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Trips for 2022

THE GOLDEN ISLES  GEORGIA    Sign Up by February 20th 

Brunswick, Jekyll Island, St. Simons Hofwyl Plantation & Okefenokee Swamp  

April 20th – 22th , 2022 – ( 2 nights/3 days – 5 meals) 

Call your friends & ask them to join us on this exciting getaway!  It’s time to get out & explore new places with adventures off the beaten path.  All aboard as we travel & see nature come alive!  Our wanderlust today takes us to the Golden Isles of Georgia.   This afternoon we will visit Jekyll Island and enjoy the Historic Trolley Tour as we listen to the stories of the 240-acre historic district where an exclusive gilded era island retreat was created for family and friends on this barrier island.  Since 1888, It was a winter home for the elite. The Vanderbilt’s, Morgan’s & Rockefeller’s were members of the Jekyll Island Club.   During the trolley tour, we will disembark  for a tour inside  two historic structures. Jekyll is a great place for photos with all the ornate architecture & beauty of nature.  Our tour ends @ the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.  This is Georgia’s only sea turtle education & rehabilitation facility.  You will learn about these fascinating creatures and enjoy the interactive exhibits.  A great educational experience!  There will be time to take a stroll on the beach, see the driftwood & seashells.  Afterwards, we will check into our hotel in Brunswick for a 2- night stay.  Dinner will be at a local restaurant. (D)  Day 2: After breakfast, our guide will join us & travel over to the Okefenokee Swamp.  During our journey, our guide will recount tales and history about the little towns along the way and the geological formation of the swamps.  This “Land of the Trembling Earth” has been home to Indians, trappers, traders, and outlaws, as well as unusual animals, flora and fauna, multitudes of birds, and of course alligators.  Today you will see a film about the Okefenokee, enjoy the wildlife sanctuary & experience a beautiful boat ride into the waterways of the swamp. A nice picnic lunch will be provided today. Later this afternoon, we travel over to Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation (State Historic Site) that represents the history and culture of Georgia’s rice coast, that looks just like it did when it belonged to the family who owned the land 200 years ago.   See a film of the plantation’s history before walking over to the antebellum home for a guided tour of the home filled with family heirlooms and 18th and 19th century furniture.  Hear stories of life on the plantation & take a hike on the nature trail that runs along the edge of the marsh where rice grew.   Don’t miss the gift shop! Dinner will be @ a local restaurant.  (B ,L,  D)  Day 3: We will check out of the hotel after breakfast and depart to St. Simons Island as our guide narrates delightful stories from the Prehistoric Era on the barrier islands to the present day Resort Era.  We will tour the remains of Frederic village, where five different languages were spoken.  Fort Frederica brought friendship with the natives, who along with brave Scots settlers and the British “regulars”, defeated the Spanish at the Battle of Bloody Marsh.   Our tour continues with a stop @ historic Christ Church where you will hear about a “Beloved Invader” and the Church’s reconstruction during the Timber Era.  We top off our visit with a stop in the St Simons Pier Village, site of the beautiful St Simons Lighthouse and Keeper’s Cottage.  You will have some time to stroll through the charming shops and have lunch before we begin our journey home, so glad we came on this trip and remembering the great time and all we learned about the Golden Isles. (B) 

Cost Includes:  Modern Motorcoach Transportation – 2 Night Accommodations – 2 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinner – Step-on Guide @ Jekyll Island – Historic Trolly Tour – Georgia Sea Turtle Center – Okefenokee Swamp Guided Tour – Step-on Guide Traveling to Okefenokee Swamp – Tour Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation (represents the history & culture of Georgia’s Rice Coast) with Guide – Guided Tour of St. Simons (See St. Simons Lighthouse and Keeper’s Cottage) – Baggage Assistance – Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director 

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle

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Gullah Heritage with “Echo’s from the Past”  (2nights, 3 days) 

