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Day 1: Cincinnati game one


Travel to Cincinnati and see the first of two games and the division rival Reds, the surprising winners of a 2020 wild card playoff berth. Spend two nights in the Queen City. D


Day 2: Cincinnati game two


Experience the powerful story of struggles for freedom around the world at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Enjoy a free afternoon before another exciting game at Great American Ballpark. Will someone hit a homer to right into the Ohio River today? B, D


Day 3: Cleveland


Travel to Cleveland and check into the impressive new Drury Plaza Cleveland Downtown. A former Board of Education Building, the Plaza has been completely renovated into a luxury hotel featuring incredible murals in the lobby painted in 1931 by Cora Holden. Located just a few blocks from Progressive Field, the Drury Plaza is an ideal location to experience the excitement of downtown Cleveland. B, hot apps


Day 4: Cleveland game one


Learn about steel barons, Playhouse Square (the largest performing arts center in the country outside NYC), the day Lake Erie caught fire and much more during a local guided tour of Cleveland. B, L


Day 5: Cleveland game two


Featuring expansive views of Lake Erie, the I.M. Pei designed Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum houses millions of iconic Rock and Roll artifacts, exhibits and pictures that will thrill any fan of Rock. B, hot apps


Day 6: Return home B 

  • Trip Code: OH210724
  • Departure Date: July 24 2021
  • Return Date: July 29 2021
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A custom Sunrise itinerary featuring a visit to Downton Abbey’s Highclere Castle and the world-famous Edinburgh Tattoo

Day 1: Overnight flight (D, B included in flight)

Day 2: London Arrive this morning and begin a British extravaganza with a guided panoramic tour of London. See Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the London Eye and much more before checking into the Lancaster Gate Hotel, located just steps from Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, for a two-night stay. D

Day 3: London

Visit Westminster Abbey. An integral part of London’s history for almost 1,000 years, it has been the site of every coronation since 1066, numerous royal weddings and the funeral of Princess Diana. Enter the Tower of London to learn of its fascinating (and sometimes bloody) history and get an up-close view of the Crown Jewels. B, D

Day 4: Stonehenge and Highclere Castle

Mysterious and magical, Stonehenge is Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument, built in stages from 3,000 BC. Enjoy a tour of Highclere Castle and Gardens, site of the PBS hit TV series and movie, Downton Abbey. The privately-owned castle is open for tours on a very limited schedule – don’t miss out! Continue to the Georgian town of Bath for an overnight stay at the four-star Abbey Hotel. B, D

Day 5: Bath - Stratford Upon Avon

Located on the site of ancient springs, extensive Roman Baths offer a glimpse into the ancient civilization’s impact on southern England. Explore Shakespeare’s hometown, Stratford-Upon-Avon, and see the house and impressive gardens where the famous bard was born and grew up. Check into the Marriott Liverpool City for a two-night stay. B, D

Day 6: “The Beatles”

An immersive journey at The Beatles Story Museum explains how four young lads from Liverpool were propelled to dizzying heights of fame and fortune from humble beginnings. Visit the Cavern Club, where the Beatles made their first appearance in February 1961 after playing extensively in Germany. They would play the Cavern Club 292 times from 1961-1963. Board the Mersey Ferry for views of Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage riverfront. B, D

Day 7: Lake District

A scenic drive through England’s Lake District National Park features incredible views of Lake Windermere, made famous in the writings of Beatrix Potter. Cross into Scotland at Gretna Green, the first village in Scotland on the old coach route from London to Edinburgh and site of countless “runaway marriages” over the years. Overnight at the Village Hotel Glasgow. B, D

Day 8: Loch Ness

Continue north to the Scottish Highlands, a land of romance and dramatic landscapes, where sharp eyes will come in handy on a cruise of Loch Ness, the inky home of mythical Nessie. Enjoy a three-night stay in the Highlands at the Craiglynne Hotel, located just a short walk to the town center of Grantown-on-Spey. The hotel dates back to Victorian times and is located just outside Cairgorns National Park, a perfect location from which to explore the region. B, D

Day 9: Eilean Donan Castle

Dating back to 1214, Eilean Donan Castle stands on an islet connected to a causeway in Loch Duich. One of the most famous in Scotland, the completely restored castle has been featured in many movies (including Highlander) and displays fine furniture and paintings from its storied history. B, D

Day 10: Glenlivet Distillery

Taste a bit of Scotland on a visit to the Glenlivet Distillery, set high in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains in one of the most scenic glens in the Scottish Highlands. Feel the ancient history of Scotland with a visit to Clava Cairns, a circular chamber tomb from the Bronze Age common to the region. B, D

