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Save $400 on China Spree’s $1,699 Super Value Tour


 Save $400 on China Spree’s $1,699 Super Value Tour


Bellevue, WA, February 13, 2012—Take advantage now of the $400 discount on China Spree’s 10-night China Delights tour, which starts as low as $1,699 and includes round-trip flights from San Francisco, all internal transportation and transfers, fuel surcharge and government fees, 4-star hotels with private bath and all amenities, 24 delicious meals (including daily American buffet breakfast), comprehensive sightseeing tours with entrance fees, special evening shows and expert tour director and guides.  Super value, indeed; this is truly first-class travel at bargain prices.


This introductory tour covers the top tourist destinations along China’s east coast, starting in China’s proud capital.  In Beijing you’ll visit the famous Tianenman Square; the Forbidden City, the 9,999-room palace from which emperors ruled the Middle Kingdom for centuries; the idyllic lakeside Summer Palace gardens; and China’s legendary monument: the Great Wall of China.   


In Suzhou, a 2,500-year-old town known as “the Venice of the East,” you’ll see two beautiful traditional gardens, ancient canals and a fascinating silk factory (with demonstration from silk worms to finished fabric), and in nearby Tongli, a charming little water town you can wander along the canals and cobbled lanes lined with Ming-style homes and enjoy a gondola ride.  Then it’s on to Hangzhou, for a cruise on the picturesque West Lake, called “the landscape composed by a painter,” and a Chinese Tea Ceremony at the renowned Dragon Well Tea Plantation.


The tour winds up in Shanghai, China’s most sophisticated and cosmopolitan city, once known as “the Pearl of the East,”  where sightseeing includes the Bund, the celebrated riverside promenade; the skyscrapers of futuristic Pudong; and the wonderful Shanghai Museum.  There’s also free time in Shanghai to enjoy the trendy restaurants, bars and shops of Xin Tian Di, the Old Shanghai Bazaar and the shops on Nanjing Road.


There are lots of special features, too:  visiting pandas at the Beijing Zoo, a rickshaw ride through Beijing’s old neighborhoods with lunch in a local family’s traditional courtyard home, a Peking duck dinner,  a performance of the Shanghai Acrobats and a ride on the world’s fastest magnetic levitation train.


Add-on air fares from other departure cities are $300 from New York, Boston,  Washington, D.C. and Chicago,  and $150 from Los Angeles.


All prices quoted are cash only, are per person, double occupancy, and are subject to availability.  For more information about the China Delights  and other good-deal  tours, log onto and click “China Tours.”

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