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NEW EUROPE TOUR!

NEW EUROPE TOUR!

Chris & Edita RYBAK EUROPE TOUR
SEPTEMBER 8 - 22, 2019
Czech Republic, Austria, Germany AND
Baltic Sea Cruise (Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Russia)
FUN & ADVENTUROUS TOUR, WITH PARTIES, CRUISES, SLIVOVICE & ACCORDION MUSIC!!!

JOIN US FOR AN UNBELIEVABLY AWESOME TRIP OF A LIFETIME!
7 European Countries within 14 days

Sunday, September 8
Depart from Houston airport and fly in direction of Europe, Austria, Vienna.

Monday, September 9
Arrival in Vienna, the capital of Austria. The luxury bus with attendant team (including your tourguide) will be waiting for you at the airport. We'll enjoy a sightseeing tour of Vienna, the former capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for more than six centuries (which left a definite mark on it). From the windows of your bus you will see the highlights of historical Vienna. The circle within the Ringroad is an unforgettable experience, constructed in 1857, 2.5 miles long, and is surrounded by the representative buildings (National Opera House, New Townhall, National Theater, Parliament, museums, universities, fancy hotels and shops). Have your cameras ready! We will then get off the bus close to the main square which can boast of the beautiful St. Stephen Church (largest in Austria) and shopping opportunities. In the afternoon continue on our way to the Czech Republic, check-in our hotel in Lednice, the southern part of Moravia.

Tuesday, September 10
This day we will spend in a beautiful region of Southern Moravia, known for the production of wine and beautiful landscape. We will start the day with a tour of Lednice Chateau, which is the jewel in the crown of the Lednice-Valtice Complex and, at the same time, one of the most beautiful complexes in the English Neo-Gothic style in all of Europe. Tour routes lead through the chateau interior, from representative halls, to the princely apartments, rooms of the small princes and princesses. Then we will move to chateau gardens which have been included in the UNESCO list to witness unique 1 hour show of birds of pray. In the afternoon visit the National Wine Salon, where you can try all the best Moravian Wines, accompanied with an expert explanation and a chance to buy some at the end! In the evening PARTY in a wine cellar with a local band!

Wednesday, September 11
Leave for Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. We will have an amazing walking tour with the most beautiful highlights of Prague - beginning with Prague Castle and then on to St. Vitus Cathedral, Hradcany quarter, walk across the famous 14th century Charles Bridge with a gorgeous view of the Prague Castle, and continue on to Old Town Square to see the Astronomical clock. We will end the tour at Wenceslas Square, which has historically been the sight of many events including the 1989 Velvet Revolution demonstrations. The other option is to check-in our well situated hotel right in the center of the Old Town of Prague, where you can wander and shop at the numerous stores around. In the evening, board the historical tram ride taking you through the downtown of Prague all the way to the Vltava River – And then we'll enjoy a 2-hour dinner cruise on the river Vltava including buffet dinner and viewing all the illuminated beauties of Prague along the river by night. We'll have a party with accordion music too … It's truly an unforgettable experience!!!

Thursday, September 12
In the morning, leave for the Krkonoše mountains in the north of Bohemia to get to the highest point in the Czech Republic! A modern cable car will take us on the top of mountain Snezka which is at 1,603 metres (5,259 ft), the highest mountain in the Czech Republic. The mountain lies on the border between Poland and the Czech Republic and is sought after for its great views to both countries. After lunch, we will continue on our way to Germany and the capital city Berlin. Check-in our hotel.

Friday, September 13
Today we take a tour of Potsdam, just a few miles away from Berlin. Most of Potsdam's many sights were built during the 18th and 19th centuries when the city was the residence of the Prussian kings. Potsdam is probably best known for its many castles. We will tour the downtown area of the city, including the Russian Colony of Alexandrowka. You can view the impressive Sanssouci Park which surrounds Sanssouci Palace since 1747. It was built as a residence for the Prussian kings and is probably the most famous. We will also see the Cecilienhof Palace which is famous for having been the location of the Potsdam Conference in 1945, in which the leaders of the Soviet Union, the United Kingdom and the United States made important decisions affecting the shape of post World War II Europe and Asia. Leave for the downtown of Berlin, free time for shopping and to do whatever you desire. Or optional tour of Berlin in the afternoon with local guide who will show us around and tell us all important details about the largest city of Germany and its capital – sights of former west and east Berlin – Brandenburg Gate (grand classical archway and city divide), Reichstag Building (historic, glass-domed home of parliament), Berlin Wall (remnants of former division), Checkpoint Charlie (Cold war and east-west border landmark), Alexanderplatz (pedestrianized square with iconic tower), Museum Island, Under the Linden Tree avenue and much more. In the evening you will enjoy a Dinner River Cruise of Berlin.

