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Smithsonian Tours to Croatia

I am considering the "Discovering Croatia" trip with Smithsonian tours in Sept of 2012. I am wondering how long the bus/van rides are from place to place and what the lecturers are like. My husband enjoys the lectures most of all,
as we have been on many Road Scholar trips with good guides every time. I have read that there are differences in Smithsonian tours administered by
Collette vacations and those that are not administered by them.
I read a review online saying that the Collette vacations are less expensive and do not include higher end hotels and incidental costs like gratuities.
If anyone has suggestions or advice on Smithsonian Trips (this will be our first), I would appreciate hearing from you. The other alternative I am
looking at is a trip to Malta with Road Scholar. Anyone been there with them?
Also, there is a tour company called Kensington tours that seems to be
associated with National Geographic. Has anyone used their services or
know of them?
Thanks so much, Glastonbury Rambler.

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