• luggage and packing

    #8 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2018 5:12:16 PM


    Bonnie88 said:

    thank you for your replies. We are going to Australia and NZ mid April. Still want to know do men need to bring a jacket for the cities and is the rest of the tour pretty casual? Still appreciate any comments on the luggage type too.

    Bonnie. I wore a blazer, slacks and collared shirt at the Welcome and Farewell Dinners, and 1 or 2 nights when we dined out on our own. Australia and New Zealand are quite casual. It's always a mixed bag on what the men should wear. There is no right or wrong answer, just whatever he feels comfortable wearing. The luggage we use is above in a prior response.

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  • Venice, Florence and Rome 5/23/18 - 5/30/18 Who's going?

    #1 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2018 4:09:37 PM


    Greetings! We are David and Grace - looking forward to our second Tauck tour! David is a university professor/musician, and Grace is a newly retired middle school teacher. We're looking forward to getting to know everyone joining this tour!

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  • Visiting Machu Picchu. Need suggestions!

    #2 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2018 3:48:36 PM


    Hi. We returned from the Empire of the Incas tour this past November. While we did no extra activities we do have one piece of advice. Bring lots of pills to deal with the height. We just brought 5 days which was supposed to let us acclimate. But while you will land in Cuzco which is very high, you will immediately descend to the Sacred Valley, which is lower. After the Sacred Valley, you will go back to Cuzco and then go even higher. The height proved very difficult for most of us. Bring lots of pills.

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