2020 Allied Tour & Travel Catalog

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Here's your chance to read all about the tours we are offering for 2020. You can make reservations online at AlliedTT.com, or phone us at 800-672-1009.

2020

TOUR

CATALOG

IT'S YOUR LIFE,

go out and live it.

CONTINENTAL U.S. | ALASKA | HAWAII | EUROPE | CANADA | CARIBBEAN | MEXICO | CENTRAL AMERICA


Dear Travel Friends,

Have you ever ridden a dune buggy? How about a river raft float? Swam with dolphins lately?

These and many more adventures await you on an Allied tour!

If you are looking for some adventure and overall fun in 2020, check out our new tour catalog on the pages

that follow. You could do things like taking a whale watching excursion on our cruises, zip lining across terrain,

jet boating river gorges, visiting native tribes in a jungle and yes, renting your own electric bike.

Other activities like visiting historic battlefields, pondering sacrifices made at monuments in Washington,

or viewing majestic mountain ranges or oceans could all be done on our tours. The delicious cuisine, new

friendships and leisurely schedule all make for a great vacation.

And this year it is even more enticing with new ways to save on travel! You’ll see our Early Booking Savings

opportunities listed on each tour. Also new is our “Refer-a-Friend and Save” opportunity when you recommend

a friend to travel with Allied. And even more savings are available with our “Family Generation Savings.” Add

in our “Pay-By-Check Savings” and you could save a bundle. (See page 4 for details.)

So get some new adventure in your life. Check out our tours and sign up early. Bring some

others along, and you’ll save a lot and have a great time too.

Hope to see you on the road in 2020,

READY FOR NEW ADVENTURES?

Dave Busskohl

President

INFORMATION, TOURS & CRUISES

Information

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What Makes Allied a Better Choice

The Ultra Coach - The Ultra Ride

Vacations by Departure Date

4 Ways to SAVE with Allied

There's More from Allied

Meet Our Tour Directors

How to Make a Reservation

What to Know Before You Go

Terms & Conditions

TOURS

Ocean & River Cruises

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Hawaiian Islands Cruise

Panama Canal Transit Cruise

Alaska Cruise & Tour

Alaska Cruise

Danube River Cruise

Canada & New England Cruise

Rail Journeys

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California Zephyr Adventure

Amtrak City of New Orleans

Adventure

Colorado Rails & Aspen Trails

West•Southwest•Northwest

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Midwest

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Great Southwest Adventures

Las Vegas & Canyon Country

Lights, Camera, Action!-Southern

California Adventure

Yellowstone National Park & the

Grand Tetons

Pacific Northwest Grandeur

Oregon Coast & Northern California

Canyonlands Splendor

Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

Pella Tulip Festival

Mystery Tour

Mackinac Island Lilacs

Amish Back Roads

Wisconsin Wonders

Mackinac Island & Door County

Mississippi River Cruise & Cranberry

Country

Branson U.S.A.

Ladies Only Door County

Dave Busskohl

President

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South •Southeast

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Texas Coastal Winter Escape

Florida Panhandle to the Everglades

Savannah & Charleston

Nashville U.S.A.

New Orleans & the Deep South

Magnolia, The Mercantile & More

Palo Duro Canyon-The Grand

Canyon of Texas

Ark Encounter & Kentucky Pathways

38 Smoky Mountains - Music, Majesty

& Praise

East•Northeast

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Canada

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Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossoms

New York City Broadway & Baseball

Washington, D.C. & the Historic East

New England Autumn

New York & Pennsylvania Autumn Adv.

Plymouth & Cape Cod

Canadian Rockies

Niagara Falls & Toronto

International

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Susan Busskohl

Vice President

Best of Scandinavia

Brent Kalemkiarian

Vice President

DENOTES NEW TOUR


WHAT MAKES AN ALLIED VACATION A BETTER CHOICE IN TRAVEL?

The Ultra Coach - The Ultra Ride

More Leg Room, Luxury Interior, Wi-Fi, Keurig Coffee Makers, Refrigerator,

Microwave, & Fresh Snacks Onboard

Home Pick-Ups in select cities*

3-4 Star Rated Hotels

No late evening check-ins or early check-outs

We don’t “pack em’ in” on the motor coach

Local Step-on Guides Add an In-Depth Perspective

Meticulously Timed Itineraries for a Smooth Flowing Trip

*Allied provides home pick-ups

from Lincoln, Omaha, Norfolk,

Columbus, Fremont, Sioux City,

Grand Island, & Council Bluffs

Local Restaurants Selected for Better Quality Meals or Local Cuisine

Allied limits the occupancy on the motor coach for a less crowded travel experience

THE ULTRA COACH - THE ULTRA RIDE!

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!

Extra leg room so you can stretch out

*Only Available on Allied Tours

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!

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VACATIONS BY DEPARTURE DATE

FEBRUARY

NEW TOUR

JUNE CONT.

SEPTEMBER CONT.

6-16 Texas Coastal Winter Escape..................30

19-3/3 Great Southwest Adventures.................... 15

20-3/1 Hawaiian Islands Cruise............................. 6

22-3/9 Florida Panhandle to the Everglades....... 31

28-3/8 Las Vegas & Canyon Country..................16

28-3/15 Panama Canal Transit Cruise..................... 7

MARCH

20-29 Savannah & Charleston...........................32

30-4/4 Nashville U.S.A.........................................33

APRIL

1-5 Washington, D.C. Cherry Blossoms.........39

17-26 New Orleans & the Deep South..............34

20-25 Magnolia, The Mercantile & More..........35

MAY

7-9 Pella Tulip Festival......................................23

18-21 Mystery Tour..............................................23

JUNE

3-8 Palo Duro Canyon - The Grand

Canyon of Texas.......................................36

9-15 California Zephyr Adventure.................... 12

13-20 Mackinac Island Lilacs.............................24

15-21 Ark Encounter & Kentucky Pathways.......37

20-26 Lights, Camera, Action! - Southern

California Adventure................................. 17

20-29 Yellowstone National Park &

the Grand Tetons....................................... 18

22-27 Amish Back Roads.....................................25

JULY

8-17 Best of Scandinavia..................................48

12-22 Canadian Rockies.....................................46

13-25 Pacific Northwest Grandeur..................... 19

18-29 Alaska Cruise & Tour.................................. 8

AUGUST

1-7 Wisconsin Wonders..................................26

3-7 New York City Broadway & Baseball.....40

3-16 Oregon Coast & Northern California.....20

7-15 Alaska Cruise.............................................. 9

14-21 Niagara Falls & Toronto...........................47

SEPTEMBER

5-15 Danube River Cruise.................................10

9-18 Canyonlands Splendor............................. 21

12-20 Mackinac Island & Door County.............27

12-22 Canada & New England Cruise...............11

21-27 California Zephyr Adventure.................... 12

23-10/4 New England Autumn #1................. 42-43

27-10/8 New England Autumn #2................. 42-43

27-10/2 Plymouth & Cape Cod..............................45

28-10/4 Colorado Rails & Aspen Trails.................. 14

29-10/2 Mississippi River Cruise &

Cranberry Country....................................28

OCTOBER

3-10 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta.....................22

5-9 Ladies Only Door County.........................29

6-17 Washington, D.C. & the Historic East......41

10-20 New York & Pennsylvania Autumn

Adventure...................................................44

15-18 Branson U.S.A...........................................28

17-22 Amtrak City of New Orleans Adventure.... 13

22-31 Smoky Mountains-Music,

Majesty & Praise #1.................................38

23-11/1 Smoky Mountains-Music,

Majesty & Praise #2.................................38

4 WAYS TO SAVE WITH ALLIED

Pay-by-Check

Savings

Early Booking

Savings

Refer-a-Friend

Savings

Family Generation

Savings

SAVE

$50 to $220

per person

SAVE

$50 to $150

per person

SAVE

$25

per person

SAVE

$30

per person

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$50-220 PP

$50-150

PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

REFER-A-FRIEND

$25

PER PERSON

S AVIN G S

FAMILY GENERATION

$30

PER PERSON

S AVIN G S

You can always save with Allied;

just pay your deposit and final

payment by check. It’s that easy!

No deadlines or exclusions; just

pure savings from Allied. You can

combine the Pay-by-Check with

Early Booking to double your

savings!

Plan your travel early and SAVE!

The sooner you book your

vacation, the more you will save.

See each tour page for the dates

to SAVE on your next vacation.

Combine Early Booking and

Pay-by-Check and you can

double the savings!

Refer-a-Friend to travel on a

2020 multi-day tour and earn a

$25 travel credit for you and your

friend! Just send us their address

and we’ll send them a catalog.

When they reserve a tour, you will

both get a $25 travel credit! Valid

for those who have not traveled

on a 2018, 2019 or 2020 tour

and on new bookings only.

We believe in families! Share

the experience by traveling

together. Book a tour with your

son/daughter or a grandson/

granddaughter and save $30

per person. Not combinable with

Refer-a-Friend Savings and valid

on new bookings only.

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THERE'S MORE FROM ALLIED

FREE TIME

& F O O D

Free Time and Food

Like to explore on your own? Many tours include free time to check out quaint local shops or have

coffee with the locals. Let’s talk about food. We search out local restaurants so you can “taste” your

way through your tour and sample the local cuisine.

PERSONALLY SELECTED

H OTELS

Personally Selected Hotels

Our hotels are personally selected for quality, location, service, and quietness. You’ll tell the difference

in our hotels.

STAY THE NIGHT

O N U S

PRESTIGE TOURS

&

& CL A SSIC TO U RS

Stay the Night on Us

Live over 60 miles from our pick-up point? You may qualify to stay the night for FREE the night prior to

your departure. Other qualifications include: tours must depart before 7 a.m. on a Prestige Tour. Call

for details. It’s only from Allied!

Prestige/Classic Tours

Our Prestige tours include home pick-ups in selected cities, the Ultra Coach (on select tours), and Stay

the Night on Us. Classic tours have the same quality but without the extra services. Both assure you of

a quality travel experience.

STEP-ON

G UID ES

Step-on Guides

We tap local expertise to enhance your travel experience so that the area comes alive with stories and

history that makes travel so interesting. We even include the gratuity for the local guide.

METICULOUSLY TIMED

ITIN ER A RIES

Meticulously Timed Itineraries

At Allied we make sure all the timing is accurate so you can enjoy a leisurely vacation without late

evening check-ins or early check-outs. You’ll see the difference what good timing makes with Allied.

"The variety of different activities and the vast amount of planning overall made this a fantastic tour.

Our expectations were exceeded – extra activities on bus, snacks and water, and stops."

- Lynn & Frank M., Hot Springs, SD

MEET OUR TOUR DIRECTORS

Diane

Roecker

DeEtta

Mayrose

Frankie

Tiarks

Eileen

Toussaint

Elaine

DeJong

Roxie

Mulder

Judy

Brockmeier

Verla

Youngquist

Loretta

Mills

Vonis

Schroeder

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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS CRUISE

FEB. 20 - MAR. 1, 2020

11 DAYS • 20 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Overnight on Waikiki Beach

•Two days in Maui

•Hilo

•Kona

•Two days in Kauai

•Hawaiian Luau in Kauai

•Pearl Harbor/U.S.S. Arizona Tour/

Honolulu City Highlights

•20 Meals

•Tour Host (with minimum of 16

passengers)

Optional Tours: Each port in Hawaii

has optional tours so you can explore

the island.

Tour Host -

Diane Roecker

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$4,149 Inside, Category IB,

pp (dbl)

$4,924 Balcony, Category BD,

pp (dbl)

Rates for Outside Cabin, single or

triple rates available upon request.

Rates to fly from other U.S. cities are

also available upon request.

Departures from Omaha airport can

deduct $50 per person.

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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 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

ship means a Hawaiian shirt or sundress. And NCL’s

“freestyle” cruising means there are no fixed dining

times or pre-assigned seating.

DAY 1 • TRANSFER TO OMAHA

Pre-departure package is included in the tour rate,

including airport shuttles and pre-departure overnight

accommodations in Omaha.

DAY 2•FLY TO 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! Overnight at the Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach

Resort.

DAY 3•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 4 & 5•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. Kaanapali

Beach offers amazing snorkeling off Black Rock. Let a

professional drive you along the stunning 50-mile road

to Hana.

DAY 6•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 the Kilauea Volcano is just 60 minutes away.

Pick from several optional tours such as volcano tours,

horseback riding or sport fishing.

DAY 7•KONA (B, L, D)

We cruise 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—

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

discover your favorites. Tonight you will get to watch

another stunning sunset from the ship.

DAY 8 & 9•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, visiting the romantic Fern Grotto, ziplining,

or kayaking. Our Allied travelers will gather for a

Hawaiian Luau with dinner on Day 8.

DAY 10•HONOLULU (B)

We return to Oahu this morning after a beautiful week

of cruising the Hawaiian Islands. We’ve included a

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

Honolulu City Highlights today. We board the plane

this evening for our overnight flight to Omaha.

DAY 11•ARRIVE HOME

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PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT CRUISE

FEB. 28 - MAR. 15, 2020

17 DAYS • 45 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Pre-cruise overnight stay in Los

Angeles

•Ports of Call:

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Huatulco, Mexico

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Fuerte Amador, Panama

Cartagena, Columbia

•Full Panama Canal Transit

•45 Meals

•Tour Host (with a minimum of 16

passengers)

Tour Host -

Roxie Mulder

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, Luverne, MN,

& Sioux Falls, SD

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$3,899 Inside ID, pp (dbl)

$4,569 Outside OF, pp (dbl)

$4,894 Balcony BD, pp (dbl)

$5,499 MB Mini Suite, pp (dbl)

Suites, single or triple rates are

available upon request. Rates to

fly from Des Moines and other

U.S. Cities are also available upon

request.

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

THE PANAMA CANAL

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.

Sail from Los Angeles, south along the

Pacific, thru the Panama Canal and back to

Fort Lauderdale via the Caribbean. Learn about this

historic 48-mile waterway in Panama that connects the

Atlantic Ocean with the Pacific Ocean.

DAY 1•OMAHA/LOS ANGELES

Our winter escape begins with transfers to Omaha and

flight to Los Angeles. Overnight Los Angeles, CA

DAY 2•BOARD THE EMERALD PRINCESS (B, D)

After a leisurely morning, we transfer to the port to

board the beautiful Emerald Princess. The attentive

service from the friendly Princess staff will make you

feel right at home.

DAY 3 & 4•AT SEA (B, L, D)

Enjoy two days at sea where you can de-stress.

Explore the ship's swimming pool, boutiques, and spas.

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 5•PUERTO VALLARTA, MEXICO (B, L, D)

The beautiful climate and palm-lined beaches of Puerto

Vallarta will call you ashore. Visit the historic Church of

the Lady of Guadalupe. Swim with the dolphins. There

are lots of fun optional excursions!

DAY 6•AT SEA (B, L, D)

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

board such as dance lessons, culinary demonstrations,

wine tasting classes or maybe you’d like a massage or

facial at the Lotus Spa.

DAY 7•HUATULCO, MEXICO (B, L, D)

Huatulco is a tropical Eden with crystalline waters,

coral reefs, and uncrowded beaches. Its stunning bay

is famed for its “sleeping man” rock formation and

“blowhole.” Enjoy a snorkeling excursion, culinary tour,

or cultural exploration.

DAY 8•AT SEA (B, L, D)

Once again, the choices are many. Take in an Art Auction.

Hit the Sports Court. Enjoy afternoon tea. Join in a game

of bridge. Or relax with a good book by the pool.

DAY 9•SAN JUAN DEL SUR, NICARAGUA (B, L, D)

(TENDER TO PORT)

Nicaragua has stunning landscapes, vast cultural

treasures and intriguing history. From strolling the

cobblestone streets of colonial Granada on Lake

Nicaragua to exploring one of the many volcanoes,

this port has something for even the most seasoned

traveler.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

DAY 10•PUNTARENAS, COSTA RICA (B, L, D)

Hailed as the "Switzerland of the Americas," Costa Rica

lies between two oceans and two continents. Optional

excursions offer the chance to see wildlife, ride a train,

enjoy a river cruise, view tropical gardens, explore the

rainforest via aerial tram, visit the capital of San Jose

and much more!

DAY 11•AT SEA (B, L, D)

Learn about the Panama Canal at an onboard lecture

or film presentation.

DAY 12•FUERTE AMADOR, PANAMA (FOR

PANAMA CITY) (TENDER TO PORT) (B, L, D)

This port is the gateway to our transit of the Panama

Canal. From here you can take excursions to tour

“Colonial Panama,” take a rail excursion along the

canal, or meet the Embera Indians.

DAY 13•PANAMA CANAL TRANSIT/COLON,

PANAMA (B, L, D)

Today enter the impressive Panama Canal thru the Mira

Flores Locks. Our early morning crossing takes us thru

the new locks!

DAY 14•CARTAGENA, COLUMBIA (B, L, D)

Steeped in history, this interesting city shows the

influences of the Spanish Empire on the New World.

Excursions offer visits to the “Old City,” San Pedro

Claver Church, Castillo de San Felipe Fortress or canoe

the mangrove tunnels and visit the National Aviary.

DAY 15 & 16•AT SEA (B, L, D)

Share stories with fellow passengers of the interesting

excursions you enjoyed in Panama and the highlights of

your transit thru this man-made wonder.

DAY 17•FT. LAUDERDALE/FLIGHT HOME (B)

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

after a wonderful winter escape.

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ALASKA CRUISE & TOUR

JULY 18-29, 2020

12 DAYS • 21 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Princess Cruises - The #1 Cruise

Line in Alaska

•Two nights in Fairbanks

•Sternwheeler Riverboat Cruise

•Gold Dredge #8

•Two nights at Princess Denali Lodge

•Denali Park Natural History Tour

•Seven-night southbound cruise

•Glacier Bay Scenic Cruise

•Skagway

•Juneau

•Ketchikan

•Tour Host (with a minimum of 16

passengers)

Tour Host -

Roxie Mulder

FEATURED HOTELS

•Fairbanks, AK (2) – Princess

Hotel TBA

•Denali, AK (2) – Denali Princess

Wilderness Lodge

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, Luverne, MN,

& Sioux Falls, SD

Call for air from your home city.

