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Hear what people have been saying about our TPI Agents.
“Bahia Principe-Club Diamond Section-Punta Cana Hi Yvonne! We had an amazing time. The foold fantastic and the room fantastic-no complaints!! We were entertained every night with awesome shows and relaxed everyday by the Club Diamond Pool. I think that our room villa was the best location as we walked out and the pool area was right there. We felt central to everything. The best part for me especially was the size of the resort because I do enjoy walking a lot and never took the trolley once. So for us that was our preference. We even had our own photo shoot on the beach, for $10.00 per picture but something well worth it for the opportunity.”
- H. & J.
“To my trip designer: I have booked every trip through Julie Apostolis, she has made all the proper arrangements, made everything so easy, she arranged it all for us. She knows and listens to what we needed. The convenience and stress free travel planning. We have been dealing with and booked ALL of our trips with Julie since 1998. She is the best!!!! And always finds the best prices.....and the most luxurious resorts. Thanks once again.”
- Anna DaSilva
“"I highly recommend Julie as a travel agent due to her commitment to customer service - Julie has assisted me with both personal and business travel needs, often at the last minute, finding great deals and really looking out for my best interest. I've never experienced this level of commitment and dedication and have referred many friends and colleagues as a result. Recently, Julie went beyond the call of duty to assist me while she was on vacation, which was a tremendous help once again.”
- Shane Holten
“In dealing with Julie and Jen I often think that their motto should be “helping others achieve their dream vacation is what we are all about” They are amazingly patient, knowledgeable, prompt and helpful with all my travel needs. They are never short of suggestions or ideas which, I find extremely helpful. They always go the extra mile to ensure that all details no matter how small are taken into consideration. I can say with great certainty that when I travel having booked with Julie and Jen, my biggest concern is what to wear and how to get to the airport on time! ”
- Angela Di Santo
“Thought I'd say hi - all going well - thanks for your help with arrangements. Including the Travel Insurance - spent a bit of money on a dentist (would you believe root canal) on Monday - not a great start to the time here (in New Zealand) - but stuff does happen doesn't it. Anyway - contacted the insurance people as required - they're paying the bill - so nice to know the insurance premium money was well spent... ”
“I had a fabulous time on my vacation! The resort was all I hoped it would be and the information your agency provided really helped to let me get started on the fun stuff right away! I would recommend Punta Cana and the Iberostar Hotel to anyone!”
- Stuart, Iberostar Bavaro, Punta Cana March 2009
“Cruising into the Caribbean sun A ship for the 21st century Celebrity Cruise Lines launched the MV Solstice in November of last year with some very definite objectives in mind -- the ship must be designed with the four elements of nature in mind, the designers were told. Combining those elements – earth, air, light and water – was a daunting task. That they succeeded is obvious as you get acquainted with the ship, but nowhere does it impress more than the upper deck Lawn Club where actual growing grass is mowed regularly and where passengers can go to improve or perfect their golf swing. The elements are there … the earth under the open blue sky (air)…surrounded by the sea (water) …. and the Caribbean sunlight. The vision for the new ship brought together a skilled team from a number of disciplines and a number of countries. Their search for a designer led to them to London and Martin Francis, a man who has designed some of the world’s most modern yachts, The yacht influence can be seen in the rakish lines of the Solstice from the sharp flaring bow to the low flat stern. The Lawn Club is not the only part of the ship where the builders decided to “go green.” There are 216 solar panels installed on the ship – for the first time ever on a cruise vessel. They produce over 200 kilowatt hours of energy a day. The ship is powered by common-rail diesel engines, a quantum leap in diesel technology, employing the marine equivalent of electronic fuel injection. It’s a system that cuts down on waste, improves fuel efficiency and cuts down on emissions from the ship’s four engines. The shape of the hull, because of the yachting design, enables the ship to slice more easily through the water to further save fuel and reduce emissions. All of this information is, of course, only of passing interest to the 2800 passengers on board a typical Solstice cruise. In the people department the staterooms and suites are designed for comfort, the