Day 11: Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Explore Blair Castle, the traditional seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl and home of the only private army in Europe – the Atholl Highlanders. The interactive British Golf Museum tells the story of the national game and some of its most famous champions. A sure highlight of your vacation, the world-famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo is an unforgettable spectacle! Performed by British Armed Forces and international military bands, the Tattoo is televised in over 40 countries and watched by hundreds of millions, but nothing compares to the sounds and sights of experiencing it in person! Spend two nights at the Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh Murrayfield. B, D

Day 12: Edinburgh

Housing the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny, Edinburgh Castle is one of the most imposing fortresses in the world. Explore the Royal Yacht Britannia, launched in 1953 and host to the Royal Family for 968 official voyages until its retirement in 1997. The official residence of the Queen in Scotland, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, was the home of Mary, Queen of Scots for six years and where Prince Charles Edward Stewart held court in 1745. Cap your Scottish experience with another night of entertainment at the Taste of Scotland Show at Prestonfield House. B, D

Day 13: Fly home from Edinburgh

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  • Trip Code: EN210801
  • Departure Date: August 01 2021
  • Return Date: August 13 2021
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Day 1: Fly to Boston Area

Board a flight for Boston and travel north to central Maine for a one-night stay. D

Day 2: Bar Harbor

Travel “down east” to picturesque Bar Harbor, Maine. Nowhere along the Atlantic seaboard is the “stern and rockbound coast” more picturesque than Acadia National Park! With a local expert, explore the Loop Road, including stops for pictures of Cadillac Mountain and more. Enjoy a delightful dinner at the Jordan Pond House and a special overnight stay at the Bluenose Inn with sweeping views of Frenchman Bay. B, D

Day 3: Bay of Fundy Ferry

With passports in hand we are off to St. John, New Brunswick to board a ferry for a cruise across the Bay of Fundy, one of Canada’s Natural Wonders. En route, you may spot a whale playing in the high tides before arriving in coastal Digby, Nova Scotia. From there travel across scenic Nova Scotia to Halifax for a twonight stay near the Harbor Waterfront. B, D

Day 4: Peggy’s Cove and Halifax

Today is full of history and fun, so bring your cameras and sunglasses! Make the journey to picturesque Peggy’s Cove to visit the rustic charm of this famous fishing village and lighthouse. Our local guide will lead us back to Halifax to explore its legacy and charm. B, D

Day 5: Baddeck

After a leisurely breakfast, take time to explore more of historic downtown Halifax on your own. Continue to Baddeck, Nova Scotia for a two-night stay at the Silver Dart Lodge, a huge hit with past Sunrise travelers, and experience their warm Cape Breton hospitality. B, D

Day 6: Cabot Trail

Spend the day on one of Canada’s most famous scenic drives – The Cabot Trail. Stop to visit the “hookers” making rugs and take many photos from viewpoints high above the Atlantic Ocean. B, L

Day 7: Prince Edward Island

Visit one of Canada’s most popular sites, the impressive Alexander Graham Bell Museum overlooking Bras d’Or Lake. Cross the Northumberland Strait to Prince Edward Island aboard MV Holiday Island Ferry, featuring outdoor seating with stunning views and indoor seating with music and entertainment for a two-night stay in Charlottetown, PEI. B, D

Day 8: Prince Edward Island

Explore this intriguing island and visit Anne of Green Gables sites, beautiful coastlines and quaint villages. Enjoy Cavendish Boardwalk before dinner and a performance at the premier Confederation of the Arts Centre Theatre (Show TBD). B, D

Day 9: St. John, NB

Cross the picturesque, nine-mile Confederation Bridge into New Brunswick to see a natural phenomenon – the Hopewell Rocks – you must see them to believe them! Dine at the historic Union Club, founded in 1884, before checking into the luxurious Chateau Saint John. B, D

Day 10: St. Andrews

Visit the seaside town of St. Andrews before we continue to central Maine and a farewell dinner at the Governor Hill Mansion, a grand Colonial Revival home built with brick from St. Louis! Overnight in central Maine. B, D

Day 11: Return flight home from Boston B

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  • Trip Code: CN210808
  • Departure Date: August 08 2021
  • Return Date: August 18 2021
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Day 1: South Sioux City, IA D

Day 2: Rapid City, SD

Explore the impressive Badlands of South Dakota today and enjoy dinner at the famous Wall Drug Store and a twonight stay in Rapid City, SD. B, D

