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Group Travel Experiences

Ireland 2020 Ireland with Notre Dame vs Navy Football Game - pgs 74-79 2020 Exceptional Ireland - pgs 80-81 The Cliffs of Moher are just one of the many extraordinary features of this beautiful, welcoming island. Join us.

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Legacy Believes in –

Partnership with Local Businesses As a family owned business in its fourth generation, Legacy Travel Group is committed to – whenever possible – supporting local businesses while on tour. We believe our support is important because locally owned businesses provide the foundation for building strong and vibrant communities which in turn enriches the economic vitality of the businesses located there and the lives of the residents who call their community home.

Operating Safely and with Integrity Providing the safest, most responsibly managed and enjoyable travel experience for all who travel with us is a priority of Legacy Travel Group. To do that, our Hawkeye Stages division is committed to offering one of the newest motorcoach fleets in the travel and tour business, maintained in top condition and driven by professional, courteous and safety conscious drivers.

What this means for you is: • Comfort: We intentionally take out some of the factorystandard seating to limit the size of the group – AND – provide you with more leg room. • Relaxation: Each seat has the ability to recline and has individual air vents. • Free Wi-Fi: You can stay connected with loved ones sharing your tour experiences in real time. • Restroom availability: Should you need it; a restroom is available on board.

Environmental Responsibility Legacy Travel Group is committed to sustainable travel initiatives and to preserving our environment for upcoming generations to enjoy. By having one of the newest fleets available in the travel business, our motorcoaches are equipped with efficient and durable technology enhancements working towards minimizing our impact by controlling and reducing emissions. In addition, Legacy Travel Group is currently utilizing three solar power systems, and one geothermal system in our various Iowa offices.

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• No hassle: You can sit back, relax and leave the driving to us.

A Division of Legacy Travel Group


Our Legacy Travel Group Family Legacy Travel Group is committed to putting together a passionate team made up of tour planners whose center of attention is on providing an exceptional tour experience, travel agents focused on assisting our travelers through stellar customer service, motorcoach drivers who are some of the best in the business, tour managers focused on providing unique and memorable travel experiences, and behind-the-scenes individuals that include mechanics, logistics professionals, and support personnel committed to your safety and comfort. Because of the breadth and scope of our business, in combination with our tour partners, Legacy Travel Group is able to leverage our buying power, which delivers engaging and unique experiences for you at a tremendous value.

Tour Manager/Driver Partnership The partnership between Legacy Travel Group Tour Managers and Drivers is truly unique as they are team-mates employed under the Legacy Travel Group umbrella. What this means for you, is an “in sync” team that greatly enhances your tour experience with their complimentary service delivery styles and destination knowledge and experiences. This harmony creates an inclusive tour to delight you while on tour – AND – ensures wonderful memories for you to share with loved ones when you return home.

Professional Affiliations and Association Memberships Commitment to Education

Much of the experience is in the journey itself! The Legacy Travel Group team, working together, has the dedication, experience and know-how to provide an enriching, educational and memorable travel experience whether you are traveling throughout the United States or to destinations around the world.

Legacy Travel Group is a member of key tour industry associations such as the American Bus Association, the National Tour Association, and the American Society of Travel Agents. Each of these organizations sets the highest standards for membership, requiring ethical, financial, and reputational considerations for those travel companies wishing to be associated with them.

Mark Twain stated the following on the importance of travel: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

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In This Catalog Page Legacy Believes 2-3 Ways to Travel with Legacy Activity Levels 2019 Destinations -- LAST CALL

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2020 Travel Destinations Page

Overland Journeys*:

Much of the experience is in the journey itself! New Orleans Pre Mardi Gras Hilton Head Island Charleston & Savannah Washington, DC & Gettysburg New York City Mackinac Island & Bay City Spring Mystery Tour French Canada Black Hills & the Badlands Amish Country & Quilt Week Wine & Dine in Branson Mackinac Island Agawa Canyon & Mackinac Island New England Fall Foliage Autumn in the Finger Lakes Gettysburg, Williamsburg & Washington, DC Branson Holiday Showtime Smoky Mountain Christmas Opryland Hotel Holiday

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* To learn more about our Travel Styles, visit pages 6-7 in this catalog.

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Page Air, Land & Sea Discoveries*: Discover new and exciting destinations within the United States and Canada! Hawaiian Islands Memorial Day Parade in Washington, DC Plymouth Landing 400th Anniv. Colorado Trains Alaska Land & Sea Grand Alaska Alaska - Awesome & Affordable Cape Cod New England & Canada Cruise Fall Mystery Tour National Parks of the Southwest

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Global Explorations*: Immerse yourself in

fascinating cultures around the world! Germany & Prague with Oberammergau Passion Play May 11 Italy with Oberammergau Passion Play July 9 Alpine Adventure Aug. 17 Ireland w/Notre Dame vs Navy Aug. 23 Ireland w/Notre Dame vs Navy Aug. 25 Ireland w/Notre Dame vs Navy Aug. 26 Exceptional Ireland Sept. 27

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S potlight Tours*: Experience world-wide tours hand selected for value, unique experiences and destination expertise! Each of these Preferred Partner tours may have multiple departure dates. Visit the tour page for details. Legacy of the Incas Copper Canyon -- Mexico Yellowstone Experience Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

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Featured Cruises*: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers.

About Featured Cruises Melodies of the Danube April 24 Yukon & Alaska Double Denali July 10 Grapes, Gardens & Galas Sept. 22

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* To learn more about our Travel Styles, visit pages 6-7 in this catalog.

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“Ways to Travel” with Legacy With the Legacy Travel Group, you can choose your style of travel! You may select a tour to immerse yourself and learn everything you can about the places and the people who live there. You may select a tour to simply relax and enjoy time away. You may select a tour for the entertainment it offers. Or you may want a combination of all of the above. Because you may have a preferred way you like to travel, Legacy Travel Group has created a system of arranging our tour offerings to allow you to choose the travel experience that is right for you!

Cornerstone Tours Overland Journeys: Much of the experience is in the journey itself!

Overland Journey tours throughout the United States and Canada are led by Legacy Travel Group tour managers who will take care of all itinerary tour arrangements from tour start to finish. As knowledgeable destination experts, they will also provide guidance on the must-sees and must-dos for your free time explorations. Legacy Travel Group offers regular pick-up and dropoff services and a fleet of comfortable air-conditioned motorcoaches with professional, experienced drivers to allow you to relax and enjoy your tour. Complimentary Wi-Fi aboard the coach permits you to stay in touch with loved ones at home and share your photos and tour exploration tales in real time.

All Overland Journeys Include:

Discover new and exciting destinations within the United States and Canada! Air, Land & Sea Discoveries are led by a Legacy Travel Group tour manager who will take care of all itinerary tour arrangements from start to finish. As they are well-informed in the destinations visited, they will also provide guidance on the must-sees and must-dos for your free time explorations. Group air transportation is available on these tours as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pickup and drop-off services. If this option is taken, choose the departure location near you. Our usual airport for departure and return is Chicago O’Hare, however please feel free to contact one of our Legacy Travel Group consultants for more information.

Global Explorations: Immerse

yourself in fascinating cultures around the world! A Legacy Travel Group host, joined by destination experts upon arrival, will be with you throughout your entire Global Exploration tour. In combination, they will also provide guidance on the must-sees and must-dos for your free time explorations. Group air transportation is available on these tours as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pickup and drop-off services. If this option is taken, choose the departure location near you. Our usual airport for departure and return is Chicago O’Hare, however please feel free to contact one of our Legacy Travel Group consultants for more information.

All Air, Land & Sea Discoveries and Global Explorations Include:

Luxury motorcoach transportation Lodging as listed on itinerary Luggage handling for one (1) suitcase per person, if available Tickets/admissions to listed attractions (Unless listed as “Optional” or “On your own”) Gratuities for local guides Meals as listed on itinerary Guidance of a professional tour manager

Air, Land & Sea Discoveries:

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Lodging and meals as listed on itinerary Luggage handling for one (1) suitcase per person, if available (does not include airline baggage fees) Tickets/admissions to listed attractions (Unless listed as “Optional” or “On your own”) Gratuities for local guides Guidance of a professional tour manager


Preferred Partner Tours Spotlight Tours: Experience worldwide tours hand selected for value, unique experiences and destination expertise!

Upon arrival at the Spotlight Tour destination, you will be greeted by a Preferred Partner tour manager who will be with you throughout your tour. Knowledgeable in the destination visited, they will also provide guidance on the must-sees and must-dos for your free time explorations. On Preferred Partners tours, please note you are responsible for making your own air reservations and airport transfers to fit your preferred location and schedule.

Featured Cruises: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers.

Upon arrival at the pre-cruise hotel, you will be greeted by a Legacy Travel Group team member host who will be with you to assist throughout your cruise. Should you wish not to use the air services provided by the cruise line, you may make your own air reservations and airport transfers to fit your preferred location and schedule. Please be sure you arrive in plenty of time to allow for boarding the ship prior to cruise departure.

2019 Charleston & Savannah, Activity Level 3

Tour Activity Levels Each of our travel experiences has been assigned an activity level to inform travelers how relaxed or challenging it may be. It is important to pay attention to the activity level to ensure the pace not only matches your preference, but also matches your ability to cope with distances walked, stairs, or uneven surfaces.

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1 – Easy Pace: Leisurely pace - minimal physical activity - stepping on and off the motorcoach - walking to and from hotel rooms, restaurants, and attractions - shorter touring days PASSPORT

2 – Moderately Easy Pace: Average physical activity - some stairs and standing short distance (3 – 4 blocks at a time) walking on mostly level grounds

3 – Active Pace: Good mobility needed - stairs and prolonged standing includes walking of longer distances potentially over some uneven landscapes - some shorter days with some longer days

4 – Moderately Challenging Pace: Faster pace - climbing stairs and prolonged standing - potential of energetic activities along with walking measurable distances (up to two miles) over varied landscapes - longer days with possible evening activities

5 – Challenging - Vigorous Pace: Please check the itinerary to make sure this tour is a good fit for you as you will need to be in good physical shape potential of frequent energetic physical activity - potential of extensive walking over varied landscapes - longer touring days with potential of early morning and later evening activities

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2019 Departures -- LAST CALL Overland Journeys*: Much of the experience is in the journey itself!

Autumn in the Finger Lakes 5 Days - Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 2019

See the Lucy Desi Center for Comedy Enjoy a tour of the Corning Museum of Glass Take a guided tour of the Chemung Valley History Museum

Experience a narrated cruise on Seneca Lake Enjoy a winery tour & tasting Stop at the Niagara Adventure Theater Take a cruise on the Maid of the Mist to the base of Horseshoe Falls

Occupancy Price / person Double $1,380.00 Triple $1,300.00 Single $1,630.00

$200 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due August 21, 2019

Smoky Mountain Autumn

7 Days - Oct. 5-11, 2019 See Kentucky’s Bluegrass region Visit the Biltmore Estate near Asheville, NC Explore Great Smoky Mountain National Park Spend two nights in Pigeon Forge, TN Enjoy a Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show Experience the Dollywood Theme Park & Harvest Fest Visit the Titanic Museum Occupancy Price / person Double $1,775.00 Triple $1,645.00 Single $2,220.00

$200 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due August 16, 2019

Gettysburg, Williamsburg & Washington, DC 10 Days - Oct.12-21, 2019 Tour Gettysburg Battlefield Check out the Gettysburg Visitor Center & Cyclorama Drive through Shenandoah National Park Visit Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello See Jamestown Settlement & Explore Colonial Williamsburg Stop by the National Museum of the Marine Corps Spend three nights in Old Town Alexandria Enjoy night and daytime tours of D.C. memorials

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Take a walking tour of the White House neighborhood Tour the U.S. Capitol Attend a performance at Ford’s Theatre Explore the Holocaust Museum & the Smithsonian Museums Visit Arlington National Cemetery Tour Mt. Vernon, the home of George and Martha Washington See the Flight 93 National Memorial Occupancy Price / person Double $2,915.00 Triple $2,600.00 Single $3,995.00

$400 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due September 2, 2019

Mall of America

4 Days - Oct. 22-25, 2019 Enjoy a full day of shopping at the Mall of America Visit Foci Minnesota Center for Glass Arts for a glass blowing demo

Tour Skyrock Farm and enjoy a lunch prepared from locally grown ingredients Occupancy Price / person Double $895.00 Triple $850.00 Single $1,095.00

$100 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due September 7, 2019

Opryland Hotel Holiday

L Av imi ail te d Enjoy the famous Derby Dinner Playhouse abi l ity Christmas Show

4 Days - Dec. 1-4, 2019

Take a guided tour of Nashville Spend two nights at the Opryland Hotel See the Opryland Hotel Holiday Dinner Show Enjoy a luncheon cruise on the General Jackson Showboat Visit Opryland’s “ICE” display Attend a Christmas Broadway production Occupancy Price / person Double $1,339.00 Triple $1,274.00 Single $1,569.00

$200 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due August 23, 2019


Air, Land & Sea Discoveries*:

Discover new and exciting destinations within the United States and Canada!

Global Explorations*: Immerse yourself in fascinating cultures around the world!

Airfare and airport transfer accommodations are included.

Alaska - Awesome & Affordable

Exceptional Ireland

Oceanview Cabin - Double $550.00 Balcony (Fore/AFort) - Double $1,200.00 Balcony (Midship) - Double $1,400.00 Oceanview Cabin - Single $1,030.00 Balcony (Fore/AFort) - Single $2,200.00 Balcony (Midship) - Single $2,540.00

Occupancy Price / person Double $4,695.00 Single $5,635.00

For each of the tours listed here, travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage

10 Days - Nov. 30-Dec. 9, 2019 Take a walking tour of Nuremberg, a city famous for its

11 Days - Sept. 29-Oct. 9, 2019 13 Days - Aug. 29-Sept. 10, 2019 Call Wa fo Two nights in Dublin with tour of the Guinness Cruise on the Riverboat “Discovery” sternwheeler itl r ist Storehouse Enjoy a train ride to Denali National Park See St Patrick’s Cathedral and the Book of Kells Experience the Tundra Wilderness Tour in Denali Enjoy a traditional evening at Nancy Hands Pub National Park Visit Glendalough, and its 6th century monastic site See the Hubbard, Juneau and Sawyer Glaciers Explore the Waterford Medieval Museum Visit Skagway, the “Gateway to the Klondike” Tour and enjoy a tasting at Old Midleton Distillery Experience Tlingit Indian culture in Ketchikan See Blarney Castle and spend three nights in Killarney Cruise through the scenic Inside Passage Travel the Ring of Kerry and a visit Kissane Sheep Farm Occupancy Price / person $650 per person Enjoy a tour of Dingle Peninsula Inside Cabin - Double $4,830.00 deposit due at See the Cliffs of Moher Inside Cabin - Single $6,440.00 booking. Final Take a tour of Galway City payment due Optional Upgrades Add Price/person Visit King John’s Castle in Limerick June 14, 2019

Refer to separate document for a full list of policies

* To learn more about our Travel Styles, visit pages 6-7 in this catalog.

For more information or to make a reservation, please visit our website www.edgertonstravel.com or call 800-873-3437 Fort Wayne 800-634-3437 LaPorte 800-643-4604 Mishawaka/South Bend

$700 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due July31, 2019

Christmas Markets of Germany & Austria gingerbread, sausages, castle and artist Albrecht Dürer Explore the Christmas Markets of Nuremberg, Rothenburg, Munich, Innsbruck and Salzburg Tour the medieval town of Rothenburg Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Munich, the capital of Bavaria See King Ludwig’s Castle Neuschwanstein, the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Cinderella Castle Visit the Hallein salt mine which has been worked for over 7,000 years Stop at the Gruber Museum Enjoy a walking tour of Salzburg, the city of Mozart Visit Oberndorf, the village where “Silent Night - Holy Night” was first performed on Christmas Eve in 1818

Occupancy Price / person Double $3,385.00 Single $3,905.00

$500 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due September 30, 2019

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NEW for 2020

New Orleans Pre-Mardi Gras 11 Days - February 9-19, 2020

Steve, our driver, was excellent. He was kind, thoughtful, helpful and friendly. He learned our names and used them. There were no sudden stops or racing. Excellent driver!

French Quarter, New Orleans

Highlights

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Visiting Anheuser Busch Museum Taking a Memphis city tour Exploring Graceland, one-time home of

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Traveler 2019 Gulf Coast Tour

Double $3,295.00

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Overland Journeys: Much of the experience is in the journey itself! See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles.

Itinerary

Monday, February 10 (B,D)

Sunday, February 9 n Your adventure begins! n Our first stop is St. Louis, MO, and the Anheuser Busch Clydesdale Stables, Brew House, Old School House, and Beer Museum. n The rest of the day is yours to enjoy! n Overnight in St. Louis.

Graceland

n Travel to Memphis, TN, and take a guided tour. n Enjoy a mouth-watering dinner at King’s Palace Café, featuring New Orleans-style dishes plus blues and jazz performances. n Overnight in Memphis, TN, for the next two (2) nights.

Tuesday, February 11 (B) n Start your day at Graceland, one-time home of Elvis Presley. n Enjoy lunch on your own. n Tour Sun Studio and listen to recorded session outtakes. n Free time is yours to explore and enjoy dinner at your leisure.

Wednesday, February 12 (B,D) n Bonjour (Good day)! Welcome to New Orleans where we will be staying three (3) nights. n Embrace the joys of New Orleans with a guided city tour. n Visit the New Orleans School of Cooking. Create and enjoy a delicious dinner with a skilled Louisiana chef!

Thursday, February 13 (B,L)

New Orleans School of Cooking

n Let the good times roll as you stroll along Jackson Square and visit St. Louis Cathedral. n Welcome aboard the Steamboat Natchez for a lunch cruise with jazz entertainment. n Visit the National World War II Museum. n Enjoy a free night in the “Big Easy” overflowing with food, culture and music options!

Friday, February 14 (B)

Mardi Gras Float

n Native Cajun Captains will accompany you on your Cajun Pride Swamp Tour. n Enjoy time on your own exploring and eating lunch at the Historic French Market area. n Take a behind the scenes look at Mardi Gras World where colorful Mardi Gras floats are created. n Enjoy dinner on your own before the Pre-Mardi Gras Parades.

n We have grandstand seating for viewing of two (2) parades: Krewe of Oshun and Krewe of Cleopatra.

Saturday, February 15 (B,D) n Continue on to Birmingham, AL with a stop at Vulcan Park & Museum. n Tonight we’ll enjoy dinner at a local restaurant. n Overnight in Birmingham.

Sunday, February 16 (B,D) n Welcome to Nashville – “Music City, USA”! n Take a guided behind the scenes tour of the one-time home of the Grand Ole Opry - Ryman Auditorium. n Named from Blake Shelton’s breakout hit “Ol’ Red,” Old Red Diner invites you to enjoy southern cooking in a laid-back atmosphere.

Monday, February 17 (B,L) n Discover how “Nashville Sound” came to be at the Historic RCA Studio B tour – a country music landmark. n Let’s do lunch! The Wild Horse Saloon offers southern dishes made with a local flair. n The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is a county music lover’s must-see! n Enjoy a free night to explore and dine in “Music City USA.”

Tuesday, February 18 (B,D) n Welcome to Louisville, Kentucky. n Visit the Louisville Slugger Museum & Bat Factory. n Located on “Whiskey Row”, the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience highlights tour includes educational tastings and more! n Tonight, we enjoy dinner at the Bristol Bar & Grill.

