Lake Havasu Balloon Festival 2016
Lake Havasu Balloon Festival
January 14th-16th, 2016
$499 double occupancy per person
Day One: We’ll leave the Valley with a stop for coffee and goodies, on our way to Quartzsite for lunch on self. After lunch we’ll sightsee our way to beautiful Lake Havasu City! We’ll check into our hotel and after a refresh, we’ll head out to enjoy a little “club style” touring of Lake Havasu City. Later that evening we’ll enjoy dinner on self at Javalina Cantina—offering fantastic Sonoran style Mexican food and wildly creative margaritas! Thursday night specials are $3 Coronas and half priced appetizers like delicious Baja shrimp cocktails, nachos grande, chicken quesadillas and so much more. Weather permitting, we’ll relax on the large outdoor patio dining area with a stunning view of the world famous London Bridge and Bridgewater Channel.
Day Two: Breakfast is included at the hotel, and after breakfast we’ll travel the short distance to the balloon field for the spectacular morning mass ascension. Afterwards we’ll spend the day enjoying the festivities offered around the fairgrounds, including an arts & crafts show, great vendor’s booth, live music and so much more. Our bus will be available to shuttle from the balloon field to the hotel and back throughout the day. As the sun sets we’ll rally again for the the incredible Glow Spectacular, one of the most dramatic events of the balloon festival; when the pilots ignite the burners of their tethered balloons simultaneously, and the colorful balloons glow like enormous holiday ornaments. That should complete our day at the balloon field and we’ll return to the hotel to freshen up before dinner at Shugrue’s Restaurant & Bar. The menu at Shugrue’s is large and impressive, certainly offering something for everyone. Chef’s Selections include a New York pepper steak topped with Jack Daniels sauce, baked Alaskan halibut in a dijon garlic crust, medallions of beef tenderloin with grilled shrimp, lump crab, fresh asparagus and Béarnaise sauce… just to name a few! This fabulous dinner, along with a glass of red of white wine, is included. Shugrue’s offers a relaxed atmosphere and a stunning view of the Bridgewater Channel and the world-famous London Bridge, and we’ve always had a great time there. Later we’ll enjoy a free evening.
Day Three: We’ll enjoy breakfast at the hotel, included, and then it’s bags out and we’ll head for one of Arizona’s most interesting ghost towns—Oatman! This crazy town began as a mining tent camp, over 100 years ago, but quickly became a flourishing gold mining center in 1915, when two miners struck a ten million dollar gold find! Mining in Oatman was short lived, but Oatman survived by catering to travelers on old U.S. Route 66. The town nearly died when the route became what is now Interstate 40! Today tame burros roam the streets, descendants of the early mining burros. We’ll check out the Oatman Hotel, where Clark Gable and Carol Lombard honeymooned in 1939 and we’ll enjoy a little lunch on self. Then it’s back on the bus, as we head for home, with plenty of great sightseeing along the way!
The Havasu Balloon Festival just keeps getting bigger and better every year. Don’t wait to call in your reservations, as hotel rooms in Lake Havasu City are very limited the weekend of this popular festival!
New England Rails and Trails
New England Rails and Trails
Featuring Boston, vermont, new hampshire and Maine
Ocotber 1st - October 8th, (eight days)
$2699.00 pp, double occupancy
Day 1: Arrive Boston
Upon arrival in Boston meet your Tour Director and transfer to your Boston Area hotel. Tonight enjoy a Welcome Dinner.
Meal: (D) Overnight - Boston Area
Day 2: Boston - North Conway
This morning enjoy a Boston City Tour featuring Boston Commons, the Old State House, the Old North Church from where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride, the Old South Meeting House, Beacon Hill, Old Ironsides and more.
Enjoy a bit of leisure time for lunch in the Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market area. Later leave Boston and travel into New Hampshire’s scenic White Mountains & arrive in picturesque North Conway for a two night stay.