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$4,689 Inside, Category ID,

Double, pp

$5,195 Oceanview Category

OE, Double, pp

$5,697 Balcony Category BD,

Double, pp

Single or triple rates available upon

request

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Featuring Denali National

Park & the Inside Passage

Explore Alaska by land and sea! Enjoy a

four-night land tour followed by a sevennight

southbound cruise with Princess

Cruises, the #1 cruise line in Alaska. The

Great Land is a place of epic drama, with soaring

mountains, giant glaciers, and dazzling wildlife.

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/FAIRBANKS

Alaska’s “Golden Heart City” of Fairbanks is a great

introduction to the heart of this unique state. Check in

to your hotel and get ready for the beginning of your

adventure. Overnight (2) Fairbanks, AK

DAY 2•STERNWHEELER RIVERBOAT CRUISE/

GOLD DREDGE #8 (L)

Today take a cruise on an authentic Sternwheeler

Riverboat down the Chena River where we learn about

sled dog racing, salmon fishing and various native

customs at a recreated Athabaskan Village. Then enjoy

the Gold Dredge #8 tour with the chance to pan for

your own gold. A hearty miner’s lunch is included.

Evening at leisure.

DAY 3•DENALI NATIONAL PARK

Travel by motor coach takes you on a scenic

journey to the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge.

This afternoon enjoy some free time to relax in your

beautiful surroundings or take an optional tour such

as a Helicopter Ride, ATV adventure or Denali Music

Theater with dinner. (Optional tours at additional cost.)

Overnight (2) Denali, AK.

DAY 4•DENALI NATURAL HISTORY TOUR

We venture into the magnificent Denali National Park

on a five hour Natural History Tour. For those who wish

more time in the park, you can upgrade to a nine hour

Tundra Wilderness Tour for approximately $70 pp.

DAY 5•ALASKA PRINCESS RAIL DENALI TO

WHITTIER (D)

Enjoy the scenic rail journey through some of the best

wilderness in the Great Land on the exclusive Direct-tothe-Wilderness

rail service. Once in Whittier, you’ll step

from the train onto the Coral Princess for the beginning

of your unforgettable cruise.

DAY 6•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. And each evening

the Golden Princess offers great entertainment!

DAY 7•GLACIER BAY SCENIC CRUISING (B, L, D)

Cruise the ice-studded fjords of Glacier Bay National

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

$125 PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

BY 2/14

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

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

ship as you watch and listen for the infamous “white

thunder” of the glaciers calving.

DAY 8•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.

One option to consider is the White Pass Railroad

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

DAY 9•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, or kayaking

tour.

DAY 10•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 11•AT SEA (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 12•VANCOUVER/FLY HOME (B)

Arrival in Vancouver early morning for the return flight

home.

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ALASKA CRUISE

AUG. 7-15, 2020

9 DAYS • 20 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Princess Cruises - The #1 Cruise

Line in Alaska

•Seattle City Tour

•Seven nights on the Ruby Princess

•Glacier National Park Cruising

•Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan

•Victoria, British Columbia

•Tour Host (with a minimum of 16

passengers)

Tour Host -

Eileen Toussaint

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$2,825 Inside, Category ID,

Double, pp

$3,374 Oceanview, Category

OF, Double, pp

$3,749 Balcony, Category BD,

Double, pp

Mini-suites, single or triple rates are

available upon request.

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

7 Night Roundtrip Cruise

from Seattle

Are you looking for an end of summer

$75 PP

BY 2/14

vacation? Or wanting to take the family or

grandkids on a pre-school holiday? It’s a

perfect time of year to get away from the

heat of a Midwest summer! And there is no better way

to do it than with Princess Cruises, the #1 Cruise Line

in Alaska. The “North to Alaska” program to immerses

you in everything Alaska—from the region’s famous

seafood to a host of local guests. Plus, the Discovery

at Sea program brings Alaska to life with new games

and activities inspired by the shows you love such as

Deadliest Catch & Shark Week.

You will travel in comfort and style as we cruise on the

Ruby Princess. This lovely contemporary ship features

comfortable accommodations, plenty to do with an

array of activities and entertainment while at sea plus a

great variety of optional tours while in port, numerous

dining options, and the wonderful service Princess is

known for.

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY

Shuttle to Omaha from Allied cities for flight to Seattle,

WA. Overnight Seattle, WA.

DAY 2•SEATTLE/BOARD THE RUBY PRINCESS (D)

Enjoy a city tour of Seattle this morning before

transferring to the Ruby Princess. Settle into your

stateroom for your seven night voyage.

DAY 3•DAY AT SEA (B, L, D)

As you get acquainted with your ship, you can also

take in some fun activities, shop in the boutiques, relax

with a spa treatment, lounge by the pool, or visit the

shore excursions desk.

DAY 4•JUNEAU (B, L, D)

The capital of Alaska is only accessible by sea or air

and it is surrounded with a bounty of water, forests

and mountains. Famous for the Mendenhall Glacier

and Tongass National Forest, it is a great spot for

sightseeing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, and more!

DAY 5•SKAGWAY (B, L, D)

Skagway was the gateway to the gold fields for the

thousands who flocked to Alaska and the Yukon with

the hope of striking it rich. At its peak, Skagway had a

population of about 20,000. Today, this quaint town

of about 1,000 still retains the flavor of the old gold

rush days. Optional tours include the White Pass Scenic

Railway, Skagway Street Car Tour, Musher’s Camp &

Sled Dog Experience, plus many more!

DAY 6•GLACIER NATIONAL PARK SCENIC

CRUISING(B, L, D)

Cruise the ice-studded fjords of Glacier Bay National

Park today as a U.S. Park Service Ranger narrates

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

throughout the day. Catch your breath as ice-blue

glaciers thunder and crash. Keep your eyes open for

sea lions, otters, whales, and eagles.

DAY 7•KETCHIKAN (B, L, D)

Ketchikan, known as the Salmon Capital of the World,

hugs the waterfront with shops and homes built right out

over the water. Stroll the wooden walkway of Creek

Street, enjoy a fishing excursion, take a whale watching

cruise or visit the Totem State Park and Saxman Village.

The options are many!

DAY 8•VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA (B, L, D)

We pull into port this evening (7pm) for an opportunity

to go ashore to this very British island. Known for the

Butchart Gardens which opened in 1904 and the

stately Empress Hotel which opened in 1908, you’ll

have an opportunity to visit one or both on an evening

tour. PASSPORT REQUIRED if you wish to visit Victoria.

DAY 9•SEATTLE/OMAHA (B)

Disembark this morning for our return flight to Omaha

after a splendid Alaska Cruise.

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NEW TOUR

DANUBE RIVER CRUISE

SEPT. 5 - 15, 2020

11 DAYS • 22 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Visit five countries

•Seven-night cruise in a suite or

stateroom of your choice

•All gratuities included onboard

•First-class service by an Englishspeaking

crew

•Shore excursions with Englishspeaking

local guides

•Personal listening device for

onboard excursions

•All meals included onboard with a

variety of international cuisine

•Complimentary regional wines, beer

and soft drinks accompany onboard

lunches and dinners

•Complimentary WiFi onboard

•All port charges included

•Two-night hotel stay and touring in

Prague, the Czech Republic

•22 Meals - 9 Breakfasts (B), 6

Lunches (L), 7 Dinners (D)

•Tour Host with minimum of 16

passengers

CRUISE & HOTEL

ACCOMMODATIONS

•7 Nights Aboard an Emerald

Waterways Star-Ship

•Prague (2) – Hotel Grandium, or

similar

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$6,199 River Deck, Double, pp

$6,829 Vista Deck, Double, pp

$7,229 Horizon Deck, Double, pp

$7,825 Grand Balcony, Double, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Hungary • Slovakia •

Austria • Germany • the

Czech Republic

Experience the Danube River aboard your

Luxury Emerald Waterways star-ship on a

seven-night cruise through five countries. The

cruise includes two nights in Prague with escorted shore

excursions with English-speaking guides in six cities.

See the beauty of Central and Eastern Europe on this

outstanding cruise with Allied Tours.

DAY 1•DEPART THE USA

Depart the USA on your overnight flight to Budapest,

Hungary.

DAY 2•ARRIVE HUNGARY (D)

Upon arrival, transfer to your Emerald Waterways

luxury river cruise ship. After boarding, enjoy some

time at your leisure to explore Budapest. This evening,

join your fellow travelers with a traditional Hungarian

welcome dinner. Later, enjoy Hungarian folk dancing

and music with a special performance onboard.

Overnight (7), Emerald Waterways Cruise Ship

DAY 3•BUDAPEST, HUNGARY (B, L, D)

Today’s included tour presents you with a fantastic

opportunity to become acquainted with Hungary’s

beautiful capital, Budapest, Eastern Europe’s liveliest

and most cosmopolitan city. Enjoy a guided tour of the

city sights including the Hungarian Parliament Building,

the Buda Castle and the Chain Bridge. The cruise

begins with a leisurely afternoon onboard as the ship

departs for Bratislava followed by a Gala Dinner.

DAY 4•BRATISLAVA, SLOVAKIA (B, L, D)

The day begins with an included walking tour

of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. Set on the

crossroads of ancient trade routes in the heart of

Europe, Bratislava embodies various cultures. See

the enchanting Old City with its Town Hall, Mirbach

Palace and the Gothic Cathedral of St. Martin. After

lunch onboard, a highlight of the day will be a homehosted

visit where you are treated to tasty home-made

specialties in the home of local Slovakians.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$200 PP

$725 PP

DAY 5•VIENNA, AUSTRIA (B, L, D)

Welcome to Vienna, the capital of classical music.

Today you have a choice of exploring Austria’s capital:

drive along the Ringstrasse to see the impressive Opera

House, Burgtheater and Town Hall, or a guided bike

tour.

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

DAY 6•DÜRNSTEIN – MELK, AUSTRIA (B, L, D)

Awaken this morning in the medieval town of Dürnstein,

where you have free time to enjoy one of the most

enchanting villages of the Wachau wine region. The

ruins of Dürnstein Castle, which served as a prison to

England’s Richard the Lionheart, can be seen on the

hilltop. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Wachau

BY 5/1

Valley while cruising along the Danube before arriving

in Melk. On an included excursion, visit the magnificent

900-year-old Benedictine Abbey, a UNESCO World

Heritage Site, which boasts an opulent Baroque

interior.

DAY 7•PASSAU OR SALZBURG, AUSTRIA (B, L, D)

From a brief stop in Brandstatt, depart on the optional

excursion to Salzburg to see sights from "The Sound

of Music" and walk along the famous Getreidegasse

Lane past Mozart’s birthplace, or remain onboard until

the cobblestone streets and graceful arcades welcome

you to Passau. St. Stephen’s Basilica is a wonderful

example of Baroque architecture and home to Europe’s

largest church organ with more than 17,000 pipes.

DAY 8•REGENSBURG, GERMANY (B, L, D)

This morning takes you through the final stretch of the

fascinating Main-Danube Canal to Regensburg, one

of Germany’s best-preserved medieval cities. Explore

the city on a guided walking tour, seeing one of the

oldest bridges crossing the Danube, the Old Town

Hall, and other architectural highlights. Travel by coach

to Kelheim to rejoin the ship and continue sailing to

Nuremberg.

DAY 9•NUREMBERG, GERMANY (B)

After breakfast, disembark the ship and enjoy a guided

tour of Nuremberg. During the walking tour, discover

the medieval charm of the Altstadt (Old Town) with its

amazing architecture, fortifications and stone towers

from past centuries. Overnight (2) Prague, Czech

Republic

DAY 10•PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC (B)

The day begins with a tour highlighting the famous sites

of this beautiful city, including Old Town Square with its

astronomical clock and the medieval Charles Bridge.

During free time this afternoon, continue exploring

on your own or join the optional excursion to Terezin

Concentration Camp.

DAY 11•FLY HOME (B)

Bid a fond farewell to Europe and return home with

wonderful memories of life-enriching experiences from

your cruise along the Danube River.

This itinerary is subject to change.

Please note: Optional excursions are available and are

at an additional cost.

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NEW TOUR

CANADA & NEW ENGLAND CRUISE

SEPT. 12-22, 2020

11 DAYS • 29 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•10 Nights on Caribbean Princess

•Ports Include:

Quebec City, QC

Saguenay, QC

Charlottetown, PEI

Sydney, NS

Halifax, NS

Bar Harbor, ME

Boston, MA

•Optional Extension in NYC

•Evening entertainment on ship

•29 Meals: 10 Breakfasts, 9 Lunches,

10 Dinners

•Tour Host (with minimum of 16

passengers)

Tour Host -

DeEtta Mayrose

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$3,379 Inside, Category ID,

Double, pp

$3,974 Oceanview, Category

OC, Double, pp

$4,379 Balcony, Category BD,

Double, pp

Single or triple rates are available

upon request. Rates to fly from other

US Cities are also available upon

request.

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Old World History &

Culture Meet Breathtaking

Natural Sights!

Join us for majestic sites and scenes found

only along the fabulously rocky and history

drenched coastlines of Canada & New

England.

DAY 1•OMAHA FLIGHT TO QC (D)

Transfer to Omaha for flight to Quebec. Overnight (10)

on Caribbean Princess.

DAY 2•QUEBEC CITY, QC (B, L, D)

A unique feature of this cruise is that we don’t leave

Quebec until we’ve had a chance to experience it! To

visit Quebec is to experience France without crossing

the Atlantic. You’ll have all day to explore this beautiful

city. Optional tours offer a visit to the Latin Quarter,

explore historic Old Quebec, visit Place Royale or

Notre Dame des Victoires. Each port has optional tours

at additional expense.

DAY 3•SAGUENAY, QC (B, L, D)

The Saguenay Fjord Route is an outstanding landscape

of sea, mountains and rising cliffs protected by three

National Parks. Its exceptional natural beauty can

be discovered by land, sea or air. With a decidedly

French atmosphere and a touch of the Old World, our

time here offers unique optional tours to take in the

history, charming villages and beautiful landscapes.

DAY 4•AT SEA (B, L, D)

The recently refurbished ship (May 2019), offers an

array of fun activities or lovely spaces where you can

relax and refresh. Enjoy a visit to the spa, or maybe

dance lessons? How about participating in the

Discovery at Sea program, or take in some trivia or

bingo?

DAY 5•CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI (B, L, D)

The largest city on Prince Edward Island is also its

capital—Charlottetown’s Victorian architecture,

abundance of parks and harbor-side location make it

an idyllic stop for cruise visitors. Walk the cobblestones

of Victoria Row, see the house that inspired “Anne of

Green Gables”, explore the shore of PEI National Park

or sail into Northumberland Strait for lobster fishing.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$125 PP

$100 PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

DAY 6•SYDNEY, NS (B, L, D)

Sydney is the gateway to Cape Breton Highlands

National Park, Bras d’Or Lake and miles of rugged

coastline. Visit Baddeck, home to Alexander Graham

Bell’s summer mansion; drive along the scenic Cabot

Trail; tour the Fortress of Louisbourg—where every barn,

barracks and pipe & drum corps appears just as it did

when King Louis’ troops occupied the site in 1744.

BY 5/10

Atlantic Provinces, Halifax has a beautifully restored

waterfront and rich maritime heritage. The city is

adorned with great natural harbors and landmarks

like the Citadel Fortress, Pier 21 (Canada’s Ellis Island),

and the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Or see the

craggy coastline & rocky topography of Peggy’s Cove,

or the British settlement of Lunenburg, so meticulously

restored it has been designated a UNESCO World

Heritage Site. (Tender Required/Wheelchair Access

Limited)

DAY 8•BAR HARBOR, ME (B, L, D)

Standing atop Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National

Park, it is easy to see why people like John D.

Rockefeller felt so strongly about preserving this area’s

natural beauty. Take in the beauty and history of the

area on optional tours such as Historic Lighthouses

and National Park by Boat, Acadia National Park &

Cadillac Mountain tour, Lobster Fishing Demo and

Lobster Bake, Victorian Bar Harbor Walking Tour or

Biking in Acadia!

DAY 9•BOSTON, MA (B, L, D)

Hailed as the “Cradle of American Independence,”

Boston is filled with historic sites. Boston was America’s

first great city! It is a city every American should visit

at least once. Follow the Freedom Trail, see the site of

the Boston Tea Party, trace the route of Paul Revere’s

famous ride, and see the USS Constitution. Pick a

guided historical tour or explore on your own.

DAY 10•AT SEA (B, L, D)

Enjoy one last day on your ship! Visit the boutiques,

take in a cooking demonstration, finish up your book in

the library and unfortunately, it will be time to pack for

home.

DAY 11•NEW YORK CITY (MANHATTAN OR

BROOKLYN (B)

Disembark our ship this morning after a beautiful cruise

of Canada and New England! Transfer to the airport

for your return flight. OR, ask about an optional NYC 2

night extension.

Please note: Optional excursions are available in each

port and are at an additional cost.

DAY 7•HALIFAX, NS (B, L, D)

The capital of Nova Scotia and the largest city in the

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CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR ADVENTURE

JUN. 9-15, 2020

SEPT. 21-27, 2020

7 DAYS • 13 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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

Excursion

•13 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B);

3 Lunches (L); 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

(June Departure)

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint

(Sept. Departure)

FEATURED HOTELS

•Amtrak (2) – Roomette or

Bedroom

•South Lake Tahoe, CA –

Montbleu Hotel

•San Francisco, CA (3) – Holiday

Inn Express at Fisherman’s Wharf

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

6/9 All of the above plus Luverne,

MN, & Sioux Falls, SD

Call for air from your home city.

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$3, 075 Double, Roomette, pp

$3,485 Double, Bedroom, pp

$3,889 Single, Roomette

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRANSFER TO OMAHA

AMTRAK STATION/BOARD AMTRAK

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) San Francisco, Fisherman’s

Wharf, CA

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$120 PP

$65 PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

BY 2/14 (JUNE)

5/10 (SEPT)

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 close-up 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.

Credit: Amtrak, Phil Gosney

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.