Wednesday, February 19 (B) n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories to share with family and friends!

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Hilton Head 8 Days - March 15-22, 2020

Diana, tour manager, was very organized. She gave us maps of the area and information on the states we went through. Hilton Head Island is so beautiful wanted to stay longer. Theresa L., 2019 Hilton Head Tour

Harbor, Hilton Head Island

Pricing Occupancy

$300 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due January 30, 2020.

Price / person

Double $2,225.00

Highlights Exploring the 255-room Biltmore Estate

Single

Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage.

$2,800.00

Triple $2,045.00 with its beautiful gardens and mountain Quad $1,945.00 views Spending three nights at the Omni Refer to separate document for a full list Resort on Hilton Head Island just steps TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL of policies. away from white sand beaches Cruising blue waters while on the ILLINOIS 1 2 3 4 5 lookout for dolphins EASY • 1 • • CHALLENGING Taking a guided tour of the Island Lexington Exploring the Jimmy Carter Presidential KENTUCKY Library and Museum TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL N. CAROLINA Nashville 1 Foot-stompin’, hand clappin’ and singing 1 Asheville TENNESSEE 1 Ole’2Opry 3 4 5 along at the Grand

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For more information or to make a reservation, please visit our website www.fancyfreeholidays.com or call 800-421-3330

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Overland Journeys: Much of the experience is in the journey itself! See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles. Biltmore Estate

By the Way... Nestled in the mountains of Asheville, NC, the Biltmore is the largest privately-owned home in the U.S. Built in 1889, this palatial home has 250 rooms, including a library with 10,000 volumes, a banquet hall with a 70-foot ceiling, 64 fireplaces, an indoor pool, and a bowling alley. It was built as a retreat reminiscent of the castles of France and Britain.

Spirit of Harbour Town Dolphin Cruise

Itinerary Sunday, March 15 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Sit back and enjoy rolling farmlands as we travel through Indiana on our way to Kentucky. n Tonight, our overnight stay is in Lexington, the heart of Kentucky’s “Bluegrass” region. n Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.

Monday, March 16 (B,D)

Beach-front Omni Hotel and Resort

Grand Ole Opry

n Begin the day with a journey through the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains. n This afternoon, we will explore George Vanderbilt’s one-time home, the historic Biltmore Estate, a 255-room mansion and its surrounding gardens with mountain views. n Enjoy a brewery tour. n Dinner is at the Stone Ridge Tavern. n Our overnight tonight is in the historic community of Ashville, NC.

Tuesday, March 17 (B,D) n Today, we make our way to Hilton Head Island, to the Omni Resort, our home-away-from-home for the next three nights. n Dinner this evening is at the Old Oyster Factory.

n This afternoon and evening are yours. Spend time on the beach or explore all that this beautiful area has to offer.

Thursday, March 19 (B,D) n Enjoy a relaxing morning. n This afternoon we’ll board the Spirit of Harbour Town for a dolphin-watching cruise. While on the lookout for dolphins, you’ll also enjoy the beautiful scenery, iconic lighthouses, and may even catch of glimpse of a wildlife consisting of egrets, herons, and pelicans. n Dinner this evening is at the Crazy Crab.

Friday, March 20 (B,D) n Today, we travel to Atlanta, GA. The capital of the “Peachtree State”, Atlanta is rich in history spanning from the Civil War to the 1960 Civil Rights Movement. n With our visit to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, you’ll be invited to view President Carter’s collected documents, photographs, videos, and beautiful gifts from world leaders. n Tonight, we enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.

Saturday, March 21 (B,D) n Today we head to “Music City U.S.A.“ – Nashville, TN. n Enjoy free time to explore the sights and sounds of this legendary country music city. n Tonight, we enjoy dinner at a local restaurant. n After dinner, we enjoy foot-stompin’, hand clappin’ and singing along at the Grand Ole’ Opry.

Sunday, March 22 (B) n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

Wednesday, March 18 (B) n We start our day with a guided tour exploring Hilton Head Island – one of America’s favorite islands.

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Charleston & Savannah 9 Days - March 21-29, 2020

The tour of Keeneland Race Track was a great surprise - a favorite, especially Old Friends Farm. Stone Ridge Tavern, Asheville the best!

Traveler 2019 Charleston & Savannah Tour

Highlights

Garden Fountain, Savannah

Pricing Occupancy

$350 per person deposit due at booking Final payment due February 5, 2020.

Price / person

Double $2,485.00

Exploring Keeneland Racecourse Gazing at the beauty on display at

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$3,150.00

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$2,260.00

Magnolia Plantation & Gardens Enjoying the Southern Charm of Charleston, Savannah & Macon Riding in a horse-drawn carriage in Beaufort Discovering the history of the iconic soft drink - Coca Cola Savoring tasty meals in unique settings

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For more information or to make a reservation, please visit our website www.fancyfreeholidays.com or call 800-421-3330

Refer to separate document for a full list of policies.

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Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage.

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Overland Journeys: Much of the experience is in the journey itself! See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles.

Itinerary

Magnolia Plantation Fort Sumter

n The rest of the day is yours to explore and dine on your own. Check out the unique Saturday, March 21 (D) restaurants and shops of City Market n Your adventure begins! or see Rainbow Row with its colorful n Travel to Lexington, KY with a stop Georgian row houses. along the way at MCL Café for lunch on your own. Wednesday, March 25 (B,D) n Dinner tonight will be enjoyed at a n Take a guided Beaufort Carriage Tour local restaurant. and learn about the rich history of this n Our overnight is in Lexington, KY. charming city. n Enjoy free time to explore Beaufort and lunch on your own. n Tonight, we dine at the Pirates House. n Enjoy your first of two nights at the Courtyard by Marriott in Savannah, GA. Fort Sumter was built after the War of Thursday, March 26 (B) 1812 as one of a series of forts situated n Tour Savannah and see its cobblestone to protect the southern coast of the streets, manicured gardens, and oak trees United States. An island fortification adorned with Spanish Moss. located on Charleston harbor, it is n Enjoy a free afternoon and evening to most famous for being the site of the explore this beautiful antebellum city also first shots of the Civil War. known as the “Hostess City of the South”.

By the Way...

Friday, March 27 (B,L) Carriage Tour

n Enjoy lunch at Carrabba’s in Macon, GA. n Explore the beautiful and historic Hay n Visit Keeneland Racecourse, a globally House, declared a National Historic celebrated racecourse, and the Landmark in 1974, also known as the thoroughbred industry’s foremost “Palace of the South”. auction house. n Our overnight tonight is in Atlanta, GA. n Dinner tonight is at Stone Ridge Tavern. n The rest of the day is yours to relax, n Our overnight is in Asheville, NC. explore and enjoy!

Sunday, March 22 (B,D)

Monday, March 23 (B,D)

n Visit Magnolia Plantation & Gardens, one of the oldest gardens in the United States. n Enjoy our first of two nights at the Holiday Inn Charleston Historic Downtown in Charleston, SC.

Tuesday, March 24 (B) n Take a guided tour of Charleston’s French Quarter and Battery districts. n View Fort Sumter, where Confederate Forces fired the first shots of the Civil War.

Saturday, March 28 (B,D) n Discover the history of Coca Cola with a visit to the Coca Cola Museum. n Dinner tonight is at Party Fowl. n Enjoy time in Nashville, TN prior to turning in for the evening.

Sunday, March 29 (B) n Sit back and enjoy the ride as we start our journey home. n Welcome Home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Washington, DC & Gettysburg 7 Days - April 15-21, 2020

I loved being able to see so much of our history and being reminded of the sacrifices of so many that lived before us so that we have the freedoms we have. I had never been to any of the places on this tour and it was great seeing it all! Jackie D., 2018 Washington, DC Tour

Jefferson Memorial

Pricing

Highlights Touring Gettysburg National Military Park and seeing the massive Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama Taking a nighttime walking tour of Washington, DC Visiting Arlington National Cemetery Stepping back in time with a stop at Mount Vernon Enjoying a theatrical production at historic Ford’s Theatre Visiting the White House neighborhood Touring the United States Capitol Seeing the Flight 93 National Memorial

Occupancy

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Double $1,999.00 Single

$2,479.00

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$1,859.00

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Itinerary Wednesday, April 15 n Your adventure begins! n Travel to Mishawaka, IN for an overnight.

n Head to Mount Vernon, the plantation and home of George and Martha Washington. n Enjoy a theatrical production at historic Ford’s Theatre.

Sunday, April 19 (B) n Our day time walking tour of Washington n Head east to Gettysburg, PA. DC memorials provides another n Enjoy dinner at Farnsworth House, opportunity for you to get an up-close established circa 1810, honoring view of some of our nation’s most notable Brigadier General Elon John landmarks. Farnsworth, who led an ill-fated charge n The rest of the day is free for you to after the failure of Pickett’s charge. explore the Holocaust Museum and the n Tonight, our overnight stay is in the Smithsonian Museums on your own. historic community of Gettysburg, PA. n Enjoy dinner on your own prior to turning Friday, April 17 (B) in for the night. n See the Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama, Monday, April 20 (B) a massive oil-on-canvas painting n View the iconic “White House” on our depicting the final Confederate assault walking tour of the neighborhood. on July 3, 1863 - touted as the turning n On our guided tour at the United States point of the Civil War. Capitol, you’ll have the opportunity to n Tour Gettysburg National Military Park explore the symbol of the American with a National Park Service guide. people and our government. n Enjoy exploring and lunching on your n Today, we start our journey toward home. own in Gettysburg. n Visit the Flight 93 National Memorial n After lunch, we continue our journey honoring the brave passengers and crew east to Washington DC. aboard Flight 93 who prevented the n After checking in to our hotel, enjoy attack on the U.S. Capitol on September dinner on your own. 11, 2001. n A walking tour of the Washington DC n Tonight, our overnight stay is in the memorials at night provides you a view community of Somerset, PA. of our country’s iconic landmarks. Tuesday, April 21 (B) n Overnight at the Hilton Garden Inn Falls Church for the next three nights. n Return to your departure city. n Welcome home! You take with you Saturday, April 18 (B,D) wonderful memories, unique personal n Visit Arlington National Cemetery photos and tales of your adventure to for an opportunity to honor and pay share with family and friends! tribute to our country’s fallen service men and women.

Thursday, April 16 (D)

Gettysburg

Mount Vernon US Marine Memorial

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New York City 8 Days - May 2-9, 2020

We have always wanted to go to New York City. We felt this was the best way to go the first time. Dave & Mary T., 2019 New York City

Highlights

Pricing

Enjoying a four-night stay in Times Square

Occupancy

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Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage.

with lots of time for you to explore Double $2,919.00 Taking a guided city tour of the “City That Single $3,659.00 Never Sleeps” Experiencing the energy that is Broadway Triple $2,699.00 with two Broadway performances Refer to separate Quad $2,569.00 Immersing yourself in immigrant history with document for a full visits to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island $400 per person deposit due list of policies. Taking time to reflect at the 911 Memorial at booking. Final payment due TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL NEW YORK and Museum March 19, 2020. Exploring with a walking tour the iconic 1 2 3 4 5 sights of St. Paul’s Church and Grand Lewisburg EASY • • • CHALLENGING 1 1 Danville South Bend Central Terminal 1 PENNSYLVANIA Strolling through Central Park ILLINOIS OHIO Ascending to the Top of the Rock for ACTIVITY LEVEL TOUR INDIANA spectacular city views Lights! Camera! Action! Touring1 2 3 4 5 NBC Studios EASY • • • CHALLENGING PASSPORT

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Times Square

Saturday, May 2 n Your adventure begins today! n Tonight, we enjoy an overnight in South Bend, IN.

Sunday, May 3 (D)

Rockefeller Center & Top of the Rock

n As we wind through the scenic farmlands of Ohio and over Mount Nittany in Pennsylvania, this is a perfect time to get to know your fellow travel-mates. n Enjoy dinner at the rustic Pine Barn Inn, Dansville, PA. n Complete the day with a relaxing overnight in Lewisburg, PA

Monday, May 4 (B) n Welcome to the “Big Apple”...with a four-night stay near Times Square! n IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: While in New Your City, we may take multiple subway rides and not all subway stations are handicapped accessible. n Arrive at Grand Central Terminal, a famous NYC historical landmark, and a hub for dining and shopping. Enjoy lunch on your own. n Start spreading the news! Our guided tour of the “Big Apple” will point out some of NYC’s most iconic locations. n Enjoy a walking tour and free exploration time in Times Square – sometimes referred to as “The Crossroads of the World”.

St. Paul’s Church

Tuesday, May 5 (B,D) n Board a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, and become immersed in immigrant history. n Explore Wall Street, Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Church, Fireman’s Memorial Wall and Fire Station (and more!) on a walking tour. n Spend time reflecting upon September 11, 2001 with your visit to the 911 Memorial and Museum.

n Experience a subway ride to the Brooklyn Bridge that connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. You may wish to take a stroll across the bridge spanning the East River. n Delight in a waist expanding dinner in Little Italy.

Wednesday, May 6 (B,L) n Spend some free time strolling through Central Park. You’ll enjoy the lush greenery and colorful flowers. n See a Broadway matinee - TBA. n Ascending to the Top of the Rock observation deck offers a spectacular 360-degree view of all of Manhattan. n Enjoy a free evening to explore the many sites, sounds, and dining options in the “City That Never Sleeps.”

Thursday, May 7 (B) n For early risers, the Today Show! n Lights! Camera! Action! NBC Studio tour! n In the heart of NYC, every year, more than five million people of different nationalities and faiths enter St. Patrick’s Cathedral and more than one million prayer candles are lit. n Enjoy a free afternoon … consider having a more in-depth exploration of some of the sites seen on our NYC guided tour. n See an evening Broadway show - TBA.

Friday, May 8 (B,D) n This is your last chance to take-in Times Square or shop 5th Avenue! n As we start our return journey home to your chosen tour departure city, sit back, relax and enjoy the passing views. n Overnight location TBA.

Saturday, May 9 (B) n Welcome Home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

Wall Street

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Mackinac Island & Bay City 4 Days - June 1-4, 2020

I liked not having to drive there and plan the sights to see - I was happily surprised about visiting the Alden B. Dow home and studio - a bright light!

The Nearly 5-Mile Long Mackinac Island Bridge

JoAnn S., 2018 Mackinac Island & Bay City Tour

Highlights

Pricing

Exploring Bay City on a guided tour Visiting the Alden B. Dow Home and Studio Delighting in a two-night stay on Mackinac Island Experiencing a Mackinac Island tour by horse-drawn carriage Feasting on the Grand Hotel buffet lunch

Occupancy

Price / person

Double $1,129.00 Single

$1,369.00

Triple

$1,089.00

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Alden B. Dow House & Studio Main Street Mackinac Island

Horse-drawn Carriage Tour

Alden B. Dow, the son of Dow Chemical Company’s founder Herbert Dow, designed and built his studio and residence between 1934 and 1941, incorporating his interest in geometry and nature. It was one of 13 unit block homes he constructed in the 1930s, a design he patented in 1937.

Itinerary Monday, June 1 (D)

n Delight in a two-night stay at the Lake View Hotel on Mackinac Island where you may consider pulling up a rocking chair on their front porch to enjoy the view and people watch. n To cap off our day, we’ll enjoy a relaxing dinner at our hotel.

Wednesday, June 3 (CB, L) n A perfect way to get to know Mackinac Island – the clip-clopping of horse hooves as Island history comes alive on your guide-narrated carriage ride. n An event in itself is the Grand Hotel buffet lunch which features “garden-fresh salads, savory cheeses, slow-roasted meats, seafood and a wide selection of fruits and fresh-baked desserts made daily.” n Enjoy free time to explore at your leisure the simple pleasures the Island holds for you.

n Your adventure begins! n Sit back and enjoy scenic landscapes as we travel through Michigan to Bay City – a relaxed and welcoming waterfront town. n Upon arrival, we’ll enjoy a guided tour Thursday, June 4 (B) of Bay City, located near the base of n Ahoy! Enjoy the views as we navigate the Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron. back to the mainland aboard a Shepler’s n Prior to turning in for the evening at Ferry where you will be welcomed by your the Doubletree Hotel, we’ll enjoy a Hawkeye Stages motorcoach. dinner in a private dining room at n Sit back for a comfortable ride while you our hotel. reminisce and share experiences with Tuesday, June 2 (B, D) fellow travelers on your Mackinac Island n Chosen as a National Historic visit. Landmark in 1989, the Alden B. Dow n Welcome Home! You bring home with Home & Studio is unique to its creator wonderful memories, unique personal and has been noted as an “oasis of photos and tales of your adventure to architecture and inspiration.” share with family and friends! n Welcome aboard the Shepler’s Ferry – our transportation across the Straights of Mackinac to Mackinac Island, known as the “Bermuda of the North”.

Fudge!

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Spring Mystery Tour 6 Days - June 2-7, 2020

Steven always helped getting off the coach. Tony was excellent and couldn’t have asked for more. They make a great team.

Magical Mysterious Travel

Traveler 2019 Spring Mystery Tour

Pricing Occupancy Price / person Double $1,713.00 Single $2,073.00

Highlights Exploring new places near and far. Visiting interesting locations. Delighting in new experiences and maybe some shopping?

Discovering new “favorite things.” Feasting on delightful new tastes, and maybe some familiar ones.

Triple

$1,613.00

$300 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due April 21, 2020.

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Overland Journeys: Much of the experience is in the journey itself! See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles. As you barrel along...

Itinerary? It’s Spring again and time to explore Here are the clues you’ve been waiting for We travel to learn about a wooded lot We have all learned to hit a certain spot n

You’ll discover a sweet spot,

The sound and the smell -- nothing can compare Hats, History and Action will make you stare Bees, Butterflies and Rings galore Royalty, grain, barrels and more n Marquees are everywhere as we start our day Getting an old favorite lunch as we play Expect a sweet treat as we make our way Learning and cooking will grace our stay n

Pull some strings,

Grand Ladies and pigskins from the past Days and nights are going fast On to being mesmerized by the sound Of our youth to the present with love all around

And have a gas!!

n These places are new and so much to see The history is great and is the place to be So come along and join the fun Travel to new places under the sun

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French Canada 8 Days - July 19-26, 2020

Ian, the guide in Ottawa, was superb. I thought all the meals were very good. All the hotels were nice, were clean & workers were polite and helpful. Bev C., 2018 French Canada Tour

Highlights

Pricing

Lunching at the top of CN Tower Experiencing the Lost Ship’s Gananoque Boat Cruise Taking a guided tour of Montreal, including St. Joseph Oratory and Mount Royal Visiting Notre Dame Basilica Taking a guided tour of Ottawa, Canada’s capital city, to include Parliament Hill, Prime Minister’s House and Embassy Road Cruising the Rideau Canal Viewing the Hoselton Sculptures Exploring the Gerald R. Ford Presidential TOURMuseum ACTIVITY LEVEL Strolling through Frederik Meijer 2 3Park 4 5 1& Sculpture Gardens EASY • • • CHALLENGING

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Ottawa’s Rideau Canal and Parliament Hill

Occupancy

$400 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due June 4, 2020.

Price / person

Double $2,960.00 Single

$3,560.00

Triple

$2,890.00

Quad

$2,830.00

Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage.

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Itinerary Sunday, July 19 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Sit back and enjoy scenic landscapes as we travel to London, Ontario, Canada - just north of Lake Erie and the U.S. border. n After our full day of travel, we will enjoy dinner and a relaxing evening at the Lamplighter Inn, London, ON.