Saturday, September 14
In the morning leave for Kiel to embark the amazing ship MSC Meraviglia for a 7-day Nothern Europe Baltic Sea Cruise, check-in our balcony cabins, security training, tour of the ship and time to relax. Leaving the port of Kiel at 7:00 PM is truly an unforgettable experience!

Sunday, September 15
Copenhagen, Denmark - 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
An exciting and trendy city split by lakes and surrounded by sea. There's an energetic and hip waterside vibe that permeates Copenhagen, one of Northern Europe’s most user-friendly capitals. Copenhagen city center is waiting to be enjoyed on an excursion booked through MSC. It’s a welcoming, compact city with a center largely given over to pedestrians (and cyclists) and an emphasis by day on café culture and top-notch museums. The historic core of the city is Slotsholmen, originally the site of the twelfth-century castle and now home to the huge Christiansborg Complex.

Monday, September 16
Day at sea

Tuesday, September 17
Helsinki, Finland - 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Instantly lovable, Helsinki is remarkably different from the other Scandinavian Capitals, and closer both in mood and appearance to the major cities of Northern Europe. Today, cruisers will find a youthful buzz on the streets, where the boulevards, outdoor cafés and trendy restaurants are crowded with Finns taking full advantage of the short summer. Following a devastating fire in 1808, and the city’s designation as Finland’s capital in 1812, Helsinki was totally rebuilt in a style befitting its new status: a grid of wide streets and Neoclassical brick buildings modeled on the then Russian capital, St. Petersburg. Porvoo, one of the oldest towns on the south coast and one of Finland’s most charming, is one of the places you might want to explore on an excursion booked through MSC Meraviglia. Its narrow cobbled streets, lined by small colorful wooden buildings, give a sense of Finnish life before the capital’s bold squares and Neoclassical geometry.

Wednesday, September 18
St. Petersburg, Russia - 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM
When you’re cruising the Baltic Sea with MSC Cruises, St. Petersburg is the port of call for you. A sophisticated capital of the Russian Empire, the cradle of the Communist Revolution of 1917, and a symbol of Russian stoicism due to the city’s heroic endurance of a three-year Nazi siege during World War II, present-day St. Petersburg has eased into modernity without sacrificing any of its old-world magnificence and charm, with shopping malls sitting alongside opulent palaces. You’ll find a great city when you step ashore from your MSC cruise ship, maybe the most beautiful in the whole of Russia. MSC Meraviglia offers excursions to the center of St Petersburg on the south bank of the Neva, with the curving River Fontanka marking its southern boundary.
Many of the city’s top sights are located on and around Nevsky Prospect, the backbone and heart of the city for the last three centuries, stretching from the Alexander Nevsky Monastery to Palace Square. Seated on the banks of the River Neva, the 200m-long Baroque Winter Palace is the city’s largest and most opulent, and was the official residence of the Tsars, their court and 1500 servants until the revolution of 1917. Today the building houses one of the world’s greatest museums, the Hermitage, launched as Russia’s first public art museum in 1852. The Hermitage collection embraces over three million treasures and works of art, from ancient Scythian gold and giant malachite urns to Cubist pieces.