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AMTRAK CITY OF NEW ORLEANS

ADVENTURE

OCT. 24-29, 2020

6 DAYS • 10 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Cabin accommodations on Amtrak

•Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on the

train

•John Hancock Tower

•French Quarter accommodations

for 4 nights

•National WWII Museum

•Creole Country Cooking

Demonstration

•Wetlands and Coastal Environment

Tour

•Whitney Plantation

•Mardi Gras World

•10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Brent Kalemkiarian

FEATURED HOTELS

•Amtrak Accommodations

•New Orleans French Quarter (4)

– Hotel Provincial

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$2,734 Roomette, Double, pp

$2,834 Bedroom, Double, pp

$3,236 Roomette, Single

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•FLY TO CHICAGO/JOHN

HANCOCK TOWER (D)

Get ready for a trip where jazz was created

and the Creole and Cajun lifestyle come to

$100 PP

life in Southern Louisiana. Amtrak’s “City of

$75 PP

BY 5/10

New Orleans” route will take you to one of

the most exciting cities in the country in the

comfort of your own private compartment.

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 a secure glass housing. Board

Amtrak’s iconic “City of New Orleans” train and

enjoy dinner onboard as you start your journey to the

Crescent City. Settle into your private compartment as

you listen to the “wheels rumbling beneath the floor.”

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/NATIONAL

WW II MUSEUM/ CREOLE COOKING

DEMONSTRATION (B, D)

This morning your local guide will take you on a

narrated historical city tour to include an aboveground

cemetery. 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.

Tonight get a real “local” taste of New Orleans at a

cooking demonstration and get the chance to sample

the favorite dishes of Creole country.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

DAY 4•LOUISIANA WETLAND AND COASTAL

ENVIRONMENT TOUR (B, L)

There are so many interesting things you will see and do

today that will put you in touch with the “natural side”

of Louisiana. Start off with a Canjun swamp tour; see

100 year old cypress trees, dugout pirogues, alligators

and other wildlife all the while Captn’ McCully narrates

in his thick Cajun accent. Next, enjoy lunch in a

traditional local Cajun eatery. This afternoon see how

Bayou boats are made at the Center for Louisiana Boat

Building. Make a stop at the Collins Oyster Company

and see how oysters are shucked and hear stories

Credit: Amtrak

about how the Collins Oyster Beds are some of the

best in the state. Finally, visit Chines Cajun Net Shop

and see and hear how Potato Sack Nets are made

and used. The oyster and shrimp industry rely on these

nets for their livelihood. Head back to New Orleans

to relax and enjoy an evening at leisure to explore the

French Quarter.

DAY 5•WHITNEY PLANTATION/PALM COURT

JAZZ CAFÉ (B, D)

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. This evening you are in for a real

treat as we’ll spend the evening at the Palm Court Jazz

Café. The Palm Court Jazz Cafe, housed in an old

French Market warehouse, has become something of a

traditional Jazz Center in New Orleans. The Palm Court

has been providing New Orleans jazz in a casual

atmosphere with live music and fine dining for over 30

years. So get ready for an evening of food and fun at

the Palm Court Jazz Café. It’s a great way to end your

New Orleans trip; you’ll love 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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COLORADO RAILS & ASPEN TRAILS

SEPT. 28 - OCT. 4, 2020

7 DAYS • 11 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Amtrak through the Rockies

•Durango & Silverton Narrow

Gauge Railroad

•Royal Gorge Route Railroad

•New U.S. Olympic Museum

•Pikes Peak Highway Tour

•11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B);

1 Lunch (BL); 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier

FEATURED HOTELS

•Denver, CO – Courtyard by

Marriott

•Grand Junction, CO – Grand

Vista Hotel

•Durango, CO – Hampton Inn

•Canon City, CO – Best Western

•Colorado Springs, CO (2) – Best

Western Plus

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

RATES

$1,774 Double, pp

$2,174 Single

$1,669 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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 THROUGH THE

ROCKIES (B, L, 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

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/U.S.

OLYMPIC MUSEUM/U.S. OLYMPIC TRAINING

CENTER (B)

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. Next, visit the

incredible brand new U.S. Olympic Museum. This

will be the new home of the U.S. Olympic Hall of

Fame, a dynamic tribute to inductees – including

athletes, coaches, leaders and supporters of the

U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movement—and their

compelling stories. The 60,000 square-foot building

will embody the forward-looking values of Team

USA with interactive state-of-the-art exhibits. Then,

visit the actual Olympic Training Center where our

athletes train for the summer games. Overnight (2)

Colorado Springs, CO

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$60 PP

$50 PP

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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 Colorado 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 its 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.

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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

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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 forever.


NEW TOUR

GREAT SOUTHWEST ADVENTURES

FEB. 19 - MAR. 3, 2020

14 DAYS • 24 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Santa Fe Walking Tour

•Lowell Observatory Stargazing

•Sedona Trolley Tour

•Montezuma Castle

•Silver Star Dinner Show

•Organ Stop Pizza

•Phoenix Area Guided Tour

•Desert Botanical Garden

•Old Tucson Studios

•Pima Air & Space Museum

•Boneyard Tour

•White Sands National Monument

•Old Town Albuquerque

•Sandia Peak Aerial Tramway

•24 Meals: 13 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 4 Light Dinners (LD),

6 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Loretta Mills

FEATURED HOTELS

•Denver, CO – Drury Inn

•Santa Fe, NM – Drury Inn Plaza

•Flagstaff, AZ – Drury Inn

•Sedona, AZ – Holiday Inn Express

•Mesa, AZ (4) – Holiday Inn & Suites

•Tucson, AZ (2) – La Posada

Lodge & Casitas

•Alamogordo, NM – Hampton Inn

•Albuquerque, NM – Holiday Inn

Express

•Colorado Springs, CO – Drury Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

OPTIONAL PRICING

Day 8 Options:

#1: Desert Jeep Tour & Picnic $135

#2: Desert Belle Cruise $35

#3: Free time

RATES

$2,935 Double, pp

$3,959 Single

$2,614 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY TO DENVER (LD)

Today we escape the cold winter weather

to a much warmer climate in the Great

Southwest. Your tour director will help you to

get acquainted with your new travel mates

as you travel. Overnight Denver, CO

DAY 2•SANTA FE (B, LD)

Join a walking tour of the Santa Fe Plaza with an expert

local guide who will tell about the history and culture

of Santa Fe. Visit the Loretto Chapel and learn the

fascinating story of the “miracle staircase.” Overnight

Santa Fe, NM

DAY 3•LOWELL OBSERVATORY/STARGAZING (B, LD)

The Lowell Observatory is home to many discoveries

in our universe, including the discovery of Pluto,

moon mapping for the Apollo program to the moon,

and scores of others. See the universe up close with

an evening of telescope viewing through a refractor

telescope. Overnight Flagstaff, AZ

DAY 4•RED ROCKS OF SEDONA/SEDONA

TROLLEY TOUR/TLAQUEPAQUE (B, D)

The infamous red rocks of Sedona will amaze you

today. Experience the city with a narrated trolley

tour. Your unforgettable Sedona experience must

include spending time at the internationally renowned

Tlaquepaque, Sedona Arts & Shopping Village.

Overnight Sedona, AZ

DAY 5•MONTEZUMA CASTLE NATIONAL

MONUMENT/SILVER STAR DINNER SHOW (B, D)

Some of the best-preserved indigenous ruins are

located in the Montezuma Castle National Monument.

Gaze through the windows of the past at the Sinagua

people that lived and prospered in this area. Enjoy

a dinner/show with music at the Silver Star Theater.

Overnight (4) Mesa, AZ

DAY 6•GUIDED TOUR OF PHOENIX AREA/

ORGAN STOP PIZZA (B, D)

Meet Wayne, your step-on guide for the day, as he

shows you the sights of the Phoenix area. The Organ

Stop Pizza Co. is known for its mighty Wurlitzer organ

and their pizza!

DAY 7•HEARD MUSEUM/DESERT BOTANICAL

GARDEN (B)

The Heard Museum sets the standard for collaborating

with American Indian artists and tribal communities to

provide you the art of Native people. Designated as a

“Phoenix Point of Pride,” the Desert Botanical Garden

displays desert flora and fauna.

DAY 8•DAY OF OPTIONS: DESERT JEEP TOUR /

DESERT BELLE CRUISE /FREE TIME (B)

Option 1: Have an experience of a lifetime today on a

Desert Jeep Tour with a licensed desert guide, seeing

the desert up-close and learning of the deserts habitat.

Option 2: The Desert Belle Cruise takes you into the

canyons of Saguaro Lake on pristine waters.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

$75 PP

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Option 3: Take some free time to explore the city on

your own or relax at our hotel. Make your choice

known when placing your reservation.

DAY 9•OLD TUCSON STUDIOS /GASLIGHT

THEATRE (B, L, D)

Visit Old Tucson Studios, one of the most active filming

locations for western-themed movies and shows in

the U.S. Tonight enjoy a rip-roarin’ western themed

melodrama at the Gaslight Theatre. Overnight (2)

Tucson, AZ

DAY 10•SABINO CANYON/PIMA AIR AND

SPACE MUSEUM/THE BONEYARD/TRAIL DUST

TOWN (B, D)

Enjoy a tour of Pima Air and Space Museum, the

largest aircraft boneyard in the world. Visit Sabino

Canyon by trolley and experience a natural desert

oasis in the Coronado National Forest. Be entertained

with a stunt show at Trail Dust Town and chow at the

Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse.

DAY 11•WHITE SANDS NATIONAL MONUMENT (B)

At White Sands National Monument, a step-on ranger

guide will give an up-close look at the pristine white

dunes. You can even take a sled ride down the dunes!

Overnight Alamogordo, NM

DAY 12•ALBUQUERQUE’S OLD TOWN PLAZA (B,

D)

Enjoy free time in Albuquerque’s Old Town Plaza,

the historic portion of the city, with unique shops and

vendors. Enjoy a traditional southwest dinner in the

plaza area. Overnight Albuquerque, NM

DAY 13•SANDIA PEAK AERIAL TRAMWAY (B, LD)

Riding the Sandia Peak Aerial Tram will bring you

morning views of the Albuquerque valley at over

11,000 feet high. Overnight Colorado Springs, CO

DAY 14•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Enjoy the journey home today with remembrances of a

fun escape from winter.

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NEW TOUR

LAS VEGAS & CANYON COUNTRY

FEB. 28 - MAR. 8, 2020

10 DAYS • 16 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Zion National Park

•Accommodations on the Las Vegas

Strip

•City Tour of Las Vegas

•Mob Museum

•Evening Lights Tour

•Grand Canyon Skywalk

•Acoma Pueblo

•U.S. Olympic Training Center

•16 Meals: 9 Breakfasts (B), 1 Box

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

Dinner (LD), 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint

FEATURED HOTELS

•Denver, CO – Springhill Suites

•Richfield, UT – Hampton Inn

•St. George, UT – Holiday Inn

•Las Vegas, NV (3) – Flamingo

•Flagstaff, AZ – Country Inn &

Suites

•Albuquerque, NM – Drury Inn

•Denver, CO – Best Western Plus

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

& Sioux City

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$2,299 Double, pp

$2,779 Single

$2,215 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Embark on a winter escape with Allied Tours

to Las Vegas, Canyon Country, and so much

more. Las Vegas is an exciting destination

and you’ll discover there’s a lot to see and

do other than gambling.

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

Sit back, relax, and let the miles fly by as

your tour director helps you get to know your fellow

travel mates on your way to Denver. Overnight Denver,

CO

DAY 2•TRAVEL ACROSS COLORADO & UTAH (B, D)

Head over the Continental Divide Rocky Mountains as

you make your way across Colorado and Utah. Enter

Canyon Country when you arrive in Richfield. Enjoy

dinner with your new-found travel mates.

Overnight Richfield, UT

DAY 3•ZION NATIONAL PARK (B)

This morning visit Utah’s first national park – Zion

National Park. Take a tram tour through the park and

learn about the rich history of the past along with the

unique array of plants and animals that will enchant

you. Overnight St. George, UT

DAY 4•VALLEY OF FIRE/STAY ON THE LAS VEGAS

STRIP/EVENING AT LEISURE (B, BL)

It’s Las Vegas or bust! This morning arrive at the Valley

of Fire, world-renowned for its 40,000 acres of bright

red Aztec sandstone outcrops nestled in gray and tan

limestone. The Valley of Fire State Park contains ancient

petrified trees and petroglyphs dating back more than

2,000 years. Enjoy a picnic lunch in this beautiful park.

Then, head to the city of neon lights – Las Vegas. After

checking in, you’ll have the afternoon and evening

free to enjoy all the sights and sounds of the Las Vegas

strip as your hotel is centrally located smack dab in

the middle of the strip. You’ll have a Deuce bus pass

to take you anywhere you’d like to go along the strip.

Overnight (3) Las Vegas, NV

DAY 5•CITY TOUR WITH A LOCAL GUIDE/MOB

MUSEUM/OLD LAS VEGAS – FREMONT STREET/

AFTERNOON AND EVENING AT LEISURE (B)

This morning see what’s new on the Las Vegas Strip

with your local guide. View the conservatory at the

Bellagio, have your photo taken at the “Welcome to

Fabulous Las Vegas” sign, and as you travel along the

famous strip, learn about the infamous residents in the

early days. Visit the Mob Museum where the secrets of

the early years of Las Vegas are revealed. Take time

to have lunch before heading back to your hotel for

an afternoon and evening of leisure. You’ll have a bus

pass to take you anywhere you want to go down the

strip.

DAY 6•HOOVER DAM/ETHEL M. CHOCOLATE

FACTORY & BOTANICAL GARDEN/LEISURE

TIME/ EVENING LIGHTS TOUR/HIGH ROLLER

OBSERVATION WHEEL (B)

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$100 PP

$50 PP

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This morning travel to Hoover Dam which was

constructed in the mid-1930s. Walk along the rim of

the dam and view Lake Mead to the north and the

Colorado River Black Canyon to the south. In addition,

take a tour of the massive structure that provides

electricity to more than 8 million people. On your way

back to Las Vegas, stop at the Ethel M. Chocolate

Factory and Botanical Garden for a special sweet treat.

Return to your hotel and enjoy an afternoon at leisure.

This evening get ready for your farewell to Las Vegas

when you see some of the famous old neon signs at the

Neon Museum. Also, visit the lights of Fremont Street,

the Las Vegas Strip, and the Fountains of Bellagio. Take

a ride on the High Roller, the world’s tallest observation

wheel. Soaring 550 feet above the center of the Las

Vegas strip, it’s the world’s tallest observation wheel

with a sweeping 360-degree view of Las Vegas Valley

and the Strip.

DAY 7•LEAVE LAS VEGAS/GRAND CANYON

WEST SKYWALK (B, L)

Bid Las Vegas a fond farewell. But don’t worry; we’ve

got more in store for you today. Cross the Colorado River

and enter Arizona – home to the Grand Canyon. Enter

the Hualapai Indian Reservation, home to the Skywalk.

Walk on the glass bridge looking down into the canyon,

see the Eagle Rock formation, and ride the shuttle to view

points along the rim. Overnight Flagstaff, AZ

DAY 8•ACOMA PUEBLO (B, L, LD)

Take the morning to sit back, relax and visit with your

fellow travel mates about the fun sights in Las Vegas

and your incredible experience at the Grand Canyon.

An authentic Native American cultural experience

awaits when you visit Acoma Pueblo, otherwise

known as Sky City. The Acoma Pueblo is the oldest

continuously-inhabited Native American settlement in

North America. Overnight Albuquerque, NM

DAY 9•U.S. OLYMPIC TRAINING CENTER (B, D)

As you make your way to Denver, stop at the U.S.

Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs. The

training center provides housing, dining, and training

facilities for the more than 500 athletes and coaches

that train there at any one time. Explore the U.S.

Olympic Hall of Fame and take time to browse the U.S.

Olympic Store for souvenirs. Overnight Denver, CO

DAY 10•TRAVEL HOME (B)

It’s time to head home after an exciting trip to Las

Vegas, Canyon Country and the Southwest.

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LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ADVENTURE

JUNE 20-26, 2020

7 DAYS • 11 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Getty Center

•Reagan Presidential Library

•Warner Bros. Studio Tour

•Rodeo Drive

•Chinatown

•Beverly Hills

•Santa Monica Pier

•Griffith Observatory

•A day in Santa Barbara

•11 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

DeEtta Mayrose

FEATURED HOTELS

•Glendale, CA (6) – Embassy

Suites

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$2,899 Double, pp

$3,549 Single

$2,699 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Come and explore Southern California with

Allied Tour on a comprehensive visit to Los

Angeles with a full day in Hollywood! See

the Reagan Presidential Library, the J. Paul

Getty Museum, Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica

Pier and so much more.

NEW TOUR

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

Board your flight for a swift trip to Los Angeles, landing

at the Burbank airport, a much less crowded facility

than LAX, plus you are only 10 minutes from your hotel!

Tonight, join your new-found travel friends for a getacquainted

dinner. Overnight (6) Glendale, CA

DAY 2•GETTY CENTER/RONALD REAGAN

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY/EVENING AT LEISURE (B, L)

This morning visit the Getty Center that sits high atop

the Santa Monica Mountains overlooking Los Angeles.

This beautiful facility and its architecture are a feast for

the eyes, not counting the priceless art displayed here.

The garden lies at the heart of the Getty Center. A stroll

provides an extraordinary experience of sights, sounds,

and smell.

Then, head over to the Ronald Reagan Presidential

Library and Museum; perched on a mountaintop

with sweeping views of the surrounding mountains,

valleys, and the Pacific Ocean. See all the artifacts and

documents that represent President Reagan’s 8 years in

the White House along with Air Force One. Then, head

back to the hotel after a great day of sightseeing for an

evening of leisure.

DAY 3•WARNER BROS. STUDIO TOUR/LOCAL

EXPERT GUIDED TOUR OF HOLLYWOOD/

STAR WALK ON HOLLYWOOD BLVD/TOUR THE

HOLLYWOOD BOWL (B)

This morning get an inside look at how movies are

made at Warner Bros. Studio. Your extensive tour will

take you to the back lot where so many of your favorite

movies have been filmed. Then, our local expert guide

will take us on a tour of the Hollywood area to include

the Grauman's Chinese Theatre, the Star Walk on

Hollywood Blvd., and finally tour the Hollywood Bowl

where some of the most prestigious groups and artists

have performed.