May 11th – 13th, 2022

Day 1: Our day begins as we escape to Beaufort on Port Royal Island to explore South Carolina’s Coastal Sea Islands.  There will be time to stroll & shop in this charming city with lunch on your own.  Our adventure this afternoon is an ecotour to explore the salt marsh created by the network of capillary creeks.  We will look for dolphins and other wildlife that live in this diverse ecosystem.  Our guide will share many interesting facts about the history of these waters. Dinner will be @ a local restaurant tonight. (D)  Day 2: Breakfast will be @ the hotel.  Our step-on  guide, in 19th  century dress, will  join us for an exciting day. We will visit the oldest church in town and hear the stories of the past residents.  Listen as the guide gives a historic overview of Beaufort’s historic district & see rows of spectacular & immaculately kept Antebellum homes. There will be a stop @ St. Helena Episcopal Church and graveyard dating from the 1700’s. Sit back & relax as we see the other sea islands of Beaufort County.  You will see plantations, Penn Center and where the Gullah/Geechie heritage still echoes through the live oaks.  Hear the stories and songs sung around the ruins of the island churches. Lunch is included @ the NEW SEA ISLAND CENTER in the heart of Frogmore Gullah Community on St. Helena Island.  During lunch, you will be entertained with a production that takes you back in time with 19th century music, dances, period dress, and diary accounts bringing to life the history of the low country.  Hear the Gullah songs sung by local performers and the plantation stories that shaped a people who lived on these islands during antebellum and civil war times. You can even participate in antebellum dance instruction.  Afterwards, we will depart for Hunting Island State Park to see the lighthouse, Nature Center and a walk on the beach. Dinner will be @ a local restaurant tonight.  What a fun day!  (B, L, D) Day: After breakfast we will check out of the hotel for a visit & tour of the Kazoo Museum and Gift Shop. This is the “only plastic Kazoo Factory” in the U.S.  The tour includes a short video presentation, kazoo demonstrations, a walk through the kazoo factory with explanations of how everything works and the opportunity to make your own kazoo to take home at the end of the tour.  There will be a stop @ the Sheldon Church Ruins. This was one of the first Greek-Revival structures built in the United States. As you walk around the Ruins, you can visualize the splendor of the pre-Revolutionary church. Afterwards, we travel back to Greenwood making music with our kazoos & remembering the beautiful islands on this relaxing trip!  

 Cost includes: Modern Motorcoach Transportation – 2 Night Accommodations –  2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinners Guided Tour of Beaufort’s Historic District –  St. Helena Episcopal Church – New Sea Island Center with Lunch & Entertainment taking you back in time with 19th Century Music, Dances, Period Dress and History about the Gullah/Geechie Heritage  – Hunting State Park (walk on Beach, see Lighthouse & Nature Center – Kazoo Museum – Visit Sheldon Church Ruins – Baggage Assistance – Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director  

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle

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Saguaro National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, Petrified Forest National Park,

The Wild West (Tombstone), Texas & more adventures!