Thursday, September 19
Tallinn, Estonia - 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tallinn, Estonia’s compact, buzzing capital, with its enchanting heart surrounded by medieval walls, has been shaped by nearly a millennium of outside influence. A cruise of the Baltic Sea aboard MSC Meraviglia can take you to visit the heart of Tallinn, its Old Town, still largely enclosed by the city’s medieval walls. At its center is the Raekoja plats, the historic marketplace, above which looms Toompea, the hilltop stronghold of the German knights who controlled the city during the Middle Ages. Raekoja plats, the cobbled market square at the heart of the Old Town, is as old as the city itself. On its southern side stands the fifteenth-century Town Hall (Raekoda), boasting elegant Gothic arches at ground level, and a delicate steeple at its northern end. The fourteenth-century Church of the Holy Ghost (Puhä Vaimu kirik) on Pühavaimu St. is the city’s oldest church, a small Gothic building with stuccoed limestone walls, stepped gables, a carved wooden interior, a tall, verdigris-coated spire and an ornate clock from 1680 – the oldest in Tallinn. Contrasting sharply is the late Gothic St. Nicholas’s Church (Niguliste kirik), south-west of Raekoja plats. It now serves as a museum of church art, including medieval burial stones and the haunting Danse Macabre (“Dance With Death”) by Bernt Notke.

Friday, September 20
Day at sea.

Saturday, September 21
After Disembarkation from the ship, our bus will be waiting for us and we will have a sightseeing tour of Kiel, an expanding urban center on the shores of the Baltic Sea. Kiel became the Imperial military port of Germany in 1871, and when its canal was opened to connect the Baltic and the North Seas in 1895, the town began to control the largest artificial waterway in the world. Then we will leave for Hamburg area. Optional agenda for the rest of the day in Hamburg downtown - Free time for last shopping and wandering in the city or visit Hamburg Miniature Wunderland with the World's largest model railway and miniatures of buildings and landscapes from all over the world!

Sunday, September 22
Departure home from the airport in Hamburg on a flight to Houston, HOME SWEET HOME!

Itinerary subject to change depending on availability.

ACCOMODATIONS
Mon, Tue September 9, 10     Czech Republic Lednice
Wed         September 11         Czech Republic Prague
Thu, Fri    September 12, 13   Germany Berlin
Sat - Fri    September 14 - 20  Northern Europe MSC Meraviglia
Sat           September 21         Germany Hamburg


TOUR INCLUDES:  BUS TOUR includes program, hotel accommodations, flights, breakfast & dinner everyday, drinks with group meals, luxury climatically controlled tour bus with restroom on board and snacks, soft drinks, water, juice & alcoholic drinks served while traveling, a professional European English speaking tour guide, music, and money exchanged on the bus. On MSC SHIP MERAVIGLIA: Full board with Balcony Cabin, along with all inclusive drinks package & tips covered. Excursions during the cruise are on your own and may be booked through the ship MSC MERAVIGLIA.

Single supplement: Price available upon request (if rooming single)

FLIGHTS:
LH 441 Sept. 08 Houston 3:50 PM - Frankfurt 8:35 AM + 1 day
OS 134 Sept. 09 Frankfurt 10:50 AM - Vienna 12:10 PM

LH 007 Sept. 22 Hamburg 7:30 AM - Frankfurt 8:40 AM
LH 440 Sept. 22 Frankfurt 10:00 AM - Houston 1:45 PM

Passports: Some countries require that your passport be valid at least six months beyond the dates of your trip and/or have two to four blank visa/stamp pages. Some airlines will not allow you to board if these requirements are not met. For renewing or applying for a new passport as well as info, visit: http://travel.state.gov/passport/

Please send your check to the following address:

Edita Rybak (512) 963-6660 cell
603 N Texana St. editarybak@hotmail.com
Hallettsville, TX 77964 www.texasczechs.com

For more info on this tour, please contact:
Edita Rybak at (512) 963-6660
www.chrisrybak.com

RYBAK EUROPE TOUR -- APRIL 28 - MAY 13, 2019 - Itinerary

RYBAK EUROPE TOUR -- APRIL 28 - MAY 13, 2019 - Itinerary

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Chris & Edita RYBAK EUROPE TOUR

April 28 – May 13, 2019
Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Switzerland,

Italy, Monaco, France AND
Western Mediterranean Cruise (Italy, Malta, Spain, France)
FUN & ADVENTUROUS TOUR, WITH PARTIES, CRUISES, SLIVOVICE & ACCORDION MUSIC!!!
JOIN US FOR AN UNBELIEVABLY AWESOME TRIP OF A LIFETIME!
9 European Countries within 15 days

Sunday, April 28
Depart from Houston airport and fly in direction of Europe.