DAY 4•PROFESSIONAL LOCAL GUIDE ALL DAY/

LA BREA TAR PITS & MUSEUM/L.A. FARMERS

MARKET/PETERSEN AUTOMOTIVE MUSEUM/

RODEO DRIVE/BEVERLY HILLS/SANTA MONICA

PIER (B, D)

Your local expert guide will be with you to tell you

about the history of the Los Angeles area and help us

navigate the maze of Southern California. This morning

visit the gateway back to the ice age right in the heart

of L.A. at the La Brea Tar Pits Museum. Then, you can’t

come to Los Angeles without going to The Original

Farmers Market, established in 1934. With over 150

vendors and eating establishments, you will have so

much fun browsing and shopping. This afternoon visit

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$50 PP

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Petersen Automotive Museum and discover some of

the most iconic and rare cars, motorcycles and trucks

spanning over 120 years of automotive history. Your

local expert guide will take you on a tour of Rodeo

Drive and Beverly Hills (stars homes are inaccessible).

We’ll finish the day at the Santa Monica Pier, home

to the “end sign” of iconic Route 66. Enjoy dinner at

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and take time to stroll this Los

Angeles landmark.

DAY 5•PROFESSIONAL GUIDE ALL DAY/GRIFFITH

PARK OBSERVATORY/AUTRY MUSEUM OF THE

AMERICAN WEST/ CHINATOWN/SKYSPACE LA/

OLVERA STREET (B, L)

Today our local expert guide will be with us all day,

providing interesting information on the rich culture of

Los Angeles. The first stop is the Autry Museum of the

American West where you’ll discover the art, history,

and cultures of the American West. By now you have

worked up an appetite and you can’t visit Los Angeles

without an In-N-Out Burger. That’s right, we’ll stop

at In-N-Out Burger so you can have one of their

iconic burger and fries. Then, head over to the Griffith

Observatory – Southern California’s gateway to the

cosmos! It’s here you can look through telescopes, see

floor exhibits or a live show, and enjoy spectacular

views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood sign. Our

guide will then take us to Chinatown with all its color

and excitement before heading over to Skyspace

LA; enjoy L.A.’s unparalleled 360-degree view from

California’s tallest open-air observation terrace.

Next, visit Olvera Street known as the “Birthplace of

Los Angeles.” Olvera Street was created in 1930 to

“preserve and present customs and trades of early

California.”

DAY 6•A DAY IN SANTA BARBARA/SCENIC

HIGHWAY 101 (B, D)

After having spent five days in the city, it’s time to head

out of town and drive on the beautiful Pacific Coast

Highway, otherwise known as Highway 1, to Santa

Barbara. Upon arrival, take a coastal catamaran cruise

to enjoy the beautiful coastline from a different vantage

point. A local guide will take us on a historical tour to

include Mission Santa Barbara. End your day with your

travel mates with a delightful dinner on the waterfront in

Santa Barbara.

DAY 7•FLY HOME (B)

It’s time to head home after a comprehensive tour of the

Los Angeles area and Southern California. Recall all

the fond members as you fly away home.

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YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL

PARK & THE GRAND TETONS

JUNE 22-29, 2020

8 DAYS • 12 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Big Horn Mountains

•Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue

•Yellowstone National Park

•Old Faithful & More Yellowstone

Sights

•Grand Teton National Park

•Jenny Lake Cruise

•Jackson Hole, WY

•Independence Rock

•National Historic Trails Interpretive

Center

•12 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist

FEATURED HOTELS

•Torrington, WY - Holiday Inn

Express

•Cody, WY – Comfort Inn at

Buffalo Bill Resort

•West Yellowstone, MT (2) -

Yellowstone Lodge

•Jackson, WY – 49’er Inn

•Casper, WY – Hilton Garden Inn

•Cheyenne, WY – Little America

Resort

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

RATES

$1,959 Double, pp

$2,599 Single

$1,749 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/DINNER (D)

Join us as we venture to two beautiful

National Parks of the Northern Rocky

Mountains of our country. Get to know

your fellow travelers at dinner this evening.

Overnight Torrington, WY

NEW TOUR

DAY 2•TRAVEL THROUGH BIG HORN

MOUNTAINS/CODY/DAN MILLER COWBOY

DINNER/SHOW (B,D)

Breathtaking vistas and snow-capped peaks of the Big

Horn Mountains will awe you as we travel west. Our

destination today is Cody, Wyoming, named after

Buffalo Bill Cody. Tonight, we are off to dinner at the

Dan Miller’s Cowboy Music Revue and dinner at the

infamous Irma Hotel. Overnight Cody, WY

DAY 3•BUFFALO BILL HISTORICAL CENTER/OLD

FAITHFUL GEYSER (B, D)

Visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Center of the West,

depicting the life of Buffalo Bill Cody. After lunch, travel

to the world’s first national park - Yellowstone National

Park. Old Faithful geyser is the most well known of all

the geysers. We will have dinner at the Old Faithful

Lodge Cafeteria. Overnight (2) West Yellowstone, MT

DAY 4•YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (B)

Today you will want to take along your camera,

binoculars and walking shoes as we are off to visit

several sites in Yellowstone National Park. Among the

beautiful attractions, we will be stopping to view and

take pictures are Mammoth Hot Springs, Tower Fall,

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and others as time

allows.

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$70 PP

$50 PP

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DAY 5•GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK/JENNY

LAKE CRUISE/JACKSON, WY (B, L)

An adventuresome day is ahead of you as you

discover Grand Teton National Park. A picture-perfect

setting, you will want to capture the scenes of reflective

mountains mirrored in Jenny Lake in your memory while

cruising on the lake. Soak in the scenery as you dine

on a scrumptious lunch at Dornan’s. Wildlife thrives in

the protected habitat of the river shores and the Teton

Range, so keep your eyes open! Tonight discover

Jackson on your own. Overnight Jackson, WY

DAY 6•INDEPENDENCE ROCK (B)

Travel across Wyoming through the Wind River

Mountains and trace the trail of the early pioneers on

the Oregon Trail. Gaze on the spot they hoped to make

by the 4th of July leaving their inscription on the huge

granite rock, Independence Rock, a testament to their

fortitude and determination. Overnight Casper, WY

BY 2/14

Credit: The Buffalo Bill Center of the West, Cody,

Wyoming, USA.

DAY 7•NATIONAL HISTORIC TRAILS

INTERPRETIVE CENTER (B, D)

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center

describes the Oregon, California, Mormon and Pony-

Express Trails with eight different galleries. Learn about

the trek west for many pioneers and emigrants through

this hands-on adventure. Overnight Cheyenne, WY

DAY 8•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Travel home today with great memories of the state of

Wyoming. Say goodbye to your new Allied friends of

the last few days.

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PACIFIC NORTHWEST GRANDEUR

JUL. 13-25, 2020

13 DAYS • 19 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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)

Tour Director -

Loretta Mills

FEATURED HOTELS

•Cheyenne, WY – Little America Resort

•Jackson, WY – 49-er Inn

•Twin Falls, ID – La Quinta Inn & Suites

•Hermiston, OR – Holiday Inn Express

•Vancouver, WA – DoubleTree

•Renton, WA (3) – Hilton Garden Inn

•Spokane, WA – Centennial Hotel

•Wallace, ID – Wallace Inn

•Billings, MT – Hilton Garden Inn

•Rapid City, SD – Country Inn & Suites

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

OPTIONAL PRICING

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 Day

- $219 (passport required)

#2: Olympic National Park Day - $245

#3: Mt. Rainier tour - $245

#4: Free time in Seattle

Day 10 Options:

#1: Silver Streak Zipline - $80

#2: 6th Street Melodrama - $15

(evening option)

RATES

$2,799 Double, pp

$3,815 Single

$2,509 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

You’re bound for the breathtaking scenery of

the Pacific Northwest! Begin this adventure

by meeting fellow travelers at the Get-

Acquainted Dinner. Overnight Cheyenne,

WY

DAY 2• JACKSON HOLE/OPTIONS (B)

The Grand Teton Mountains form the background at

your 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 an 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 you 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, take an in-depth look at

the hardships endured along the Oregon Trail. Follow

the Oregon Trail to your overnight stay. Overnight

Hermiston, OR

DAY 5•COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE/COLUMBIA

RIVER INTERPRETIVE CENTER/MULTNOMAH FALLS

(B, L)

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)

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

PLACE MARKET/BOEING FACTORY TOUR (B, D)

A guided city tour shows Seattle up close including the

Space Needle and Pike Place Market. A tour of the

Boeing Factory shows airplanes being built up-close.

DAY 8•CHOOSE YOUR OPTION TODAY! (B)

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

Gardens – Take an early morning jet boat through the

San Juan Islands to Victoria, BC. This option includes

cruise, tour of Victoria & fabulous Butchart Gardens,

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breakfast box & light dinner box. Passport required.

Option #2: Olympic National Park Day: A ferry takes

you across Puget Sound to the Olympic Peninsula

where you explore the moss-draped forest, azure

lakes and striking mountains of the park, includes light

breakfast and lunch. Option #3: Mount Rainier – Learn

about the geological forces, the cultural history and the

native properties of the mountain. Option #4: Free time

in Seattle.

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 you 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 you. At the

Smokejumpers Base Aerial Fire Depot in Missoula,

learn firsthand accounts of firefighting and smoke

jumping. Overnight Billings, MT

DAY 12•BUCKSKIN COAL MINE TOUR/MT.

RUSHMORE LIGHTING CEREMONY (B, D)

Visit the Buckskin 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 the Pacific Northwest trip will linger

as you head home.

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OREGON COAST &

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

AUG. 3-16, 2020

14 DAYS • 22 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Jackson Hole Chuckwagon Dinner

•Craters of the Moon Nat'l Monument

•Idaho State Capitol

•Crater Lake

•Oregon Coastal Drive

•Heceta Head Lighthouse

•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

•Ivinson Mansion

•22 Meals: 13 Breakfasts (B),

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

4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Cheyenne, WY – Little America

•Jackson, WY - 49’er Inn

•Mountain Home, ID – Hampton Inn

•Bend, OR – Sleep Inn

•Eugene, OR – Holiday Inn Express

•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

•Winnemucca, NV –Quality Inn

•Salt Lake City, UT – Holiday Inn Exp.

•Laramie, WY – Holiday Inn

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DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Lincoln, Council Bluffs,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City & Orange City

RATES

$3,324 Double, pp

$4,307 Single

$3,024 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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 chuckwagon

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•IDAHO STATE CAPITOL (B)

Idaho’s capitol building is the state’s most treasured

building. See where laws have been passed for

about 100 years within its beautiful sandstone walls.

Overnight, Bend, OR

DAY 5•CRATER LAKE (B)

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•GIANT DUNE BUGGY RIDE/HECETA HEAD

LIGHTHOUSE (B, D)

Head to the Oregon Coast today and take a view of

the Heceta Head Lighthouse. Situated 205 feet above

the Pacific Ocean, the Heceta Head Lighthouse beacon

is considered the strongest light on the Oregon Coast.

Feel the sea breezes in your face as you travel in a

Giant Dune Buggy on Oregon’s Sand Dunes, trails and

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

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TOUR (B, BL)

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

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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)

Benziger Winery in Sonoma Valley’s wine country is

your destination today for a winery tram tour & tasting.

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 of Harrah’s

Hotels and Casinos. Overnight Winnemucca, NV

DAY 12•BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS/SALT LAKE CITY

FREE TIME (B, L)

Travel through the high desert of Nevada, Wendover

and the Bonneville Salt Flats. Tonight’s downtown

Salt Lake City hotel gives you the opportunity to walk

to Temple Square for time on your own and photo

opportunities. Overnight Salt Lake City, UT

DAY 13•IVINSON MANSION (B, D)

Your evening in Laramie begins with a tour of the

Ivinson Mansion, the home of Edward Ivinson and

his wife Jane, who were prominent early settlers of

Laramie, once located in Dakota Territory. Learn of his

contributions to Laramie in its early years. 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 friends.


NEW ITINERARY

CANYONLANDS SPLENDOR

SEPT. 9-18, 2020

10 DAYS • 17 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Colorado National Monument

•Arches National Park Guided Tour

•Moab Riverboat Cruise

•Canyonlands Natl Park Guided Tour

•Capitol Reef National Park

•Bryce Canyon National Park

•Zion National Park Guided Tram Tour

•Glen Canyon National Recreation Area

•Lake Powell Cruise

•Durango & Silverton Train

•Black Canyon National Park

•Royal Gorge Bridge

•17 meals: 9 Breakfasts (B),

4 Lunches (L), 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

FEATURED HOTELS

•Fort Morgan, CO – Comfort Inn &

Suites

•Moab, UT (2) – Fairfield Inn

•Bryce Canyon, UT – Ruby’s Inn

•Page, AZ– Lake Powell Resort

•Cortez, CO – Baymont Inn

•Montrose, CO – Holiday Inn Exp

•Colorado Springs, CO – Academy

Hotel

•Colby, KS – Holiday Inn Express

OPTIONAL PRICING

Day 3 Options:

#1: Moab Sunrise Hummer Tour -

$99 pp

Day 10 Options:

#1: Ride the Pikes Peak Hwy to the

Summit – $85 pp

#2: Seven Falls – $15 pp

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln, Grand

Island, Norfolk, Columbus, Sioux City,

Sioux Falls, SD, & Luverne, MN

RATES

$2,589 Double, pp

$3,295 Single

$2,369 Triple, pp

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for a pre-departure overnight stay

in Sioux City, IA

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

Travel towards the southwestern portion

of the United States to see beautiful vistas,

overlooks, and mountains. Overnight Fort

Morgan, CO

DAY 2•COLORADO NATIONAL

MONUMENT (B, D)

We journey through Colorado’s Rocky Mountains

today. Colorado National Monument preserves one of

the grand landscapes of the American West. Rim Rock

drive shows us views of red rock canyon panorama

and spires. Overnight (2) Moab, UT

DAY 3•ARCHES NATIONAL PARK/

CANYONLANDS NATIONAL PARK/“UN-WINED

AND DINE” RIVER CRUISE/MORNING OPTION -

HUMMER SAFARI (B, L, D)

Among the red rock canyons, spires and balancing

rocks around Moab lays Arches National Park, which

contains the largest number of natural stone arches in

the country. A knowledgeable guide will enlighten you

about their formation as we drive through the park.

Our guide will also join you for a drive to Canyonlands

National Park and Dead Horse Point. UnWine’d and

Dine Boat Cruise this evening with entertainment on

a lazy river cruise. Morning option: Depart at sunrise

for a guided Moab Hummer Safari - Hell's Revenge

Trail. Venture to the top of seldom-seen, awe-inspiring

overlooks. View ancient Indian ruins and writings.

Return in time to join the day’s activities with a new

feeling of freedom and unforgettable memories.

DAY 4•BRYCE CANYON/CAPITOL REEF

NATIONAL PARK (B, L)

En route to Bryce Canyon, drive through Capitol Reef

National Park. A sunset tour of Bryce Canyon National

Park enhances the vivid colors and stunning rock

formations of the canyon. Overnight Bryce Canyon, UT

DAY 5•ZION NATIONAL PARK (B)

The incredible scenery continues at Zion National Park

on a tram tour of the park. Overnight Page, AZ

DAY 6•LAKE POWELL/FOUR CORNERS (B, L)

Explore Lake Powell with a cruise through scenic

Antelope Canyon. On your way to Colorado today,

take a brief stop in Kayenta, AZ and discover the

Navajo Code Talkers and how they assisted in the

win of World War II with their language used as a

secret code. A brief photo stop at Four Corners depicts

the only location in the U.S. where four states meet.

Overnight Cortez, CO

DAY 7•SILVERTON DURANGO 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 you to the “Switzerland of

America,” Ouray, CO. Overnight Montrose, CO

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DAY 8•BLACK CANYON OF THE GUNNISON

NATIONAL MONUMENT/ROYAL GORGE BRIDGE

(B)

More wondrous scenery unfolds at the Black Canyon

of the Gunnison National Park. From the Royal Gorge

Bridge & Park, you’ll gaze at the river meandering

through the canyon far below. Overnight Colorado

Springs, CO

DAY 9•PIKES PEAK OR SEVEN FALLS OPTIONS/

GARDEN OF THE GODS (B, L)

You have two options to choose from today. Option1:

travel to the 14,100-foot summit of Pikes Peak on a

4-hour round trip by minibus or van. Option 2: visit

Seven Falls and view the seven elevation drops of

water from a viewing platform or climb the 448 stairs

to the top! Lunch will be hosted by Garden of the Gods

Trading Post. Overnight Colby, KS

DAY 10•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Return home captivated by the magnificent beauty of

our nation’s Canyonlands splendor!

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ALBUQUERQUE BALLOON FIESTA

OCT. 3-10, 2020

8 DAYS • 14 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•2 Mass Ascensions at the Balloon

Fiesta

•Evening Balloon Glowdeo

•Local Expert Guides in Santa Fe &

Albuquerque

•Visit an Actual Pueblo (not on any

other tour)

•Cumbres & Toltec Steam Train

Excursion

•Overnight in Santa Fe

•14 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

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

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint

FEATURED HOTELS

•Denver, CO – Drury Inn

•Alamosa, CO – Holiday Inn Exp

•Santa Fe, NM – Best Western Plus

•Albuquerque, NM (3) –

Courtyard by Marriott

•Denver, CO – Best Western Plus

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

RATES

$2,089 Double, pp

$2,759 Single

$1,919 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1• TRAVEL DAY (LD)

Board your “Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta”

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•NEW U.S. OLYMPIC MUSEUM

(B, D)

Today get the chance to tour the brand new, 90 million

dollar U.S. Olympic Museum in Colorado Springs.

The world-class attraction seeks to showcase the entire

journey of the games from birth in ancient Olympia

to current Team USA hopefuls living and training in

Colorado Springs every day. It will be incredible!

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,

NM

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. Also visit 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 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.

