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Thousand Oak's Crystal Travel Center Negotaties a New Deal to Enable Members Affordable Vacations in Paradise
Date:1/16/2013

Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) January 16, 2013

Who doesn't like to travel and stay at beautiful resorts? And yet so many times people say, "It's just not something we do." The truth is, they don't do it because they think that they can't afford it. But would they like to? Absolutely!

Crystal Travel in Thousand Oaks is a private, members only travel agency that allows members to book any and all travel at cost. Whether it's a car rental, cruise line or just a hotel room, Crystal guarantees in their contract that they will always have the best price. They also make it affordable to visit all inclusive resorts at a fraction of the price.

To become a member, one must attend a sales presentation and pay a one time membership fee. The best option is join on the first day because the incentives are so much more attractive.

One of the best travel values in the industry is an all inclusive resort. One of the most beautiful resorts is in the Dominican Republic at Punta Cana.

One 658-room resort in Punta Cana gives one a lot of choices for how to spend the evening: there are eight restaurants, plus nine bars including a piano bar and a sports bar. Not that there aren't choices during the day as well: The main pool is more than 1,300 feet long (there is also a children's pool and a whirlpool) and catamarans and windsurfers are available on the beach. The snorkeling right off the beach is top-notch, and all the equipment you need is also included. Every room at the resort is a suite with a terrace or balcony (and a Jacuzzi tub).

For more information about this resort or to book a vacation, one must be a member of Crystal Travel.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/1/prweb10280256.htm.


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