2019 Tour Catalog - Allied Tour & Travel

Allied Tour & Travel is a travel agency located in Norfolk, Nebraska. Allied Tour & Travel offers group tours, bus tours, individual tours and more throughout the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Europe, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America.

Allied Tour & Travel is a travel agency located in Norfolk, Nebraska. Allied Tour & Travel offers group tours, bus tours, individual tours and more throughout the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Europe, Canada, the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America.


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Rush of Excitement"

Dear travel friends,

Have you ever had a rush of excitement that suddenly makes you go

“Wow, look at that!” Your heart pounds faster, your mind is spinning to

comprehend, and you might even hold your breath.

This happened to me recently when I visited the Rocky Mountain National

Park in Colorado. My wife and I took the old Fall River Road, a winding,

dirt packed one lane road to the top of the continental divide. Near the

top we stopped to take in the beauty. I pulled out my binoculars and

there it was-that rush of excitement.

It was a herd of elk grazing on a steep-grass covered slope at 12,000

feet. And I was excited. Not a typical sight in my normal day to day life.

They were fascinating to watch.

Discovering something new, something unexpected, or something in

nature will do that to most people. And that is what we hope you’ll

experience on an Allied tour.

For 2019 we have ten new tours to make your heart beat faster. Rain

forests in Costa Rica, the ocean waves pounding on the Oregon coast,

or gliding down the romantic Rhine River on our river cruise will all move

your spirit and inspire your soul.

The Allied Tour Difference

The Ultra Coach - The Ultra Ride!

Only Available on Allied Tours

No more traveling while feeling cramped and squeezed in! We

took out 4 rows of seats to provide extra leg room that will help

you travel more relaxed and comfortable. Will you feel pampered?

You bet!

Take a look at these Ultra Coach features:

•Extra leg room so you can stretch out

•Galley with refrigerator and coffee maker

•Electrical outlets for your electronic devices

•Deluxe interior with comfortable seating

•Wireless internet (when available)

•2 Ultra Coaches in our fleet for more departures

•A maximum of 40-42 travelers to feel less crowded

Look for the “Ultra Coach” icon on the tour page

that indicates you’ll be traveling on one of these

exclusive coaches. It doesn’t get any better than

our Ultra Coaches!

Check out all of our 2019 tours in the pages that follow. See all the

benefits of traveling with Allied on pages 2-3, like our Ultra Coach and

Home Pickups. And don’t forget our Early Booking Savings you’ll get

when you sign up early (see the insert in the middle of the catalog for

amounts you can save)

Make this the year you get a rush of excitement on an Allied tour.

Hope to see you on the road in 2019,

Dave Busskohl


Dave Busskohl


Susan Busskohl

Vice President

Brent Kalemkiarian

Vice President


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Prestige Tours

Our Prestige Tours are simply the best!

Here’s a sample of exclusive features:

•Home Pick-up (in select cities)

•Ultra Coach for pampered travel (on select


•”Stay the Night on Us” (pre-departure

accommodations for FREE; conditions apply)

•Free refreshments on board coach tours

Meet our Tour Directors!

Our professional team of tour directors will make sure your tour runs just

right. Plus, they will help you get to know your fellow travel mates and

make you feel like part of a traveling family. Their service will enhance

your vacation because they love what they do. For cruises and selected

tours, a tour director is confirmed for 16 or more travelers.

Classic Tours

Classic Tours offer the same great quality as our

Prestige Tours but with a lower rate. Home Pickups

and Stay the Night on Us are not available

on Classic Tours. The Ultra Coach is utilized on

select Classic Tours.







“Stay the Night on Us”

Live Far Away?

Stay the night prior to the trip’s departure at our selected

departure - point hotels - FREE!

To Qualify (must meet all the requirements):

•Live over 60 miles from your nearest pick-up point

•The tour departs before 7a.m. from that departure location

•Selected tour must be one of our Prestige Tours

Tour must be 5 days or more







Start the tour relaxed; park your car for free while away.

Personally Selected Hotels







You don’t have to search the internet and waste time looking for

a good hotel. We’ve got them personally selected for you. Our

hotels are selected for quality, location, service, and to be quiet.

We know that a key component of any tour is the accommodations.

Almost all the hotels we use are 3 or 4-diamond rated, so you

can be assured of a great place to stay every night. By the way,

we aren’t afraid to publish our hotels. You will find them listed on

each tour page. Take a look to the right for just a couple of the

many quality hotels we use in our tours.





"I feel like our tour director was the primary reason this tour was so

great - 40+ women in a bus could have been "wild."

– Kathy F. Morrison, CO

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Vacations by Region


6 Hawaiian Islands Cruise

7 Panama Canal Adventure

8 Alaska Cruise & Tour

48 Romantic Rhine Cruise NEW


9 California Zephyr Adventure

10 Amtrak City of New Orleans Adventure NEW


9 California Zephyr Adventure

11 Colorado Rails & Aspen Trails

12 Sunny Southwest Adventures

13 Pacific Northwest Grandeur

14 Spectacular Alaska NEW

15 Oregon Coast & Northern California NEW

16 Black Hills Buffalo Roundup NEW

17 Canyonlands & National Parks

18 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta


19 Pella Tulip Festival

19 Mystery Tour NEW

20 Mackinac Island Lilacs

21 Route 66 in Illinois NEW

22 Minnesota Pathways NEW

23 Ladies Only - Quilts, Gardens & Amish Delights NEW

24 Mackinac Island & Door County

25 Mississippi River Cruise & Cranberry Country

25 Branson U.S.A.


10 Amtrak City of New Orleans Adventure NEW

26 Texas Coastal Winter Escape

27 Florida Sun Winter Getaway

28 Savannah & Charleston

29 New Orleans & the Deep South

30 Love & War in Texas

31 Ladies Only Getaway

32 Kentucky Pathways & Treasures

33 Spring Fling in the Ozarks NEW

34 North Carolina & Coastal Islands NEW

35 Georgia on My Mind NEW

36 Smoky Mountains-Music, Majesty & Praise


37 Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossoms

38 New York City Broadway & Baseball

39 Washington, D.C. & the Historic East

40-41 New England Autumn

42 Let Freedom Ring NEW

43 Thanksgiving in New York City NEW


44 Canadian Rockies

45 Niagara Falls & Toronto

46-47 Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island NEW


48 Costa Rica NEW

48 Oberammergau & The Passion Play NEW

Vacations by Date


7-17 Texas Coastal Winter Escape .................................................... 26

15-27 Sunny Southwest Adventures.......................................................12

15-23 Hawaiian Islands Cruise................................................................6

20-27 Costa Rica NEW......................................................................... 48

22-3/3 Florida Sun Winter Getaway..................................................... 27


9-20 Panama Canal Adventure.............................................................7

15-24 Savannah & Charleston.............................................................. 28


3-7 Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossoms........................................... 37

5-14 New Orleans & the Deep South................................................ 29

22-30 Love & War in Texas.................................................................... 30


1-3 Pella Tulip Festival.........................................................................19

1-5 Spring Fling in the Ozarks NEW............................................... 33

6-11 Ladies Only Getaway..................................................................31


3-8 Mystery Tour NEW......................................................................19

8-15 Mackinac Island Lilacs................................................................ 20

10-14 Route 66 in Illinois NEW.............................................................21

13-21 Minnesota Pathways NEW........................................................ 22

17-23 Kentucky Pathways & Treasures................................................. 32

22-7/2 Canadian Rockies....................................................................... 44

24-30 California Zephyr Adventure.........................................................9


8-20 Pacific Northwest Grandeur........................................................13

15-27 Alaska Cruise & Tour......................................................................8

29-8/2 New York City Broadway & Baseball....................................... 38


2-15 Oregon Coast & Northern California NEW.............................15

5-9 Ladies Only - Quilts, Gardens & Amish Delights NEW........... 23

16-23 Niagara Falls & Toronto.............................................................. 45

17-26 Spectacular Alaska NEW...........................................................14


4-13 Canyonlands & National Parks...................................................17

4-19 Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island NEW.......................46-47

6-12 California Zephyr Adventure.........................................................9

14-20 North Carolina & Coastal Islands NEW.................................. 34

14-22 Mackinac Island & Door County................................................... 24

20-30 Romantic Rhine Cruise NEW..................................................... 48

25-29 Black Hills Buffalo Roundup NEW.............................................16

22-10/3 New England Autumn #1..................................................... 40-41

25-10/6 New England Autumn #2..................................................... 40-41

30-10/6 Colorado Rails & Aspen Trails..................................................... 11

30-10/7 Georgia on My Mind NEW...................................................... 35


1-4 Mississippi River Cruise & Cranberry Country............................ 25

5-12 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta........................................................18

8-19 Washington, D.C. & the Historic East......................................... 39

10-13 Branson U.S.A ............................................................................ 25

17-24 Let Freedom Ring NEW.............................................................. 42

18-27 Smoky Mountains-Music, Majesty & Praise............................. 36

19-24 Amtrak City of New Orleans Adventure NEW........................ 10

21-30 Smoky Mountains-Music, Majesty & Praise #2....................... 36


25-29 Thanksgiving in New York City NEW........................................ 43


8/18-27 Oberammergau & The Passion Play NEW............................... 48


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The Allied Tour Experience

Rocky mountains, coastal waterways, forested hillsides, and Spanish

moss- you’ll see this and many other unforgettable sights on an Allied

tour. Have you smelled azaleas in the spring, or mountain pine trees

recently? When was the last time you took a cooking class? Never

been on a helicopter? How about rafting down a river? These are just

some of the invigorating experiences you’ll have with Allied Tours.

Free Time and Food

Our Travelers Say it Best!

Ladies Only Getaway

"I have never been on a bus tour

and really enjoyed this trip with

my mom and three of her very

dear high school friends. Our

driver and tour director were


– Jen S., Gering, NE

Do you like to have some time to explore on your own? Many tours

include free time to check out some quaint local shops, stroll to some

scenic outlooks, or have coffee and snacks with the locals. On some

tours you’ll enjoy ‘Optional’ excursions where you will be able to

choose from two or more attractions or activities to suit your interests.

"It’s just more fun this way!”

"This was my first bus tour of this

type - and won't be my last. Loved

getting dropped off & picked up at

the door!"

– Lynda W., Charter Oak, IA


Let’s talk about food. Half the fun of taking a tour, let’s face it, is eating.

At Allied Tours we search out local restaurants when lunch or dinner is

included in the tour. We want you to taste your way through your tour

as well as experiencing interesting attractions. You will have more fun

discovering the food of the “locals” on an Allied Tour.

Step-on-Guides Make Travel Interesting

Allied taps the expertise of local step-on guides on most tours! These

guides bring a wealth of knowledge and insight into the local area

and enhance your travel experience. You will hear the stories and

history that make the area you are visiting come alive. We even take

care of the guide gratuity for you!

Meticulously Time Itineraries

An important aspect of group travel is the timing of each day’s

activities. At Allied we take time to make sure your tour runs like clockwork.

Early morning check-outs or late check-ins are a rarity. Also, we

allow enough time at the attractions for you to feel like you have seen

what you want to see. Timing is one of those things that you don’t know

you’ve missed until it is missing. Experience an Allied tour and you’ll

see the difference what good timing makes!

Florida Winter Getaway

New Orleans & the Deep South

"Well planned. Info provided made

it easy to venture on own in New

Orleans. Love the organization

and wide variety. I love the step-on

guides – they give local info and

make the tour memorable. Stepon

guides set Allied apart from

other tours I have been on. The

Ultra Coach is worth paying more,

especially on longer tours. "

– Linda H., Blair, NE

"This was our 5th tour with

Allied. We are looking

forward to many more. They

just keep getting better &

better. We had a great time."

– Larry & Mary W.,

Lincoln, NE

Live and Online Travel Shows

An Allied Tour Exclusive!

We have two ways you can experience travel the Allied way; live and

in person travel shows and our online webinars. Each is personally

narrated by Allied staff and provides in-depth information and

beautiful images on the many tours available. The best part is that both

are FREE. To receive an invitation by email for either the live or online

show, email your email address to: Allied@AlliedTT.com.

We would love to meet you in person or online.

Canyonlands & National Parks


"The entire trip

exceeded my

expectations! We had

adequate time in each

National Park. We

loved Zion! I didn't

feel rushed. Our tour

director was great

about providing water

& snacks."

– Connie B.,

Des Moines, IA

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Feb. 15 –23,



•Pre-trip overnight in Omaha

•Overnight stay in Honolulu

•Two days in Maui



•Two days in Kauai

•Hawaiian Luau in Kauai

•Pearl Harbor/Honolulu Highlights

•20 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

6 Lunches (L); 7 Dinners (D)

Tour Director (with minimum of

16 passengers)


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines

Call for air from your home city.



$3,899 Inside, Category IA,

per person (dbl)

$4,625 Balcony, Category BA,

per person (dbl)

*Ask about single category rates.

*Departures from Omaha airport

can deduct $120 per person.





Aboard NCL’s Pride of America

Say “aloha” to a wonderful vacation in Hawaii. Visit

four islands in seven days, including overnight stays in

Maui and Kauai, which means you are on an island

each & every day of your cruise. The Pride of America

will welcome you aboard with a casual “island” vibe

that reflects the laid-back Hawaiian culture. Formal

night on the Pride of America means a Hawaiian shirt

or sundress. And NCL’s “freestyle” cruising means

there are no fixed dining times or pre-assigned seating.

Feb. 14, 2019: Pre-departure package is included in

the tour rate. This includes shuttles and pre-departure

overnight accommodations in Omaha.

DAY 1 | Oahu

Rise and shine for our early morning transfer to the

airport for our flight to Honolulu on the island of Oahu,

one of the single most dreamed of vacation spots in the

world! Tonight we will stay on Waikiki Beach.

DAY 2 | Oahu (D)

Enjoy a relaxing morning in Honolulu. Take a morning

swim, walk along Waikiki Beach or visit the local shops.

This afternoon we will board the Pride of America for

our Hawaii cruise.

DAY 3 & 4 | Maui (B, L, D)

After a restful night on board, it’s time to enjoy the

beautiful island of Maui. You’ll have lots of optional

shore excursions to choose from for your next two days

of touring. Mt. Haleakala is the world’s largest dormant

volcano and a must-see natural wonder. Picturesque

Lahaina has a colorful history and great shopping. The

Sacred ‘Iao Valley is lush with waterfalls. Ka’anapali

Beach offers amazing snorkeling off Black Rock. Let

a professional drive you along the stunning 50-mile

road to Hana.

DAY 5 | Hilo (B, L, D)

From the awesome power of lava-spewing Kilauea to

the serenity of tropical Hilo, to the upbeat warmth of

Kona, the big island has many optional tours to offer.

Hilo is on the lush tropical side of the island. The arid

beauty of Kilauea Volcano is just 60 minutes away.

Pick from several optional tours such as volcano tours,

enjoy horseback riding or sport fishing.

DAY 6 | Kona (B, L, D)

We travel around to the other side of the Big Island to

visit Kona. Learn the history of the famous Kona coffee

bean at the Uchida Coffee Farm. Explore Hawaii’s

cultural past on the Historic Kailua Village Walking

Tour or experience Kona Coast snorkeling or SCUBA

diving in hidden sea caves and giant lava tubes. The

Big Island of Hawaii has a kaleidoscope of choices —

discover your favorites. Tonight you will get to watch

another stunning sunset from the ship.

DAY 7 & 8 | Kauai (B, L, D)

The next two days you will be on the Garden Isle with

lush vegetation, flowers, birds, and wildlife. Kauai is

home to the wettest spot on earth—Mt Wai’ale’ale

averages 485 inches per year—and as a result is as

lush and verdant as any paradise imaginable. Choose

from optional tours such as touring stunning Waimea

Canyon, visit the romantic Fern Grotto, or ziplining

or kayaking. Our Allied travelers will gather for a

Hawaiian Luau with dinner on Day 7.

DAY 9 | Honolulu (B)

We return to Oahu this morning after a wonderful

week of cruising the Hawaiian Islands. We’ve included

a tour to Pearl Harbor, the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial

(if available) and Honolulu city highlights today. We

board the plane this evening for our overnight flight to


DAY 10 | Arrive home (February 24, 2019)

Please note: U.S. Government issued ID such as a

driver’s license or passport required. Shore excursions

in port at additional cost.


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March 9-20, 2019

Image courtesy of Panama Canal - Panama

Island Princess Special Edition

Aboard the Island Princess

In 1967, Princess was the first cruise line to sail the

Panama Canal, and today, they are the #1 cruise line

sailing to this incredible destination. Enjoy a warm,

winter vacation sailing in the Caribbean and spending a

full day on the Panama Canal—one of history’s greatest

engineering marvels. We’ll enter on the east thru Gatun

Locks, continue into Gatun Lake, before turning around

for a stop at Colon, Panama. While in Gatun Lake, you

will have the option of an excursion that continues thru

the Canal to the Pacific Coast, thus seeing all of the

Panama Canal!

DAY 1| Omaha/Ft. Lauderdale

Our winter escape begins with transfers to Omaha and

flight to Ft. Lauderdale. Overnight Ft. Lauderdale, FL

DAY 2 | Ft. Lauderdale/Board Ship (B, D)

Experience the “Venice of America” on a Harbor Tour

on the Carrie B tour boat. See yachts and homes of the

rich and famous, discover the history of Ft. Lauderdale

and learn all about Port Everglades. Board the Island


DAY 3 | At Sea (B, L, D)

Enjoy the activities, entertainment, shops, dining and

more onboard the Island Princess! You will want to make

sure you have your optional shore excursions booked

for our upcoming ports of call. (Shore excursions at

additional cost.)

DAY 4 | Jamaica (B, L, D)

Dock in Falmouth, Jamaica this morning. Excursions

are available to Jamaica’s famous Dunn’s River Falls,

the lush tropical Coyaba Gardens or the historical

Jamaican Estates. For the more adventurous, enjoy the

Sky Explorer Chairlift, River rafting on the Martha Brae

River, or enjoy the Dolphin Encounter.

DAY 5 | At Sea (B, L, D)

Enjoy a day at sea to relax or enjoy the activities on

board such as dance lessons, culinary demonstrations,

the casino, wine tasting classes. . . or maybe you’d like

a treatment at the spa.

DAY 6 | Cartagena, Columbia (B, L, D)

The port area of Cartagena and its nearby fortifications

are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This was the transit

port for all the wealth that Spain derived from South

America. There are many optional excursions including

tours of the beautiful “Old City,” Castillo de San Felipe

de Barajas fortress, the Cartagena Cathedral, and more.

DAY 7 | Panama Canal Transit/Colon, Panama (B, L,


Today enter the impressive Panama Canal thru the

Gatun Locks on the east side of the Canal. Learn about

the operation of the locks thru narration on board. You’ll

have the option to get off in the middle of the canal

for optional tours such as a tram thru the rainforests of

Panama, enjoy a ride on the Panama Canal Train, or

continue thru the canal to see the Pacific side of the

Canal (including the Miraflores Locks) on a boat cruise

& motor coach tour.

DAY 8 | Limon, Costa Rica (B, L, D)

This eastern Costa Rican port boast of pristine beaches,

sprawling banana plantations, and dense rainforests.

Adventure is everywhere. You can visit the rainforest

by soaring through the air on a canopy zip line, taking

a ride through the jungle in a canoe, or riding a tram

through the treetops. Or visit a banana, coffee &

sugar cane plantation. Or, how about a visit to a Sloth


DAY 9 | At Sea (B, L, D)

The ships staff will have lots of fun things planned for

your day. Your daily newsletter will have all the options


DAY 10 | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands (B, L, D)

This Caribbean Island is rich in natural beauty. Tour the

world famous Cayman Turtle Farm, head underwater

in the Atlantis Submarine, or take a boat to the North

Sound sandbar and swim with the Stingray. For a

relaxing day, visit Seven Mile Beach or stroll the streets

of George Town for some shopping. (Tender Required/

Wheelchair Access Limited.)

DAY 11 | At Sea (B, L, D)

Enjoy one last day of great food, fellowship & fun!

DAY 12 | Ft. Lauderdale/Flight Home (B)

It’s time to disembark for our return flight to Omaha after

a wonderful winter escape.

Please note: Passport Required.

Shore excursions in port are at additional cost.


•Pre-cruise overnight stay in Ft.


•Ft. Lauderdale Harbor &

Waterways Cruise

•Falmouth, Jamaica

•Cartagena, Columbia

•Panama Canal (partial transit with

option for full transit)

•Limon, Costa Rica

•Grand Cayman, Cayman Island

•30 Meals: 11 Breakfasts (B);

9 Lunches (L); 10 Dinners (D)

Tour Director (with minimum of

16 passengers)


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$3,498 Inside IB, per person (dbl)

$3,839 Ocean View OE,

per person (dbl)

$4,179 Balcony BC, per person

Mini-suites, single or triple rates are

available upon request. Rates to

fly from Des Moines and other U.S.

cities are available upon request.





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July 15 –

July 27, 2019


•Two nights in Fairbanks

•Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise

•Gold Dredge #8

•One night at Princess Denali Lodge

•Denali Park Natural History Tour

•One night at Mt McKinley

Princess Lodge

•Alaska Wildlife Conservation


•Seven night southbound cruise

•Glacier Bay Scenic Cruise




•20 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

6 Lunches (L); 7 Dinners (D)


•Fairbanks, AK (2) – Princess Hotel


•Denali, AK – Denali Princess Lodge

•Talkeetna, AK —Mt. McKinley

Princess Lodge

•Anchorage, AK —Hotel Captain




Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines

Call for air from your home city.


$4,369 Inside, Category ID,

per person (dbl)

$5,325 Oceanview, Category

OC, per person (dbl)

$5,599 Balcony, Category BC,

per person (dbl)

Single or triple rates are available

upon request.



Tour Director -

DeEtta Mayrose



Featuring Denali National Park & the Inside Passage

Explore Alaska by land and sea! Enjoy a five-night

land tour followed by a seven night southbound cruise

with Princess Cruises.

DAY 1| Travel to Fairbanks, Alaska

Transfer from Allied departure cities to Omaha for our

flight to Fairbanks. Overnight (2) Fairbanks, AK

DAY 2 | Sternwheeler Cruise/Gold Dredge #8

A cruise on an authentic Sternwheeler Riverboat takes

us along the Chena River where we learn about sled

dog racing, salmon fishing, and various native customs

at a recreated Athabascan Village. You’ll also enjoy a

tour to Gold Dredge #8 where you can try panning

for gold. Enjoy a free evening.

DAY 3 | Fairbanks/Denali National Park

Travel by motor coach takes you on a scenic journey to

the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge. This afternoon,

a Natural History Tour serves as a wonderful

introduction to the animals, plants and geological

features found there. Overnight Denali, AK

DAY 4 | Denali/Mt. McKinley Wilderness Lodge

Our morning in Denali gives us time for optional tours

such as Helicopter Tours, ATV Excursion, Whitewater

Rafting and more. Then travel by coach to the south side

of the park for an overnight stay at the Mt. McKinley

Princess Wilderness Lodge. Take in the sensational

views with a glass of wine in the Great Room, hear

stories about climbing Denali in the Hudson Theater or

roast a marshmallow at the fireside patio. Overnight

Mt. McKinley Wilderness Lodge (Talkeetna), AK

DAY 5 | Rail Talkeetna to Anchorage

Enjoy another leisurely morning at the base of “The

Great One” or enjoy the lodge’s treehouse, designed

and built by Pete Nelson of Animal Planet’s Treehouse

Masters. Later this afternoon, transfer to Talkeetna for

your Princess Rail journey to Anchorage. Onboard rail

guides provide expert commentary and point out sites

along the way. Overnight Anchorage, AK

DAY 6 | Alaska Wildlife Center/Embark Ship (D)

Travel to Whittier with a stop at the Alaska Wildlife

Conservation Center. The center is dedicated to

preserving Alaska’s wildlife and is a refuge for injured

and orphaned animals such as moose, bear, bison,

lynx, eagles and more. Board the beautiful Golden

Princess. Overnight (7) Golden Princess

DAY 7 | Hubbard Glacier Scenic Cruising (B, L, D)

Enjoy the day exploring the ship and enjoying the

scenery along the face of Alaska’s largest tidewater

glacier, Hubbard Glacier. Princess features their

“North to Alaska” Program. Taste Alaska’s seafood,

hear its stories, learn about its culture and meet its

fascinating people with this exciting program.

DAY 8 | Glacier Bay Scenic Cruising (B, L, D)

Cruise the ice-studded fjords of Glacier Bay National

Park for a full day as a U.S. Park Service Ranger

narrates. It’s a great day to be out and about on

ship as you watch and listen for the infamous “white

thunder” of the glaciers calving.

