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Author:  Albrecht [ Wed Apr 12, 2000 8:59 pm ]
Post subject:  NYCB Launches Travel Planner

Here is something I received from NYCB.<P>It is spring and New York is at its most glorious. The time has come to plan that get-away weekend filled with the dazzling sights and experiences that are New York City at its best. New York City Ballet can help you create the visit of a lifetime with NYCB Travel Planner.<P><BR>NYCB launches this new online feature today with two Weekend Travel Offers that are guaranteed to fill your days with the joy of brilliant dancing and provide you with an unprecedented up-close and behind-the-scenes look at the creative processes of one of the world's great ballet companies.<P><BR>Click here, <A HREF="http://royal.reliaserve.com/nycbtp/" TARGET=_blank>http://royal.reliaserve.com/nycbtp/</A> to see which weekend, May 26-28 (Memorial Day Weekend) or June 9-11, is right for you. Full details regarding performances, accommodations, dining, Ballet Insider activities, and other attraction advantages are outlined in the NYCB Travel Planner section of NYCB's website.<P><BR>Click here, <A HREF="http://www.nycballet.com/travel/travelplan.htm," TARGET=_blank>http://www.nycballet.com/travel/travelplan.htm</A> to see a photo gallery of some of the works and dancers that will make these weekends a time to treasure. Plan now to get-away with NYCB Travel Planner!<P>NOTE: Stuart has taken the liberty of removing a comma from the end of the URL, so that it works. If you still get a Not Found message, check the URL box at the top of your page and if the comma is still there, remove it manually. I think my cache is playing up. I have also added one of the photos because it has one of my favourite dancers, Albert Evans, looking fluent and poised, as ever.<BR><p>[This message has been edited by Admin (edited April 05, 2002).]

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