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

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New Olympic Museum

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•TRAVEL DAY (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. Overnight

Denver, 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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PELLA TULIP FESTIVAL

MAY 7-9, 2020

3 DAYS • 5 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Mystery Sights

•All day at Pella Tulip Festival

•Madison County Memories Tour

•5 Meals: 2 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches (L), 1 Dinner (D)

Tour Director -

Vonis Schroeder

FEATURED HOTELS

•Mystery Town, IA

•Des Moines, IA – Wildwood

Lodge

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

RATES

$559 Double, pp

$645 Single

$529 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

NEW TOUR

MYSTERY TOUR

Featuring a Mystery

Destination

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•MYSTERY DESTINATION (L, D)

We have a fun day in store when you visit a mystery

destination we have personally selected for you. We

promise a fun and interesting visit. Overnight Mystery

Town, IA

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

guaranteed). Overnight Des Moines, IA

DAY 3•MADISON COUNTY 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

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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

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•We guarantee a fun time

•Quality Accommodations

•8 Meals: 3 Breakfasts (B), 2 Lunches (L);

3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Eileen Toussaint

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

RATES

$1,064 Double, pp

$1,227 Single

$1,048 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1-4

We searched and searched for an idea to

make travel new and innovative for you.

If you take a chance with us, we promise

to provide an exciting travel experience

to destinations unknown. We have

personally selected all of the attractions.

So, be brave, take a chance with us, and

we promise you a memorable vacation.

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MACKINAC ISLAND LILACS

JUNE 13-20, 2020

8 DAYS • 12 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Spend the Night at the Grand

Hotel with Breakfast, Lunch &

Dinner

•Ford F-150 Truck Factory Tour

•Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield

Village

•Celebration Belle Dinner Cruise

•Kalamazoo Air Zoo

•Frederik Meijer Garden

•12 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

1 Lunch (L); 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Loretta Mills

FEATURED HOTELS

•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Mackinaw City, MI – Hamilton Inn

•Mackinac Island, MI – Grand Hotel

•Frankenmuth, MI – Springhill Suites

•Dearborn, MI – Best Western

•Kalamazoo, MI – Four Points by

Sheraton

•Moline, IL – Stoney Creek

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$2,049 Double, pp

$2,587 Single

$1,949 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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

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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 Moline, 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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NEW TOUR

AMISH BACK ROADS

JUNE 22-27, 2020

6 DAYS • 10 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Starved Rock Lodge

•Shipshewana Flea Market

•Josiah for President! Dinner Theater

•Jayco RV Factory tour

•Amish area step-on guide

•Amish cheese farm, bakery,

woodworking & more

•Amish Thrashers Supper

•Buggy ride with Amish driver

•Amish Quilt Gardens

•Murder Mystery Lunch and Mystery

Stop

•Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

•10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

2 Lunches (L), 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Peru, IL – Holiday Inn Express

•Shipshewana, IN (3) – Blue

Gate Inn

•Moline, IL – Stoney Creek Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Orange City

RATES

$1,349 Double, pp

$1,695 Single

$1,249 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Plus the Shipshewana

Flea Market

DAY 1•STARVED ROCK LODGE (D)

$50 PP

BY 2/14

Board the motor coach for a six-day escape

to Indiana Amish country for a slower

paced adventure in the Amish town of

Shipshewana and the neighboring Amish communities.

Tonight you will enjoy a scrumptious dinner at Starved

Rock Lodge. Overnight Peru, IL

DAY 2•SHIPSHEWANA FLEA MARKET/"JOSIAH

FOR PRESIDENT" DINNER THEATRE (B, D)

A short drive into Indiana brings you to the beautiful,

slower than normal pace, community of Shipshewana,

IN. Spend the afternoon at the ever-popular

Shipshewana Flea Market. With nearly 700 open aired

booths, you will be able to find bargains on anything

from clothing, home decor, produce, plants, books,

crafts, tools, beauty supplies and so much more! Check

into the Blue Gate Inn for your three-night stay right

across from the Flea Market grounds. Then off to the

dinner theater production for the evening…Josiah for

President…an Amish story that you will love! Overnight

(3) Shipshewana, IN

DAY 3•STEP-ON GUIDED TOUR/THRASHERS

SUPPER/AMISH BUGGY RIDE (B, D)

Explore the Amish countryside with an experienced

guide to discover the old order Amish lifestyle. See

Deutsch country markets that make noodles, woodworking,

cheese making, bakery and quilting. Even visit

an Amish camel farm! Then load up the horse-drawn

buggies and head to an Amish home for a Thrasher’s

supper!

DAY 4•STEP-ON GUIDED TOUR OF COUNTY/

AMISH QUILT GARDENS/KRIDER WORLD’S FAIR

GARDENS (B)

Join our step-on guide for another day of sight-seeing

around the county. Tour the Jayco RV Manufacturing

Factory, and learn how the RV industry changed the

Amish world and how the Amish have joined in. The

Old Bag Factory tells the story of “bagology” and the

history of making shopping bags. Learn about Amish

cabinetry in Nappanee. The Quilt Gardens will be in

full bloom so enjoy their beauty! The Krider Nursery

was developed for the 1934 World’s Fair. The quaint

walking paths, waterfalls, ponds, and beautiful quilt

gardens are all part of this beautiful landscape.

DAY 5•MURDER MYSTERY LUNCHEON (B, L)

Depart Amish country today. Enjoy a unique Murder

Mystery Luncheon – and of course, it’s a mystery!

Along with this Murder Mystery, you will visit a local

establishment to finish off the mystery! Have fun solving

the murder! Overnight Moline, IL

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$50 PP

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DAY 6•HERBERT HOOVER PRESIDENTIAL

LIBRARY/TRAVEL HOME (B, L)

A stop at the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

in West Branch, Iowa tells us the story of our 31st

president. Say good-bye to your Allied friends today.

Enjoy the rolling hills of Iowa as you travel through the

state.

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NEW TOUR

WISCONSIN WONDERS

AUG. 1-7, 2020

7 DAYS • 13 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•House on the Rock

•Mid-Continent Railway Museum

and Train Ride

•Paul Bunyans Cook Shanty &

Lumberjack Show

•Upper Dells Cruise

•Tommy Bartlett Show

•Old World Wisconsin

•Apple Holler

•Civil War Museum

•Case IH Factory Tour

•SC Johnson Factory Tour

•Wind Point Lighthouse

•Lake Geneva Mailboat Cruise

•Lake Geneva Dancing Horses

Dinner/Theatre

•13 Meals: 6 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch, (L), 6 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier

DAY 1•BREITBACH’S COUNTRY

DINING (D)

Today you are headed to the beautiful

mid-western state of Wisconsin. As you

$70 PP

travel through the fertile farmland of Iowa,

$50 PP

BY 2/14

enjoy getting to know your Allied travel

mates for the next few days. Dinner delights

at Breitbach’s Country Dining, Iowa’s

oldest existing restaurant, being in the family for six

generations. Find out the history of this special location

as it even served as a stagecoach stop.

Overnight Dubuque, IA

DAY 2•HOUSE ON THE ROCK/MID-CONTINENT

RAILWAY MUSEUM/PAUL BUNYAN COOK

SHANTY & LUMBERJACK SHOW (B, D)

Spring Green is home to the ever famous House on

the Rock. Built by Alex Jordan in 1945 for his retreat,

Mr. Jordan selected a rocky ledge on which to build

his home. It evolved into a home to include displays

of the unimaginable, the exotic and the amazing – all

incorporated into this House on the Rock. The Mid-

Continent Railway Museum offers displays of vintage

railroad cars and engines. Enjoy a train ride through

the Wisconsin countryside to reminisce about by-gone

days. This evening you are on to Wisconsin Dells and

Paul Bunyans Shanty and Dells Lumberjack Show.

Overnight (2) Wisconsin Dells, WI

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FEATURED HOTELS

•Dubuque, IA – Hampton Inn

•Wisconsin Dells, WI (2) – BW

Ambassador Inn

•Racine, WI – Holiday Inn Express

•Lake Geneva area, WI (2) –

Holiday Inn Express

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$1,649 Double, pp

$2,089 Single

$1,529 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 3•WISCONSIN DELLS CRUISE/TOMMY

BARTLETT WATER SHOW/CHEESE HOUSE (B, D)

A Dells Boat Tour is a beautiful journey through natural

scenery, history, legend and mystery of the Wisconsin

Dells in just about every way imaginable. The Tommy

Bartlett Show is one of the Midwest's most-loved family

shows and it revs up the action as the celebrated

Tommy Bartlett water-ski team struts its stuff on Lake

Delton. A stop at a Wisconsin Cheese House will give

you a chance to purchase some Wisconsin cheese.

DAY 4•OLD WORLD WISCONSIN/CIVIL WAR

MUSEUM/APPLE HOLLER (B, D)

Old World Wisconsin showcases life for the early

immigrants to Wisconsin. Travel in time from the 1840s

to the 1910s and learn hands-on history. Situated on

the shore of Lake Michigan, the Civil War Museum

is like no other Civil War museum in the nation. The

museum focuses from the perspective of the seven

upper Midwestern states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,

Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin and how

the war impacted the people back on the home front.

Apple Holler will treat us to a wagon ride of their apple

and peach orchards and dinner. Overnight Racine, WI

DAY 5•CASE IH FACTORY TOUR/SC JOHNSON

PLANT TOUR/WIND POINT LIGHTHOUSE (B, D)

Get a behind the scenes look at how the red Case IH

Magnum series tractors are built. See a tractor being

built from the ground up! Then on to the SC Johnson

Plant to see how this family-owned company is a

leader in the manufacturing of household cleaners, air

care products, shoe care products, pest control, and

more. Learn about the long-held friendship between the

SC Johnson Company and the architect, Frank Lloyd

Wright. Their corporate office building, a Frank Lloyd

Wright architecture style, built in 1939, is one of the

top 25 buildings of the 20th century. The Wind Point

Lighthouse stands at 108 feet tall and is listed on the

National Register of Historic Places. Its light has been

shining for 140 years. Overnight (2) Lake Geneva, WI

DAY 6•LAKE GENEVA MAILBOAT CRUISE/

DANCING HORSES THEATER (B, L, D)

There are only a handful of places left in the country

where mail is still delivered by boat and none with a

more exciting and scenic tour than the Lake Geneva

Mailboat cruise. With over 100 years of service, the

mail is still delivered to the homes around Lake Geneva

by mail boat. Watch these entertaining young mail

deliverers as they leap from boat to dock and back

while the boat is moving – all while you enjoy the

beauty of scenic Lake Geneva. The Dancing Horses

Theatre displays equestrian artistry by several breeds of

horses and their trainers. You will be amazed.

DAY 7•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Travel home today with wonderful Wisconsin Wonders

memories. Say good-bye to your Allied travel friends.

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MACKINAC ISLAND

& DOOR COUNTY

SEPT. 12-20, 2020

9 DAYS • 15 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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 -

Elaine DeJong

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

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$100 PP

$50 PP

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FEATURED HOTELS

•Dubuque, IA – Holiday Inn Exp.

•Sturgeon Bay, WI (2) – Bridgeport

Waterfront Resort

•Mackinaw City, MI – Hamilton Inn

•Mackinac Island, MI – Grand Hotel

•Traverse City, MI – Bayshore Resort

•Holland, MI – Best Western Plus

•Davenport, IA – Hampton Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, Des Moines, &

Orange City

RATES

$2,229 Double, pp

$2,889 Single

$2,089 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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 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 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

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 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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MISSISSIPPI RIVER CRUISE

& CRANBERRY COUNTRY

SEPT. 29-OCT. 2, 2020

4 DAYS • 9 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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

FEATURED HOTELS

•Onalaska, WI (2) – Stoney

Creek Inn

•Dubuque, IA – Hotel Julien

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$1,045 Double, pp

$1,215 Single

$1,009 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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

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$35 PP

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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.

BRANSON U.S.A.

OCT. 15-18, 2020

4 DAYS • 6 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•6 Outstanding Shows

•Dinners both Buffet & Plated

•Quality Accommodations

•Good Seating at Shows

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

•Tour Director - Verla Youngquist

FEATURED HOTEL

•Branson, MO (3) – Barrington Hotel

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

RATES

$889 Double, pp

$1,046 Single

$858 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL TO BRANSON (D)

•Sinatra & Friends

Overnight (3) Branson, MO

$25 PP

DAY 2•BRANSON SHOW & THE

BY 5/10

GREAT PASSION PLAY (B, D)

•Irish Tenors & Celtic Ladies

•Eureka Springs: The Great Passion Play,

Holy Land Tour, Bible Museum, Christ of the Ozarks

Statue, Parables from a Potter

DAY 3•BRANSON SHOWS (B, D)

•Yakov Smirnoff

•Celebration Belle Dinner Cruise

•Noah at Sight & Sound Theater

DAY 4•TRAVEL HOME (B)

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NEW TOUR

LADIES ONLY DOOR COUNTY

OCT. 5-9, 2020

5 DAYS • 8 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Mystery Tour Stop

•Kristmas Kringle Shoppe

•Door Peninsula Winery

•Sturgeon Bay Shops

•Peninsula State Park

•Historic Fish Creek DT Shops

•Eagle Bluff Lighthouse

•Peninsula Players Theater

•Mt. Horeb Shops & Trolls

•Fenlon Place Elevator

•Dubuque Progressive Dinner

•8 Meals: 4 Breakfasts (B),

4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

DeEtta Mayrose

FEATURED HOTELS

•Madison, WI – Holiday Inn Exp

•Sturgeon Bay, WI (2) – Best

Western Maritime Inn

•Dubuque, IA – Julien Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$1,249 Double, pp

$1,499 Single

$1,165 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/MYSTERY STOP (D)

This will be a great trip for girlfriends,

mothers, daughters, granddaughters, BFF’s.

. . you get the idea! Spend quality time with

the gals you love as we enjoy shopping,

sights, good food and fellowship. Travel

to Madison, WI today with a Mystery Stop

along the way. Overnight Madison, WI

DAY 2•KRISTMAS KRINGLE SHOPPE/STURGEON

BAY/DOOR PENINSULA WINERY (B, D)

On the way to Door County, we stop at Fond Du

Lac where we are welcomed at the Kristmas Kringle

Shoppe, a two-story Bavarian-style shop with gifts,

animated figures and imported ornaments. Arrival into

Sturgeon Bay this afternoon will give us time to stroll

along Madison Avenue with it’s antique and vintage

stores. Door Peninsula Winery is a perfect end to our

afternoon. Overnight (2) Sturgeon Bay, WI

DAY 3•PENINSULA STATE PARK/EAGLE BLUFF

LIGHTHOUSE/FISH BOIL/PENINSULA PLAYERS

THEATER (B, D)

We are off to explore Door County. Enjoy the morning

in Fish Creek, known as the most walkable Historic

Downtown of Door County. Driving thru Peninsula State

Park will showcase the beauty of the area plus tour

Eagle Bluff Lighthouse. The Old Post Office Restaurant

hosts us this evening for a traditional Wisconsin Fish

Boil. Round out the day with a performance at the

Peninsula Players Theater set in the beautiful woods of

Door County. Show TBA.

DAY 4•MT. HOREB/FENLON PLACE ELEVATOR/

PROGRESSIVE DINNER (B, D)

It’s time to leave Door County and travel back across

Wisconsin. We break for lunch in charming Downtown

Mt. Horeb, the home of the Trolls. Enjoy a little time to

visit a few shops and get a bite to each before we take

a drive by some of the famous Troll Statues throughout

the town. Continuing on to Dubuque, we’ll take in the

fall foliage and other sights from the top of the bluff as

we ride the Fenlon Place Elevator, the shortest, steepest,

scenic railway in the world. A progressive dinner takes

us through three of Dubuque’s historic sites enjoying

entertainment, music and delicious food along the way.

Costumed docents and local historians share facts

about what made 19th century Dubuque so distinctive.

Overnight Dubuque, IA

DAY 5•TRAVEL HOME (B)

As we head for home today, make one last stop at

Maytag Blue Cheese. Continue home this afternoon.

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TEXAS COASTAL WINTER ESCAPE

FEB. 6-16, 2020

11 DAYS • 20 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Oklahoma City National Memorial

•Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey

Plaza

•San Antonio River Walk

•Dolphin Cruise

•King Ranch Tour & BBQ

•USS Lexington

•Ocean Star Drilling Rig

•Texas Seaport Museum

•Tall Ship Elissa

•Houston Space Center

•Branson Dinner & Show

•20 Meals: 10 Breakfasts (B),

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

1 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist

FEATURED HOTELS

•Oklahoma City, OK – Hampton

Inn

•Temple, TX – Holiday Inn

•San Antonio, TX – Drury Inn River

Walk Hotel

•Corpus Christi, TX (2) – BW

Marina

•Galveston, TX (2) – DoubleTree

by Hilton

•Houston, TX - Drury Inn & Suites

•Texarkana, AR – Holiday Inn

•Branson, MO – Comfort Inn

Thousand Hills

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus, &

Sioux City

RATES

$2,319 Double, pp

$2,999 Triple, pp

$2095 Single

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/ OKLAHOMA

LAND RUN SCULPTURE (L)

Pack your binoculars and your camera for

a winter escape leaving behind the cold

temperatures of the mid-west. An evening

stop will be included at the Oklahoma Land

Run Sculpture. Overnight Oklahoma City,

OK

DAY 2•OKLAHOMA CITY NATIONAL OUTDOOR

MEMORIAL/SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM AT DEALEY

PLAZA/DALLAS/JFK MEMORIAL (B)

Visit the Oklahoma City National Outdoor Memorial

before you depart for Dallas. As you travel through

Dallas, visit the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.

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 and share some history.

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 Corpus

Christi, such as the museum district, the marina and their

lively downtown. We travel to Port Aransas to take in

a Dolphin Watch/Sea Life excursion. Overnight (2)

Corpus Christi, TX

DAY 5• KING RANCH TOUR/BBQ/KING RANCH

MUSEUM (B, L)

Begin the day with a guided tour of King Ranch,

explaining the history and modern-day workings of

the Ranch. The ring of the cook’s bell summons us to

experience a BBQ lunch 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 the 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

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$70 PP

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and Museum will tell the story of offshore drilling in the

Gulf region from this retired drilling rig. Learn about

the 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)

Houston Space Center 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 exhibits. Overnight Houston,

TX

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 Boys to the Eagles,

this show is always a hit! Overnight Branson, MO

DAY 7•OCEAN STAR OFFSHORE DRILLING RIG

AND MUSEUM/TEXAS SEAPORT MUSEUM/TALL

SHIP ELISSA/GALVESTON HARBOR CRUISE (B, L)

Today discover Galveston Island, starting with a guided

city tour. A visit to the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig

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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 lunch near Kansas City,

Missouri.