Monday, April 29
Arrival in Europe. The luxury bus with attendant team (including your tourguide) will be waiting for you at the airport to take you to the hotel in Roznov pod Radhostem, Wallachia, Czech Republic! This is the area of probably the biggest emigration to Texas in the last century and a place where many Texas Czechs have their ancestry.

Welcome PARTY and accordion music with dinner in the evening!

Tuesday, April 30
Today we will enjoy the beauties of the Wallachia region, the eastern part of central Moravia. Visit one of the most popular tourist destinations in this part of the country – the Wallachian Open-Air-Museum. The buildings more than 100 years old stand here all originally furnished …we will tour two of the 3 parts of this museum, which is the Wallachian Little Wooden Town including the church, convenient store, post office and restaurants. And Mill Valley with the real examples of how people used the water power for different kinds of businesses. In the afternoon you will have two options. Rest at the hotel, use the wellness area, book a massage and do whatever you desire. Or depart to Lichnov to view the one of a kind collection of records on emigration of locals to Texas. Then visit the town of Koprivnice where in 1853 a manufacture of carriages was set up.

It later became the Tatra Automobile Works. In 1897 the first car in the Austro-Hungarian Empire was produced here. You will visit the Technical Museum with a collection of more than 60 Tatra vehicles. Drive back to the hotel and get ready for a PARTY in the local Koliba – authentic old fashioned Wallachian restaurant.

Wednesday, May 1
Leave for Austria, Salzburg area. Stop enroute in Vienna, tha capital of Austria. This city used to be a capital of Austro-Hungarian Empire for more than six centuries which left a definite mark on it. From the windows of your bus you will see the highlights of historical Vienna. The circle within the Ringroad is an unforgettable experience, constructed in 1857, 2.5 miles long, and is surrounded by the representative buildings (National Opera House, New Townhall, National Theatre, Parliament, museums, universities, fancy hotels and shops). Have your cameras ready! We will then get off the bus close to the main square which can boast of beautiful St. Stephen Church and shopping opportunities. In the afternoon continue on our way to Salzburg area, check-in our hotel.

Thursday, May 2
In the morning, trip to Salzburg, city of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. You will have a guided tour of the historical city, see Mozart’s birthplace, Residenz Square, the Cathedral, and the fortress Hohensalzburg overlooking the city, spend some time in downtown. Drive back to our hotel and spend the afternoon at the romantic lake of Wolfgangsee. Have a boat cruise around the lake and admire Alpine Mountain tops. Dinner at the hotel.

Friday, May 3
In the morning leave for Neuschwanstein Castle in the Bavaria region, Germany. A nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the Bavarian village in Germany. This palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and as an homage to Richard Wagner. Ludwig paid for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing, rather than Bavarian public funds. The palace has appeared prominently in several movies and was the inspiration for Disneyland's Sleeping Beauty Castle and later, similar structures. Continue on our way to Innsbruck, Austria, where we check-in our hotel and in the evening enjoy a show called Tyrolean Evening with typical Austrian music, dances, yodeling, and playing different special music instruments, all while nestled in the foothills of the Alps!

Saturday, May 4
Departure to St. Moritz, Switzerland one of the most famous holiday destinations in the world. Located on the southern side of the Alps at 6,089 ft. above sea level – in between Zurich, Milan and Munich. This is where we will start the Bernina Express train ride. We will experience one of the most spectacular ways to cross the Alps. This winding mountain railway connects northern and southern Europe without the use of any toothed-wheel mechanism. A particular high-point of the ride is the panoramic view as it passes mighty glaciers on its descent to a land of swaying palms in Tirano, Italy. Arrive in the area of Lake Como, check-in our hotel.

Sunday, May 5
We will depart to Genoa, Italy to embark the amazing ship MSC BELLISSIMA for a 7-day Western Mediterranean cruise, check-in our balcony cabins, security training, tour of the ship and time to relax. Leaving the port of Genoa at 5:00 PM is truly an unforgettable experience!

