Mon. Oct 26th, 2020

Travel tips: The Big Apple, Boston, The Queen Elizabeth 2 . . .For Crumbs |1980-8-11

The New York convention and visitors Bureau contains that the Big Apple and the empire state are the good travel bargains. Could be quite true for those who live nearby. If you are having difficulty planning a budget vacation, drop them a postcard at 2 Columbus Circle, New York, NY 10019 and also request their free seasonal calendar,”20 free things to do in New York City.”

Monday Night Live

Drive away those Monday blues with the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival’s “Monday night specials” series at Drew University in Madison. This series includes the Jazz Impact, the Festival of Liberation, the Richard Morse Mime Theater, The Jazz Dance Theater, The Matteo Ethnic American Dance Theater and more. For complete schedules and information, write Shakespeare, Madison, NJ 07940 or call area code 201-377-4487.

When in Boston

If you were planning a trip to Boston, drop by “BOSTIX,” a one stop entertainment center, which sells advance tickets and distributes information for more than 100 Massachusetts cultural events and tourist attractions. Tickets at half price are available for shows scheduled for the same day. For $.50, BOSTIX also sells a coupon packet, worth $10, for discount admission to the USS Constitution, “Where’s Boston, The House of Seven Gables, the Boston Tea Party ship, “Off The Wall” Theater, and other attractions. BOSTIX’s is open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 11 AM to 7 PM and Sundays from noon to 6 PM for information, call 617-723-5181 or write Arts/Boston, 73 Tremont St., Boston MA 02108.

I’m Liz, sell me

Now you can cruise to Europe aboard luxury ship Queen Elizabeth 2 without hocking house and car. Cunard Lines has made it possible for you to have a week vacation – including a five day Atlantic crossing, a weekend in Paris or London and a return flight home for less than $1000. Cunard also offers nine other low-cost cruise/fly tours. For your planning convenience, write Cunard Line LTD, 555 5th Ave., New York, NY 10017 or call 212-661-7771 or call Toll Free, 800-221-4770.

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