We're planning a trip to Munich, Germany and then on to Rome, Italy. I would appreciate any suggestion and instructions concerning travel between the two cities. Should we fly or take the train? Are there any interesting stops if we decide to travel via rail? How far in advance should we order tickets or can we purchase tickets a day in advance ? Thanks
Since December 2013 we have done 4 LL packages and it is nice to report that this one went off without any glitches!
Our LL package included:
3 nights in an executive suite
Complimentary WiFi (usually 250 pesos per day)
Complimentary use of the spa pool & spa facilities (usually a $2.50 per day charge)
$100 credit for dining or spa services (we used for dining)
All taxes and service charges
The Marquis Reforma hotel is
I haven't taken my trip yet, but Jim was absolutely awesome during the booking process! He was extremely patient, knowledgeable and efficient! I have rarely had a better customer service experience, EVER!
He even beats the Ritz!
THANK YOU , Jim!!
He should get a Bonus1
With the US Dollar continuing to strengthen against the Argentina Peso, it seems like I can hear the 'calling' for a return to a country we love so much. Although Buenos Aires is an intriguing city with so much to see and do, it is primarily the western section of the country that we find so attractive.
We're in hopes Luxury Link will increase their selection of luxury destinations in and around Mendoza and possibly find a gem or two up in Salta.
Argentina would be perfect
we have a day& 1/2 there on a silverseas cruise, x month~~~any suggestions appreciated, to do and where to dine? thx larry j
special howdy to LL travelfan!
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