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In the last few years, the MAS has sponsored tours of St.
Several series of images were collected and programmed to produce virtual tours at subsequent crop stages.
Scott Tignac, district manager for Waste Management at the landfill, said the company has been offering tours for some time and has done about 50 a year.
In September, Santiago's Cafe Racer, a motorcycle museum, will begin tours in the Colchagua and Casablanca wine valleys on vintage British and Italian motorcycles.
There were many reasons for ASU to implement the technology, but most important was the demand for taking tours simply outpaced the university's ability to offer them.
Virtual online tours of school facilities offer countless information and public relations to benefit districts.
The metal tour masterminded and headlined by Metallica kicks off with a bang on Fourth of July with Mudvayne opening.
Travel agencies, acting on behalf of the association; schedule approximately 10 tours each year to various destinations around the world.
Confine tours to prescribed days and times, and make sure that staff members know when guests can be expected.
European operators, including Butterfield and Robinson, Camino Tours, European Walking Tours, and Progressive Travel, offer everything from self-guided and "classic" walking tours (featuring local guides, naturalists, art historians or biologists) to luxurious accommodations, gourmet meals and lavish trip options like balloon rides and vineyard tours.
Black South African tour operators, as well as African-American consultants and tour operators, are designing tours that include excursions into the world of the black South Africans (see sidebar).
He added they arrange each of the tours to follow several different routes, depending on the guest's interest.