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15 wonderful days in Mexico only $66.20 Canadian Pacific Air Lines Mar 31, 1960

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 15 Wonderful Days
IN
MEXICO
ONLY
$66.20
CcuuuUom Pi
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When you fly Canadian Pacific, going and coming is a
high point of your holiday. There's a wealth of personal
attention . . . superb meals and vintage wines . . . sumptuous interiors to every "Empress". Flying Canadian Pacific
keynotes your holiday! IN  MEXICO
Mexico is an exciting and friendly vacation-
land — sparkling clean hotels fitted to suit
your taste and your pocketbook — luxurious
restaurants unequalled anywhere in North
America — glamorous nightclubs. Dance to
rythmic Latin music. Listen to the thousand
"o-leys" of the bullfight. Swim in the warm
waters of Acapulco and deep-sea fish for the
Marlin and Tuna. See the modern architecture of Mexico's famed University and the
marked contrast of the ancient pyramids.
Enjoy modern living in a land full of
variety and contrast. Shopping bargains are
unbelievable.
Mexico is closer than you think — only 9
hours away on Canadian Pacific's fast nonstop luxury flights from Montreal or Toronto
and Vancouver. Ideal for your 15 day tour.
Treat your family to an international vacation — one they will never forget.
II 15 FIESTA DAYS IN MEXICO
IT-RTB-62
First Day—
Board Canadian Pacific's Mexican Empress for a
fast non-stop flight to Mexico City. Enjoy a
leisurely dinner served by friendly stewardesses
and then read, practice your Spanish phrases, or
just doze in the comfort of your loungaire chair
— as you wing your way high above the clouds.
Second Day—
Arrive in Mexico City and take the limousine to
any one of these internationally famous hotels —
The Ritz — The Majestic — The Francis — or the
de Cortes — all located in the heart of Mexico.
Third Day to Sixth Day—
If you wish, spend these days sightseeing in and
around Mexico City. See the famous Shrine of
Guadalupe, the floating gardens of Xochimilco,
modern University City and many other attractions of this modern and ancient city. Take advantage of the many bargains to be found in the
Mexican stores — the exquisite hand carved
jewellery, the tooled leather handbags, briefcases,
luggage, and the many other items at low, low
prices.
Eighth Day to Fourteenth Day—
Plan your own itinerary for seeing other highlights of Mexico. Spend two or three days in
Taxco, Acapulco, or Vera Cruz. Acapulco's sandy
beaches provide you with a restful setting for the
conclusion of your Mexico holiday.
Fifteenth Day-
Say "Hasta Luego" to Mexico and board Canadian
Pacific's Empress of the Air for your return flight
home.  There will be lots to tell your family and
friends.
Seventh Day—
After lunch, take a taxi to see the fascinating
drama of the bullfight. You will see man pit himself against the Mexican bull, one of the fiercest
animals when enraged. It is an exciting exhibition
of skill and daring.  Don't forget your camera!
I
TOUR INCLUDES—
• ■ Sharing  a  double  room  and  including  breakfast
for 14 nights in Mexico City in the Hotels Ritz,
Majestic, Francis or de Cortes.
(Single supplement add $36.40 to cost of tour)
• Transfers upon arrival and departure Mexico City.
• Transportation and tickets to the Bullfight. For those wishing to spend some of their
vacation in Acapulco or participate in more
activity, the following costs will assist you
to plan your itinerary:—
Transfers to and from Acapulco Airport
to hotel—$1.60 each direction.
Room cost per person (sharing a double
room) in Mexico City $4.20 including
breakfast.
Room cost (sharing a double or single
room) Hotel Riviera in Acapulco—$4.80
per person including breakfast.
Local sightseeing in Mexico City:—
University Tour—$3.20 per person.
Day trip to Taxco including sightseeing
in Taxco and lunch in Taxco—$12.00 per
person.
Mexican Night Tour including visit to
four night clubs, 2 floor shows and 4
cocktails—$10.00 per person.
Guadalupe Shrine, Monastery and Pyramids including lunch—$6.00 per person.
■
The Ritz, Francis, Majestic and de Cortes
hotels are four of the iiinest hotels in Mexico
City. Ideally located, they provide you with
modern living suited to your taste and your
budget. Luxurious and spacious accommodation — your choice of international cuisine.
It's Mexican hospitality at its very best.
e
To the Tour Cost add the
Mexico Air
Excursion*
Vancouver       $199.00
Victoria          209.00
Seattle (via
Vancouver)
Calgary (via
Vancouver)
Edmonton (via
Vancouver)
Winnipeg  (via
Toronto)    	
Toronto   	
Montreal   	
Quebec City	
SPECIAL!
SAVE^6M)0  on
* Caita^iaii'Pa^fic's new
l?r4uy ^xctwsion fare
11 d*_Vi e xi o e -*- only
« $199_e0 r^etarn   from
'Vancouver.
Applicable Return
Fare
Tourist First Class
$260.30   $339.60
260.30    339.60
217.60
253.00
263.00
260.30
314.30
324.30
258.90
198.00
230.00
249.00
339.60
364.90
389.90
347.20
286.80
320.80
339.80
"'Effective April 15 - December 15. GENERAL INFORMATION
RESERVATIONS: A deposit of $15.00 per person is required
when booking with the balance payable two weeks before
departure.
NOT INCLUDED: Air fare to Mexico City and return, insurance, Mexican Tourist Card, tips to guides and waiters outside
Mexico City, all items not specified in the itinerary and all
personal items such as mineral waters, refreshments, liquors,
wines,  room service,  telegrams,  laundry,  etc.
DOCUMENTS: A Mexican Tourist Card is necessary and may
be obtained from any Mexican Consulate, Official Mexican
Tourist Office or upon arrival in Mexico on presentation of proof
of Canadian citizenship. For re-entry to the Dominion of Canada
a medical certificate must be presented showing that you have
been  vaccinated   for   smallpox  within   the  last   three  years.
CLOTHES: Normal town wear of lightweight wool or gabardine
is usually worn in such high altitude areas as Mexico City.
In Acapulco the rule is informal resort wear. But shorts and
slacks are not acceptable there for women walking in the street.
CLIMATE: Mexico City, with a population of nearly 5,000,000
is at an altitude of 7,200 feet — the highest major city in the
world. It is pleasantly cool all the year 'round. In the areas of
lower altitude such as Acapulco and Fortin de las Flores,
temperatures   range   from   mild   to   warm.
RESPONSIBILITY: Ritz Travel Bureau acts only in the capacity of agent for travellers, and accepts no responsibility for the
service of any steamer, plane, automobile, or any other conveyance used in connection with this tour, nor for any delays,
loss or accident to passengers or baggage occasioned by such
service from whatsoever cause. The airlines concerned are not
to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the
time passengers are not on board their aircraft. The passenger's
. ticket when issued shall constitute the sole contract between the
airline and the purchaser of these tours  and/or the passenger.
PARTICIPATING CARRIERS
Aeronaves de Mexico, Aero Transports, Aerolineas Argentina,
Air France, American Airlines, Braniff Airways, Cubana de
Aviacion, Eastern Airlines, Guest Airways Mexico, Mexicana de
Aviacion, National Airlines, Pan American, KLM Royal Dutch
Airlines, Trans Canada Airlines, United Air Lines, Western
Airlines.
Effective March, 1960
SEE YOUR TRAVEL AGENT

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