Jun 01

Grenzlos Special: Register now and receive 10 percent off the Tour du Mont Blanc I.

The cows are just now heading to higher alpine pastures and Grenzlos, one of our house gnomes, feels a bit frisky. Last night he spun the cow and the Tour du Mont Blanc won the cheese. That’s right, register between now and June 15 and you’ll get 10 percent off the Tour du Mont Blanc I, running from July 11-20, 2007. Grenzlos doesn’t usually do this type of thing, (maybe once each summer) so steal a spot while you can.

You have 15 days to grab your airfare and enjoy a reduced price. That’s $280 off the per-person double occupancy price and $310 off the per-person single price. Think of the wonderful alpine goodies that you can buy with that extra cash. Wine; cheese; chocolate; cowbells; little yodeling people; gnomes; alphorns; extra rail passes; a night at a posh hotel; a generous tip for your outstanding guide. What’s your vice?

Please contact us to register or for more details.

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