DAY 9 | Skagway (B, L, D)

Colorful Skagway is a window into Alaska’s Gold

Rush history. From Skagway, fortune seekers could

find the shortest route to the Klondike, but it wasn’t the

easiest. Take the optional White Pass Railroad which

takes you to the summit at nearly 3,000 feet.

DAY 10 | Juneau (B, L, D)

The state’s capital city offers much to be discovered.

Options include excursions to Mendenhall Glacier,

salmon fishing, or take a biking, hiking, canoeing or

kayaking tour.

DAY 11 | Ketchikan (B, L, D)

Ketchikan is located in a rain forest! Tour options

include visits to Misty Fjords National Monument, the

Rainforest Wildlife Sanctuary, or a whale watching

cruise. (Wheelchair access limited.)

DAY 12 | Inside Passage Scenic Cruising (B, L, D)

It’s our last day of scenic cruising and one last day to

enjoy the pampering and service of our Princess staff.

DAY 13 | Vancouver/Omaha/Home (B)

Arrival in Vancouver early morning for return flight home.

Please note: Passport Required.

Shore excursions in port are at additional cost.


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June 24-30, 2019

Sept. 6-12, 2019

DAY 1| Transfer to Omaha Amtrak Station/Board


Board Amtrak later this evening to begin a nostalgic

journey on the California Zephyr. Sleep in your own

private cabin as you make your way across Nebraska

and eastern Colorado. Overnight (2) Amtrak

DAY 2 | Amtrak Through the Rockies (B, L, D)

It’s daylight when you arrive in Denver. Wake up to

enjoy breakfast on the train in the diner. Then, sit back

and relax as the incredible scenery of the Rockies

passes by your large viewing window. You’ll enjoy

breakfast, lunch and dinner in the diner during this

incredible journey.

DAY 3 | Virginia City/Carson City/Lake Tahoe

Dinner Cruise (B, D)

This morning enjoy your last meal on the train before

arriving in Reno. Depending on the train schedule

and time of arrival, your sightseeing this morning will

include historic Virginia City where your local guide

will provide the history, geology and characters that

made up this gold rush boom town. Take a brief tour

of Carson City, Nevada’s capital, where you’ll see

the Governor’s Mansion, the Legislative buildings,

Capitol Mall, and more. Head to South Lake Tahoe,

everyone’s favorite, where you’ll enjoy some “R&R”

at your beautiful hotel. Transfer to Zephyr Cove where

you’ll board the MS Dixie II paddle wheeler for a

dinner cruise on Lake Tahoe. An elegant dinner is

served as you cruise the pristine water said to be 99%

pure. Overnight South Lake Tahoe, CA

DAY 4 | Napa Valley Tour/San Francisco (B, L)

Today, tour famous Napa Valley with its rolling hills

and picturesque vineyards that dot the countryside.

Your local guide will provide a narrative as to the

importance of the soil and weather conditions that

make Napa Valley wines so famous around the world.

Enjoy a picnic lunch at one of the wineries. Your hotel

is ideally located right in Fisherman’s Wharf! Evening

at leisure. Overnight (3) Fisherman’s Wharf, CA

DAY 5 | San Francisco Tour/Alcatraz Tour/Pier 39/

Dinner in Chinatown (B, D)

This morning, your local guide will take you on a

tour of San Francisco to include Golden Gate Park,

Financial District, and more. Spend time at Pier 39 with

shops and eateries, as well as maybe getting a closeup

view of the harbor seals that make the wharf their

home. This afternoon is reserved for a tour of Alcatraz

Island. See where the Bird Man of Alcatraz spent

his time, as well as other notorious prisoners. If you

choose not to participate in the Alcatraz tour, a credit

of $30 will be applied to your tour. This evening, join

your friends at a special dinner in Chinatown.

DAY 6 | Redwood Forest Steam Train/Pebble Beach

Golf Course/17 Mile Drive/Dinner on the Monterey

Pier (B, L, D)

Today, travel to Monterey. Ride though the towering

redwoods hundreds of years old on a 19th century

steam train at Roaring Camp. Travel Pacific Grove

Loop that takes you past beautiful homes nestled

right at the ocean’s edge. 17 Mile Drive, one of the

most breathtaking coastal drives in the world is next.

Meander through the Del Monte forest and see the

famed Lone Cyprus Tree. Stop at Pebble Beach Golf

Course and see the 18th hole and beautiful club

house. Your last evening will be special when you

enjoy a delicious dinner on the Monterey Pier with

your travel mates.

DAY 7 | Cable Car Ride/Travel Home (B)

The fun is not over yet as one cannot visit San Francisco

without a ride on a cable car. Spend a bit more time

at Pier 39 before heading to the airport for your flight

back home to Omaha.


•Private Compartment on Amtrak

•All Meals in the Diner on Amtrak

•Lake Tahoe Dinner Cruise

•Napa Valley Tour & Winery Visit

•3 Nights at Fisherman’s Wharf

•Alcatraz Tour

•17 Mile Drive

•Coastal Redwoods Steam Train


•13 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (L); 4 Dinners (D)


•Amtrak (2) – Roomette or Bedroom

•South Lake Tahoe, CA –

Montbleu Hotel

•San Francisco, CA (3) – Holiday

Inn Express at Fisherman’s Wharf


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$2,957 Double, Roomette,

per person

$3,265 Double, Bedroom,

per person

$3,799 Single, Roomette



Tour Director -

Darlene Wees

(June Departure)

Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

(Sept. Departure)



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Oct. 19-24, 2019


•Cabin accommodations on Amtrak

•Breakfast and Lunch on the train

•John Hancock Tower

•French Quarter accommodations

for 4 nights

•Steamboat Natchez lunch cruise

•National WWII Museum

•Wetlands and Coastal

Environment Tour

•Dinner at Court of Two Sisters

•Whitney Plantation

•Evening Culinary and Nightlife Tour

•Mardi Gras World

•11 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B), 3

Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)


•Amtrak Accommodations

•New Orleans French Quarter (4)

– Hotel Provincial


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$2,689 Roomette, Double, per


$2,748 Bedroom, Double, per


$3,194 Roomette, Single



Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint



DAY 1 | Fly to Chicago/John Hancock Tower (D)

Board the train that has become an American icon –

“City of New Orleans.” This Amtrak route takes you

through the heart of the Mississippi Delta to one of

the most exciting cities in the country – New Orleans.

Your journey begins in Chicago when you travel high

atop the John Hancock Tower 1,000 feet above the

famed “Magnificent Mile.” Experience the one-of-akind

“Tilt” where you’re extended 30 degrees over the

Magnificent Mile in secure glass housing. Enjoy dinner

at a Chicago restaurant before boarding Amtrak’s City

of New Orleans Train in your own private compartment.

Overnight Amtrak

DAY 2 | Amtrak through the Mississippi Delta/Evening

at leisure (B, L)

“Good morning America, how are you? Don’t you

know me I’m your native son; I’m the train they call the

City of New Orleans, I’ll be gone 500 miles when the

day is done.” Sit back, relax and let the scenery of the

Mississippi Delta pass by your private compartment on

your Amtrak sleeper car. Enjoy breakfast and lunch in

the dining car as part of your tour and just relax as

you hear the “wheels rumbling beneath the floor.” By

mid-afternoon arrive in New Orleans. Transfer to your

French Quarter hotel where you’ll spend four nights in

the heart and excitement of New Orleans. The evening

is yours at leisure. Overnight (4) New Orleans, LA

DAY 3 | New Orleans City Tour/Steamboat

Natchez Lunch Cruise/National WW II Museum/

Evening at Leisure (B, L)

This morning your local guide will take you on a

narrated historical city tour to include an above

ground cemetery. Step back in time when you board

an authentic steam paddle wheeler – The Natchez,

for a cruise on the Mississippi River with a delicious

lunch. This afternoon visit the National WW II Museum

which tells the story of the American experience in the

war that changed the world – why it was fought, how

it was won, and what it means today. Included is the

documentary film Beyond all Boundaries, narrated by

Tom Hanks. It is a 4-D journey through the war that

changed the world. Enjoy another evening at leisure –

free to explore the French Quarter just as you choose.

DAY 4 | Louisiana Wetland and Coastal Environment

Tour (B, L, D)

There are so many interesting things that you’ll see

and do today that will put you in touch with the

“natural side” of Southern Louisiana. Visit the Golden

Medal Historical Center which offers an excellent

overview of life in the golden meadow with a focus

on the region’s shrimping and oyster industries. Make

your own shrimp and oyster net at Chine’s Cajun Net

Shop. It doesn’t get any more experiential than this

when you shuck oysters at Collins Oyster Company

and learn how oyster and oyster pearls are formed.

Enjoy lunch at Cher-Amie’s Seafood Restaurant. Stop

at the Crab Station to see first-hand how live Louisiana

blue crabs are processed for shipment throughout the

United States. Learn about the lost art of time-honored

boat building through a hands-on learning experience

at the Center for Traditional Louisiana Boat Building.

Finally, take a swamp tour with Captain Clyde

McCully while cruising the bayou des allemandes.

Head back to New Orleans to “wash up” after your

day’s experiences before an evening at the elegant

Court of Two Sisters restaurant.

DAY 5 | Lake Pontchartrain/Whitney Plantation/

Evening Culinary and Nightlife Tour (B, D)

This morning drive over the Lake Pontchartrain

Causeway which spans almost 24 miles across the

vast Lake Pontchartrain. Visit the Whitney Plantation;

the only plantation that tells the story of slaves in first

person narrative with restored buildings, memorial

artwork, and museum exhibits. Next head back to

New Orleans to get primed for a fun evening ahead.

On a walking tour with your expert guide stop at three

“local cafés” each with a different sampling of Cajun

and creole cuisine. Finish the night at the Palm Court

Jazz Café housed in a fully restored early 19th century

historic building in the French Quarter. The décor and

theme of the jazz café reflects the elegance of old

New Orleans. Musicians appearing at the Palm Court

include some of the legends of New Orleans traditional

jazz and you’ll be a part of it.

DAY 6 | Mardi Gras World/Fly Home (B)

This morning get an up-close and personal look at

what it takes to bring Mardi Gras to life year after

year at Mardi Gras World. See artists that build the

floats from the ground up, the costumes that are so

colorful, and learn the history of the unique festive

tradition and much more. Then head home with fond

memories of your trip.


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Sept. 30 - Oct. 6,


DAY 1 | Travel to Denver (D)

Board your “Colorado Rails and Trails” coach for a

journey like no other in the Rockies. Your tour director

will help you get to know your travel mates with fun

onboard activities. Overnight Denver, CO

DAY 2 | Amtrak though the Rockies (B, D)

This morning board Amtrak for your first train excursion

through the Rockies. Witness some of the most

spectacular scenery found anywhere in the United

States. The Aspens will serenade you with their golden

glow as they quake in the breeze. Overnight Grand

Junction, CO

DAY 3 | Million Dollar Highway/Durango &

Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad (B, D)

Journey up the Million Dollar Highway to Silverton

with spectacular Rocky Mountain scenery at every

turn and with the brilliant aspens that light up the

mountainsides. Arrive at Silverton; its name coming

from miners shouting “we got silver by the ton!” All

aboard! The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge

Railroad will take you on a journey down the scenic

“River of Lost Souls Gorge” where the remote

wilderness defies description. You’ve always heard

about it, now experience it. Overnight Durango, CO

Gods. Balanced Rock is the most famous of these red

sandstone formations at the base of Pike’s Peak. Visit

the 37-acre U.S. Olympic complex. Overnight (2)

Colorado Springs, CO

DAY 6 | Pikes Peak Highway Tour/Old Manitou

Springs/U.S. Air Force Academy Visitors Center (B, D)

This morning venture up the Pikes Peak Highway all

the way to the summit. Soak in the spectacular views

at the top for 30 to 40 minutes, snapping photos of

breathtaking surroundings while making memories

that will last a lifetime. The four-hour round trip allows

several stops for photos and exploring America’s

Mountain from bottom to top. Spend time in Old

Manitou Springs with shops and restaurants to enjoy

lunch. This afternoon visit the United States Air Force

Academy Visitors Center. See a movie highlighting

the academy experience exhibits that feature displays

on the history and cadet life explaining the academy’s

four “pillars of excellence” - character development,

academic, athletic, and military training. This evening

enjoy one last dinner with your travel mates.


•Amtrak through the Rockies

•Durango & Silverton Narrow

Gauge Railroad

•Royal Gorge Route Railroad

•U.S. Olympic Complex

•Pikes Peak Hwy Tour

•11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B);

1 Box Lunch (BL); 4 Dinners (D)


•Denver, CO – Courtyard by


•Grand Junction, CO – Grand

Vista Hotel

•Durango, CO – Comfort Inn &


•Canon City, CO – Best Western

•Colorado Springs, CO (2) –

Holiday Inn Express


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City


$1,759 Double, per person

$2,169 Single

$1,659 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Loretta Mills



DAY 4 | Scenic Travel Day (B)

Travel across southern Colorado through the beautiful

San Juan Mountains to nature’s wonder-the Royal

Gorge. Overnight Canon City, CO

DAY 5 | Royal Gorge Route Railroad/Garden of

Gods/U.S. Olympic Complex (B, BL)

This morning, it’s “all aboard” the Royal Gorge Route

Railroad for a thrilling ride through Royal Gorge. This

historic route offers scenery unlike any other train

excursion on your tour. It is awesome! Also behold

the natural beauty of the 1367-acre Garden of the

DAY 7 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home from this spectacular “Colorado

Rails and Trails” tour, but the chug of the steam engine

and the echo of its whistle will live on in your memory


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Feb. 15-27, 2019


•Oklahoma City Memorial

•Palo Duro Canyon

•International UFO Museum

•White Sands National Monument

•Pima Air and Space Museum

•Old Tucson Studios

•Silver Star Dinner Show

•Desert Belle Cruise

•Grand Canyon

•Arches National Park

•3 nights in Mesa, AZ

•25 Meals: 12 Breakfasts (B);

4 Lunches (L); 3 Light Dinners (LD);

6 Dinners (D)


Day 8 Options:

#1: Phoenix Area City Tour & Mesa

Flea Market $20

#2: Desert Jeep Tour $135

#3: Free time


• Oklahoma City, OK – Hampton Inn

• Amarillo, TX – Drury Inn & Suites

• Roswell, NM – Holiday Inn

• Las Cruces, NM – Drury Inn

• Tucson, AZ – Double Tree by Hilton

• Mesa, AZ (3) – Holiday Inn Mesa

• Grand Canyon, AZ – Canyon Plaza

• Kayenta, AZ – Hampton Inn

• Moab, UT – Fairfield Inn

• Denver, CO – Drury Inn & Suites


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus, Sioux City,

Luverne, MN & Sioux Falls, SD


$2,714 Double, per person

$3,545 Single

$2,461 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder



DAY 1 | Bricktown (L)

This Southwestern adventure begins with your departure

in the quiet comfort of our motor coach. Overnight

Oklahoma City, OK

DAY 2 | Oklahoma City National Museum and

Memorial (B, LD)

The Oklahoma City National Museum and Memorial

recounts the minutes before and the aftermath of

the bombing on April 19. Our journey west through

Oklahoma parallels the legendary Route 66, “The Main

Street of America,” as we continue on to Amarillo, Texas.

Overnight Amarillo, TX

DAY 3 | Palo Duro Canyon/International UFO Museum


Visit Palo Duro Canyon State Park; experience the

canyon's rugged beauty and enjoy its colorful history.

The International UFO Museum and Research Center

focuses on “The Roswell Incident Timeline” and “The

Great Cover-up” that followed the 1947 incident.

Overnight Roswell, NM

DAY 4 |Hubbard Museum of the American West/

White Sands National Monument (B, L, LD)

Learn about the struggles and triumphs experienced

through the development of the American West at the

Hubbard Museum of the American West, an affiliate

of the Smithsonian Institute. Experience a dune drive

through the snow-white dunes of White Sands National

Monument. Overnight Las Cruces, NM

DAY 5 | Las Cruces Tour/Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse

Tucson (B, D)

Today discover Las Cruces and its interesting history...

including stories about Billy the Kid! A colorful local

guide will take us through Las Cruces and a walk through

Old Mesilla Plaza. Tucson’s Pinnacle Peak’s stunt show

rounds off the day. Overnight Tucson, AZ

DAY 6 | Pima Air and Space Museum/Old Tucson

Studios (B, L)

Pima Air and Space Museum is one of the largest air and

space museums in the world. Old Tucson Studios is one

of the most active filming locations for Western-themed

movies and commercials in the United States. Enjoy living

history shows and attractions. Overnight (3) Mesa, AZ

secluded waterways through canyons and a view of the

Superstition Mountains. Tonight have fun at Organ Stop

Pizza – home of the “mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ.”

DAY 8 | Mesa Options/The Silver Star Dinner Show

(B, D)

Make your choice of options when booking your tour.

Option #1: A City Tour of the metropolitan area with an

expert local guide and Mesa Flea Market – the largest

of its kind! Option #2 Desert Jeep Tour with lunch –

Travel by jeep out to the Sonoran Desert. During this 5

hour tour, western guides teach about plants, animals

and other life of the desert. A boxed lunch is included.

Option #3: Free time in Mesa. Tonight enjoy lively

entertainment at The Silver Star Dinner Show.

DAY 9 | Sedona Trolley Tour (B, D)

Spectacular Sedona beckons today with its massive firered

buttes and mesas and unbelievable topography.

Browse the fascinating shops and respected galleries

before experiencing the narrated trolley tour of this

beautiful area. Overnight near Grand Canyon, AZ

DAY 10 | Grand Canyon National Park (B, D)

Today we travel to the canyon of all canyons! The Grand

Canyon is the grandest of the Seven Wonders of the

World. Overnight Kayenta, AZ

DAY 11 | Monument Valley/Bluff Fort, UT Visitor

Center (B, D)

Drive through Monument Valley and catch sight of

unique rock formations that Monument Valley is known

for. Bluff Fort, Utah has a very storied past. Learn why

pioneers came to Bluff and their arduous journey over

the Hole-in-the Rock trail. Overnight Moab, UT

DAY 12 | Arches National Park (B, LD)

More than two thousand natural sandstone arches

frame the colorful landscape of Arches National Park.

The Colorado River Canyon shows off its beauty as we

make our way through the Rocky Mountains. Overnight

Denver, CO

DAY 13 | Travel home (B, L)

As our journey ends today, we have many memories to

share with friends and relatives as we recount the days of

our magnificent southwest journey.

DAY 7 | Desert Belle Cruise/Organ Stop Pizza (B, D)

The Desert Belle Cruise on Saguaro Lake will take us on


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July 8-20, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

We’re bound for the breathtaking scenery of the Pacific

Northwest! Begin this adventure by meeting fellow

travelers at our Get-Acquainted Dinner. Overnight

Cheyenne, WY

DAY 2 | Jackson Hole/Options (B)

The Grand Teton Mountains form the background at

our overnight stay in charming Jackson, Wyoming.

Evening options include: Option #1: Dinner and a Wild

West show at the Bar-T-5 Covered Wagon Cookout

or Option #2: A Snake River Float Trip or Option #3:

Free time in Jackson. Options are additional cost.

Please make your preference when registering for the

tour. Overnight Jackson, WY

DAY 3 | Sawtooth Mountains/Shoshone Falls (B, D)

Snow capped views ahead as we travel through the

majestic Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho. Marvel at the

Shoshone Falls, called “the Niagara of the West.”

Overnight Twin Falls, ID

DAY 4 | Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (B)

At the National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive

Center at Baker City, Oregon, we’ll take an in-depth

look at the hardships endured along the Oregon Trail.

We then follow the Oregon Trail to our overnight stay.

Overnight Pendleton, OR

DAY 5 | Columbia River Gorge/Columbia River

Interpretive Center/Multnomah Falls (B, L)

Today we drive the Columbia River Gorge. Immerse

yourself in the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center

via the Bridge of the God’s crossing the river into

Washington. Experience Multnomah Falls – the second

highest waterfall in the U.S. Overnight Vancouver, WA

DAY 6 | Mt. St. Helens Volcanic Monument/Tillicum

Village Cruise & Salmon Bake (B, D)

We venture to the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic

Monument Visitor Center. See dramatic views of the

volcanic crater and displays revealing mysteries of this

famous unpredictable mountain. Tonight you are treated

to the popular Tillicum Village Cruise and Salmon

Dinner on Blake Island. Overnight (3) Renton, WA

DAY 7 | Seattle City Tour/Space Needle/Pike’s

Market/Boeing Factory Tour (B, D)

A guided city tour shows us Seattle up close including

the Space Needle and Pikes Place Market. A tour of

the Boeing Factory shows us airplanes being built up


DAY 8 | Choose your option today! (B)

Today is a day of options. Option #1: Victoria Option

- Take an early morning jet boat through the San

Juan Islands to Victoria, British Columbia. This option

includes cruise, tour of Victoria and Butchart Gardens,

breakfast box and light dinner box. Must have a

passport for this option. Option #2: An early morning

cruise for whale and sea life watching through the San

Juan Islands includes Historic Friday Harbor, breakfast

box and light dinner box. Option #3: Mount Rainier

tour - Travel to Paradise Lodge on famous Mt. Rainier.

Option #4: Free time in Seattle. Options are at an

additional cost. Please make your preference when

booking your tour.

DAY 9 | Cascade Mountains/Leavenworth (B)

Journey east into the Cascade Mountains to central

Washington, where we visit the Bavarian village of

Leavenworth to experience some of its Old World

warmth and charm. Marvel at the many orchards

along the way. Enjoy your evening in Spokane with

many enjoyable activities near our hotel. Overnight

Spokane, WA

DAY 10 | Historic Wallace/6th St. Melodrama

Option/Silver Streak Zipline option (B, D)

The Mission Cataldo depicts the history of the Coeur

D’Alene Indians and Father De Smet. Step into

history as we travel to Wallace, ID. Meet the “Prime

Minister” of Wallace as he delights you with stories of

yesteryear during Wallace’s silver mining days. Visit

one of Wallace’s silver mines. Visit a brothel! Option

#1: Zipline 1,000 feet above the valley floor of the

Idaho Mountains and get an “Idaho Rush!" Option

#2: Enjoy an evening of fun and laughter at the 6th St.

Melodrama. Book either option when booking your

tour. Overnight Wallace, ID

DAY 11 | Smokejumpers Base Aerial Fire Depot (B)

Montana’s Big Sky Country welcomes us. At the

Smokejumpers Base Aerial Fire Depot in Missoula,

we learn firsthand accounts of firefighting and smoke

jumping. Overnight Billings, MT

DAY 12 | Eagle Butte Coal Mine Tour/Mt. Rushmore

Lighting Ceremony (B, D)

Visit the Eagle Butte Coal Mine, one of the largest

surface coal mines in the U.S. Top off the day with

a visit to Mount Rushmore for the evening lighting

ceremony. Overnight Rapid City, SD

DAY 13 | Travel Home (B)

Great memories of our Pacific Northwest trip will

linger as we head home.


•Grand Teton Mountains

• Shoshone Falls

• Oregon Trail Interpretive Center

• Columbia River Gorge

• Mt. St. Helens Monument

• Tillicum Village Cruise

• Space Needle

• Boeing Factory Tour

• Historic Wallace, ID

• Mt. Rushmore Lighting

•19 Meals: 12 Breakfasts (B);

1 Lunch (L); 6 Dinners (D)


Day 2 Options:

#1: Bar-T-5 Cookout - $52

#2: Snake River Float Trip - $75

#3: Free time in Jackson Hole, WY

Day 8 Options:

#1: Butchart Gardens/Victoria

Cruise - (passport required) -


#2: Whale Watching/Sea Life

Cruise - $132

#3: Mt. Rainier tour - $150

#4: Free time in Seattle

Day 10 Options:

#1: Silver Streak Zipline - $80

#2: 6th Street Melodrama - $15

(evening option)


• Cheyenne, WY – Little America Resort

• Jackson, WY – 49-er Inn

• Twin Falls, ID – La Quinta Inn &


• Pendleton, OR – Red Lion Hotel

• Vancouver, WA – Spring Hill Suites

• Renton, WA (3) – Hilton Garden Inn

• Spokane, WA – Centennial Hotel

• Wallace, ID – Wallace Inn

• Billings, MT – Hilton Garden Inn

• Rapid City, SD – Home2 by Hilton


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus & Sioux City


$2,849 Double, per person

$3,795 Single

$2,565 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Diane Roecker



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Aug. 17-26, 2019


•Cruise Prince William Sound

•Matanuska Valley

•Alaska Railroad to Denali Park

•Gold Dredge #8

•Sternwheeler Discovery Cruise

•Denali Park Wilderness Expedition

•Happy Trails Kennels

•Alaska Bush Pilot Presentation

•Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise

•17 Meals: 9 Breakfasts (B);

4 Lunches (L); 4 Dinners (D)


•Anchorage, AK –Sheraton


•Valdez, AK (2)—Valdez Hotel

•Fairbanks, AK (2)—Wedgewood


•Denali National Park, AK (2)—

Denali Park Village

•Anchorage, AK (2) –Sheraton



Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus, Fremont,

Sioux City & Des Moines

Call for air from your home city.