Day 3: Rapid City, SD

A local guide will take us to visit Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Monument and the Black Hills. Travel to Custer State Park featuring 71,000 acres of unspoiled land, pristine lakes and roaming buffalo. Enjoy a Buffalo Safari Jeep Tour into one of the largest herds of bison in North America. Enjoy lunch in the historic State Game Lodge where Presidents Eisenhower and Coolidge dined. B, L

Day 4: Cody, WY

En route to Cody, WY see Devil’s Tower and pass through the beautiful Big Horn Mountains. Tonight, we will relax in the comforts of Cody Cowboy Village, a luxury log cabin lodging surrounded by scenic mountains to be enjoyed from the chairs on your cabin’s porch. Dinner and entertainment at the acclaimed Cody Cattle Company this evening. B, D

Day 5: Yellowstone National Park

Visit the Buffalo Bill Center of the West before traveling into Yellowstone National Park. Unpack your bags for a two-night stay at the newly remodeled Grant Village, located near the West Thumb inside the park, which affords us easy access to the many sites featured in the first national park in the world. B, D

Day 6: Yellowstone comes alive!

Bring your cameras and be prepared to enjoy the best of Yellowstone with a ranger guide, a day of geological wonders and plenty of wildlife. Enjoy dinner in the Old Faithful Inn, one of the few remaining log hotels in the United States and featuring a 65-foot ceiling in the lobby and the rhyolite fireplace. B, D

Day 7: Jackson, WY

Head south to Moose, Wyoming and follow your nose towards the aromatic campfire smoke to savor a good old-fashioned Dornan’s Chuckwagon lunch. Enjoy a scenic float on the Snake River with the Grand Tetons as the backdrop and a narration about the region’s wildlife, history, and geology. Continue into historic Jackson for leisure time to explore Jackson Square and a two-night stay. B, L

Day 8: Jackson, WY

Tour the National Museum of Wildlife Art overlooking the National Elk Refuge and enjoy a free afternoon in Jackson. B

Day 9: Cheyenne, WY

Enjoy a guided tour of the Wyoming Frontier Prison whose colorful past is a remnant of the grizzly old west and roll into Cheyenne for dinner and an overnight stay. B, D

Day 10: Union Pacific Rail Line

The East meets West on the Rail Line in North Platte, NE where a visit to the Golden Spike Tower starts with a BBQ lunch and a guided tour of the Canteen and Tower with impressive view of the world’s largest railroad yard. More than 150 trains and 10,000 rail cars a day enter Bailey Yard! Overnight in Lincoln, NE. B, L

Day 11: Return home B

  • Trip Code: WY210814
  • Departure Date: August 14 2021
  • Return Date: August 24 2021
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Discover the power of Yosemite to move your spirit just as John Muir called it “Nature’s Temple”

Day 1: Fly into San Francisco area D

Day 2: Yosemite National Park

Travel south along the east side of El Dorado National Forest to Yosemite National Park, our nation’s 3rd designated national park. Get your first looks at the strength of the granite, the beauty of the waterfalls and the tranquility of the High Sierra travelling across Tioga Road through Yosemite Valley! Continue west to El Portal to unpack your bags for a 2-night stay on the western edge of Yosemite at the comfortable Yosemite View Lodge featuring rooms overlooking the scenic Merced River. B, D

Day 3: Yosemite Valley

Awake to the impressive scenery and travel into the park to the award-winning Majestic Lodge Dining Room for a gourmet lunch. Explore the rugged beauty of Yosemite Valley this afternoon aboard an open-air tram and discover views of waterfalls, deep valleys and rock formations. With such spectacular scenery, it’s easy to grasp why Yosemite is one of the nation’s most photographed parks! B, L

Day 4: Sequoia National Park

The sounds and scenes from the era of steam powered railroad logging come to life aboard the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad. After a delicious lunch, travel south to Sequoia National Park; the 2nd US national park designated in 1890. Unpack for 2 nights in the park at Wuksachi Lodge. Surrounded by the sequoia forest and soaring Sierra peaks, the alpine, rustic mountain lodge promises a distinctive relaxing stay. Perhaps a “walk in the park” in the fresh air this evening? B, L

Day 5: Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

After breakfast, it’s time to explore Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks with a guide from the Sequoia Field Institute. These parks are home to giants: immense mountains, deep canyons and huge trees. Take a deep breath of the pine-scented fresh air and behold one of the oldest living things in the world, the General Grant Tree, named the Nation’s Christmas Tree by Calvin Coolidge in 1926. Return to the hotel for dinner. B, L, D

