Allure of the Seas changes maiden voyage schedule

first_img<a href=”http://www.etbtravelnews.global/click/24aec/” target=”_blank”><img src=”http://adsvr.travelads.biz/www/delivery/avw.php?zoneid=10&amp;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Royal Caribbean International has pushed the first revenue voyage for Allure of the Seas’ inaugural season forward by one week.  The ship’s maiden voyage will be a seven-night Western Caribbean itinerary, which will now set sail on December 5, 2010 instead of on December 12, 2010 as originally planned. Guests booked on the original sail date of December 12 will be contacted by their travel agent or a Royal Caribbean representative, and given the opportunity to move their cruise vacation to December 5*. Booked guests who opt for the December 5 sailing will be re-accommodated in the same stateroom and category, and the cruise fare will be the lower of either the fare paid or current prices. Guests booked on the December 12, 2010 sailing will have until the end of the month to switch to the December 5 sailing and ensure they keep the same stateroom. Australians who want to experience the Allure of the Seas firsthand can call 1800 754 500 and travel professionals should call 1300 754 500.Prices for seven night Eastern Caribbean cruise start from $1,795** (sailing in March 2011).  Royal Caribbean International was able to push the Allure dates forward because the ship is ahead of schedule; the yard is now able to complete the ship earlier than planned.* No guests travelling from Australia were affected by this change.**Prices are for inside cabin, per person, including all taxes and gratuities. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: C.Flast_img read more

September 2 2003 CENTURY PLANT This cluster of C

first_imgSeptember 2, 2003CENTURY PLANT: This cluster of Century Plants [Agave Americanan] grows behind the Ceramics Apse. One of the plants has begun to grow its flower stalk. This first photo was taken on 5/1 of this year. [Photo & text: sa] >>left>> There is a remarkable difference in size on 5/6. >>right>> This photo was taken on 5/12. [Photo & text: sa] >>left>> 5/22 We did not measure the size but the push of this plants effort is amazing. >>right>> On 5/28 little branches have sprouted at the top portion of the stalk. [Photo & text: sa] >>left>> On 6/9 buds have grown on the branches and >>right>> on 6/27 the beautiful flowers are visited by busy bees. [Photo & text: sa] The stalk of this plant turns into a very light, hollow wood, with solid branches and large seedpods on those branches. It has been observed that this kind of stalk can be used for a version of the aborigin instrument digereedoo. This report will continue. [Photo & text: sa]last_img read more

Tecumseh resident joins Jenkins at Capitol

first_img 13-year-old Charles Williams, Jr. attends meetings, session with lawmakerTecumseh resident Charles Williams, Jr. today joined state Rep. Nancy Jenkins in Lansing to job shadow the lawmaker.“Charles is very interested in politics and how things work at the Capitol, and I was excited to have him join me,” said Jenkins, R-Clayton. “It’s always great when young people are interested in what goes on in Lansing, and I hope that Charles learned a lot today.”Williams met with Jenkins and other state representatives to learn more about the state budget, sat in on meetings with Jenkins and was recognized on the House floor.“I am grateful for this opportunity,” Williams said. “Not many kids get the chance to experience something like this. I know it’s a hard job, but I’d like to be a representative someday. It would be tough but worth it.”### Categories: News 31Jan Tecumseh resident joins Jenkins at Capitollast_img read more

Legislative Update for June 12 2014

first_imgplaypause Categories: Audio,News – 0:00:00 / 0:00:00Update RequiredTo play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 12Jun Legislative Update for June 12, 2014center_img House Republicans look at the state’s 2015 Fiscal Year budget as it passes through the House. Legislative Update for June 12, 2014 [ 2:54 ] Play Now | Play in Popup | Download (143)last_img