1,000 Island Cruise

St. Joseph’s Oratory

Monday, July 20 (B,L,D) n “Bonjour!” (Good day). As we travel to Toronto for lunch at the CN Tower’s top floor revolving 360 restaurant, enjoy the Canadian landscape. n We continue on to our overnight stay, in Gananoque, located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and is famous for being the “Gateway to the 1000 Islands”. n We will enjoy dinner at the Maple Leaf Restaurant before enjoying a restful evening at the Holiday Inn Express, Gananoque, ON.

Tuesday, July 21 (B,D) n Embarking on the Lost Ships of the 1,000 Island Cruise, historical events and stories of lost treasures hidden under water for centuries will come to life. n Our tour continues through the Quebec Province to Montreal, named after the triple-peaked hill at its heart, Mount Royal, and famous for hosting the 1976 Summer Olympics and home of Cirque du Soleil. n Prior to turning in, we’ll enjoy dinner at the Vieux Port Steakhouse.

Wednesday, July 22 (B) n Through a guided Montreal city tour, you’ll view the old French District, St. Joseph’s Oratory and the Mount Royal Viewpoint, as well as visit the famous

Notre Dame Basilica. n Enjoy a free afternoon and evening to explore Montreal’s numerous museums, galleries and great restaurants.

Thursday, July 23 (B,D) n Take in the scenic views as we travel to Ottawa, Canada’s capital city. n On our guided city tour, you’ll view Parliament Hill, the Prime Minister’s house, Embassy Row and MORE! n After checking in to our hotel for the evening, Lord Elgin Hotel, Ottawa, ON, we’ll make our way to dinner at the Fish Market Restaurant. n An evening cruise along the famous Rideau Canal is yours to enjoy.

Friday, July 24 (B, D) n Discover the unique history of Hoselton Sculptures through a self-guided tour. n Cambridge, formed in 1973 by the Province of Ontario, will be our last overnight stop in Canada. Here we’ll enjoy dinner at the Cambridge Hotel prior to turning in for the night.

Saturday, July 25 (B,D) n We say “Au revoir” (Goodbye) to Canada as we cross the border into the U. S. n Relax and enjoy the scenery as we make our way to Grand Rapids, MI and a visit to the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum. n Prior to turning in for the evening at the Drury Inn, Grand Rapids, MI we will enjoy dinner at Noto’s Italian Restaurant.

Sunday, July 26 (B) n Before leaving Grand Rapids, we will explore the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park – a beautiful blending of nature and sculpture. n Welcome Home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

Frederik Meijer Gardens

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Black Hills & the Badlands 7 Days - August 16-22, 2020

“I liked seeing the Corn Palace, Badlands, Wall Drug, Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Rapid City, Deadwood, Custer State Park - the whole trip - and changes in the last 20 years.” Bernice, 2018 Black Hills & Badlands

Badlands National Park

Pricing

Highlights Enjoying ‘tasty treats’ at the SPAM Museum Exploring the Mitchell Corn Palace Visiting one of nature’s dramatic wonders -

Occupancy

Price / person

Double $2,165.00

$300 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due June 25, 2020.

Single $2,600.00 Badlands National Park Free water anyone? Wall Drug Triple $2,040.00 Viewing Tatanka: Story of the Bison Travel protection is optional, but Learning about the Crazy Horse Memorial highly recommended and should be Discovering the stories behind purchased at the time theTOUR initial tour ACTIVITY LEVEL Mount Rushmore National Memorial deposit is made. Your local MINNESOTA Enjoying Custer State Park Jeep Ride & Dinner 2 1 3 4 5 agent can help you Exploring the iconic town of Deadwood secure coverage. EASY • • •DAKOTA CHALLENGING SOUTH Discovering excavations at the Hot Springs Rochester Deadwood 2 1 1 Mammoth Site Refer to separate Oacoma Visiting Chimney Rock National Site document for a full TOUR Historic ACTIVITY LEVEL IOWA NEBRASKA 1 Paying tribute to the American pioneer spirit at list of policies. Des Moines 1 2 3 4 5 Ogallala The Archway Monument 1

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Itinerary Sunday, August 16 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Travel to Rochester, MN for an overnight.

Monday, August 17 (B,D)

Tatanka: Spirit of the Bison

n Our first stop is the SPAM Museum where we have an inclusive experience just for our group. Learn all there is to know about Spam while enjoying tasty ‘SPAM’ treats! n We continue on with a stop at the one and only Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD, decorated each year with two-to-three thousand bushels of corn, grain and grasses. n Our overnight tonight is at the Arrowwood Resort in Oacoma, SD where we’ll enjoy dinner at the resort prior to calling it a night.

Tuesday, August 18 (B) Mt. Rushmore

Bison Herd

n We continue heading west and enjoy one of nature’s true wonders, Badlands National Park, once described as “Hell, with the fires burned out”. Keep your camera at the ready for some awe-inspiring sights. n We make a stop for “free ice water” and lunch on your own at the famous Wall Drug. n We then make our way to the Tatanka: Story of the Bison, a fitting tribute to the North American Bison and Lakota traditions. n The rest of the afternoon and evening are free for you to explore downtown Deadwood which is within walking distance from our hotel. n We’ll enjoy the first of our two-night stay in Deadwood at the Hampton Inn & Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort – Deadwood, SD.

Wednesday, August 19 (B,D) n This morning a local guide joins us as we visit the Crazy Horse Memorial and take a bus ride to the base of the mountain for a beautiful perspective. n We continue on to view the Mount Rushmore National Memorial and enjoy lunch on your own here. n This afternoon we experience an exhilarating jeep ride through Custer State Park in search of the buffalo herds. n Our dinner this evening is at the Custer State Game Lodge, built in 1920 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Thursday, August 20 (B,D) n We head south today as we make our way to the Hot Springs Mammoth Site for a guided tour at an actual prehistoric fossil excavation site with hands-on exhibits. n We continue into Nebraska and stop at Chimney Rock National Historic Site, an important landmark and stop along the Oregon Trail during the mid-19th century. n We’ll enjoy dinner at a local restaurant prior to turning in for the night at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Ogallala, NE.

Friday, August 21 (B,L) n We make our way to The Archway Monument, a tribute to the American spirit of adventure where brave 19th century pioneers settled this wild land. n Enjoy an included farewell lunch at The Archway Monument. n We continue east this afternoon as we make our way to Des Moines, for a relaxing overnight stop.

Saturday, August 22 (B) n Welcome Home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Amish Country & QuiltWeek 5 Days - August 18-22 2020

Motorcoach was wonderful, ample leg room, deluxe seats. You will be my first choice for coach travel.

Traveler 2018 Northwoods Adventure

Quilts on Display at AQS QuiltWeek Event

Highlights

Pricing

Overnighting at the Essenhaus Inn & Conference Center Enjoying an Amish family style dinner and theatre

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Double $1,365.00 performance Single $1,620.00 Taking a guided tour to four area quilt shops Visiting a one-of-a-kind quilt-shaped giant garden Triple $1,160.00 Enjoying lunch at an Amish family home, followed Quad $1,105.00 by a quilting bee $150 per person deposit due at booking Experiencing the All-Star Review at QuiltWeek Final payment due July 3, 2020. Attending American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Strolling through Fredrick Meijer Sculpture Garden Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and Offering one final shopping opportunity – 1 2 3 should 4 be 5 purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is The Quilter’s Trunk made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage. EASY • • • CHALLENGING

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Itinerary Tuesday, August 18 (D) n Your quilting adventure begins! n Depart from the location nearest you: Cedar Rapids, Decorah, Des Moines, IOWA Fort Dodge, Newton or Waterloo. n After checking in to the Essenhaus Inn & Conference Center, you can choose to relax or do some shopping in the many gift shops available to you. n Dinner tonight is family style followed by a theatre performance at the Heritage Hall.

Quilt Garden

Fabric Shopping

Wednesday, August 19 (B, L) n Greet our step-on guide as we visit four area quilt fabric shops to collect Cinnamon Roll Squares (4 different half yards of quality quilting fabric – 2 yards total) wrapped in cinnamon roll recipes. Finishing kits will be available to purchase to complete your unique quilt. n Take in the view of a one-of-a-kind quilt shaped garden composed of over 3,000 annual flowers. n Enjoy lunch at an Amish home to be followed by an Amish quilting bee. n Relax and enjoy the mid-western countryside as we travel to Grand Rapids, MI for our two-night stay at the Drury Inn.

By the Way...

Frederik Meijer Sculpture Garden

One of the top 30 must-see museums on the planet, the 125-acre Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is a re-creation of a 1930s family farm. Time will be allowed for lunch at Taste of the Gardens Café, where they use vegetables harvested from the farm in their menu.

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n Enjoy a quick dinner on your own at the Drury Inn Kickback or at a nearby restaurant prior to leaving for the All-Star Review at American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek event - a premier venue for quilters of all ages. Enjoy watching and learning from the several instructorsas they demonstrate various techniques and patterns.

Thursday, August 20 (B, D) n The American Quilter’s Society QuiltWeek at the DeVos Place Convention Center offers displays of 500 to 700 quilts AND numerous workshop opportunities. n Tonight, we’ll enjoy dining at Noto’s Old World Restaurant featuring Italian family recipes.

Friday, August 21 (B) n Prior to leaving Grand Rapids, we’ll stop at the Fredrick Meijer Sculpture Garden – a blending of botanical gardens and an outdoor sculpture park. n We continue our journey home with one last stop sure to delight – The Quilter’s Trunk for some last minute shopping. n Spend a relaxing night in the Chicagoland area.

Saturday, August 22 (B) n Welcome Home! You bring with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Wine & Dine in Branson 4 Days - September 8-11, 2020

CJ Newsome’s Classic Country & Comedy

Dutton Family Show

Doug Gabriel

#1 Hits of the 60s & 50sToo

Itinerary Tuesday, September 8 (D) n Your Wine & Dine Branson Adventure begins! n Lunch will be on your own at the Maverick Steakhouse, Litchfield, IL. n Continuing on, we will stop for a break at the St. James Winery, St. James Missouri. n We’ll enjoy dinner together at Big Whiskey’s Restaurant & Bar before checking in to the Grand Plaza Hotel.

Wednesday, September 9 (B, D)

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Enjoying One-Hotel Stay –

Occupancy Price / person Three (3) nights at the Grand Double $1,099.00 Plaza Hotel Single $1,259.00 Six entertaining shows: o Doug Gabriel # 1 Triple $1,054.00 Tribute Show $300 per person deposit due at booking. o Million Dollar Quartet Final payment due July 25, 2020. o CJ Newsom’s Classic Travel protection is optional, but highly Country & Comedy TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL recommended and should be purchased o George Dyer Show the initial o #1 Hits of the 60s & 50s1 Too 2at the3time 4 5 tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure o Dutton Family Show EASY • • • CHALLENGING coverage. A Special Treat: Entertainer Reception Refer to separate document for a full list

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n This morning, we’ll enjoy the Doug Gabriel # 1 Tribute Show. n Lunch is on your own. n Our afternoon show is the Million Dollar Quartet. n Tonight, enjoy dinner at Charlie’s Steak, Ribs & Ale. n Our evening show, prior to returning to the hotel, is CJ Newsom’s Classic Country & Comedy.

Thursday, September 10 (B, D) n We start our show day this morning with the George Dyer Show. n Enjoy time for lunch on your own. n #1 Hits of the 60’s & 50’s Too is our show this afternoon. n An Entertainer Reception at Plaza View is ours to be enjoyed then followed by dinner at the Plaza View Restaurant. n This evening’s entertainment is the Dutton Family Show.

Friday, September 11 (B, D) n We begin our journey home. n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends! ** PLEASE NOTE: Shows are subject to unexpected schedule changes.


Mackinac Island 4 Days - September 14-17, 2020

We had a great group of people and I enjoyed the unscheduled time with them. It was the right mix of scheduled and unscheduled time.

Karen & Ron E., 2018 Mackinac Island Tour

Highlights Hydroplaning on a ferry to Mackinac Island Delighting in a two-night stay on Mackinac Island Experiencing a Mackinac Island tour by horse-drawn carriage Feasting on the Grand Hotel buffet lunch

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Gerald Ford Presidential Library Shepler’s Ferry

n Your adventure begins! n Sit back and enjoy scenic landscapes as we travel through Michigan to Grand Rapids. n Upon arrival, enjoy some free time for lunch on your own and exploring Grand Rapids’ Downtown Market. n A must-see when in Grand Rapids is the Gerald Ford Presidential Museum. On your self-guided tour, you’ll view historical items that depict the life and times of Gerald and Betty Ford. n Tonight, we enjoy a welcome dinner at Noto’s Old World Restaurant prior to turning in at the Drury Inn & Suites.

Tuesday, September 15 (B, D) n Arriving in Mackinaw City this morning, we will be welcomed

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On Main Street, directly across from where the ferry lands, Lake View Hotel is the oldest hotel on the Island. Many renovation projects have taken place in recent years, but the Lake View still captures much of the past with its Victorian-style atmosphere and nineteenth-century architecture.

aboard the Shepler’s Ferry – our transportation to Mackinac Island, known as the “Bermuda of the North”. n Delight in a two-night stay at the Lake View Hotel where you may consider pulling up a rocking chair on their front porch to enjoy the view and people watch. n To cap off our day, we’ll enjoy a relaxing dinner at our hotel.

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Wednesday, September 16 (B, L) n A perfect way to get to know Mackinac Island – the clip-clopping of horse hooves as Island history comes alive on our guide-narrated carriage tour. n An event in itself is the Grand Hotel buffet lunch which features “garden-fresh salads, savory cheeses, slow-roasted meats, seafood and a wide selection of fruits and fresh-baked desserts.” n Enjoy free time to explore at your leisure.

Thursday, September 17 (B) n Ahoy! Enjoy the views as we navigate back to the mainland aboard a Shepler’s Ferry where you will be welcomed by your Hawkeye Stages motorcoach. n Sit back for a comfortable ride while you reminisce and share experiences with fellow travelers. n Welcome Home! You bring with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!


Agawa Canyon & Mackinac Island 4 Days - September 16-19, 2020

The tour director and bus driver were great. They might have spoiled me for future tours!

Algoma Rail Line, Agawa Canyon

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Traveler 2019 Mackinac Island & Bay City Tour

Highlights Experiencing a Mackinac Island tour by horse-drawn carriage

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Wednesday, September 16 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Enjoy scenic landscapes as we travel through Michigan. n Our overnight tonight is in the “Heart of the North” at the Hampton Inn in Gaylord, MI. n After a long day of travel, a dinner at the historic Sugar Bowl Restaurant will be a welcomed delight!

Thursday, September 17 (B, L)

Horse-drawn Carriage Tour Algoma Railroad Excursion

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n Welcome aboard the Shepler’s Ferry - our transportation across the Straights of Mackinac to Mackinac Island, known as the “Bermuda of the North”. n A perfect way to get to know Mackinac Island – the clip-clopping of horse hooves as Island history comes alive on our guide narrated horse-drawn carriage ride. n An event in itself is the Grand Hotel buffet lunch which features “gardenfresh salads, savory cheeses, slowroasted meats, seafood and a wide selection of fruits and fresh-baked desserts made daily.” n Enjoy free time to explore the simple pleasures the Island holds for you. n Re-boarding the ferry, we’ll head back to the mainland where we will continue our travels through

the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to our home-away-from-home for the next twonights – the Holiday Inn Express, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. n The evening is yours to enjoy dinner and gaming at the Sault OLG Casino.

Friday, September 18 (B, L, D) n All Aboard! the Algoma Railroad, one of the most popular train excursions in North America, for a full day of sightseeing in the wilderness north of Sault Ste. Marie. n Have your camera at the ready as this wilderness excursion will take us past stunning views to the floor of Agawa Canyon. A box lunch will be provided n We then return to Sault Ste. Marie for our farewell dinner at Giovanni’s Restaurant.

Saturday, September 19 (B) n As we start our journey home, enjoy a comfortable and relaxing ride while you reminisce and share experiences with fellow travelers on your Agawa Canyon and Mackinac Island visit. n Welcome Home! You bring with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!


New England Fall Foliage 10 Days - September 20-29, 2020

The fall foliage was spectacular. I enjoyed the company with fellow travelers, the museums & historic sites - the Maritime Museum, Marble Museum, Maple Syrup Museum and Mark Twain Museum. Rev. Chris K., 2018 New England Fall Colors Tour

Niagara Falls

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Spending a night near Niagara Falls Visiting the New England Maple Museum Exploring the Vermont Marble Museum Visiting Plymouth Notch – the birthplace and boyhood home of President Calvin Coolidge

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$450 per person deposit due at booking Final payment due August 6, 2020.

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Itinerary Sunday, September 20 (D) n Your adventure begins! n We’ll spend our day winding through the mid-Atlantic states on our way to our overnight in Erie, PA. n Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant prior to turning in for the night.

Monday, September 21 (B) n We continue our travels to one of the most beautiful places in the United States - Niagara Falls where we’ll experience a thrilling (and yes wet!) ride on the Maid of the Mist. n The rest of the day is yours to explore the Niagara Falls area. n Our overnight tonight will be at “The Point” Comfort Inn, Niagara Falls, NY.

Tuesday, September 22 (B) Portland Head Lighthouse

n Vermont, the “Green Mountain State”, offers colorful views. n On our visit to the New England Maple Museum, we’ll learn the history of maple syrup and taste some samples. n Enjoy exploring and dining on your own before a relaxing rest at the Grand Hotel, Killington, VT.

Wednesday, September 23 (B,D) Maine Lobster Lunch

n With our local guide, we’ll enjoy area highlights to include the Vermont Marble Museum, Plymouth Notch – the birthplace and boyhood home of President Calvin Coolidge and Quechee Gorge. n The village of Woodstock, famous for lending its name to the Woodstock Festival is also the home of a covered bridge. Enjoy lunch on your own. n We travel on to New Hampshire – the “Granite State” for dinner at a local restaurant prior to a turning in at our home-away-from-home for the next two nights – the Towne Place Sites by Marriott, Guilford, NH.

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n With our local guide, we’ll travel through scenic countryside to Franconia Notch State Park, home of the Old Man of the Mountain, and view the vibrant colors along the Kancamagus Highway – noted as one of the best fall foliage viewing locations in the U.S.

n Take a Loon Gondola ride for breath-taking White Mountain National Forest views. n A delightful way to cap off our day - an included dinner at a local restaurant.

Friday, September 25 (B,D) n Our travels continue through the New Hampshire lakes region to the Maine coast. n Enjoy free time and lunch on your own in the charming coastal town of Kennebunkport, ME. n Discover Portland’s history on a guided city tour with a stop at the Portland Head Lighthouse. n After checking in at the Hampton Inn South Portland for our two-night stay, we will enjoy dinner at DiMillo’s On the Water.

Saturday, September 26 (B,L) n Our local guide will join us prior to our Boothbay Harbor Cruise and exploration of the Maine Maritime Museum. n Enjoy a traditional Maine lobster lunch. n Tonight, the evening is yours to explore and dine on your own.

Sunday, September 27 (B,D) n Traveling to Massachusetts, the “Bay State”, we’ll step back in time at Old Sturbridge Village – a re-creation of a rural 1830’s New England town. n Enjoy exploring Old Sturbridge Village and having lunch on your own. n Gathering together we’ll enjoy our farewell to New England dinner at the Salem Cross Inn – a 1700’s inn – prior to settling in for the night at the Comfort Inn & Suites.