FLORIDA PANHANDLE

TO THE EVERGLADES

FEB. 22 - MAR. 9, 2020

17 DAYS • 23 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Beale Street

•Blue Angels Museum

•Manatee cruise

•Tarpon Springs

•Sunset Dinner Cruise

•Edison/Ford Winter Estates

•Everglades National Park

•Marco Island for two nights

•Orlando Resort for two nights

•World of Coca Cola Museum

•Patti’s 1880 Settlement

•24 Meals: 16 Breakfasts (B), 3

Lunches (L), 1 Dinner (D), 4 Light

Dinners (LD)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

•Memphis, TN – Hampton Inn

•Pensacola, FL – BW Beachside

•Panama City, FL – Holiday Inn Exp. Res.

•Crystal River, FL – Plantation

•Clearwater Beach, FL (2) –

Holiday Inn & Suites

•Fort Myers Beach, FL (2) – Wyndham

•Marco Island, FL (2) – Olde Marco Inn

•Orlando, FL (2) – Holiday Inn Resort

•Morrow, GA - Drury Inn & Suites

•Nashville, TN – Best Western Suites

•St. Peters, MO – Drury Inn & Suites

OPTIONAL PRICING

Day 5 Options:

#1: Snorkel with the Manatees - $55 pp

Day 7 Options:

#1: Clearwater Marine Aquarium

Option (Home of "Winter the

Dolphin") - $25 pp

#2: Sunset Sailing - $65 pp

Day 9 Options:

#1: Segway Beach Tour - $65 pp

#2: Parasailing - $75-85 pp

#3: Wave Runner with Dolphins -

$110 S/$145 D

Day 13 Options:

#1: Disney Park Option - $125 pp

#2: Possible Spring Training Baseball

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Orange City

RATES

$4,249 Double, pp

$6,185 Single

$3,699 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

An Extended Stay

Vacation

NEW TOUR

DAY 1• TRAVEL DAY (LD)

Begin your winter escape to enjoy warmer

temperatures, sunshine, beach time and

relaxation! We are offering several optional

tours at different resorts…or kick back and enjoy the

beach and resort. Your tour reservationist will help

you make this tour YOUR tour experience. Overnight

Fairview Heights, IL

DAY 2•BEALE STREET/MEMPHIS (B)

Explore Memphis' Beale Street near your Beale Street

hotel. You will have time to explore Beale Street, the

Gibson Guitar Factory or the Rock ‘n Soul Hall of Fame.

Overnight Memphis, TN

DAY 3• FAIRVIEW INN/PENSACOLA

BEACHFRONT (B, L)

Stop in Jackson, MS for your noon lunch at the Fairview

Inn, a historic antebellum hotel! Overnight Pensacola

Beach, FL

DAY 4•NATIONAL NAVAL AVIATION MUSEUM

(B, L)

Visit the National Naval Aviation Museum (aka Home

of the Blue Angels), the world’s largest Naval Aviation

museum. Overnight Panama City, FL

DAY 5•MANATEE CRUISE/SNORKEL WITH THE

MANATEES OPTION (B)

Enjoy a boat ride to observe manatees and learn of their

habitat. Option: Snorkel with the manatees! A trained

guide will help you to have the experience of your

lifetime! All snorkel gear is provided. Overnight Crystal

River, FL

DAY 6•TARPON SPRINGS/EVENING DINNER

CRUISE (B, D)

Discover Tarpon Springs sponge history today during

your lunch stop. Close the day with an evening dinner

cruise. Overnight (2) Clearwater Beach, FL

DAY 7•CLEARWATER BEACH/CLEARWATER

MARINE AQUARIUM OPTION/SUNSET SAILING

OPTION (B)

Voted U.S.’s #1 beach in 2018, today you can enjoy

miles of pristine white sand and beautiful sunsets. Option

1: Visit the Clearwater Marine Aquarium - home to

“Winter the Dolphin’, star of the popular Dolphin Tale

movies. Option 2: Enjoy Sunset Sailing

DAY 8•EDISON/FORD WINTER ESTATES/FORT

MYERS BEACH (B)

Travel along the coastline to Fort Myers Beach for a

two night stay. Discover the genius of two American

innovators, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford, Edison’s

original botanic research laboratory and the historic

homes of both Edison and Ford. Overnight (2) Fort

Myers Beach, FL

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DAY 9•SEGWAY BEACH TOUR OPTION/

PARASAILING OPTION/WAVE RUNNER DOLPHIN

TOUR OPTION/SANIBEL ISLAND OPTION (B)

Fort Myers Beach options available: 1. Parasailing:

Experience views of the 7-mile island from above! 2.

Guided Wave Runner Dolphin Tour: Get up close to the

dolphins with a licensed wave runner guide. 3. Segway

Beach Tour – join a two hour Segway tour of Ft. Myers

Beach 4. Sanibel Island shopping – take a taxi over to

some great shopping and sightseeing on Sanibel Island!

DAY 10•HARBOR CRUISE/MARCO ISLAND (B)

Enjoy a harbor cruise at Naples, FL through the canals

displaying the homes of the “rich and famous” that live

here. Overnight (2) Marco Island, FL

DAY 11•EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK/SWAMP

AIR BOATS (B)

Travel into the Everglades and ride the Wooten Air Boats

into the swamplands.

DAY 12•ORLANDO (B)

Enter Orlando and the World of Disney with our hotel near

the Disney World complex. Overnight (2) Orlando, FL

DAY 13•DISNEY OPTION DAY/FREE DAY (B)

Enjoy the day at any of the Disney World Theme Parks

such as Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Animal Kingdom, or

Disney’s Hollywood Studios. All are accessed by a free

hotel shuttle OR enjoy the day for yourself at our lovely

hotel OR discover Orlando on your own!

DAY 14•TRAVEL DAY (B, LD)

Heading north out of Florida, you come across Atlanta,

Georgia. A citrus roadside stand will be a chance to buy

some tree-ripened citrus. Overnight Morrow, GA

DAY 15•WORLD OF COKE MUSEUM (B)

Learn about the history of Coca-Cola, the shape of the

bottle, the flavor recipe and over 100 flavors. Overnight

Nashville, TN

DAY 16•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 17•HOME (B)

Travel home today refreshed with our escape from

winter!

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SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON

MAR. 20-29, 2020

10 DAYS • 16 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Grand Ole Opry Performance

•Dolphin Cruise

•Paula Deen’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)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

•Nashville, TN – Holiday Inn

Express

•Dublin, GA – Holiday Inn

Express

•Savannah, GA – Fairfield Inn

•Charleston, SC (2) – Cambria

Suites

•Asheville, NC – Hampton Inn

•Georgetown, KY – Holiday Inn

Express

•St. Louis area, MO – Drury Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Orange City

RATES

$2,275 Double, pp

$2,899 Single

$2,099 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Including the Biltmore

Estate

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

$50 PP

Savannah and Charleston are two of the

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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 Deen’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.” 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.

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DAY 7•BILTMORE ESTATE (B, D)

Depart Charleston with fond memories of your visit

to the Deep South. Arriving at America’s largest

residence-the 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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NEW TOUR

NASHVILLE U.S.A.

MAR. 30 - APR. 4, 2020

6 DAYS • 10 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Grand Ole Opry

•Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

•Country Music Hall of Fame

•Johnny Cash Museum

•Gaylord Opryland Resort

Riverboats

•Nashville City Tour

•Ryman Auditorium Tour

•Honky Tonk Street on Broadway

•Ray Stevens CabaRay Dinner Show

•Patti’s 1880 Settlement

•Gateway Arch

•10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

1 Lunch (L), 2 Light Dinners (LD),

2 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier

FEATURED HOTELS

•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

& Suites

•Nashville, TN (3) – Club Hotel

Nashville

•St. Peters, MO - Drury Inn &

Suites

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

RATES

$1,469 Double, pp

$1,759 Single

$1,389 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (LD)

Gather together your travel spirit during this

early spring tour and join your Allied friends

to “Music City USA” – Nashville. Prepare

for a time of great music, entertainment and

springtime adventure in “Music City USA”.

Overnight Fairview Heights, IL

DAY 2•GRAND OLE OPRY (B, D)

After settling into your hotel room, you are off to the

Grand Ole Opry performance. No visit to Nashville

would be complete without catching a performance of

the longest continuously broadcast radio program in

the nation. Overnight (3) Nashville, TN

DAY 3•CHEEKWOOD ESTATE & GARDENS/

COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME/JOHNNY

CASH MUSEUM/GAYLORD OPRYLAND DELTA

RIVERBOATS (B)

Travel into the countryside and visit Cheekwood

Estate & Gardens. This 55-acre botanical garden

and art museum was originally built as the home of

Leslie and Mabel Cheek in 1929. Cheekwood is one

of the finest examples of an American country estate

and plantation. The Country Music Hall of Fame and

Museum houses 2.5 million musical artifacts. Learn how

artists are inducted into the County Music Hall of Fame.

Visit one of Nashville’s newest museums, the Johnny

Cash Museum, which features the largest collection of

artifacts and memorabilia of Johnny Cash. This evening

you will enjoy some free time in the ambiance of the

Gaylord Opryland Resort with a ride on the Delta

Riverboats.

DAY 4•NASHVILLE CITY TOUR/RYMAN

AUDITORIUM/NASHVILLE BROADWAY/RAY

STEVENS CABARAY (B, D)

Discover the city of Nashville today with a step-on tour

guide. Tour the Ryman Auditorium, the Mother Church

of Country Music. Tonight you will laugh till your sides

ache at the all-new Ray Stevens CabaRay Dinner

Show.

DAY 5•PATTI’S 1880 SETTLEMENT/GATEWAY

ARCH NATIONAL PARK (B, L, LD)

Patti’s 1880 Settlement gives you the feel of the past

while enjoying your noon lunch. The Gateway Arch

National Park (newly named) reflects St. Louis' role in

the westward expansion of the United States during the

1800s. Take a ride to the top of the Arch and/or visit

the museum and the newly renovated grounds at the

base of the Arch. Overnight St. Peters, MO

DAY 6•TRAVEL HOME (B)

As you travel home today, enjoy the scenery from

your luxury motor coach. We hope you enjoyed your

getaway to “Music City USA!”

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NEW ORLEANS & THE DEEP SOUTH

APRIL 17-26, 2020

10 DAYS • 18 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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 School

•World War II Museum

•Swamp Boat Tour with local guide

•Shrimp Boat Tour & Shrimp Boil

•Elvis Presley Birth Home in Tupelo

•Graceland

•18 Meals; 9 Breakfasts (B),

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

5 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

FEATURED HOTELS

•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 & Suites

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

RATES

$2,579 Double, pp

$3,199 Single

$2,399 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

Sit back and enjoy the comfort of our luxury

motor coach and enjoy the scenery as you

begin our venture to the Deep South. You

will be treated to dinner and Branson show

tonight. Overnight Branson, MO

DAY 2•OZARK MOUNTAINS/THE OLD

MILL (B, LD)

The beautiful Ozark Mountain scenery will entice you

as you 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/

NEW ORLEANS COOKING SCHOOL (B, L, D)

Frogmore Cotton Plantation will compare work on an

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

cotton farms. Encounter the “city that care forgot”- New

Orleans. Absorb the sights and sounds of the famous

French Quarter as our home for 3 nights is the historic

“Hotel Provincial” –an open-air courtyard hotel in

the French Quarter. This evening we discover the fun,

flares, and flavors of cooking Louisiana-style at a New

Orleans Cooking School. After we learn step-by-step

preparation of a Creole/Cajun menu a full meal is

served – so bring your appetite! (Special note: New

Orleans is an old historic city and walking is required

on uneven sidewalks.) Overnight (3) French Quarter,

New Orleans, LA

DAY 5•NEW ORLEANS CITY TOUR/MARDI GRAS

WORLD/FRENCH QUARTER FREE TIME (B)

A city tour of New Orleans with a local expert guide

presents the history, landmarks, legends and splendid

architecture that made New Orleans famous. This

evening is free to discover the French Quarter.

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

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has now been designated by Congress as the country’s

official World War II Museum. 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” 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.

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NEW TOUR

MAGNOLIA, THE MERCANTILE & MORE

APR. 20-25, 2020

6 DAYS • 9 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Price Tower

•Pioneer Woman Mercantile

•Marland Estate

•Oklahoma City Nat’l Museum &

Memorial

•Waco, Texas Tour

•Magnolia Silos & Shops of Waco

•Pops on Route 66

•The Spice Merchant & Co

•Niffty Nut House

•9 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B), 2 Lunches

(L), 2 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist

Featuring TV Favorites

"Fixer Upper" &

"Pioneer Woman"

Men, we have heard your cries, “We want

to go on the Ladies Only Tour!” So, ladies &

gents, 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 and Chip Gaines have

been a hit with fans as they flip houses in Waco, Texas.

Also, visit Pawhuska, OK, home to The Pioneer Woman

Mercantile! Join us for this fun-filled adventure that both

men and women can enjoy.

DAY 1•PRICE TOWER (D)

Heading south today our destination is Pawhuska, OK.

Enjoy the incredible architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright

with a tour of Price Tower. On the 15th floor, we’ll find

ourselves enjoying dinner at the Copper Restaurant

while taking in views of the Osage Hills. Overnight

Bartlesville, OK.

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FEATURED HOTELS

•Bartlesville, OK – Hilton Garden

Inn

•Oklahoma City, OK — Embassy

Suites

•Waco, TX (2) – LaQuinta Inn

•Wichita, KS – Courtyard by

Marriott

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

& Sioux City

RATES

$1,369 Double, pp

$1,719 Single

$1,265 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

The Mercantile

DAY 2•THE MERC STORE & BAKERY/THE

MARLAND ESTATE (B, L)

We’ll be off early this morning for Pawhuska where

you’ll have time to shop all the special items picked

out by Ree Drummond of Pioneer Woman for the

Mercantile Store. Pick up a cookbook, update your

kitchenware, or try out some of her uniquely styled

clothing. Be sure to visit the bakery for some treats or

take time in the restaurant for a full breakfast! Next

stop is the Marland Estate in Ponca City. Our tour

of this beautiful & historic mansion will tell us about

the Marland family, the industry that made the estate

possible and the “oil boom-town” that rose from it

all. A light catered lunch is included. We’ll continue

on to Oklahoma City today. Our hotel this evening

offers appetizers and drinks. You may want to take the

shuttle to Bricktown for dinner on your own. 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 on to

Waco! Our late afternoon arrival gives us time to checkin

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

The Mercantile

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•POPS/ WICHITA (B, L)

It’s time to turn the coach back north today as we begin

our journey home. We’ll have plenty of space for your

packages! Our lunch break will be a little later today

as we’ll be stopping at Pops in Arcadia, OK. You won’t

believe it until you see it! This popular stop along Route

66 has a collection of 700 kinds of soda, sparkling

waters and other ice-cold refreshments! The display is

amazing! We’ll take time for lunch at their café where

you can choose from an all-American menu of burgers,

hot dogs and sandwiches. Overnight in Old Town

Wichita, KS

DAY 6•HOME (B)

Before heading for home we take time to enjoy a

specialty tea & coffee company along with a stop

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

Wichita. We continue home this afternoon after a fun

getaway!

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PALO DURO CANYON

THE GRAND CANYON OF TEXAS

NEW TOUR

JUNE 3-8, 2020

6 DAYS • 8 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Jack Sisemore Traveland RV

Museum

•Coors Cowboy Club Rodeo

•Cadillac Ranch

•Route 66 Historic District

•Bill’s Backyard Classics

•Palo Duro Canyon Jeep Tour

•Texas! The Musical

•8 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

FEATURED HOTELS

•Oklahoma City, OK – Hampton

Inn Bricktown

•Amarillo, TX (3) – Courtyard by

Marriott

•Dodge City, KS – Hampton Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

& Sioux City

RATES

$1,359 Double, pp

$1,669 Single

$1,285 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Including Texas! - The

Musical

The Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest

canyon in the United States and you’ll get

to see if up close and personal with Allied

Tours. Add to that the outstanding musical

“Texas!” set in an amphitheater in the Palo Duro

Canyon, and you’ve got a trip of natural beauty and

fun. We’ll even take you on a jeep tour to the base of

the canyon for a close up look.

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY

Get ready for Texas-sized adventure to the Palo Duro

Canyon in Amarillo, Texas. It’s second only in size to

the Grand Canyon. Your tour director will have fun

activities to help you to get to know your travel mates

as you make your way to Oklahoma City. This evening

enjoy time in Bricktown with plenty of restaurants and

nightlife options and you can even take a Bricktown

taxi on the river canal. Overnight Oklahoma City, OK

DAY 2•JACK’S RV MUSEUM/COORS COWBOY

CLUB CATTLE DRIVE/BIG TEXAN STEAK RANCH

RESTAURANT (B, D)

It’s Amarillo or bust! This afternoon visit the Jack

Sisemore RV Museum where you won’t believe the

selection of antique RVs on display. From the world’s

oldest Airstream to a hippie Volkswagen Microbus,

you’ll see it all at Jack’s. Then, check into your hotel

before a fun evening ahead. At 6 o’clock the Coors

Cowboy Club Cattle Drive goes right through

downtown Amarillo. Then, take your seat at the Big

Texan Steak Ranch & Brewery for a delicious dinner

with your travel mates. The Big Texan challenge is that

if you can eat a 72-ounce steak with all the fixins’ in

an hour, you get it for free. But if you don’t, it’ll cost

you about 75 bucks. Hopefully, you’ll see a contestant

taking on the challenge. Overnight (3) Amarillo, TX

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$50 PP

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DAY 3•CADILLAC RANCH/AMARILLO

BOTANICAL GARDEN/HISTORIC ROUTE 66/

BILL’S BACKYARD CLASSICS/AMERICAN QUARTER

HORSE MUSEUM/COORS COWBOY CLUB

RODEO (B)

Start your morning with a visit to the world’s only

Cadillac Ranch. Ten Cadillac’s are buried nose down in

a field at the same angle as the Cheops pyramid. Next,

visit the Amarillo Botanical Gardens; lush, landscaped

gardens in the middle of the Texas Panhandle featuring

the sights, sounds, and fragrances of the Mary E.