June 5 – 16, 2022

Day 1: Come &adventure with us as we journey to the Southwestern part of the United States to visit the Old West, Native American Culture & Majestic Red Rocks. There will be many different experiences on this tour.  History buffs will love the museums, Route 66 nostalgia and all the attractions dedicated to the Wild West legacy.  We will travel through Georgia, Alabama & overnight in Mississippi. (SD) Day 2: We continue west today, with a stop for lunch in Shreveport & visit the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, an architectural jewel that houses 23 beautifully rendered scale dioramas that portray a look @ how life was in the 1940’s. There are native American artifacts, regional and national history artifacts, natural history exhibits, and original works from local artists.  Our journey takes us to Richardson, Texas, our home for the next two nights. (B, L, SD) Day 3: Our step-on guide for today joins us @ the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum in Dallas.  After the Library Tour, we depart for Fort Worth & arrive @ the Fort Worth Stockyards, to begin our stockyard historical walking tour.  Youwill see the cattle drive with longhorns on Exchange Avenue.  The tour includes the Water Gardens, JFK Memorial, Sundance Square & the cultural district.  Lunch will be @ Billy Bob’s (the world’s largest honky-tonk) today.  You will enjoy the food and the Fort Worth friendly hospitality.   This afternoon, we return to Dallas for the Dallas Highlights tour with JFK that include John Neely Bryan’s log cabin (the founder of Dallas), Old Red Courthouse & a short walking tour around Dealy Plaza, (B, L, SD)  Day 4: Our adventures today take us to Abilene, Texas where you will  learn about the legends & history of the Old West @  Frontier Texas!  Our next stop will be in Midland Texas to visit the Childhood Home of George W. Bush.  This modest home, build in 1939 reflects the lives of the Bush family.  You will learn more about George in his earlier life as you see all memorabilia in his room.  We will overnight in Odessa, Texas. (B, D) Day 5: After breakfast, our path takes us to city of El Paso.   After lunch, you will learn more about this lively, interesting city with our step-on guide & visit the Border Patrol Museum.   Las Cruces will be our destination to overnight.  You will have time to visit Old Mesilla village and plaza, a great place to learn about local history & culture. The courthouse is the most famous feature where Billy the Kid was sentenced to hang in the county jail. Also visit the basilica, art galleries, adobe gift shop and have dinner @ one of the restaurants.  (B, L)    Day 6:  This morning our journey takes us to Tombstone Arizona, the most authentic western town in the United States! Also known as “The Town Too Tough To Die”!  We will meet our guide (Wyatt Earp) @ Boothill Graveyard for a tour. Lunch will be @ Big Nose Kate’s Saloon.  You will also have admission ticket to the shootout @ the O.K. Corral, The Gunfighter Museum, The Arizona Ranger Museum & The Tombstone Historic Courthouse. Late afternoon, we travel to Benson to overnight. (B, L) Day 7: Wewill visit Saguaro National Park today. The giant Saguaro cacti is theuniversal symbol of the American west. These majestic plants are protected by Saguaro National Park. There will be a stop @ the Saguaro Visitor’s Center to the see film &view the exhibits. We will drive through the park and learn more about the Hohokam people who lived here.  We will arrive in Flagstaff later today.  Take some time to explore this interesting city. You will enjoy dinner & entertainment @ Black Bart’s Steakhouse, Saloon and Musical Revue. (B, D) Day 8:  Our step-on guide joins us as we head to Grand Canyon South Rim (18 miles wide, 300 miles long & 1 mile deep) where you will visit Grandview Point, Desert View Watch Tower, Mather Point plus a stop @ Bright Angel Lodge. We will make a big loop going through the south entrance and out the east entrance towards the painted desert.   There will be a stop at the Cameron Trading Post.A box lunch will be provided today.Dinner will be @ a local restaurant. (B, BL, D)   Day 9Our journeys heads east today.  There will be a stop “to stand on the corner in Winslow Arizona”, a great photo op.  The song was made famous by “The Eagles”.  Our next adventure will be the Petrified Forest National Park with its colorful petrified wood that you will see as we drive through the park.  There will be a stop @ the Visitor’s Center to view the information & talk with a ranger. Off we go to Gallup, New Mexico, Indian jewelry capital of the world, to shop in this vibrant town with beautiful jewelry, native arts & a blend of cultures. After lunch, we travel to our destination for the night in Albuquerque. (B, SD)   Day 10We travel across the great state of Texas today, with a stop in Amarillo for lunch @ The Big Texan Steak House.  After lunch we will visit the American Quarter Horse Heritage Center & Museum.  We will travel on to Elk City, Oklahoma to overnight. (B, L)   Day 11: Today we travel across Oklahoma and into Arkansas.  We will stop in Fort Smith, Arkansas to learn about the Gateway of the West. We will overnight in Horn Lake, Mississippi. (B, SD)  Day 12:  Our journey comes to an end as we travel home with our minds filled with the exciting places we’ve seen, new friends & experiences that we will remember forever. (B)

Cost includes:  Modern Roundtrip Motorcoach Transportation, 11 Night Accommodations, (25 Meals:  11 Breakfasts, 5 Lunches, 1 Box Lunch, 5 Snack Dinners, 3 Dinners), All  Admissions As Stated In Itinerary, George Bush Library & Museum, Tombstone, Saguaro Forest National Park, Grand Canyon, Petrified National Park, Museums, Step-On Guides, Luggage Handling, Taxes, Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director

Insurance is not required but highly recommended

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$2,695 $2,520$2,415$3,460 

Deposit: $900  Final Due: May 1st

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August 26th – 28th


Suspect the Unexpected!