$5,199 Double, per person

$6,199 Single

$4,999 Triple, per person



Mike Criss


Tour Director -

Susan Busskohl



DAY 1| Fly to Anchorage

Fly to Anchorage today! Alaska welcomes us today

and the excitement builds as we are about to embark

on a wonderful tour of this magnificent state. Overnight

Anchorage, AK

DAY 2 | Matanuska Valley/Bridal Veil Falls/Valdez

Doc Walk (B, D)

Meet your fellow traveling companions at this

morning’s welcome orientation. Travel through Palmer

in the Matanuska Valley, where cabbages can grow

to an amazing 70 pounds in the 24-hour daylight, up

over Tahneta Pass for wonderful vistas of Matanuska

and Worthington Glaciers. Stop at Bridal Veil Falls

before arriving in the seaside port of Valdez, often

referred to as the “Switzerland of Alaska.” Before

dinner tonight, enjoy a talk and Dock Walk of Valdez

with a local fishing expert. Learn more about the

Alaska fishing industry, the equipment used, and the

daily lives of these fishermen. Overnight (2) Valdez,


DAY 3 | Cruise on Prince William Sound (B, L)

Board your boat for a cruise on Prince William Sound

and along the 3-mile face of Columbia Glacier,

keeping a watchful eye out for wildlife, including seals,

sea otters, birds, and even whales! Before returning to

Valdez, see the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Terminal, where

supertankers are loaded with crude oil from Prudhoe


DAY 4 | Delta Junction Homestead/Fairbanks (B)

Enjoy great scenery all the way as you travel along

Richardson Highway. Stop at Delta Junction, a living

history homestead with a museum, original roadhouse,

and farm animals. Then, head west on the Alaska

Highway to Fairbanks, the state’s second-largest city.

Overnight (2) Fairbanks, AK

DAY 5 | Gold Dredge #8/Sternwheeler Discovery

Cruise/Chena Indian Village (B, D)

Visit Gold Dredge #8 and ride the narrow-gauge

railroad. Then, try your luck as you pan for gold. Later

today, board the Sternwheeler Discovery for a cruise

on the Chena and Tanana Rivers, with a stop at the

Chena Indian Village to learn about Athabascan

Native culture. You will also have the chance to

meet Iditarod mushers and their famed dog teams to

learn about breeding, training, and the big race! This

evening, enjoy a special Alaska Salmon Bake.

DAY 6 | Alaska Railroad/Denali National Park (B, D)

Board the world-famous Alaska Railroad for a journey

through untamed wilderness. Today’s ride ends at

Denali National Park, where North America’s highest

peak, 20,320-foot Denali, (formerly known as Mount

McKinley) majestically dominates the park’s 6 million

acres. The afternoon is free. This evening, enjoy dinner

at the Murie Science & Learning Center followed by

an exclusive presentation on Denali National Park by

a local naturalist. Overnight (2) Denali National Park,


DAY 7 | Denali National Park/Wilderness

Expedition (B, L)

Morning at leisure. Optional activities include a float

trip down the Nenana River and a helicopter ride over

the park. Then, dress comfortably for a wilderness

expedition into Denali National Park to seek out

grizzly bear, caribou, moose, and other wildlife. Enjoy

a box lunch along the way.

DAY 8 | Happy Trails Kennels/Alaska Bush Pilot

Presentation (B, L, D)

Continue your exploration of Denali National Park

as you head south toward Anchorage. Stop along

the way at Happy Trails Kennels, home of four-time

Iditarod Champion Martin Buser and his dogs. Meet

an Iditarod competitor and learn how they race and

care for their dogs. You will also see a demonstration

on mushing, complete with a mock Iditarod checkpoint,

and get a chance to play with the sled dogs! This

evening, your tour director hosts a special farewell

dinner. Over desert, enjoy a special presentation by

an Alaskan bush pilot. Overnight (2) Anchorage, AK

DAY 9 | Kenai Fjords National Park Cruise (B, L)

Witness one of the world’s most scenic drives as you

follow the south shore of lovely Turnagain Arm. Upon

arrival in Seward, board your vessel for a cruise of

Kenai Fjords National Park and the opportunity to see

glaciers calving into the sea, orcas, humpback whales,

sea otters, and more!

Day 10 | 10 Fly Home (B)

The tour ends this morning as we transfer to the

Anchorage airport for our flight home after a wonderful

time exploring the beauty of Alaska.

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Aug. 2-15, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Embark on a journey to the west coast of the United

States. Enjoy the time today getting acquainted

with your new travel mates and Allied tour director.

Overnight Cheyenne, WY

DAY 2 | Jackson, WY (B, D)

Celebrate Jackson Hole’s old west history with a

chuck-wagon dinner and traditional old west music

with the Bar J Wranglers. Overnight Jackson, WY

DAY 3 | Craters of the Moon National Monument (B)

At Craters of the Moon National Monument,

experience the drastic landscape and lava flows that

make up this park. Overnight Mountain Home, ID

DAY 4 | Painted Hills of Oregon (B)

You will understand why the Painted Hills are one of

the “7 Wonders of Oregon,” bathed in layers of bright

reds and rich yellows. Overnight Bend, OR

DAY 5 | Crater Lake (B, BL)

Surrounded by cliffs with a depth of 1,943 feet, Crater

Lake is the deepest lake in the United States. The

water's intense blue color is an indication of its great

depth and purity. Overnight Eugene, OR

DAY 6 | Sea Lion Caves/Giant Dune Buggy ride (B, D)

Head to the Oregon Coast today and visit America’s

largest Sea Lion Caves. Feel the sea breezes in your

face today as you travel in a Giant Dune Buggy on

the Sand Dunes, trails and the sea coast. Overnight

Coos Bay, OR

DAY 7 | Rogue River Jet Boat Cruise (B, BL)

Follow the Oregon Coast and jet boat the historic mail

boat route just as Rogue River pioneers have done

since 1895. Overnight Eureka, CA

DAY 8 | Founders Grove Redwoods/Golden Gate

Bridge/Fisherman’s Wharf (B, L)

Walk in the shadows of 1000 year old “giants” at

Founders Grove and experience their majesty in

California’s Redwood region. The Golden Gate Bridge

greets you as you cross the bay into San Francisco.

Our Fisherman’s Wharf hotel allows you free time to

explore the Wharf area. Overnight San Francisco, CA

DAY 9 | Alcatraz Tour/San Francisco City Tour (B)

Board a bay ferry out to Alcatraz Island - aka “The

Rock” in San Francisco Bay. Learn the mysteries behind

the infamous federal penitentiary and notorious

occupants. Sit back and let your motor coach driver

navigate the hills of San Francisco as you travel through

Chinatown, the financial district and hear stories of the

city. Find time to take the famous San Francisco Cable

Cars! Overnight Sonoma Valley Area, CA

DAY 10 | Sonoma Winery Tour/Donner Memorial/

South Lake Tahoe (B, L)

Benziger Winery in Sonoma Valley’s wine country is

our destination today for a winery tram tour, tasting

& lunch. Travel through the Sierra Nevada Mountains

on your way to Lake Tahoe with a stop at the Donner

Party Memorial. Overnight South Lake Tahoe, NV

DAY 11 | Virginia City/National Automobile

Museum (B, L)

Learn about the 19th century mining “Bonanza” that

made Virginia City a booming city of its day by riding

the Virginia/Truckee Train. A stop at the National

Automobile Museum in Reno boasts one of the largest

collections of automobiles in the U.S. All were the

personal collection of Bill Harrah, founder or Harrah’s

Hotels and Casinos. Overnight Reno, NV

DAY 12 | Bonneville Salt Flats/Salt Lake City, UT (B)

Today is a travel day as we start heading east

again through the high desert of Nevada. We pass

the Bonneville Salt Flats and stop for a photo op.

Overnight Salt Lake City, UT

DAY 13 | Legends of Laramie Tour (B, D)

Travel out of the Utah valley and over the Wasatch

Mountains. Learn about gunfighters, lawmen and

brothels in old west Laramie, WY during your "Legends

of Loramie" tour. Enjoy Allied’s farewell dinner this

evening in old west style! Overnight Laramie, WY

DAY 14 | Travel Home (B)

Today you are headed home. Sit back and relax as

the miles turn into memories and you reflect on the fun

times and sights that you have seen with your Allied



•Jackson Hole Chuckwagon Dinner

•Craters of the Moon Nat'l Monument

•Painted Hills of Oregon

•Crater Lake

•Oregon Coastal Drive

•Sea Lion Caves

•Oregon Coastal Dunes Giant

Dune Buggy Ride

•Rogue River Jet Boat Cruise

•Avenue of the Giants Redwoods

•San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf

•San Francisco Step-on Guide

•Alcatraz Island Tour

•Winery Tour in Sonoma Valley

•National Automobile Museum

•22 Meals: 13 Breakfasts (B),

3 Lunch (L), 2 Boxed Lunches (BL),

4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong


•Cheyenne, WY – Little America

•Jackson, WY - 49’er Inn

•Mountain Home, ID – Hampton Inn

•Bend, OR – Comfort Inn

•Eugene, OR – Holiday Inn

•Coos Bay, OR – Red Lion

•Eureka, CA – Red Lion

•San Francisco, CA – Holiday Inn

Express Fisherman’s Wharf

•Sonoma, CA – Double Tree

•South Lake Tahoe, NV –

Montbleu Resort

•Reno, NV – BW Sure Stay

•Salt Lake City, UT – Hampton Inn

•Laramie, WY – Holiday Inn


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City & Orange City



$3,274 Double, per person

$4,259 Single

$2,969 Triple, per person


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Sept. 25-29, 2019


•Falls of the Big Sioux River

•Custer Annual Buffalo Roundup

•Crazy Horse Memorial

•Mount Rushmore

•Black Hills Safari Tour

•Custer State Park Wildlife Loop

•Needles Highway

•Iron Mountain Road

•Homestake Open Pit Mine Tour

•Deadwood Tour


•8 Meals; 4 Breakfasts (B),

4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint

DAY 1| Travel Day/Falls of the Big Sioux River (D)

Travel to the Black Hills with Allied and take in the

Custer Buffalo Round Up adventure. As we depart

today, we take time to view the Falls of the Big Sioux

River in Sioux Falls. The Falls of the Big Sioux River have

been a focus of life in the region throughout history.

Native American people were the first to visit the

falls and bring stories of them to European explorers.

They have been the center of recreation and industry

since the founding of the city in 1856. Overnight (2)

Keystone, SD

Independence Hall. Learn about the Declaration of

Independence and the 56 men who signed it….housed

inside a reproduction of Philadelphia's Independence

Hall. Overnight (2) Rapid City, SD


•Keystone, SD (2) – K Bar S Lodge

•Rapid City, SD (2) – Home 2 Suites

by Hilton


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus & Sioux



$1,074 Double, per person

$1,354 Single

$989 Triple, per person





DAY 2 | Black Hills Tour/Mount Rushmore (B, D)

Get ready for a full day of touring in the Black Hills!

Our journey today includes Iron Mountain Road and

the famous “Pig Tale” bridges; Needles Highway

(squeeze through the rocks!); Mount Rushmore with

free time to view our nation’s most beloved mountain

sculpture; Crazy Horse Memorial; Fort Hayes

Chuckwagon for breakfast and Chuckwagon supper


DAY 3 | Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup/

Independence Hall (B, D)

We are up early this morning to enter Custer State

Park for the 49th annual Buffalo Roundup. The motor

coach will park on the hillside and we will venture out

to watch the sunrise and wait for the buffalo. Please

bring a lawn chair and/or blanket plus warm clothes

including hat, gloves & scarf. Before the sun rises, you

may purchase a cup of coffee or a pancake breakfast

to be enjoyed out on the range. As the sun comes up

over the hill, you warm up and begin to watch and

wait. It’s not long and you may hear a distant thunder

or catch a glimpse on the horizon of a dark shadow.

Then, local cowboys & cowgirls do their best to drive

the park’s herd into the buffalo corrals, passing by your

viewing area. American history meets amazing art in

DAY 4 | Homestake Open Pit Mine Tour/Deadwood

Tour/Tatanka/Saloon #10 (B, D)

Homestake Open Pit Mine is still a work in progress.

Learn about the gold mining history and the scientific

experimentation history and ongoing study even

today. We learn about the “Story of the Bison” at

Tatanka. Our guide will teach us about the Lakota

way of life and will take us to the refurbished Tatanka

sculpture depicting a buffalo jump commonly used

by the Plains Native Americans to harvest large

numbers of buffalo. We then travel to Deadwood for

the “original Deadwood” tour with a step-on guide.

Hear the tales of yesteryear in Deadwood. Travel up

to Mt. Mariah, the infamous Deadwood cemetery,

where many notable western personalities are buried.

Dinner tonight at Saloon #10 – famous for where

Wild Bill Hickok met his demise.

DAY 5 | Travel Home (B)

Wall Drug is in our path for a taste of “free ice water.”

After a fun and unique Black Hills adventure, it is time

to load up the coach and head home.


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Sept. 4-13, 2019

Day 1 | Travel Day (LD)

Today we travel towards the southwestern portion of

the United States to visit our beautiful National Parks.

Overnight Denver, CO

Day 2 | Arches National Park/”Un-Wined and

Dine” River Cruise (B, D)

Journey through Colorado’s Rocky Mountains today.

Visit Arches National Park with an expert local stepon

guide. Tonight you will be treated to a dinner and

an “Un-wined and Dine” cruise with entertainment.

Overnight Moab, UT

Day 3 | Capitol Reef National Park/Bryce Canyon

National Park (B, BL)

En route to Bryce Canyon, drive through Capitol Reef

National Park. Catch the sunset over Bryce Canyon,

bringing out all the reds, pinks, and rusts on the

stunning rock formations of the canyon. Overnight

Bryce Canyon, UT

Day 4 | Zion National Park/Glen Canyon Dam (B)

The incredible scenery continues during a Zion

National Park tram ride. Then it’s on to the Glen

Canyon National Recreation Area to catch a glimpse

of the Glen Canyon Dam, one of the highest dams in

the United States. Overnight Page, AZ

Day 5 | Lake Powell Cruise/Grand Canyon

National Park (B, L)

A cruise on Lake Powell will delight all as you travel

into scenic Antelope Canyon with its dramatic, steep

red sandstone walls. Off to the magnificent Grand

Canyon, where you will enjoy one of nature’s greatest

works of art. You are given free time to explore the

Grand Canyon area. Overnight near Grand Canyon,


Day 6 | Monument Valley/Navajo Cookout (B, L)

On your way to Colorado today, we travel through the

Navajo and the Ute Indian Reservations to Monument

Valley for a close-up view in an open air jeep with a

knowledgeable local guide learning about the famous

monoliths rising from the earth. Enjoy a Navajo

cookout! Overnight Cortez, CO

Day 7 | Durango & Silverton Train/Million Dollar

Highway (B, D)

Behold the spectacular mountain scenery of the San

Juan National Forest between Durango and Silverton

aboard the Durango & Silverton train. The Million

Dollar Highway takes us to the “Switzerland of

America,” Ouray, CO. Overnight Montrose, CO

Day 8 | Black Canyon of the Gunnison National

Monument/Royal Gorge Bridge (B, LD)

More wondrous scenery unfolds at the Black Canyon

of the Gunnison National Monument. From the Royal

Gorge Bridge, gaze at the river meandering through

the canyon far below. Overnight Colorado Springs,


Day 9 | Pikes Peak or Seven Falls Options/Garden

of the Gods (B, D)

You have two options to choose from today. #1 Travel

to the 14,100 foot summit of Pikes Peak on a 4 hour

round trip by mini bus or van. OR #2 Visit Seven Falls

and view the seven drops of water from a viewing

platform or climb the 448 stairs to the top! Join our

step-on guide in the Garden of the Gods where you’ll

see towering red sandstone formations that created this

unique and picturesque park. Overnight Denver, CO

Day 10 | Travel Home/Lunch at Ole’s (B, L)

Homeward bound today and on our way take time to

have lunch at Ole’s Big Game Steakhouse in Paxton,



•Arches National Park

•Capitol Reef National Park

•Bryce Canyon National Park

•Zion National Park

•Glen Canyon Dam

•Lake Powell Cruise

•Grand Canyon National Park

•Monument Valley

•Navajo Cookout

•Durango & Silverton Train Ride

Tour Option: Pikes Peak or

Seven Falls

•18 Meals: 9 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (L); 1 Boxed Lunch (BL)

2 Light Dinners (LD);

3 Dinners (D)


• Denver, CO – Drury Inn

• Moab, UT – Fairfield Inn

• Bryce Canyon, UT – Ruby’s Inn

• Page, AZ – Lake Powell Resort

• Grand Canyon, AZ – Canyon


• Cortez, CO – Baymont Inn

• Montrose, CO – Holiday Inn


• Colorado Springs, CO – Drury Inn

• Denver, CO – Hyatt House


Day 9 Options:

#1: Pikes Peak Road Trip - $85

#2: Seven Falls - $15


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus &

Sioux City


$2,514 Double, per person

$3,224 Single

$2,299 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier



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Oct. 5-12, 2019


•2 Mass Ascensions at the Balloon


•Evening Balloon Glowdeo

•Local Expert Guides in Santa Fe &


•Visit an Actual Pueblo (not on any

other tour)

•Cumbres & Toltec Steam Train


•Overnight in Santa Fe

•14 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

2 Lunches (L); 5 Dinners (D/LD)


•Denver, CO – Drury Inn

•Alamosa, CO – Hampton Inn

•Santa Fe, NM – The Lodge at

Santa Fe

•Albuquerque, NM (3) –

Courtyard by Marriott

•Lakewood, CO – Courtyard by



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus &

Sioux City


$1,999 Double, per person

$2,564 Single

$1,849 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier



DAY 1 | Travel Day (LD)

Board your “Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta” ultra coach

and get ready for an unbelievable experience when

you witness over 900 balloons ascend into the clear,

blue, New Mexico sky. Overnight Denver, CO

DAY 2 | Garden of the Gods/Old Colorado

Springs (B, D)

This morning visit the beautiful Garden of the Gods

with its imposing rock formations. Take time to shop

and enjoy lunch in Old Colorado Springs. Continue to

Alamosa to get ready for your all-day train excursion

tomorrow. Overnight Alamosa, CO

DAY 3 | Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad (B, L)

Today you’re in for a real treat when you ride the

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad for an unforgettable

journey into the San Juan Mountains of New Mexico.

Travel over trestles and through deep gorges where, at

times, the train seems pressed in by rock on both sides.

It’s a train trip you’ll never forget. Overnight Santa Fe,


DAY 4 | Tour Santa Fe/Loretto Chapel/New

Mexico Capitol (B, D)

This morning, tour Santa Fe with a local guide to

learn about the rich culture of this 400-year-old city.

See the Loretto Chapel where an itinerant carpenter

built a stairway that defies description and the New

Mexico State Capitol building. Then make your way to

Albuquerque for the largest hot air balloon festival in

the world! Overnight (3) Albuquerque, NM


DAY 5 | Mass Ascension/Albuquerque Tour/Old

Town/Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (B, D)

It’s the day you’ve been waiting for-the mass

ascension at the Albuquerque International Balloon

Fiesta. Watch as giant beach balls fill the sky. Your

local guide will take you on a tour of Albuquerque

Ron Behrmann

to point out its rich history to include Route 66, Old

Town, the Kimo Theater, and more. Take time to stroll

Old Town-the original settlement of Albuquerque.

This afternoon, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center will

provide you with an inside look at New Mexico’s 19

American Indian Pueblos.

Ron Behrmann

DAY 6 | Special Shapes Rodeo/Acoma Pueblo/

International Balloon Museum/Evening Glowdeo

(B, L)

This morning, witness the Special Shape Rodeo where

hundreds of specialty balloons fill the sky. Imagine a

giant pig, a stagecoach, a space shuttle, and even

Uncle Sam. Today, visit an actual Indian Pueblo-

Acoma (Sky City). Set atop a 357 ft. high mesa,

Acoma is one of the largest adobe structures in North

America. Native American Indians live in more than

250 dwellings without water and electricity. Visit the

International Balloon Museum; it embraces the spirit of

adventure through interactive exhibits about balloon

flight dating back to the early 1700s. This evening,

head back over to the balloon field for the evening

Glowdeo. The magic of the New Mexico sky lights up

when pilots inflate their balloons that look like giant

holiday ornaments.

DAY 7 | White Fence Farm (B, D)

Leave Albuquerque with fond memories of your

International Balloon Fiesta experience. Make your

way back to Denver where, this evening, you’ll enjoy

one last meal with your fellow travel mates at the

White Fence Farm. Their chicken is out of this world.

Overnight Lakewood, CO

DAY 8 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home after a trip that’s taken you from

the rugged terrain of the San Juan Mountains to the

heights of the hot air balloons in Albuquerque.


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May 1-3, 2019

Since 1935 the Dutch town of Pella, Iowa has

celebrated spring with tulips! The Pella Tulip Festival is

one of the top 100 events in the country and you can

experience it firsthand on our Pella Tulip Festival tour.

DAY 1 | Donna Reed Center with an Episode of the

Donna Reed Show/Manning Hausbarn Tour with a

German Lunch/Mystery Stop in Des Moines (L)

Start your day with a visit to the Donna Reed

Performing Arts Center in a restored 1914 opera

house. Hear about Ms. Reed’s movie and television

career, see movie memorabilia belonging to the

movie star and as a special treat, you’ll watch an

episode of the Donna Reed Show. Then, head over to

the Manning Hausbarn, brought over from Germany

and assembled in Manning in 1996. This authentic

hausbarn will surprise and amaze you. Enjoy a

delicious German lunch in the visitor’s center. Next,

head to Des Moines where you’ll be treated to a

mystery stop followed by a brief walk-through of the

Papa John Sculpture Garden. Enjoy an evening at

leisure. Overnight Des Moines, IA (2)

DAY 2 | It’s Tulip Time! (B, L)

Spend all day at the Pella Tulip Festival starting with

the beautiful sunken gardens. Enjoy free time in the

square before savoring a Dutch lunch. Then take your

reserved seat for the Midwest’s most colorful event-the

Pella Tulip Parade. Complete with street scrubbers, the

baby carriage parade, floats and local bands, this

event is the best in the Midwest. (Please note exact

tulip blooming is subject to nature and cannot be


DAY 3 | Madison Country Memories Tour/John

Wayne Birthplace and Museum/Travel Home (B)

This morning take a stroll down memory lane in

Madison County, IA. Your first stop is Howell’s Dried

Flowers and Greenhouse. It’s where the rainbow

begins; their giant barn is filled with flowers being

naturally air-dried in addition to beautiful hanging

baskets and gifts galore! Then take a storybook

covered bridges tour in Winterset, IA. See many of the

sites used in the movie “Bridges of Madison County.”

Visit John Wayne’s birthplace and museum for an

inside look at America’s favorite cowboy. Then it’s time

to head home after a colorful trip to Pella, IA


•Donna Reed Center

•Manning Hausbarn with Lunch

•All day at Pella Tulip Festival

•Madison County Memories Tour

•4 Meals: 2 Breakfasts (B), 2

Lunches (L)


•Des Moines, IA (2) – Wildwood



Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City


$579 Double, per person

$659 Single

$535 Triple, per person




Tour Director -

Vonis Schroeder





June 3-8, 2019


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all of the attractions. So, be brave, take a chance with

us, and we promise you a memorable vacation.


•We guarantee quality accommodations

•10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B); 1 Lunch

4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director - Eileen Toussaint


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus & Sioux City


$1,499 Double, per person

$1,869 Single

$1,415 Triple, per person





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June 8-15, 2019


•Spend the Night at the Grand

Hotel with Breakfast, Lunch &


•Ford F-150 Truck Factory Tour

•Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield


•Celebration Belle Dinner Cruise

•Kalamazoo Air Zoo

•Frederik Meijer Garden

•12 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

1 Lunch (L); 4 Dinners (D)


•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Mackinaw City, MI – Hamilton Inn

•Mackinac Island, MI – Grand Hotel

•Frankenmuth, MI – Springhill Suites

•Dearborn, MI – Holiday Inn Express

•Kalamazoo, MI – Four Points by


•Moline, IL – Stoney Creek


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines


$1,999 Double, per person

$2,529 Single

$1,899 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Frankie Tiarks



Stay at the Grand Hotel, Frankenmuth & More!

