|"100 Miles Of Christmas Lights Tour”
December 4 – December 9, 2011 (Sunday thru Friday)
Look at all we've got lined up for you this week!
Virginia Beach “Lights On The Broadwalk”
Norfolk Botanical Garden “Garden Of Light” Tram Ride
Planetarium Show “Star Of Wonder”
Tour Of “Olde Towne” Portsmouth With Colonial Crawford “Winter Wonderland”
Douglas MacArthur Memorial · Trinity Church
Lunch @ Michie’s Tavern · Free Time On The Beach
And, Of Course,
Christmas At Colonial Williamsburg
Plus, we’re staying two nights at a beautiful OCEAN FRONT hotel in Virginia Beach
We’ll travel on our luxury motorcoach with reclining seats, large picture windows, VCR monitor,
PA system, and, an on board rest room for your comfort. Our hotels will always be first class
since we stay at Three & Four Star rated hotel properties such as Sheraton, Marriott properties
as well as Holiday Inns, Hampton Inns and Drury Inn & Suites and similar properties. We never
stay at low-end budget motels. Most meals are included in your tour price, and you can book
your reservation in confidence because with our optional Travel Protection Coverage, should
you have to cancel for a covered illness or other covered family emergency, or have to leave the
tour for similar reasons, you will get a refund with no deductibles. More about this later.
First let’s take a look at all the adventures we’ve planned for you during this vacation.
Sunday, December 4 - We'll leave Camden from our departure location at the Wal-Mart store,
Highway 641 N. all “bright-eyed” and ready for a week of Christmas fun and excitement . Each
day we will take several rest breaks along the way as well as a lunch break. Tonight we will
overnight in Roanoke, VA. Meal Codes – Breakfast (B) – Lunch (L) – Dinner (D) - (Today: D)
Monday, December 5 After our delicious breakfast, we'll board our coach for a full day of
adventure. We will continue traveling north and then east through Virginia. We’ll overnight
tonight at an oceanfront high rise hotel in Virginia Beach, but not before seeing the “Star of
Wonder” show at the Planetarium and enjoying a delicious dinner. (Meals today: B & D)
Tuesday, December 6 – We’ll need a bountiful breakfast plate today because we’ve got a lot of
our “plate” today. We’ll tour Old Towne Portsmouth, see the Courthouse Galleries, see the
“Winter Wonderland” and Trinity Church, visit the General Douglas MacArthur Memorial, ride a
tram thru the Christmas lights at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, and, take a drive and see the
lights along the Virginia Beach Boardwalk.
Another delicious dinner is in store tonight. (Meals today: B & D)
Wednesday, December 7 - Today’s our big day at COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG. After a late
“check-out” from our hotel (hey, we need more time on the beach this morning) we’ll load up
and head out for a fun and history filled day at Colonial Williamsburg. This afternoon we’ll walk
thru the streets of Colonial Williamsburg as it was in 1775. As we take in all of the historic sites
& adventures, you may hear a Fife & Drum Corp coming your way, or some notables of times
past, such as Patrick Henry or Thomas Jefferson, may pass you on the street & stop and “sit a
spell” with you and talk politics or current events (1775 style). After all, it was here that our
Founding Fathers laid the groundwork for our great nation. Listen carefully for a young lady
telling friends how she met her husband, George Washington. Folks like Thomas Jefferson,
George Washington & Patrick Henry are hanging around local taverns, plotting a free country.
Local costumed towns-folks gather at shops, the courthouse, the churches and street corners,
gossiping and sharing rumors of impending war with England. And, you are there! As Martha
Washington fields questions from a crowd, just down the street, in the dark of night, a woman is
being tried for witchcraft. Care to be a jury member?
Christmas at Colonial Williamsburg, December, 1775.
What a way to ring in the season.
(Meals today: B & D)
Thursday – December 8 - What’s left? We’ve done it all! Hold on there, my friend. We haven’t
had lunch yet today. And, we’re going to the best place for lunch anywhere in the United
States. Michie’s Tavern. It’s so good, even President Thomas Jefferson ate there regularly.
(You see, his home-Monticello) is just down the road a bit. After lunch, it’s on to Roanoke where
we will overnight. (Meals today: B, L & D)
Friday – December 9 – Today we’ll make our way home. We nap, play games, watch movies
and just reflex on all we’ve seen and done during this great Christmas Holiday-Filled tour. We’ll
arrive in Camden at approximately 6 p.m. (Meals: B)
INCLUDED IN YOUR LOW TOUR PRICE:
Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation — Services of Professional Tour Guides
Six days/Five Nights First Class Hotel Rooms with Baggage Handling
All Listed Admissions
Eleven Delicious Meals, including taxes & tips
(5-Breakfasts, 1 Lunch & 5-Dinners)
TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION, CALL:
COFFEE BREAK TOURS AT: 584-9395 OR 1-800-874-3166