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Olympic Nat. Park

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Cascades

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Glacier

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Mt. Rainier

Nat. Park

Crater Lake

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Lassen Volcanic

Nat. Park

Redwood

Nat. Park

Yosemite

Nat. Park

Kings Canyon

Nat. Park

Channel Islands

Nat. Park

Joshua Tree

Nat. Park

Great Basin

Nat. Park

Canyonlands

Nat. Park Mesa Verde

Nat. Park

Great Sand

Dunes

Nat. Park

Capitol Reef

Nat. Park

Arches

Nat. Park

Zion

Nat.

Park

Bryce Canyon

Nat. Park

Death Valley

Nat. Park

Grand Canyon

Nat. Park

Petrified Forest

Nat. Park

Saguaro

Nat. Park Carlsbad Caverns

Nat. Park

Guadalupe Mts.

Nat. Park

Yellowstone

Nat. Park

Grand Teton

Nat. Park

Rocky Mtn.

Nat. Park

Black Canyon

of the Gunnison

Nat. Park

Big Bend

Nat. Park

Theodore Roosevelt

Nat. Park (North Unit)

Theodore Roosevelt

Nat. Park (South Unit)

Badlands

Nat. Park

Wind Cave

Nat. Park

Hot Springs

Nat. Park

Everglades

Nat. Park

Dry Tortugas

Nat. Park

Biscayne

Nat. Park

Great Smoky Mtns.

Nat. Park

Mammoth Cave

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Congaree

Nat. Park

Voyageurs

Nat. Park

Isle Royale

Nat. Park

Cuyahoga Valley

Nat. Park

Shenandoah Nat. Park

Acadia

Nat. Park

Sequoia

Nat. Park

Texas Eagle

Heartland Flyer

Pacific Surfliner

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Capitol Corridor

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California Zephyr

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The effortless way to

experience the USA

first hand

At Jetline Cruise we aim to make the

most of your cruise to or from North

America by combining your cruise with a

variety of incredible land based options.

Your time in the USA can be optimised

by travelling on a train instead of flying.

This has the benefit of eliminating the

inconvenience caused by airports and

security queues while at the same time

giving you the opportunity to experience

more of the scenery and varied

landscapes this country has to offer.

Travel in comfort on one the many Amtrak

services taking you from the Great Lakes

in the North to the Big Easy in the South.

Perhaps travel from the parched deserts

of the West, across the Rockies to the

amazing metropolises of the East Coast.

See parts of the country that you would

not otherwise see - all from the comfort of

your private sleeper cabin or in the public

lounges, bars and restaurants on board

the train.

All of our cruise holidays with an

overnight train journey include private

sleeper roomette on a full board basis.

This really helps you to budget and save

holiday spending money on things like

dining out, hotel accommodation and

transportation costs.

Private roomettes

Your private roomette accommodation is

an air conditioned space with a window

designed simply as a place to sit by day

in quiet solitude watching the world go

by. At night the recliner seats convert

into bunk beds for a cosy place to sleep.

Each accommodation carriage has shared

shower and toilet facilities.

Viewliner Roomettes on most east coast

services are approx 3'6"x6'8" have

the added convenience of a WC and

wash basin in them. Whereas Superliner

Roomettes on West coast services are

approx 3'6"x6'6" and do not have a W/C

and wash basin in them.

On all routes you have the opportunity

to upgrade your roomette to a larger

bedroom with private shower, WC and

wash basin . These rooms

are approx

6'6" X 7'6"

and even with

the beds folded

down there is

still a separate

recliner seat.

All

accommodation

on board Amtrak trains have a cabin

steward who provides a turndown service

to convert your roomette into a bedroom

at night. Toiletries, towels, linens, coffee,

bottled water and newspapers are also

included in the price.

Dining

Any overnight train journeys with private

accommodation will include meals on a

full board basis. Whether it is for a full

sit down meal or more informal dining

many services have one or more options

for on board dining. On long distance

trips passengers are asked to make

reservations for lunch (between 1130 &

1500) and dinner (between 1700-2100).

Also most special dietary requirements

are catered for.

Here is an example of the menu available

on the Empire Builder between Seattle

and Chicago for our Alaska cruise and

stay holidays:

USA BY TRAIN

Discover the

STARTER

Small Salad / Warm Roll / Tea

or Coffee

MAIN COURSE

Vegetarian Pasta Or Herb

Roasted Chicken Or Sea Food

Catch Or Steak or Speciality of

the Day

DESSERT

Hagen Dazs Ice cream Or

Cheesecake Or Fruit

Or Speciality of the Day

Jetline offer a wide

selection of Cruise & Rail

packages, choose from:

EMPIRE BUILDER

Chicago - Milwaukee -

Minneapolis - Rockies -

Seattle

Travel the northern border near

Canada for one of the greatest outdoor

adventures in the USA. Cross sprawling

farmlands as you journey over the

Wisconsin River up steep hills and through

the longest tunnels in North America.

Ahead lie the Rockies and the Glacier

National Park crossing the continental

divide over to Seattle.

MAPLE LEAF

Toronto - Niagara Falls -

Buffalo - Upstate New York

- Manhattan

Link two amazing destinations together

Niagara Falls and Manhattan without

the need to fly and throw in some of the

most beautiful scenery possible through

leafy Upstate New York. Overnight

sleeper accommodation is not necessary

for this 11 hour journey - which saves

lots of time as cross border immigration

is completed en route taking you to

Niagara Falls in Ontario on the Canadian

side of the border. Rochester, the

Pallisades, Adirondack Mountains and

Finger Lakes region are all seen on this

beautiful journey.

