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New England Fall Foliage Spectacular



This is the trip of a lifetime! Nothing quite prepares you for the unbelievable experience of touring the New England states during the fall when Mother Nature paints the landscape with brilliant and blazing hues of orange, red, and yellow. The fall colors of the New England states are widely regarded as the most amazing in the world and we will take you to some of the best places to experience them on this incredible journey.

1 • Sun: Fly to the historic city fondly known as “Bean Town” where our amazing tour begins. Boston Area: Four Points by Sheraton in Revere, MA (D) 

2 • Mon: A guided tour of this historic city takes us along the Freedom Trail, viewing such sites as the Old South Meeting House, Kings Chapel and Burying Ground, Park Street Church, the Old State House, and beautiful Boston Common,  the oldest public garden in America. Perhaps we’ll make a picture stop at the Bull and Finch Pub - known to most as Cheers. We visit Faneuil Hall for lunch on our own and time to shop. Then depart for the Berkshire Hills, enjoying the beautiful colors as we travel through the Pioneer Valley! Visit the famous Norman Rockwell Museum located in the beautiful town of Stockbridge before arriving to our hotel. Pittsfield, MA: Hilton Garden Inn (B,D)

3 • Tue Journey north into the Green Mountains of Vermont. In Bennington, visit a local farm for tasting of local fare. On to the beautiful village of Manchester for free time to shop, explore, and enjoy lunch. Then visit Robert Todd Lincoln’s Hildene, home of Abraham Lincoln’s descendants until 1975. Tour the restored 24-room Georgian Revival mansion, hear the 1908 Aeolian Organ, and explore the magnificent gardens. Our lodging for two nights is nestled in the mountains of Vermont. Burlington, VT: Holiday Inn (B,D)

4 • Wed: We tour through northern Vermont today enjoying the splendid foliage and countryside. Visit the Rock of Ages Granite Quarry where a guide steps aboard to tour us around the 50-acre, 600 foot deep quarry! Next it’s on to a traditional Maple Sugar house for a demonstration and syrup tasting. Then we continue on to Waterbury and visit the Cold Hollow Cider Mill to watch cider making and enjoy free samples of cider and other Vermont specialty foods. We will enjoy free time in the beautiful village of Stowe before returning to the Inn. (B)

5 • Thu: Today we enter White Mountains of New Hampshire, traveling on into Bretton Woods to the historic Mount Washington Hotel. A grand masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture, the hotel was a two-year labor of love for 250 master craftsmen. Conceived by industrialist Joseph Stickney, this National Historic Landmark opened in 1902 and immediately became a favorite summer haunt for poets, presidents, and princes. Enjoy a the hotel’s delicious grand buffet luncheon, followed by a guided tour of this magnificent hotel. Then we’ll venture to the Mount Washington Cog Railway for an unforgettable and exciting “once in a lifetime” railing experience. In 1869, the Cog Railway was an engineering marvel, a technology of toothed cog gears, rack rails and tilted boilers. Enjoy a rare glimpse of this world gone by while enjoying spectacular views as we travel up some of the steepest railroad tracks in existence. This afternoon we’ll check into our resort hotel for a two night stay. North Conway, NH: Fox Ridge Resort (B,L)

6 • Fri: We continue through the White Mountains and into the Lake Region today. Arrive at Weir’s Beach to board the M/S Mount Washington for a scenic cruise on Lake Winnipesaukee, the state’s largest and most beautiful lake. Then enjoy free time in the charming village of Wolfeboro. This afternoon visit Castle in the Clouds, nestled high atop the Ossipee Mountain Range. Thomas Plant’s spectacular Arts & Crafts mansion was built by over 1200 craftsmen at a cost of over $1 million in 1914. This New Hampshire icon is wonderfully preserved to give a real sense of how country life was lived by the fabulously wealthy at the turn of the century. En route back to our hotel, enjoy views of Squam Lake where On Golden Pond was filmed and travel along Kancamagus Highway one of the country’s most scenic byways. (B,D)

7 • Sat: Depart for down east Maine and begin with a tour of the popular summer resort of Kennebunkport. Its quaint setting appeals to artists, writers, and presidents. A scenic drive along the ocean to Walker’s Point passes the well-known summer home of past President George H.W. Bush. Continue on to the seaside village of Ogunquit, named by the Abenaki Indians meaning Beautiful Place by the Sea. Board the Finest Kind cruises for a first-hand lobstering experience! Then on to the villages of York with a visit to one of the most photographed lighthouses in the country, Cape Neddick Light, popularly known as The Nubble. Tonight we partake in a traditional down east Clambake and a chance to try Maine lobster! Portsmouth, NH: Hampton Inn (B,D)

8 • Sun: This morning we fly home with fond memories of our New England Fall Foliage experience! (B)

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Tour Inclusions
• Round-trip airfare
• 5 dinners, 1 lunch, 7 breakfasts
• All admission and sightseeing charges

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Tour Details
Length:
8 Days, 7 Nights
Dates:
10/01/17 - 10/08/17
Tour Director:
Shannon Runca  Read Bio...
Price:
$3,775.00pp/dbl occ
$4,485.00single
$500.00deposit
Pickup Cities:
Manteca
Modesto
Oakdale
Turlock

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