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Dream Travel – Enjoy Our Sports Dream Trips in 2011

I invite you to join our sports dream trips to the Superbowl, the NCAA final four, the Masters and The Kentucky Derby in 2011. Read highlights of each trip right here.

WHEN:
February 3rd – February 7th
DREAMTRIP INCLUDES:

* 5 Days & 4 Nights
* Deluxe room accommodations
* Full American breakfast buffet daily
* Happy hour cocktails provided by the Magnolia Hotel
* Bed time cookies & milk buffet provided by the Magnolia Hotel

* 24 hour fitness center & Starbucks located inside hotel
* 2-Reserved Upper Level tickets with an unobstructed view for the game
* Must book your own airfare into Dallas

HOTEL INFORMATION:

Experience the new Dallas Cowboy Stadium. Designed by the HKS Sports & Entertainment Group, the venue enhances the international Cowboys brand with its modern, progressive architecture while incorporating elements of Texas Stadiums heritage such as the shape of the roofs opening and the Ring of Honor. Designed to be open or closed, depending on weather conditions, the expansive retractable roof is the largest of its kind in the world and measures approximately 660,800 square feet. When closed, the roof encompasses 104 million cubic feet of volume, making it the largest enclosed NFL stadium in the world.

Upscale, modern meets historic, urban architecture at the Magnolia Hotel Dallas, one of the city’s most recognized buildings. “Pegasus – The Flying Red Horse,” is illuminated at night and shines brightly as the icon of Dallas from atop this beautiful boutique hotel. The downtown Dallas hotel is located near the American Airlines Center, home of the Dallas Mavericks; Dallas Convention Center; Texas Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys and the Cotton Bowl, and the flagship Neiman Marcus.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

* Car rental is recommended for this DreamTrip.
* Optional $500 non-refundable deposit per person is available, balance due to DreamTrip Agent by January 25th, 2011
* Hotel is subject to change based on availability at time of booking

Policies
Disclaimer: – No DreamTrip host will be provided on Sports Packages.
Cancellation Policy: – Once booked, Sports trips are non-refundable. No exceptions.

BOOK YOUR SUPERBOWL DREAM TRIP when you visit http://DreamTravelAtDreamPrices.com
CLICK DREAM TRIPS in the top menu bar and scroll down to click on SUPERBOWL TRIP.

Spend five days and four nights at a deluxe hotel in Houston, Texas! This DreamTrip includes deluxe room accommodations, daily breakfast, two reserved tickets (two tickets per couple) to the Final Four semifinals (two games) on Saturday and championship (one game) on Monday, two passes to the NCAA’s Hoop City, and exclusive concierge service to make your experience memorable.

The “Final Four” met for the first time in 1939. With a turnout of 6,000 for the two nights of the Western playoffs and a combined attendance of only 3,500 for the East, the organizers fielded a net loss of $2,531. Since the coaches did not have that much money in the treasury, they requested that the NCAA underwrite the deficit and assume fiscal and organizational responsibility for the future tournaments. The NCAA agreed, and since then, the NCAA Final Four has proven to be the pinnacle event for college basketball, drawing millions of viewers each year.

Book Your NCAA Final Four DreamTrip now at http://DreamTravelAtDreamPrices.com
Click on DreamTrips in the top menu bar and scroll down to see our sports dream trips.

Spend four days and three nights at the Baymont Inn & Suites in Augusta, Georgia. This DreamTrip includes deluxe room accommodations; daily breakfast; two tickets per booking to the Masters practice rounds on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday; and exclusive concierge service to make every aspect of your trip a memorable and rewarding experience. (Airfare is not included.)

The first Masters Golf Tournament was held in 1934 under the name “The Augusta National Invitation Tournament.” Founder Bob Jones believed the name “The Masters” sounded too preposterous, and it took until 1939 before he officially changed the tournament’s title.

Since then, it has hosted some of golf’s most amazing moments—and memorable personalities. Indeed, from Gene Sarazen’s double eagle on the par-5 15th hole in 1935, to Tiger Woods’ today. The Masters is second to none. This package includes two tickets to the tournament’s final round and access on Sunday to the Corporate Hospitality House, located directly across the street from Augusta National Country Club.

Book Your Masters Tournament DreamTrip Now at http://DreamTravelAtDreamPrices.com
Click on DreamTrips in the top menu bar and scroll down to see our sports dream trips.

Spend four days and three nights at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky! This DreamTrip includes deluxe room accommodations, daily breakfast, grandstand tickets to the Kentucky Oaks, grandstand tickets to the Kentucky Derby, and exclusive concierge service available to ensure a memorable and rewarding experience. (Airfare is not included).

Meriwether Lewis Clark Jr., who built Churchill Downs in Louisville, wanted his track to have a race that would rival England’s Epsom Derby. After visiting England to study both its tracks and its races, he established the Kentucky Derby, which was first run on May 17, 1875. However, the derby was just another regional race until 1902, when Col. Matt J. Winn took over the track. By 1920, the Kentucky Derby had become the best-known race in North America, and was attracting the top 3-year-olds from all over the country. Today, the race serves as the crown jewel of the Triple Crown, drawing millions of spectators worldwide. For many, it is the prime example of what horse racing once was, and what it could be, for years to come.

Book Your Kentucky Derby DreamTrip Now at http://DreamTravelAtDreamPrices.com
Click on DreamTrips in the top menu bar and scroll down to see our sports dream trips.

Feel free to email me with your sports dream trip questions: info@tribeofblondes.com

Hadley Finch

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