|PLAN NOW TO JOIN US FOR THE VACATION OF A LIFETIME ON OUR -
“ALASKA INSIDE PASSAGE LAND & CRUISE VACATION”
On Norwegian Cruise Lines Luxury Cruise Ship – The Norwegian Star
PLUS WE’LL VISIT MANY OF AMERICA’S BEAUTIFUL TREASURES
OLD FAITHFUL & MT. RUSHMORE
And, the best part is – You don’t have to fly to get there.
For those of you who don’t like to fly, we’ll ride on our comfortable motorcoach to Seattle, Washington where
we’ll board our fancy cruise ship.
But, for those of you who don’t mind flying and would prefer to just go on the Alaska cruise portion of this
vacation, that’s OK. You’re welcome to fly in and out of Seattle.
Call for more details on the flying option.
LOOK AT WHAT WE’VE GOT PLANNED FOR YOU DURING THIS WONDERFUL TOUR.
We’ll visit Yellowstone National Park & see the famous “Old Faithful” !
Mt. Rushmore—The Badlands of South Dakota—And, More!
How about an outdoor Steak Dinner grill-out at a Lodge on the banks of the
Missouri River & A Chuck Wagon Dinner Shows In South Dakota!
How About A “Cowboy Shoot ‘Em Up” Right In The Middle of Town in Wyoming!
Plus, the World’s Fair Space Needle in Seattle, Washington!
We’ll visit the famous “Corn Palace” in Mitchell, SD!
And, we’ll see Jesse James’s Home Where He Was Shot in Missouri!
Plus Montana’s Big Sky Country!
Then there’s lunch at the famous Wall Drug Store,
and, just maybe one of the most beautiful places on Earth,
The Big Horn National Park. Just wait till you see it!
LET’S DON’T FORGET THE ALASKA INSIDE PASSAGE CRUISE EITHER!
8 DAYS – 7 NIGHTS ON THE LUXURY CRUISE SHIP, THE NORWEGIAN STAR!
SPECIAL: ALL OF THE -20- CABINS WE WERE ABLE TO RESERVE ARE
OUTSIDE CABINS WITH LARGE WINDOWS.
HOWEVER, WE WERE ABLE TO JUST BOOK -20- CABINS WITH WINDOWS.
BOOK EARLY TO ENJOY ONE OF THESE SPECIAL CABINS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST.
After these -20- cabins are spoken for, additional outside cabins subject to availability.
This is a chance in a lifetime to not only visit all of America’s Treasures mentioned above, but to take a
wonderful Alaskian cruise visiting the port cities of Ketchikan, Juneau, Skagway, Prince Rupert and spend the
day sailing thru the Sawyer Glacier.
All of this and more plus all meals on the cruise ship are included in your low tour price and most of your meals
as we travel to and from Seattle are also included!
July 13, 2009 thru July 31, 2009 19 days—18 nights
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 properties such as Ameri-Suites, Hampton Inn & Suites, Holiday Inn, Sheraton & Marriott
properties & Drury Inn & Suites, etc. 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, you can get a full refund with no deductibles. More about this late-first let’s take a look at all the
adventures we’ve planned for you.
Departing from Camden at 7 a.m., we’ll spend today getting to know each other and letting the excitement
build as we travel thru Kentucky into Missouri. The Gateway To The West, the St. Louis Arch, will greet us
about lunch time. As we pass thru St. Louis you’ll know that we’re officially on our way. We’ll overnight in St.
Joseph, MO. Jesse James was killed here. We’ll see his home before we leave. (Meals included today: D).
You will see a “Meals” guide at the end of the day’s events. “B” is breakfast, “L” is lunch, & “D” is dinner.
Today, for example, dinner is included in your tour price.
TUESDAY – JULY 14
After a delicious breakfast at our hotel this morning, we’ll point our motor coach north and travel up thru Iowa
and into South Dakota. Hundreds of thousands of acres of corn and their famous “amber waves of grain”
wave at us as we travel to our destination for the evening. Tonight we’ll stay at a beautiful Lodge on the
banks of the “Wide Missouri”. This should be a special evening as we’ve arranged for an old fashioned
“steaks on the grill” catered cookout on the river’s banks. Now, settle in and get a good night’s rest because
tomorrow’s a day full of adventure. (Meals: B & D)
WEDNESDAY – JULY 15
This morning we’ll enjoy another hot breakfast before we depart for The Badlands of South Dakota. Bring
plenty of film. After our tour of this rugged northwestern terrain, we’ll stop for lunch at the world famous Wall
Drug Store in Wall, SD. Featured on all major TV networks, popular magazines and newspapers worldwide, it
was the place to stop for free ice water during the dust bowl and the Great Depression. After lunch it’s on to
Mt. Rushmore. Later we’ll visit the unique western town of Keystone, SD where we’ll check into our
comfortable hotel for the evening. Even the guys will want to buy souvenirs here. (Meals: B)
THURSDAY & FRIDAY – JULY 16 & 17
This morning after breakfast we’ll start our trek to Seattle. We’ll spend Thursday night in Butte, Montana and
Friday night in Seattle, Washington. Traveling on thru South Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and
Washington is simply mind-boggling. There’s something new at each turn of the road – hills, valleys, rock
formations, rivers, streams, western towns and the Rocky Mountains. The Bitter-Roots in Idaho and Mt.
Rainier in Washington are also highlights of these two days.
Framed by Puget Sound and the World’s Fair Space Needle, entering Seattle is unlike anything you’ve ever
seen. And with all of the excitement of tomorrow being “Cruise Day” you might be “Sleepless In Seattle”
tonight. (Sorry, I just had to put that in.) (Meals: B & D both days)
SATURDAY – JULY 18
Today’s the day. We’ll head over to the port early this afternoon and board our home away from home for the
next -8- days. Dinner this evening is on board the ship. Just go to your room and unpack. No more luggage
to worry about for the next -8- days. Just be sure to on the the deck about 4 p.m. and watch Seattle disappear
as we begin our cruise. (Meals: Remember, all meals are included on the cuirse ship.)
