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Title: My 17,


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COLE HARBOUR DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL

My 17,
DISNEY WORLD 2006
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Where we will stay!
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IMAGINE YOURSELF IN EXCITING ORLANDO,
FLORIDA!!! YOUR TRIP WILL INCLUDE THE
FOLLOWING   Roundtrip transfers Roundtrip
Airport Transportation Provided By Disney Magical
Express. Performance day transportation provided
(After performance a group of parents would need
to accompany the motorcoach to the hotel to
unload equipment.) Use of the Walt Disney World
Transportation System linking the Parks and the
Hotels.   Deluxe hotel accommodations for
four nights at a Disney Moderate Resort. Each
hotel features themed rooms, food court, an adult
pool, quiet pool, game arcade and includes
complimentary use of the Walt Disney World
Transportation System (based upon availability
and a minimum of 10 rooms if under 10 rooms
alternate accommodations will be made). Port
Orleans  
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DISNEY MAGIC MUSIC DAYS V.I.P.
PEPERFORMANCE PASSPORT - Performance based on
acceptance of application by Walt Disney
World) PERFORMANCE PACKAGE INCLUDES
    Performance in the Walt Disney World
Resort. -          Up to 4 days admission to
the MAGIC KINGDOM Park, EPCOT, Disney-MGM
Studios, and Disneys Animal Kingdom. -        One
buffet breakfast at the Fantasia Pavilion with
unique entertainment and presentation. -         O
ne day admission to a Disney Water Park of your
choice (Typhoon Lagoon, or Blizzard Beach.)
          OR           One day admission to
Disney Quest.           Park Hopping
Privileges           Disney Magic Music Days
T-Shirt and Lapel Pin.  
Five meals included One special breakfast at
the Fantasia Pavilion in Walt Disney World, and
Four counter service meal coupons at Walt Disney
World.   One complimentary for the Director
based on single occupancy.
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2006 Orlando, Florida Tour Special
Proposal Page Two   Video picture album of your
trip for EACH participant. Create-A-Video is the
latest craze with students, teachers and parents
today for a fun keepsake of this
once-in-a-lifetime experience discovered on your
trip. Your group will be provided with 1 camera
for every 10 participants, take lots of pictures
during your trip, then return cameras to
Create-A-Video in the prepaid postage box
provided to you, pictures are printed and
reviewed and the best photos will be used in the
video. The video is made with cool special
effects and appropriate instrumental music. If
you are a music group, you have the unique
opportunity to have your performed music added as
the background audio for your video. Your videos
will be sent back to your designated address for
distribution for EVERY member of your group.
Memories may be enjoyed over and over for years
to come!!  
Two Million Dollar Tour Liability Insurance
Coverage.   Services and assistance of
American Tours Travels staff members in
Orlando including 24 hour electronic paging
service.   All applicable taxes and gratuities
included.  
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LAND PACKAGE PRICE Disneys Port Orleans
Resort- 429.00 USD per person, quad occupancy.
479.00 USD per person, triple occupancy.
569.00 USD per person, double occupancy.
839.00 USD per person, single occupancy.
 
50.00 ADD ON Per Person (Does not Include
Complimentary Packages)- Disneys Polynesian
Resort Luau
       
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Land Package price is based on participation in
Walt Disney Worlds Magic Music Days 4-Day
Program which requires submitting an application
for acceptance.   Walt Disney Worlds Magic
Music Days CHAPERONES admission is based on (2)
two adults per five (5) performing students.
Applicable Surcharge of 126.82 will be added for
additional adults. This surcharge does not
include t-shirt or lapel pin. These items may be
purchased at an additional cost. Prices are
subject to increase without notice at the
discretion of the Walt Disney World Company.
OPTIONAL ADD 484.00 - for Disney Educational
Workshop if less than 22 participants or 22.00
per person for 22 or more participants.
   
