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Submitted by the Barrington Area Council on Aging

The Barrington Area Council on Aging is offering some upcoming exciting travel opportunities.

Tulip Time Cruise departs April 11, 2013. Travel Dutch and Belgian waterways in springtime -- the height of tulip time. The eight-day trip includes stops in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Ghent and more. Pricing starts at $2,499.

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BACOA and Collette Vacations are offering The Gardens of London, departing May 18, 2013. Explore historic London and attend the opening of the 100th Chelsea Flower Show. The eight-day trip includes Kew Gardens, Hampton Court and Windsor Castle. Cost is $4,299 (double; early-bird pricing available).

The Romantic Danube Cruise has a departure date of June 30, 2013. Travelers will cruise the blue Danube past castles, vineyards and rolling hills on this eight-day trip. Optional three-night pre-cruise stay in Prague is also available. Cruise-only pricing starts at $2,799; cruise and land package starts at $3,489 (double).

BACOA and Diamond Tours will host the Cape Cod and Plymouth tour, which departs Oct. 5, 2013. The nine-day autumn in New England motor coach tour includes stops in Hyannis, Martha's Vineyard, Provincetown and Plymouth Rock. Price is $826, per-person, double occupancy.

All trips are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. For details, call Linda Avellon at BACOA at (847) 852-3892.

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