Adventure, Entertainment & of course, MYSTERY!

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Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$600 $635$615$675

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Discovering History & Exploring Salem, Lexington, Concord & Boston

September 6th – 11th

Day 1: Our adventures begin today as we travel through North Carolina, Virginia & West Virginia with a stop in the Shenandoah Valley to explore. Our accommodations tonight is the Hampton Inn in Hagerstown, PA. (D) Day 2: Our journey continues through Pennsylvania, New York & Connecticut to Woburn, Massachusetts, our home for 3 nights. (B, D) Day 3: Our step on guide joins us on the coach bound for Downtown Boston/The Freedom Trail. The Freedom Trail driving tour begins with Boston CommonMA State House, and Park Street Church. Then a short walking Tour of the Granary Burying Ground (final resting places of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and Mother Goose!) Next, we head to Omni Parker House for bathroom break, and for those interested: This hotel invented (and sells) the original Boston Cream Pie, but the bigger claim to fame is that this is where JFK proposed marriage to Jackie. Board the coach to drive past King’s Chapel, Boston Old City Hall, Old South Meeting House (starting place for the Boston Tea Party), Old Corner BookstoreOld State House (seat of British Colonial government in Massachusetts), Boston Massacre Site, and Tea Party Ships and Museum. Our next stop is a walking tour of Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market, followed by lunch and shopping at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market. Our guide has plenty of suggestions for lunch. After lunch, our adventure continues as we drive down Hanover Street via Paul Revere Statue and Old North Church (one if by land, two if by sea). We continue to the USS Constitution via Bunker Hill monument & get off the coach to explore the USS Constitution Museum/decks, (depending on your mobility). After exploring the USS Constitution Museum, we drive to Cambridge’s Harvard Square via MIT for a drive-by tour of MIT that will include The Great Dome, and the world-famous Stata Center. We will get off the coach at Harvard Square for a Walking Tour of Harvard Yard that will include Widener Memorial Library (exterior only), Johnston Gate, Massachusetts Hall (1720), Memorial Hall, and the John Harvard Statue. During dinner, there will be a mystery guest join us. After dinner, we go back to the hotel.  Sites in BOLD are official Freedom Trail Sites (B, D)  Day 4: After breakfast, our guide joins us to depart for Lexington Battle Green You will go in Buckman Tavern, a well done recreation of a colonial tavern, which happens to be the actual tavern where the minutemen amassed that fateful morning of April 19th, 1775.  A “walking” tour of Lexington Battle Green (more of a standing tour) is next on the agenda. Relive the first shots fired at 5am on April 19th, 1775 on the spot where they were fired.  After the tour, we board the coach to head to Fiske Hill, The Bluff, Paul Revere Capture Site, Hartwell Tavern, Orchard House (home of Bronson and Louisa May Alcott, known as the Little Women house), Nathaniel Hawthorne House, Ralph Waldo Emerson House, and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.  Sleepy Hollow Cemetery/Author’s Ridge (burial sites of Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, and a beautiful memorial Garden). Our next stop will be @ Old North Bridge, where the (Shot Heard ‘Round the World). There will be time for shopping & lunch in Concord.  After lunch, we drive to Salem to tour the House of Seven Gables. Afterwards, board the coach for a driving tour of Downtown Salem, including Salem Common, Hawthorne Hotel, Salem Maritime Village, Essex Street, Chestnut Street, The Witch House, Washington Square (Samantha Stephens statue), and former Jailhouse Site. (B, D) Day 5:  After breakfast, we begin our journey south with a sightseeing stop along the way. We will overnight in Hagerstown, Maryland. (B, D)  Day 6:  What a trip this has been! Our heads filled with so much information of all we have heard & seen. What an adventure! Our journey brings us back to South Carolina today.   (B)