Bivins Tropical Conservatory bursting with a collection

of exotic plants. Stroll the original Route 66 Historic

District which is now full of shops, restaurants and art

galleries. This afternoon visit Bill’s Backyard Classics,

home to over 120 classic cars. This afternoon see the

American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame & Museum that

showcases the colorful history and modern activities

of the world’s most popular breed of horse. Then take

a little “R&R” at your hotel. This evening is reserved for

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the Coors Cowboy Club Rodeo with all of your favorite

rodeo events.

DAY 4•IT’S CANYON DAY TODAY! (B, D)

To get a real taste of this awesome canyon formed by

Mother Nature, take a jeep ride down to the base of

the canyon for a thrilling adventure of breathtaking

scenery. Follow along the creek as it meanders through

a tranquil paradise of wayward trees, wildflowers and

ancient towering cottonwoods in this natural habitat.

Then, visit the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, the

largest history museum in Texas. Head back to your

hotel for a little “R&R” before an incredible evening

ahead. Bring your hunger to the Chuckwagon dinner

hosted at the State Park. You’ll cap your evening off

with the musical “Texas!” The talented cast reaches into

the past to reveal the struggles, strengths, celebrations,

burials, and politics of the early settlers, cowboys and

Native Americans. This is the best-attended outdoor

musical drama in the United States and you’ll see it

all from your seat nestled in the beautiful Palo Duro

Canyon amphitheater. It will be a show that will live in

your memory for a long time.

DAY 5•DODGE CITY KANSAS/HOUSE OF

STONE/LONG BRANCH VARIETY SHOW (B, D)

Depart with fond memories of what you’ve seen in

done while visiting Amarillo. Head to Dodge City,

Kansas where the new slogan is “Get the Heck Into

Dodge.” This afternoon a local guide will take you on a

historical tour to point out the many statues representing

marshals and other savory characters of the west. Tour

the Mueller-Schmidt House Home of Stone, listed on

the National Registry of Historic Sites. On your tour

see the Santa Fe Depot and the Santa Fe Trail ruts

where the pioneers made their way west from 1821

to 1872. Enjoy one last dinner with your fellow travel

mates before a fun evening ahead. Tonight witness the

longest-running variety show in the United States –

Long Branch Variety Show. Its ragtime piano, Can-Can

dancers, and an evening of comedy, music, and fun.

Overnight Dodge City, KS

DAY 6•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Sit back, relax and travel home with fond memories of

your Palo Duro Canyon trip when the Old West came

to life with Allied Tours.

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ARK ENCOUNTER

& KENTUCKY PATHWAYS

JUNE 15-21, 2020

7 DAYS • 14 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Parke County Bridges Tour

•Amish Lunch in an Amish Home

•Creation Museum

•Ark Encounter

•BB River Dinner/Cruise

•Shaker Village

•“My Old Kentucky Home” Musical

•My Old Kentucky Home State Park

•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)

Tour Director -

Judy Brockmeier

FEATURED HOTELS

•Bloomington-Normal, IL –

Holiday Inn Express

•Indianapolis, IN – Drury Inn

•Erlanger, KY – Wingate by

Wyndham

•Bardstown, KY (2) – Hampton Inn

•Maryland Heights, MO – Drury Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

RATES

$1,545 Double, pp

$1,945 Single

$1,429 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Featuring the Ark

Encounter & Creation

Museum

NEW TOUR

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/BLOOMINGTON–

NORMAL (L)

Travel with your friends on a short get-away

to Indiana & Kentucky for experiences of a lifetime!

Today you get to meet your new travel mates for the

next six days. Overnight Bloomington-Normal, IL

DAY 2•PARKE COUNTY BRIDGES/AMISH LUNCH

(B, L, LD)

Today travel to Parke County, Indiana. This charming

and rustic setting boasts 31 covered bridges. Discover

the history behind several of these bridges with photo

ops and tour the county with a local step-on guide.

Enjoy an Amish meal in an Amish home. Overnight

Indianapolis, IN

DAY 3•CREATION MUSEUM/BB RIVERBOAT

DINNER/CRUISE (B, D)

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. Experience

history unfold before you through films and displays.

Experience real-life gardens as you walk through

on foliage adorned paths. Tonight enjoy Cincinnati

scenery during your dinner cruise on the Ohio River.

Overnight Erlanger, KY

DAY 4•ARK ENCOUNTER/SHAKER VILLAGE (B, D)

Since the Ark Encounter’s opening, it has been the

destination for many adventurers. Experience the lifesize

replica according to Biblical description of Noah’s

Ark. Learn through depictions of the flood how Noah

and his family filled the Ark with a countless number 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

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$55 PP

$50 PP

DAY 5•MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME STATE PARK &

HOME/STEPHEN FOSTER OUTDOOR MUSICAL/

OLD BARDSTOWN VILLAGE & CIVIL WAR MUSEUM

(B, L)

Old Bardstown Village & Civil War Museum explain

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

in their five museums and history village. Visit “My Old

Kentucky Home” mansion in Bardstown for a tour of

the home that inspired the song by Stephen Foster. This

beautiful historic home features a smokehouse, historic

kitchen, carriage house, cabin, and springhouse which

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are set amongst century-old magnolias, maples, and

cedar trees. Enjoy tonight’s outdoor musical drama

of Stephen Foster, America’s first great composer, at

“My Old Kentucky Home.” Celebrate Kentucky with

song, dance, drama and beautiful costumes! Stephen

Collins Foster - composer of favorite songs Oh!

Susanna, Beautiful Dreamer, Camptown Races, Hard

Times Come Again No More, Jeanie with the Light

Brown Hair and My Old Kentucky Home - is the father

of American music. This Broadway-style of “My Old

Kentucky Home,” the outdoor musical (which has been

playing for 60 years) tells the story of his journey to turn

his relationships and experiences into songs at a time

in our country's history just before the Civil War and the

anti-slavery movement.

DAY 6•SCHIMPFF’S CONFECTIONERY/HUBER’S

FAMILY FARM (B, L, LD)

Schimpff’s Confectionery & Museum offers 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 babies who

are born here and become majestic pullers of a famous

hitch! Enjoy your ride home today.

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SMOKY MOUNTAINS

MUSIC, MAJESTY & PRAISE

OCT. 22-31, 2020

OCT. 23 - NOV. 1, 2020

10 DAYS • 16 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Grand Ole Opry

•Dollywood

•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)

Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

(Oct. 22 Departure)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

(Oct. 23 Departure)

FEATURED HOTELS

•Columbia, MO – Drury Inn (Oct.

22 Dept.)

•Fairview Heights, IL – Drury Inn

(Oct. 23 Dept.)

•Nashville, TN – Club Hotel

•Pigeon Forge, TN (2) – Clarion

•Asheville, NC – Comfort Suites

•Concord, NC – Comfort Suites

•Cross Lanes, WV – Sleep Inn & Suites

•Erlanger, KY – Wingate

•Springfield, IL – Drury Inn & Suites

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

Oct. 22 – Above cities plus Luverne,

MN & Sioux Falls, SD

Oct. 23 – Above cities plus Orange

City

RATES

$2,424 Double, pp

$2,999 Single

$2,239 Triple, pp

Luverne & Sioux Falls departures -

add $40 pp, Double; $80 single,

for a pre-departure overnight stay

in Sioux City, IA

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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/

COUNTRY TONIGHT (B, D)

Arrive in Pigeon Forge where you overnight for the next

two nights. Dollywood—the “Entertainment Capital

of the Smokies,” will be your first destination. See

shows from Contemporary Country 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 Country Tonight 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 be treated to a Pigeon Forge and

countryside tour with a surprise! 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.

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$100 PP

$50 PP

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DAY 5•GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL

PARK /BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY (B)

Today 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 driving 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

you 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. 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

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and films share about the life of a humble preacher.

Overnight Concord, NC

DAY 7•OLD SALEM (B, L)

Your journey continues today to Winston-Salem, North

Carolina. A self-guided tour of Old Salem helps 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

Erlanger, KY

DAY 9•LINCOLN PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY (B, LD)

Continuing east 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 your way

home.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.

CHERRY BLOSSOMS

APRIL 1-5, 2020

5 DAYS • 8 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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)

Tour Director -

Roxie Mulder

FEATURED HOTEL

•Washington, DC area (4) –

Hilton Garden Inn – Vienna

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Sioux Falls,

SD, & Luverne, MN

Call for air from your home city.

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$2,299 Double, pp

$2,649 Single

$2,209 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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/

SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS (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

Building.

This afternoon visit the Smithsonian museum of your

choice on the National Mall: National Museum of

American History, National Air and Space Museum,

National Gallery of Art, and many more.

DAY 3•WHITE HOUSE VISITOR 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

Pentagon.

DAY 4•ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY,

VIETNAM, LINCOLN, KOREAN MEMORIALS/MT.

VERNON/OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA (B, D)

This morning visit Arlington National Cemetery to

include the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Changing

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

Eternal Flame, the Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial,

and more. 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

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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•NATIONAL WWII, VIETNAM, KOREAN,

LINCOLN, IWO JIMA MEMORIALS/FLY HOME (B)

This morning start the day at the National WWII,

Vietnam, Korean, and Lincoln Memorials which honor

those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our country.

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NEW YORK CITY

BROADWAY & BASEBALL

AUG. 3-7, 2020

5 DAYS • 3 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•3 Nights NYC Hotel 2 Blocks from

Times 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

Museum

•3 Meals: 1 Breakfast (B);

2 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

FEATURED HOTELS

•New York City Area – Hyatt Place

•New York City, NY (3) –

Novotel Times Square

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

Call for air from your home city.

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 air-conditioned 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 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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$100 PP

$60 PP

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RATES

$2,535 Double, pp

$3,084 Single

$2,399 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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, tour the new museum, 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 City!

*Please note the Broadway show will be selected

when the current schedule is available. The Yankees are

playing Chicago White Sox.

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WASHINGTON, D.C.

& THE HISTORIC EAST

OCT. 6-17, 2020

12 DAYS • 22 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Gettysburg Battlefield

•Flight 93 National Memorial

•White House Visitor Center

•D.C. Step-on Guide

•Lighted D.C. Monument Tour

•Washington, D.C. Monuments &

Memorials

•U.S. Capitol Tour

•Library of Congress

•Arlington National Cemetery

•Mount Vernon

•Colonial Williamsburg

•Monticello

•Smithsonian Museums

•22 meals: 11 Breakfasts (B),

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

6 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Joliet, IL – Wingate by Wyndham

•Grove City, OH – Drury Inn

•Gettysburg, PA – Comfort Suites

•Tyson's Corner, VA (4) – Hilton

Garden Inn

•Williamsburg, VA – Hampton

Inn & Suites

•Charlottesville, VA – Holiday Inn

Monticello

•Cross Lanes, WV – Sleep Inn

•St. Peters, MO – Drury Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Orange City

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

OPTIONAL PRICING

Day 7 Options:

#1: Bible Museum $20

RATES

$2,599 Double, pp

$3,379 Single

$2,419 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (D)

Discover the heritage of our country in our

nation’s capital, Washington D.C., and in

Gettysburg & Williamsburg. 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 more than

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 fournight

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 (4) Tyson's Corner, 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.

Then off to the Capitol Visitor Center on Capitol Hill

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

required). Visit the Library of Congress (pending

availability). Visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial,

the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Veterans

Memorial.

DAY 6•ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY/

TOMB OF UNKNOWN SOLDIER/IWO JIMA/

HOLOCAUST MUSEUM (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 Memorial is a

must. The U.S. Holocaust Museum displays the atrocities

that happened during WWII to the Jewish people in

Europe. This somber and moving museum tells the story

of the Holocaust through artifacts, films, photos, and

oral histories.

DAY 7•SMITHSONIAN MUSEUMS/THE BIBLE

MUSEUM OPTION (B, D)

Today your tour director will help you with your choice

of Smithsonian museums located on the National

Mall. All located around or near the Mall area, you

will be able to choose which museums you would like

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to visit. An option today is the new Bible Museum. An

additional fee applies for this option.

DAY 8•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 Williamsburg, VA

DAY 9•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. Depart to your hotel after a full

day of visiting 18th Century America. 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 near

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

MO

DAY 12•TRAVEL HOME (B)

Homeward bound today! Awesome memories remain

with us after experiencing the profound heritage of our

nation.

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NEW ENGLAND AUTUMN

SEPT. 23 - OCT. 4, 2020

SEPT. 27 - OCT. 8, 2020

12 DAYS • 18 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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);

3 Lunches (BL/L); 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Verla Youngquist

(Sept. 23 Departure)

Tour Director -

Diane Roecker

(Sept. 27 Departure)

FEATURED HOTELS

•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Erie, PA – Springhill Suites

•Buffalo, NY – Millennium Hotel

•Watertown, NY – Holiday Inn

Express

•Montpelier, VT – Capitol Plaza

•Boston Area, MA (2) – Fairfield Inn

•Secaucus, NJ (2) – Hyatt Place

•Cleveland, OH – Hampton Inn

•Joliet, IL – Fairfield Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$2,829 Double, pp

$3,559 Single

$2,595 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

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, NY

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/WHITE MOUNTAINS OF 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

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$70 PP

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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 “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-1900’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 and 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, OH

DAY 11•AMISH COMMUNITY (B, L)

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.” Enjoy a traditional Amish

Haystack lunch in an Amish home. This type of lunch is featured when they “raise a barn” in one

day and feeds the hungriest of the workers. It will be a real treat! 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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NEW YORK & PENNSYLVANIA

AUTUMN ADVENTURE

OCT. 10-20, 2020

11 DAYS • 17 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Indianapolis Speedway Museum

•Hofbrau Haus German Dinner

•Flight 93 National Memorial

•Sight & Sound Theater

•Magic Lantern Show

•Lunch in Amish Home

•Lancaster Countryside Tour

•National Constitution Center

•Independence Square Walking Tour

•Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

•9/11 Museum

•Central Park Carriage Ride

•NYC Tour (see Day 7 for sights)

•Bronx Tour with Little Italy Food

Tasting

•Grand Canyon of PA

•Penn. Lumber Museum

•National Museum of the Great

Lakes

•17 Meals: 10 Breakfasts (B),

3 Lunches (L), 4 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Loretta Mills

FEATURED HOTELS

•Peoria, IL—Country Inn & Suites

North

•Columbus, OH—Hampton Inn

•Bird-in-Hand, PA (2)—Amish

View Inn

•King of Prussia, PA—Best Western

Plus

•New York, NY (2)—Cambria Suites

•Lewisburg, PA—Country Inn &

Suites

•Ashtabula, OH—Hampton Inn

•Joliet, IL—Wingate Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City, & Des Moines

RATES

$2,899 Double, pp

$3,724 Single

$2,675 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY (L)

Get to know your tour director and fellow

passengers as we begin our journey. Enjoy

a “Get-Acquainted” lunch at Iowa Machine

Shed. Overnight Peoria, IL

NEW TOUR

DAY 2•INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY/

HOFBRAU HAUS (B, D)

Arrive in Indianapolis mid-day for a visit to the

Indianapolis Speedway Museum. Our self-guided tour

includes a short film on the history plus exhibits of past

winning cars. Tonight’s dinner is at the Hofbrau Haus in

Germantown. Overnight Columbus, OH

DAY 3•SIGHT & SOUND THEATER (B, D)

Today travel to the Amish country of Pennsylvania.

This evening will be a treat as we see new production,

“Queen Esther,” at the Sight & Sound Theater.

Overnight (2) Bird-In-Hand, PA

DAY 4•AMISH COUNTRY TOUR/MAGIC

LANTERN SHOW (B, L)

We’ll step back in time at the Magic Lantern Show!

Professor Phineas T Firefly brings the Underground

Railroad Experience to life with an antique 19th century

Magic Lantern and stunning hand-painted glass slides.

Enjoy a delicious Amish lunch in an Amish Farm home,

followed by a tour of the Amish Countryside with a

local guide.

DAY 5•NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER/

INDEPENDENCE SQUARE WALKING TOUR (B)

At the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia,

experience the Freedom Rising performance, explore

The Story of We the People exhibit and visit Signers’

Hall where you can sign the Constitution! A local guide

joins us this afternoon as we walk thru history and

see the Liberty Bell, Christ Church, Betsy Ross House,

Independence Hall and more. Overnight King of

Prussia, PA

DAY 6•STATUE OF LIBERTY/ELLIS ISLAND/ 9/11

MUSEUM (B)

It’s off to the Big Apple Today. By mid-morning we are

taking the ferry to the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island.

The 9/11 Museum continues the story of Sept. 11,

2001 and the terrorist attacks that shook our nation

to the core. Moving exhibits tell the story and reveal

the magnitude of this event. Enjoy a free evening.

Overnight (2) New York City, NY

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$70 PP

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DAY 7•CENTRAL PARK/ETHNIC

NEIGHBORHOODS & NYC TOURING/BROADWAY

SHOW. (B, D)

A local guide joins us today as we visit the iconic

Central Park for a short horse & carriage ride. Our

guide shows us other popular areas of the city such as

Rockefeller Plaza, 5th Avenue, ethnic neighborhoods,

and more! This evening we enjoy dinner and a

Broadway show (TBA).

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DAY 8•BRONX TOUR/LITTLE ITALY FOOD

TASTING (B, D)

There is more to NYC than just Manhattan and today

we’ll explore the Bronx! Most notably known for

its world-famous baseball team, it also has a New

England fishing village, beaches and many historic

sites. Over the years, it has been home to Tony

Curtis, Ann Bancroft, Edgar Allen Poe as well as

many different immigrant groups that have shaped

the borough. Along with a few sights, we’ll enjoy a

food tasting program in Little Italy. We depart the city

this afternoon. Enjoy a dinner buffet at the Country

Cupboard. Overnight Lewisburg, PA

DAY 9•GRAND CANYON OF PA/PA LUMBER

MUSEUM (B)

Our scenic drive today takes us to the Leonard Harrison

State Park where we find the Pine Creek Gorge, also

called the “Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania.” We

stop to take in the colorful views of the 800-footdeep

canyon. Next stop is the Pennsylvania Lumber

Museum where we explore the historic saw mill, birch

still, recreated lumber camp and more. Overnight

Ashtabula, OH

DAY 10•NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE GREAT

LAKES (B, L)

Traveling East we drive along Lake Erie from Cleveland

to Toledo. Lunch is included at The Real Seafood Co.

