Travel: Brochures of the week
Sunday 28 December 1997
The holiday lets in this brochure have been photographed so that you can see what they look like and where they are located, and for many there are shots of the pleasingly decorated interiors too. Great.
If you are after a highbrow break, then order a copy of the pocket-sized Ace Study Tours brochure. Here you'll find guided tours to Uzbekistan, Iran, Portugal and Norwich that cater for people interested in the arts, walking and nature. Illustrated with wonderful line drawings, and very easy to use, this brochure also has a few surprises. For example, in addition to trips to ancient Anatolia and the lost cities of the Maya, there's a brilliant tour of New York and the Hudson Valley, concluding with five days in Manhattan. It costs a mighty pounds 1,890 for your flights, accommodation, excursions and entrance fees.
Helpful Holidays, tel 01647 433593; Ace Study Tours, tel 01223 8350565.
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