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									2007-2008 DSC Trips

We are pleased to present the following line-up for the 2007-2008 DSC trip locations.
Join us at Blue Mesa Restaurant – Sunday August 5, 4:00 – 6:00 pm for our trip sign up
party. Your trip leaders await you with a smile and destination information. Don’t
forget your checkbook for deposits, and trip applications! You won’t want to be left
behind when your friends are on the slopes, sightseeing , enjoying the many excursions
and socials we have to offer this year.
Carol Arthur, VP Trips

Crested Butte, Colorado
December 6-10, 2007
Price:$699 *based on double occupancy
Trip Leader: Linda Howard
Phone #972-834-9911

Wax your skis and take this opportunity to condition you ski legs early in the season at
this scenic resort, historic mining town and Victorian storefronts. Crested Butte offers
some of the most varied ski area terrain in Colorado. The lift lines are short and the snow
is pristine. Recent improvements to the slopes and snowmaking equipment offer the
opportunity to ski top to bottom on Huston trails, International and Paradise Bowls.
Other winter adventures include dog sledding, Nordic skiing, ice fishing or a visit to the
Wooden Nickel or Cowboys Saloon!
Whether you are a beginner learning the basics, an intermediate desiring to cruise the
blues, or an expert wanting a fantastic challenge, this will be the season opener for you.
Our lodging is the Plaza Condominiums located 100 yards from the Silver Queen Quad
Lift. Fun with your friends and lift tickets included!

Vail, Colorado
January 5 - 12, 2008
Price:$1239 *based on double occupancy
Trip Leader: Al Moore
Phone 972-488-2648

For all of you who have missed and requested this premier Colorado location – Ski 5,289
acres, seven bowls, 193 trails and a vertical drop of 3450 feet. The second largest ski
resort in the US, and one of the most popular. Skiing not enough for you? Enjoy tubing,
ski biking and the amazing views from the top of Vail Mountain. Wine, dine, shop, ski
and après ski . Come share the fun and many planned activities with our TSC friends.
Fly non-stop to Eagle-Vail and enjoy the Landmark Towers Condominiums. Location –
in the heart of Lions Head, just a few steps from the gondola. Shuttle bus or walk to all
the amenities of Vail and the TSC party locations.
Bansko, Bulgaria
January 25-
Trip Leader: Kim Hampton
Phone #972-608-0039

New and exciting destinations await! Bansko, Bulgaria fits the bill. The Bulgarians are
warm, friendly and eager to welcome us on this adventure filled with great skiing and
wonderful sightseeing excursion.

This village of about 10,000 is situated at a base elevation of approximately 3,000 feet.
Food and wine are in abundance and are a great value relative to the US Dollar. Enjoy
local shopping at the nearby “market street.”

Lodging is at the Four Star Hotel Strazhite. Amenities include swimming pool, fitness
center, sauna and games: darts, billiards and bowling. Conveniently located next to the
Gondola lift.

Ski over 40 miles of groomed runs served by 14 chair lifts – access is via state-of-the-art
chip-card ski passes. Mountain restaurants serve excellent, reasonable food and wine. At
the conclusion of your ski day, take the spectacular 10 mile run to the base. Or, if you
prefer, take the Gondola and enjoy the vistas from your 8,500 foot descent.

Sightseeing trips are available daily. Also offered: Pre- and Post Trips to Sofia, Istanbul
and Athens.

Aspen, Colorado

February 9-16, 2008
Trip Leader: Carol Arthur
Phone # 972-380-6611
Assistant Trip Leader: George Kelly
Phone #972-972-732-9064

The Aspen trip has been the DSC’s best known and loved winter extravaganza for over
50 years. A movable feast of experiences to savor, this annual club trip is home to the
club racing championships (come to compete or cheer for your favorites!), parties galore,
and a lifetime of memories.

We fly nonstop to Vail/Eagle airport and take a short scenic bus trip in to Aspen.
Our host, The Gant condominiums in the heart of downtown Aspen provides superb first-
class accommodations with two pools, two Jacuzzis, fitness center and complimentary
shuttle service. We are planning a “Welcome” cocktail buffet, awards dinner and hot tub
happy hours daily.

Stroll through the town that has it all. World class dining, shopping, art galleries and
people-watching (celebrities anyone?). Sit in the sunshine at the bottom of Little Nell for
lunch or après-ski with a front row seat for viewing skiers cruising the Ajax mountain

Four mountains await, ready for any level challenge you seek. Nastar racing or beginner
lessons - you don’t even need to put on ski boots to take a scenic gondola ride to the top
of Aspen Mountain for lunch and breathtaking scenery.

Want to share a very special Valentines Day? Where better to do so? Join us once again
for this fabulous total experience. Whether a first-timer to Aspen, or a repeat visitor, sign
up early for this annual sell-out!

Quebec City, Canada

March 1-8
Trip Leader: Tony Arthur
Phone #972-380-6611

Bienvenue a Quebec!

How about a little bit of Europe just a few hours away? Perched atop Cap Diamante,
surveying the St. Lawrence River, Québec City is one of the landmarks of North
America. Included on UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List, Québec City has
retained its European flavor and ambience. It is on Money Magazine’s list of North
America’s top ten tourist destinations, a distinction the publication attributes to the
French experience, the rendezvous with history the city offers, and the extraordinary
beauty of its setting.

We’ll stay at the fabulous – no, make that legendary -- Chateau Frontenac inside the
historic walled city. Situated on a bluff with a breath-taking view of the St Lawrence
River, this 5-star Fairmount hotel guarantees the pinnacle of destination experiences. Its
reputation as one of the premier hotels in North America is well deserved.

Explore the shops and restaurants within walking distance of the Chateau or enjoy one of
the three ski areas: Stoneham, which offers night skiing and comfortably varied terrain.
Mont Sainte-Anne, with three faces, glade skiing and long cruisers, or Massif, host of the
Canadian Downhill Training Center and boasting the greatest vertical drop east of the
Rockies. There is challenge enough for the most advanced skiers, opportunities for
beginners and great fun for everyone.

This is indeed an unforgettable trip of a lifetime. Join us!

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