Day 6: Tumpisa

Cross the edge of the Mojave Desert into Death Valley National Park. Named by Native Americans as “Tumpisa” meaning rock paint for its clay bottom, the Valley is known as having the lowest point in the western hemisphere. Our overnight stay puts us right in the center of the Park at the newly renovated and rebranded The Ranch at Death Valley! Take a swim in a spring fed pool and enjoy the stars which blanket the brilliant sky. B, D

Day 7: Death Valley National Park

Embark on a journey of a wonderland that stretches as far as the eye can see on a guided tour of Death Valley National Park. Our guide from the Field Institute will share all the interesting features and stories of the Park including the stunning Mesquite Flats, Stovepipe Wells, Zabriski Point and Badwater. This evening, travel to Las Vegas, NV and The Golden Nugget for an overnight stay. B, D

Day 8: Return flight home

  • Trip Code: CA210820
  • Departure Date: August 20 2021
  • Return Date: August 27 2021
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Day 1: Dakota Dunes

Saddle up for our Dakota Adventure! Travel to Dakota Dunes, SD for dinner and an overnight stay. D

Day 2: Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, the largest city in South Dakota, is our first stop in the Dakotas. Take a guided tour of the U.S.S. South Dakota Battleship Memorial, commemorating the lead ship of her class in the United States Navy from 1942 to 1947. After a visit to the triple waterfall at Falls Park and lunch at the Falls Overlook Cafe, visit the largest collection of art by renowned American artist Terry Redlin at the Redlin Art Center. B, L

Day 3: Bismarck

Tour the Hjemkomst Interpretive Center in Moorhead, MN including a Hopperstad Stave Church replica and the Hjemkomst Viking Ship. Journey across North Dakota to the capital city of Bismarck. Experience the state’s 600 million years of geologic past during a visit to the North Dakota Heritage Center. Head west into the North Dakota Badlands for a 2-night stay at the historic Rough Riders Hotel in the heart of downtown Medora. B, D

Day 4: Exploring Medora

Join our local expert for a guided tour of Theodore Roosevelt National Park, a habitat for bison, elk and prairie dogs where the Great Plains meets the rugged Badlands. Spend afternoon leisure time in the authentic Old West town of Medora or enjoy more time in the park and the Painted Canyon. Enjoy the nationally-acclaimed Pitchfork Steak Fondue dinner before we mosey over to the Burning Hills Amphitheatre for a live performance of the musical variety show, Medora Musical. B, D

Day 5: Deadwood

Journey south into Deadwood, South Dakota and see firsthand where legendary wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and other gold rush characters made their name in the historic town that puts the “wild” in Wild West. Continue into the Black Hills for a stop at Wind Cave National Park, where bison and elk roam on the prairie, and one of the most complex cave systems in the world is hidden below. Check in for a 2-night stay in Rapid City. B, L

Day 6: Black Hills

Enjoy spectacular close-ups as we take a jeep tour amidst herds of buffalo and elk through the rolling hills of Custer State Park. After lunch at the State Game Lodge, learn about the heritage of the plains Sioux at Crazy Horse Memorial and visit the iconic Mt. Rushmore National Monument, including a unique view and photo stop at the side profile of George Washington. B, L

Day 7: Badlands National Park

Experience the rugged beauty of Badlands National Park on a morning drive. Look for bighorn sheep and prairie dogs as you wind through the colorful geological formations that contain one of the world’s richest fossil beds. Visit the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site and Delta-9 Silo, where a missile from the Cold War arms race sits beneath the prairie. Continue to the capital of South Dakota, Pierre, for an overnight stay. B, D

Day 8: De Smet

After a guided tour of the South Dakota State Capitol building, head south to De Smet, the childhood home of writer Laura Ingalls Wilder and the setting of six of her books. Enjoy a guided tour and the chance to relive the pioneer days of growing up on the Dakota prairie. Overnight in Dakota Dunes. B, D

Day 9: Return home

Return to St. Louis with a greater appreciation of the days of yore in the Wild West. B

  • Trip Code: ND210826
  • Departure Date: August 26 2021
  • Return Date: September 03 2021
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Day 1: Nashville & Opryland Hotel