Meals: (B,D) Overnight - North Conway, NH
Day 3: Mt. Washington Cog & Conway Scenic Rails This morning motorcoach to board the historic Mount Washington Cog Railway. Enjoy breathtaking vistas during your three-hour rail experience aboard the world’s first (1869) mountain-climbing
Cog Railway to the top of the highest peak in the Northeast, Mount Washington. Then return to North Conway and board the Conway Scenic Railroad for a nostalgic ride through the scenic Mt. Washington Valley countryside. The restored historic railcars are powered by diesel & electric locomotives. Enjoy the evening at your own pace. Meal: (B) Overnight - North Conway, NH
Day 4: North Conway - Stowe/Burlington
This morning motorcoach along one of New England’s most popular scenic drives, the Kancamagus Highway. The drive connects North Conway with Lincoln and offers spectacular views of rushing rivers and covered bridges. Continue to Quechee Gorge, “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon.” Later arrive in the scenic town of Woodstock to visit the Billings Farm & Museum,
a modern working dairy farm and museum of Vermont life in the 1890’s. This afternoon pass through quaint villages and mountain scenery before arriving in Stowe or Burlington for a two
night stay in a famous and historic Vermont mountain town.
Meals: (B,D) Overnight - Stowe or Burlington, VT
Day 5: Vermont Sightseeing
Visit the Shelburne Museum, located in Vermont’s scenic Lake Champlain Valley & one of the nation’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art and Americana. Later visit Cold Hollow Cider Mill, one of the largest apple cider mills in New England and known for their coldpressed cider. Also visit the home of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, founded in 1978 in a renovated gas station. Enjoy a brief factory tour and a scoop of one of the creative flavors. Late afternoon return to your hotel for an evening at leisure.
Meal: (B) Overnight - Stowe or Burlington, VT
Day 6: Stowe/Burlington - Portland, Maine
This morning visit a Maple Sugar Farm to sample some authentic Vermont Maple sweets and learn about the sugaring process. Later relax and enjoy the spectacular New England scenery enroute to the Maine Coast. Arrive in scenic Portland, Maine for a two-night stay. Portland is Maine’s largest city and sits on a peninsula, jutting out into island filled Casco Bay.
Meal: (B) Overnight - Portland
Day 7: Portland
Today enjoy a scenic Casco Bay Cruise past lovely Victorian cottages on the shorelines of Little &Great Diamond Island. Then enjoy some leisure time in Old Port, Portland’s historic waterfront.Later visit the Portland Head Lighthouse & Museumin Cape Elizabeth, one of America’s oldest and most photographed. Tonight enjoy a Lobster Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers.
Meals: (B,D) Overnight - Portland
Day 8: Portland - Boston - Flight Home
Travel to Boston & fly home filled with fond memories of New England’s Rails & Trails.
•2 Rail Journeys
Conway Scenic Railroad
Mount Washington Cog Railway
•Boston City Tour
•Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market
•North Conway, NH
•Billings Farm & Museum
•Maple Sugar Farm
•Ben & Jerry’s Factory
•Cold Hollow Cider Mill
•Casco Bay Cruise
•Lobster Farewell Dinner
•3 - Two Night Stays
•11 Meals: 7-B & 4-D
•Admissions per Itinerary
•Professional Tour Director
•7 Nights Hotel Accommodations
•1 - Boston Area
•2 - North Conway, NH
•2 - Stowe or Burlington, VT
•2 - Portland, Maine
8 Days 2015
New England Rails & Trails
featuring Boston, Vermont, New Hampshire & Maine
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New Orleans Holiday
New Orleans Holiday
Featuring 4 nights in the French Quarter
December 1st - 5th, (five days)
$1699 per person, double occupancy
Day One: We’ll arrive in New Orleans for a four-night stay in the exciting French Quarter—famous for jazz clubs and fabulous restaurants! Early evening we’ll enjoy a Reveillon Welcome Dinner, a traditional Creole holiday feast, included.
