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Hi mirod, thank you so much for the solution provided!! I had to remove some lines because (for what i understand) you're using perl 6 and my version is v5.10.1. I'm not familiar with HTML::TreeBuilder::XPath and the findnode function, so I've been doing some research. I want to see if by using your script I can obtain not only all of the trips with all it's details, but all of the trips with the details separately. for example, this is the output I need for each trip:

Trip Name: Nordic seas Price: 500 Itinerary: Denmark, Oslo, Helsinki Departure date: 12/04/2012 Ship Name: Costa Magica Includes: Cruise Departure port: Copenhagen Duration: 7 days
In this way I can later take all those individual pieces of information to a database. Like I said, I'm new to Perl, and all I do is trial & error, so until I have more time to study during the summer I will appreciate all the help you guys at PerlMonks can provide me. Thanks again for all the great work!!!

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