|"Greek Summer Vacation 2004"
Athens 2004 Olympic Games
August 21-29 - Athens, Greece
|5-Day & 7-Day Vacation Package includes:
Round-trip airfare (non-stop) to Athens
Luxurious Hotel Accommodations on Mykonos Island
Exclusive Sight-seeing Tours
Optional Package includes:
Tickets to the Olympic Events
and much, much more!!!
Courtesy of Homeric Tours, Inc.
|Athens, The Acropolis
|8/21: Depart JFK, New York City to Athens with non-stop service on North
8/22-27 (8/29): Arrive in Athens, and connect to flight with Olympic Airlines
to the island of Mykonos.
Meet and assist on arrival in Mykonos by an English-speaking Homeric Tours
Seven nights (7) accommodations at the Superior 1st Class San Marco Hotel
with buffet breakfast daily.
San Marco is conveniently located 10 minutes from town. A courtesy shuttle
is available to town for shopping, lunch, dinner or to enjoy the nightlife that
Mykonos is famous for.
The amenities of the San Marco will ensure a stay that can both be fun and
restful. Enjoy a relaxing day by the swimming pool overlooking the deep blue
water of the Aegean Sea, while sipping a drink at the poolside bar and listening
to music with an international flair.
|View of the Aegean Sea from San Marco Hotel
|Tour: Enjoy a half-day excursion to Delos (ferry/tour included).
Delos is a small dry islet in the middle of the Cyclades group of
islands. Delos, according to Greek mythology, was floating in
the seas and emerged from the waters and became visible ("delos"
in Ancient Greece means visible) only when Leto was allowed to
give birth there to Apollo and Artemis, the fruit of her love with
Zeus. Hera was persecuting her, not allowing any land to be the
birthplace of the twins, until Delos welcomed them, thus
becoming one of the biggest and most important sanctuaries of
the ancient world. It has been inhabited since the year 3000 BC.
Optional Package: 1-day excursion to Athens & Olympic
Games. Included is round-trip transfers in Mykonos and
Athens, round-trip air Mykonos-Athens, and one (1) event
ticket (Category B seating) to an Olympic event of your choice.
Tentative scheduled date is 8/26.
8/27 (8/29): After breakfast, transfer from hotel to the airport
for return flight to New York.
|Mykonos Island, Greece
|Travel Guide / Attractions:
The Acropolis, Roman Agora, The Plaka District (Old Athens),
Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Syntagma Square, Mount Olympus,
The Parthenon, Byzantine Monuments, and more!
Basketball, Track & Field, Swimming, Triathlon, Cycling,
Volleyball, Sailing, Boxing, Soccer, Wrestling, and more!
Note: Please select 1 sporting event that you may wish to include
in your optional package. Schedules will be announced shortly.
|Air Travel provided by North American Airlines
Accommodations provided by the San Marco Hotel
Ground Transportation provided by Avis Car Rental
(Corporate discounts via Xpozure Entertainment, Inc.)
Avis Fleet Display in Greece
|Vacation Package costs:
5-day - $2259.00 or 7-day - $2512.00
(Per person, Double occupancy)
Single Supplement: 5-day - $600.00 or 7-day - $840.00
Optional Excursion to Athens - $383.00
Payment Due Dates:
1st payment - Now Accepting - $200.00 per person
2nd payment due on June 17th - 50% of total costs
Full payment due on July 17th
|Please make checks payable to Xpozure Entertainment, Inc.
Check Memo: Greek Summer Vacation 2004 - Group #1619
Mail payments to:
Xpozure Entertainment, Inc.
66 Saint Nicholas Place, Suite A51
New York, NY 10032
If you have questions or comments, please call (888)935-1333
or E-mail: Wm. Michael Reid
Passports & Visas -
Participants with valid U.S. and Canadian passports do not require visas. If you hold a passport of a foreign country, please contact the Greek
Consulate in your area for information on whether you need a visa.
The unit of currency is the Euro. Coinage is used in denominatons of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, and 50 cents with 1 and 2 euros. Banks notes come in units
of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 euros. It is not necessary to exchange your money prior to your arrival in Athens.
The standard electrical current throughout Greece is 220 AC and the outlets are made for 2 round poles.
Time Zone -
There is a 7-hour (+7) difference when New York is on the Eastern Standard Time. Greece, along with the rest of the European Community,
observes daylight savings from April to October.