The International Bluegrass Music Museum features a Hall of Fame, instrument display and exhibits of great bluegrass musicians like genre creator Bill Monroe. Explore the history and hear a real bluegrass band before heading to Nashville with a song in your heart! Check into the legendary Gaylord Opryland Hotel where 9 acres of lush gardens and indoor pools at this iconic property will be a highlight. Cap the night with dinner and a show at the famous Grand Ole Opry, the heart and soul of country music. D

Day 2: Country Music Hall of Fame

Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, an immersive experience of the sights and sounds of this uniquely American form of music. Located in downtown Nashville, the Hall underwent a $100 million renovation and expansion in 2014, making it an essential stop in any music fan’s travels. Enjoy a “historic” tour of the Belle Meade Plantation, the scenic location of one of the most famous American thoroughbred farms of the 19th century. After lunch on Music Row, tour Nashville featuring Vanderbilt University, the Parthenon and more with a local guide. B, L

Day 3: Memphis

Tour the Johnny Cash Museum and taste a “Goo-Goo” before heading west to Memphis; the birthplace of great American music and home to the fabulous Blues, Rock ‘n Roll and Soul music sound. Take a peek inside the iconic Bass Bro Shop erected in the Memphis Pyramid. Check into the new hotel, The Guest House at Graceland, where the unique accommodations are inspired by warm hospitality even Elvis himself would expect. B, D

Day 4: Graceland

Explore Graceland, Elvis Presley’s 14-acre estate featuring his home, original business office, trophy building and Meditation Garden where Elvis and members of his family are laid to rest. Explore the new state of the art Elvis entertainment complex including the expansive Car Museum. Enjoy a local guided tour of Memphis with special attention paid to the music that has made Memphis famous. Find your rhythm and blues while listening to a local musician while savoring “supper” on Beale Street. B, D

Day 5: Return Home B

  • Trip Code: TN210902
  • Departure Date: September 02 2021
  • Return Date: September 06 2021
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Day 1: Port Washington, WI

Located on Lake Michigan, the charming community of Port Washington has been described as having “a New England fishing village charm.” Enjoy dinner with lake views at Sunrise favorite Newport Shores Restaurant. D

Day 2: Sturgeon Bay, WI

Ascend the Port Washington Lighthouse (optional) and continue to Manitowoc to explore the Wisconsin Maritime Museum including a docent-guided tour of USS Cobia, the nation’s most completely restored WWII submarine. Arrive in Door County, one of the top ten vacation destinations in North America as described by Money magazine. Enjoy free time in the lovely lakeside community of Sturgeon Bay and the hospitality and amenities of the waterfront Bridgeport Resort (or similar), home for the next three nights. B, D

Day 3: Door County

Travel to the quaint town of Fish Creek, the country’s “most walkable village” with amazing galleries, gift shops and casual outdoor eateries. You will have time to explore and eat lunch on your own; try one of their farm-to-table menus. This afternoon captures the spirit of Door Country on a “Fish Creek Boat Tour” that combines scenery, wildlife and human history. View the beautiful homes along “Millionaire’s (Cottage) Row”; then from Chambers Island “thread the needle” between Adventure and Strawberry Islands. Learn about the unique history of Sven’s Bluff, the 1900’s girls Camp Menagha and Door County’s early European settlers. Visit Peninsula State Park, the crown jewel of Wisconsin state parks, including a guided tour of one of the five historic lighthouses. Complete the day with an authentic Door County fish boil, watch the sunset and see the famous “boil over.” B, D

Day 4: Door County

Discover the Lake Michigan side of the peninsula with sandy beaches and rocky shoreline cliffs. Tour Bjorklunden’s Boynton Chapel and enjoy a leisurely walk along the shore in Whitefish Dunes State Park and learn about the limestone sea caves that are nestled along the sea line. Enjoy a relaxing evening at the Bridgeport or take a stroll along the lake or into Sturgeon Bay. B, L

Day 5: Wisconsin

Enjoy a behind-the-scenes tour of the famous Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, before we depart for southern Wisconsin. In Racine, tour the SC Johnson Company HQ, including the 1939 Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Administration Building, which has been recognized as one of the top 25 buildings of the 20th century. Overnight in Racine. B, D

Day 6: Return Home

Of course no visit to Wisconsin is complete without cheese! So before departing Wisconsin, visit a local cheese house for delicious samples and an opportunity to purchase favorites. Then it’s homeward bound – refreshed and rejuvenated from our Midwest Cape Cod experience. B

  • Trip Code: WI210906
  • Departure Date: September 06 2021
  • Return Date: September 11 2021
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Day 1: Cedar City, UT