Cost Includes:  Modern Motorcoach, 5 Night Accommodations, 5 breakfasts, 5 dinners, Services of Local Guide, Salem Tour, House of Seven Gables, Historic Boston Tour, Freedom Trail, Granary Burying Ground, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, USS Constitution, Visitor’s Center and Museum, Harvard Square Walking Tour,  Quincy Market & Faneuil Hall, Old North Church, Lexington & Concord & Tour, Round Trip Baggage Handling  & Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director.

Cost per person:DoubleSingle
$1,260 $1,630 

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(Shipshewana Amish, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Sturgeon Bay & Chicago)

October 16th – 22nd

Day 1: So excited to get on the road again! Our journey begins today as we cross North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and arrive @ Dayton, Ohio to overnight. (SD) Day 2: Our wandering takes us to Shipshewana, the heart of Amish Country in Northern Indiana. LaGrange County is known as a one-of-a-kind destination for you to experience the simplicity of Amish culture as well as their quality products & food. After lunch, our guide joins us for an Inside Scoop Tour off the beaten path and explore the hidden gems that only the locals know about. During this tour, you will visit six artisan shops with histories steeped in stories and doing the things the traditional way. The tour lets you in on the secrets, charms and handmade goods that make this region so special. Plus, the opportunity to take a few treasures back home with you to enjoy. Tonight, you will enjoy an Amish Family Style Dinner. After dinner, you have a ticket for the Blue Gate Theatre. Dear Soldier Boy is a hilarious, feel-good musical comedy. It’s 1951 and the Korean War is in full swing. Anna King knows that war is contrary to the Amish ways, but wants to help by volunteering to write letters of encouragement to the soldiers. No one knows about her mission. What will she do when three soldiers come to visit? Can she keep her father from finding out? You’ll just have to wait and see! (B, D) Day 3: There will be a stop in Milwaukee for lunch and a Milwaukee Boat Line’s Sightseeing Cruise with live narration. You will learn about Milwaukee’s history and explore the rivers, harbors & Lake Michigan during the 90 minutes tour. Our next adventure is a tour of the Pabst Mansion, filled with many stories and treasures, built in 1892. We travel on to Green Bay, our home for 2 nights. This hotel is connected to Oneida Casino, where you will get a package including free play and Step N Win promotion. (B, $10 Food Voucher) Day 4: Travels takes us up to Sturgeon Bay where our step-on guide joins us to explore Cave Point Door County Park where the winds and waves from Lake Michigan have worn away limestone cliffs to create underwater caves. Our next stop will be a visit to see a concert with Dan Meunier, a composer, singer and storyteller, who holds concerts in his historic schoolhouse which doubles as a museum. You will learn more about the beautiful sites of Door County.

No tour to Door County is complete without a stop at Bjorklunder Stave Chapel. This little gem is patterned after the Stave Chapel in Lillehammer, Norway and is filled with 41 Fresco Paintings and beautiful wood carving. You will enjoy a guided tour to learn of the dedication and history of the couple who built this little gem during WWII. Lunch will be at Al Johnson’s Swedish Restaurant, where you will experience the Scandinavian influence as you dine. After lunch, there will be time to do some shopping at Al Johnson’s Boutique and gift shop as well as take pictures of the goats that graze on Al Johnson’s sod roof! Afterwards, our drive takes us through Wisconsin’s largest State Park where we can experience the beauty of the shores and bluffs on our way to Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. Built in 1868, the living quarter are completely furnished from that era. You will learn about life in a Lighthouse as you step back into the 1880’s. After an exciting day, we travel back to Green Bay to overnight. (B, L, $10 Food Voucher) Day 5: It’s time to explore Green Bay this morning. Our step-on guide will join us for a fascinating city tour. View the city’s architecture, featuring the “Grandest Courthouse in the West and the Astor neighborhood with the National Register of Historic Homes. See the waterways that divide the region. From train depots to churches to landmarks, our knowledgeable & entertaining guide will also bring to life the story of Green Bay & its team. After all, Green Bay is the most unique football town in the country, where the fans actually own the team. Then we head south to overnight in Southland Chicago. (B, D) Day 6: Our guide joins us this morning for a tour where you will hear about architecture, iconic neighborhoods, music & what makes Chicago unique. After the tour we travel on to Sharonville, Ohio to spend the night. (B, SD) Day 7: Stillamazed @ all we have experienced on this tour, we return to Greenwood today, with memories to last a lifetime! (B)

