Oh, the sight you’ll see! Learn more about the luxurious Danube River Cruise at a reception on February 12.

Shannon O’Brien and FROSCH, the global leader in deluxe leisure and business travel, are promoting an October cruise down the Danube River from Budapest to Vilshofen (near Munich) to benefit GRACE.

Shannon is hosting a reception for those seeking more information 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12 at Classic Wine and Storage, 2875 Market Loop in Southlake. Click on Danube River Cruise for more information and to register. Spots are limited, please RSVP by February 7.

“The weather in October will be perfect,” said Shannon. “Temperatures usually in the mid-60s during the day and mid-40s in the evening.” The cruise, October 9 -16, is part of the renowned Ama Waterways excursions, and offers pre- and post-cruise extensions in Budapest and Prague as well as discounted airfare.

“In addition to a group discount [with Ama Waterways],” said Shannon, “Ama will make a donation to GRACE for each cabin I book.” Shannon is hoping to donate $10,000 to support GRACE services.

The reception on February 12 will feature wines selected by the Classic Wine and Storage sommelier, and light hors d’oeuvres. Shannon and representatives from Ama Waterways will present all that will be in store for those cruising the Danube.

“If you haven’t tried river cruising yet you are in for a treat,” said Shannon. “It includes all your accommodations, small group tours, cocktail hour nightly, beer, regional wine and soft drinks with lunch and dinner, plus local entertainment.”

“[The ship] even has a wellness coach on board to lead exercise classes and bikes you can use to explore the cities we visit,” she said.

Shannon will let you in on some special additional promotions that can be combined with the group rate that includes cabin upgrades and on-board credit, making the cruise an incredible value.

Shannon hopes to see you at Classic Wine and Storage on February 12. In the meantime, if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to her at Shannon O’Brien or call 630-975-3475.