommodations. In most cases the meals are included! Great Value!

So if this summer the great expanse of America is calling your name, a big train trip may be just what you are seeking!

May 19, 2020

#SedonaArizonaVacations #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Filed under: Airfare + Hotel Packages,Arizona,Sedona — urbanvacations @ 4:57 am
Sedona, AZ, USA
No matter who you are or where you come from, Sedona is like candy for the soul — addicting, sweet and oh-so-satisfying. Red rock spires reach towards blue skies, forming a landscape of contrasts you can’t find anywhere else in the world. Throw in world-class spas, some spiritually-aligning vortexes and a basket of adventures and you’ll have trouble tearing yourself away.
March — May
Northern Arizona is notoriously toasty in the summer, but don’t underestimate its winters. Just this year Sedona saw a blanket of snow cover its iconic red peaks. Spring travel is ideal for anyone hoping to spend time in the great outdoors. Sunny skies, flowering cacti blooms and warm temperatures all make for a perfect season.
Cathedral Rock – The Colors of the Spirit
You could spend weeks exploring the hiking trails around Sedona and still not discover everything. The trails around the town have long been the region’s biggest attraction, and we have to admit there’s nothing else in the world quite like a day exploring this rust-colored landscape. There’s a hike for everyone, and even if you’re only up for a short walk you’re still guaranteed gorgeous views. Devil’s Bridge is a popular 1.2-mile hike to a fantastic natural bridge, or try the moderate hike to Bell Rock, which includes a little hands-and-knees rock scrambling at the end. For something a bit more immersive, try Bear Mountain Trail for a half day of stunning discoveries. Then slip over to Crescent Moon Ranch at sunset to watch the famous Arizona sun dip below the red pillars of Cathedral Rock. We’re only scratching the surface, here, so do plenty of research to find the best trail for you. And remember to come prepared — we’re talking sunscreen and plenty of water.
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop
If hiking isn’t really your thing — or if it is and you still want more — there are plenty of other heart-pumping adventures to be had among the red rocks. Pink Adventure Tours offers off-roading adventures in a stylish pink Jeep through iconic rock formations. Or, get above it all with a helicopter jaunt or hot air balloon journey. If the weather is warm and sunny, grab a tube and head up to Oak Canyon where you can splish and splash at Slide Rock State Park. Dip in the cool waters of Oak Creek and scoot along the smooth rocks for a natural waterpark adventure.
Chapel of the Holy Cross – Cultured Cool
Don’t overlook the town of Sedona while you’re on your way to the great outdoors. The string of shops, restaurants and art galleries are easy to walk and there are a few other attractions you can’t miss. Make your way to Chapel of the Holy Cross, a striking structure built into a spur of red rock 200 feet above the ground. In town, peruse an array of souvenirs, from healing crystals to Red Dirt Shirts, dyed with real Sedona dust. Finally, you can’t miss an evening exploring the Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village. This outdoor market features art galleries and craft shops in a shaded, cobblestone courtyard that provides a nice respite from the sun.
Spiritual Alignment
Visitors who don’t come to Sedona for the hiking typically are drawn by its energy vortexes. These centers of spiritual alignment lie along intersections of natural energy, also known as ley lines, and are believed to offer healing and balancing. Plenty of tours will guide you to the different vortexes and explain their energetic effects. Whether you search out these vortexes or not, there’s no doubt that Sedona is especially relaxing. Nearby resorts offer luxury spa treatments, meditation retreats and forest bathing guides. So take some time while you’re here to be still and soak up the magical energy around you.
“Sedona is such a beautiful and diverse place, and there is something for everyone whether it be hiking, mountain biking, golfing, eating out or simply enjoying a scenic drive! Apart from any activities, the landscapes are beautiful and it’s truly wonderful at night with all the stars and at sunset! My favorite thing to do in Sedona is hike! There are so many trails to see of varying difficulties as well as some spots where you can more or less pull up for a scenic view!”
Cowboy Club | Cactus Fries for the Win
Sedona is pretty small, and because it’s heavily trafficked many of its restaurants can get a bit pricey. But there are a few standouts that you should try. Perhaps best loved is the Cowboy Club, which serves up famous cactus fries with a prickly pear sauce (trust us — it’s delicious). Chocolatree is for those with a sweet tooth, with vegan desserts and tasty coffee to start or end your day right. You can find some classic Southwestern Mexican at Elote Cafe. And finally, for a fancy night with a loved one, L’Auberge offers candlelit, creekside dining at its finest.
Red Rock Relaxation
Sedona accommodations can be on the pricey side, though you can find budget options if you look. If money is no object, stay at the world-famous stunning resort and spa that takes full advantage of its natural surroundings with creekside-dining, meditation programs and romantic rooms with red-rock views. For something cozier, Adobe Hacienda Bed & Breakfast is an adorable option set right on Sedona’s golf course. Twenty minutes away, Cottonwood also offers plenty of affordable lodging, and of course, stargazers should definitely check out camping in Oak Creek Canyon at Cave Springs Campground. Without a doubt advance reservations are a must.  JESS@FriendsTravel.com
Hike it Up
“Tip for Devil’s Bridge: Park in the first dirt parking lot you see. Unless you have a four wheel drive Jeep able to handle very uneven terrain, do not try to go further on the road!”
Have Respect
“We always make time to head out after dark – the real magic happens when you break trail by moonlight! But remember, many believe this land is sacred – protect it, respect it, and leave no trace.”
Tell us: who will be traveling?, when you would like to travel?, from what hometown airport?
Airfare, accommodations, car rental. or Escorted tour.  JESS@FriendsTravel.com 

