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G'day mate! Discount packager Discover Wholesale Travel is offering three different deals to the Land of Oz, each starting at just under a grand, but offering different options of hotels and car rentals (one for only an additional $2!)
Cooperstown (where in 1839 Abner Doubleday invented the game of baseball, it's claimed) likes to call itself "America's Most Perfect Village," and many who have gone there find that title difficult to dispute. Now, people in East Coast metropolitan areas (and elsewhere) can avail themselves of modestly-priced getaway packages from NY-State-based Empress Travel starting as low as $227, or even from $82 if you drive yourself there.
One of the longest-serving Greek-oriented tour operators in the USA, Homeric is still coming up with new editions of hard-to-beat packages that its customers have raved about it the past.
Some travel industry observers feel Dallas is not old-fashioned enough to be a valid target for lovers of the Old West. One thing Dallas can't provide is the dusty streets, wooden sidewalks and saloon swinging doors of a gunfighter movie. What it can offer is a splendid collection of museums, marvelous restaurants and fine shopping opportunities, to mention only three of its prime appeals.
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