2015 HAWAII LADIES GOLF - SPAIN & PORTUGAL Sep 17 (Thu) HONOLULU - SAN FRANCISCO Leave Honolulu at night for San Francisco via United Airlines. Sep...
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Sep 17 (Thu)

HONOLULU - SAN FRANCISCO Leave Honolulu at night for San Francisco via United Airlines.

Sep 18 (Fri)

SAN FRANCISCO - NEWARK - LISBON Arrive San Francisco early morning and transfer to your flight to Newark. Arrive Newark and transfer to your evening flight to Lisbon via United Airlines.

Sep 19 (Sat)

arrive LISBON


Arrive Lisbon in the morning. Transfer to your hotel. Afternoon sightseeing in Lisbon. Tour this ancient and lovely city overlooking the Tagus River. Admire its splendid avenues and monuments like the Tower of Belem, the Monument to the Discoverers, and the Jeronimos Monastery. Special "Roast Suckling Pig" dinner this evening Accommodations at MUNDIAL HOTEL

Sep 20 (Sun)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Golf today at a course near Lisbon (course tba). Special Fado Folklore show this evening. Accommodations at MUNDIAL HOTEL

Sep 21 (Mon)

day trip to NAZARE & FATIMA Breakfast at hotel. This morning take a tour north of Lisbon and visit the town of Nazare and Fatima. Nazare is a famous fishing town. It has a unique atmosphere with its wooden fishing boats which are still used today, very colorful with narrow curved prows. Fatima is one of the most important catholic shrines in the world dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Fatima's Sanctuary welcomes millions of pilgrims and tourists from all over the world. Fatima's fame is due to the Apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary that appeared to three shepherd children; Lucia dos Santos and her two younger cousins, Francisco and Jacinta. Free time to visit the Basilica. Late afternoon, return to Lisbon. Accommodations at MUNDIAL HOTEL

Sep 22 (Tue)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Drive to the town of Evora with its mosaic of culture, traditions and history. In the narrow streets of the whitewashed town, take a walking tour to visit some important monuments: the Roman Temple, the Romanesque-gothic Cathedral, Saint Francis Church & the "Bones Chapel" and the University. By the richness of its history, architecture, gastronomy and handicraft, we are taken to a variety of times, styles, flavors, smells, colors and shapes. Continue to the stunning coastline of southern Portugal. Along the 100 miles stretch of idyllic coastline are beautiful expanses of sand, rugged cliffs and hidden coves. The region is blessed with almost perfect weather. Arrive at Vilamoura where we spend two nights. Accommodations at VILA GALE AMPALIUS HOTEL

Sep 23 (Wed)

ALGARVE (southern Portugal)

(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Golf at one of the Oceanico courses. Afternoon excursion to Lagos and Sagres. Dinner and accommodations at VILA GALE AMPALIUS HOTEL Sep 24 (Thu)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Leave this morning to Southern Spain. Enroute stop in Seville, the fourth largest city in Spain. Visit Alcazar which served as Palace and Fort, then to the famous Cathedral, a unique combination of old Arabic and Christian architecture. Visit the Barrio de Santa Cruz, the old Jewish quarter where we will stroll along the narrow streets with its small bars and restaurants. Flamenco Dance show pending performance availability otherwise will book in another city. Continue to Costa del Sol where we spend three nights. The Costa Del Sol overlooks the Mediterranean. This area is famous for its sunny climate and activities. Accommodations at SOL HOUSE COSTA DEL SOL HOTEL

Sep 25


(B) (D)