Please note Package based on current ticket
prices prices are subject to change without
notice Prices based on a minimum of 30 paying
passengers All prices NOT guaranteed until
contract issuance Rates are subject to
availability Attraction operating hours are
subject to change without notice Quote valid for
30 days from date indicated
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The Second Proposal is from Gateway Music
Festivals and Tours
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Transportation
  • Round-trip airfare between Halifax and Orlando
  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation for all
    activities and performances in Orlando
  • 1 - 55 passenger motorcoach
  • Motorcoach drivers gratuities

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Accommodations/Meals
  • Accommodations in three-star hotel in greater
    Orlando area 4 nights
  • Breakfast daily 4
  • Dinners 5
  • Disney meal coupons 3
  • Universal meal coupon 1
  • Dinner at Hard Rock Café - 1
  •  

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Performances in Orlando
  • Performances in Orlando
  • 3-day Magic Music Days Park Hopper package
    includes, admission to the Magic Kingdom, EPCOT
    Centre, Disney-MGM Studios Theme Park and
    Disneys Animal Kingdom
  • Magic Music Days group award
  • Directors festival information manual
  • Directors gift

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Lights, Camera and Action!
  • Lights, Camera and Action!
  • Lights, Camera and Action
  • 2 day Universal Park Pass package includes,
    admission to Universal studios and Islands of
    Adventure

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  • Non-Inclusive Items
  • Porterage of luggage at hotels or airline skycaps
  • Storage facilities at your hotel
  • Oversized luggage fees assessed by the airlines
  • Instrument or equipment rental
  • Surcharges for fuel increases
  • Individual travel insurance (optional)
  • Pre-departure meeting
  • Additional Inclusive Features
  • Services of a Gateway Tour Manager throughout
    your tour
  • All taxes and gratuities on inclusive services
  • One free trip for every 20 paying passengers
    including airfare, based on double occupancy rate
  • Tour manual
  • Directors gift
  •  

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  • Tour Price Orlando
  • Price based on 55 passengers traveling (53
    paying, 2 free based on double occupancy rate)
  • Prices are per person

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The prices and events included in this proposal
can only be confirmed upon receipt of a tour
application and booking of activities. The price
is subject to change according to the number of
passengers.   Air rates will not be available
until 11 months prior to your departure. This
estimated airfare is based on a rate available on
5/10/05, and includes estimated air taxes. Once
we request and hold actual air space for your
group, we will guarantee a fare two weeks prior
to receiving your air deposit. Airfares are
subject to airport tax increases until passengers
are ticketed and paid in full.   Please Note
Your initial invoices will show an estimated
distribution of passengers at the quad, triple,
double and single room rates, resulting in an
estimated total balance. When we receive your
final rooming list we will adjust your invoice to
reflect your actual distribution and actual final
balance. Your final balance must be paid in full
45 days prior to departure.   Magic Music Days
The director must complete all audition packets
for Magic Music Days. The application must be
sent to Magic Music Days at least 2 months prior
to the performance date requested.   Please
note The tour price and itinerary are
contingent upon the groups acceptance into Magic
Music Days.  
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Magic Music Days Disneyland Performance Audition
Guide   Application Deadline It is imperative
that any group interested in performing as a part
of Disneys Magic Music Days submits all required
performance material no later than 2 months prior
to departure date. Acceptance into the program
will determine the tour price, itinerary, and
performance options.  
Step One Take a Photograph of your group
Consider your costuming as equally important
to how your group plays, sings or dances, and
select the following    A formal, uniform
look, including shoes    A style that is age
appropriate and tasteful with respect to a family
audience    Costumes that suit your music and
choreography    Matching or complimentary
attire for the director and accompanists, if
applicable    A photo of your group in these
costumes that was taken after January 1, 2002
Not acceptable on stage at the Disneyland
Resort    Denim or T-shirts, athletic shoes,
sandals, tattered clothing or any unmatched or
non-uniform styles in clothing or footwear   
Bare feet, two piece costumes that show the
stomach, suggestive necklines, short crop-top
styles, miniskirts or other revealing
costumes    Costume changes    Mascots or
costumes that suggest the portrayal of any
personality including Disney characters   
Costumes that mask or cover the face If you
are purchasing new costumes and do not have them
at the time of application, please send a
drawing of your proposed costume
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Step Two Make a Recording Prepare a video
recording that reflects your groups best
performance skills. Your audition recording is
evaluated using the following criteria Sing
musically with special attention to enunciation,
intonation, balance and phrasing Maintain good
posture, energy and stage presence Have
appropriate content. Popular music may contain
content, lyrics and references that are not
appropriate at the Disneyland Resort. Airplay on
mainstream radio stations does not ensure
G-Rated content. Examples    Greased
Lightning from the Grease Soundtrack. This
version contains explicit lyrics An adaptation
without explicit lyrics is acceptable    The
Devil Went Down to Georgia by the Charlie
Daniels Band. This version contains explicit
lyrics An adaptation without explicit lyrics is
acceptable   Genie in a Bottle by Christina
Aguilera. The original version contains
inappropriate references An adaptation without
inappropriate references is acceptable and ensure
the quality of your recording    Chose a room
with the best possible acoustics for your
recording. The concert setting usually provides
better acoustics than your rehearsal room    Use
high grade equipment and a new video or
audiotape    Start recording close to the
beginning of the tape    Check your recording
close to the beginning of the tape    Check your
recording level to be sure playback is loud
enough but not distorted    Record three or four
short, upbeat selections that are representative
of your intended performance.    Play back your
entire tape to check your recording. You may
wish to use it as an educational tool by having
performers critique their audition before mailing
it.    Cue the tape to the beginning
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  •     Prepare a list of your recorded selections
    in order and attach it to your tape
  •       Label your tape with the name of your
    group
  •       No adjudication or promotional videos can
    be accepted

