Montauk Teachers Travel Survey
Listed below are two possible options for your one-week holiday get-away next year. We would very much appreciate it if you could please let us know how interesting you find them to be for the April 8 to 15, 2017 tour.
A – Greece – Athens & a Greek Island Cruise. An enchanting journey to the sacred sites of ancient Greece that were the home to the pantheon of Gods and Goddesses that have shaped our lives. Walk the ancient pathways at the magnificent Acropolis, the Panathenaic Stadium, the Temple of Zeus and more in Athens. Then board your cruise ship for a 5-day/4-night Greek Island cruise featuring some of the most beautiful and fascinating ports in the world, including, Mykonos, Patmos, Rhodes, Crete and Santorini. You’ll find beautiful beaches, white-washed buildings and blue-domed churches along the way, plus magnificent antiquities and ruins of ancient civilizations. Shoppers will also love Greek Islands cruises, as the country’s low cost of living translates into rock-bottom prices for most visitors. Delight in the Greek cuisine and sample Athens’s nightlife.
B – Louisiana – Louisiana, the land of gumbo, Zydeco, crawfish, gator steaks and les bons temps, is about as foreign a place you can travel to while still staying within the USA. Tow touristic American treasure sampling the best of Cajun and Creole influences We will start in Lafayette, founded by the Acadians in the 19th century. Here the legacy of Louisiana’s French, Spanish and Caribbean ancestors comes together in creating a city that is the heart of Cajun country. Take a Swamp Tour, visit the classic Southern plantations, have a real Po Boy sandwich in Lafayette, have a special Cajun dinner and dance to the Zydeco music at famous Randal’s dance hall. Then on to New Orleans, the “Big Easy,” that after being half-drowned, is welcoming back visitors with the music, food and sites it’s famous for. Tour the historic district, experience Jazz as only New Orleans can give it on a Mississippi River dinner cruise.
Note: The areas we will visit have not been affected by the recent flooding.
C – None of the above. Thank you, but I am not interested in going on any of these tours next April.