(Fri) Breakfast at hotel. Golf at one of the courses at Torrequebrada. Accommodations at SOL HOUSE COSTA DEL SOL HOTEL Sep 26 (Sat)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Golf at one of the courses at Torrequebrada. Accommodations at SOL HOUSE COSTA DEL SOL HOTEL Sep 27 (Sun)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. Drive inland to Granada and visit the famous Alhambra Palace. "Alhambra” is an Arabic word that means red, the color of its fortified walls. Built during the 13th and 14th century, it took nearly 100 years to be completed. Visit includes the Court of the Myrtle’s, the Court of the Lions, the Hall of Secrets, the Hall of the Ambassadors, and the Alcazaba, the castle that guarded the Palace. We will also visit

the beautiful gardens of the Generalife with its green water gardens and the fountains that inspired several famous Spanish composers. Accommodations at MELIA HOTEL Sep 28 (Mon)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. This morning leave Granada and drive north to Madrid. Arrive Madrid and check-in at your hotel for two nights. Accommodations at HOTEL AGUMAR.

Sep 29 (Tue)


(B) (D)

Breakfast at hotel. This morning's sightseeing tour will allow you to get a glimpse of some of Madrid's most outstanding attractions, like the Puerta del Sol, the magnificent fountains of Neptune and Cibeles, the stately Alcala Gate, the busy Gran Via, the Plaza de España and the Plaza de Oriente. Free afternoon to explore Madrid’s famous Art Museums or perhaps take an optional tour to the Imperial former capital city of Toledo, where you will be escorted through its narrow cobblestone streets, soaking up the medieval atmosphere. Touring will include the interior of the magnificent Gothic cathedral and a visit to St. Tome Church, where El Greco's masterpiece painting is displayed. Sep 30 (Wed)

MADRID - HONOLULU Leave in the morning from Madrid to Frankfurt and connect to a United flight to San Francsico. Arrive San Francisco late afternoon. Clear customs and connect to a late evening flight to Honolulu. Arrive Honolulu around 9:40 pm.

Tour Price:

with 16 tour members, each person based on double occupancy -Land Costs $3,890.00 Land Costs for non-golfers less green fees $3,680.00 Airfare on United (as of 3/6/15, subject to availability at time of booking) $1,642.20 if Single supplement, additional $885.00


Deposit $200 per person (check only) by May 15, 2015 Flights will be booked when we have at least 16 tour members and the fare will be determined at time of booking.

PRICE INCLUDES                                

Round trip airport transfers Hotel accommodations as follows: 3 Nights Lisbon at 4* centrally located Mundial Hotel Full Buffet Breakfast daily in Lisbon Welcome Roasted Suckling Pig Dinner at La Veranda Rooftop Restaurant Fado Folklore musical performance 1 Round of Golf in Lisbon (course tba) 1 Regular Dinner at the hotel in Lisbon ½ day Sightseeing city tour of Lisbon Full Day Sightseeing of Nazare & Fatima Escorted Motor Coach Transportation Lisbon-Algarve-Seville-Costa del Sol-Madrid Professional English speaking tour director En route stop and walking tour of Evora 2 Nights Algarve (Vilamoura) at 4* beachfront Vila Gale Ampalius Hotel Full Buffet Breakfast daily in Algarve Dinner daily at the hotel in Algarve 1 Round of Golf in the Algarve at Oceanico Golf Full Day Excursion to Lagos & Sagres in the Algarve En route visit of Seville 3 Nights Costa del Sol at 4* beachfront Sol House Costa del Sol Hotel. Full Buffet Breakfast daily in Costa del Sol 3 Dinners at the hotel in Costa del Sol 2 Rounds of Golf at Torrequebrada Golf Course Full Day Excursion to Gibraltar 1 Night Granada at 4* centrally located Melia Hotel En route visit to Granada & The Alhambra Palace 2 Nights Madrid at 4* centrally located Agumar Hotel Full Buffet Breakfast daily in Madrid 1 regular Dinnerat the hotel in Madrid 1 Farewell Dinner in Madrid ½ day Sightseeing city tour of Madrid All Hotel taxes and service charges


