Avgreat opportunity to combine the famous Annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washtington, DC with the incredible history, musuems and scenery.
We have a fabulous tour planned for you. And, unlike most tour companies that stay up to 45 minutes away from the main attractions- we are staying right downtown and only 6 blocks from the White House
Friday March 29 to Monday April 1
Deadline for deposit is February 15 2013.
Friday March 29
Depart in deluxe motor coach. Along the way we stop at the Corning Museum of Glass for a tour and lunch (included). Arrival at the Holiday Inn Central White House - downtown Washington for 3 Nights.
Soup or Salad
Choice of one:
Strip Style Sirloin
Includes Vegetable / breadsticks /dessert
SATURDAY MARCH 30
Hot Breakfast (included) at the Hotel followed by a guided City Tour including a visit to the serene hills across the Potomac River to visit Arlington Cemetary, a US Military Cemetery established during the American Civil War. You will see the captial's famous attractions including Capital hill, the Vietnam Venterans Memorial, FDR Memorial, Jefferson Memoril, Embassy Row and the Canadian Embassy.
Free time to explore and take photos.
SUNDAY MARCH 31
Hot Breakfast (included) at the Hotel followed with free time to explore all the fabulous Smithsonian Museums and Galleries. We can visit the American History Museum, the National Air and Space Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, Spy Museuem, and many many more.
MONDAY APRIL 1
Hot Breakfast at the hotel and departure for home.
-Deluxe Motor Coach
-Snacks and Movies onboard
-3 Nights Accommodation Holiday Inn Whitehouse - Downtown Premium Cherry Blossom Fesitval
-Tour Corning Glass Factory
-Full lunch Corning Factory
-3 Hot Breakfasts
-Deluxe Guided Tour Of Washington DC and surrounding area.
-Accompany Tour Host
The plantings of the cherry blossom trees originated as a gift in 1912 from the people of Japan to the United States as gesture of friendship and goodwill. Since then, the number of trees has expanded to approximately 3,750 trees of 16 varieties on National Park Service land.
THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTEThe Smithsonian is a museum and research complex, comprised of 19 museums and galleries and the National Zoological Park. The total number of objects, works of art and specimens at the Smithsonian is estimated at nearly 137 million. The collections range from insects and meteorites to locomotives and spacecraft. The scope of artifacts is staggering-from a magnificent collection of ancient Chinese bronzes to the Star-Spangled Banner; from a 3.5 billion-year-old fossil to the Apollo lunar landing module; from the ruby slippers featured in "The Wizard of Oz" to presidential paintings and memorabilia. Through a long-term loan program, the Smithsonian shares its vast collections and expertise with more than 161 affiliate museums around the country.Admission is free.
Call (905) 471-7843 to book this trip.
1) Pick up Yonge/Sheppard
2) Pick up commuter lot Hurontario and #401
3) Pick up commuter lot QEW and Guelph Line
VALID PASSPORT NEEDED FOR THIS TRIP
Itinerary subject to change based on vendor availability
Trip cancellation & medical available at extra cost -ask for quote
A deposit of $100.00 deposit is due immediately -non refundable (If you cannot make the trip by final payment, I will TRY and sell your space). Final payment March 1 2013 -
We will have 3 pick up locations Toronto, Mississauga, Burlington/Hamilton area.
Please note: Triple is 3 people in double bed room Quad is 4 People in double bed room - not 3 beds or 4 beds.