Monday, May 6
Naples, Italy - 11:00 AM – 7:30 PM
Naples is a large, sprawling Mediterranean port, with a center that has many different focuses just waiting to be discovered on an MSC Mediterranean cruise excursion. And no trip to Naples is complete without visiting the area between Piazza Garibaldi and Via Toledo, roughly corresponding to the ancient Roman town Neapolis (much of which is still unexcavated like in many other Italian cities).

The old part of Naples – the centro storico – is formed by the main streets of Via dei Tribunali and Via San Biagio dei Librai, which still follow the path of the ancient Roman roads. This is much the liveliest and most intriguing quarter, and a must-see on any cruise to Naples. The Duomo is a Gothic building from the early thirteenth-century (though with a late nineteenth-century neo-Gothic facade) dedicated to the patron saint of the city, San Gennaro. MSC Mediterranean cruises also offer excursions to Pompeii, an ancient Roman resort city – which was nearly wiped out from the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 - effectively freezing the town’s way of life as it stood at the time.

Tuesday, May 7
Messina, Italy – 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Messina may well be your first sight of the island of Sicily, and – from your MSC holiday cruise ship – it’s a fine one, the glittering town spread up the hillside beyond its sickle-shaped Mediterranean harbour. On a shore excursion you book with MSC you can discover Messina’s most important monument, the Duomo, which epitomizes the city’s phoenix-like ability to re-create itself from the ashes of its last disaster. It’s the reconstruction of a twelfth-century cathedral erected by Roger II, and its bell tower claims to be the largest astronomical clock in the world, and puts on its best show at noon every day, when a bronze lion (Messina’s ancient emblem) unleashes a mighty roar over the city!

When you are cruising the Mediterranean Sea with MSC Cruises, a wonderful excursion from Messina would be to the almost too charming hill town of Taormina, spectacularly located on a rocky bluff between the Ionian Sea and the soaring peak of Mount Etna, whose summit with its bleak lava wilderness is one of the most memorable landscapes Italy has to offer … along with the famous ancient theatre, grand hotels and engaging small-town charm.

Wednesday, May 8
Valletta, Malta – 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
A 16th century city, the UNESCO-protected port of Valletta, the capital of the island of Malta, is one of the must-see stops for every Mediterranean cruise of merit. You can admire this port, constructed in the second half of the 16th century by the Frenchman Jean de la Valette and moulded by the religious and military Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, from your MSC ship even before disembarking. The over 300 monuments rising in little more than half a square kilometre make this a place with one of the greatest density of historical attractions to visit during a cruise, not mentioning other attractions such as its beaches, seaside locales and restaurants.

There are a lot of excursions that MSC BELLISSIMA offers … where the cruise-goer can see famous Maltese balconies, or the St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the National Museum of Archaeology, underground passages of Auberge de Castille and the beautiful Baracca Gardens, which overlook the harbour.

A 16th century Palazzo now the residence of the 9th Marquis De Piro, it has period furnishings and has a bomb shelter built for protection against bombings during World War II. The set of the film Popeye can still be seen from Malta’s largest beach, as well as the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Mellieha with a fresco of the Blessed Virgin Mary with Christ.

Thursday, May 9
At Sea Day in the Mediterranean. Enjoy your time aboard the MSC Bellissima, which is the NEWEST and MOST MAGNIFICENT ship currently in the Mediterranean Sea! From Swarovski lined staircases, to the beautiful Promenade mall aboard, there's so much to do on MSC's flagship … or just have a massage at the onboard SPA area!

Friday, May 10
Barcelona, Spain – 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Spain’s second city, and the self-confident capital and port of Catalunya - vibrates with life, and there’s certainly not another city in the country to touch it for sheer style, looks or energy. A cruise excursion to Barcelona city center will take you to discover its world-class art museums and its fashionable designer restaurants, bars, galleries and shops. And in Antoni Gaudí’s extraordinary church of the Sagrada Família and the world-famous boulevard that is the Ramblas, you have two Mediterranean sights that are high up on any list!