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TOUR CONDITIONS RESERVATIONS / DEPOSITS Reservations with your deposit and completed tour registration form should be made as soon as you decide on joining the tour. Refer to each tour for the deposit amount. FINAL PAYMENT Final payment is due 45 days prior to departure date for USA & Canada tours; 45-60 days for international tours; 120 days for cruise tours — or refer to your invoice for due date of your final payment. CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS You have the right at any time to cancel the booking but if you do so you must make the cancellation in writing. You’ll receive a full refund on cancellations 45 days or more before departure date (120 days or more for cruise tours; 60 days for international tours), less any out-of-pocket costs. For cancellations received fewer than 45 days before departure date (or fewer than 120 days for cruise tours; 60 days for international tours), the deposit amount is charged regardless of the reason for cancellation plus any nonrefundable expenses incurred for hotels, carriers or ground contractors, cruise companies or other out-of-pocket expenses. No refunds are possible for unused portions of a tour unless arrangements are made before departure. If you must return home, refunds will be whatever net funds Travel Ways recovers from contractors. If any tour must be withdrawn, Travel Ways’ liability is limited to refund of monies received. Cruise ship, airline and other transportation penalties are subject to the rules of carriers. To protect against cancellation charges, Travel Insurance (cancellation, health, luggage) is strongly recommended (see below). TRAVEL INSURANCE (optional) Trip Cancellation coverage begins when you submit your insurance application and insurance premium directly to the Insurance Company. Most Insurance Companies require that you pay the premium within two weeks of your deposit to be covered for any pre-existing illnesses. Other coverage begin at the point and time of tour departure. Coverage continues for the duration of your tour or as specified with your particular plan. Details of benefits and exceptions/limitations of coverage are specified in the Travel Insurance brochure which will be mailed to after you register for the tour. These facts about the plan should be read carefully. Premiums are based on the amount of coverage you want and your age. You should call us before you submit your insurance application to verify the amount of coverage that you need. Normally, you do not need to take coverage for the full amount of the tour cost and only for the amount of non-refundable expenses. If Trip Cancellation Insurance has been declined, the cancellation of a tour is subject to the cancellation fees outlined above under Cancellation/Refunds. AIR TRANSPORTATION Air transportation via services of any scheduled carrier. Certain travel restrictions apply depending on the type of fare used. Stopovers are allowed on most tours at an additional cost as charged by the carrier. Airfares are based on tariffs in effect March 1, 2015 and are subject to change by the airlines. In the event of change in tariffs, the new rates will apply and must be paid accordingly. If passenger desires to be protected from any increases in airfares, the air ticket must be purchased according to the fare in effect. MILEAGE PROGRAMS — Mileage program Travel Awards (e.g. free or upgrade certificates) may be used but your credit amount will be the group net fare. You will be responsible to book your own

flights with the airlines. Also, if the group flights or dates are changed or if the tour is cancelled, Travel Ways will not be responsible for any fees for changes or re-credit of your award ticket. Travel Ways will give the mileage number on your registration form to the airline, however, we will not be responsible for missing credit (always present your mileage number when you check-in). Also, if you are not a member of the mileage program, we will not be responsible for your enrollment. To enroll, call or go to the airline web site: American - www.aa.com or call 1(800) 882-8880 Delta - www.delta.com or call 1(800) 323-2323 Hawaiian - www.hawaiianair.com Japan Airlines - www.jal.com or call 521-1441 Korean Air - www.koreanair.com United - www.united.com or call 1(800) 421-4655

TOUR ESCORTS The tour will be escorted from Honolulu provided the minimum passenger count is met.

LAND TRANSPORTATION Transportation by motorcoach, rail and ship/boat as pre-arranged by Travel Ways and tour organizers. Land costs are based on tariffs in effect on March 1, 2015 and are subject to change. In the event of change in tariffs or foreign exchange rates, new rates will apply and must be paid accordingly.

BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE Airline baggage allowance and fees varies from carrier to carrier. Information is available on each carrier’s web site. While on tour, porterage for one bag per person is included in the tour price. If a second piece of luggage is carried, a fee of $45 will be collected for extra porterage. No responsibility is accepted for loss of or damage to baggage or any of the passengers’ belongings. Baggage insurance is recommended.