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$1,300 $1,265$1,195$1,720

Cost includes: Modern Motorcoach Round Trip Transportation, 6 Night Accommodations, Meals: (6 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 2 Dinners, 2 Snack Dinners, 2 Food Vouchers), Guided Amish Tour, Amish Family Meal, Amish Theatre, Milwaukee Boat Line’s Sightseeing Tour, Admission to Pabst Mansion, Guided Tour of Sturgeon Bay & Door County, Bjorklunder Stave Chapel, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse, Guided Tour of Green Bay & Tour of Chicago

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Thursday, November 3rd – 6th

Day 1: What a great time in Nashville, Tennessee with accommodations for 3 nights in this exciting city. Dinner will be @ Ole Red’s tonight. Get up close & personal with tomorrow’s stars, where the best talent comes to play! Blake Shelton (owner) says, you’re going to have a good time as soon as you walk in the door & get your taste buds going with 100 proof live music! (D) Day 2:After breakfast, you board the coach to go over to the Ryman Auditorium for a Guided Backstage Tour @ one of the most celebrated venues in modern music. Generations of artists have had their lives changed on this inspirational stage where legendary moments are still happening on this world-famous stage. After lunch, the next stop will be the Country Music Hall of Fame for a self-guided tour. After some free time, you will enjoy the Opry House Backstage Tour. Dinner will be @ the Opry Backstage Grill. Then, one of the highlights of the tour, spending the evening @ the Grand Ole Opry! The artists for the evening havenot been announced yet. It never disappoints, always a great show! (B, D) Day 3: This morning our friendly and knowledgeable local guide will escort our group on a sightseeing tour of Music City USA. From Greek temples to Greek-Revival mansions to its strong musical heritage, the state capitol of Tennessee wears its history proud. Your tour will take you past some the following: Ryman Auditorium, Tennessee State Capital Building, Bicentennial Park, Honky-Tonk Row, Music Row with its many recording studios and publishing companies, Country Music Hall of Fame, Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, Fort Nashborough and more. Admission ticket for the Parthenon is also included today. After the tour, you will have free time in downtown Nashville for lunch, to explore & shop. Snack dinner is provided @ the Drury Hotel or you can have dinner on your own downtown, on your last night in Nashville. (B, SD) Day 4: After breakfast, we say goodbye to this fascinating city thinking about all the fun we had! (B)

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$850 $795$755$1,100

Cost includes: Modern Motorcoach Transportation – 3 Night Accommodations @ Drury Inn & Suites – Meals: 3 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners, 1 Snack Dinner (including dinner @ Ole Red & Opry Backstage Grill) – Admission tickets: Opry House Backstage Tour, Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium Tour, Parthenon, Country Music Hall of Fame, Service of Step-On Guide & Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director

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November 30th – December 4th (4 Breakfasts & 4 Dinners)