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Get ready for a summertime adventure to the beautiful

state of Michigan. It’s a perfect time to visit Mackinac

Island especially when the lilacs are in full bloom.

Overnight Joliet, IL.

DAY 2 | Frederik Meijer Garden & Sculpture (B)

At Frederik Meijer Garden, experience masterpieces of

art and nature that will delight your senses at one of the

nation’s premier horticultural display gardens & sculpture

parks. Overnight Mackinaw City, MI

DAY 3 | Mackinac Island Carriage Tour/Grand Hotel

Buffet Lunch/Grand Hotel Accommodations (B, L, D)

Ferry to Mackinac Island this morning for a full day

to explore and soak in its charm and beauty. Upon

arrival take a horse and carriage tour of the island. Then

get ready for the buffet of buffets at the Grand Hotel.

A four-course dinner in the beautiful dining room is

included (jacket & tie required for men, cocktail dress/

pant suit suggested for women). This evening enjoy the

entertainment of Alex Graham and the Grand Hotel

Orchestra! Overnight Mackinac Island, MI

DAY 4 | Island Options/Frankenmuth (B, D)

Start the day with a bountiful breakfast buffet and some

free time. Make your way to downtown for lunch and

shopping before taking the ferry back to the mainland.

This afternoon, travel to Frankenmuth-Michigan’s "Little

Bavaria." Overnight Frankenmuth, MI

DAY 5 | Pretzel Making Demo/Bronner’s CHRISTmas

Wonderland (B)

This morning you’ll be immersed in the German culture

when you try your hand at making a Bavarian pretzel.

Also, see first-hand how they make that scrumptious

strudel. Visit the incredible Bronner's CHRISTmas

Wonderland. Say goodbye to “Little Bavaria” this

afternoon and travel to the Detroit area. Overnight

Dearborn, MI

DAY 6 | Ford Rouge (F-150 Truck) Factory Tour/

Henry Ford Museum/Greenfield Village (B)

The Ford Rouge Factory Tour will give you a new

appreciation for the history of auto manufacturing

and will amaze you as you watch the assembly of an

F-150 truck. This afternoon step back in time to when

America was growing up when you visit the Henry Ford

Museum and Greenfield Village. Both tell the story of

our country’s evolution to where we are today in a very

different way and will be one of the highlights of your

tour. Overnight Kalamazoo, MI

The Henry Ford

DAY 7 | Kalamazoo Air Zoo/Celebration Belle

Riverboat Dinner Cruise (B, D)

This morning visit the Kalamazoo Air Zoo; a highly

charged, multi-sensory atmosphere that goes beyond

anything you’ve ever seen. Continue to the Quad Cities

for an evening of dining and entertainment on the

Celebration Belle Riverboat! It will be a relaxing and

fun way to end your week-long adventure. Overnight

Maline, IA

DAY 8 | Isabel Bloom Factory/Travel Home (B)

The artisans of Isabel Bloom invite you to a tour of the

Harborview Production Studio in Davenport, Iowa.

You’ll have behind-the-scenes access to every step in

the making of each Isabel Bloom sculpture. Then it’s

homeward bound after a beautiful tour in Michigan

with the unforgettable memory of your stay at the

Grand Hotel!


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June 10-14, 2019

As the old saying goes “Get your Kicks on Route

66!” For this trip we are featuring the Illinois portion

of Route 66. There is lots to see and we are going to

show you the best of Route 66 in Illinois. Join us for a

fun-filled trip of nostalgia and a chance to reminisce

of the old days.

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Board your “Route 66” coach for a trip that explores

the most iconic highway in the country – Route 66.

Make some new travel friends on your way to

Chicago. This evening, you’re in for a real treat when

you enjoy dinner at Dell Rhea’s Chicken Basket. The

Rhea family has welcomed Route 66 travelers since

the 1940s and has some of the best fried chicken you’ll

ever eat! Overnight Chicago, IL area

DAY 2 | Route 66 Begin and End sign/Millennium

Park/Al Capone Grave/World’s Largest Laundromat/

Original Whitecastle/Joliet Historical Museum and

Route 66 Welcome Center (B, L, D)

You’re in for a big day of sightseeing today when

you start with the Route 66 "Begin and End" sign in

downtown Chicago. Next, take some time to walk

through Millennium Park and be sure not to miss the

famous giant stainless steel sculpture, “The Bean.”

Drive by Lew Mitchell’s Diner which has been serving

Route 66 travelers since 1923. Make a stop at the Al

Capone gravesite in the Mount Caramel Cemetery.

This Chicago mob boss reigned supreme for seven

years, culminating with the St. Valentine’s Day

Massacre in 1929. The government named him public

enemy #1. Then, see the world’s largest laundromat

and the original site of the Whitecastle hamburger

chain. Continue on to Joliet where you’ll visit the Route

66 Welcome Center with award-winning exhibits of

this iconic highway. Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 3 | Original Sections of Route 66/Gemini

Giant/Polk-a-Dot Drive-In/Texaco and Standard

Oil Station/Route 66 Hall of Fame and Museum/

Oakland Auto Museum/Route 66 Memory Lane/

Dead Man’s Curve (B, D)

"On the Road Again" as they say as we make our

way down original sections of Route 66 through the

heart of Illinois. Stop in Wilmington to see the Gemini

Giant at the Launching Pad Welcome Center and gift

shop. This giant sculpture sports a space helmet and

a rocket ship. It’s a hoot! Then, head to Braidwood to

the Polk-a-Dot Drive-In. Be on your best behavior as

we continue down Route 66 and visit a 2-cell jail (we

wouldn’t want to leave anyone here to do “time”).

We will also see an original Texaco and Standard Oil

station. In Pontiac, visit the Route 66 Hall of Fame and

Museum along with murals and the swinging bridge.

Also in Pontiac, visit the Oakland Auto Museum, one

the world’s largest collections of Pontiacs and artifacts

on the route. A special treat after lunch is the Route 66

Memory Lane – a one-mile stretch of original Route

66 that was dedicated in 1926 and has been restored

to the 1940’s era with vintage billboards and Burma

Shave signs. As we make our way to Bloomington, see

another original section of Route 66 known as “Dead

Man’s Curve.” Overnight Normal, IL

DAY 4 | Cruisin with Lincoln on Route 66 Exhibit/

Sprague’s Super Service Station/Funk’s Grove

Pure Maple Sirup/Bunyan Statue/World’s Largest

Covered Wagon/Abraham Lincoln Presidential

Library/Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site (B, D)

The last full day on Route 66 with more fun and

nostalgia. Start off with Cruisin’ with Lincoln on Route

66 Exhibit at the McQueen County Museum. Visit a

Tudor revival building that was once a service station

that served travelers on Route 66. As we make our

way down the road, visit Funk’s Grove Pure Maple

Sirup that’s been a family tradition since 1824.

Another iconic giant statue is the Bunyan in Atlanta,

IL which is a 19-foot tall statue holding a hot dog! In

Lincoln, IL see the world’s largest covered wagon as

registered in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Arrive in Springfield and visit the Abraham Lincoln

Presidential Library and Museum dedicated to the

life and legacy of our 16th president. The museum

merges scholarship with showmanship, offering hightech

exhibits, interactive displays, and multimedia

programs all on the life of Abraham Lincoln. Finally,

you’ll end your day at the somber and silent Lincoln

Tomb State Historic Site where President Lincoln and

his family are interred. Meet your fellow travel mates

for one final dinner together as you celebrate your

Route 66 trip. Overnight Springfield, IL

DAY 5 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home after an extensive journey

down Route 66 in Illinois.


•Dell Rhea’s Famous Chicken


•Route 66 "Begin and End" Sign in


•Joliet Historical Museum and

Route 66 Welcome Center

•Gemini Giant Statue

•Polka-a-Dot Drive-In

Travel on original sections of

Route 66

•Oakland Auto Museum

•Route 66 Memory Lane

•Cruisin’ with Lincoln on 66 Exhibit

•Lincoln Presidential Library and


•Lincoln Tomb State Historic Site

•9 Meals: 4 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 4 Dinners (D)


•Chicago Area, IL – Springhill


•Joliet, IL – Wingate

•Normal, IL – Holiday Inn Express

•Springfield, IL – Holiday Inn



Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines


$1,099 Double, per person

$1,338 Single

$1,044 Triple, per person




Tour Director -

Brent Kalemkiarian


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June 13-21, 2019


•Mall of America

•St. Paul Gangster Tour

•Wabasha Street Caves

•Minnesota State Capitol tour

•Beautiful Stillwater

•Scenic St. Croix River Lunch Cruise

•Lake Superior Maritime Visitor


•William A. Irvin Ore Ship

•Split Rock Lighthouse

•North Shore Drive

•Gooseberry Falls

•Grand Portage National Monument

•Grand Portage State Park

•Hibbing Mine Overlook

•Soudan Underground Mine tour

•Headwaters of the Mississippi

•Lake Itasca Nature Cruise

•Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum

•16 Meals: 8 Breakfasts (B), 5

Lunches, (L), 1 Boxed Lunch (BL),

2 Dinners (D)


•Bloomington, MN - Country Inn

and Suites

•Stillwater, MN (2) – Historic

Water Street Inn

•Duluth, MN – Hampton Inn

Canal Park

•Tofte, MN (2) – AmericInn

•Bemidji, MN – Holiday Inn


•St. Cloud, MN – Best Western

Kelly Inn


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City & Orange City


$1,879 Double, per person

$2,489 Single

$1,689 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Diane Roecker



DAY 1 | Minneapolis/Mall of America (L)

Venture north to the state of Minnesota – the land of

10,000 lakes! You will see wonderful attractions and

learn about the state of Minnesota. Get to know your

Allied tour director and fellow passengers as you travel.

Learn about the Dakota Wars at the Treaty Site History

Center in St. Peter, MN. Tonight, your stay is next door

to the Mall of America, proclaimed to be the second

largest mall in North America and the largest in the U.S.

Overnight Bloomington, MN

DAY 2 | Wabasha Street Caves/Minnesota Capitol

Tour (B, L)

St. Paul was home to a large community of gangsters.

Hear their stories as the Wabasha Street Caves takes

us to some of their hide-outs with a costumed character

from history. Wabasha Street Caves has an interesting

lore to discover as we discover their hideout and have

lunch at the caves. Tour the seat of government at the

state capitol. Learn of the history, art, architecture and

Minnesota’s state government. Overnight (2) Stillwater,


DAY 3 | Stillwater City Tour/St. Croix River Cruise (B, L)

Stillwater is the birthplace of Minnesota. Enjoy a guided

tour to learn how Stillwater developed from a booming

lumber community to the pretty city that it is. Travel on the

scenic St. Croix River during the authentic paddlewheel

lunch cruise. Free time in Stillwater is a must to explore

their historic downtown.

DAY 4 | Duluth City Tour/Lake Superior Maritime

Visitor Center/William A. Irvin Ore Ship/Canal Park


Interstate State Park will intrigue you with the geology

that formed this park. At least 10 different lava flows

are exposed in the park along with two distinct glacial

deposits and traces of old streams, valleys and faults.

Travel to Duluth for a step-on guided tour of the city.

Venture aboard the William A. Irvin Ore ship and hear

how this proud flagship of U.S. Steel’s Great Lakes Fleet

weathered treacherous storms while carrying ore over

Lake Superior. Overnight Duluth, MN

DAY 5 | Glensheen Mansion/ Split Rock Lighthouse/

Gooseberry Falls (B, D)

Glensheen Mansion tells the story of the Congdon

family of Minnesota who were instrumental in opening

Minnesota’s ore mining trade. The mansion is still fully

intact from the era when the Congdon’s made it home in

the early 1900’s. We travel to Split Rock Lighthouse in

Two Harbors to see this lone light in the night for many

a ship along the rugged coastline. Gooseberry Falls

is the gateway of the North Shore of Lake Superior.

Overnight (2) Tofte, MN

DAY 6 | Grand Portage National Monument/Grand

Portage State Park (B, BL, D)

Take a day to drive North Shore Drive to Grand Portage

National Monument. The monument describes through

a living history site the quick water access used by the

Northwest Fur Trade for their fur trade business. Learn

of the partnership that they had with the Ojibwa tribe in

this region. Discover Minnesota’s highest waterfalls at

Grand Portage State Park. Enjoy a picnic lunch today

at one of the scenic parks.

DAY 7 | Soudan Underground Mine/Hibbing Open

Pit Mine (B)

As you travel across northern Minnesota, you will

discover their mining industry. Visit Soudan Underground

mine for a tour of Minnesota’s first iron ore mine. Travel

to Hibbing to view one of the world’s largest open pit

mines. Overnight Bemidji, MN

DAY 8 | Mississippi Headwaters/Lake Itasca Cruise

(B, L)

Visit Itasca State Park and “walk across the rocks” at the

headwaters of the Mississippi River at Lake Itasca State

Park. A cruise on Lake Itasca with a naturalist will give

narration of the history and wildlife and founding of the

Itasca State Park. Overnight St. Cloud, MN

DAY 9 | Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum/Lunch at

Nellie’s/Travel home (B, L)

On our final miles through Minnesota, we will make

a stop at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum in Walnut

Grove and lunch at Nellie’s. As you travel home today,

sit back as you reflect on your fun days in the beautiful

state of Minnesota.


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Aug. 5-9, 2019

Ladies, it’s another chance to get away and enjoy the

friendship and fellowship of our female friends. We’ll

travel to the Amish Country of Northern Indiana to

explore their Quilt Gardens, shop at charming Amish

stores and learn about how the Amish ladies manage

their daily lives. The food, shops and entertainment all

promise to be plentiful!

DAY 1 |Jacob Henry Mansion (D)

Travel today takes us just south of the Chicago area.

Get acquainted with the ladies on board with dinner at

the Jacob Henry Mansion. Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 2 | Dutch Country Market/Real Indiana

Housewives/Essenhaus Dinner Theater (B, D)

Continue to Amish Country in Northern Indiana. Our

afternoon finds us at the Dutch Country Market which

features bulk foods and homemade noodles. All

throughout our time in the area we will see blooming

gardens and hand-painted murals that join quilting

patterns, flowers and art into beautiful gardens. The

quaint town of Shipshewana will be a perfect stop

for lunch and shopping time at quaint stores such as

Cornucopia, Country Elegance, Apple Creek Ally &

more. Next, see how the Real Indiana Amish ladies

manage their households including learning the

tradition behind the Amish clothing. Ruth Otto welcomes

us to her Rag Rug Weaving shop for a demonstration.

We check into the Essenhaus Inn and enjoy an evening

buffet dinner and show at the Essenhaus theater (show

TBA). Overnight (2) Middlebury, IN

DAY 3 | Carriage House/ Historical Quilt Presentation/

Amish Dinner & Quilting B (B, D)

A local guide joins us today. Learn how to make cinnamon

rolls “the easy way” with Elaine at the Carriage House.

Enjoy time at Teaberry Wood Products where we meet

Rachel and learn about making wooden baskets and

more. We’ll see several Quilt Gardens throughout

our day. Enjoy a presentation at the Elkhart County

Museum of old quilts to learn about their meaning

and how to “read” them. Linton’s Enchanted Gardens

rounds out our afternoon. Enjoy a Thrasher meal at

an Amish home this evening followed by a Quilting B!

After our delicious home cooked meal, we will pull up a

chair around a few original quilt frames filled with hand

pieced Amish quilts. You can participate, watch, learn

or just chat as these Amish ladies lead the novice and

experienced quilter in an old-fashioned quilting bee.

DAY 4 | Amish Acres 56th Annual Arts & Crafts

Festival (B, D)

After a good night’s sleep we are ready to hit the Amish

Acres 56th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival. What began

as a downtown clothes line art show 56 years ago has

grown into one of the top arts and crafts festivals in the

nation. With over 300 juried artists/crafters from over

24 states, you are sure to find some temptations to take

home with you. It’s time to head for home this afternoon.

Enjoy a “Farewell Dinner” at the rustic Starved Rock

Lodge. Overnight LaSalle, IL

DAY 5 | Hegeler-Carus Mansion/Home (B)

This morning enjoy a tour of the Hegeler-Carus Mansion.

See beautiful, century-old imported chandeliers, ornate

woodworking, intricate hand-painted ceilings and more

in this Victorian-era mansion that dates back to 1874.

Many features were ahead of their time such as indoor

plumbing, a two-story gym, a speaker-tube system for

talking room to room, parquet floors and more! By midmorning

we are back on the road for our journey home

after a fun-filled "Ladies Only" vacation!


•Dutch Country Market


•Rag Rug Weaving Demo

•Essenhaus Inn Dinner and Theater

•Teaberry Wood Products

•Quilt Gardens

•Elkhart County Museum

•Linton’s Enchanted Gardens

•Amish Dinner & Quilting B

•Amish Acres Arts & Crafts Festival

•Hegler-Carus Mansion

•8 Meals: 4 Breakfasts (B);

4 Dinners (D)


•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Middlebury, IN (2)—Essenhaus Inn

•La Salle, IL—Hampton Inn


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines


$1,165 Double, per person

$1,399 Single

$1,099 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Loretta Mills



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Sept. 14-22, 2019


•Stay Overnight at the Grand Hotel

•Door County Sightseeing with a

Local Guide

•3 Meals at the Grand Hotel,

including a Dinner Dance

•Castle Farms Tour

•Music House Museum

•15 Meals: 8 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (L); 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Darlene Wees


•Dubuque, IA – Hampton Inn

•Sturgeon Bay, WI (2) – Bridgeport

Waterfront Resort

•Mackinaw City, MI – Hamilton Inn

•Mackinac Island, MI – Grand Hotel

•Traverse City, MI – Bayshore Resort

•Holland, MI – DoubleTree

•Davenport, IA – Hampton Inn


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines


$2,189 Double, per person

$2,834 Single

$2,049 Triple, per person

Includes Overnight at The Grand Hotel!

Get ready for an exciting adventure of Great Lakes

coastal fun. Experience a relaxing stay on Mackinac

Island at the historic Grand Hotel and visit popular Door

County, WI

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Get to know your travel companions as you journey

to eastern Iowa. Enjoy dinner with your fellow travel

mates. Overnight Dubuque, IA

DAY 2 | Wisconsin State Capitol (B)

The journey today takes you to Madison where you

will tour the Wisconsin State Capitol. Head for Door

County known as the “New England” of the Midwest.

Overnight (2) Sturgeon Bay, WI

DAY 3 | Door County Tour (B, L, D)

Today explore Door County with a local expert guide.

Visit Bjorklunden Chapel, a local orchard, Eagle Bluff

Lighthouse, and quaint lakeside villages before enjoying

lunch at Al Johnson’s restaurant where the goats trim the

grass on the roof! Continue this afternoon to visit other

sights to include Boynton Chapel, Peninsula State Park,

photo stops of the Bay of Green Bay, and more! Enjoy a

traditional Wisconsin Fish Boil this evening!

DAY 5 | Carriage Tour/Leisure Time at Grand Hotel (B, L, D)

Board a ferry to Mackinac Island and upon arrival, the

proud tradition continues on your horse-drawn carriage

island tour. Then, the Grand Buffet awaits at the Grand

Hotel! You won’t believe it. Enjoy the afternoon at

leisure to soak in the beauty of the hotel and grounds.

Tonight savor dinner in the luxurious dining room with

entertainment (jacket & tie for men, cocktail dress/pant

suit for ladies) Overnight Mackinac Island, MI

DAY 6 | Mackinac Island Free Time/Castle Farms Tour (B)

Following breakfast at the Grand Hotel, take some free

time to enjoy the hotel, stroll through the town, rent a

bike, or take a taxi to Fort Mackinac. Ferry back to the

mainland and visit the incredible Castle Farms mansion

and gardens. Celebrating nearly 100 years of history,

you’ll be amazed at this home. Overnight Traverse

City, MI


leisure 3 active

DAY 7 | Music House Museum/Cherry Hut (B, L)

This morning a unique stop is the Music House Museum.

The collection of antique organs, pianos, jukeboxes and

more will amaze you! Next stop is Cherry Hut, home to

all things cherry! Overnight Holland, MI

DAY 4 | Big Spring (B)

The Upper Peninsula (UP) is filled with beautiful scenery.

This afternoon visit a most unusual natural phenomenon-

Big Spring, Michigan’s largest spring. Board a special

observation raft to see the bottom of this crystal-clear

spring that bubbles up from 40 ft below. Over 10,000

gallons per minute gush up from fissures in the limestone!

Overnight Mackinaw City, MI

DAY 8 | DeKlomp Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory (B, D)

Holland is home to a rich Dutch heritage. The DeKlomp

Wooden Shoe & Delft Factory is the only blue and

white delftware factory in the U.S. Also visit an authentic

Dutch windmill, over 240 years old and twelve stories

high! Overnight Davenport, IA

DAY 9 | Travel Home (B)

It’s homeward bound today after a great time of making

memories, meeting new friends, and traveling scenic

Wisconsin and Michigan.


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Oct. 1-4, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Your tour director will help you to get to know your

fellow travel mates along your journey today. Enjoy a

welcome dinner tonight. Overnight (2) Onalaska, WI

DAY 2 | Cranberry Bog Tour/Cranberry Discovery

Center/Cheese Outlet/Chef’s Dinner (B, LL, D)

Get ready for cranberry day! Visit a family owned

cranberry bog and get a first-hand look at how they

grow and harvest that red little berry that tastes so

good. At the Cranberry Discovery Center learn how

they are developing new ways of growing, harvesting,

and marketing this delicious fruit. Stop at a Wisconsin

cheese outlet for a sample of a “taste of Wisconsin.”

This evening is reserved for a special Chef’s Dinner with

Chef Roderique. He will prepare a gourmet dinner for

our group “Emeril style” and even share his recipes.

DAY 3 | Mississippi River Cruise aboard the

Celebration Belle (B, L, D)

Think Mark Twain today! Board the paddle-wheeler

Celebration Belle for a six-hour leisurely cruise on

the mighty Mississippi from Prairie du Chien, WI to

Dubuque, IA. The ship’s captain will narrate the history

and navigation as you journey south. You’ll enjoy two

delicious meals on board including a prime rib dinner.

Enjoy entertainment on board or you can just sit back,

relax, and enjoy the beautiful fall colors on the river.

Overnight Dubuque, IA

DAY 4 | New Melleray Abbey/Lunch at Galleria de

Paco (B, L)

This morning’s very interesting stop is at the New

Melleray Abbey where 30 monks live, work, and

pray as a way of life. Wait until you learn about the

product they produce. Next, step into “Little Italy”

when you marvel at the paintings of the Sistine Chapel

re-created by Polish artist Paco with spray paint. You

won’t believe it! Enjoy lunch at this unique restaurant.

Then, it’s time to head home after a relaxing and

delightful cruise on the Mississippi River.


•All Day Cruising the Mississippi

•Cranberry Bog Tour

•Special Reserved Dinner

Prepared by a Chef

•Lunch at Galleria de Paco

•New Melleray Abbey

•9 Meals: 3 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (LL/L); 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director - Vonis Schroeder


•Onalaska, WI (2) – Stoney Creek Inn

•Dubuque, IA – Hotel Julien


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus, Fremont,

Sioux City & Des Moines


$1,014 Double, per person

$1,179 Single

$979 Triple, per person








Oct. 10-13, 2019


•6 Outstanding Shows

•Dinners both Buffet & Plated

•Quality Accommodations

•Good Seating at Shows

•6 Meals: 3 Breakfasts (B); 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director - Frankie Tiarks


• Branson, MO (3) – Barrington Hotel

DAY 1 | Travel to Branson (D)

•Oak Ridge Boys

DAY 2 | Branson Shows (B, D)

•Sinatra & Friends

•Dewey Short Visitors Center

•Rick Thomas - Master Illusionist

DAY 3 | Branson Shows (B, D)

•Beach Boys - California Dreamin

•Samson at Sight & Sound Theater

•Million Dollar Quartet


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln, Grand

Island, Norfolk & Columbus


$889 Double, per person

$1,040 Single

$849 Triple, per person





DAY 4 | Travel Home (B)

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Feb. 7-17, 2019


•Oklahoma City National Memorial

•Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

•San Antonio River Walk

•Dolphin Cruise

•King Ranch Tour & Barbecue

•USS Lexington

•Ocean Star Drilling Rig & Museum

•Houston Space Center

•Branson Dinner & Show

•20 Meals: 10 Breakfasts (B);

7 Lunches (L); 2 Light Dinners (LD)

1 Dinner (D)


•Oklahoma City, OK – Hampton

Inn Brickton

•Temple, TX – Fairfield Inn & Suites

•San Antonio, TX – Drury Inn River

Walk Hotel

•Corpus Christi, TX (2) – Emerald

Beach Resort

•Galveston, TX (2) – Holiday Inn

Beach Resort

•Houston, TX – Drury Inn & Suites

•Texarkana, AR – Holiday Inn

•Branson, MO – Comfort Inn

Thousand Hills


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus &

Sioux City


$2,269 Double, per person

$2,899 Single

$2,065 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist



Day 1 | Travel Day/Oklahoma City National

Outdoor Memorial (L)

Pack your binoculars and your camera for a winter

escape leaving behind the winter temperatures of

the mid-west. A stop will be included at the outdoor

Oklahoma City National Memorial. Overnight

Oklahoma City, OK

Day 2 | Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza/JFK

Memorial (B)

Today, as you travel through Dallas, visit the Sixth

Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and drive by the

JFK Memorial which commemorates the life, death

and legacy of John F. Kennedy, our 35th President.