TOUR PROGRAM The tour programs have been arranged by Travel Ways and tour organizers. Membership. All USA departures are subject to a minimum of twenty-five (25) tour members and International departures are subject to a minimum of twenty (20) tour members. If the minimum number of tour members is not met, Travel Ways will either (1) offer the client to travel in a small group at revised costs, (2) offer the client an alternate departure, or (3) cancel the tour and refund the full amount paid. Accommodations. Based on double occupancy (two persons sharing the same twin-bedded room). The hotels listed in the itinerary will be used on almost all departures. If a change becomes necessary for any reason, hotels substituted will be equivalent of category. Single, Triple, Teenager, Child rates are shown as available. Meals. Included meals are indicated as B for breakfast, L for lunch and D for dinner. Las Vegas and Reno hotel packages usually include meal coupons (adults only). Transfers. Included from airports, rail terminals, ship docks to hotels and vice versa, while with group flights. No Smoking. Please kindly note that smoking will not be allowed in motorcoaches. Health. Tour participants who require any form of assistance must be accompanied by a helper who is capable of and totally responsible for providing such assistance. We regret that because of space limitations, wheelchairs and walkers cannot be carried on motorcoaches. Any health problems must be disclosed at time of tour reservations and Travel Ways reserves the right to refuse or expel from the tour any participant whose physical condition impairs customary operation of the tour. While on tour, if a tour member requires medical attention, any expenses incurred by the tour escort (taxi fare, long distance calls, telex charges, etc.) will be payable by the tour member. Immigration. For tours which include Canada, passengers must now carry a U.S. Passport. Non-U.S. passengers must carry a valid passport or alien card. All non-U.S. passengers must have a “multiple entry” visa for tours entering Canada and returning to the USA. For International tours, some countries require visas and you will be notified on the required number of photos and forms to be completed and signed. Processing fees may apply.

TAXES, SERVICES AND TIPS All expected tipping is included to luggage porters and bellmen, so you do not need to be concerned about it. Tips to sightseeing guides, bus drivers, maids or for personal services are not included. TOUR PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE Not included are personal items such as room service, valet/laundry service, optional activities, meals not indicated, tipping for personal services not a part of the tour’s included features, visa fees for international tours and any other items not specifically mentioned as being included.

RESPONSIBILITY Travel Ways reserves the right not to accept or retain as a tour passenger any person whose condition or general deportment impedes the operation of the tour or affects the rights, welfare or enjoyment of other passengers. A refund for unused tour services is the limit of Travel Ways’ liability if such a person is required to leave the tour. These tours are planned a year or more in advance. Between planning time and the actual tour operation some changes or improvements may be made or unforeseen conditions beyond our control may deem necessary changes. Travel Ways will arrange for the provision of comparable services and any resulting additional expense will be payable by tour participants and any resulting saving will be refunded by Travel Ways to tour participants. The responsibility of Travel Ways and/or its agents or cooperative cosponsors of its tours is limited. They act only in the capacity as an agent for the passenger in all matters connected with hotel and dining services, sightseeing tours and other suppliers of services, and transportation whether by rail, air, motorcoach, car, ship/boat or by any other means. As agent, Travel Ways holds itself free of responsibility for any damage, injury or loss resulting from any cause. We cannot be responsible for any extra costs or losses resulting from any damage, expense or inconvenience caused by delayed or cancelled transportation services, changes of schedule, strikes or other conditions beyond Travel Ways’ control. Travel Ways neither owns nor operates any of the suppliers of services. All suppliers of services are independent of Travel Ways. Travel Ways is neither responsible nor liable for actions or defaults of those not directly under our control. If Travel Ways cancels a tour, it shall have no responsibility beyond the refund of all monies paid to Travel Ways by the tour participant or the tour participant’s travel agent. The airline and other transportation companies concerned are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time passengers are not on board the aircraft or other conveyance. The passenger’s contract, in use by the carriers concerned, when issued, shall constitute the sole contract between the carriers and the passenger.