Day 1: Come & join us during this most festive & beautiful time of the year in New York City. A wonderful time to visit the city beautifully decorated with fabulous Christmas window displays, dazzling lights & be a part of this special season. Our accommodations for tonight will be in Hagerstown, Maryland. (D) Day 2: This afternoon, we arrive in New York City & meet our step on guide for a tour of this amazing city all decked out for the holidays. This afternoon you will see Times Square, Lincoln Center, Central Park, United Nations, Fifth Ave, Times Square, Wall Street, Rockefeller Center & more! Our tour with our guide ends @ the 911 Memorial. We will tour the 911 Museum. Our accommodations for the next two nights will be across the Hudson River in New Jersey. (B, D) Day 3: This morning, we travel over to see the magnificent view from the Top of the Rock @ Rockefeller Plaza, 70 stories & with unlimited views of the city. Lunch will be on your own. You will have some time around Rockefeller Center to shop, see the beautiful tree (65 ft. high & miles of lights) & Rockerfeller Ice Skating Rink. Then enjoy a ride on the Staten Island Ferry to get a closer look with good photo ops of the Statue of Liberty. A Broadway Show is included tonight. (B, D) Day 4: This morning, you have reserved seats @ the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the world famous Rockettes! Lunch will be on your own before we say goodbye to this amazing city, excited about all we have seen & experienced in New York City. We travel south to overnight in Hagerstown, Maryland. (B, D) Day 5:We arrive home this afternoon, full of the Christmas spirit. (B)

Cost includes: Roundtrip Modern Motorcoach Transportation, 4 Night Accommodations (2 across the river in New Jersey), Services of Step-On Guide, 4 Breakfast & 4 Dinners, Broadway Show – 911 Museum – Radio City Christmas Spectacular, the Rockettes – Top of the Rock, Staten Ferry Ride, Porterage & Services of Adventure Travels Tour Director

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$1,290 $1,185$1,095$1,565

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December 8th – 10th

Day 1: We depart for Charleston today, excited about visiting the holy city. Lunch will be

@ Hyman’s Seafood today. After lunch you will have time to shop @ the Charleston City

Market, established in the 1790’s in the cultural heart of Charleston. There will be time for

you to browse in other shops in the area. This afternoon, we will check into our hotel for the

next 2 nights. Tonight, we travel over to see the Holiday Festival of Lights @ James Island County Park! As we drive through the park, you will see over 750 light displays, including the Cooper River Bridge display. We will stop to visit the gift shops, see the enchanted walking trail & much more! (L) Day 2: After breakfast, we will meet our step-on guide for a privately narrated drive though the city’s historic districts. You will hear about the city’s long and colorful history as you pass by landmarks including the Citadel, South Carolina’s famed military academy, the College of Charleston, Harleston Village, Rainbow Row, and the Battery. A special highlight during the tour will be a brief walking portion to the Heyward Washington House, c. 1772. This magnificent home boasts one of the two most outstanding collections of Charleston-made furniture in the city as well as one of the few original kitchen-houses in Charleston. President George Washington also resided in this lovely Georgian House during his visit to Charleston in 1791. On the walk back to the coach, we’ll also make a brief stop at St. Michael’s Church, the oldest church in the city. This afternoon, we will visit Angel Oak Park to find “A Lowcountry Treasure”, considered to be the largest Oak Tree east of the Mississippi estimating to be 300 to 400 years old. We will have an early dinner today @ the Crab House on James Island. We have tickets tonight for The Sound of Charleston in the beautiful and historic Circular Congregational Church in the heart of downtown Charleston. Circular is one of the oldest continuously worshipping congregations in the South. This national landmark & Charleston treasure was founded in 1681. John Newton, the author of the words for the famous spiritual “Amazing Grace,” was inspired to write it while worshipping at Circular. Sit back & be inspired as you listen to Charleston’s unique southern charm of gospel, Gullah, Gershwin, Civil War songs, jazz and light classics during this live 75-minute concert. (B, D) Day 4:This morning we head back to Greenwood, after a great time in Charleston!

Cost includes: Roundtrip Modern Motorcoach, 2 Night Accommodations, Meals: 2 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch (Hyman’s), 1 Dinner (Charleston Crab House), Festival of Lights on James Island, Guided Tour of Charleston, Heyward Washington House & St. Michael’s Church, Angel Oak Park, Sounds of Charleston & services of Adventure Travels Tour Director

Cost per person:DoubleTripleQuadSingle
$450 $425$305$580

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