Upcoming Trips

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.
Meal: (B)
Tour Highlights
•2 Rail Journeys
Conway Scenic Railroad
Mount Washington Cog Railway
•Boston City Tour
•Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market
•North Conway, NH
•Billings Farm & Museum
•Woodstock
•Maple Sugar Farm
•Ben & Jerry’s Factory
•Shelburne Museum
•Cold Hollow Cider Mill
•Portland, Maine
•Casco Bay Cruise
•Lobster Farewell Dinner
•Kancamagus Highway
•Quechee Gorge
•3 - Two Night Stays
Inclusions
•Roundtrip Airfare
•11 Meals: 7-B & 4-D
•Daily Sightseeing
•Admissions per Itinerary
•Deluxe Motorcoach
•Hotel Transfers
•Baggage Handling
•Professional Tour Director
Accommodations
•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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Hawaiian Island Cruise

Hawaiian Island Cruise

March 15th-26th, 2016

From $1049 Inside Cabins thru $1359 for Balconies

Price is Per Person, Double Occupancy and Cruise Only

When an outside group contacted us with an interest in a Hawaiian vacation, we did some research and unearthed this remarkable Hawaiian Island Cruise.  Offered at such an attractive price, and with such remarkable amenities, this is a cruise we had to share with the entire Travel Club!  This is a specially priced repositioning cruise.  Every year, in the spring and in the fall, cruise lines reposition their ships from one destination to another.  Ships in Europe might find their way to the Caribbean and head back to Europe at the end of the season, while ships from the Mexican Riviera might reposition to Alaska.  This fantastic cruise offers us four additional days with more benefits and at a better price than the standard week-long cruise.  Yes we’ll experience additional days at sea—but this is Norwegian Cruise Line—offering plenty of great food, fabulous entertainment and exciting onboard activities.  Repositioning cruises are great for retirees, who find themselves surrounded by fellow passengers who are their own age.  Norwegian Cruise Line’s has earned the much coveted “Best Hawaii Itinerary” award for ten years running.  What could be more exciting than cruising past Kilauea Volcano, the most active volcano in the world!  Enjoy a shore excursion and explore lush rainforests and breathtaking waterfalls!  Journey to the historic city of Kona and discover the Gold Coast, past ancient temples and fields of coffee, macadamia nuts and jaw-dropping coastal scenery.  This is just a taste of what this remarkable cruise has to offer!  We’ll fly from Phoenix to San Francisco, where we’ll board our ship.  At the end of our 11 day cruise we’ll fly home from Honolulu.  

Club members will discover Hawaii with Norwegian on a spectacular new 11 day sailing from San Francisco to honolulu aboard Pride of Akaerica for a once in a lifetime experience.  Before visiting Hawaii's most popular islands - Maui, Hilo. Kona and Kaui, we will have relaxing days at sea.  Club Members can unppack once and enjoy superb dinning, spectacular entertainment and plenty of exciting onboard activities that come with Freestyle Cruiseing.

ITINERARY

We depart from San Francisco onn March 15th, Tuesday at 5:00 pm for our Cruise to the Hawaiian Islands.  We will enjoy relaxing days at sea until Sunday.  Monday morning will find us in Kahului, Maui.  Tuesday mroning will find us in Hil, hawaii.  Wednesday morning we will discover Kona, Hawaii.  the next two days we will enjoy Nawillill, Kauai with an afternoon cruise of the napali Coast, arriving in honolula, Oahu Saturday morning.

We can help you arrange your airfare from Phoenix.  Some of us will fly into San Francisco early to enjoy the area before the cruise and some of us will be staying in Honolulu for a day or so after the cruise.  You decide what you want to do.  If you need our assistance with air, we will be happy to help you.

 

 

United Kingdom by Rail

UK by Rail

August 6 - 15, 2016

Prices Start at $5,249 double occupancy

Includes Tound Trip Airfare

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https://gateway.gocollette.com/link/709401

Countryside of the Emerald Isle

Countryside of the Emerald Isle

A cultural journey through Ireland

Spetember 11 - 21, 2016

Double Occupancy $4249

Includes Roundtrip Airfare from Phoenix

click here for more details

https://gateway.gocollette.com/link/709400

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