CRESCENT

New York - Philadelphia

- Washington DC - Deep

South - New Orleans

Journey from the Big Apple to the Big

Easy between the front door of America's

Eastern seaboard to the gateway to the

American South. During your 30 hours

on board take in twinkling Northeast

cityscapes, the shining Blue Ridge

Foothills to new south cities such as

Charlotte, Atlanta and Birmingham. Then

through civil war battlefields and onto the

Deep South and the Louisiana subtropical

swamp country.

CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR

San Francisco - Salt Lake

City - Denver - Chicago

On this two night journey between the

Chicago and the great cities of the West

lie narrow canyons, towering peaks and

breathtaking mountain wilderness areas.

as you cross two great mountain ranges -

the Sierra Nevadas and the Rockies. Travel

from the shores of Lake Michigan in the

Midwest across the Kansas plains and the

American heartland. San Francisco and

the Pacific await on the west coast with

lots of variety and attractions.

LAKE SHORE LIMITED

Chicago - Cleveland - The

Great Lakes - New York

This overnight journey skirts the Great

Lakes through Cleveland in Ohio and

Buffalo to Albany. Pass Lake Erie, the Erie

Canal and the Mohawk River through

upstate New York into the heart of

Manhattan. Perhaps divert at Albany to

Boston to visit another amazing cityscape

home to the Boston Tea Party and the

American War of Independence.

SILVER STAR -

SILVER METEOR

New York - Philadelphia

- Washington DC -

The Carolinas - Florida

This is an overnight journey through

America's largest cities, civil war history

and onto the beaches of Florida. The

Silver Meteor goes via Charleston (South

Carolina) and takes 28 hours leaving New

York in the afternoon. The Silver Star

goes via Raleigh (North Carolina) and

takes 31 hours leaving New York in the

morning. Both services include Baltimore

in Maryland, Richmond in Virginia and

Savannah in Georgia.

CITY OF NEW ORLEANS

Chicago - Memphis -

New Orleans

This 926 mile overnight trip links the three

most important music capitals in the

USA. It is fitting that music determines

the name of this route because it was

in these three cities that Blues music

was developed. This service between

the Great Lakes to the Gulf Of Mexico

explores some of the country's most

unique and historic regions from the

Farmland of Illinois, the forests of

Tennessee, Mississippi and the bayous of

Louisiana.

AMTRAK COAST

STARLIGHT

Seattle - Columbia River

- Cascades - Oregon -

Sacramento - Silicon Valley -

Santa Barbara - Los Angeles

Widely regarded as one of the most

spectacular of all train routes, the Coast

Starlight links the greatest cities on the

West Coast. En route daily between

Seattle and Los Angeles, the Coast

Starlight passes through Portland,

Sacramento, the San Francisco Bay

Area and Santa Barbara. The scenery

along the Coast Starlight route is

unsurpassed. The dramatic snowcovered

peaks of the Cascade Range

and Mount Shasta, lush forests, fertile

valleys and long stretches of Pacific

Ocean shoreline provide a stunning

backdrop for your journey.

AMTRAK SUNSET LIMITED

Texas - El Paso - Arizona -

Los Angeles - Pacific Coast

The Sunset Limited whisks you 1995

miles from the "Big Easy" New Orleans,

through the Bayous of Louisiana, the

huge heart of Texas, the storied West

and beyond to Los Angeles, the home

of The Hollywood Western. This is

true Wild West country with Apaches,

coyotes, road runners, Billy the Kid,

stage coaches, raucous saloons, Wild

West Train Robberies and the Shoot

out at the OK Corral. Sit back and

enjoy sunlit marvels of colour and

unobstructed splendour, for just as

a sunset is so much more than an

astronomical event, so too are the

pictures painted in your window. The

sun will eventually set on your journey,

but the afterglow will last forever.

AMTRAK SOUTH WEST

CHIEF

Chicago - Kansas -

Dodge City - Colorado -

New Mexico - Arizona

- Los Angeles

This route follows the Santa Fe Trail and

Route 66 in true western spirit from

Chicago passing through Kansas, Dodge

City, Comanche country and Apache

Canyon on the way to Albuquerque.

You'll be mesmerised by this region's

beauty and allure, passing through

ranches, mountains and deserts. Carving

through curving canyon passages only

a few feet wider than the train itself,

you'll see spectacular landscapes and

pristine vistas not visible from interstate

highways. This two-night journey crosses

two time-zones and passes through

Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona.

Perhaps stop off at Williams Junction in

Arizona to visit the Grand Canyon.

Luggage

Each passenger is allowed two cases

of 23Kg each in their accommodation

and are also able to check into the

baggage car an additional 3 cases each

of 23 kg - which is far more than you

would be allowed if you were flying.

The maximum duration we are currently

promoting is 3 nights and so we would

recommend you to take 1 small case

for 2 people and check the rest of

your luggage to give you more space.

At each station Red cap Attendants

provide a free service to help you with

your luggage.

West to East coast services usually have

a change of train in Chicago and your

checked baggage will automatically be

taken care of and transferred between

the trains for you. You will need to

carry your hand luggage with you to

your next train - so the smaller the

better when you have the morning or

afternoon at leisure to explore Chicago.

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