SUNDAY – JULY 19
We’ll sailed all night and will continue sailing all day entering the beautiful Inside Passage. This is a good day
to get to know the ship and learn where all the nearly -20- restaurants and other shops and features are. But
don’t stay inside. Enjoy the outstanding scenery of the Inside Passage.
MONDAY – JULY 20
We’ll arrive in Ketchikan about 7 a.m. this morning departing at 3 p.m. this afternoon. You’ve heard of the
village with all the totem poles? So much to see and do here during your free time.You can travel to Totem
Bight State Park to see the world’s foremost stand of authentic native totems, or maybe visit historic Saxman
Village to experience the traditional song and dance of Alaska’s Native Americans. Dare you sign on for a
“floatplane” aerial tour of the breathtaking Misty Fjord National Monument?
TUESDAY – JULY 21
Today we’ll visit Juneau, Alaska’s capitol city. Shop the rustic shops in town or how about signing up for the
optional opportunities available such as dog sledding, kayaking, rafting, biking, hiking, go for a flight on a
plane or helicopter, or take the Mt. Robert’s Tramway for a great spot to shoot a souvenir photo of our ship in
port. After departing Juneau, we’ll enter the Sawyer Glacier area. This will probably be the most memorable
day on board. It’s called “Calving” when huge chunks of ice splits off a glacier and crashes in the sea, and the
sound is like thunder from a Tennessee summer thunderstorm. You catch it on film and hope you got a good
picture, but wait a bit and it will happen again and again, and you’ll see it upclose and personal from the decks
of our ship.
Skagway is my favorite port city. Another rustic village, we can peek into every store from the Trail Bench to
Lynch & Kennedy’s old dry goods store. Visit the Red Onion Saloon, with its honky-tonk piano and costumed
barmaids for some local color. Have lunch in the village or go back on board the ship for your lunch.
Consider booking the White Pass & Yukon Railway. Sit back and take in the spectacular scenery aboard an
old-fashioned parlor car traveling thru tunnels and across trestles to view remote valleys, Bridal Veil Falls,
Inspiration Point and more. It’s known as one of the Scenic Railways of the World.
THURSDAY-JULY 23 / FRIDAY – JULY 24 / SATUT=RDAY - 25
No visit to the Inside Passage is complete without a stop at Prince Rupert on Thursday. Thursday night about
10 p.m. we’ll set sail again and spend another complete day and night at sea traveling thru the Inside Passage
before arriving back in Seattle about 8 a.m. on Saturday.
SATURDAY – JULY 25 / SUNDAY – JULY 26
Our cruise may be over but our vacation is not. We’ve got a lot more to see and do as we point our
motorcoach toward home. Our return travels will gives us opportunity to view the Great Northwest from a
different and more exciting angle. We’ll overnight Saturday in Missoula, MT and Sunday night in West
Yellowstone, Wyoming. (Meals Saturday: B) – (Meals Sunday: B & D)
MONDAY – JULY 27
A big breakfast is in store for us today before we leave for Yellowstone Park and “Old Faithful”. You’ve heard
about it, you’ve seen it on television, but today it’s really real. Entering Yellowstone from the East, you’ll see a
lot of the park, including some of the more than 10,000 boiling springs, mud pots and geysers and, of course,
“Old Faithful”. In fact, our lunch break will be at the park lodge right at “Old Faithful”. Enjoy it while having
lunch and then go outside and see it up close and personal. Watch for black & grizzly bears, bald eagles, &
herds of buffalo or elk as we travel thru the park.We’ll leave the park early afternoon and head to Cody for a
very interesting evening. There just might be a bunch of rowdy cowboys and cowgirls coming out of the
saloons in Cody just a’looking for a fight. Hold on to your hats; them thar cowpokes have had a bit too much
to drink and their aim just ain’t that good.”. We’ll overnight at the Buffalo Bill Resort in Cody. (Meals: B)
TUESDAY – JULY 28
As they say, “You ain’t seen nothing yet”! After yesterday’s collection of scenery and attractions - what next?
Anything scheduled today would have a tough act to follow, but what you’ll see today might just be more
beautiful than anything you’ve ever seen before. After traveling thru more of beautiful Wyoming this morning,
we’ll leave visit the Big Horn National Park. The rims, the gorges, the caverns, the waterfalls, the colored rock
walls cannot be described. I have never seen anything like this place. Our drive will take us up to over 9000
feet before we start our descent. The roadway lowers toward the bottom of beautifully sculptured colored rock
walls. Every turn in the road brings on constant change. It’s not as deep as the Grand Canyons, but picture
yourself driving thru the Grand Canyon at the bottom…...looking up. Bring lots of film. Tonight’s our chuck
wagon dinner shows. We’ll overnight in again in South Dakota.. (Meals: B & D ).
Today we head toward Mitchell, South Dakoka. You’ve no doubt heard of the Corn Palace. If not, I’m going
to leave it to your imagination. We’ll overnight in Mitchell where we’ve another very special dinner planned.
(Meals: B & D)
THURSDAY & FRIDAY-JULY 30 & JULY 31
During the last two days of our vacation, we’ve still got a lot to see and do enroute home. During these last
two days, we’ll play games, watch movies, catch up on our napping and relive all the beautiful sights we’ve
seen and cherish the new friends we’ve made. Meals Thursday: (B & D) Meals Friday: (B)
TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION, CALL 584-9395 OR 1-800-874-3166
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