Monday, September 28 (B,D) n We start our journey home with an overnight in Lewisburg, PA. n Dinner tonight will be enjoyed together at a local restaurant.

Tuesday, September 29 (B) n Welcome home! You return home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!


Autumn in the Finger Lakes 5 Days - October 5-9, 2020

This was our first time so the experience was great in that I have not been in the northeast before.

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Single $1,660.00 Comedy and Desilu Studios on a guided tour Enjoying a guided tour of the Corning Museum of Glass Triple $1,310.00 including a live hot glass show Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and Taking a guided tour of the Chemung Valley History Museumshould be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is Cruising with guided narration on Seneca Lake made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage. TOUR LEVEL Enjoying a wine tour &ACTIVITY tasting Refer to separate document for Discovering the story2of Niagara Falls at the Niagara 1 3 4 5 a full list of policies. Adventure Theater EASY • • of CHALLENGING • the Mist Cruising on the Maid to the base of 1 Geneva Horseshoe Falls (Niagara Falls) NEW YORK

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Itinerary Monday, October 5 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Enjoy the scenic views and get to know your travel mates as we continue east towards the Finger Lakes region of New York. n After dinner at Hooch & Blotto’s, enjoy a relaxing overnight in Erie, PA.

Tuesday, October 6 (B,D) Lake Seneca Cruise

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n “Lucy, I’m Home!” On our guided tour of the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum & Center for Comedy and Desilu Studios, those words spoken by Desi Arnaz on almost every “I Love Lucy” episode will most likely come to mind. n An explosion of brilliant colors awaits us as we enjoy a guided tour of the Corning Museum of Glass that includes a live hot glass show. n After dinner at Sorge’s, enjoy a relaxing overnight in the Corning area. Wednesday, October 7 (B,D) n We’ll learn about the history of the area with a guided tour of the Chemung Valley History Museum. This tour includes artifacts used by Mark Twain and his family while living in the area. n An enjoyable way to spend the afternoon – taking a cruise on Seneca Lake while learning about the history of the lake and the surrounding area.

n Red or White? Sweet or Dry? We’ll have the opportunity to taste wines made from locally grown grapes at the Lakewood Vineyards in Watkins Glen. n After dinner at the Cobblestone Restaurant, we’ll enjoy a restful overnight in Geneva, NY.

Thursday, October 8 (B,D) n Known internationally, Niagara Falls, is a must-see for its natural breath-taking beauty. n With our visit to the Niagara Adventure Theatre and viewing “Niagara: Legends of Adventure”, we’ll learn the incredible history of the Falls. n Yes! We may get a little wet, however, the Maid of the Mist boat ride to the base of Horseshoe Falls is a thrilling must-do experience. n After a day of touring, we’ll enjoy our farewell dinner at our hotel for the evening the Sheraton, Bayfront Hotel overlooking Lake Erie.

Friday, October 9 (B) n Bidding a fond farewell to the beautiful Finger Lakes and Niagara regions of upstate New York, we begin our journey home. n Sit back, relax and enjoy the passing views while sharing your trip highlights with your follow travel mates. n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!


Gettysburg, Williamsburg & Washington, DC 10 Days - October 11-20, 2020

Gina made the trip fun and interesting. Her history background was so useful. She was able to explain things clearly. Helped arrange things for people with special needs. Quentin & Mary Q., 2018 Gettysburg, Williamsburg, & Washington, DC

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Washington Monument from Lincoln Memorial

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Discovering American history with visits to Gettysburg’s historic battlefield, Monticello, Mount Vernon, Jamestown Settlement and Colonial Williamsburg Exploring Washington DC Memorials including Jefferson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr. Abraham Lincoln, WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War Touring the United States Capitol Honoring Marine Corp service men andLEVEL women, TOUR ACTIVITY past, present, and future 2 93 3 1 Flight 4 5 Paying tribute at the National Memorial EASY • • • CHALLENGING

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Itinerary Sunday, October 11 n Your American history adventure begins! n Tonight, our overnight stay is in the welcoming community of South Bend, IN.

Monday, October 12 (D) n Enjoy dinner at the Dobbin House Tavern, established in 1776 (or

Civil War Re-enactors at Gettysburg

comparable substitution). The Dobbin House delights diners with excellent food and courteous service in a colonial style restaurant. n Tonight, our overnight stay is in historic Gettysburg, PA.

Tuesday, October 13 (B,L) n See the Battle of Gettysburg Cyclorama depicting the final Confederate assault noted as the turning point of the Civil War. n With our Gettysburg National Park Service guide, you’ll be transported back in time to one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles. n We’ll enjoy homemade goodness at General Pickett’s Buffet. n The afternoon is yours to explore this area abundant in history.

Wednesday, October 14 (B,D) n We start our day driving through Shenandoah National Park with its spectacular vistas. n Monticello, the one-time home of Thomas Jefferson, is a must-see. n Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant. n Our overnight accommodations for the next two nights are in Williamsburg, VA.

Thursday, October 15 (B)

16th Century Ship at Jamestown

n We’ll take another step back in time with our visit to the Jamestown Settlement – the first permanent English colony in America. n The living history museum of Colonial Williamsburg is a must-do. n Enjoy a free evening to explore and have dinner on your own.

Friday, October 16 (B)

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n We continue our journey east to Washington DC for a three-night stay. n The National Museum of the Marine Corps honors the men and women who’ve served our country past, present and future. n Our visits to the Marine Corp War Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery, will allow you to honor our fallen service men and women.

n After checking in to our hotel, enjoy dinner on your own. n A walking tour of the Jefferson, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr., Korean War and Lincoln memorials at night provides you a view of our country’s iconic landmarks with a moonlight glow.

Saturday, October 17 (B,D) n At Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington, enjoy the home, gardens and working 18th century farm. n At the historic Ford’s Theatre, you will see a theatrical production. n Tonight, we’ll enjoy dinner together at a local restaurant.

Sunday, October 18 (B) n Our daytime walking tour of Washington DC includes the Lincoln, Vietnam War, and WWII memorials and Reflecting Pool. n The rest of the day is on your own to explore the Holocaust Museum, the Smithsonian Museum and other Washington, DC attractions. n Enjoy dinner on your own with the many dining options available to you.

Monday, October 19 (B) n Prior to leaving your Nation’s Capital, we’ll stroll past 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC, the location of the White House. n On our guided tour at the United States Capitol, you’ll have the opportunity to explore this symbol of the American people and our government. n Today, we start our journey west with a stop to pay tribute to the brave men and women of Flight 93. n Tonight, our overnight stay is in the quaint community of Somerset, PA.

Tuesday, October 20 (B) n Continue to your departure city. n Welcome home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!


Branson Holiday Showtime 4 Days - November 9-12, 2020 Daniel O’Donnell CJ Newsome’s Classic Country & Comedy

#1 Hits of the 60s & 50sToo The Brett’s Family Show

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Itinerary Monday, November 9 (D) n Your Branson Holiday Showtime Adventure begins! n Lunch will be on your own at the Maverick Steakhouse, Litchfield, IL. n Continuing on, we will stop for a break at the St. James Winery, St. James Missouri. n We’ll enjoy dinner together at Big Whiskey’s Restaurant & Bar before checking in to the Grand Plaza Hotel.

Tuesday, November 10 (B, D) n This morning, we’ll enjoy The Bretts Family Show. n Lunch today is on your own. n #1 Hits of the 60’s & 50’s Too is our show this afternoon. n Enjoy an Entertainer Reception at Plaza View to be followed by dinner at the Plaza View Restaurant. n Our evening show is CJ Newsom’s Classic Country & Comedy.

Wednesay, November 11 (B, D) n We start our show day with the Doug Gabriel # 1 Tribute Show. n Enjoy time for lunch on your own. n Our afternoon show is Daniel O’Donnell. n We’ll join together for a plated dinner at Landry’s Seafood House. n This evening’s show, prior to returning to the hotel, is the Dutton Family Show.

Thursday, November 12 (B) n We begin our journey home as we travel the scenic countryside. n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends! ** PLEASE NOTE: Shows are subject to unexpected schedule changes.

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Smoky Mountain Christmas 5 Days - November 17-21, 2020

Biltmore Estate

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Dining with an entertaining Christmas Show at the Derby

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n While aboard the “RMS Titanic”, a special First-Class Dining Event awaits us in the Tuesday, November 17 (D) Secret Dining Room. n Your adventure begins! n We complete our day with a Smoky n Journey to Clarksville, IN. Mountain Opry Christmas Show, n We’ll enjoy a freshly prepared homefeaturing flying sugar plum fairies, style buffet and Christmas show at the soaring angels, beautiful costumes and famous Derby Dinner Playhouse – it’s a incredible special effects. perfect way to begin our tour. n After a full day, recharge with a relaxing Wednesday, November 18 (B,D) night in Pigeon Forge, TN. n Continuing our travels today, we head Friday, November 20 (B,D) to North Carolina. n A fun way to start the day – the one of a n We’ll start our evening with a dinner in kind “Magic Beyond Belief Show”, starring one of Biltmore’s restaurants. award winning magician Darren Romeo, n After dinner, we’ll stroll Biltmore by with his own state-of-the-art special candlelight, enjoying the more than effects, magical illusions and talented 100 decorated trees and over 350 supporting cast members. wreaths adorning the estate. n This afternoon, we head to Nashville n Our home for the evening is in where we enjoy a Christmas Dinner show Asheville, NC. prior to turning in for the night.

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Titanic Museum & First Class Dinner

Saturday, November 21 (B,L)

n After a short drive to Pigeon Forge, n We begin our journey home as we travel a “Merry Christmas” show awaits us the scenic countryside with an included with the Smith Family Variety Show lunch stop for your enjoyment. and their blend of music and family n Arrive home to your selected tour comedy. departure destinations with wonderful n Need Christmas gifts for family and memories, unique personal photos and friends? The Christmas Place, for a little tales of your adventure to share with holiday shopping, may just be the family and friends! place to find that perfect gift. n The Titanic Museum, the largest permanent Titanic Museum in the world is a must-see. On our guided tour, you will view over 400 artifacts and hear stories of this fateful voyage.

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Opryland Hotel Holiday 4 Days - December 6-9, 2020

Everything about the tour was great. Been to Nashville twice before and it was again all we could expect. The choice of shows was wonderful!

Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort

Traveler Pricing 2018 Opryland Christmas Tour

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Dining with an entertaining Christmas Show at the Derby Dinner Playhouse Taking a guided tour of Nashville Discovering the many delights of the Opryland Hotel with a two-night stay Cruising on the General Jackson Showboat while enjoying lunch and a Christmas Show A must-see – the Opryland Hotel Holiday Dinner Show Strolling through Opryland’s “ICE” display Riding on a Delta River Flatboat Enjoying a Grand Ole Opry House Christmas Broadway production TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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Itinerary Sunday, December 6 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Travel to Clarksville, IN. n We’ll enjoy a freshly prepared homestyle buffet and Christmas show at the famous Derby Dinner Playhouse – it’s a perfect way to begin our tour.

Monday, December 7 (B, D)

Hotel Room Balcony Overlooking Atrium

n After breakfast, we travel to Nashville, TN where upon arrival, we meet our guide for a tour of “Music City U.S.A.” n Tonight, a special treat for us all - the Opryland Holiday Dinner Show. n Enjoy discovering our home-awayfrom-home for the next two nights - the Opryland Hotel.

Tuesday, December 8 (Lunch Cruise)

Opryland Holiday Dinner Show

n The morning is yours to explore the Opryland Hotel. n Let’s do lunch! Welcome aboard the General Jackson Showboat for lunch and a holiday show that includes Christmas favorites from country, gospel, bluegrass and rhythm & blues. n Stroll Opryland’s ICE – an indoor winter wonderland!

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n Relax on a winding tour through Opryland Resort’s 4.5-acre Delta Atrium on the Delta River Flat Boat. n Tonight, another wonderful Christmas treat – a Christmas Broadway Production at the Grand Ole Opry House.

Wednesday, December 9 (B) n After breakfast, we begin our journey home as we travel the scenic countryside. n Welcome home! You arrive home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Hawaiian Islands with Norwegian Cruise Line 12 Days - February 19-March 1, 2020

Jacci was the best she does the ‘extras’ and cares for the details with a smile. We loved the Polynesian Cultural Center and the cruise in general.

Virginia & Keith Y., 2019 Hawaii 4-Island Tour

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Enjoying three nights at Waikiki Beach hotel Occupancy Price/person Learning about the Hawaiian culture at the Land/Cruise Only Polynesian Cultural Center Inside Cabin - Double $4,570.00 Exploring with a Circle Island tour of Oahu, Inside Cabin - Single $6,545.00 including lunch at Kualoa Ranch Relaxing with seven nights aboard Optional Upgrades Add Price/person NCL’s “Pride of America” to include: Group Air Package $1,060.00 o Two days on the island of Maui o One day at Hilo (on Hawaii) Oceanview Cabin - Double $215.00 TOUR LEVEL TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL o One day on the KonaACTIVITY Coast (on Hawaii) Balcony Cabin - Double $705.00 o Two days1on the island of Kauai 2 1 3 4 5 Balcony Concierge Class - Double $865.00 2 3 4 5 Enjoying a Honolulu city tour $365.00 EASY • • • CHALLENGING CHALLENGINGOceanview Cabin - Single EASY • • Harbor Paying tribute at •Pearl and Balcony Cabin - Single $1,190.00 U.S.S. Missouri Balcony Concierge Class - Single $1,465.00

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By the Way... The Polynesian Cultural Center is made up of six villages, representing the unique island cultures of Hawaii, Fiji, Aotearoa (New Zealand), Samoa, Tahiti, and Tonga. Here you’ll experience a canoe tour, their award-winning Ali’i Luau, and “Ha: Breath of Life”, their evening show which features over 100 Polynesian natives, dance, music, and fireknives.

Itinerary Wednesday, February 19 n If group air option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your a direct morning flight to Honolulu, Oahu. n If group air option is not taken, meet the group at the Honolulu hotel. n ALOHA (welcome) to paradise! You will be welcomed with a traditional lei greeting and check into your Waikiki hotel, your home-away-from-home for the next three nights.

Thursday, February 20 (B,D)

n Welcome the day with your arrival at Hilo, Hawaii known for its volcanoes. n Hilo offers much for you to discover including active volcanoes, black sand beaches and dramatic waterfalls. (Optional excursions offered by NCL) n Set sail around the “Big Island” to the Kona Coast.

Friday, February 21 (B)

n Awake to start a new day as you arrive in Nawiliwili, Kauai, the oldest of the islands. n You have two days to explore. Glorious colors await you on the “Garden Island.” (Optional excursions offered by NCL)

n After checking out of your hotel, a history exploration awaits you with a stop at Pearl Harbor including a visit to the U.S.S. Missouri, where Japan surrendered to end World War II. n Enjoy a Honolulu city tour. n Set sail this evening for Maui on the NCL “Pride of America.”

Sunday, February 23

Luau Entertainment

Tuesday, February 25

Wednesday, February 26

Saturday, February 22 (B)

“Pride of America”

n Continue your exploration of Maui! n Set sail this evening for your next adventure on the “Big Island.”

n Experience the Polynesian Cultural Center where you will learn how South Pacific ethnic groups contributed to Hawaiian culture. n A feast awaits as you end the day with a traditional Hawaiian luau filled with mouth-watering delights. n You decide how you’d like to spend your day. Explore the many sites of Oahu, shop on Kalakaua Blvd., stroll along Waikiki Beach or maybe even give surfing a try!

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Monday, February 24

n Greet the day at Kahului, Maui as you begin a two-day visit. n Maui is appropriately named the “Valley Isle” as its internal valley is bordered by two volcanoes. Customize your visit by selecting optional excursions offered by NCL.

n Experience first-hand this uniquely beautiful part of Hawaii, including coffee farms and historic landmarks. (Optional excursions offered by NCL) n Set sail for Kauai.

Thursday, February 27

Friday, February 28 n Continue exploring the emerald valleys and mountains of Kauai. n Set sail this afternoon for your return to Honolulu, Oahu.

Saturday, February 29 n Disembark the ship and enjoy a Circle Island Tour of Oahu where you will be awed by the beautiful surroundings. n A treat awaits you -- lunch at the famous Kualona Ranch, a 4,000 acre private nature reserve and working cattle ranch. n Bid a fond ALOHA (farewell) to Hawaii.

Sunday, March 1 n If group air option is taken, upon your arrival at O’Hare, your transfer vehicle will be waiting to return you to your departure city. Welcome home!

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Memorial Day Veterans Parade in Washington, DC 5 Days - May 22-26, 2020

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Enjoying a 4-night stay at the Gaylord National Resort

Exploring the National Law Enforcement Museum Riding the Capital Ferris Wheel Paying tribute and honoring the men and women who served in the U.S. Armed Forces

Studying the many displays at the Smithsonian

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$500.00

Land Only - Double $2,155.00

$350 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due March 23, 2020.

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Itinerary Friday, May 22

National Law Enforcement Museum US Marines Memorial

Military Band and Chorus Performances

Marine Corps Museum

World War II, Air Force, and Pentagon 9/11 Memorials. n This afternoon, enjoy the National Memorial Day Choral Festival concert featuring a 350-voice choir and the U.S. Air Force Orchestra. n This evening, we have an exclusive private dinner and patriotic speaker inside the National Museum of the Marine Corps at Quantico. We’ll tour the museum that is a lasting tribute to U.S. Marines and see the movie “We, The Marines.”

n If group air option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Washington D.C. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Washington D.C. n Our first stop is the new National Law Enforcement Museum. Feel what it’s like to walk in the shoes of law enforcement, and view more than 21,000 artifacts, along with high tech Monday, May 25 (B,L,D) interactive exhibits. n This morning, we visit the United n Then, check into the Gaylord National States Navy Memorial that includes a Resort for the next 4 nights. commemorative public plaza and a Naval n Enjoy dinner on your own this evening Heritage Center. at National Harbor, with dozens of n We then take our V.I.P. seats next to restaurants. troops, dignitaries & live TV cameras as n A fun way to end your evening we pay tribute to America’s heroes for catching a ‘bird’s-eye view’ with a ride the National Memorial Day Parade. This on the Capital Ferris Wheel. parade is held annually along Constitution Avenue and is the largest of its kind in Saturday, May 23 (B) the United States. The parade consists of n This morning we visit Arlington select marching bands, patriotic floats, National Cemetery, America’s shrine to helium-filled balloons and veteran units valor and sacrifice. During the included from each of the 50 states. More than tram ride we make a stop at the Tomb 10,000 participants take part in the parade of the Unknown Soldier. each year. A box lunch is included for n Our next stop is the Marine Corps your enjoyment. Memorial, where the Iwo Jima statue n This evening, enjoy an exclusive predepicts the raising of the American opening tour, movie and private dinner at Flag during World War II. the National Museum of the United States n After lunch on your own, we continue Army, which will not open to the public to the newly renovated Smithsonian until fall of 2020. National Museum of American History. We’ll browse the new state-of-the-art Tuesday, May 26 (B) gallery and view exhibits that top the n We say farewell to Washington, D.C. for list of American must-sees. our return flight home. n This evening is free for you to enjoy n If the group air option is taken, upon dinner on your own. Be sure to visit the disembarking from the plane at Chicago National Harbor Stages and enjoy the O’Hare, you will be met with your homemilitary band performances. bound transportation. n Welcome home! You take with you Sunday, May 24 (B,D) wonderful memories, unique personal n After breakfast, we will tour the photos and tales of your adventure to famous memorials and monuments share with family and friends! of Washington D.C., including the Vietnam, Lincoln, Korean, National

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Plymouth Landing - 400th Anniversary 6 Days - June14-19, 2020

Mayflower II docked at Pilgrim Memorial State Park

Highlights

Pricing

Exploring a more in-depth understanding of the Pilgrim experience in America through tours and visits to historic sights Touring Hyannis & Sandwich with a skilled and knowledgable local guide Cruising the Hyannis Harbor Exploring the Sandwich Glass Museum Dining at historic Dan’l Webster Inn Naturalist led Lobster Tales Cruise TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Savoring a farewell dinner with a local Historian

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Itinerary Sunday, June 14 (D) n If group air option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Boston. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Boston. n Arriving in Boston, we’ll begin our journey with a scenic drive to “The Cape.”