May 18, 2020

#CaliforniaVacations #SantaBarbara #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

A night or two at a newly renovated, 4-star, oceanfront hotel in Santa Barbara sounds pretty good right now.

Throw in options through summer (peak season!), an ocean view room and wine and you’ve got yourself an idyllic getaway.

What’s Included

  • Stay in a newly renovated Deluxe Ocean View room
  • June
    • From $179 for 1 night … check in Sunday-Thursday
    • From $399 for 2 nights … check in Friday-Saturday
  • July-August
    • From $199 for 1 night … check in Sunday-Thursday
    • From $599 for 2 nights … check in Friday-Saturday
  • Bottle of Santa Ynez wine ($35 value)
  • Overnight on-site parking (reg. $28)
  • Not available: July 3-4

Inquire about room rates for other months.

Why We Love It

  • You can’t beat the location — across the street from the beach
  • The heated outdoor pool is open year-round and features a fire pit
  • Guest room renovations were completed in April 2020 — doesn’t get much newer than that

Occupancy Rules: Based on double occupancy. Additional adults can stay for $20 more per night. Up to two children 17 years of age and younger can stay for no additional cost.

Additional Hotel Specific Charges: A 12% tax and nightly $4.23 California tourism marketing fee are not included and will be paid directly to the hotel.

Fly – Drive –  Rail from home to Santa Barbara – we have your arrangements waiting just for you!
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May 5, 2020

#AlbuquerqueInternationalBalloonFiesta #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069 #JessKalinowsky JESS@FriendsTravel.com

Filed under: Airfare + Hotel Packages,Ballooning,Sports Events Packages — urbanvacations @ 5:00 am
The most photographed event in the world takes place over ten days in early October when Albuquerque once again hosts the Annual International Balloon Fiesta! Experience Mass Ascensions, with over 800 balloons rising into the sky; Special Shape rodeos; and beautiful evening Night Glows. Complete travel packages for your clients are now available, with new options now added to experience the Fiesta up close!  This event will sell out fast!
  • Three nights at the Hilton Garden Inn Albuquerque Journal Center (October 2-5 or 9-12) or BOTH!
  • Balloon Fiesta park admission for three sessions in the Chasers’ Club – enjoy guaranteed seating in a private outdoor patio located next to the launch field and savor traditional New Mexican food and non-alcoholic beverages
    (Saturday and Sunday morning for Breakfast and Saturday evening for dinner).
  • Parking at Balloon Fiesta Park for ticketed sessions (inquire for Park and Ride options)
  • Three Days Intermediate Car Rental

The hotel is approximately 5 miles south of Balloon Fiesta Park and 10 miles from Albuquerque International Skyport

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April 29, 2020

#2020 #2021 #SportsEventsPackages JESS@FriendsTravel.com #JessKalinowsky #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069

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PGA Championship
Indianapolis 500
US Open Tennis
Kentucky Derby
US Open Golf
French Open
US Grand Prix
World Series
Grey Cup
Rose Bowl
College Football Championship
Australian Open
Super Bowl
Daytona 500

#2021 #SuperBowl Tampa Packages JESS@FriendsTravel.com #JessKalinowsky #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069

#2021 #SuperBowl Tampa Packages JESS@FriendsTravel.com #JessKalinowsky #FriendsTravelWestHollywoodCa90069

In these unprecedented times, one thing that hasn’t changed is our love for sport and we know we’re not alone. While live sports may be on hold at the moment, there are plenty of incredible sporting moments to look forward to LV in the future.

After the NFL Draft, we are dreaming about the better days ahead when we can once again enjoy live football. For now, we’ve been reminiscing about the Super Bowl in Miami and planning how we can make Super Bowl 2021 in Tampa the best one yet. Best value pricing for transportation, accommodations, AND tickets.  #PrivateJetCharters available NOW, but there will be a very high demand very soon. Secure your transportation, accommodations, AND tickets ASAP.

If you’re still pining for sports too, you may be interested in our updated list of sporting events which includes rescheduled dates. If you have questions about any of our sports travel packages, please get in touch at JESS@FriendsTravel.com 

As always, our entire team remains dedicated to providing the best possible service and are available to answer any questions you may have.

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