We’re Now Taking Reservations For Our:
DELTA QUEEN WEEKEND GET-A-WAY
MARCH 13-14, 2010 (Saturday & Sunday)
I Thought About Calling This Our “Let’s Go Back In Time” Tour
Because That’s What We’re Going To Do. We’re Going Back In Time 100 Years To Enjoy A Weekend Of
Charm, Elegance, Fine Dining, Wonderful Music, Good Friends and,
Well, Maybe A Small Complication Of A Murder Thrown In For Good Measure!
We’re now taking reservations for this most unique weekend trip. 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.
We will be making a “pick-up” stop in Dickson & Nashville for those of you who live in that area. 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 later - first let’s take a look at all the adventures we’ve planned for you. We’ll depart Camden
at 8 a.m. spending the morning getting to know each other and share the excitement of this new weekend trip.
LET’S GO BACK IN TIME TO THE EARLY 1900’S
THE DELTA QUEEN
You’ve seen the likes of the Delta Queen riverboats traveling up and down the Mississippi either in person or
in movies. There’s always the ladies in the fine gowns, the gentlemen bowing to the ladies, the gamblers out
to take your money and the likes of Mark Twain always on board. The food, the music, the décor, the
attentive staff and the accommodations are beyond first class. Eighty eight guest rooms fit for a king and, of
course, the mahogany staircase fit for his queen to ascend will take your breath away.
Well, the Delta Queen sails no more. After first setting sail in 1927, it is now permanently docked in
Chattanooga and we are going to spend an afternoon, evening and morning on this grand old Lady on March
13th & 14th and you’re invited. With its mahogany staircases, ruby-red rudders, brass fixtures, and steam
calliope, this National Historic Landmark is one of the most unique places to spend the night in the South. We’
ll arrive early afternoon on Saturday, have time for a tour of this fine Riverboat before our musical dinner
show. Afterwards, we’ll relax and talk with friends before retiring to our luxury stateroom for the evening.
Waking up to a lazy Sunday morning on the Delta Queen is so peaceful. We’ve got some good hot coffee
waiting for us and a boundiful hot breakfast buffet hearty enough for any riverhand. But before long, we must
say goodbye to the “river way of life” and travel deep in the “backwood” of Warren County.
It’s known as the “Biltmore of Tennessee”. Built about 100 years ago. Some say it’s haunted. It fell on hard
times and was almost torn down. But it refused to die.
Restored a few years ago it’s now open to “inquiring minds”.
In it’s heyday, movie stars and local politicians, senator and governors, famous folks like Wild Bill Hickok and
Calamity Jane and Jack Daniel and other “never-do-wells” likes ladies of questionable behavior would come
to the parties given by the owners (The Faulkner’s of Warren County, Tennessee).
During one such party something went so very wrong. A shot rang out from the kitchen. Someone done bit
the dust. It will be our duty to solve the MYSTERY. Oh, don’t worry. We won’t let something so minor keep
us from continuing with our lunch. We’ll arrive back in Camden around 6 p.m.
Hopefully, it won’t be one our group that gets shot and left behind.
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation—Services of Professional Guides
Delta Queen Overnight Accommodations with Baggage Handling
3 Meals Including Entertainment & Tax/Tips
(Dinner & Breakfast On Delta Queen – Lunch At Falcon Rest)
CALL TO REQUEST A COMPLETE BROCHURE 584-9395 OR 1-800-874-3166