Pilgrim Memorial

Costumed Interpretors

n Our local guide will give us excellent narration in the next few days about the pilgrims landing in this area 400 years ago. The aroma of the salt air and views of the sparkling ocean will surely captivate us. n We check into our home for the next three nights the Cape Codder Resort – Hyannis, MA. n After a busy day of travel, we’ll enjoy dinner at our hotel.

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Monday, June 15 (B,D) n We begin our day traveling historic Route 6 on our way to Provincetown. n View the Bas Relief Monument, commemorating the first landing and the signing of the Mayflower Compact. n Explore the downtown waterfront area with all its artistic and eclectic shops. n Visit the Pilgrim Monument, the tallest granite structure in the United States, and visit the Provincetown Museum, which features exhibits on the arrival of the Mayflower Pilgrims and the town’s rich maritime history. n When visiting “The Cape”, a lobster dinner is a must! Enjoy!

Tuesday, June 16 (B,D)

Plimoth Grist Mill

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n After breakfast, we will tour Hyannis. n Board the Hyannis Harbor Cruise to see points of interest from the water, including the Kennedy Compound. n Enjoy some free time to explore and have lunch on your own in Hyannis. n Travel to Sandwich, the oldest town on Cape Cod. Hear stories of the Puritans, Shawme, and the Hoxie House – onetime home to Reverend John Smith. n Next, we’ll visit the Sandwich Glass Museum. n Enjoy dinner at the historic Dan’l Webster Inn, that has been welcoming patrons for over 300 years.

Wednesday, June 17 (B,D) n This morning, travel with our local guide to Duxbury, settled by Myles Standish and John Alden. We will visit

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the John Alden House and view the Myles Standish Monument State Reservation and burial ground. Traveling a short distance, we arrive in Plymouth. We’ll see the Forefathers’ Monument, the largest solid granite monument in the United States. This afternoon, we’ll visit Plimoth Plantation, the first permanent European settlement in southern New England. We’ll take a step back to the 17th century as costumed interpreters portray residents of Plimoth Plantation. Enjoy a traditional turkey dinner and a fun “Dress a Pilgrim” demonstration. Tonight, we’ll enjoy the first of our two-night stay at the John Carver Inn – Hyannis, MA.

Thursday, June 18 (B,D) n Our first stop this morning is the Plimoth Grist Mill a working reconstruction of the original mill built in 1636. n Our guide will then give a tour of the area, viewing historical sites, including Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II. n Board a Lobster Tales Cruise with a naturalist and experience “hands-on” how lobsters are harvested. n This afternoon, we’ll visit the Pilgrim Hall Museum, that houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions. n We’ll return to our inn, where our guide will provide a walking map to further explore the history of the area. n A local historian will join us for our farewell dinner this evening. Friday, June 19 (B) n After breakfast, we say farewell to Boston as we transfer to the airport and our flight to O’Hare. n If group air option is taken, upon disembarking from the plane, you will be met with your home-bound transportation vehicles. n Welcome home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Colorado Trains 8 Days - June 20-27, 2020

Highlights Exploring the Garden of the Gods Riding the Royal Gorge Route Railroad Viewing stunning vistas at Royal Gorge

Pricing Occupancy

Price / person

Group Air Package

$300.00

Travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage.

Land Only - Double $3,795.00 Park & Bridge Sightseeing at Great Sand Dunes National Park Land Only - Single $4,395.00 Boarding the Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad Land Only - Triple $3,605.00 Refer to separate document for a Visiting the Anasazi cliff dwelling at Mesa full list of policies. $600 per person deposit Verde National Park due at booking. FinalACTIVITY LEVEL All aboard! Durango Silverton Narrow TOUR payment due Gauge Railroad 2 3 4 Greeley 5 April 21, 2020. 1 Viewing the awe-inspiring sights of the 1 Silverthorne 1 EASYGrand ••• Colorado National Monument CHALLENGINGDenver Junction1 COLORADO Tasting and touring at a local Winery 1 Silverton Experiencing a Vail gondola ride Colorado TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Viewing unending panoramic views atTOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Durango Springs 2 1 Rocky Mountain National Park 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 Alamosa Visiting the Colorado Model Railroad EASY •Museum • CHALLENGING • Motor Coach EASY • • • CHALLENGING PASSPORT

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Detail, Mesa Verde Cliff Dwelling Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

Vail Gondola

Itinerary

n Enjoy free time in Silverton to explore the shops and have lunch on your own. Saturday, June 20 (D) n On the scenic drive to Grand Junction, we’ll n If group air option is taken, your take in the fantastic monoliths of Colorado transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago National Monument. O’Hare for your flight to Denver. If n Prior to turning in for the night, we’ll enjoy group air option is not taken, meet the dinner at the hotel. group in Denver. n Upon our arrival, we’ll travel south to Thursday, June 25 (B) Colorado Springs to tour the stunning n After a leisurely morning, a perfect way to Garden of the Gods. start the tour day is with a local winery tour n After a day of travel, we ‘ll enjoy a and tasting in Grand Junction, known as welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Colorado’s Wine Country. n Keep your camera at the ready as we travel Sunday, June 21 (B, D) through the heart of the Rockies to arrive in n This morning, we’ll board the Royal the legendary ski village of Vail. Gorge Route Railroad for a vintage n A scenic ride on Gondola One is a unique way train ride along the legendary Arkansas to experience the beauty of the area. River, deep within the gorge. n After our ride, free time is yours to explore, n Free time is yours to enjoy a walk on shop and have lunch on your own. the bridge, lunch on your own and n Our overnight is in Silverthorne, CO. The explore other sights in the park. evening is yours to explore this beautiful city n We’ll stop for a quick break in the old and enjoy dinner on your own. mining town of Salida, travel south to Great Sand Dunes National Park, and Friday, June 26 (B,D) on to Alamosa, CO for the night. We’ll n Today, we’ll spiral to the higher elevations enjoy dinner at a local restaurant. of Rocky Mountain National Park, following the awe-inspiring Trail Ridge Road over the Monday, June 22 (B, L) Continental Divide. n “All aboard!” the historic Cumbres n Descending into Estes Park, free time is yours and Toltec Scenic Railroad for to have lunch on your own. awe-inspiring views! n Discover the Colorado Model Railroad n Upon arrival in Osier, we’ll enjoy an Museum, which houses the largest model included lunch. railroad of its kind in the world. n We’ll travel to Durango for the first of n After checking in to our hotel in Greeley, our two-night stay at the Holiday Inn. we’ll enjoy a fond farewell dinner at a local n Your evening is free to enjoy the old restaurant. mining town of Durango.

Tuesday, June 23 (B) n Today, with a local expert guide, we’ll explore Mesa Verde National Park and the Four Corners area, with its mysterious cliff dwellings. n Spend time in the visitors center, with its large collection of ancient artifacts, and enjoy lunch on your own. n We return to Durango, where you will have the rest of the day free.

Wednesday, June 24 (B,D) n “All aboard!” for a delightful trip through the Colorado Rockies between Durango and Silverton on the Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.

Saturday, June 27 (B)

n We say farewell to the Rocky Mountains. n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Alaska Land & Sea 13 Days - June 22-July 4, 2020

Many sights we had not seen before. Great sight seeing, great accommodations, great tour director and great friends - some old and some new. Traveler 2018 Alaska Land & Sea Tour

Eklutna Lake, Anchorage

Highlights

Pricing

Cruising on a Riverboat to experience a small piece of life in Alaska

Enjoying a glass-domed train ride

$900 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due April 8, 2020.

Occupancy Price/person Land & Cruise Only: Inside Cabin - Double $5,000.00 Inside Cabin - Single $6,530.00

to Denali National Park Experiencing the Tundra Wilderness Tour in Denali National Park Optional Upgrades Add Price/person ALASKA Viewing the Hubbard Glacier Fairbanks Group Air Package $1,100.00 2 Visiting Juneau and seeing the Cabin Upgrades: 2 Denali Icy Straits Oceanview - Double $635.00 TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Exploring Skagway, the “Gateway Anchorage Seward Balcony - Double $2,010.00 to the Klondike” 1 2 3 4 5 Experiencing the Tlingit Indian Balcony Concierge Class - Double $2,795.00 YUKON EASY • • • • CHALLENGING Hubbard Glacier culture in Ketchikan Oceanview - Single $1,100.00 TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Cruising through the scenic 7 Balcony -1Single Skagway 3 4 LEVEL 5$3,480.00 Inside Passage TOUR2ACTIVITY TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Balcony Concierge Class - Single $4,840.00 Icy Strait Point Juneau Taking a guided tour of Vancouver EASY • • • • CHALLENGING

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Itinerary Monday, June 22 n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Fairbanks. If group air

option is not taken, meet the group in Fairbanks. n Your home-away-from-home for the next two-nights will be the Pike’s Waterfront Lodge, Fairbanks, AK.

Tuesday, June 23 (B,L,D) n Start the day with a Riverboat Cruise to experience a piece of Alaskan life. n Try your luck panning for gold at Gold Dredge 8. n Salmon is a large industry in Alaska! Tonight, enjoy a salmon bake.

Wednesday, June 24 (B) n A great way to view stunning scenery – traveling by a glass-domed train car to Denali National Park! n Breathtaking views await for your twonight stay at the Grande Denali Lodge. n Free time on your own to enjoy the stunning vistas that surrounds you.

Thursday, June 25 (B,L) Sled Dog Discovery

n The Denali National Park Tundra Wilderness Tour combines impressive views with wildlife such as moose, bear, wolves and Dall Sheep.

Friday, June 26 (B) n We travel to Anchorage today to begin our Alaskan cruise on the Celebrity Millennium. Sail time late this evening. n Be sure to enjoy a quick lunch in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, prior to boarding our ship in Seward.

Panning for Gold

Saturday, June 27 n Awe-inspiring sights surround you as you cruise along the Alaskan coastline. n Be sure to take-in the Hubbard Glacier. Best viewing time: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Sunday, June 28

“Millennium” near Hubbard Glacier

n Greet the day in Juneau, Alaska’s capital! n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Juneau experience: Mendenhall Glacier, Salmon fishing, Panning for gold, Helicopter glacier trek, Whale watching, Salmon bake, Sled dog discovery and musher’s camp, or taking a tram to the top of Mount Roberts. n The ship sails later this evening.

Monday, June 29 n Awake in Skagway – the “Gateway of the Klondike.” n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Skagway experience: White Pass Rail and Yukon train trip, Skagway Original Streetcar tour, Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, Sled dog and musher’s camp, or Liarsville salmon bake and Gold Rush. n The ship sails tonight.

Tuesday, June 30 n Welcome to Icy Strait Point! n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Icy Strait Point experience: Ziplining, Fishing for Halibut, Hoonah Village and Tribal Dance, Kayaking, or visiting the Icy Straits Museum to learn more about salmon canning. n The ship sails mid-afternoon.

Wednesday, July 1 n Meet the day in Ketchikan to immerse yourself in the Tlingit culture. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Ketchikan experience: Kayaking, Misty Fjords by sea or air, Bering Sea Crab tour, Totem Bight State Park, or Neet’s Bay bear watching by float plane. n The ship sails this evening.

Thursday, July 2 n Spend a relaxing day with a scenic cruise along the Inside Passage.

Friday, July 3 n Disembark in the beautiful city of Vancouver, your overnight stay. n Discover Vancouver’s history, architecture and culture with a guided tour. n The afternoon and evening are yours to explore and dine on your own. n Overnight in Vancouver.

Saturday, July 4 n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome home with wonderful memories, unique photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends.

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Grand Alaska 8 Days - June 24-July 1, 2020

Everything went smooth and got to see a lot of neat things . All was beautiful and exciting. Would recommend to everyone. Raymond J., 2018 Alaska Land & Sea Tour

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Pricing

Touring Anchorage Exploring the Alaska Native Heritage Center Cruising Prince William Sound Visiting Valdez, AK - “Alaska’s Little Switzerland” Touring Fairbanks Visiting the Museum of the North Riding the Riverboat Discovery III Feasting at an Alaska Salmon Bake Dinner Sightseeing in Denali National Park Exploring Denali National Park through a

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Itinerary Wednesday, June 24

we’ll learn about Alaska Native culture at an Athabaskan Indian Village. n Another not to be missed Alaskan experience is a traditional salmon bake dinner. ENJOY!

n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pickup and drop-off services. If this option Sunday, June 28 (B,D) is taken, your transfer vehicle will take n Astounding scenery surrounds us as we you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight travel along the Parks Highway to Denali to Anchorage. If group air option is not National Park. taken, meet the group in Anchorage. n The afternoon is yours to explore the n After a day of travel, we’ll enjoy an many optional attractions and have overnight in Anchorage. lunch on your own. n This evening we enjoy an entertaining Thursday, June 25 (B) dinner at the Denali Dinner Theatre. n We start our day with a tour of n Denali Grizzly Bear Resort will be our Anchorage featuring the historic home for the next two nights. downtown area, Lake Hood, and

Salmon Bake

Earthquake Park. n During our Alaska Native Heritage Center visit, we’ll learn about the history and culture of Alaska. n Traveling on the scenic Seward Highway, we’ll arrive in Whittier, where our marine vessel awaits us for our journey through Prince William Sound. n Our overnight tonight is in Valdez, nicknamed “Alaska’s Little Switzerland”, at the Best Western Valdez or at a similar accommodation.

Friday, June 26 (B)

Tundra Wilderness Tour Glass Domed Rail Car

n We journey to Fairbanks - known to Alaskans as the “Golden Heart City.” n On our way to Fairbanks, we’ll travel along Wrangell-St Elias National Park, the largest park in the United States. n We’ll have the opportunity to view the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. n Our accommodations for the next two nights are in Fairbanks at the Rivers Edge Resort.

Saturday, June 27 (B,D) n Beginning our day is a sightseeing adventure of Fairbanks with a visit to the University of Alaska’s Museum of the North. n Cruising on the Chena River aboard the grand sternwheeler Riverboat Discovery III is a not to be missed Alaskan experience. While on board

Monday, June 29 (B,Snack Box Meal) n The wonders of this awe-inspiring place continue as we travel into Denali National Park on the Tundra Wilderness Tour. n While on your exploration, keep an eye out for wildlife to include bear, moose, caribou, wolves and Dall Sheep. A snack box lunch will be served.

Tuesday, June 30 (B,D) n “All Aboard!” This morning we board an Alaska Railroad deluxe domed railcar for a scenic transfer to Talkeetna. n Travelling along the banks of the Susitna River, we may catch a glimpse of Mount Denali and maybe even a black bear. n We then board our coach as we head to Anchorage. n Prior to turning in, we’ll enjoy our farewell dinner and share stories of our Grand Alaskan Adventure.

Wednesday, July 1 (B) n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome Home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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Alaska - Awesome & Affordable 13 Days - September 3-15, 2020

All of our arrangements were taken care of – just had to enjoy the trip. We enjoyed it and had a wonderful time. Traveler 2018 Affordable Alaska Tour

Glacier Bay, Alaska

Highlights

Pricing

Cruising on a Riverboat to experience Occupancy Price/person $850 per person deposit due at booking. Final payment due a small piece of life in Alaska Land & Cruise Only: Enjoying a glass-domed train ride June 19, 2020. Inside Cabin - Double $4,985.00 to Denali National Park Inside Cabin - Single $6,495.00 Experiencing a Denali National Park Tundra Wilderness Tour Optional Upgrades Add Price/person ALASKA Cruising the Inside Passage aboard Fairbanks NCL “Norwegian Jewel” 2 Group Air Package $1,100.00 o Viewing Hubbard and Denali 2 Cabin Upgrades: Sawyer Glaciers TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Oceanview - Double $350.00 Anchorage Seward o Visiting Icy Strait Point and Juneau 2 1 3 4 5 $920.00 o Exploring Skagway - “Gateway to Balcony - Double YUKON EASY •$600.00 Oceanview - Single • • • CHALLENGING the Klondike” Hubbard Glacier ACTIVITY LEVEL o Experiencing the Tlingit Indian BalconyTOUR - Single $1,590.00 7 culture in Ketchikan Skagway TOUR ACTIVITY 1 2 3 4LEVEL 5 TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL Juneau Taking in the sights in Vancouver Icy Strait Point

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Itinerary Thursday, September 3

n Welcome to Fairbanks! Your homeaway-from-home for the next two-nights will be the Pike’s Waterfront Lodge or a similar accommodation, Fairbanks, AK.

n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade Friday, September 4 (B,L) package, and includes convenient n Welcome the day with a Riverboat pick-up and drop-off services. If this Cruise to experience a small piece of option is taken, your transfer vehicle Alaskan life. will take you to Chicago O’Hare for n Try your luck panning for gold at Gold your flight to Fairbanks. If group air Dredge 8 and learn about Alaska’s option is not taken, meet the group in mining past. Fairbanks.

Saturday, September 5 (B)

Kayaking, or visiting the Icy Straits Museum to learn about salmon canning. n The ship sails this evening.

Thursday, September 10 n Greet the day in Juneau, Alaska’s capital! Optional shore excursions available to you include: Mendenhall Glacier, Salmon fishing, Panning for gold, Helicopter glacier trek, Whale watching, Salmon bake, Sled dog discovery and musher’s camp or taking a tram to the top of Mount Roberts. The ship sails this afternoon. n Cruise the Sawyer Glacier this Afternoon.

n We’ll enjoy breakfast while traveling by Friday, September 11 domed railcar to Denali National Park! n Awake in Skagway – “Gateway of the n Breathtaking views will surround you Klondike”. Optional shore excursions day and night with your two-night stay available to you include: White Pass Rail in Denali. and Yukon train trip, Skagway Original n The afternoon is yours. Enjoy the Streetcar tour, Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve, stunning vistas or perhaps purchase an Sled dog and musher’s camp, or Liarsville optional tour including a guided hike, salmon bake and Gold Rush. The ship sails flightseeing, rafting and MORE! this evening.

Sunday, September 6 (B, L) Riverboat “Discovery”

Tundra Wilderness Tour, Denali

n The guided Denali National Park Tundra n Arriving this afternoon in Ketchikan Wilderness Tour (lasting between 6-8 immerse yourself in the Tlingit culture. hours) combines spectacular views Optional shore excursions include: along with the opportunity to see Kayaking, Misty Fjords by sea or air, Bering wildlife such as moose, bear, wolves Sea Crab tour, Totem Bight State Park, or and Dall Sheep. Neet’s Bay bear watching by float plane. The ship will sail this evening. Monday, September 7 (B) n We travel to Seward today to begin our Alaskan cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line. Sail time late evening. n Enjoy lunch on your own at our stop in Anchorage, Alaska’s largest city, prior to boarding.