Overnight Temple, TX

Day 3 | San Antonio City Tour/River Walk/The

Alamo (B, L, LD)

Drive further south today to San Antonio. A step-on

guide will show you the city. Explore the River Walk

and The Alamo, where the famed Texas Revolution

took place. Your overnight stay at a River Walk hotel

will give you ample free time to ride the canal boats or

explore on your own. Overnight San Antonio, TX

Day 4 | Corpus Christi City Tour/Dolphin Cruise (B, L)

A narrated city tour gives an overview of the Corpus

Christi highlights such as the museum district, the marina

and lively downtown. We travel to Port Aransas to

take in a Dolphin watch/Sealife excursion. Overnight

(2) Corpus Christi, TX

Day 5 | King Ranch Tour/Barbecue/King Ranch

Museum (B, L)

Discover the King Ranch in Kingsville. Begin with a

guided tour explaining the history and modern day

workings of the ranch. The ring of the cook’s bell

summons us to experience a barbecue at Caesar

Camp house. The King Ranch Museum houses family

history, saddles from five continents, and a vehicle

collection dating from the beginnings of the ranch to

present day. In Kingsville’s Historic District, explore

the King Ranch Saddle Shop where fine products are

crafted from rugged King Ranch leather.

Day 6 | USS Lexington/Travel to Galveston, TX (B)

This morning explore the USS Lexington – the Museum

on the Bay, the highly decorated aircraft carrier of

World War II. Check into your beachside hotel this

evening. Overnight (2) Galveston, TX

Day 7 | Ocean Star Drilling Rig/Texas Seaport

Museum/Tall Ship Elissa/Galveston Harbor Cruise (B,L)

Discover Galveston Island today. Start your day with

a guided city tour. A visit to the Ocean Star Drilling

Rig & Museum will tell the story of offshore drilling

in the Gulf region from this retired drilling rig. Learn

about commerce of the sea and immigration that came

through the Galveston port in “the Ellis Island of the

West.” Top off the day with a Harbor Cruise.

Day 8 | Houston Space Center (B, LD)

Space Center Houston tells the story of America’s

manned space flight program. A guided tram tour

stops at Mission Control, the Space Shuttle training

facility and other NASA features. Overnight Houston,


Day 9 | Travel Day/Texarkana (B, L)

Today you start heading north towards home. The

beautiful Texas and Arkansas countryside will keep us

entertained as we travel. Overnight Texarkana, AR

Day 10 | Grand Jubilee/Branson, MO (B, D)

Branson, Missouri just happens to be in our travel path,

so we arrive in time to catch dinner and a show at the

Grand Jubilee. Singing today’s country hits as well

as quartet classics from the Oak Ridge Boy’s to the

Eagles, this show is always a hit! Overnight Branson,


Day 11 | Travel Home/Lunch (B, L)

Hold tight to the thought of those warm Gulf breezes

and fun memories of the Texas Gulf Coast as we make

our way home today. Enjoy a lunch near Kansas City,



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Feb. 22 - March 3,


DAY 1 | Travel Day (LD)

Pack your bags for some fun in the sun and much

warmer temperatures as you head to Florida for a

winter getaway. Overnight Fairview Heights, IL

DAY 2 | Kentucky Dam State Park/Southern Belle

Riverboat Cruise (B, D)

Dropping further south, travel through the rolling hills

of Kentucky and Tennessee. Enjoy the views of the

Kentucky Dam Village State Park. Get acquainted

with other travel mates at tonight’s welcome dinner

and cruise on the Southern Belle Riverboat. Overnight

Chattanooga, TN

DAY 3 | Stone Mountain State Park (B, LD)

Visit Stone Mountain State Park and see the magnificent

Stone Mountain Carving sculpted by Gutzon Borglum

(also the sculptor of Mount Rushmore). See Memorial

Hall Museum and other beautiful sights during our

visit. Overnight Valdosta, GA

DAY 4 | St. Augustine City Tour/Fountain of Youth

(B, L)

Visit our nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine with a stepon

guide. Discover Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth

as well as Castillo de San Marcos, the Spanish fortress

built to protect the town. Take a stroll on the beach

tonight at your beachside hotel. Overnight Daytona

Beach, FL

DAY 5 | Daytona 500 Track Tour/Motor Sports

Hall of Fame (B, D)

Iconic Daytona 500 Speedway is considered “The

Great American Race” as you learn about this

NASCAR giant. Get up close to the 31 degree high

banks of the speedway during our race track tour.

Learn more as the Daytona 500 experience chronicles

racing history in the all-new Motor Sports Hall of

Fame. Overnight (4) Lake Buena Vista, FL

DAY 6 | Kennedy Space Center/Cape Canaveral/


Relive the memories of our country’s space program

at the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral.

Today’s visit brings you up close to the day the space

program began, to the day we put a man on the

moon and to NASA’s space future. A closer view of

the launch pads will bring you past some of the iconic

landmarks of space exploration send-offs. Spend an

evening of fun and entertainment at Disney Springs.

DAY 7 | Orlando Disney World Option Day (B)

Enjoy an option day today with any of the Disney

World Theme Parks: Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Animal

Kingdom, or Disney’s Hollywood Studios; all accessed

by a free hotel shuttle or enjoy the day for yourself at

our lovely hotel and discover Orlando on your own!

Please reserve option when booking your tour.

DAY 8 | Swamp Airboat Tour/Sea World (B, D)

Travel to the swamp today to experience the bountiful

beauty and treasured wildlife that abound in the

Florida swamplands. Experience it up close and with

an unobstructed view on the swamp airboat tour. Then

travel to Sea World and discover giant killer whales to

playful sea lions.

DAY 9 | Showcase of Citrus/Homosassa Springs

Wildlife Preserve (B, BL)

Your adventure today begins with a 4X4 Monster

Truck ride through the Showcase of Citrus Farms to

learn about citrus farming in Florida. Pick your own

oranges and enjoy! Homosassa Springs showcases

wildlife of western Florida. Overnight Crystal River, FL

DAY 10 | Manatee Cruise (B)

Discover Florida’s natural side today. The bay in

Crystal River is one of the largest aquifers in the state

and home to more than 400 manatees and other

endangered Florida species of birds and wildlife.

Enjoy a morning boat ride to observe the manatees

and learn of their habitat. Overnight Macon, GA

DAY 11 | Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and

Museum/Opryland Hotel (B)

Explore and learn about our 39th president at

the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum.

Discover the timeline of his presidency, his family and

his life. On to Nashville to discover the ambiance and

opulence of the Opryland Hotel. Hop on the hotel

shuttle service to explore the Opryland Hotel on your

own. Overnight Nashville, TN

DAY 12 | Patti’s 1880 Settlement (B, L, LD)

Enjoy southern hospitality at Patti’s 1880 Settlement.

Explore the many historic buildings and shops that

make up the village. Today’s lunch is a Southern

delight! Overnight St. Peters, MO

DAY 13 | Travel Home (B)

Travel home today refreshed after our escape from

winter! Your travel fun is coming to an end – only until

your next Allied tour!


•St. Augustine Historic Tour

•Stone Mountain State Park

•Kennedy Space Center

•Swamp Airboat Tour

•Daytona 500 Tour/Motor Sports

Hall of Fame

•Disney World Theme Parks Option

•Sea World

•Manatee Cruise

•Jimmy Carter Presidential

Library & Museum

•Patti’s 1880 Settlement

•21 Meals: 12 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches, (L), 1 Boxed Lunch (BL)

3 Light Dinners (LD), 3 Dinners (D)


•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

•Chattanooga, TN – Holiday Inn

•Valdosta, GA – Drury Inn

•Daytona Beach, FL – Holiday Inn


•Lake Buena Vista, FL (4) – Lake

Buena Vista Resort Hotel

•Crystal River, FL – Plantation on

Crystal River

•Macon, GA – La Quinta Inn

•Nashville, TN – The Inn at


•Drury Inn, St. Peters, MO


Day 6 Options:

Disney Park Pass (1 park of



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Orange City


$2,739 Double, per person

$3,429 Single

$2,509 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong



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March 15-24,



•Grand Ole Opry Performance

•Dolphin Cruise

•Paula Dean's Lady & Sons Dinner

•Savannah City Tour

•Charleston Tea Plantation

•Charleston City Tour

•Drayton Hall

•Middleton Place Garden Walk

•Biltmore Estate

•16 Meals: 9 Breakfasts (B);

7 Dinners (D)


•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

•Nashville, TN – Country Inn &


•Dublin, GA – Holiday Inn Express

•Savannah, GA – Fairfield Inn

•Charleston, SC (2) – Holiday Inn


•Asheville, NC – Hampton Inn

•Georgetown, KY – Holiday Inn


•St. Louis area, MO – Drury Inn


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City


$2,269 Double, per person

$2,859 Single

$2,119 Triple, per person





Middleton Place

Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier


Including the Biltmore Estate

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Savannah and Charleston are two of the most popular

destinations in the South with spring blossoms galore.

Enjoy a relaxing evening along with the “5:30 Kickback”

at your Drury Inn. Overnight Fairview Heights, IL

DAY 2 | Grand Ole Opry Performance (B, D)

Today make your way to Nashville-Country Music

Capital of the World! This evening enjoy a performance

of the Grand Ole Opry, the longest-running radio

broadcast in history. Overnight Nashville, TN

DAY 3 | Travel Day/Mystery Stop (B, D)

It’s on to Georgia, the Peach State. We’ll make a

mystery stop along the way that is sure to please. Sit

back, relax, and watch the scenery unfold as you make

your way across the heart of Georgia. Enjoy dinner

at a historic bed and breakfast with your travel mates.

Overnight Dublin, GA

DAY 4 | Tybee Island Light Station/Dolphin Cruise/

Lady and Sons Dinner (B, D)

Continue to make your way to Savannah today. Arrive

at Tybee Island and enjoy time on the beach, stroll the

pier, and soak in the Southern coastal spring weather.

Visit the Tybee Island Light Station that has been guiding

mariner’s safe entrance into the Savannah River for

over 270 years. The Tybee Island Light Station is one

of America’s most intact having all of its historic support

buildings on its five-acre site. This afternoon take a

dolphin cruise to see how these playful sea creatures

interact with humans. This evening get ready for a

treat when you dine at Paula Dean’s Lady and Sons

restaurant in the heart of the Historic District. Overnight

Savannah, GA

DAY 5 | Savannah City Tour/Charleston Tea

Plantation (B, D)

Your local expert guide will take you on a historical

Savannah tour where you’ll learn the rich history of

this Southern Belle community. And “oh those beautiful

Squares.” Take time on River Street to enjoy the many

shops and restaurants. This afternoon visit the Charleston

Tea Plantation; home to the only tea grown in America.

Tour the grounds, take a historical trolley tour, and visit

the working tea factory. Join your new travel friends for

dinner at a local Charleston restaurant. Overnight (2)

Charleston, SC

DAY 6 | Charleston City Tour/Drayton Hall/

Middleton Place Garden Walk (B)

Your local expert guide will be with you this morning

to tour charming Charleston and its many historic sites

including Rainbow Row, The Citadel and more. This

afternoon tour Drayton Hall. This plantation home is

in near-original condition as it was when the Drayton

family lived there in the mid 1700’s. Then, get your

camera ready for the Middleton Place garden walk,

America’s oldest landscaped gardens.

DAY 7 | Biltmore Estate (B, D)

Depart Charleston with fond memories of your visit to

the Deep South. Arriving at America’s largest residencethe

Biltmore Estate, spend the afternoon exploring the

incredible mansion and gardens. Overnight Asheville, NC

DAY 8 | Kentucky Horse Park (B)

Early this afternoon stop at Kentucky Horse Park, where

everything is “all about the horse.” See the Hall of

Champions-an elite group of champion horses that reside

at the park and more. Overnight Georgetown, KY

DAY 9 | Kentucky Derby Museum (B, D)

This morning your visit comes full circle when you visit

the Kentucky Derby Museum at Churchill Downs. You’ll

see the resident thoroughbred and miniature horse, the

movie - ”The Greatest Race,” the Winner’s Circle, and

much more. Late this afternoon check into your hotel

before the farewell dinner with your fellow travel mates.

Overnight St. Louis area, MO

DAY 10 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home after recalling the many memories

with the two “Grand Dames” of the South-Savannah

and Charleston.

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April 5-14, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Sit back and enjoy the comfort of our luxury motor

coach and enjoy the scenery as we begin our venture

to the Deep South. We will be treated to dinner and

Branson show tonight. Overnight Branson, MO

DAY 2 | Ozark Mountains/The Old Mill (B, D)

The beautiful Ozark Mountain scenery will entice

you as we travel today. A photo op at the Old Mill

(from Gone with the Wind) will delight you. Drive the

Mississippi Delta region and see low lands created by

years of flooding of the Mississippi River offering fertile

farmlands for plantations and farmers. Overnight

Vicksburg, MS

DAY 3 | Vicksburg National Military Park & City

Tour/Natchez, MS/Dinner at Glenfield Plantation

(B, D)

Vicksburg National Military Park and Battlefield is one

battlefield where so many lives were laid down for the

War Between the States. See the battlefield and city

with your step-on guide. Natchez, Mississippi beckons

during this beautiful spring season. Natchez is known

for its splendor during the Civil War Era and large

array of antebellum homes. Tonight’s treat is a special

dinner at Glenfield Plantation – a home that has

been in one family for seven generations. Overnight

Natchez, MS

DAY 4 | Frogmore Cotton Plantation/ French

Quarter (B, L)

Frogmore Cotton Plantation will compare work on an

1800’s cotton plantation vs. today’s modern cotton

farms. We then encounter the “city that care forgot”-

New Orleans. Absorb the sights and sounds of the

famous French Quarter as our home for three nights

is the historic Hotel Provincial–an open-air courtyard

hotel in the French Quarter. Overnight (3) French

Quarter New Orleans, LA

DAY 5 | New Orleans City Tour/Mardi Gras

World/New Orleans Cooking School (B, D)

A city tour of New Orleans by a local expert guide

presents the history, landmarks, legends and splendid

architecture that made New Orleans famous. This

evening discover the fun, flares, and flavors of cooking

Louisiana style at the New Orleans Cooking School.

After learning step-by-step preparation of a Creole/

Cajun menu, a full meal is served – so bring your


DAY 6 | Swamp Tour/WWII Museum/Dinner at

Court of Two Sisters (B, D)

You are off to an adventure in the swamplands of

Louisiana. See alligators and swamp life up close in

the comfort of a pontoon boat, with a native expert

guide. A visit to the World War II Museum is a must.

Dedicated in 2000 as the National D-Day Museum, it

has now been designated by Congress as the country’s

official World War II Museum. After our return to our

hotel, you are off for dinner at The Court of Two Sisters.

DAY 7 | Shrimp Boat Tour/Shrimp Boil/Beauvoir

Mansion (B, L)

Experience a shrimp boat as you head into the Gulf

for a lesson on shrimping. Taste a southern tradition

with a shrimp boil for lunch. Enjoy a tour of Beauvoir

Mansion, the southern home of Jefferson Davis, the

south’s president during the Civil War. Enjoy your

beachfront hotel this evening. Overnight Biloxi, MS

DAY 8 | Elvis Presley Birth Home (B, D)

Tupelo is in your path; stop at the humble beginnings

of Elvis Presley’s birth home, church and museum.

A dinner with “Elvis” will round out the evening.

Overnight Tupelo, MS

DAY 9 | Graceland (B, LD)

Since you are in “Elvis Country” we also visit

Graceland, the home of Elvis Presley. This one of a kind

experience will take you on Elvis’s fascinating journey

to superstardom through exciting videos, displays

of authentic clothing, artifacts, personal mementos,

an amazing showcase of Elvis’s gold and platinum

awards and more. Overnight St. Peters, MO

DAY 10 | Travel Home (B)

After breakfast, begin your journey home. Take a

few minutes at Warm Springs Ranch, home of the

Budweiser Clydesdales. What a great spring getaway

you had! Return home today having had a wonderful

time exploring the beauty of the Deep South.


•Branson Show

•Vicksburg National Military Park

and Battlefield & City Tour

Tour Natchez Antebellum Homes

•Frogmore Cotton Plantation

•Guided Tour of New Orleans

•French Quarter

•New Orleans Cajun Cooking


•World War II Museum

•Swamp Boat Tour with local guide

•Shrimp Boat Tour & Shrimp Boil

•Elvis Presley Birth Home in Tupelo


•18 Meals; 9 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches, (L), 1 Light Dinner (LD),

6 Dinners (D)


•Branson, MO – Comfort Inn

Thousand Hills

•Vicksburg, MS – Hampton Inn

•Natchez, MS – Holiday Inn Express

•New Orleans, LA (3) – Hotel

Provincial French Quarter

•Biloxi, MS – Beau Rivage

•Tupelo, MS – Wingate by Wyndham

•St. Peters, MO – Drury Inn &



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Orange City


$2,489 Double, per person

$3,079 Single

$2,295 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong



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April 22-30, 2019


Tour & Dinner at Southfork Ranch

•Full Day Guided Tour of Dallas

•Sixth Floor Museum

•JFK Memorial

•Dallas Heritage Village Museum

•Love & War in Texas Restaurant

•NASA at Johnson Space Center

Tram Tour

•Guided Tour of Houston

•Bayou Bend Collection & Gardens

•San Antonio Riverwalk Dinner


•Full Day Guided Tour of San Antonio

•Texas Ranger Museum

•The Alamo

•Lyndon B. Johnson Library

•14 Meals: 8 Breakfasts (B);

6 Dinners (D)


•Oklahoma City, OK – Hampton Inn

•Dallas, TX (2) – Holiday Inn

•Houston, TX – Drury Inn & Suites

•San Antonio, TX (2) – TownePlace


•Grapevine, TX – Holiday Inn Express

•Oklahoma City, OK – Springhill



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus &

Sioux City


$2,495 Double, per person

$3,399 Single

$2,269 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint



DAY 1 | Travel Day

Yahoo, y’all come on down to see the best of the Lone

Star State. We have some real treats in store. Get to

know your fellow travel mates along the way. Enjoy a

free evening to relax at your hotel located in the bricktown

in Oklahoma City. Overnight Oklahoma City,


DAY 2 | George W. Bush Presidential Library/Tour

& Dinner at Southfork Ranch (B, D)

Make your way to Dallas; visit the George W. Bush

Presidential Library with artifacts and exhibits of

his presidency. Tour the famous Southfork Ranch

and enjoy a finger-lickin’ Texas Barbecue Dinner.

Overnight (2) Dallas, TX

DAY 3 | Local Sightseeing Tour of Dallas/Sixth Floor

Museum/Dallas Heritage Village/Dinner at Love &

War in Texas (B, D)

This morning meet your local guide and begin a full

day of touring in the Dallas area. Visit the Texas Book

Depository’s Sixth Floor Museum, chronicling the

assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy.

This afternoon, the Dallas Heritage Museum is home to

the largest and finest collection of 19th century pioneer

and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in

Texas. While there, you'll take part in the program "A

Day in the Life" and find out what a typical day would

be like in the 19th-century.

Dinner tonight is at Love & War in Texas. This Plano

restaurant’s concept was created to promote Texas,

Texans, Texas food and Texas heritage. You will not

find any “smoked salmon” or “Alaskan snow crab”

on the menu. Only fresh Texas Gulf seafood, Texas

produce and Texas-grown meats, all cooked into

authentic Texas recipes and a collection of Texas

Beers. There is also live Texas music where singers and

songwriters from around the state are finding their way

to what is quickly becoming a central gathering place

for Texas music and musicians.

DAY 4 | Johnson Space Center Tour (B, D)

Today, tour Space Center Houston, the official Visitors

Center of NASA’s Johnson Space Center. There are

unparalleled exhibits, attractions, special presentations

and hands-on activities that tell the story of NASA’s

manned space flight program. Overnight Houston, TX

DAY 5 | Houston City Tour/Bayou Bend Museum of

Fine Arts/San Antonio River Walk Dinner Cruise (B, D)

This morning, meet your step-on guide for a tour

of Houston. Then it’s onto San Antonio, everyone's

favorite “canal city.” Enjoy a space dinner voyage

while meandering down the San Antonio River and

learn the history of the beautiful river area. Overnight

(2) San Antonio, TX

DAY 6 | Tour San Antonio/Buckhorn & Texas

Ranger Museum/Free Time on the Riverwalk (B)

Meet your step-on guide for an area tour to include

San Antonio Missions, San Fernando Cathedral, The

Alamo, walking tour of King William Historic District

and a driving tour of the city. The afternoon features

a visit to the Texas Ranger Museum which honors

the incredible history of the world’s most famous law

enforcement agency. Visit the Buckhorn Museum which

features wildlife from all over the world; including fish

from the seven seas, animals from every continent and

strange animal oddities which have been collected for

over 100 years! This evening you will have free time

to spend at the San Antonio Riverwalk, a network of

walkways along the banks of the San Antonio River.

DAY 7 | LBJ Presidential Library/Dinner at Farina’s

Winery & Café (B, D)

Tour the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library,

one of thirteen Presidential Libraries administered by

the National Archives and Records Administration.

President Johnson insisted that the library that bears his

name tell future generations the story of this rich period

of history “with the bark off.” Dinner is included tonight

at Farina’s Winery & Cafe located in the heart of

Grapevine’s Historic District on Main Street. Overnight

Grapevine, TX

DAY 8 | Oklahoma City National Memorial &

Museum (B, D)

Depart Texas with fond memories of the sights and

sounds of the Lone Star State. In Oklahoma City, tour

the National Memorial and Museum. From the first

exhibit depicting everyday morning activities through

the last exhibit about hope for the future, the museum

makes you feel like you were there. Enjoy one last

dinner with your travel mates. Overnight Oklahoma

City, OK

DAY 9 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home after a fun trip to Texas. Relive

all the memories with your new travel friends on the

way home.


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April 29 - May 4,


May 6-11, 2019

Ladies, are you a fan of HGTV and the Food Network?

If so, you may be a fan of Fixer Upper and The Pioneer

Woman. Johanna & Chip Gaines have been a hit with

the fans as they flip houses in Waco, Texas. Visit this

small town that has become a popular destination for

all fans. Plus along the way we visit Pawhuska, OK,

home to The Pioneer Woman Mercantile!

DAY 1 | The Mercantile Restaurant (D)

Heading south today our destination is Pawhuska,

OK. The miles will be enjoyed with our fellow gal pals

as we have fun along the way. Dinner tonight will be

at The Mercantile for a special “Dinner Experience.”

These dinners are just held periodically for larger

groups. It will be a 4-course meal of appetizer, salad,

entrée and dessert all served family style! (Please

note, should a conflict arise with TV filming, you will be

notified.) Overnight Bartlesville, OK

DAY 2 | The Merc Store & Bakery/Marland Estate

(B, L)

We’ll be off early this morning to shop all the special

items picked out by Ree Drummand for The Mercantile

Store. Pick up a cook book, update your kitchen ware,

or try out some of her uniquely styled clothing. Be sure

to visit the bakery for some treats. Nearby in Ponca

City, we stop by to see the Pioneer Woman Statue,

plus enjoy a luncheon and tour at the historic Marland

Estate. Our tour will tell us about the Marland family,

the industry that made the estate possible and the

“oil boom-town” that rose from it all, Ponca City.