Saturday, May 11
Marseille, France – 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
When cruising southern France, you have to know that Marseille is the most renowned and populated metropolitan area in the country after Paris and Lyon. When you alight from your MSC cruise ship, the cafés around the Vieux Port, where glistening fish are sold straight off the boats on quai des Belges, are wonderful spots to observe the city’s street life.

Particularly good in the afternoon is the north (Le Panier) side, where the terraces are sunnier and the views better. The best view of the Vieux Port is from the Palais du Pharo, on the headland beyond Fort St-Nicolas, or, for a wider angle, from Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, the city’s Second Empire landmark atop the La Garde hill. To the north of the Vieux Port is the oldest part of Marseille, Le Panier.

You can enjoy many MSC cruise excursions from the Vieux Port. Capital of the Catholic Church during the early Middle Ages and for centuries a major artistic centre, Avignon remains another unmissable excursion. Low medieval walls still encircle Avignon’s old center, as it nestles up against a ninety-degree bend in the Rhône river.

Sunday, May 12
Disembark from the ship in the morning. Our bus will be waiting for us in the port and take us to the country of Monaco. The Principality of Monaco is a sovereign state whose territory covers only 0.75 sq miles. We will tour this little state, see the Cathedral of Monaco, Prince`s Palace in the Old Monaco-Ville which also offers a breathtaking panoramic view overlooking the Port and Monte-Carlo. Of course we cannot skip seeing the famous Monte Carlo Casino. In the afternoon we will continue on the way to Nice on the French Riviera. Check- in, dinner at our hotel!

Monday, May 13
Departure home from the airport in Nice on a flight to Houston. HOME SWEET HOME!

Itinerary subject to change depending on availability.

ACCOMODATIONS
Mon, Tue April 29, 30 Roznov pod Radhostem Czech Republic
Wed, Thu May 1, 2 Salzburg area Austria
Fri May 3 Innsbruck Austria
Sat May 4 Lake Como area Italy
Sun – Sat May 5 - 11 MSC BELLISSIMA Mediterranean Sea
Sun May 12 Nice area France

TOUR: BUS TOUR includes program, hotel accommodations, flights, breakfast & dinner everyday, drinks with group meals, luxury climatically controlled tour bus with restroom on board and snacks, soft drinks, water, juice & alcoholic drinks served while traveling, a professional European English speaking tour guide, music, and money exchanged on the bus. On MSC SHIP BELLISSIMA: Full board with Balcony Cabin, along with all inclusive drinks package & tips covered. Excursions during the cruise are on your own and may be booked through the ship MSC BELLISSIMA.

Single supplement: Price available upon request (if rooming single)

GROUP 1 FLIGHTS: (YOU WILL BE ASSIGNED YOUR FLIGHT GROUP LATER)
KL 662 April 28 Houston 3:00 PM - Amsterdam 7:15 AM + 1 day
KL 1845 April 29 Amsterdam 11:45 AM - Vienna 1:30 PM

KL 1250 May 13 Nice 6:25 AM - Amsterdam 8:25 AM
KL 661 May 13 Amsterdam 9:50 AM - Houston 1:05 PM

GROUP 2 FLIGHTS:
LH 441 April 28 Houston 3:50 PM - Frankfurt 8:35 AM + 1 day
LH 1384 April 29 Frankfurt 10:25 AM - Krakow 11:55 AM

LH 1069 May 13 Nice 7:15 AM - Frankfurt 8:50 AM
LH 440 May 13 Frankfurt 10:00 AM - Houston 1:45 PM

Passports: Some countries require that your passport be valid at least six months beyond the dates of your trip and/or have two to four blank visa/stamp pages. Some airlines will not allow you to board if these requirements are not met. For renewing or applying for a new passport as well as info, visit: http://travel.state.gov/passport/

Please send your check to the following address:
Edita Rybak (512) 963-6660 cell
603 N Texana St.
Hallettsville, TX 77964

Email Edita: 
editarybak@hotmail.com

COME JOIN ONE OF THE
BIGGEST PARTIES
in EUROPE!

For more info on this tour, please contact:
Edita Rybak at (512) 963-6660
www.chrisrybak.com


RYBAK EUROPE TOUR -- DECEMBER 11 - 21, 2017

RYBAK EUROPE TOUR -- DECEMBER 11 - 21, 2017


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