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Enticing, exotic activities will be offered in places near and far to welcome in 2000
Disney World has been booked solid for 10 years. Tile hot spots in New York and Las Vegas are also sold out.
But that doesn't mean it's too late to mark the century change in a way that's guaranteed to impress the grandkids for generations to come.
The key, says Harold Partain, director of travel operations at Voyagers Tile Travel Store ill Dallas, is to be flexible, to be willing to spend a minimum of seven nights and prepare to plunk clown between $300 and $1,000 a day.
"We've been getting calls about the millennium for years, but not nearly as many as we thought we would," Partain said. "Truth is, Texans don't plan that far in advance. We expect the real surge to start after the New Year, and by June there won't be any space left."
Many top destinations like Club Med won't even announce their millennium packages until after Jan. 1, 1999, said Holly Haddaway, a travel agent at Carlson Wagonlit Travel in Dallas. …