Tuesday, September 8 “Jewel”

Saturday, September 12

n Relish in the awe-inspiring sights that surround you as you cruise along the Alaskan coastline. n Be sure to take-in the Hubbard Glacier. Best viewing time: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Wednesday, September 9 n Welcome to Icy Strait Point! Optional shore excursions available to you include: Ziplining, Fishing for Halibut, Hoonah Village and Tribal Dance,

Sunday, September 13 n Relax on a scenic day cruise along the Inside Passage.

Monday, September 14 n Disembarking the cruise ship in the beautiful city of Vancouver, we’ll discover its history, architecture and culture with a guided tour. n Overnight in Vancouver.

Tuesday, September 15 n Start your journey home. If group air option is taken, upon disembarking from the plane at O’Hare, you will be met with your home-bound transportation. n Welcome Home with wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends.

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Cape Cod 6 Days - September 13-18, 2020

Loved the dune tours, variety of locations and restaurants included. Enjoyed seeing Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Tour guide Gina was superb. Ann H., 2018 Cape Cod Tour

Highlights

Pricing

Enjoying a one-hotel stay with five (5) nights at Cape Codder Resort Exploring some of the best of Cape Cod communities with guided tours of Plymouth, Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Hyannis, Nantucket, and Sandwich Experiencing the wind in your hair with High Speed Ferries to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard Watching for Whales on a Whale Watching Cruise (weather permitting) ACTIVITY LEVEL Exploring the JFK MuseumTOUR in Hyannis Visiting Sandwich Glass Museum 1 2 3 4 5 EASY • •

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Itinerary Sunday, September 13 (D)

Charming Nantucket JFK Museum

n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Boston. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Boston. n Arriving in Boston, we’ll begin our journey with a scenic drive to “The Cape.” n On route to Cape Cod, we’ll visit Plymouth where the Pilgrims landed in 1620. n Your home-away-from-home for the next five-nights is the Cape Codder Resort, Hyannis, MA, where we’ll enjoy our dinner tonight.

Monday, September 14 (B,D) n This morning we board our highspeed ferry to Nantucket Island - known as “the Gray Lady”. On our guided tour, we’ll witness Nantucket’s charms through its cobblestone streets, simple Quaker-style homes and handsome houses. n The afternoon is free for you to explore, lunch and shop. n Returning to Cape Cod, we’ll enjoy dinner together at a local restaurant.

Lobster Feast

Tuesday, September 15 (B,D) n We start our day traveling historic Route 6 on our way to Provincetown. n Provincetown is truly unique with all its artistic and eclectic shops. n Whale watch cruising, with a naturalist on board (weather permitting), will be an adventure! n Tonight, dinner is ours to enjoy at a local restaurant.

Wednesday, September 16 (B,D) n This morning we board our highspeed ferry to the storybook island of Martha’s Vineyard. On our guided tour, we’ll learn about the islanders’ history and lifestyles. n Oak Bluffs is not to be missed! with its beautifully colored Ginger Bread cottages. n When visiting “The Cape”, lobster is a must! Tonight, a traditional lobster dinner!

Thursday, September 17 (B,D) n We start the day with a Hyannis tour and a visit to the JFK Museum dedicated to preserving the memories of John F. Kennedy and his family’s days spent on Cape Cod. n The oldest village on “The Cape”, Sandwich is the home of the Sandwich Glass Museum and the Cape Cod Canal Visitor Center. n Our farewell dinner will be enjoyed at a local restaurant.

Friday, September 18 (B) n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome home! You take with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends!

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New England & Canada Cruise with Holland America Line

9 Days - October 1-9, 2020

Local guides for Montreal and Ottawa were excellent with much information on the area. Carol B., 2018 New England & Canada

Highlights

Quebec City

Pricing

Enjoying a Montreal tour to include Occupancy Price/person Notre Dame Basilica and Place Land & Cruise Only: Jacques Cartier Inside Cabin - Double $3,440.00 Learning about Canada’s ecosystems Inside Cabin - Single $4,485.00 at the Montreal Biodome Strolling through the Montreal Optional Upgrades Add Price/person Botanical Garden Group Air Package $600.00 Embarking on the Holland America Cabin Upgrades: Line’s “Zaandam”TOUR for 6-dayACTIVITY Canada LEVEL TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL New England cruise to Quebec City, Oceanview - Double $420.00 2 1 Sydney, 3 4 5 - Double the Gulf of St.1Lawrence, 2 3 4 5 Balcony $2,620.00 Halifax, BarEASY Harbor and Boston EASY • • CHALLENGING • ••• CHALLENGINGOceanview - Single $690.00

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Itinerary

Montreal Biodome

Thursday, October 1 (D) n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pickup and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Montreal. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Montreal. n Enjoy dinner at “Le Toit Rouge.” n Overnight for the next two nights at the Hotel Universel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Friday, October 2 (B) n Our day starts with a Montreal tour to include Notre Dame Basilica and Place Jacques Cartier. n Enjoy free time to explore and have lunch on your own. n This afternoon, we’ll tour the Montreal Biodome – Canada’s largest Natural Science Museum representing Canada’s 5 ecosystems. n Your evening is free to explore and dine on your own.

Montmorency Falls “Zaandam”

Saturday, October 3 (B) n This morning, enjoy the Montreal Botanical Garden -- 75 Hectares of thematic gardens and greenhouses. n Free time is yours to explore and have lunch on your own. n This afternoon, we start our 6-day Canada and New England cruise departing from Montreal Harbor on Holland America Line’s “Zaandam.” Depart late afternoon.

Sunday, October 4

Peggy’s Cove

n We arrive in Quebec City. Its historic district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. n Choose from the following to enhance your experience: strolling through Quebec City and tea at the Chateau Frontenac, walking through Old Quebec, taking a historic walk and riding in a horse trolley, exploring

Montmorency Falls and the Island of Orleans, tasting some local wines at SteAnne Canyon & Winery, visiting UNESCO Historic Sites Ste-Anne-De-Beaupre & Montmorency Falls.

Monday, October 5 n Enjoy a relaxing day cruising the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Tuesday, October 6 n We start our day in Sydney, Nova Scotia. n Choose from the following to enhance your experience: touring some of the city’s historic houses and churches, reliving history at the Fortress of Louisbourg, seeing the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, strolling through Old Sydney Town.

Wednesday, October 7 n We arrive in Halifax, Nova Scotia. n Choose from the following to enhance your experience: strolling the Halifax waterfront, exploring Peggy’s Cove – an authentic fishing village to see the well-known lighthouse, visiting the Fairview Lawn Cemetery - burial site of 121 victims of the Titanic disaster, investigating Citadel Hill. Thursday, October 8 n We start our day in Bar Harbor, Maine. n Choose from the following to enhance your experience: walking Bar Harbor’s scenic streets lined with restaurants and boutiques, riding in a horse drawn carriage weaving through Acadia National Park, enjoying a lobster bake with lobster pulled fresh from the ocean.

Friday, October 9 n We arrive this morning in Boston, MA. n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome Home! You bring with you wonderful memories, unique personal photos and tales of your adventure to share with family and friends.

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Fall Mystery Tour 5 Days - October 12-16, 2020

Although I have been to Nashville twice - the only thing I did before was Opryland Hotel. All the other attractions were new to me. Good choices..

Traveler 2019 Spring Mystery Tour

Take a flight to mysterious fun

Pricing Occupancy Price / person Double $1,989.00 Single $2,219.00

Highlights Exploring new places near and far. Visiting interesting locations. Delighting in new experiences and maybe some shopping?

Discovering new “favorite things.” Feasting on delightful new tastes, and maybe some familiar ones.

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Air, Land & Sea Discoveries: Discover new and exciting destinations within the US and Canada. See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles. “Hail to the Chief” but, which one will it be?

Itinerary? It’s Autumn again and time to travel We have a Great BIG surprise for you to unravel You are not going to believe your eyes But get ready because we are going to FLY n

Pop a top and grab some good eats

Our flight will be quick, an absolute must We hit the ground running, where we will kick up some dust Presidents, pigskins, sunshine and more Following footsteps with so many things in store. n You might decide to redecorate you house with a new design Or plant your garden in a new formation utilizing a beautiful pine

Pigskin? Bucks? Sounds like a lot of bull...

Pure cane sugar, Bridges, houses and mammoths beware So much more to see we can’t wait to share n Big Buck we will see as many come from here Drives and horns are aplenty as our day grows near Sit back and relax this is a new adventure for us all We will make sure you are well taken care of and will have a ball!!

You’ll get a good horse-laugh from it all!!

n Come on along, you won’t regret Grab your ID & luggage and you are all set Hurry and sign up you shouldn’t delay You’ll love this tour, each and every day

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National Parks of the Southwest 7 Days - October 13-19, 2020

This was the first time we had taken a trip of this nature. We could not have asked for more beautiful scenery, better weather, people, tour manager and bus driver! Mary & Bob R., 2017 Natl Parks Tour

Bryce Canyon

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Pricing

Starting and ending in Las Vegas - “Entertainment Capitol of the World” Viewing Lake Mead & Hoover Dam Traveling on historic Route 66 to tour the Route 66 Museum Being surrounded by breath-taking views Learning about the history of the Navajo and Anasazi Indian cultures Enjoying unique experiences including Navajo Cookout Dinner, Jet Boat Ride on the Colorado River, BBQ dinner on the banks of the Colorado River

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Itinerary

Route 66 Museum

Tuesday, October 13 n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your flight to Las Vegas. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Las Vegas. n Enjoy free time to rest, explore and dine on your own in the selfproclaimed “Entertainment Capitol of the World”.

Grand Canyon

River Touring Arches National Park

n We take a jet boat ride viewing spectacular red rock canyons. n Afterward, we’ll enjoy a BBQ dinner on the Colorado River banks prior to turning in for the night in Moab, UT.

Saturday, October 17 (B,L)

n We’ll start the day with jaw-dropping views at Dead Horse Point State Park. n From there we’ll travel to Capitol Reef National Park for exploration and a picnic lunch under towering cottonwood trees. n Traveling on Scenic Highway 12 – an “All American Road”, we drive over Boulder Mountain with incredible views of Capitol Reef, the Circle Cliffs and the Henry Mountains. n Traveling through the Grand Staircase– Wednesday, October 14 (B,D) Escalante National Monument, you’ll be n Travel past Lake Mead and the surrounded by more impressive views. Hoover Dam on our way to the n End the touring day with Bryce Canyon community of Kingman, AZ, and our National Park, described as “a hell of a place tour of the Route 66 Museum. to lose a cow”. n This afternoon, our scenic Route 66 n The evening is yours to explore and dine drive will take us to one of the Natural on your own. Wonders of the World – the Grand n Overnight at Best Western Bryce Canyon Canyon, where the stunning vistas Grand Hotel. will take your breath away. Sunday, October 18 (B,D) n Overnight in Tusayan, AZ. n Head to Zion National Park with free time n After a day filled with picturesque to explore Zion Canyon and enjoy lunch on beauty, we’ll enjoy a relaxing dinner your own. together at a local restaurant. n This afternoon, we make our way across Thursday, October 15 (B,D) the Nevada Desert to Las Vegas for an n After one last look at Grand Canyon overnight. National Park, we tour the Explore n Prior to turning in for the night, enjoy Navajo Interactive Museum. dinner at Lawry’s Prime Rib, and share n Continuing on to Monument Valley, remembrances of our National Parks we’ll meet our Navajo guide and experiences. experience a unique view from a Monday, October 19 4-wheel drive vehicle. n Say farewell to the dramatic National Parks n Enjoy a truly exceptional Navajo of the Southwest. Cookout Dinner. n Start your journey home. For those n Overnight in Kayenta, AZ. travelers who purchased the group air Friday, October 16 (B,D) package through Legacy Travel Group, n The Anasazi Indian culture will come upon disembarking from the plane at to life on our tour of the Edge of the Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by Cedars Museum & Ruins. your transfer driver for your return trip to n Moab, the “Adventure Capitol of your chosen tour departure location. Utah”, will be a fun place to explore n Welcome home! You take with you and have lunch on your own. wonderful memories, unique personal n More magnificent views await us in photos and tales of your adventure to nearby Arches National Park. share with family and friends!

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Germany & Prague with Oberammergau Passion Play 11 Days - May 11-21, 2020

Prague, Czech Republic

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Pricing

Taking a sightseeing tour of Berlin Enjoying a walking tour of Dresden Spending two nights in Prague with a tour and

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Double $4,569.00 Single

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Itinerary

Sunday, May 17 (B,D)

n Head to Nuremberg for the day. n Your airfare and airport transfers n Check out the historic market square are included. with its many flower and fruit stands, new n The adventure begins with a ride to town hall and the Church of St. Lawrence. Chicago’s O’Hare airport for your flight n Stop at the Durer House, where the to Berlin, Germany. famous artist Albrecht Durer lived from Tuesday, May 12 (D) 1509 to 1528. n Welcome to Germany. You will be n See the Nuremberg fortress for a view met at the airport and transferred to over the historical part of the city. your hotel. n The remainder of the day is yours to n Enjoy a welcome dinner this evening. explore Nuremberg before returning to n Overnight at Hotel Park Inn Rothenburg. Alexanderplatz in Berlin for the next Monday, May 18 (B,D) two nights. n Travel south into the Bavarian Alps. Wednesday, May 13 (B) n Stop at King Ludwig’s Neuschwanstein n Take a sightseeing tour of Berlin this Castle. morning, including Charlottenburg n Continue on to the Hotel Alte Post or Palace, the Victory Column, the similar in Oberammergau for the next Reichstag, Olympic Stadium, two nights. Shoeneberger Rathaus and centuries Tuesday, May 19 (B,D) old churches and monuments. n The morning is free for you to explore. n The afternoon is yours to explore. n After lunch, experience history first hand Thursday, May 14 (B,D) and attend the Passion Play, performed n Depart Berlin and travel to Dresden. only every ten years since 1634. n A local guide will take you on a Wednesday, May 20 (B) walking tour of the city. n Depart Oberammergau and travel north n After some time on your own, to Munich. depart and cross the border into the n Pay a visit to Nymphenburg Palace, Czech Republic. former summer home of the Royal n Overnight at Hotel K&K Fenlix in Bavarian Family. Prague for the next two nights. n Then head to the Olympic Complex, site Friday, May 15 (B) of the 1972 Summer Olympics. n Enjoy a morning sightseeing tour of n See the the student district of Schwabing, the old town. Maximilianstrasse, Koenigsplatz and the n Visit Hradcany Castle and the Gothic Marienplatz. St. Vitus Cathedral. n The remainder of the day is yours to n See Strahov Monastery and Charles explore Munich. University, the oldest university in n Overnight at NH Parkhotel in Munich. central Europe. n Your afternoon is free to enjoy Prague. Thursday, May 21 (B) n Transfer to the Munich airport for your Saturday, May 16 (B,D) flight to Chicago. n Travel to Rothenburg. n Upon disembarking from the plane at n After dinner, take a walk with the O’Hare, you will be met with your home“Night Watchmen” through town. bound transportation. n Overnight at Hotel zum Rappen in Rothenburg for the next two nights.

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Italy with Oberammergau Passion Play 11 Days - July 9-19, 2020

Venice

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Spending two nights in Rome, and

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Itinerary Thursday, July 9 n Your airfare and airport transfers are included. n The adventure begins with a motorcoach ride to Chicago’s O’Hare airport for your flight to Rome.

Friday, July 10 (D)

The Coliseum, Rome

n Arrive in Rome, where a motorcoach will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel. n Enjoy a welcome dinner this evening at a restaurant within walking distance of your hotel. n Overnight at Hotel Massimo D’Azeglio in Rome for the next two nights.

Saturday, July 11 (B) n Enjoy a city sightseeing tour of Rome, including Quirinale Palace, Via Veneto, the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. n Visit the Vatican Museum, the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.

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Sunday, July 12 (B,D) n Travel to the medieval town of Siena in Tuscany. n A local guide will show you all of the famous sights, including the central Piazza Del Campo. n Continue to the Hotel Alder Cavalieri in Florence for the next two nights.

Monday, July 13 (B)

Neuschwanstein Castle

n This morning, take a walking tour of Florence. n See Santa Groce Church, Giotto’s Bell Tower, the Cathedral and the Academia, home of Michelangelo’s famous statue of David. n The remainder of the day is free for you to enjoy Florence on your own.

Tuesday, July 14 (B,D) n Head to Pisa for a stop to see the leaning tower. n Continue to Venice. n Overnight at Hotel Carlton in Mestre for the next two nights.

Wednesday, July 15 (B) n Check out the historic part of Venice. n Walk through the old quarters to see St. Mark’s Square, St. Mark’s Cathedral, the tragic Bridge of Sighs and the Doge’s Palace. n The afternoon is free for you to explore Venice on your own.

Thursday, July 16 (B,D) n Depart Venice and travel to the Hotel Grauer Baer in Innsbruck, Austria for an overnight. n This evening, enjoy a Tyrolean Folklore Show with brass music, folk dancing and yodeling.

Friday, July 17 (B,D) n Travel to Oberammergau. n Upon arrival in the village you will have some free time to explore on your own. n This afternoon, experience history first hand and attend the Passion Play, performed only every 10 years since 1634. n Overnight at Hotel Alte Post or similar in Oberammergau.

Saturday, July 18 (B) n Depart Oberammergau and travel to Munich, the capital of Bavaria. n Stop at Nymphenburg Palace, the former residence of the Royal Bavarian Family. n Continue on to the Olympic Complex, site of the 1972 Summer Olympics. n See the famous landmarks of Munich, including the student district of Schwabing, Maximilianstrasse, Koenigsplatz and the Marienplatz. n The remainder of the day is free for you to explore Munich on your own. n Overnight at the Maritim hotel in Munich.

Sunday, July 19 (B) n Transfer to the Munich airport for your return flight to Chicago. n Upon disembarking from the plane at O’Hare, you will be met with your homebound transportation. Welcome home!

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Itinerary Monday, August 17 (inflight D, B) n Your adventure begins! n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your overnight flight to Munich. If

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Tuesday, August 18 (D) n Upon arrival, our tour director will meet us at the airport and assist us with our hotel transfer. n We start our tour with a visit to historic downtown Munich. The famous Hofbräuhaus would be a great place for lunch and German beer. n Tonight, we’ll enjoy a welcome dinner at a Bavarian restaurant.

Wednesday, August 19 (B) n Our first stop this morning is Dachau, a former WWII concentration camp. n We’ll view regal splendor at Nymphenburg Palace, the Royal Bavarian former summer residence. n There’s a lot to see in Munich Including the 1972 Summer Olympics Complex. n Some options for free time this afternoon include: the old Pinakothek, one of the finest galleries in Europe with paintings from Raphael, Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci and van Dyck; the Deutsche Museum founded 1925 devoted to science and technical subjects; the pedestrian area for shopping; or the Viktualienmarkt, an open-air food market.

Thursday, August 20 (B,D)

Zermatt and the Matterhorn

n We’ll stop in Tyrol, Rattenberg, famous for its crystal industry. n Arriving in Innsbruck, a walk through this over 500-year-old town with its famous Golden Roof, is a must-do.

Sunday, August 23 (B,D) n Crossing into Germany we arrive at Neuschwanstein Castle - the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Cinderella Castle. n At Ettal Monastery we may want to try “Kloster Liqueur” distilled by the monks. n Tonight, a Tyrolean Folklore Show with yodeling, dancing and hum bah music!

Monday, August 24 (B,D) n Beautiful Alpine Roads lead us to Liechtenstein and Vaduz, its capital. n From Vaduz, we continue our scenic ride to Interlaken, Switzerland.