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  • Audition material is evaluated using the
    following criteria
  • Appearance costume uniformity and creativity,
    suitability for performance and for the Disney
    audience, cleanliness and grooming
  • Interpretation of Music and/or Choreography
    Contribution to overall show value through
    interpretation of music and/or choreography,
    facial expression, fluidity of movement, dynamics
    and phrasing
  • Showmanship ability to display a sense of flair,
    style and energy
  • Professionalism level of professionalism
    displayed during performance
  • Technical Execution level of technical
    achievement in music and/or dance, including
    accuracy of notes and rhythms, precision of
    movement, intonation, dynamics and phrasing
  • Show Content effectiveness of program choice,
    including creativity, variety and suitability for
    a Disney audience
  • Soloists (as applicable) Technical and
    interpretive ability or featured soloists
  • Accompaniment (as applicable) overall quality
    of media or live accompaniment 
  • Show Value Overall effectiveness of the
    performance as a show element for Disneyland
    Resort Guests

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OPTIONAL CHOICES
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  • Blizzard BeachA ski resort was built after a
    freak Florida snowstorm, but it turned into a
    water park as soon as the snow began to melt!
    This Disney water adventure is a winter
    wonderland with some of the longest, tallest and
    most unbelievable rides! Rides include Summit
    Plummet a free-fall speed slide, Teamboat
    Springs a bobsled flume, and Snow Stormers a
    toboggan flume through slalom gates! If youre
    looking for a tamer ride, try Cross Country
    Creeks lazy tube ride or Tikes Peak offering
    big fun for little kids.
  • Disney Quest Disney Quest is an indoor
    interactive theme park that combines Disney's
    magic with cutting-edge technology, such as
    virtual reality, to provide adventures for guests
    of all ages. In June of 1999, the flagship Disney
    Quest facility opened at the Walt Disney World
    Resort in Orlando. Interactive rides include
    Cyber Space Mountain in which you design the
    roller coaster of your dreams or nightmares, then
    buckle up with a friend and ride your creation in
    a full 360-degree pitch-and-roll motion-based
    simulator. Gravity is no obstacle on this roller
    coaster in space.
  • Downtown Disney Beyond the parks lies a world of
    entertainment with all the imagination, energy,
    and color you would expect from Disney. The
    newest entertainment area to explore is Downtown
    Disney, encompassing three unique areas the
    eclectic West Side, with cutting-edge dining,
    one-of-a-kind shops, a music superstore, and 24
    movie screens Pleasure Island, where eight
    outrageous clubs spill out into a nonstop street
    party and the Marketplace, a bustling shoppers'
    playground full of delightful restaurants and
    shops. Stroll along Disney's Boardwalk, a seaside
    celebration with shopping, dining, dancing, and a
    state-of-the-art sports bar.