Overnight Oklahoma City, OK

DAY 3 | Oklahoma City National Memorial (B, D)

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum is

a moving experience and a testament to the resolve

and fortitude of those who wanted to honor those who

were killed, those who survived and those changed

forever by the bombing in 1995. The museum shares

the timeline of events of April 19, 1995 plus the

aftermath and healing that began to take place. Next,

it’s onto Waco! Our late afternoon arrival gives us

time to check in and head out to dinner. Overnight

(2) Waco, TX

DAY 4 | Waco Tour/Shopping (B)

It’s time to get acquainted with Waco and see many of

the sights we have grown to know from “Fixer Upper.”

See the Magnolia Silos, Harp Design, the Suspension

Bridge, Baylor University, Common Grounds, and

drive by a few of the Fixer Upper homes on our city

tour with a local guide! Now that you know the layout

of the town, it’s your time to explore. Hop the local

trolley and get shopping! Whether you are a browser

or a buyer, it will be sure to be fun. Shop at Magnolia

Market, The Finery, Spice Village, Wildland Supply

Co., Sironia, Covet Apparel, and more! Choose from

one of the many restaurants downtown for dinner with

your friends.

DAY 5 | Bedré Fine Chocolates/Wichita (B, D)

We are up early today to head north to Wichita, KS.

Along the way we stop at Bedré Fine Chocolates

for a chance to purchase these delectable candies.

In Wichita, we’ll enjoy a fun casual farewell dinner.

Overnight Wichita, KS


•The Pioneer Woman Mercantile

•The Pioneer Woman Dinner

•The Marland Estate

•Oklahoma City National Museum

& Memorial

•Waco, Texas Tour

•Magnolia Silos & Shops of Waco

•Bedré Chocolates

•9 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

(April Departure)


•Bartlesville, OK – Fairfield Inn

•Oklahoma City, OK – Embassy


•Waco, TX (2) – Comfort Inn &


•Wichita, KS – Courtyard by Mariott


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City & Orange City


$1,315 Double, per person

$1,625 Single

$1,219 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

(May Departure)




DAY 6 | Home (B)

Before heading for home we take time to enjoy a

specialty tea & coffee company along with a stop at

the Nifty Nut House, a definite must for any visitor to

Wichita. We continue home this afternoon after a fun

filled Ladies Only Getaway!

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The Mercantile





June 17-23, 2019


•Parke County Bridges tour

•Bill & Gloria Gaither

Homecoming Studio Tour

•Creation Museum

•Ark Encounter

•Shaker Village

•“My Old Kentucky Home”


•My Old Kentucky Home State


•Schimpff’s Confectionery

•Huber’s Family Farm

•Warm Springs Ranch

•14 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B),

4 Lunch (L), 2 Light Dinner (LD),

2 Dinners (D)


•Bloomington-Normal, IL –

Holiday Inn Express

•Indianapolis, IN – Drury Inn

•Hebron, KY – Comfort Suites

•Bardstown, KY (2) – Hampton Inn

•Maryland Heights, MO – Drury Inn


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, Luverne, MN &

Sioux Falls, SD


$1,699 Double, per person

$2,079 Single

$1,579 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder



Featuring the Ark Encounter & Creation Museum

DAY 1 | Travel Day/Bloomington Normal (L)

Travel with your friends on a short get away to Indiana

& Kentucky for an experience of a lifetime! Today

you get to meet your new travel mates. Overnight

Bloomington-Normal, IL

DAY 2 | Parke County Bridges Tour (B, L, LD)

The charming and rustic setting in Parke County,

Indiana boasts 31 covered bridges. Discover the

history behind several of these bridges with, of course,

photo-ops and tour the county with a local step-on

guide. Discover Amish countryside traveling through

quaint Parke County. Overnight Indianapolis, IN

DAY 3 | Gaither Homecoming Studio Tour/Creation

Museum (B, L)

Travel to Alexandria, home of Bill and Gloria Gaither,

and their Gaither Homecoming Studios. Tour their

hometown, visit the studios where countless gospel

artists have recorded their music and where lasting

homecoming memories are made. Travel on to

Petersburg, Kentucky and visit the Creation Museum.

Biblical history comes to life as you enter the Time

Tunnel. Be transported back 6000 years to the time

of creation and the Garden of Eden, then experience

history unfold before you through films and displays.

Experience the real life gardens as you walk through

on foliage adorned paths. Overnight Hebron, KY

DAY 4 | Ark Encounter/Shaker Village (B, D)

Since the Ark Encounter’s opening in 2016, it has

been the destination for many adventurers to visit this

fabulous attraction. Experience the life-size replica,

according to Biblical description, of Noah’s Ark.

Learn through depictions of the flood how Noah and

his family filled the Ark with countless numbers of

animal life. See how they lived and learn the impact

of the Ark and God’s promises in today’s world. Travel

south to Harrodsburg and learn about the life of the

Shaker community. Discover the farm, the village and

The Historic Centre to learn all about the Shakers, their

daily lives, their work, their values and their worship.

Gain insights into their fascinating world by strolling

through the many original 19th century structures

that line the storied village turnpike. Overnight (2)

Bardstown, KY

DAY 5 | My Old Kentucky Home State Park &

Home/Stephen Foster Outdoor Musical/Old

Bardstown Village Civil War Museum (B, D)

The Old Bardstown Village Civil War Museum explains

the history of this area and the impact of the Civil War

in their 5 museums and history village. Visit My Old

Kentucky Home mansion in Bardstown, Kentucky for

a tour that inspired the song by Stephen Foster. This

beautiful historic home features a smokehouse, historic

kitchen, carriage house, cabin, and springhouse which

are set amongst century-old magnolias, maples, and

cedar trees. Enjoy tonight’s outdoor musical drama

about Stephen Foster, America’s first great composer,

at My Old Kentucky Home. Celebrate Kentucky with

song, dance, drama and beautiful costumes! Hear

your favorite Foster songs, Oh! Susanna, Beautiful

Dreamer, Camptown Races, Hard Times Come Again

No More, Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair and My

Old Kentucky Home.

DAY 6 | Schimpff’s Confectionery/Huber’s Family

Farm (B, L, LD)

Schimpff’s Confectionery & Museum offers us a look at

candy making. This unique family-owned candy store

still cooks up their confections on turn of the century

equipment. Drive on to Joe Huber’s Family Farm &

Restaurant for your noon lunch – where everything is

made from scratch. Overnight Maryland Heights, MO

DAY 7 | Warm Springs Ranch (B)

Our travel wouldn’t be complete today without a stop

at Warm Springs Ranch. Learn about the Clydesdales

who are born here and become majestic pullers of a

famous hitch! Enjoy your ride home.


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May 1-5, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel to Branson/Million Dollar Quartet (D)

We are off on a springtime adventure to the Ozarks!

Our travel today takes us to Branson. Enjoy dinner

prior to seeing the musical "The Million Dollar

Quartet," about the famed recording session with Elvis

Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins.

Overnight (2) Branson, MO

DAY 2 | Down Home Country Show/Lost Canyon/

The Haygoods (B, D)

Begin your day with the talented and upbeat

entertainers of Down Home Country Show. An

unforgettable excursion awaits us this afternoon. We

are off to the Top of the Rock for a half mile ride in an

electric cart along the Lost Canyon Trail. The trail takes

us along dramatic rock formations, beautiful views of

Table Rock Lake and cascading waterfalls inside the

Lost Canyon cave. This evening enjoy a group dinner

followed by The Haygoods. This popular family group

showcases beautiful harmonies, innovative & energetic

choreography, incredible special effects and amazing

performances on over 20 different instruments.

DAY 3 | Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge/Eureka

Springs Tour/The Great Passion Play (B, D)

A beautiful winding highway takes us on to Eureka

Springs where we visit the Turpentine Creek Wildlife

Refuge. A guided tour lead by a knowledgeable

biology/zoology intern will take you to watch tigers,

lions, leopards, cougar, bobcats, black bears and

grizzly bear play, nap and run while learning about

the history of the refuge, animal facts and the individual

rescue stories of the animal residents. Downtown

Eureka Springs is on the National Register of Historic

Places and is a quaint stop for lunch & a little shopping

time. This afternoon a local guide acquaints us with the

history and sights of the area including the all-glass

Thorncrown Chapel. After a late afternoon check-in at

our hotel, we are off to dinner and the Great Passion

Play, America’s #1 attended outdoor drama. Relive

the Greatest Story Ever Told in this multi-level set with

special lighting & sound effects, live animals and a

cast of 150 Biblically costumed actors. Overnight

Eureka Springs, AR

Courtesy of Crystal Bridges Museum of

American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas.

DAY 4 | Crystal Bridges Art Museum/Walton’s 5 &

10/Simple Pleasures (B, D)

Just a short drive takes us to Bentonville, AR where

we visit the Crystal Bridges Museum of American

Art which celebrates the American spirit in a setting

that unites the power of art with the beauty of nature.

Enjoy strolling the pathways around two spring-fed

ponds with nearby pavilions that house art galleries, a

restaurant and museum store. Whether you are a Wal-

Mart shopper or not, our next stop, at the Wal-Mart

Museum, gives us a chance to learn about the history

of the company and see the Walton’s 5&10 store

where it all began. Our day ends at Simple Pleasures

where you’ll feel like you are stepping right into a

Norman Rockwell painting; inviting, warm, patriotic

and family friendly. Their vintage American soda

fountain, autos, neon advertising and memorabilia

from the 1920s to the 70s provides an adventure into

America’s past. We’ll top off our time with a delicious

dinner. Overnight Joplin, MO

DAY 5 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head for home today after a tour of

outstanding entertainment and unique sights!


•Million Dollar Quartet

•Down Home Country Show

•Lost Canyon Nature Trail

•The Haygoods

•Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge

•Eureka Springs Tour

•The Great Passion Play

•Crystal Bridges Museum &


•Walton’s 5 & 10

•Wal-Mart Museum

•Simple Pleasures

•8 Meals: 4 Breakfasts (B),

4 Dinners (D)


•Branson, MO (2)—Grand Oaks


•Eureka Springs, AR – Best Western

•Joplin, MO – Hampton Inn


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City


$1,197 Double, per person

$1,409 Single

$1,145 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Loretta Mills



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Sept. 14-20, 2019


•Spend 5 nights on the Outer Banks

•Raleigh City Tour with State

Capitol Building

•Beaufort Historic Tour & Cruise

•Two ferry rides connecting the

Outer Banks

•Stay on Ocracoke Island with

Seafood Dinner

•Cape Hatteras Lighthouse

•Roanoke Island with Fort Raleigh

•Wright Brothers Memorial of


•Historic Corolla with Jeep Safari


•Norfolk: MacArthur Memorial +

Nauticus Museum

•11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B), 2

Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)


•Raleigh, NC - DoubleTree

•Atlantic Beach, NC (2) -


•Ocracoke Island, NC -

Anchorage Inn

•Nags Head, NC (2) - Ramada



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$2,829 Double, per person

$3,254 Single

$2,725 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

DeEtta Mayrose



Featuring the Outer Banks, Raleigh, Atlantic Beach, Ocracoke,

Nags Head & Norfolk

DAY 1 | Fly to Raleigh, NC

Fly to Raleigh and transfer to your hotel. Overnight

Raleigh, NC

DAY 2 | Raleigh City Tour/Drive To Atlantic Beach

(B, D)

Enjoy a narrated city tour of Raleigh, one of the fastest

growing cities in the U.S. Tour the Governor's Mansion,

whose interior was declared "the most beautiful in

America" by FDR. Tour the State Capitol Building, see

the museums of art & history, and drive through the

Victorian neighborhood of Oakwood. After lunch,

motor south through Croatan National Forest to the

ocean at Atlantic Beach and your waterfront hotel for

two nights. Overnight (2) Atlantic Beach, NC

DAY 3 | Beaufort Tour & Cruise (B, L)

Today, explore the inner banks town of Beaufort,

established in 1709. Visit the North Carolina Maritime

Museum, showcasing North Carolina's cultural

heritage. Shop along historic Front Street, with its Fudge

Factory and General Store. See Beaufort Historic Site

and the 1700's Old Burying Grounds among the oaks

with Spanish moss. This afternoon, enjoy your cruise

along the inner banks, past charming old homes,

working waterfronts, and possibly see dolphins and

wild horses along Shackleford Banks.

DAY 4 | Atlantic Beach To Ocracoke Island/

Ocracoke Historical tour (B, D)

At Cedar Island, ferry across the Pamlico Sound to

colorful Ocracoke Island. The town of Ocracoke has

the feel of a New England village, but with a semitropical

air! Settle in, then partake in an afternoon

historic tour. Hear about the island's pirate and WWII

history, harrowing hurricanes, and shipwrecks. This

evening enjoy a delicious seafood dinner (the areas

specialty is its crab cakes and Hatteras clam chowder).

Overnight Ocracoke Island, NC

DAY 5 | Ocracoke Island To Nags Head/Cape

Hatteras Lighthouse/Roanoke Island/Wright Brothers

National Memorial/Beachfront Hotel (B, L)

Take the short ferry to Hatteras and coach past Buxton

Woods, a forest of oaks, beeches, and palmettos.

Towering above the dunes is candy-striped Cape

Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest brick lighthouse in the

country. Cross over to Roanoke Island for a visit to

Fort Raleigh, home of the first English settlement in the

New World. This was the town founded by Sir Walter

Raleigh, pre-dating both Jamestown and Plymouth.

Then, explore the Wright Brothers National Memorial

in Kill Devil Hills, the site of their first powered flight in

1903. Overnight (2) Nags Head, NC

DAY 6 | Day Trip to Corolla with Jeep Safari to

Search for Wild Horses/Whalehead Club/Currituck

Beach Lighthouse (B, D)

This morning, head north up the narrow strand to the

historic town of Corolla. Embark on an off-road nature

safari in specially designed vehicles as we search

for wild horses, sea birds and foxes along the shore.

This afternoon, tour Whalehead Club, a beautifully

restored 1920s Art Nouveau style residence and also

see the Currituck Beach Lighthouse & Museum. Return

to your hotel and relax or take an optional scenic

flightseeing trip over the area. Tonight, we will all meet

for our Farewell Dinner at a fine local restaurant.

DAY 7 | Nags Head To Norfolk/Nauticus Maritime

Museum/Fly Home (B)

Coach north to Norfolk, the largest U.S. Naval Base

and home to the Atlantic fleet. Visit the General

Douglas MacArthur Memorial & Tomb. Later, explore

Nauticus, a maritime-themed museum located on the

downtown waterfront. Then arrive at the airport for

your return flights home.


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Sept. 30 - Oct. 7,


Courtesy of Road To Tara Museum

Georgia, it’s a state of mind for Southern hospitality,

great food and the spirit of Scarlet O’Hara that is still

alive in the deep south.

DAY 1 | Travel Day

Board your “Georgia on My Mind” flight on your way

to the deep south to Savannah. This evening you’re free

to explore the historic district, which is very close to the

hotel, with numerous shops and restaurants. Overnight

(3) Savannah, GA

DAY 2 | Old Town Savannah Trolley Tour Hop-on, Hopoff

Ticket/Prohibition Museum/Owens Thomas House

(B, D)

This morning ride on the Old Town Savannah Trolley for

a historical overlook of Savannah’s Beautiful Historic

District. You’ll have a hop-on, hop-off ticket which will

allow you to select the attractions that you want to

see most. Included will be admission to the Prohibition

Museum and the Owens Thomas House. Tonight you’re

in for a real treat when you enjoy dinner at none other

than Paula Dean’s Lady and Son’s Restaurant.

DAY 3 | Tybee Island Science Center with Beach Walk/

Dolphin Cruise/Tybee Island Light House/Dinner at

Pirate’s House (B, D)

An interesting day awaits – an authentic coastal

experience on Tybee Island. Visit the Tybee Island Marine

Science Center where their mission is to rehabilitate

marine animals along with preserving Georgia’s coastal

natural resources. A special treat is a beach walk with a

marine biologist to point out everything from how tides

work to indigenous coastal animals. This afternoon, take

a dolphin cruise where you’ll see them swim around the

boat in their natural habitat. This evening spend your last

night in town at one of Savannah’s oldest restaurants –

the Pirate’s House.

DAY 4 | Antebellum Trail/Hay House/Coca Cola

Museum (B, BL, LD)

Bid Savannah a fond farewell as you make your way

up the Antebellum Trail to Atlanta. Tour the Hay House

which is a stunning historical landmark built in 1859 as

an Italian Renaissance Revival Style home. Enjoy a box

lunch at this beautiful home and feel like aristocracy.

Then, make your way to Atlanta where you’ll take a

nostalgic look at Coca Cola's past at the World of Coca

Cola Museum. This evening, step into the South of days

gone by when you enjoy a screening of “Gone with the

Wind.” Rhett and Scarlet and Southern life will delight in

this epic film. Overnight (4) Atlanta, GA

DAY 5 | Atlanta City Tour/Cyclorama/Margaret

Mitchell House/Road to Tara Museum/Stately Oaks

Plantation/Dinner in a Schoolhouse/Skywheel Atlanta

(B, D)

A great day of sightseeing awaits you today. Start off

with a historical city tour with a local expert guide to

point out the highlights of the south’s largest metropolitan

city. Next, visit Cyclorama, a 42 foot high by 158 foot

long painting of the Battle of Atlanta. Then, tour the

Margaret Mitchell House where it all got started on

Peachtree Street in a tiny little apartment, “the dump.”

This afternoon travel to Stately Oaks Plantation where

Margaret Mitchell’s grandparents lived and called this

area “Tara.” Then, see the unique Road to Tara Museum

for a behind the scenes look of the making of the movie

"Gone with the Wind." Enjoy an authentic Southern

buffet dinner in an old schoolhouse before heading back

to Atlanta. This evening “you can see Atlanta from here”

when you board Skywheel Atlanta, towering nearly

20 stories above Centennial Park with breathtaking

panoramic views.

DAY 6 | CNN Tour/Jimmy Carter Presidential Library

and Museum/Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical

Park/Stone Mountain Park (B)

Start off with a tour of CNN Center and get a behindthe-scenes

look at how the news really works. Then,

head over to the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and

Museum to get a glimpse of his presidency. Learn about

the man that made his mark around the world, Martin

Luther King, Jr., when you visit Auburn Avenue, Ebenezer

Baptist Church and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Visitors

Center. This afternoon head east to Stone Mountain Park,

often referred to as the 8th Wonder of the World. It’s

the largest high-relief sculpture, even larger than Mount


DAY 7 | FDR Little White House/Callaway Gardens (B,


Today visit Warm Springs, GA, home to “The Little

Whitehouse” of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The natural

springs here seemed to strengthen and soothe him

during his bout with polio during his presidency. Also this

afternoon visit Callaway Gardens, over 12,000 acres of

woodlands, lakes and gardens.

DAY 8 | Fly Home (B)

Does Scarlett still live in the deep south? Well, it’s up to

you to decide but we think she’s alive and well.


•3 Nights in Savannah

•4 Nights in Atlanta

•Trolley Tour of Savannah with

Hop-on, Hop-off privileges

•Lady and Sons Dinner

•Tybee Island

•Lunch in an Antebellum home

•Coca Cola Museum

•"Gone with the Wind" Attractions

•Stately Oaks Plantation

•Dinner in a Schoolhouse

•CNN Tour

•Roosevelt Little White House

•Callaway Gardens

•13 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B), 1 Box

Lunch (BL), 3 Dinners (D), 2 Light

Dinners (LD)


•Savannah, GA (3) – Fairfield Inn

•Atlanta, GA (4) – Drury Inn


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$2,664 Double, per person

$3,149 Single

$2,519 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist



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Oct. 18-27, 2019

Oct. 21-30, 2019


•Grand Ole Opry


•Two Great Shows in Pigeon Forge

•Pigeon Forge City/Countryside Tour

•Great Smoky Mountain National Park

•Blue Ridge Parkway

•Billy Graham Library

•Biltmore House and Gardens

•The Ark Encounter

•Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library

•16 meals: 9 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 3 Light Dinners (LD),

3 Dinners (D)


• Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

• Nashville, TN – Drury Inn & Suites

• Pigeon Forge, TN (2) – Holiday

Inn Express

• Asheville, NC – Comfort Suites

• Concord, NC – Comfort Suites

• Cross Lanes, WV – Sleep Inn & Suites

• Hebron, KY – Comfort Suites

• Springfield, IL – Drury Inn & Suites


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Oct. 18 - Orange City, IA

Oct. 21 - Luverne, MN & Sioux

Falls, SD


$2,315 Double, per person

$2,899 Single

$2,127 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

(Oct. 18th Departure)

Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

(Oct. 21st Departure)



Featuring great entertainment, beautiful scenery & inspirational sights!

DAY 1 | Travel Day (LD)

You’re off for an adventure in the Great Smoky

Mountains! The miles fly by as you get acquainted

with your tour director and new traveling companions.

Overnight Fairview Heights, IL

DAY 2 | Grand Ole Opry (B, LD)

Journey on to Nashville today. Enjoy free time

discovering the opulent Opryland Hotel. This evening

enjoy the music of the Grand Ole Opry! Overnight

Nashville, TN

DAY 3 | Dollywood/Pigeon Forge/Comedy Barn

(B, D)

We arrive in Pigeon Forge where we overnight for

the next two nights. Dollywood—the “Entertainment

Capital of the Smokies” will be our first destination.

See shows from Contemporary County to 50’s

Rock and Roll fill the stages, and master craftsmen

demonstrate glassblowing, blacksmithing, wagon

making and more. Plus there are plenty of shops and

eateries to choose from. October at Dollywood is

extra special as they feature their Harvest Celebration

and Gospel Jubilee! Tonight’s Comedy Barn show is

the award-winning family variety show in the Smoky

Mountains. Overnight (2) Pigeon Forge, TN

DAY 4 | Pigeon Forge Tour/Christ in the Smokies

Museum/Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show (B, D)

This morning we are treated to a Pigeon Forge and

countryside tour with a surprise! We venture towards

Gatlinburg this afternoon to visit the Christ in the

Smokies Museum and Gardens. This evening enjoy

Pigeon Forge’s wildest show – the Hatfield and

McCoy Dinner Show. You will be plum tickled with the

action, excitement and comedy of this shindig.

DAY 5 | Great Smoky Mountain National Park /

Blue Ridge Parkway (B)

Today we venture into the Great Smoky Mountain

National Park. See a film at Sugarlands Visitor Center

that tells you all about this beautiful park. Enjoy a

break near Cherokee before we continue on the

southern route of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Overnight

Asheville, NC

DAY 6 | Biltmore House/Billy Graham Library (B)

The Biltmore House and Gardens in Asheville

welcomes us this morning. This is the largest private

home in America. You’ll have time to tour the home,

stroll through the gardens and visit the gift shop. We

depart for Charlotte for an inspirational visit to the Billy

Graham Library. Learn what can happen through a life

yielded to God as state-of-the-art exhibits, multimedia

displays and films share about the life of a humble

preacher. Overnight Concord, NC

DAY 7 | Old Salem (B, L)

Our journey continues today to Winston-Salem, North

Carolina. Through a self-guided tour of Old Salem we

will gain insight into life in Salem during the 18th and

19th centuries. Enjoy lunch at the historical Old Salem

Tavern. Overnight Cross Lanes, WV

DAY 8 | The Ark Encounter (B, D)

How big was Noah’s ark? How did Noah live with all

the animals? You will have a chance to experience an

exciting attraction this afternoon—The Ark Encounter,

featuring a full size ark with dimensions according to

the Biblical description. Learn what life may have been

like for Noah and his family aboard the ark. Overnight

Hebron, KY

DAY 9 | Lincoln Presidential Library (B, LD)

Continuing east we travel into Illinois, the “Land of

Lincoln.” Visit the impressive Lincoln Presidential

Museum/Library. Walk in Lincoln’s footsteps, hear his

speeches, and see his image. It all comes alive right

before your eyes. Overnight Springfield, IL

DAY 10 | Travel home (B)

Recap the many fun tour experiences with fellow

travelers while miles quickly glide by on our way home.


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April 3-7, 2019

DAY 1 | Fly to Washington, D.C.

Get ready for the most comprehensive tour of

Washington, D.C., you will find anywhere. You will be

ready to take on all the sights after a good night’s rest.

Overnight (4) Washington, D.C. area

DAY 2 | U.S. Capitol Visitor Center and Capitol

Tour/Library of Congress/Arlington National

Cemetery (B, D)

Welcome to our Nation’s Capital to celebrate spring.

Your departure has been timed for the average mean

blossom dates for the over 3,000 Yoshino Cherry Trees

that bloom along the Tidal Basin. This morning visit the

U. S. Capitol Visitor Center where you’ll see a film on

the historical significance of our capital followed by

a guided tour. (Photo ID is required.) Also, tour the

beautiful Library of Congress with more than 650

miles of bookshelves and 138 million books. While on

Capitol Hill there’s a photo stop at the Supreme Court


This afternoon visit Arlington National Cemetery to

include the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Changing

of the Guard (subject to conditions), John F. Kennedy’s

eternal flame, the Space Shuttle Challenger Astronauts

Memorial and more. This afternoon also provides a

stop at the Marine Corps Memorial (Iwo Jima Statue).

