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Anyone wanting to fly to the area of the Red-footed Falcon might consider
going by way of Southwest Airlines to Providence, RI.   Providence is just
as close, maybe closer, than Boston and the fares might be considerably
cheaper.   We used this method on a birding Elderhostel to Cape Cod a few
years ago and it worked out very well.


John Solodar

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From: Charlene and Jim Malone <[log in to unmask]>
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: cheap fare to NY
Date: Tue, Aug 17, 2004, 9:26 AM


NOT to rain on the cheap tickets parade, BUT don't forget the Republican
Convention is going on then.
Bet security will ultra tight with many, many delays, BUT... who knows.
Also see that there are cheap tickets to Fort Meyers too!!

Charlene Malone
St.Louis co.

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From: "Jean Leonatti" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2004 8:53 AM
Subject: cheap fare to NY


> American Airlines Net SAAverNot pushing their company, (don't own stock
> etc.), but American Airlines is announcing a "fare saver" special to
> LaGuardia from St. Louis for the weekend of Aug. 28-29  -- $149 RT.    Can
> probably hop a train/bus to Boston from there if you are interested in
> chasing the Red-footed Falcon.  Unfortunately you have to purchase ticket
by
> Friday, and of course you will not know if the bird is still hanging
around.
> I can't go, but some of you might want this information.
> Jean Leonatti
> Boone County
> Columbia, MO
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