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  • .
  • Typhoon Lagoon
  • A nasty typhoon swept through a 56-acre village
    tossing the shrimp boat, Miss Tilly, to the
    summit of Mt. Mayday. Rebuilt into a dazzling
    watery playground, Disneys Typhoon Lagoon water
    park offers high-speed thrills in a beautiful
    tropical environment. Among the rides is Typhoon
    Lagoon, featuring the worlds largest inland
    surfing waves, Humunga Kowabunga, with two
    speed slides to shoot you through caves at 30
    mph, and Shark Reef, where you can snorkel a
    coral reef teeming with sharks!
  • Universal Studios This movie-based theme park
    opened in 1990. The largest motion picture
    facility outside of Hollywood, Universal Studios
    Florida has entertained and excited countless
    visitors over the years with over 40 incredible
    rides, shows, movie sets and attraction. Its the
    only place on earth where you can go beyond the
    screen and actually Live The MoviesSM 

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Terms and Conditions
  • 1. Application Fee A non-refundable application
    fee of 500.00 must accompany this application
    (400.00 of the application fee will be applied
    to the payment of the tour.) 
  • 2. Air Deposit
  • International100.00 per person air deposit due
    within 14 days of air space confirmation
  • Hawaii/Mexico 100.00 per person air deposit due
    within 14 days of air space confirmation
  • U.S./Canada 50.00 per person air deposit due
    within 14 days of air space confirmation
  • 3. Land Deposit
  • If tour package does include airfare, the
    following land deposit is required
  • International 100.00 per person land deposit
    due within 30 days of air space confirmation
  • Hawaii/Mexico50.00 per person land deposit due
    within 30 days of air space confirmation
  • U.S./Canada50.00 per person land deposit due
    within 30 days of air space confirmation
  • If tour package does not include airfare, the
    following land deposit is required
  • International 150.00 per person land deposit
    due within 30 days of receipt of application
  • Hawaii/Mexico100.00 per person land deposit due
    within 30 days of receipt of application
  • U.S./Canada75.00 per person land deposit due
    within 30 days of receipt of application

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  • 4. Payment Schedule After air and land deposits
    have been submitted, the remaining balance is
    divided into four equal installments, to be made
    135/105/75/45 days prior to departure. Hotel
    reservations, meals, transportation, and
    activities are subject to cancellation if
    payments are not received by their due dates. If
    Gateway Music Festivals Tours, Inc. (Gateway)
    has not received payment in full 45 days prior to
    departure, Gateway reserves the right to cancel
    all arrangements and withhold all payments made.
    All payments must be made in United States
    currency, unless otherwise advised in writing by
    Gateway. Checks should be made payable to
    Gateway Music Festivals and Tours, Inc.
  • 5. Air Price Airfares quoted in proposals are
    estimated and cannot be confirmed until a deposit
    is paid and space is reserved. Airlines will not
    confirm space or fares until approximately eleven
    (11) months prior to the travel dates. Airfares
    quoted in proposals include estimated air taxes.
    Air taxes cannot be confirmed until air tickets
    are issued, approximately 45 days prior to
    departure.
  • 6. Land Price The land price includes the items
    listed in the Inclusive Features section of the
    proposal. The per person land price is based on a
    specific number of passengers as indicated in the
    proposal. If the number of passengers changes,
    the per person land price may be adjusted
    accordingly. International proposal prices are
    based on foreign exchange rates in effect on the
    date the proposal is sent. The land price will be
    finalized 45 days prior to departure, based on
    the number of passengers on the final rooming
    list and the foreign exchange rate at which
    Gateway made payments for the groups services.

