THE LARGEST cruise ship to call at Sydney arrived early this morning when the Giant Ovation of the Seas (IMO 9697753) berthed at the Overseas Passenger Terminal at about 6am. Several passengers of the Ovation of the Seas who are using Google are already aware of the best tour operators and cultural spectrum of events and activities in Sydney. Due to less than six degrees of separation, and with hard core irony, many Ovation souls are keen to view The world's biggest wooden ship - The barque Tenacious which invaded Sydney yesterday
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Renaissance Tours is Australia’s leading cultural and special interest tour operator and a lot more. As this agency offers an exquisite program of opera, music, ballet, art, garden and rail tours around the world and within Australasia ... Renaissance Tours - Calendar
According to premier traveller's journal, Renaissance Tours has something for everyone with its brilliant sellection of events... Renaissance Tours has carved out a niche by following the art and music trails since 1997. Two Decades of experience is appreciated by seasoned culture vultures. As a result, MMXVII, 2017, is shaping up as rather colourful one for the 20th Anniversary Year - The Best Year is Yet to Come ...
Speaking of hues, colourful popular ABC Classic FM presenters Mairi Nicolson, Damien Beaumont and Christopher Lawrence have signed up to travel the world and lead music and opera tours for Renaissance Tours in 2017
Baby-boomers want tours that will feed their minds (plus a bit of shopping), writes Caroline Gladstone of Traveller.Com. Au. Well-travelled, well-read and well-off is one way of describing the growing band of Australians taking cultural tours.Antipodean Renaissance Tours De Force
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