service in the restaurants and the dining rooms is unsurpassed and the management and staffs of the various ship’s services and activities are easy to reach and eager to please. Our journey began at Port Everglades, the port at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, then south to San Juan, Puerto Rico, the second oldest city in the Americas. From the Canadian winter with temperatures hovering around zero to an average temperature of 27 degrees was a comfortable change that made an afternoon of shopping in the narrow crowded streets of Old San Juan a memorable adventure. St. Maarten, the next port on the cruise, was a different experience. A Dutch possession with prices quoted in guilders and US dollars, the specialty in the island’s many jewellery stores is diamonds. Not surprising, since Amsterdam in Holland is considered the world’s diamond capital. The Solstice was the second of three cruise ships to visit the island the day we were there. Visitors are treated well by island businesses. A sudden influx of 10,000 visitors from time to time provides a huge stimulus to the island economy. The island’s tourism directorate proudly boasts that people from some 120 nationalities make their homes on the island. All through the Caribbean, it seems, the price posted on the various items you see is not final. Haggling over the price seems to be expected and can result in some definite bargains once you acquire some skill in the art. The scenery on the islands is breathtaking especially in the British Virgin Island where the Solstice put into Tortola. The laid-back friendliness of the people here impressed us. Instead of pushing to sell their wares, as vendors in some parts of the world are infamous for, you made an offer on the item you were interested in, the vendor would state his or her price and you’d meet somewhere between. Probably the most interesting of all the stops on the journey was Labadee in Haiti. It’s a lush corner of what for the most part is one of the world’s poorest nations. The cruise companies have developed this part of island with it’s long white sand beaches and coconut palms and provided a market for Haitian specialities and handicrafts that would not otherwise exist. There’s no port at Labadee, so ships drop anchor in the bay and passengers are ferried to the island on what are known as tenders. To get acquainted with San Juan’s long history, the verdant scenery of St. Maarten, the British elegance of Tortola and the idyllic ambience of Labadee while travelling with carefree comfort in a ship on the cutting edge of cruising technology made for a superb vacation indeed. Ross & Gloria Ingram ”
“Hi Marilyn, I am not sure if I sent you off an e-mail or not to tell you what a great vacation we had. The Iberostar was excellent. I have absolutely no complaints and would love to go back there. The staff was excellent, even the front counter staff ( many complaints on tripadvisor). The rooms were clean and if there should be something missing ( ie: towels), within a half hour or less of calling the client service desk they would be to your room. We had nightly turn down service...nice touch and an ocean front room. The entertainment staff was really good, food was excellent with lots of variety . Now, the spa at the Suites part was amazing. We paid 400 $ for the most amazing spa experience ever. We were treated like a King and Queen for the entire day. ( so worth it). We had recommended to a couple of other couples that we met there and they went for massages.....they to were extremely pleased. We also loved the Martha Brae. I don't know what else I can say other then it was "awesome". We will no doubt be looking for something next year or even later this fall. If you have any great deals for the fall....let us know. ”
“We have great holidays booking with Jan. Her knowledge of what is available is what makes this so easy. The hard thing is making up your mind from all the choices. All the extra work that she puts in makes you feel like you are one of the family. Thank you so much for all that you have done for us.”
- Ed & Rosemarie Afonso
“While we were planning our first trip in 11 years my husband and I looked at several web sites and found it confusing as well as very time consuming. We called Erin and she was great. We told Erin the price range we wanted to stay in and the kind of hotel we wanted to stay in. Erin found us exactly what we wanted. We were excited to be on our way, but when the day came for us to depart, our flight was cancelled (while we were on the plane). We were able to rebook but I was feeling a little uneasy about the rebooked ticket. I called Erin and she was able to confirm our seats and connections thankfully as we had not been booked on our connection. This saved us a lot of time and trouble. We had a fabulous trip in Las Vegas and plan to contact Erin when we plan our next adventure. ”
- Andrea & Kevin Middleton

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