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  • 7. Air Cancellation Fees With the exception of
    Hawaii, where a 50.00 cancellation fee is
    assessed from date of deposit, the initial air
    deposit is normally refundable up to four months
    (120 days) prior to departure. Certain airlines
    may charge a flat fee of up to 1,000.00 if the
    entire group cancels. If the group or an
    individual cancels between 119 days and 45 days
    before departure, the initial air deposit will be
    forfeited. Tickets are normally issued 45 days
    prior to departure. In most cases, tickets are
    non-refundable and non-transferable once issued.
  • 8. Land Cancellations Fees Up until 135 days
    prior to departure, Gateway will refund all land
    deposits with the exception of a flat
    cancellation fee of 1,000.00 if the entire group
    cancels, plus any additional vendors fees.
    Individual vendors may assess fees in addition to
    the standard cancellation fees listed below. If a
    replacement of the same gender is found and room
    block is not affected, cancellation fees may be
    reduced.
  • Cancellation fees from 135 day until departure
    are as follows
  • 135 106 days 20 of land cost
  • 105 46 days 40 of land cost
  • 45 16 days 60 of land cost
  • 15 Departure 75 of land cost
  • 9. Last-Minute Passenger Additions Any
    passenger added to the group within 45 days of
    departure will be assessed a surcharge of 20 of
    the quad rate in addition to any vendor fees or
    rate increases incurred by Gateway for the late
    passenger addition. In order to confirm the
    additional passenger, Gateway must receive
    written notification of the additional
    passenger's first and last name, an updated
    rooming list, flight manifest, coach list, and
    any meal or activity counts.
  • 10. Travel Insurance Gateway will provide your
    group with information about optional travel
    insurance to protect against cancellation,
    baggage loss, and medical expenses incurred
    during your tour. The cost of this insurance is
    not included in the proposal, unless otherwise
    noted, and must be purchased from Gateway.

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  • 11. Airline Obligations The services of any ARC
    or IATA member airline may be used in connection
    with this tour. The responsibilities of the
    designated carrier in the operation of this tour
    are limited to the air transportation involved.
    Direct air carriers liability in the event of
    schedule changes, delays, loss of or damage to
    baggage or for death or injury to person or
    property, is subject to and limited by the terms
    of their applicable tariffs.
  • 12. Air Deviations Because special group fares
    are used in these proposals, no deviations will
    be allowed on the outbound journey. Passengers
    may deviate on the return, but airlines place
    certain restrictions on the number of passengers
    that may deviate. Gateway will charge a
    processing fee for each deviation in addition to
    any supplemental charges assessed by the airline.
  • 13. Luggage This proposal includes the cost of
    transporting one piece of checked luggage (not to
    exceed 62 linear inches or 70 pounds) and one
    carry-on piece (not to exceed 45 linear inches)
    while traveling on the airlines.
  • 14. Itinerary Changes The programs offered have
    been designed by Gateway months in advance of
    departure. Gateway shall have the right to
    alter, amend, or cancel such programs and to make
    any adjustments to the program cost prior to
    departure in order to meet unanticipated
    contingencies. Such changes shall not be grounds
    for cancellation without penalty. Participation
    in the program constitutes approval of the
    itinerary and program costs. Should conditions
    beyond the control of Gateway require that
    changes be made to the itinerary Gateway will
    endeavor to provide alternate activities of an
    equal or higher value.

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  • 15. Festival Participation If your proposal
    includes participation in a Music Festival, we
    will advise the status of that festival 90 days
    prior to departure. Should there be an
    insufficient number of groups to operate a
    festival Gateway reserves the right to convert
    your package to a performance tour.
  • 16. Events beyond Gateways Control Gateway
    shall not be responsible for events beyond its
    control, such as, without limitation, acts of
    God, strikes, or governmental restrictions, or
    for acts of omissions of persons or companies not
    controlled by it, such as, without limitations,
    air carriers, bus companies, railways, and
    hotels. Gateway and its officers, directors,
    employees and agents are hereby released from all
    claims arising out of such events, acts, or
    omissions. 
  • 17. Health and Safety Measures Gateway shall
    have the right but not the duty, to take whatever
    actions it deems necessary in regard to the
    health and safety of any or all participants
    including, without limitation, obtaining medical
    treatment on their behalf and transporting them
    home for medical or other emergency reasons at
    the expense of the participant or their
    responsible party. For student groups a minor
    may not be left unattended at any time, and the
    school or organization is responsible to assign
    someone to be present at all times.
  • 18. Release The organization/school and each
    participant therein agrees to indemnify and hold
    harmless Gateway Music Festivals Tours, Inc.
    and its officers, directors, employees and agents
    from any financial liability or obligation
    incurred by either the school or any individual
    participant and from any injury or damage to the
    person or property of others which any
    participant causes or contributes to while
    participating in a Gateway program. By signing
    the application, the organization releases
    Gateway its officers, directors, employees, and
    agents from any and all causes of actions, claims
    and damages of any kind or nature whatsoever
    arising from any injury, loss, damage, costs,
    accident, delay, irregularity, or expense arising
    out of or in any way connected with the
    performances or operation of a Gateway program.
    This agreement/document shall be deemed executed
    in the State of Minnesota and construed according
    to the laws of the State of Minnesota.