DAY 3 | White House Visitors Center/Potomac

River Lunch Cruise/Museum of the Bible/Tidal Basin

Cherry Blossom Walk-Jefferson, Martin Luther King

Jr., FDR Memorials/Illumination Monument Tour (B,

L, D)

Start your day at the White House Visitor’s Center

where you will see over 90 artifacts from the White

House collection along with a documentary film,

“White House: Reflections from Within." Enjoy a

relaxing cruise with lunch on the Potomac River for a

different view of our nation’s capital. This afternoon

spend time at the Museum of the Bible. This amazing

state-of-the-art museum tells the compelling history of

the Bible. Take a stroll along the Tidal Basin to view

the beautiful Japanese cherry trees (exact cherry

blossom blooming is subject to nature and cannot be

guaranteed). See the Jefferson, Martin Luther King, Jr.,

and FDR Memorials on your walk. After dinner depart

for an Illuminated Monument tour where you’ll see our

nation’s memorials beautifully lit up at night to include

the United States Air Force Memorial overlooking the


DAY 4 | National WWII, Vietnam, Lincoln, Korean

Memorials/Mt. Vernon/Old Town Alexandria (B, D)

This morning start the day at the National World War

II, Vietnam, Korean, and Lincoln Memorials which

honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our

country. This afternoon visit Mount Vernon, George

Washington’s estate. The new Ford Orientation Center

and Museum offers visitors a chance to experience

Washington’s life through movies and exhibits. Stroll

the gardens of the 45-acre estate and take in the views

of the Potomac River from the mansion’s piazza. Take

a driving tour of Old Town Alexandria where you will

see Christ Church, dating back to 1773, the George

Washington Masonic National Memorial, Stabler-

Leadbeater Apothecary Shop and more. Enjoy dinner

with your travel mates at a local Alexandria restaurant.

DAY 5 | Pentagon Memorial/Smithsonian Institute

of Choice/Fly Home (B)

This morning visit the Pentagon Memorial dedicated to

those who fell victim to the September 11, 2001 attack.

You’ll have the morning and early afternoon to visit

one of the many Smithsonian Museums located on

the National Mall. Then it’s time to head home after a

comprehensive and colorful trip to our nation’s capital.


•See All the Memorials

•Potomac River Cruise with Lunch

•Library of Congress

•Museum of the Bible

•Illumination Tour

•Mt. Vernon

•Arlington National Cemetery

•Smithsonian Museums

•U.S. Capitol Tour & Visitors Center

•8 Meals: 4 Breakfasts (B);

1 Lunch (L); 3 Dinners (D)


•Washington, DC area (4) –

Hampton Inn – Falls Church


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, Luverne, MN &

Sioux Falls, SD

Call for air from your home city.



$2,199 Double, per person

$2,559 Single

$2,099 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder



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July 29 - Aug. 2,



•3 Nights NYC Hotel 2 Blocks from

Time Square

•9/11 Memorial & Museum

•One World Observatory

•New York Yankees Game

•Private Club Seating & Buffet

•Broadway Musical

•Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

•USS Intrepid Sea, Air & Space


•3 Meals: 1 Breakfast (B);

2 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint


•New York City Area – Hyatt Place

•New York City, NY (3) –

Novotel Times Square


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines

Call for air from your home city.



$2,499 Double, per person

$3,049 Single

$2,369 Triple, per person


DAY 1| Fly to New York

Depart for the Big Apple for a trip of New York City

fun. Overnight at a hotel close to your arrival airport

so you’ll be ready for a busy day in Manhattan

tomorrow. Overnight New York City Area, NY

DAY 2 | 9/11 Memorial & Museum/One World

Observatory/Subway Ride/Yankees Baseball with

Audi Club Seating (B, D)

A full day of sightseeing awaits. Visit the 9/11 Memorial

& Museum that captures the events of the day in a way

that will make you feel like you were there. Ascend

up the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere in

less than 60 seconds to One World Observatory for

an unbelievable view of New York City. Check into

your Times Square hotel, right in the center of all the

activity of New York City. Tonight experience Major

League Baseball at its best at Yankee Stadium. Settle

into the Audi Club, an exclusive VIP area with an airconditioned

view of the field to take in all the action.

Plus, enjoy a spectacular buffet from hot dogs to prime

rib! Overnight (3) New York City, NY

DAY 4 | Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island/Free Time

Today visit NYC’s most popular attractions-the Statue

of Liberty and Ellis Island. Take pictures of this famous

statue and explore the fascinating and educational

museum at Ellis Island. This afternoon take some free

time to explore New York City. Your tour director may

suggest a visit to Rockefeller Center, a ride to the top

of the Empire State Building, or a tour of Radio City

Music Hall.

DAY 5 | Fly Home

Enjoy a leisurely morning at our hotel or pick up some

last-minute souvenirs. Depart the hotel mid to late

morning for the return flight to Omaha after a great

time of baseball, Broadway and more in New York


*Please note the Broadway show will be selected

when the current schedule is available. The Yankee's

are playing Arizona Diamondbacks.




DAY 3 | City Tour of NYC/USS Intrepid Sea, Air &

Space Museum/Broadway Musical (D)

Get to know New York City up-close and personal

with our local expert guide. See Wall Street, the

UN Building, Chinatown, 5th Avenue, St. Patrick’s

Cathedral, Central Park and more. This afternoon tour

the USS Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum for an upclose

look at this incredible aircraft carrier that served

in WWII and the Vietnam War. Tonight enjoy dinner

in the theater district area and then top off the evening

with a popular Broadway Musical.*


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Oct. 8-19, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Discover the heritage of our country in our nation’s

Capital, Washington D.C., and in Gettysburg,

Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown, Virginia.

Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 2 | Fair Oaks Dairy (B, L, LD)

Traveling through Indiana you will see Midwest fertile

farmland. A visit to this part of the country wouldn’t be

complete without stopping at Fair Oaks Dairy. Situated

on 25,000 acres, this is one of the largest dairies in the

U.S. Overnight Grove City, OH

DAY 3 | Flight 93 National Memorial (B, D)

Your journey takes you through the rolling hills of central

Ohio and West Virginia. The Allegheny Mountain

Foothills of Pennsylvania is the location of the Flight 93

National Memorial. Overnight Gettysburg, PA

DAY 4 | Gettysburg Battlefield/Washington, D.C.

Illumination Tour (B, D)

A guided tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield, one of the

most important battles fought, will describe in detail

the events of that battle that took place 150 years

ago. The Museum and Visitor Center at Gettysburg

National Military Park brings it all to life. Depart for

your hotel near Washington, D.C. for a three-night

stay. Visit the National World War II Memorial today.

Tonight’s treat is the Illumination Tour, where, all lit up,

the monuments and memorials take on a special aura

of radiance. Overnight (3) Falls Church, VA

DAY 5 | White House Visitor Center/U.S. Capitol

Tour/Library of Congress/DC Memorials (B, D)

This morning we visit the White House Visitor Center.

Off to the Capitol Visitor Center on Capitol Hill

for a tour of the United States Capitol (photo ID is

required). Across the street is the Library of Congress.

We will allow time to discover (pending scheduled

events inside). Visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial,

the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Veterans


DAY 6 | Arlington National Cemetery/Tomb of

Unknown Soldier/Iwo Jima/Smithsonian Museum of

Choice (B, D)

Today’s visits include Arlington National Cemetery and

the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Photo opportunities

at the White House and the Iwo Jima Statue are a

must. This afternoon your tour director will help you

with your choice of Smithsonian Museums located on

the National Mall.

DAY 7 | Mount Vernon (B)

Mount Vernon was the home of our first President,

George Washington. Take a tour of his mansion, its

outbuildings and 50 spacious acres of gardens as

well as the tombs of George and Martha Washington.

Overnight (2) Williamsburg, VA

DAY 8 | Colonial Williamsburg (B, L)

Spend the day exploring Colonial Williamsburg.

Listen for the murmurings of the revolution! Explore the

Governor’s Palace and hundreds of re-created and

restored building sites and exhibits. Enjoy lunch at a

local tavern. We return to our hotel after a full day of

visiting 18th century America.

DAY 9 | Jamestown/Yorktown (B)

History comes alive in Jamestown Settlement and

Yorktown Victory Center. Overnight Charlottesville, VA

DAY 10 | Monticello/Michie Tavern (B, L)

Charlottesville is home to Monticello, the imposing

estate of Thomas Jefferson. Enjoy lunch at the famous

Michie Tavern. Overnight Cross Lanes, WV

DAY 11 | Travel Day (B, LD)

The drive westward showcases the beautiful bluegrass

of Kentucky and the Hoosier National Forest of Indiana.

Southern Illinois brings us closer to our destination of

St. Louis, Missouri, for the night. Overnight Maryland

Heights, MO

DAY 12 | Travel Home (B)

Homeward bound today! Awesome memories remain

with us after experiencing the profound heritage of our



•Gettysburg Battlefield

•Flight 93 National Memorial

•White House Visitor Center

•D.C. Step-on Guide

•Lighted D.C. Monument Tour

•Washington, D.C. Monuments &


•U.S. Capitol Tour

•Library of Congress

•Arlington National Cemetery

•Mount Vernon

•Colonial Williamsburg

•Jamestown & Yorktown, VA


•21 meals: 11 Breakfasts (B),

3 Lunches (L), 2 Light Dinner (LD),

5 Dinners (D)


•Joliet, IL – Wingate by Wyndham

•Grove City, OH – Drury Inn

•Gettysburg, PA – Comfort Suites

•Falls Church, VA (3) – Hampton Inn

•Williamsburg, VA (2) – Hampton

Inn & Suites

•Charlottesville, VA – Holiday Inn


•Cross Lanes, WV – Sleep Inn

•Maryland Heights, MO – Drury Inn



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City


$2,669 Double, per person

$3,399 Single

$2,459 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Diane Roecker



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Sept. 22 - Oct. 3,


Sept. 25 - Oct. 6,



•Niagara Falls

•1,000 Islands Cruise

•New England Fall Foliage

•Lobster Dinner

•Boston City Tour

•Newport Mansion Tour

•New York City

•Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island

•18 Meals: 11 Breakfasts (B);

2 Lunches (BL/L); 5 Dinners (D)


•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Erie, PA – Springhill Suites

•Buffalo, NY – Millenium Hotel

•Watertown, NY – Fairfield Inn

•Montpelier, VT – Capitol Plaza

•Boston Area, MA (2) – Fairfield Inn

•Secaucus, NJ (2) – Hyatt Place

•Cleveland, OH – Country

Inn & Suites

•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City & Des Moines

Sept. 22 - Luverne, MN & Sioux

Falls, SD

Sept. 25 - Orange City, IA


$2,789 Double, per person

$3,524 Single

$2,574 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

(Sept. 22 Departure)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

(Sept. 25 Departure)



Including New York City & Niagara Falls

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Begin your exciting New England Autumn holiday

and meet your fellow travel mates. Enjoy a welcome

dinner together. Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 2 | Travel Day (B)

Today, travel through Michigan, Indiana, and into

Pennsylvania to Erie for your overnight. Your tour

director will help you get to know your new travel

friends along the way. Overnight Erie, PA

DAY 3 | Niagara Falls/Maid of the Mist/IMAX

Theater (B, D)

Your local guide will take you on a tour of the Niagara

Falls area; your first stop being the Robert Moses

Power Plant for a spectacular view of the lower

Niagara River Gorge. You’ll also visit Whirlpool State

Park and the New York State Reservation Park where

you’ll feel the power of Niagara Falls up close. This

afternoon, take the very popular Maid of the Mist

narrated cruise to the base of the American and Horse

Shoe Falls. Lastly, see on the giant IMAX screen the

movie “Niagara-Miracles, Myths & Magic” for a very

different perspective on the falls. Overnight Buffalo,


DAY 4 | 1,000 Islands Cruise (B, L)

Make your way across upstate New York to Alexandria

Bay where you will enjoy lunch onboard your 1,000

Islands 2 Nations Cruise on the St. Lawrence River.

Stop at the incredible Boldt Castle; a multi-million

dollar home built on its own private island. Overnight

Watertown, NY

DAY 5 | Lake Champlain/Shelburne Museum/

Vermont (B, BL)

Today take a ferry ride across Lake Champlain into

Vermont. Visit the Shelburne Museum that houses

diverse collections of the 19th-century American

paintings, folk art, and much more. Overnight

Montpelier, VT

DAY 6 | Vermont State Capitol/Lobster Dinner/

Morse Farms Maple Sugar Factory/New Hampshire

(B, D)

This morning see the Vermont State Capitol with its

beautiful gold gilded dome. Witness the breathtaking

vistas of the Stowe Valley and the Worcester Mountain

Range as you make your way to Morse Farms Maple

Sugar Factory to see how maple syrup is made. Your

journey continues through New Hampshire’s White

Mountains where the colors will serenade you on the

way to the Boston area. Savor a lobster dinner tonight.

Overnight (2) Boston area, MA

DAY 7 | Concord and Lexington/Quincy Market/

Boston City Tour (B)

Meet your guide for the day to explore Concord and

Lexington. Hear about the exciting ride made by Paul

Revere, and the North Bridge in Concord where the


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“shot heard around the world” was fired. Enjoy free

time in colorful Quincy Market and explore this historic

city on a Boston City Tour including the Freedom Trail,

Boston Common, and USS Constitution.

DAY 8 | Newport Tour/Mansion Tour (B)

Today get a look at the life of the rich and famous in

the early to mid-900’s when you tour their summer

playground. Tour one of the incredible “summer

cottages” (mansions) of the Gilded Age of wealthy

families. You won’t believe the opulence built into these

summer homes. Get ready for a big day tomorrow in

The Big Apple. Overnight (2) Secaucus, NJ

DAY 9 | Ellis Island/Statue of Liberty/New York

City Tour (B)

This morning your local expert guide will show you

the best of NYC including such sites as Times Square,

Central Park, Fifth Avenue, 9/11 Memorial, and more.

This afternoon ferry to Liberty Island to see “Lady

Liberty” up close and personal. Then ferry to Ellis

Island. Nearly 40 percent of all Americans can trace

their roots to this port of entry. See the Immigration

Museum, the Baggage Room, Registry Room, and

the American Wall of Honor which pays tribute to

more than 12 million immigrants who entered the U.S.

between 1892 to 1954.

DAY 10 | Pocono Mountains/Allegheny

Mountains/Ohio (B, D)

Pennsylvania shows off its fall splendor as you travel

through both the Pocono and Allegheny Mountains

into the countryside of Ohio. Overnight Cleveland,


DAY 11 | Amish Community (B, D)

Today, visit Shipshewana, home to one of the largest

Amish communities in the world. Get a glimpse of their

lifestyle during a guided “Backroads Country Tour.”

Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 12 | Travel Home (B)

Travel home with many memories of America’s history

and New England’s fall foliage to share with your

friends and family.

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Oct. 17-24, 2019


•Lexington & Concord Tour

•Historic Boston City Tour with

Harvard Univ.

Tour the Cape from Hyannis to


•Cape Cod Nat’l Seashore Dune


•9/11 Memorial & Museum

•NYC Highlights Tour

•Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

•Valley Forge

•Independence Square Walking


•National Constitution Center

•10 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B);

4 Dinners (D)


•North Boston, MA (2) –Hilton

Hotel Woburn

•Hyannis, MA (2)—Fairfield Inn

•New York, NY – Cambria Suites

•Philadelphia, PA (2)—Holiday Inn



Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.



$2,879 Double, per person

$3,499 Single

$2,694 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Vonis Schroeder



Featuring Boston, Cape Cod, Philadelphia & New York City

DAY 1 | Fly to Boston (D)

Explore the history & sites during the fall foliage

season as we visit Boston, Cape Cod, New York City

and Philadelphia. Fly to Boston today. Overnight (2)

North Boston, MA

DAY 2 | Lexington/Concord/ Boston City Tour (B)

Meet your local guide this morning and start with the

Lexington and Concord Tour. It was here that the first

shots of the Revolution were fired as the farmers took

a stand against British oppression. Your guide will take

you to North Bridge where the “shot heard ‘round

the world” was fired. This afternoon visit Harvard

Yard in Cambridge. Your guide will offer you insights

about Harvard University and the students who go

there. We continue touring in Boston where we learn

about the different districts of the city including the

Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Boston Common and visit

America’s first public park, the Public Garden. See

the Old Statehouse, once headquarters for English

governors and later the site where the Declaration of

Independence was read. Plus many more famous sites

including the Old North Church. Enjoy dinner on your

own at the popular Quincy Market.

DAY 3 | Plymouth Touring/JFK Museum (B, D)

Travel takes us to Plymouth, home of our Pilgrim

Fathers and one of the country’s first settlements. See

Plymouth Rock and enjoy a tour of Plymouth which

also includes the Forefather’s Monument, the largest

solid granite monument in the U.S. Visit the Pilgrim Hall

Museum which houses an unmatched collection of

Pilgrim possessions. Arrive in Hyannis for the John F.

Kennedy Museum where we discover why he loved

this place so, and how he spent his time on “the cape.”

The day is topped off with a Lobster Dinner! Overnight

(2) Hyannis, MA

DAY 4 | Cape Cod Seashore/Provincetown/Sand

Dune Tour (B, D)

Travel Old King’s Highway, a scenic byway winding

through centuries of Cape Cod history. View the

Eastham Windmill, a Cape Cod Lighthouse and visit

the Cape Cod National Seashore Visitor’s Center.

“Land’s End” finds us at Provincetown—the extreme tip

of the cape, where we take time to enjoy a lunch break

and shopping. This afternoon we board SUV-type

dune vehicles for a tour out on the protected lands of

the Cape Cod National Seashore. Watch for wildlife

and see the “dune shacks” where famous artists and

writers worked.

DAY 5 | New York City/ National 9/11 Museum (B)

We are off to the Big Apple. This afternoon we visit

the 9/11 Memorial & Museum which serves as

the country’s principal institution concerned with

remembering and documenting that historic day.

Enjoy a free evening in the city that never sleeps. Your

tour director will assist with options. Overnight New

York, NY

DAY 6 | NY City Tour/Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

This morning, we are greeted by a local guide who

shares the highlights of New York City. See 5th

Avenue, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, St. Patrick’s

Cathedral, UN Building, an ethnic neighborhood,

Wall Street & more. We then take the ferry from

Battery Park to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island.

Time will be given to see the statue up-close and to

explore the Ellis Island Museum, which tells the stories

of the immigrants who passed thru on their way to the

American dream. Overnight (2) Philadelphia, PA

DAY 7 | Valley Forge/ Independence Square (B, D)

The Encampment at Valley Forge is the epic story of

an army’s struggle to survive. Featured sites include

the farmhouse that Washington used as headquarters,

soldiers’ huts, and the Memorial Chapel & Arch. This

afternoon, experience history where it happened

as we visit the most historic square mile in the U.S.—

Independence Square! On our walking tour we will

see the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Betsy Ross

House, Christ Church & more. We’ll end our day with

a colonial-style dinner at the historic City Tavern which

was established in 1773 and was declared as “the

most genteel tavern in America” by John Adams.

DAY 8 | Fly Home (B)

We top our trip off with a visit to the National

Constitution Center before we head to the airport for

your flight home.


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Nov. 25-29, 2019

DAY 1 | Fly to New York (D)

Upon arrival in New York, your tour director will greet

you at the hotel at 6:00 p.m. for a get-acquainted

dinner, a great way to begin your New York City

adventure. Overnight (4) New York City, NY

DAY 2 | New York City Tour/Top of the Rock

Observation Deck

There is so much to see in this amazing city! After

breakfast on your own, enjoy a sightseeing tour

including Wall Street, 5th Avenue, China Town, to

name just a few. Also see Battery Park, the Brooklyn

Bridge, Carnegie Hall and St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Your

city tour ends at Rockefeller Center where you climb

aboard the elevator to the observation deck located

at the “Top of the Rock” for a spectacular panoramic

view of Manhattan and New York City. The evening is

yours at leisure.

DAY 4 | Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and

Farewell Dinner (D)

As traditional as family gatherings, turkey feasts, and

football games on Thanksgiving Day, is the annual

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. This extravaganza

features a host of clowns, floats, marching bands,

celebrities and the famous gigantic balloons that

follow the parade overhead. This evening gather

with your fellow traveling companions for a special

farewell dinner hosted by your tour director.

DAY 5 | Return Home

This morning, depending on flight time, is free for you

to hit the stores again in search of gifts for friends and

family. Recall all the colorful memories of New York at

Thanksgiving on your Allied tour.


•4 nights lodging in the heart of

New York City’s Times Square

•Narrated Tour of New York City

with a Local Guide

•Top of the Rock Observation Deck

•Narrated Manhattan Circle Island


•Christmas Spectacular by the

Rockettes at Radio City Music


•Watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving

Day Parade

•Special Farewell Thanksgiving


•3 Meals: 2 Dinners (D), 1 Lunch (L)

Tour Director -

DeEtta Mayrose


•New York City, NY (4) - Crowne

Plaza Times Square



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City & Fremont

Call for air from your home city.


$3,698 Double, per person

$4,495 Single





DAY 3 | Statue of Liberty Circle Cruise/Rockette’s

Christmas Spectacular Show (L)

This morning, climb aboard your vessel and take to

the water for a circle cruise around Manhattan Island.

Learn about this incredible city and see the Statue of

Liberty on this narrated cruise. Celebrate the holiday

season when you head to Radio City Music Hall for a

performance of the world-famous Rockette’s and their

very special “Christmas Spectacular” show.

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June 22 - July 2,



•Helicopter Glacier Excursion

•Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise

•Raft Trip on the Bow River

•Northwest Mounted Police Patrol


•Medora Musical & Pitchfork


•16 Meals: 10 Breakfasts (B);

6 Dinners (D)


•Rapid City, SD – Best Western

•Billings, MT – Holiday Inn Grand


•Lethbridge, AB – Holiday Inn Express

•Calgary, AB – Holiday Inn

•Banff, AB – Banff Aspen Lodge

•Jasper, AB – Sawridge Inn

•Edmonton, AB – Hampton Inn

•Regina, SK – Sheraton 4 Points

•Medora, ND – Rough Riders Hotel

•Pierre, SD – Holiday Inn Express


Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus &

Sioux City



$2,999 Double, per person

$3,829 Single

$2,775 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist



Including a Helicopter Glacier Excursion

DAY 1 | Travel Day

Get ready for a journey of spectacular mountain

scenery to cool off your summer with a Canadian

Rockies adventure. Overnight Rapid City, SD

DAY 2 | Little Bighorn (B, D)

This afternoon visit the Little Bighorn Battlefield

National Monument that memorializes the U.S. Army

7th Calvary and the Sioux and the Cheyenne in one

of the Native American’s last armed efforts to preserve

their way of life. Enjoy dinner tonight with your fellow

travel mates. Overnight Billings, MT

DAY 3 | Travel Day (B, D)

Make your way north through Big Sky Country and

into Canada where you’ll start your Canadian Rockies

adventure. Overnight Lethbridge, AB

DAY 4 | Fort Museum of the Northwest Mounted

Police/Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Interpretive

Center/Calgary Tower (B, D)

This morning visit the Fort Museum of the Northwest

Mounted Police and learn about this celebrated law

enforcement agency. Witness the Mounted Patrol

musical ride as well as the very colorful “March of the

Red Coats.” This afternoon visit the Head-Smashed-

In Buffalo Interpretive Center where stampeded herds

of buffalo were forced over sandstone cliffs to their

deaths. This evening get a beautiful view of Calgary

from the Calgary Tower. Overnight Calgary, AB

DAY 5 | Banff Scenic Overlook/Raft Trip on the Bow

River/Leisure Time (B)

Make your way to Banff, everyone’s favorite mountain

community, nestled in the beautiful Banff Valley. An

exciting Allied exclusive adventure awaits when you

raft down the Bow River. You’ll see “hoodoos” that can

only be seen from the river! The raft is suitable for all

ages. Your hotel is perfectly located for you to discover

Banff at leisure this afternoon. Overnight Banff, AB

Rockies, and, maybe you’ll snap a photo of wildlife

along the way. Get ready for the most exhilarating

20 minutes of your life on a helicopter glacier tour. It’s

filled with amazing sights that can only be seen from

the air! Overnight Jasper, AB

DAY 7 | West Edmonton Mall (B)

Leave the beautiful Canadian Rockies and head east

to Edmonton, home to the West Edmonton Mall, North

America’s largest shopping complex. There are over

800 stores and services including nine attractions,

two hotels, and over 100 dining venues. You will

be absolutely amazed at this one-of-a-kind mall.