Tuesday, August 25 (B) n Weather permitting, we’ll board a cogwheel train climbing to the Eiger Glacier Station through the Eiger Tunnel to the highest train station in Europe.

Wednesday, August 26 (B,D) n A scenic ride takes us to the mountain village of Taesch where we’ll take the train to the charming town of Zermatt. n Free time is ours to visit the mountain climber’s cemetery, the mountain guides memorial or the Matterhorn Museum.

n The birthplace of Mozart and film location for the “Sound of Music”, we’ll enjoy a walking tour of Salzburg. n Our distinctive experience at the Hallein Saltmine includes dressing in white overalls, riding the miner’s train, and sliding down wooden chutes as we explore the world of salt.

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n Explore the Salzburg area where “Sound of Music” scenes were staged. n Tonight, “Dinner with Mozart” in the Baroque Hall of St. Peters Monastery.

Saturday, August 22 (B,D) n Our day begins with a visit to “Eagles Nest”, a Third Reich-era building.

n All aboard the Glacier Express - the “slowest” express train in the world for a journey with views of stunning Alpine scenery. n Arriving in the town of Andermatt, our motorcoach will meet us for our drive to Lucerne with its world-famous Chapel Bridge and majestic water tower. n Start your journey home. For travelers who purchased the group air package through Legacy Travel Group, upon disembarking at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. n Welcome Home! You bring with you wonderful memories, unique photos and tales of your adventure to share.

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Ireland with Notre Dame vs Navy 10 Days - August 23-September 1, 2020

Dingle Peninsula

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Traveling through the old world village of Adare and market

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Sunday, August 23 n NOTE: Airfare is not included in the tour price at this time. Group air pricing will be available September 2019. n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your overnight flight to Shannon, Ireland. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Shannon, Ireland.

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Monday, August 24 (D) n Travel south to the village of Adare. n Continue through the market towns of Newcastle West, Abbeyfeale and Castleisland to the Dingle Peninsula. n Check into your hotel for the next two nights on the shores of Dingle Bay. n Enjoy some time to rest, relax or independently explore.

Tuesday, August 25 (B)

n Return to Kinsale for an evening free to explore and enjoy dinner on your own.

Friday, August 28 (B)

n Travel to Cobh to visit the Heritage Centre to learn about Irish emigration and the story of the Titanic. n Continue on via the old port of Youghal and the sea-faring town of Dungarvan, then north to Kilkenny City. n Participate in the Smithwick’s Experience - this unique one-hour tour will take you through the working brewery and includes a visit to 12th Century St. Francis Abbey and a complimentary tasting. n Overnight in Kilkenny or Enniscorthy.

Saturday, August 29 (B) n Game day! Depart Kilkenny or Enniscorthy and head for Dublin. n Travel to Aviva Stadium to enjoy the Navy vs Notre Dame football game! n After the game, check into your Dublin hotel and enjoy free time to participate in any post game activities. n Overnight the next three nights in Dublin.

n Today is a delightful day of coastal Sunday, August 30 (B,D) scenery along the Dingle Peninsula. n Enjoy a sightseeing tour to include a visit n Beyond Slea Head, see the Blasket to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Islands, the last outposts of Europe. n Head to the Guinness Storehouse, n Return to Dingle for an evening on your and learn the history of the dark brew, own. You may choose to check out one followed by a sample pint in the “Gravity of the many great pubs or restaurants. Bar” with its 360-degree view of the city. n Tonight, enjoy dinner with Irish Wednesday, August 26 (B) entertainment at the Irish House Party. n Travel through Killarney Town, across

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the Derrynasaggart Mountains to the little village of Blarney. n You will have a chance to kiss the famed Blarney Stone, and then to shop and explore the Woollen Mills. n Continue southward to the sea faring village of Kinsale, your home for the next two nights. n Enjoy dinner on your own.

Monday, August 31 (B) n Take a tour of Dublin, to see sights such as O’Connell Street, the Post Office (scene of the 1916 Easter Rising), St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Trinity College. n The remainder of the day is free for you to shop and explore.

Tuesday, September 1 (B)

n Transfer to Dublin Airport for the return flight to Chicago O’Hare. n Today, take the coastal route via the n For those travelers who purchased the towns of Clonakilty, Rosscarbery and group air package, upon disembarking Skibbereen to Mizen Head, the most from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will southwesterly point of Ireland, and visit be greeted by your transfer driver for your the Signal Station. return trip to your chosen tour departure location. Welcome home!

Thursday, August 27 (B)

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Ireland with Notre Dame vs Navy 11 Days - August 25-September 4, 2020

Blarney Castle Grounds

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Cobh, County Cork

Itinerary Tuesday, August 25 n NOTE: Airfare is not included in the tour price. Group air pricing will be available September 2019. n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your overnight flight to Dublin, Ireland. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Dublin.

n Travel westward to historic Limerick City, through pasture lands of South Tipperary and the towns of Clonmel and Cahir. n Continue to Newmarket-on-Fergus for dinner and overnight at Dromoland Castle.

Monday, August 31(B) n We travel to the mighty Cliffs of Moher. n Head south through County Limerick and County Cork to Blarney, with a chance to kiss the famed Blarney Stone and free time to explore the Woollen Mills. n Continue to Cork City, the second largest city in the Republic, for the next two nights.

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Tuesday, September 1 (B)

n Take a tour of Dublin, to see sights such as statue filled O’Connell Street, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Trinity College, home of the world famous Book of Kells. n The rest of the day is free for you to relax or explore on your own. n Overnight for the next three nights in Dublin.

n Visit the Cobh Heritage Centre, where you will learn about Irish emigration and the story of the ill-fated Titanic. n Then on to Old Midleton Distillery for a tour and tasting. n Return to Cork City for free time to shop and explore. You might choose to check out the English Market.

Thursday, August 27 (B)

n Today we travel through the market town of Macroom, across the Derrynasaggart Mountains to Killarney. n Enjoy free time to explore this colorful town with its many shops and pubs. n Overnight the next two nights in Killarney.

n Enjoy a sightseeing tour with a visit to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. n Head to the Guinness Storehouse and learn the history of the brew, followed by a sample pint in the “Gravity Bar” with its 360-degree view of the city.

Friday, August 28 (B,D)

Kilkenny

Sunday, August 30 (B,D)

n Today is free for you to independently explore the many museums and important sights of Dublin, or shop and explore Grafton Street. n Tonight, enjoy dinner with Irish entertainment at the Irish House Party.

Saturday, August 29 (B,D) n Head to Aviva Stadium to enjoy the Navy vs Notre Dame football game! n After the game, travel to the medieval city of Kilkenny for an overnight. n Enjoy a visit to the Smithwick’s Brewery for an interactive tour, concluding with a complimentary pint of Smithwick’s Ale.

Wednesday, September 2 (B,D)

Thursday, September 3 (B) n Depart on one of Ireland’s most popular and beautiful drives, the Ring of Kerry. n Drive along the Iveragh Peninsula, through the towns of Glenbeigh, Cahirciveen, Waterville and Sneem. n Return to Killarney for free time. You may choose to take a traditional jaunting cart ride through the national park.

Friday, September 4 (B) n Transfer to Shannon Airport for the return flight to Chicago O’Hare. n For those travelers who purchased the group air package, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. Welcome Home!

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Ireland with Notre Dame vs Navy 8 Days - August 26-September 2, 2020

Irish Countryside with Ruins

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Enjoying a panoramic tour of Dublin, seeing sights such as

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Itinerary Wednesday, August 26 n NOTE: Airfare is not included in the tour price. Group air pricing will be available September 2019. n Group air transportation is available on this tour as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. If this option is taken, your transfer vehicle will take you to Chicago O’Hare for your overnight flight to Dublin, Ireland. If group air option is not taken, meet the group in Dublin.

Kilkenny

Sunday, August 30 (B) n Take a walking tour of Kilkenny, including 13th Century St. Canice’s Cathedral, Trinity Gate and majestic Kilkenny Castle. n Visit Smithwick’s Distillery for a tour, followed by a complimentary pint of Smithwick’s Ale.

Monday, August 31 (B,D)

n Depart Kilkenny and travel south to Waterford City. n House of Waterford for a glass blowing Thursday, August 27 and glass cutting demonstrations. n Take a tour of Dublin, to see sights such as statue filled O’Connell Street, n Travel through the sea-faring town of Dungarvan and the old Port of Youghal, the Post Office (scene of the 1916 through Cork City to the nearby village Easter Rising), St. Patrick’s Cathedral, of Blarney. and Trinity College, home of the world n Overnight for the next two nights famous Book of Kells. in Blarney. n The remainder of the day is free for you to shop and explore the many Tuesday, September 1 (B) sites of Dublin. n Head south to the village of Kinsale. n Overnight for the next two nights n Explore the town, which has a strong in Dublin. Spanish flavor and boasts some of the

Friday, August 28 (B,D)

Waterford Crystal

n After the game, travel to the medieval city of Kilkenny. n Overnight for the next two nights in Kilkenny.

n Enjoy a sightseeing tour including a visit to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. n Head to the Guinness Storehouse and learn the history of the dark brew, followed by a sample pint in the “Gravity Bar” with its 360-degree view of the city. n Tonight, enjoy dinner with Irish entertainment at the Irish House Party.

best seafood restaurants in Ireland. n Return to Blarney late afternoon, with free time to explore.

Wednesday, September 2 (B) n Transfer to Shannon Airport for the return flight to Chicago O’Hare. n For those travelers who purchased the group air package, upon disembarking from the plane at Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your transfer driver for your return trip to your chosen tour departure location. Welcome Home!

Saturday, August 29 (B) n Game day! Head to Aviva Stadium to enjoy the Navy vs Notre Dame football game!

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The whole trip exceeded my expectations. Well organized, welcoming locals, everyone so casual and friendly. I would go to Ireland again. Traveler 2018 Exceptional Ireland

Irish Countryside with Ruins

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Highlights Touring and tasting at the Guinness Storehouse Visiting St. Patrick’s Cathedral and viewing the Book of Kells Visiting Glendalough, and famous 6th century Monastic site Exploring the Waterford Medieval Museum Touring & tasting at Old Midleton Distillery Kissing the Blarney Stone anyone? Now’s your chance with

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n We’ll get our first look of this beautiful Sunday, September 27 “Emerald Isle” as we land in Dublin. n Your adventure begins! n Enjoy our first “taste” of Ireland with n Group air transportation is available our tour and tasting at the Guinness as an optional upgrade package, and Storehouse. includes convenient pick-up and dropn Our home for the next two nights is off services. If this option is taken, the Ashling Hotel in Dublin where your transfer vehicle will take you to we’ll enjoy an included dinner. Chicago O’Hare for your overnight flight to Dublin. If group air option is Tuesday, September 29 (B,D) not taken, meet the group in Dublin. n We start the day with a tour of the city. n A must-see is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, St. Patrick’s Guinness Tour Cathedral. & Tasting n Visiting Trinity College and the Book of Kells, one of Ireland’s cultural treasures, is a one-of-a-kind experience. n A perfect way to end the day – a traditional Irish dinner with entertainment at Nancy Hands Pub.

Wednesday, September 30 (B,D) Kissane Sheep Farm

n Traveling through emerald green rolling hills, we arrive at Glendalough Monastic Site for a tour. n Continuing on to Waterford, we’ll enjoy an after-hours private tour of the enchanting Medieval Museum, along with a wine reception in the Wine Vault. n After a day of touring, we’ll have dinner at our hotel for the evening – the Tower Hotel, Waterford.

Thursday, October 1 (B,D) Barberstown Castle

n We’ll return to our hotel this evening and enjoy dinner together.

Saturday, October 3 (B) n A must-do in Ireland is a Jaunting Car ride through historic Killarney National Park. n Picturesque beauty will surround us on our travels to the Dingle Peninsula. n The rest of the day is yours to explore and dine in charming Killarney.

Sunday, October 4 (B,D) n On our visit to the village of Adare, you’ll see historic thatched roof cottages. n History will come alive at the 11th century Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. Enjoy a medieval banquet and entertainment! n Overnight for the next two-nights will be at Templegate Hotel in charming Ennis, which uniquely blends old and new Ireland.

Monday, October 5 (B,D) n Enjoy the vibrant countryside of County Clare on our way to the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher, Ireland’s top tourist attraction. n Sightseeing opportunities abound on our drive around Galway Bay to Galway City, where we’ll enjoy a tour along with some time to explore and lunch on your own. n After a day of touring, we’ll have dinner at our hotel.

Tuesday, October 6 (B,D) n Irish history comes to life at the 13th century King John’s Castle in Limerick. n An enchanting way to end our Exceptional Ireland adventure – a delicious farewell dinner and stay at Barberstown Castle!

n We start the day with a tour and Wednesday, October 7 (B) tasting at the Midleton Distillery. n Anyone for kissing the Blarney Stone? n Start your journey home. For those travelers who purchased the group air package, This is your chance as we visit Blarney upon disembarking from the plane at Castle. Chicago O’Hare, you will be greeted by your n For the next three nights we will relax transfer driver for your return trip to your and recharge at the Great Southern chosen tour departure location. Hotel in Killarney, where we will enjoy n Welcome Home! You bring with you our included dinner tonight. wonderful memories, unique personal Friday, October 2 (B,D) photos and tales of your adventure to share n The views are head-turning on our with family and friends. journey along the Ring of Kerry. n There are more sheep than people in Ireland. So, it’s fitting we visit Kissane Sheep Farm. 81


NEW -- Spotlight Tours Machu Picchu

Paracas Flying over the Nazca Lines o Cruising the Ballestas Islands o Price / person: Double occupancy -- from $3,797.00

Mission de Santeva, Copper Canyon

Legacy of the Incas 12 Days - February 18, 2020 Joining fellow travelers from across the country, your Legacy of the Incas Tour Highlights include: Lima Sightseeing with a local guide o Visiting San Francisco Monastery o Strolling through a local Peruvian food market o Enjoying a welcome dinner at Casa Garcia Alvarado o Sacred Valley Enjoying a special lunch, complete with live Andean o music and a Mother Earth Ceremony performed by shaman Visiting Pisac o Paying a visit to Ollantaytambo and a local home for o a glimpse into rural Peruvian life Machu Picchu Taking the Vistadome train through the Urubamba Valley o Sightseeing with a local guide o Exploring a second entrance to the ruins on your second o day visit Having a Pisco Sour mixology lesson o Cusco Sightseeing with a local guide o Witnessing an Inca King greeting o Visiting the Cathedral and Santo Domingo Monastery, o Kenko Temple and the Temple of Sacsayhuaman o Lake Titicaca Sightseeing with a local guide to Taquile and the o Uros Floating Islands Sillustani Visiting the ruins o Learning about the lives of the local people o

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Incredible Copper Canyon, Mexico

Guaranteed 10 Days - February 9, Departure March 15, March 22, March 29, April 5, September 29, October 6, October 18, or October 25, 2020 Joining fellow travelers from across the country, your Copper Canyon Experience includes: Exploring Hermosillo’s Cathedral and Government Palace depicting Sonora history murals Cruising on the Sea of Cortez Wandering through a Cactus Garden Learning about pearl farming at the Guaymas Pearl Farm Exploring the living history town of Alamos Enjoying native cultural presentations and arts and crafts Awe-inspiring and a stunningly scenic train ride Viewing the incredible Copper Canyon via the Copper Canyon Aerial Tramway Enjoying a Mata Oritz pottery demonstration Visiting Paquime archeological site Price / person: Double occupancy -- from $1,805.00


Spotlight Tours*: Experience world-wide tours hand selected for value, unique experiences and destination expertise! See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles.

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

“Old Faithful” Geyser

Yellowstone Experience 7 Days - June 15 or August 3, 2020

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

Guaranteed 5 Days - October 7, 2020 Departure

Joining fellow travelers from across the country, your Yellowstone Experience Wildlife Safari Adventure includes: Exploring Yellowstone National Park including

Not to be missed Yellowstone Wildlife Safari o Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center o Fountain Paint Pots o Old Faithful o Grand Canyon of Yellowstone o Exploring Grand Teton National Park A must-do Scenic Snake River Float Trip o Jenny Lake o Visiting Bear Lake Traveling through Snake River Canyon and Logan Canyon Visiting Great Salt Lake & Salt Lake City An opportunity to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Guaranteed Departure

Joining fellow travelers from across the country, your Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta includes: Experiencing the rainbow of colors at the

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta Exploring Old Town Albuquerque Learning about turquoise at the Turquoise Museum Being awed as you discover the richness of the Pueblo culture – its history, arts and religious customs. Astounding twinkling lights and fireworks during the Twilight Twinkle Glow ™ and AfterGlow ™ Fireworks Show Exploring Santa Fe – the first United States’ capital Viewing Loretto Chapel – the oldest church in New Mexico Price / person: Double occupancy -- from $1,570.00

Price / person: Double occupancy -- from $2,275.00 For each of the tours listed here, travel protection is optional, but highly recommended and should be purchased at the time the initial tour deposit is made. Your local agent can help you secure coverage. Refer to separate document for a full list of policies.

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NEW Featured Cruises

Oceania “Marina”

We are Cruise Experts - Experience Counts Featured Cruises This year’s Featured Cruises have been personally selected due their unique combination of destinations, ships, and plentiful amenities and concessions. Each one provides something special and unique that make them different from all the rest. In addition, each are escorted by one of our expert Legacy Travel cruise specialists, which adds an extra level of service and personalized attention to a magnificent cruise vacation you will be talking about for years to come.

We Have Highly Qualified Staff to Assist You

Cruising is a Great Value All around, cruising is a fantastic vacation value. Unpack once. Your meals, entertainment and accommodations are included on all cruises.

When looking for a cruise that is perfect for you, it’s important to talk with someone who is knowledgeable about the various lines, their specialties, and the quality of their ships. Should one of our Featured Cruises not be exactly what you are looking for or not fit your travel schedule, please contact us at Legacy Travel Group. We have the knowledge, training and certifications to identify the right cruise, at the right price that will exceed your expectations! Then, all you have to do is enjoy!

All Ama Waterways Cruises include daily sightseeing and excursions in each city that you visit. Unlimited wine, beer and soft drinks onboard during lunch and dinner, and unlimited sparkling wine and juices with breakfast offers you a tremendous value and inclusivity. With Oceania, there are many additional inclusions with your package including prepaid gratuities, special cocktail receptions, and multiple dining options.

The below accreditations, and of course membership in Cruise Lines International Association, will provide assurance that you have made the right choice booking your cruise with Legacy Travel Group.

With our Holland America Line program to Alaska and The Yukon, their experience in showing Alaska to the world for over 60 years, as well as an unending array of options and choices to customize and enhance your Alaska/ Yukon vacation will have you talking about it for years to come.

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LCS CLIA Luxury Cruise Specialist

ECC CLIA Elite Cruise Counsellor

MCC CLIA Master Cruise Counsellor

ACC CLIA Accredited Cruise Counsellor


Featured Cruises: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers. See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles.

Our Selected Cruise Lines

Celebrity Tuscan Grille Royal Caribbean Two70 Lounge

Legacy Travel Group selects cruise lines for their unique combination of ships, engaging destination itineraries, and on-board amenities that provide an extraordinary value and experience for our guests. At Legacy Travel Group, we have strong relationships and significant experience selling some of the world’s finest ocean and river cruise lines. Cruising is a wonderful way to travel, and we are proud to serve and support your group and individual cruise travel needs. While we work with nearly all cruise lines, the world renowned and award-wining brands below continue to provide high levels of value, service, and guest satisfaction. Let us find the right cruise line match for you!