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  • Additional Terms for Student Groups 
  • 1. Program Participation Each participant is
    expected to participate in all scheduled
    activities. The director and/or chaperones shall
    ensure that participants are present for all
    scheduled activities. Gateway is not responsible
    for any participant when absent from Gateway
    supervised activities.
  • 2. Rules and Standards Gateway shall have the
    right to enforce whatever reasonable group rules
    and standards are announced by Gateway. Such
    rules may include, without limitation, rules
    regarding attendance at meetings, daily curfew,
    dress standards, vulgar language, smoking, and
    behavior at the social activities. Gateway shall
    have the right to terminate the involvement of
    any tour participant who fails to comply with any
    such rules, and to send the participant home by
    the first available transportation at the expense
    of the participant or their responsible party.
  •  
  • 3. Alcoholic Beverages and Illegal Drugs
    Participants under the age of twenty-one are not
    permitted to use or have in their possession
    alcoholic beverages of any kind or illegal or
    narcotic drugs (other than those prescribed by a
    licensed physician). Possession of alcoholic
    beverages or illegal drugs is grounds for
    immediate dismissal. Gateway will send the
    participant home at the participants expense.

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Discovery Group Ltd Disney World Tour Orlando
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  • Day 1 01 May 2006 Depart Halifax and arrive
    Orlando. Transfer to your hotel.
  • Day 2 Day 4 02 May 2006 04 May 2006 Disney
    World at your leisure.
  • Day 5 05 May 2006 Transfer to Orlando airport
    for your flight home.

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  • Pricing in Canadian Dollars (Based on 4 people
    per room)
  • Minimum 50 paying passengers 1137pp
  • Minimum 40 paying passengers 1118pp
  • Minimum 30 paying passengers 1106pp Estimated
    spending money is 200 per person
  • Pricing in Canadian Dollars (Based on 3 people
    per room)
  • Minimum 50 paying passengers 1181pp
  • Minimum 40 paying passengers 1162pp
  • Minimum 30 paying passengers 1150pp Estimated
    spending money is 200 per person
  •  
  • Pricing in Canadian Dollars (Based on 2 people
    per room)
  • Minimum 50 paying passengers 1267pp
  • Minimum 40 paying passengers 1247pp
  • Minimum 30 paying passengers 1235pp Estimated
    spending money is 200 per person
  •  
  • The above price includes
  • Mandatory, all-inclusive travel insurance with
    minimum 5,000,000 medical coverage and full
    cancellation coverage. Ask us for details of the
    policy and exclusions to coverage such as
    voluntary cancellation and pre-existing
    conditions.

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  • Round-trip airfare between Halifax and Orlando.
    Please note that the included air taxes (106.00)
    are approximate and may change. We are not
    holding airspace. The flight schedule will be
    announced. Flights and tours are subject to
    change and subject to availability until booked.
  •   Ground transportation between the Orlando
    airport and the Disney Pop Century Resort. One
    free tour conductor in a twin occupancy room with
    minimum 30 passengers. Magic 4-Day Disney World
    Pass. There are 2 types of Disney World Passes. 
    The Magic Pass is for only admission to one park
    per day excluding the water parks it does not
    include transfers between the parks.  The Premium
    Pass permits access to all parks including water
    parks and includes transfers between the parks. 
    Everybody must have the same pass. The 4-Day
    Premium Pass will cost an additional 109.00
    Canadian per person.
  •  
  • The prices do not include
  • à     meals 
  • à     gratuities
  • à     personal expenses
  • à     any items not specifically indicated as
    included

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