Day Two: Breakfast is included at the hotel, and then we’re off to enjoy an easy walking tour of the French Quarter, featuring the Saint Louise Cathedral with adjoining Cabildo and rectory, Bourbon Street, Pirates Alley and the French Marketplace. We’ll visit the famous Café du Monde for café au lait and beignets, and later in the afternoon we’ll board the Steamboat Natchez for a relaxing cruise on the Mississippi River. The evening finds us at the New Orleans School of Cooking, to enjoy a remarkable dinner,
included, with our fellow travelers.
Day Three: Breakfast is included at the hotel, and then we’re off to explore the city of New Orleans. We’ll travel along historic Saint Charles Avenue, past Tulane University, visit a unique above ground cemetery, and then drive through the Garden District—which features one of the best preserved collections of historic southern mansions in the United States. We’re also have an opportunity to experience some of the incredible rebuilding of the city after Hurricane Katrina. Later we’ll travel beyond the city limits to tour Oak Alley Plantation, one of the state’s most visited antebellum homes, featuring a quarter-mile long canopy of giant live oak trees believed to be 300-years old. Later we’ll return to the hotel, and enjoy a free evening.
Day Four: Breakfast is included at the hotel, and then we’ll have an opportunity to explore the French Quarter and the city of New Orleans at our leisure! Stroll the cafés and art galleries, visit the Mardi Gras Museum, Santa’s Quarter a super-popular holiday shop, the World War II Museum… we could go on and on! Later in the day we’ll enjoy a magnificent farewell dinner, included, at the Court of Two Sisters, one of the French Quarter’s oldest and most famous restaurants. After dinner we’ll board a motorcoach for a short ride to the New Orleans City Park to visit the Celebration in the Oaks, one of the most beautiful holiday lights exhibits in the entire nation—an incredible way to kick-off your holiday season!
Day Five: After breakfast, included, at the hotel, we’ll fly home, filled with wonderful memories of our New Orleans Holiday Tour!
Mexican Riviera Cruise
The Mexican Riviera Cruise!
Featuring Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan & Puerto Vallarta
January 31st-February 7th, 2016 Sunday thru Sunday
$876-$1306 (Double Occupancy)
Includes Bus Transportation from Phoenix to Los Angeles
The last time we offered this cruise we took over 100 people, and had a complete BLAST! Leave your cars at your regular pickup location and jump on the bus headed for Los Angeles. We’ll arrive there quicker, more affordably and with less stress than if we had flown! There will be plenty of pit stops along with the way, with a stop for lunch on self in Blythe. We’ll pull straight into the pier and board our ship, knowing that our buses will be there to shuttle us back to the Valley at the end of our week-long cruise. It just doesn’t get any easier! Our experience with Norwegian Cruise Line has always been first class! NCL currently boasts the newest ships in the industry—the youngest fleet among major North American cruise lines. Norwegian offers the freedom and flexibility of Freestyle Dining, which means no fixed dining times or pre-assigned seating. Every ship offers beautifully crafted menus in up to three Main Dining Rooms. Options run from extravagant buffets to a variety of casual cafes and grills, and some grab and go choices. Dress up or down, make it your own experience, on your own schedule! While onboard we’ll enjoy Broadway performances like Legally Blonde and Rock of Ages. We’ll watch with wonder as aerialists spin through the air in Cirque Dreams and have a laugh with the comedic performances of The Second City. Norwegian offers award winning entertainment at sea—making for a relaxing and fun-filled vacation experience. We’ve reserved a block of beautifully appointed cabins, ranging from inside cabins, ocean cabins, and private balconies—offering a cruise experience to fit everyone’s budget. Don’t miss out on this fabulous and affordable cruise along the Mexican Riviera. Call the office for a complete itinerary, and stayed tuned—our NCL representative will be presenting at your monthly meeting soon!
Port of Call
Day One: Los Angeles
Day Two: At Sea
Day Three: Cabo San Lucas
Day Four: Mazatlan
Day Five: Puerto Vallarta
Day Six: At Sea
Day Seven: At Sea
Day Eight: Los Angeles