Fly into Las Vegas and begin our journey west with a two-night stay in Cedar City, UT. D


Day 2: Zion National Park


Follow the lush Virgin River into Zion National Park where you will be surrounded by massive canyon walls and a unique landscape during our narrated open-air tram ride. Enjoy time to explore and lunch at the Red Rocks Grill before returning to Cedar City. B, L


Day 3: Bryce Canyon National Park


See one of America’s most colorful and aweinspiring National Parks up close with our local guide. Learn about the unique geology that created the unmistakable “hoodoos.” Continue through Central Utah’s rugged landscape to Moab for dinner and a 2-night stay. B, D


Day 4: Canyonlands and Arches National Parks


Venture into the desert wilderness of steep canyons and buttes with a guided tour of Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park, located 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River. After lunch, discover the world’s largest concentration of natural stone arches at Arches National Park. B, L


Day 5: Monument Valley


Head to Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park and learn about the Native American heritage of this area as we explore the back roads and wideopen spaces portrayed in many movies, from Stagecoach to Forest Gump. A Navajo guide will lead us on a 4-wheel drive tour to the most enduring and definitive images of the American West. Cross into Arizona for dinner and a 2-night stay at Lake Powell Resort. B, D


Day 6: Lake Powell


Enjoy a morning cruise on beautiful Lake Powell into the twisted, narrow slots of Antelope Canyon. Take a guided tour of the country’s second largest concrete arch dam, Glen Canyon Dam. Relax and enjoy time at one of the top resorts in the Southwest, just steps from the shores of Lake Powell. B, D


Day 7: Las Vegas


Spend your morning enjoying all that the resort has to offer or join an optional trip to the Horseshoe Bend Overlook, where the Colorado River takes a steep turn in the canyon below. Depart for a 2-night stay in Las Vegas, including time to explore this bustling city. B, D


Day 8: Grand Canyon West


Take a day trip to Grand Canyon West for an intimate look at one of nature’s most amazing wonders. Walk along the rim to enjoy the scenic view points, learn about the Hualapai Nation, and step out onto the glass-bottom Skywalk high above the canyon floor (additional expense). Return to Las Vegas. B, D


  • Trip Code: UT210908
  • Departure Date: September 08 2021
  • Return Date: September 16 2021
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Day 1: Ohio

Travel east through Ohio for an overnight stay. D

Day 2: Fishkill, NY

Journey across Pennsylvania to New York. Dine at Blu Pointe on the Hudson Restaurant featuring great views of the Hudson River. Travel to Fishkill, NY for a 2-night stay. B, D

Day 3: The Roosevelts

Get to know one of the 20th Century’s most admired women, Eleanor Roosevelt, in her modest home and private retreat, “Val-Kill”, with a guided tour. Continue the Roosevelt experience this afternoon with a guided tour of the lifelong home “Springwood”, museum, gardens and final resting place of America’s longest serving U.S. President, Franklin D. Roosevelt in Hyde Park. There will be ample time to explore the new $6 million enhancements to the exhibits recounting his presidency with rarely seen artifacts. B, D

Day 4: West Point and Times Square

Tour the US Military Academy at West Point, the oldest military academy in the country. Walk the paths of generals and presidents as you trace the footsteps of our country’s great leaders. Savor lunch at West Point in the historic Hotel Thayer surrounded by Old World charm. Head to New York City and visit iconic Times Square for time to explore on your own. Watch the giant digital marquees, shop, people watch and savor tasty goodies at dinner on your own. Check into a NYC area hotel for three nights. B, L

Day 5: New York City tour

Explore New York City with a local guide. Spend the day exploring Central Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center and visiting the unique areas of Little Italy and Chinatown in lower Manhattan. A highlight of the tour will be a visit to the poignant 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero and admission to the 9/11 Memorial Museum. Ascend to the top of the One World Observatory, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, for incredible panoramic views of New York City! B, D

Day 6: Statue of Liberty and Broadway

See NYC from a different perspective this day as we visit Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty while enjoying the magnificent views of the New York skyline from across the Hudson River. Spend an evening on the "Great White Way" for dinner and a performance of a hit Broadway musical (TBD). B, D

Day 7: Pennsylvania

Depart the Big Apple and satisfy your chocolate cravings with a stop in Hershey, PA, including lunch at the Hershey Hotel, before traveling to overnight in eastern Ohio. B, L

Day 8: Return Home B

  • Trip Code: NY210912
  • Departure Date: September 12 2021
  • Return Date: September 19 2021
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