Overnight Edmonton, AB

DAY 8 | Travel Day (B)

Sit back and relax as you make your way across

Alberta and Saskatchewan. Overnight Regina, SK

DAY 9 | Pitchfork Fondue/Medora Musical (B, D)

Tonight celebrate our western culture with a Pitchfork

Fondue-rib-eye steak cooked on a pitchfork. Then,

witness the high energy Medora Musical with singing,

dancing, and comedy performed in a beautiful

outdoor amphitheater in the Theodore Roosevelt

National Park. Overnight Medora, ND

DAY 10 | Enchanted Highway (B, D)

A special treat awaits when you travel off the beaten

path along the Enchanted Highway of North Dakota.

You won’t believe what you’ll see as we travel this

highway. Overnight Pierre, SD

DAY 6 | Lake Louise/Helicopter Glacier Excursion/

Ice Fields Parkway (B, D)

This morning visit breathtaking Lake Louise with its

shimmering emerald-green waters. Travel up the

Icefields Parkway with alpine vistas of the Canadian

DAY 11 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to end our journey as we return home to the

heartland of America after a beautiful tour to the

majestic Canadian Rockies! Sit back and share your

memories with your new-found friends.


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Aug. 16-23, 2019

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Cool off this summer with a trip to two of Canada’s

favorite destinations-Niagara Falls and Toronto.

You’ll see the best of these two cities with Allied Tours.

Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 2 | Studebaker National Museum (B)

Travel to South Bend, IN where you’ll stop at the

Studebaker National Museum. Get a close-up look at

this iconic American automobile and see the models

that you’re sure to remember. Overnight Cleveland, OH

DAY 3 | Maid of the Mist Cruise/Floral Clock/

Queen Victoria Park/Dinner at the Skylon Tower (B, D)

Get out your passports today as we cross the border

into Canada. Enjoy lunch (on your own) at beautiful

Queen Victoria Park. This afternoon board the Maid of

the Mist where you’ll come up close and personal with

the power and majesty of Niagara Falls. Also, see the

Floral Clock created by Parks Canada, “one-of-a-kind”

in the world. This evening go high atop the Skylon Tower

for a delicious dinner and a beautiful view of Niagara

Falls lit up at night. Overnight (3) Niagara Falls, ON

DAY 4 | Toronto City Tour/Casa Loma Castle/

Toronto Harbor Cruise (B, L)

Today make you way to Toronto, once described by

Fortune Magazine as “The World’s Newest Great

City.” Your first stop is the medieval-style castle-Casa

Loma, with its 98 rooms built in 1911. Cruise through the

tranquil waters of Toronto’s naturally protected harbor,

past Toronto’s newly revitalized harbor front and

Toronto Island Parklands.

DAY 5 | Niagara Sky Wheel / IMAX "Miracles and

Myths"/Whitewater Adventure/Niagara on the Lake (B)

This morning get a spectacular view of the falls from high

atop the Niagara SkyWheel. It’s the most thrilling way

to see the falls in a fully enclosed gondola! You’ll feel

like a kid again. Get a view of the falls from a different

perspective at the IMAX Miracles and Myths movie.

You’ll see what it’s like to go over the falls in a barrel!

Then, “take a walk on the wild side” when you visit the

Whitewater Walk for an unbelievable view of the Class

6 whirlpool rapids from a 1,000-foot boardwalk at

water’s edge over the Niagara River Gorge. Also, stop

at the impressive Whirlpool Basin Outlook at the Lower

Niagara Gorge. This afternoon visit quaint Niagara on

the Lake, a well-preserved 19th-century village in the

heart of Ontario’s wine region. Take time to stroll the

village with its beautiful floral arrangements throughout

the town and take time to enjoy the atmosphere. Return

to your hotel for an evening at leisure.

DAY 6 | Buffalo, NY Sightseeing (B, L)

This morning travel to the “Queen City of the Lakes”-

Buffalo, NY. Enjoy the beauty of this vibrant and

historic city when you travel the Frederick Law Olmsted

Parkways and learn about the many renowned

architectural sites on Mansion Row. Tour Frank Lloyd

Wright’s Darwin Martin House, rated as one of the

finest examples of prairie-style architecture. Overnight

Cleveland, OH

DAY 7 | Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (B, L, D)

This morning take time to tour the incredible Rock and

Roll Hall of Fame. It’s dedicated to exploring the past,

present, and future of the music that shaped America’s

Baby Boomers. The impressive collection of exhibits

will surely bring back memories of the artists that made

music history. Overnight Hammond, IN

DAY 8 | Travel Home (B)

It’s time to head home after getting amazing and

breathtaking views of all the best of Niagara Falls and

Toronto with Allied Tours.


•Maid of the Mist Cruise

•Dinner at Skylon Tower

Overlooking the Falls

•Niagara Whitewater Adventure

•Niagara on the Lake

•Casa Loma Castle

•Toronto Harbor Cruise

•13 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (L); 3 Dinners (D)


•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Cleveland, OH – Hampton Inn

•Niagara Falls, ON (3) – Holiday


•Cleveland, OH – Double Tree

•Hammond, IN – Holiday Inn



Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Des Moines & Sioux City



$2,139 Double, per person

$2,699 Single

$1,974 Triple, per person



Tour Director -

Darlene Wees



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Sept. 4-19, 2019


•Edison Birthplace Museum

•West Point Military Academy

•Bay of Fundy

•Peggy’s Cove

•Halifax Guided Tour

•Citadel Nat’l. Historic Site

•Cape Breton Island

•Alexander Graham Bell Museum

•Cabot Trail

•Prince Edward Island

•Anne of Green Gables Home

•Hopewell Rocks

•Quebec City & Montreal City Tours

•Notre Dame Cathedral

•CN Tower

•Henry Ford Museum/Greenfield


•Circa 21 Dinner Theater

•22 Meals; 15 Breakfasts (B), 1

Boxed Lunch (BL), 6 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong


•Joliet, IL – Wingate by Wyndham

•Elyria, OH – Country Inn & Suites

•Fishkill, NY – Comfort Suites

•Ogunquit, ME – Aspinquid Resort

•St. John, NB – Chateau St. John

•Halifax, NS – Atlantica Hotel

•Baddeck, NS – The Silver Dart

Resort (2)

•Charlottetown, PEI –

Charlottetown Inn

•Fredericton, NB – The Riverside


•Sainte-Foy, QC – Travel Lodge

•Montreal, QC – Hotel Villemarie

•Toronto, ON – Hampton Inn

•Dearborn, MI – BW Greenfield Inn

•Moline, IL – Stoney Creek Inn

DAY 1 | Travel Day (D)

Venture forth to the indescribable beauty and

ruggedness of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island,

and New Brunswick. Enjoy a welcome dinner in Joliet,

IL. Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 2 | Edison Birthplace Museum (B)

In Milan, Ohio visit the Edison Birthplace Museum,

a well-preserved house where inventor Thomas A.

Edison spent his first seven years. Overnight Elyria, OH

DAY 3 | Allegheny Mountains/Pocono Mountains


The beauty of the Allegheny Mountains gives way to

the high mountain meadows and lush wooded forests

of the Poconos. Your journey takes you into New York

for the night. Overnight Fishkill, NY

DAY 4 | West Point Military Academy Tour (B, D)

A guided tour of West Point Military Academy tells the

story of this prestigious military academy. Learn of its

role in the Revolution and its famous history with stops

at Trophy Point and more. Feast on a traditional Maine

lobster bake. Overnight Ogunquit, ME

DAY 5 | Coastal Drive (B, D)

Travel up the coast toward Kennebunkport, Maine.

Get your passport out today as we enter Canada,

aye? Overnight St. John, NB

a narrow inlet with the lighthouse perched high on

huge wave-washed granite boulders, will awe you.

Overnight Halifax, NS

DAY 7 | Halifax Guided Tour/Citadel Nat’l Historic

Site (B)

A guided tour of Halifax reveals many historic

buildings, parks, and of course, the second largest

natural harbor in the world. See the Citadel National

Historic Site, a fortress with its impressive ramparts

and fortifications dominating the skyline. We travel to

Cape Breton Island via the Canso Causeway which

joins the island to the main section of Nova Scotia.

Overnight (2) Baddeck, NS

DAY 8 | Alexander Graham Bell Museum/Cabot

Trail/Cape Breton Island (B, BL)

Discover the impressive Alexander Graham Bell

Museum and his many contributions to science.

Explore the Cabot Trail, a coastal highway described

as one of the most spectacular drives in North America.

The Cabot Trail winds through Cape Breton Highlands

National Park, a wilderness area home to a variety of

wildlife, and culture.

DAY 6 | CAT Ferry/Bay of Fundy/Peggy’s Cove (B)

We board the CAT ferry to Digby, NS. Travel to

Lunenburg for a visit to this colorful waterfront.

Peggy’s Cove, a uniquely rugged fishing village on

DAY 9 | Prince Edward Island/Anne of Green

Gables Home (B)

On to Prince Edward Island and Charlottetown via a

ferry. The many shades of green along with the blue

sky and sea and red rich soil, make Prince Edward

Island a photographer’s dream. Stop for a tour of

Charlottetown, and then visit the home of Anne of

Green Gables. Overnight Charlottetown, PEI


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DAY 10 | Confederation Bridge/Hopewell Rocks

(B, D)

After crossing the Confederation Bridge to Cape

Tormentine, New Brunswick, continue to Hopewell

Rocks where a guide will explain the phenomenon

of the Fundy tides, which have gouged four-story

flower pot type sculptures out of the cliffs. Overnight

Fredericton, NB

DAY 12 | Quebec City Tour/Montreal City Tour (B)

A guided tour reveals beautiful Quebec City with its

European atmosphere. Quebec City is unique in North

America as the only walled city north of Mexico. After

traveling to Montreal, explore both the old and the new

of this interesting metropolis. Overnight Montreal, QC

DAY 13 | Notre Dame Cathedral/CN Tower/

Toronto (B, D)

Visit the magnificent Notre Dame Cathedral, one of

the largest churches in North America. The impressive

stained glass windows depict religious scenes and

the history of the original parish. Enjoy dinner and

spectacular views at the famous Toronto CN Tower,

the world’s tallest building. Overnight Toronto, ON

DAY 14 | Henry Ford Museum/Greenfield Village


Say Bon Voyage to Canada! Explore the amazing

Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.

Experience years of history as the sights, sounds, and

sensations of America’s past come alive. Overnight

Dearborn, MI

DAY 11 | Quebec City (B)

Say good-bye to the Atlantic Provinces and venture

to the province of Quebec, to experience its

predominately French culture. Overnight Sainte-Foy,


The Henry Ford

DAY 15 | Circa 21 Dinner Theater (B, D)

Enjoy a relaxing evening at the Circa 21 Dinner

Theater for their production “Singing in the Rain,” the

greatest musical of all time! Overnight Moline, IL

DAY 16 | Travel Home (B)

A myriad of memories of all the places we have been

and the things we have seen will be fun to share with

new-found friends as we travel home.


Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Des Moines, Sioux City &

Orange City



$3,989 Double, per person

$5,129 Single

$3,625 Triple, per person





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Sept. 20-30, 2019




Feb. 20-27, 2019





Aug. 18-27, 2020

You may qualify for

Free or 50% Reduced

air. Call for details.

Travel the river of Kings on this relaxing and

inspiring cruise on the romantic Rhine, Europe’s

longest river. Travel aboard a modern cruise

vessel, specially designed for river cruising.

Visit iconic ports of call of Lucerne, Basel,

Strasbourg, Mannheim, Koblenz, Cologne,

and Amsterdam; sample incredible cuisine,

and get absorbed in a medieval atmosphere

that is so much of what Europe is all about.

Call (800) 672-1009 for a complete tour flier.


•Visit 4 Countries

•Many Shore Excursions Included

•First-Class Service with English Speaking


•Complimentary Regional Wines, Beer,

and Soft Drinks with onboard Lunches and


•Complimentary Bottled Water in Cabin

•Complimentary Bicycles onboard

•Complimentary Wi-Fi Onboard

•Evening Entertainment

•23 Meals: 9 Breakfasts; 6 Lunches;

8 Dinners

Tour Director - TBA

(with 15 or more travelers)


Switzerland, France,

Germany & the Netherlands


$5,848 Category E - Riviera Deck, pp

$5,944 Category D - Riviera Deck, pp

$6,295 Category C - Vista Deck, pp

$6,495 Category B - Vista Deck, pp

Costa Rica is a land of contrasts and limitless

possibilities from extensive rainforests,

volcanoes, and rivers traveling through

mountains. There are beaches and natural

resources safeguarded by national parks

and forest preserves and will amaze you

with their beauty. Join us for an amazing

holiday in Costa Rica.

Call (800) 672-1009 for a complete tour flier.


•Visit Poas Volcano

•Doka Coffee Estate

•Gentle Hike at the Base of Arenal Volcano

•3 Nights in Arenal Area

•Cano Negro National Wildlife Refuge

•Jungle Crocodile Safari

•Manuel Antonio National Park

•3 nights in Manuel Antonio

•Local Expert Costa Rican Guides

•13 Meals: 7 Breakfasts; 2 Lunches;

4 Dinners

Tour Director - TBA

(with 15 or more travelers)



$3,598 Double, per person

$4,425 Single

This tour is in high demand. If you want to go,

make your reservation very soon as space is

very limited!

The Oberammergau Passion Play happens

once every ten years! If you missed it in 2010,

here’s your chance to witness this incredible

event with Allied Tours and Mayflower Tours.

Call (800) 672-1009 for a complete tour flier.


•2 Nights in Munich

•Munich City Tour

•Overnight in Oberammergau

•Premier Seating for The Passion Play

•Salzburg City Tour and Sound of Music Tour

•Hellburnn Castle

•Free Day in Salzburg

•2 Nights in Vienna

•Danube Valley River Cruise

•And Much More!

•4 Star Hotels Throughout

Tour Director - TBA

(with 15 or more travelers)



$6,059 Double, per person

$6,839 Single





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What to Know Before You Go

How to Make a Reservation

When you select the tour of your choice:

1. Call Allied Tour to check on availability and to make your

reservation. Call Toll Free 1-800-672-1009 or 402-371-3840,

or book online at AlliedTT.com.

2. If space is available, the appropriate tour deposit is required within

seven (7) days after making your reservation. Please see below for

deposit amounts. You will be sent a confirmation of your deposit

once your payment is received.


•Coach Tours - $100 per person

•Domestic Air & Rail Tours - $300 per person

•New York Broadway & Baseball - $400 per person

•International Tours - $400 per person

•Romantic Rhine Cruise - $300 per person

•Hawaii/Panama Cruises - $600 per person

•Alaska Cruise & Tour – 20% of the total fare

Deposits are subject to change.

Final Payment

Final payment is due 45-90 days prior to

departure, or as stated on your deposit

statement. You may remit by personal

check, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or

American Express.

Final Documents

Travel documents will be sent approximately two weeks prior to

departure, provided full payment has been received. The documents

will include a detailed itinerary, departure times and locations, hotel

lists, medical form, luggage tags, and other helpful information.

Tour Inclusions

Motor coach transportation, airfare, cruise, and rail transportation

as stated in the itinerary, hotel accommodations, all admissions and

meals per itinerary, all taxes for included items, gratuities for stepon

guides and wait staff (for included meals), luggage handling at

hotels when available, and service of a professional tour director

(see cruises and international tours for tour director minimums).

Not Included on Tours

Not included on motor coach, cruises, rail, fly-in, and international

tours are meals not listed in the itinerary, optional tours, travel

insurance, room incidentals, alcoholic beverages, luggage fees

assessed by airlines, items of personal nature, gratuities for tour

director, driver, rail or cruise staff, required documentation for

domestic air tours, tours entering Canada/international travel,

government fees, passport & VISA fees, airport departure taxes and

other miscellaneous fees.

Traveler Conduct & Special Needs

Tours are fun, but the enjoyment of the tour is based on everyone being

friendly and cooperative. Allied reserves the right to accept or decline

any passenger on any tour if Allied Tour determines a passenger would

be detrimental to the tour. Once a tour departs, any passenger disruptive

to the group may be asked to leave the tour. Expenses to return home

would be the responsibility of the passenger. No refunds will be issued

for unused portions of the tour.

Please notify us of any special needs at the time of reservation. We will

make all reasonable efforts to assist with your travel arrangements.

However, it is strongly recommended that a traveling companion come

along to help with any special needs of anyone with a disability. Allied’s

tour directors have responsibilities for the entire group and can’t provide

one-on-one care. This includes boarding of motor coaches, airplanes,

cruise ships, etc. and traversing hotels, restaurants, attractions, or other

personal needs, etc. Contact Allied if you have any questions.

Single Travelers

Single travelers are guaranteed one seat on the motor coach and may

be seated next to another traveler if the tour is full.

Inspiration & Faith

Due to tour schedules, we are unable to make any special provisions for

worship services. Many tour directors share a “Thought for the Day,”

verses of inspiration, or a short prayer to start the day.

Office Locations & Hours


720 E. Norfolk Avenue

Norfolk, NE 68701

402-371-3840 or 800-672-1009


Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


5250 Superior Street

Lincoln, NE 68504

402-466-1776 or 800-742-7717

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Find us online at WWW.ALLIEDTT.COM | /AlliedTT | /AlliedVacations


What to Know Before You Go

Travel Insurance

We highly recommend travel insurance to protect your payments from

cancellation fees. Your trip investment is worth protecting, and travel

insurance is the best way to safeguard against unexpected events

that can prevent you from traveling and being assessed significant

cancellation fees. Contact Allied for travel insurance information.

Cancellation Protection Plan (CPP)

(Motor Coach Tours Only)

Your payments can be protected from cancellation charges for a

nominal fee when traveling on one of our motor coach tours. The CPP

must be purchased prior to or at final payment. For complete plan

information please contact Allied or your local travel agent.

Baggage Allowance

Portage for one suitcase (per person) is included in the tour price.

Due to limited motor coach capacity, your single bag should have

dimensions not exceeding 30”x21”x11” and weigh no more than 50

lbs. Small carry-on bags are allowed and are your responsibility.

Most airlines assess a baggage fee. This fee is not included in the tour

price and is paid for at airport check-in.

Changes in Tour Price

Tour prices in this publication are effective as of October 1, 2018

and subject to fluctuation due to the U.S. dollar exchange rates and

energy rates. Our best effort has been made to publish this information

as accurately as possible. The right is reserved to change tour rates as

deemed necessary by current currency, fuel price conditions, taxes,

etc. Due to the volatility of airfares and flight schedules, tours utilizing

air transportation are subject to change both in price and routing.

Submitting your deposit is an acknowledgment of your agreement

to these terms.

Changes in Itinerary

Documentation for Domestic Air Tours

A government-issued photo I.D. (i.e. driver’s license) is required for all

tours utilizing air transportation within the United States and selected motor

coach tours.

Documentation for Canada

Tours entering Canada: A valid U.S. passport book is required to enter

Canada by air. This requirement also applies for Alaska cruises as you

will disembark in Vancouver, British Columbia. Tours entering Canada by

land will require a valid U.S. passport book or passport card. (Passport

card is valid for land entry only.) Passport book or passport card must not

expire within 6 months of your return. Canada may deny entry due to past

criminal, misdemeanor, or DUI offenses.

Documentation for International Travel

A valid U.S. passport book that does not expire within six (6) months

from the date of your return is required for most international tours. Some

countries require more months of validity. Passport and VISA acquisition

costs are the responsibility of the traveler. Countries may deny entry due to

past criminal or misdemeanor offenses.

Activity Level


Level 2: Requires average physical activity. You should be in good health,

able to climb stairs and walk reasonable distances.

Level 3: Requires moderate physical activity. There may be long and short

days; travelers should have the energy level to withstand the timing of the


Level 4: Requires above average physical activity. You should be able to

walk distances and be physically fit to fully enjoy the tour. Walking surfaces

may be uneven at times on some tours, and there may be occasional early

morning or evening activities.



The order of events and hotels scheduled on your tour are subject to

change. Every effort will be made to preserve the original quality of

attractions and hotels when circumstances necessitate a substitution.


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Terms & Conditions


Cancellation Policies

All cancellation fees are based on ‘per person.’ Policies below show ’Days Prior to Departure’ and ’Amount of Cancel Fee.’

Coach Tours (United States/Canada)

•46 Days or More.........................................................................No Fee

•45-31 Day............................................................ 30% of the Total Cost

•30-16 Days........................................................... 70% of the Total Cost

•15 Days or Less.......................................................................No Refund

Domestic Air Tours

•90 Days or More.........................................................................No Fee

•89-45 Days.......................... 40% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•44-30 Days...........................75% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•29 Days or Less......................................................................No Refund

Alaska Cruise & Tour/Panama Canal Cruise

•76 Days or More – No Fee

•75-57 Days........................................................... 20% of the Total Cost

•56-29 Days........................50% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•28-15 Days......................... 75% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•14 Days or Less.......................................................................No Refund

Spectacular Alaska

•120 Days or More........................................................................No Fee

•119-65 Days...................................................Deposit Non-Refundable

•64-22 Day.............................20% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•21-8 Days............................. 30% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•7-1 Days............................... 50% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•Day of departure....................................................................No Refund

California Zephyr & Amtrak City of New Orleans Adventure

•95 Days or More..........................................................................No Fee

•94-50 Days.......................................................... 40% of the Total Cost

•49-31 Days........................................................... 75% of the Total Cost

•30 Days or Less......................................................................No Refund

New York City Broadway & Baseball

•From initial date of deposit to 90 Days prior............$300 per person

•89-30 Days.......................................................... 50% of the Total Cost

•29 Days or Less......................................................................No Refund

Hawaii Cruise

•90 Days or More.........................................................................No Fee

•89-76 Days......................... 25% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•76-61 Days.........................50% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•60-31 Days......................... 75% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•30 Days or Less......................................................................No Refund

Thanksgiving in New York City

•121 Days or More............................................................................No Fee

•120-61 Days................................................................................ $200 Fee

•60-31 Days................................20% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•30-15 Days............................... 30% of the Total Cost + 100% of Airfare

•14 Days or Less...........................................................................No Refund

Costa Rica

•251 Days or More........................................................................No Fee

•250-91 Days........................................................................... $450 Fee

•90-45 Days.......................................................... 20% of the Total Cost

•44-15 Days........................................................... 50% of the Total Cost

•14 Days or Less.......................................................................No Refund

Romantic Rhine Cruise

•From initial date of deposit to 91 Days prior................................ $450

•90 Days of Less......................................................................No Refund

*Travel insurance is highly recommended to protect travelers from

cancellation fees. Call Allied for insurance options.

Traveler Responsibilities, Terms & Conditions

Allied Tours, Inc. (AT) acts only as agents for suppliers. AT is not responsible

for acts or omissions of the suppliers or their failure to provide services or

adhere to their own schedules and assumes no liability for injury, damage,

loss, accident, delay or irregularity, and can accept no liability for losses

or personal injury or property damage, or additional expenses due to

delay or changes in bus or other services, sickness, weather, strikes, war,

quarantine, terrorism, or other causes. All such losses or expenses will

have to be borne by the passenger. The right is reserved to accept or

withdraw any tour if circumstances require. AT reserves the right to make

any changes for the benefit of the tour and/or tour members including

canceling the tour if necessary. All rates are subject to change and are

based on current tariffs available and current exchange rates as of

October 1, 2018. AT or property owners are not liable for any loss/

damage to vehicles parked at departure locations. All baggage is at

owner’s risk. The purchase of baggage and travel insurance covering

cancellation, interruption, medical, baggage, etc., is recommended.

The issuance and acceptance of tickets/vouchers or the payment of the

required deposit or any partial or full payment for reservations on these

trips shall be deemed to be consent to these conditions. No refund or

unused portions of the tour can be made unless agreed to prior to the

departure of the tour. The usual contract in use by the airlines and other

transportation companies when issued, shall constitute the sole contract

between the purchaser of the tour and/or the passenger. The services

of any ARC and/or IATAN carrier may be used on this program. AT has

no special knowledge regarding the financial condition of the suppliers

or unsafe conditions at locations to which you may travel. You assume

full responsibility for checking and verifying any and all passport, visa,

vaccination, or other entry requirements of your destination(s), and all

conditions regarding health, safety, security, political stability, and labor

or civil unrest at such destination(s). Passengers hereby release AT from all

claims arising out of any problem covered in these paragraphs and agree

that the courts in Madison Co., NE will be the exclusive jurisdiction for all

claims brought by you or AT.

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720 E. Norfolk Avenue

Norfolk, NE 68701



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