“AmaCello”, Regensberg

Avalon Artistry “Panorama” Cabin

For our group tours which include cruise experiences, visit pages 40, 48, 52, & 56. Turn to pages 78, 80 & 82 for our 2020 Featured Cruises.

Celebrity Solarium Pool

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Melodies of the Danube Aboard New AMAMagna 10 Days - April 24-May 3, 2020

Budapest by Night

Pricing

Highlights Two nights, pre-cruise hotel in Budapest, Hungary Cruising aboard the new, spacious, AmaMagna Award winning, regionally inspired dining, with locally sourced ingredients Unlimited fine wine, beer, and soft drinks with lunch and dinner Entertainment On-Demand in all staterooms featuring free TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL high-speed internet accessTOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL in every destina2 immersive 1 Included 3 4 tours 5 and1excursions 2 late-riser 3 4 5 tion, with gentle, regular, active, and tour options EASY • • • • andCHALLENGING EASY • • •own CHALLENGING Escorted hosted by one of our Travel • Legacy Group Cruise experts

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Featured Cruises: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers. See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles. The All New AMAMagna

The new AmaMagna is setting a new size and standard for European River Cruising, with twice the width of traditional European River ships. It offers more personal space, more unique dining venues, and more leisure opportunities on board. Journeying along the Danube, you’ll see first-hand why this storied river has inspired generations of artists, poets and musicians.

Budapest, Hungary

Balcony Cabin

n Budapest offers an unmatched combination of culture and tradition. n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o City tour featuring the “Buda” and “Pest” sides of the river o Hike up Castle Hill for city views

Bratislava, Slovakia n Host to the crowning ceremonies of 11 Hungarian kings and queens between 1536 and 1830, Bratislava certainly has earned the title “Coronation City of Kings”. n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o Hosted walking tour to explore this unique city o “Tastes of Slovakia” tour to learn about the local cuisine o For active adventurers, a hike to Bratislava Castle, offering magnificent views of the city

Vienna, Austria Gourmet Dining Vienna Palace Garden

n The “City of Waltzes” offers a wealth of gems. Your city tour showcases the majestic Opera House and the former Imperial Palace of the Habsburgs. n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o City tour of Vienna and seeing magnificent St. Stephen’s Cathedral o Fun bike tour of Vienna for an active way to explore this amazing city

Weissenkirchen, Austria n After reaching Weissenkirchen, you’ll be treated to several choices of excursions in this picturesque area of Austria.

n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o Highlights of Durnstein and Melk Abbey o Walking tour of Weissenkirchen and Melk Abby o Biking tour of Weissenkirchen to Melk Abby o Durnstein excursion, with wine and apricot tastings n You will then enjoy an exclusive Grein castle visit and private reception.

Linz, Austria n Despite its baroque architecture and historic old town, Linz is also contemporary and modern and is located right on the banks of the Danube River. n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o Walking tour ‘UNESCO City of Media Arts” o Full-day Salzburg excursion and the Mozart house o Biking tour of the city’s famed “Cultural Mile” o Just across the Czech-Austrian border, visit Cesky Krumlov, a charming, medieval city preserved in time o Austrian Lake District excursion

Passau, Germany n Known as the “City of Three Rivers” since the mighty Danube River is joined by both the Inn River and the Ilz River, Passau is a historic town that can trace its roots back to the 2nd Century BC. n Choose from the following (included) to enhance your experience: o Walking tour of Passau o Biking tour of Passau o Guided hike up to the “Veste Oberhaus” fortress. n Your cruise finishes in Vilshofen, where you will enjoy an Exclusive Oktoberfest celebration.

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Yukon & Alaska Double Denali with Three-Night Cruise Aboard Holland America Volendam

13 Days - July 10-22, 2020

Inside Passage, Alaska

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Highlights Accomodations in Anchorage, Alaska 2 nights at the new Denali Square at the McKinley

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Featured Cruises: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers. See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles. Explore the beauty and majesty of Denali National Park with a 2-night stay, and an included Tundra Wilderness Tour. Relive Klondike Gold Rush history in Yukon’s Dawson City. Then, board the luxurious Holland America Line, Volendam. Elegant and spacious, Volendam takes her décor cues from the garden. Her grand public spaces are graced with floral fabrics and tapestries, as well as huge vases of fresh floral arrangements.

Holland America “Volendam”

Anchorage, Alaska

Dawson City, Yukon, Canada

n After long and dark winters, Alaskans love their summers. The city plants thousands of flowers to celebrate the arrival of warmer months and days that last as long as 19 hours. n You have the afternoon and evening to explore Anchorage at your leisure.

n Old-time wooden boardwalks connect frontier-era buildings in the Yukon Territory’s original capital. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Dawson City experience: o Diamond Tooth Gertie’s casino & show o Dawson City and Gold fields tour o Gold Bottom mining o Top of the Dome – Midnight Dome View o Tombstone Park tour

Denali National Park, Alaska n With more than six million acres of pristine Alaska wilderness, Denali National Park with its abundant and easily viewable wildlife and North America’s tallest peak will be sure to make this experience memorable. n Choose from the following to enhance your Denali experience: o Denali Glacier helicopter landing o Denali Heli-Hiking by helicopter o Denali peak flightseeing o 3 levels of Nenana river rafting o Music of Denali BBQ Dinner & show o Husky Homestead Tour – Iditarod experience o Denali flightseeing with Glacier landing by airplane o Tundra Mountain golfing o Fly fishing for Arctic Grayling

Fairbanks, Alaska

Denali, Alaska

Skagway, Alaska

n Called the “Golden Heart”, Alaska’s second-largest city was born of gold rush fever, thanks to Italian immigrant Felix Pedro who found the precious metal near where Captain E.T. Barnette decided to build a trading post. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Fairbanks experience: o Journey above the Arctic Circle, Fort Yukon, & the Yukon River o Alaska Salmon Bake & Palace Theatre Revue o Chena Hot Springs and Ice Museum tour o Arctic Circle air adventure o Fairbanks highlight adventure o Midnight Sun ATV adventure o Backstage pass to Trail Breaker Kennels – meet the dogs o Aurora Borealis viewing o Arctic Circle air adventure (Evening)

Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada n Northern Canada’s largest city sprang from frontier roots. During the Klondike Gold Rush, prospectors washed up here, past two major river obstacles: Miles Canyon and the Whitehorse Rapids. Now the territory’s capital, Whitehorse stands at Historic Mile 918 of the Alaska Highway and has the world’s lowest level of metropolitan air pollution. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Whitehorse experience: o Miles Canyon nature walk o Taste of the Yukon Sled dog tour & dinner o Whitehorse City explorer by bicycle o Backcountry ATV adventure

Skagway, Alaska n At the height of the Gold Rush, Skagway served as the primary gateway to the legendary gold fields, and quickly grew into Alaska’s largest settlement -- a raucous frontier hub packed with trading posts, saloons and guesthouses. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Skagway experience: o White Pass Summit scenic railroad o Gold panning, sled dogs, & 40 degrees below zero o Legends & Lies: A Gold Rush saloon experience o Hands-on taste of Alaska, in partnership with Food & Wine Magazine o Ghosts & Goodtime girls walking tour o Skagway street car city tour o Glacier discovery by helicopter n Board the Volendam and leisurely cruise Glacier Bay, with a stop in colorful Ketchikan. n Enjoy scenic cruising on the Inside Passage. n Arrive and disembark in Vancouver, British Columbia. 89


Grapes Gardens & Galas Aboard Oceania Regatta 10 Days - September 22-30, 2020

Golden Gate Bridge, San Fransico, CA

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Featured Cruises: Enjoy carefree travel along with a variety of excursion options while cruising the world’s greatest oceans, seas and rivers. See pages 6-7 for more information on our travel styles.

Make your way along California’s revered wine route, stopping at destinations showcasing some of the world’s best vintages. From the exclusive enclaves of Catalina Island and Monterey to the unmistakable silhouette of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, this journey is also punctuated with a relaxing interlude in sunlit Mexico.

The Oceania All New Regatta AMA Magna

“La Bufadora” Geyser

Catalina Island

San Francisco, California

n Just off the coast of Southern California, lovely Catalina Island offers endless adventures on both land and sea. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Catalina Island experience: o Moonstone Glass-Bottom Boat o Sea Wolf Undersea Adventure o Ocean Runner Adventure o Descanso Beach Break o East End Adventure o Skyline Drive Historical Tour o Avalon Scenic Drive

n World famous icons like the Golden Gate Bridge, clanging streetcars, rolling fog and impossibly steep hills, it’s no wonder that scenic San Francisco never fails to capture your heart. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your San Francisco experience: o Napa Valley Wine Train Gourmet Lunch (Full Day Tour) o Alcatraz and Sausalito o City Tour “Views of San Francisco”

Ensenada, Mexico

Gourmet Dining

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n A sportsman’s paradise with popular pursuits including surfing, sport fishing, sea kayaking, horseback riding and mountain biking. n Choose from the following adventures to enhance your Ensenada experience: o A Taste of Mexico o Town and Country & Wine Tasting o Ensenada Town & Tequila Experience o Marine Geyser “La Bufadora” & Shopping o Rosarito Beach Party o Jeep Adventure o City Landmarks, Wine Tasting & Shopping n Relaxing day sailing in International Waters.

Monterey, California n Rugged cliffs, lush cypress and blue waters of the Monterey Peninsula are so stunningly beautiful that one of the area’s most famous attractions is simply a 17mile drive along the coast.

Santa Barbara, California n Known as The American Riviera, the enchanting town of Santa Barbara is nestled between the picturesque coastline of its southern shores and the verdant Santa Ynez Mountains rising steeply to the north.

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Reservation Guidelines Fully Escorted Tours: On every Legacy Travel Group Overland Journey*, Air, Land & Sea Discoveries*, Global Exploration*, Engaging Escapes* and Featured Cruises*, you will have a dedicated, enthusiastic and professional Legacy Travel Group team member with you on your tour. Please Note: Depending on the Way to Travel selected (* above), your Legacy Travel Group team member may greet you at your tour start location. Please see pages 6 -7 for information on Ways to Travel and your specific tour itinerary for more detailed tour information. On Preferred Partner Spotlight Tours*, you will be greeted by the Preferred Partner tour manager at your tour start location.

Transportation, Hotels & Meals: Motorcoach tours: For your enjoyment and comfort, depending on the tour destination and itinerary inclusions, Legacy Travel Group may adjust the size of the motorcoach to allow for more inclusive location access.

Air Tours: On Air, Land & Sea Discoveries*, Global Exploration*, and Engaging Escapes* tours, group air transportation is available as an optional upgrade package, and includes convenient pick-up and drop-off services. Our usual airport for departure and return is Chicago O’Hare, but please feel free to contact one of our Legacy Travel Group consultants for more information or alternative air gateways. Legacy Travel Group may not be able to always get the seat that you request (based on availability) and cannot guarantee the flight will be non-stop. Air tickets must match the Government issued photo ID that you will be using. Because of this requirement, Legacy Travel Group agents require a copy of your Photo ID before ticketing your air.

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Please Note: Featured cruises*: Please check with the cruise line for their air schedules and recommendations. Preferred Partner Spotlight Tours*: You are responsible for making your own air reservations and airport transfers that fit your preferred location and schedule. Should you wish, one of our Legacy Travel Group consultants may assist you in booking your air reservations.

Ocean & River Cruise Vacations: To meet a variety of tastes, Legacy Travel Group selects cruises for value, diversity in exciting destinations and unique experiences. Legacy Travel Group will book the cabin category you request subject to availability. For cruises, the following documents are required for U.S. citizens: 1) A completed Passenger Declaration Form that we will send to you and must be returned to us before final payment, 2) A valid passport, and 3) Non-US citizens must carry their Permanent Resident Green Card (form I-551).

Hotel accommodations: A restful and relaxing night is important in your homeaway-from-home. Legacy Travel Group’s goal is to stay at 4-Star or better hotels and resorts. Please Note: Triple occupancy: Should you choose to occupy a room on a triple basis (3 people in one room) we cannot guarantee that there will be three beds available, that the room will comfortably accommodate a roll-away bed or that the roll-away will be as comfortable as a regular bed. Single occupancy: If you purchase a single reservation, this applies to the single accommodation in the hotel only and not to a single row on the motorcoach.

Meals: For your enjoyment, while on tour, Legacy Travel Group attempts whenever possible to support local businesses by dining at locally-owned restaurants. We feel this is important in two ways: 1) Locally owned businesses are the foundation for building strong and vibrant communities, and 2) Many times, unique cultural recipes to tempt the taste buds, a special setting or location, a historical theme and/or unique entertainment may be highlighted as part of the meal. Included meals are clearly noted in each day’s itinerary. B=Full Breakfast; DCB=Deluxe Continental Breakfast; CB=Continental Breakfast; L=Lunch; BR=Brunch and D=Dinner.

What Is Included: Please see specific itineraries for listed tour package inclusions. On motorcoach tours, Legacy Travel Group provides accommodations for one large suitcase per person. Please note: Should you wish to add supplementary pieces of luggage, there may be additional charges. There is no charge for carry-on luggage on motorcoach tours. Please note: Carry-ons are the responsibility of each traveler.

What Is Not Included: Personal expenses, incidental hotel charges such as movies, telephone calls, room service, laundry, meals not listed, alcoholic beverages, mini-bar charges, luggage fees and additional fuel surcharges as imposed by airlines or cruise lines are not included in the price of the tour. Gratuities for tour managers and drivers are also not included in tour cost.

Seat Rotation: To give every traveler an equal opportunity to see the sights, we follow a seat rotation policy on our motorcoach tours.


Smoking Policy: No smoking is permitted on any of our motorcoaches. In the hotels, we reserve non-smoking rooms. If you smoke in your non-smoking room, the hotel will charge you a minimum of $200 cleanup fee.

Baggage Responsibility: Every effort is made to handle guests’ luggage carefully. We cannot be responsible, assume liability or accept claims for loss or damage to luggage and personal effects due to breakage, theft, wear and tear or through hotel, airline and other group carrier handling.

Travel Documents: Documents are mailed approximately 10 days prior to departure.

Departure Locations: As appropriate for your tour, please check with Legacy Travel Group agents for pickup locations near you. Please note: We cannot guarantee the vehicle used for your transfer or that you will be the only passenger in the vehicle. After we have scheduled your pick-up and documents have been issued there will be a $50 per person fee charged for changing or altering your pick-up location.

Deposit & Trip Cancellation/ Interruption Protection: Deposit & Trip Cancellation/ Interruption Protection: A deposit, due within five (5) days of making your reservation, will hold your reservation. Each tour has the deposit requirement listed on that tour’s specific itinerary.

Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection: For your financial protection and peace of mind, Legacy Travel Group recommends the purchase of Trip Cancellation/Interruption Insurance. Protection is available at an additional

cost on all tour and cruise programs. Travel Protection payments are not refundable. Please check with a Legacy Travel Group team member for your home state’s requirements for purchasing Trip Cancellation/Interruption Protection insurance.

Methods of Payment: Payments may be made by cash, personal check, American Express, MasterCard, Visa or Discover credit cards.

Extreme Circumstances: In the event of an act of God, war (declared or undeclared), terrorism, accident, natural disaster, outbreak of disease or other events beyond our control, Legacy Travel Group reserves the right to issue a credit for future travel with Legacy Travel Group in lieu of a money back refund.

Secure Flight Program: Airlines require government issued identification to be presented at the airport prior to boarding which shows proof of Last Name, First Name, Middle Name, Date of Birth, and Gender. Legacy Travel Group requires receipt of copies before final payment.

Membership: Please check the Activity Level on page 7 associated with each tour to make sure it is the right fit for you. Tour membership is open to all travelers and will not be withheld if Legacy Travel Group can furnish special requirements an individual may need. Should meeting these requirements materially add to Legacy Travel Group’s cost, the tour member will be expected to pay any associated costs. Legacy Travel Group and our tour manager retain the right to terminate the membership of

any member if any physical or mental handicap becomes apparent while on tour and causes hardship for the tour manager and /or other tour members. Legacy Travel Group is not responsible for any losses or damages to personal property, or for injuries, expenses or damages incurred or claims by any tour member. Legacy Travel Group is unable to provide transportation for travel home other than the transportation scheduled on the return date. Children must be at least 8 years old for motorcoach tours. Should you need a wheelchair on tour, there must be someone accompanying you that can push your chair. Tour managers, drivers or fellow passengers are not able to accommodate this need.

Responsibility: Programs are operated by Legacy Travel Group, or carefully selected Preferred Partners. Legacy Travel Group and the Preferred Partners are not responsible for any personal injuries, property damage, or other loss or expense arising out of the negligence or acts of any air carrier, hotel, cruise line or anyone rendering any of these services, nor shall they be responsible or liable for any loss, damage, injury or expense arising from any causes beyond their control, including (but not limited to) acts of God, riots, theft, epidemics, quarantines, floods, storms, strikes, medical or customs regulations, dangers incident to the sea, or air, strikes, acts of Government or other authorities (de jure or de facto), defaults, delays or cancellations of or changes in itineraries or schedules or for any loss or damage resulting from insufficient or improperly issued passports or visas.

Prices Subject to Change & Brochure Revisions: In the event a supplier adjusts the cost of a tour component, the dollar weakens against foreign currency, departure taxes

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Reservation Guidelines change or fuel surcharges are assessed to us, Legacy Travel Group reserves the right to adjust the tour price up to the time of departure. Prices and cancellation penalties in this current brochure supersede any previously published prices. We reserve the right to correct any error in pricing, tour dates and inclusions on any tour.

Travel Deviations: There will be a $100 minimum per person charge for deviations from the listed tour departure or return dates. Changes to reservations after final payment is received and / or documents have been issued are considered a cancellation and charges may apply. Once any special tickets have been purchased, the tour is not refundable.

Identification Requirements State-issued driver’s license or identification cards All air passengers 18 years of age or older are required to have valid identification to fly within the United States. Beginning October 1, 2020, the REAL ID Act goes into effect. The Real ID Act establishes minimum security standards for state-issued driver’s licenses and

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identification cards. The Act also prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official purposes licenses and identification cards that do not meet these standards. Real ID drivers’ licenses and identification cards will usually show a gold star in the upper right-hand corner.

• Please Note: Travelers without proper documentation will not be entitled to a refund when they are denied travel.

Should you not have a Real ID, you may obtain one by contacting your state driver’s license agency for required documentation. You will need to go in person to present your documentation in order to get your REAL ID.

For more information on Real IDs, please review the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) website at: www.dhs.gov/real-id.

Passports • For United States’ citizens travelling to Canada and Mexico, on Caribbean Cruises, and ALL International Tour & Cruise Destinations a passport valid for at least six months after the return date of tour is required. • Non-citizens must have a valid passport (note: check to ascertain any validity restrictions), visa or alien card which permits re-entry. • The United States, Canada and many other countries have agreements barring any border crossings by people with a criminal history. Even a minor criminal conviction 50 years ago may cause entry to be refused. If asked about your criminal history, you

must answer truthfully. Information regarding each country’s entry restrictions will be found on their immigration website.

For a complete list of acceptable forms of identification for boarding aircraft, please see the TSA’s website at www.tsa.gov. You may also contact your local Edgerton Travel office to obtain a list of tours where these new regulations may apply. Phone: 800-421-3330 or Email: www.fancyfreeholidays.com


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