Next, visit The National Museum of the Great Lakes.

Memorabilia show the moving parts of sailing and

steam operation, from rigging and machinery to the

cutlery and chinaware used by the Great Lakes nowvanished

fleet of steam ship & passenger liners. Step

aboard the historic lake freighter, the SS Col. James M.

Schoonmaker, which dates back to the early 1900’s.

Overnight Joliet, IL

DAY 11•TRAVEL HOME (B)

It’s been a fun tour filled with beautiful scenery, fall

colors, historic sights and great fellowship!


NEW TOUR

PLYMOUTH & CAPE COD

SEPT. 27 - OCT. 2, 2020

6 DAYS • 8 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•NE Historic Genealogical Society

Talk on First Families

•Alden House Museum

•Pilgrim Hall Museum

•Guided Historic Tour of Plymouth

•Mayflower II with Mayflower

Compact Presentation

•Plimoth Plantation

•Cruise to Provincetown

•Guided Tour of Provincetown

•Provincetown Museum & Pilgrim

Monument

•Drive Past Corn Hill

•First Encounter Beach

•Cove Burying Ground

•Round Trip Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard

•Martha’s Vineyard Tour with Native

American Guide

•8 Meals: 5 Breakfasts (B),

3 Dinners (D)

Commemorating the 400th

Anniversary of America's

Founding Story

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY/BOSTON

Transfer to Omaha’s airport for flight into

Boston today. Overnight Boston, MA.

DAY 2•BOSTON SIGHTS/ALDEN MUSEUM/

PILGRIM HALL (B, D)

After breakfast, meet your guide for a tour of Boston

which includes a visit to the New England Historic

Genealogical Society for a special presentation on the

first families. It’s the oldest and largest genealogical

society in the United States. Boston highlights include

the USS Constitution, nicknamed “Old Ironsides”,

Boston Common, the Freedom Trail, the Old North

Church, the State House, and of course, a drive by

the famous pub “Cheers!,” where everyone knows

your name! Lunch on your own in Quincy Market

and then travel to Duxbury, for a visit to the Alden

House Museum. John Alden and Priscilla Mullins were

passengers on the Mayflower. Continue to Plymouth

and visit the Pilgrim Hall Museum before checking into

your hotel. Overnight (4) Plymouth, MA

PAY BY CHECK & SAVE

$90 PP

$60 PP

BOOK EARLY & SAVE

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Tour Director -

Frankie Tiarks

FEATURED HOTELS

•Boston, MA – Embassy Suites

Logan Airport

•Plymouth, MA (4) – Fairfield Inn

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, & Sioux City

PHOTO ID REQUIRED

RATES

$2,549 Double, pp

$3,049 Single

$2,335 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 3•PLYMOUTH WALKING TOUR/

MAYFLOWER II/PLIMOTH PLANTATION (B, D)

The historic walking tour of Plymouth begins at the

Jenny House and continues through Brewster Gardens

to the waterfront and to Plymouth Rock. It continues to

Leyden Street where the Pilgrims built their first houses.

Have lunch on your own along the waterfront. Visit the

Mayflower II, a detailed reproduction of the ship that

the English colonists sailed to Plymouth. Visit Plimoth

Plantation which re-creates actual life at the time of the

Pilgrims along with those of the Wampanoag Indians

on whose land they settled. Learn about the Mayflower

Compact and get your copy. Enjoy a tribal feast this

evening.

DAY 4•MAYFLOWER COMPACT MONUMENT/

PROVINCETOWN MUSEUM/FIRST ENCOUNTER

BEACH (B)

Travel back to the harbor this morning and board your

boat to Provincetown. Your motor coach will meet

you there. See the Pilgrims’ First Landing Park. Visit the

Mayflower Compact Monument as well as the Pilgrim

Monument and Provincetown Museum. Enjoy free

time for lunch and shopping and then board the coach

for the journey back down the cape passing Corn

Hill where the Pilgrims discovered the Pamet Indian’s

winter store of corn and to First Encounter Beach where

the “First Encounter” happened between the group

of Pilgrims, led by Myles Standish, and the Nauset

Tribe, allies of the Wampanoags. On December 8,

1620, the two groups met along the beach here.

You’ll visit the Cove Burying Ground where Constance

Hopkins Snow, Joseph Rogers and Giles Hopkins, all

Mayflower Pilgrims, are buried. Dinner on your own

this evening in Hyannis.

Image Courtesy of Pilgrim Monument Provincetown Museum

DAY 5•MARTHA’S VINEYARD TOUR/LOBSTER

FEAST (B, D)

For over ten thousand years the Wampanoag have

inhabited the island of Noepe, now called Martha’s

Vineyard. When the first Europeans dropped anchor

in 1602 – just before the Pilgrims – they numbered

three thousand or more. To this day they still occupy

the aboriginal land of Aquinnah. Take a ferry to the

island and enjoy a guided tour lead by a Wampanoag

Guide. Our Native American guide will meet us

at Vineyard Haven and take us up the island while

speaking about the Wampanoag history on the island;

the village locations, the traditional way of life, and the

arrival of the English and subsequent changes to their

culture. Stop at Christiantown which was set aside in

1659 by the sachem for those Indians who wished to

become Christian. Continue to see the Aquinnah Cliffs

with free time in Edgartown. Return to the mainland for

a Farewell Lobster Feast!

DAY 6•FLY HOME (B)

After a fun and history filled tour, it’s time to catch our

flight for home.

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CANADIAN ROCKIES

JULY 12-22, 2020

11 DAYS • 16 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•Banff, Jasper, Lake Louise

•Raft Trip on the Bow River

•Northwest Mounted Police Patrol

Performance

•Medora Musical & Pitchfork

Fondue

•17 Meals: 10 Breakfasts (B);

1 Box Lunch (BL); 6 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Elaine DeJong

FEATURED HOTELS

•Cheyenne, WY – Holiday Inn

Express

•Billings, MT – Hampton Inn

•Whitefish, MT – Hampton Inn

•Calgary, AB – Best Western

Premier

•Banff, AB – Banff Aspen Lodge

•Jasper, AB – Sawridge Inn

•Lethbridge, AB – Fairfield Inn

•Great Falls, MT – Wingate

•Medora, ND – Rough Riders Hotel

•Pierre, SD – Holiday Inn Express

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Sioux City, & Orange City

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$2,965 Double, pp

$3,899 Single

$2,749 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Including Glacier National

Park

DAY 1•TRAVEL DAY

Get ready for a journey of spectacular

mountain scenery to cool off your summer

with a Canadian Rockies adventure.

Overnight Cheyenne, WY

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)

Settle in and relax as you make your way across

Big Sky Country to Whitefish, home base to Glacier

National Park. Enjoy visiting with your new travel

mates as your tour director helps make the miles fly by.

Overnight Whitefish, MT

DAY 4•GLACIER NATIONAL PARK “GOING TO

THE SUN ROAD” (B, BL)

Today you are headed for the sky when you board the

iconic Red Bus for a trip along the “Going to the Sun

Road” in Glacier National Park. The mountain vistas

are spectacular along this number one rated highway.

Make your way to Calgary. Overnight Calgary, AB

DAY 5•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

DAY 6•LAKE LOUISE/COLUMBIA GLACIER

SNOW COACH/ICEFIELDS PARKWAY (B, D)

This morning visit breathtaking Lake Louise. Travel up

the Icefields Parkway with gorgeous alpine vistas all

along the way. Travel on a massive Ice Explorer to a

place where you can walk on, feel and drink from the

Athabasca Glacier. Overnight Jasper, AB

DAY 7•ICEFIELDS PARKWAY (B)

Head back down the Icefields Parkway and take in

beautiful Rockies views that you might have missed

going up to Jasper. It will look different headed the

other way. Overnight Lethbridge, AB

DAY 8•NORTHWEST MOUNTED POLICE

MUSICAL RIDE & MUSEUM (B, D)

You are in for a real treat today when you witness the

NWMP Musical Ride. Riders and their horses dressed

in the uniform of the day, parade in the outdoor arena,

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$80 PP

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showcasing their skills through a series of intricate

moves and drills choreographed to music. You will love

it! Then, make your way back into the U.S.A. Overnight

Great Falls, MT

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 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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NIAGARA FALLS & TORONTO

AUG. 14-21, 2020

8 DAYS • 12 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•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

•12 Meals: 7 Breakfasts (B);

2 Lunches (L); 3 Dinners (D)

Tour Director -

Frankie Tiarks

FEATURED HOTELS

•Joliet, IL – Wingate Inn

•Cleveland, OH – Hampton Inn

•Niagara Falls, ON (3) – Four

Points by Sheraton

•Cleveland, OH – Double Tree

•Hammond, IN – Holiday Inn

Express

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Des Moines, & Sioux City

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

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$75 PP

$50 PP

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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.

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$1,999 Double, pp

$2,559 Single

$1,899 Triple, pp

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

DAY 5• NIAGARA SKYWHEEL / 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 wellpreserved

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, 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.

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NEW TOUR

BEST OF SCANDINAVIA

JULY 8-17, 2020

10 DAYS • 12 MEALS

ALLIED’S TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

•City Tours of Stockholm, Oslo,

Bergen, and Copenhagen

•See the Historic City Hall and

Scenic Old Town in Stockholm

•Visit Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo

•Scenic Rail Experiences from Oslo

to Myrdal and Aboard the Flåm

Railway from Myrdal to Flåm

•Cruise the Scenic Sognefjord and

Naerøey Fjord

•Overnight at the Stalheim Hotel with

Panoramic Views of the Norwegian

Valley

•Tour Historic Bryggen and See

Composer Edvard Grieg’s Former

Home in Bergen

•See the Little Mermaid Statue in

Copenhagen

•12 Meals: 8 Breakfasts, 4 Dinners (D)

•Tour Host (with 15 or more travelers)

Tour Host -

Verla Youngquist

FEATURED HOTELS

•Stockholm, Sweden (2) – Hilton

Slussen

•Oslo, Norway – Thon Opera

•Stalheim, Norway – Stalheim

Hotel

•Bergen, Norway (2) – Augustin

•Copenhagen, Denmark (2) –

Scandic Copenhagen

DEPARTURE CITIES

Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln,

Grand Island, Norfolk, Columbus,

Fremont, Sioux City

PASSPORT REQUIRED

RATES

$5,735 Double, pp

$6,515 Single

TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL

Featuring Sweden, Norway,

& Denmark

DAY 1•DEPART THE USA

Today depart the USA on your overnight

flight to Stockholm, Sweden.

DAY 2•STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN (D)

Upon arrival be greeted by a representative of

Mayflower Cruises & Tours and transferred to your

hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to enjoy this

remarkable Scandinavian city. This evening, join your

Tour Manager and fellow travelers for a welcome

dinner at the hotel. Overnight (2) Stockholm, Sweden

DAY 3•STOCKHOLM (B)

After breakfast, enjoy a Stockholm city tour. Once the

home of the Vikings, today’s Sweden is a captivating

mix of old and new. In the Gamla Stan, the city’s

Old Town, medieval Stockholm comes to life in this

beautifully preserved historic district. This afternoon,

explore the city on your own or choose an optional

excursion of The Royal Canal and Vasa Warship

Museum.

DAY 4•OSLO – WHERE CULTURE AND NATURE

MEET (B)

Bid farewell to Stockholm and depart for Oslo,

Norway. Upon your late afternoon arrival in Oslo,

you’ll learn why it’s hard to say what is more stunning:

its glorious urban cityscapes or towering mountains and

pristine countryside. The remainder of the day is free for

you to experience Oslo on your own. Overnight Oslo,

Norway

DAY 5•OSLO TO MYRDAL/BREATHTAKING

RAILWAY JOURNEY (B, D)

On this morning’s city tour, your local guide will walk

you through Vigeland Sculpture Park as you discover

the amazing granite and bronze artwork. Catch a

glimpse of the regal and impressive Royal Palace. After

the tour, transfer to the Oslo train station for one of

the best ways to take in the wonders of Scandinavia,

aboard a scenic railway that traverses the breathtaking

countryside. Famous for its remarkable panoramic

views, Myrdal is the stepping off point for yet another

glorious train ride on the world-renowned Flåm

Railway. Descending 3,500 feet during a 13-mile

journey into the mountainous countryside, passengers

glimpse wild rivers that cut through deep ravines,

waterfalls cascading down sheer cliffs, and mountain

farms clinging perilously to steep slopes. In the heart

of this rugged countryside, the historic Stalheim Hotel

offers a stunning panoramic perspective of astounding

fjordland views. Overnight Stahlheim, Norway

DAY 6•THE AWE-INSPIRING FJORDS (B,D)

This morning after breakfast, you’ll get a final view of

the Naerøey Valley before transferring by coach to

Flåm for embarkation of a cruise through the world-

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famous Sognefjord and Naerøey Fjords. Carved out

over centuries by waves of majestic glaciers, the fjords

are a testament to the magnificent power of nature. You

just may glimpse a sight of seals as they sun themselves

on warm rocks. After the cruise, meet your coach in

Gudvangen where you’ll continue on the journey to

Bergen. Overnight (2) Bergen, Norway

DAY 7•THE RICH HISTORICAL HERITAGE OF

BERGEN (B)

Today enjoy a city tour of Bergen, the second-largest

city in Norway. Bergen offers a fascinating mix of

history, culture and natural beauty. Nearby, visit

Troldhaugen, the former home and estate of one

of Norway’s most famous sons, composer Edvard

Grieg. The remainder of the day is free to explore this

charming city on your own.

DAY 8•COPENHAGEN (B)

Following breakfast, transfer to the airport for your

flight to Copenhagen. Upon arrival, enjoy a city tour

of this bustling metropolis. Copenhagen offers a mix of

old-world grandeur with the excitement of a thriving

modern cultural center. The city is alive with such sites

as Tivoli Gardens, one of the world’s oldest pleasure

parks and Christiansborg Palace, home to the Danish

Parliament and the Royal Theater. Fans of literature

make a pilgrimage to the statue of The Little Mermaid,

inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s famous fairytale,

while shoppers enjoy browsing the quaint boutiques

along the famous Stroget, Copenhagen’s renowned

pedestrian district. Overnight (2) Copenhagen,

Denmark

DAY 9•A DAY AT LEISURE (B, D)

This day is yours to experience Copenhagen and all of

its charm. Or join us for an optional excursion to North

Zeeland. You’ll enjoy a scenic drive to Helsinor, one

of the oldest towns in Denmark, and nearby Kronborg

Castle, legendary home of Prince Hamlet. Your tour

also includes views of Fredensborg Castle and an

included visit to Frederiksborg Castle. Tonight join your

Tour Manager and fellow travelers for the Farewell

Dinner at our hotel.

DAY 10•FLY HOME (B)

Following breakfast at the hotel, bid farewell

to Scandinavia with memories of life-enriching

experiences as you transfer to Copenhagen Airport for

the flight home.

Please note: Optional excursions are available in each

port and are at an additional cost.

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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 402-371-3840 or Toll Free 1-800-672-1009,

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.

DEPOSITS

•Motor Coach Tours - $100 per person

•Domestic Air & Rail Tours - $300 per person

•New York Broadway & Baseball - $400 per person

•International Tours - $400 per person

•Danube River Cruise - $400 per person

•Hawaiian Islands Cruise, Panama Canal Adventure, Alaska

Cruise & Tour, & Alaska Cruise –$600 per person

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, cruises, and rail transportation

as stated in the itinerary, hotel accommodations, all admissions and

meals per itinerary, all taxes for included items, gratuities for step-on

guides and wait staff (for included meals), luggage handling at

hotels when available, and services 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 required 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

NORFOLK

720 E. Norfolk Avenue

Norfolk, NE 68701

402-371-3840 or 800-672-1009

Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

LINCOLN

5250 Superior Street

Lincoln, NE 68504

402-466-1776 or 800-742-7717

Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

"Coach rides were always on time, luggage was

always placed correctly and on time. Everything

was scheduled as planned."

- Dave & Liz R., Bruning, NE

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WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO CONT.

TRAVEL INSURANCE

We 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, interruption, medical, or other fees. Contact Allied for

travel insurance information.

DOCUMENTATION FOR:

DOMESTIC AIR TOURS

A government-issued photo I.D. (i.e. driver’s license or passport) is

required for all tours utilizing air transportation within the United States

and selected motor coach tours. Allied requests a copy of your license

to confirm hassle-free flight travel

CANCELLATION PROTECTION PLAN (CPP)

(Motor Coach Tours Only)

Tour 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 advisor.

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” x 21” x 11” 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, 2019

and are 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 fluctuations, taxes, typographical errors, or other reasons, 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

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.

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, DUI, or

other offenses.

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 1: Low 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 itinerary.

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.

Level 5: Highest activity level

1 2 3 4 5

"When you pay for the best,

you want the best,

and we got the best."

- Mary Ann H.

Lincoln, NE

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CANCELLATION POLICIES - PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

All cancellation fees are based on ‘per person.’ Policies below show ’Days Prior to Departure’ and ’Amount of Cancel Fee.’

Motor Coach Tours (United States/Canada)

•46 Days or More.........................................................................No Fee

•45-31 Days........................................................... 40% 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

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

•120 Days or More........................................................................No Fee

•119-91 Days........................ 25% of the Cruise Fare + 100% of Airfare

•90-61 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

Alaska Cruise Tour, Alaska Cruise, & Panama Canal Cruise

•90 Days or More.........................................................................No Fee

•89-57 Days................................................................... Deposit Amount

•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

Danube River Cruise

•From initial date of deposit to 91 Days prior................................ $400

•90 Days or Less......................................................................No Refund

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, 2019. 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 or climate

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. Travelers may be photographed for the promotional purposes

of AT.

Best of Scandinavia

•151 Days or More........................................................................No Fee

•150-91 Days.............................................................................$250 Fee

•90-45 Days.......................................................... 30% of the Total Cost

•44-15 Days........................................................... 40% of the Total Cost

•14 Days or Less.......................................................................No Refund

*Travel insurance is recommended to protect travelers from

cancellation, interruption, medical, and other fees. Call Allied for

insurance options.

"Our tour director provided good information & facts

about stops. Also informed us what we were seeing out

bus windows and where we were."

-Anita G., Brule, NE

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