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    Does anyone have or know of someone who has an NETC travel voucher they would be willing to sell for a discounted price? It must be valid for use during the summer of 2011.
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    Marge Costa On 10/16/13, Beverly wrote: > On 4/25/11, Megan wrote: >> Does anyone have or know of someone who has an NETC travel >> voucher they would be willing to sell for a discounted >> price? It must be valid for use during the summer of 2011. > > I have posted my NETC voucher on this website for sale. Good > for travel throu...See More
    Jul 14, 2014
    Marge Costa On 7/14/14, Marge Costa wrote: > On 10/16/13, Beverly wrote: >> On 4/25/11, Megan wrote: >>> Does anyone have or know of someone who has an NETC > travel >>> voucher they would be willing to sell for a discounted >>> price? It must be valid for use during the summer of 2011. >> >> I have posted my ...See More
    Jul 14, 2014
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    I just posted this to the Teachers.Net Field Trips mailring
    and hope for your input, too. I hope you will post your
    responses and discussiion here or on the Field Trips
    mailring. (The advantage of mailring posts is that they are
    now archived. Chatboard posts eventually disappear into
    cyberspace.)

    I'm...See More
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    We are traveling to Europe this summer with a student tour
    and have just now been told that our prices are going to go
    up over $350 and parents have just about one month to pay.
    We are very upset with this, and I was wondering if any
    other travelers are being hit with the same sudden charge
    by student tour gr...See More
    Paola /blockquote>

    BTY this company is Passports.

    On 4/13/08, Paola wrote:
    > We are traveling to Europe this summer with a student tour
    > and have just now been told that our prices are going to go
    > up over $350 and parents have just about one month to pay.
    > We are very upset with this, and I was wondering ...See More
    Apr 13, 2008
    paola /blockquote>

    On 4/13/08, Paola wrote:
    >
    > BTY this company is Passports.
    >

    Sorry to post so much,but this has been very upsetting. I have been going back
    and forth with our company for a week now. As Cari posted earlier, yes they
    waited until everyone was paid up before levying the fees; we have som...See More
    Apr 13, 2008
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    During our Easter break I took 22 students to London, Paris
    and Normandie with Prometour. The trip was fantastic! The
    kids really enjoyed themselves. Yes, there was a lot of
    walking, but it's a student tour. Everyone knew ahead of
    time that on student tours you walk. They got a break when
    we went to Normandie...See More
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    I am 55 years old and used to be a teacher before I took a
    French degree and decided to become a tour guide,
    director, manager whatever. I sympathise with all of you
    out there who are having difficulties with your choice of
    company for European trips. Basically you get what you
    pay for. You might be offe...See More
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    I am reading what everyone is saying about airline
    surcharges,and I used to be in that business. I am a French
    teacher now.
    1. The student companies do not purchase the airline tickets
    until they have received the final balance for your trip,
    typically 90 days before departure. Although the airlines
    have b...See More
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    Francoise Boden /blockquote>

    To Mr. Whatever:
    First, Françoise is a feminine name, so I am Mrs. Boden.
    Second, I don't think you read my answer carefully enough. I agree
    that companies do not know on which airline they will put you on
    when you sign on, but they know who they have contracts with, so
    they can tell you for example, for Eur...See More
    Apr 23, 2008
    ............ To say that responsible companies should plan ahead for these charges and show them up front is down right wrong, and here is why. Lets say a company charges $200 dollars up front to anticipate rising costs when they actually book the ticket; then lets say when they go to book the ticket the price has only gone up $100 dollars. Then the company pro...See More
    Oct 1, 2008
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    We are planning a spring break '09 trip to Madrid,
    Barcelona and Venice. We have been traveling with ACIS
    for the last 8 years but recently we have been
    disappointed with hotel locations.

    We are considering both ACIS and NETC. I would like
    feedback from anyone who has made the switch and feedback ...See More
    Scott Hendry /blockquote>

    Companies are good, NETC has made great improvements in the
    last couple years, and they really do seem to care about the
    kid’s education.

    I've traveled with both of them over the last 10 years. I've
    had groups ranging from in size from 10-30 students. ACIS did
    well on my china trip, but I’ve al...See More
    May 18, 2008
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    You all complain about EF Tours, but if it weren't for
    them our school could not afford to travel. We are in a
    very depressed region, and we fundraise %80 of our tour
    costs. I just got a quote for a Europe trip in 2009 from
    ACIS and it was $1000 more expensive for the exact same
    tour. That just doesn't m...See More

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