O n day one we will fly into Boston’s Logan airport. Our tour guide and deluxe motorcoach will greet us upon arrival. We may do some touring in Boston, if time allows, before heading to our hotel for the next two nights. Day 2: Boston. Today we enjoy a city tour of Boston, the capital and largest city in Massachusetts and one of the nation’s oldest cities spanning a history of 350 years in a distance of less than three miles. We have free time for lunch on our own in the 150 year-old restored buildings of the famous Quincy Market, which faces Faneuil Hall and houses a cheerful and colorful confusion of chic shops, specialty pushcart vendors, cafes, restaurants, and street performers. We will see the famous Freedom Trail winding its [way] through the downtown area and many historic sites including the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, the Boston Commons and the Public Gardens. We stay in Boston for the night. (B, D) Day 3: Maine to NH. After break- fast we are off to Maine and to our next two nights in the lakes and mountains of New Hampshire. We travel along the Massachu- setts and New Hampshire coastlines. Stop in the seaside village of York to enjoy a traditional Maine clam (lobster) bake; clam chowder, clams, mussels, lobster (or Hickory BBQ chicken), corn on the cob, and potatoes– a real New England tradition. Following lunch we head to Portland Maine and visit the Portland Head Lighthouse, and then to the White Mountains. We drive along the New England- Inn Style - Foliage Brilliance October 4-10, 2019
Kancamagus Highway, one of New England’s most spectacular scenic highways to witness the fall foliage season. We spend the night at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel with dinner on our own. (B, Lobster Lunch) Day 4: NH to Vermont. This morn- ing we will take the Cog Railway to the top of Mount Washington where we can see four states–Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire. Then we head through the north country into Vermont and to Montpe- lier where we will see the gold-leafed dome of the Capitol Building, and the Morse Farm Sugar Shack. Our hotel for the next two nights is in Essex Junction, Vermont. Dinner is included this evening. (B, D) Day 5: Vermont. We travel to Bur- lington and the Stowe area to the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, we dare you to visit the gift shop and not buy one. Lunch is on our own in downtown Burlington, then on to Waterbury for a couple of great afternoon culinary experiences. First the Cold Hollow Cider Mill, then to the famous Ben & Jerry’s ice cream plant. This evening we take a din- ner cruise on Lake Champlain. (B, D) Day 6: Sturbridge, Massachusetts. This morning our destination is Sturbridge Village a post revolutionary living history village. Along the way we will enjoy a visit to the Yankee Candle Shoppe. A trip to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor history museum in the Northeast, is a journey through time to a rural New England town of the 1830s. Visitors are invited into more than 40 original buildings, each carefully
researched, restored, and brought to the museum site from towns throughout New England. This evening for our farewell dinner we’ll enjoy an authentic New England dining experience. (B, D) Day 7: Today we drive back to Boston and fly home from our New England fall foli- age tour with many fine memories of a bygone era. Depending on our flight time, we may have time to enjoy touring enroute back to Boston. (B) Per person price is $3,349 for double occupancy, $4,179 for single. A deposit of $350 is required to hold your reservation with the final bal- ance due by June 28, 2019.
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