|Join us for an exciting weekend in Kentucky as we enjoy the popular
“OLE KENTUCKY DINNER TRAIN & THE STEPHEN FOSTER STORY”
June 6 & June 7, 2009 (Saturday & Sunday)
We’ll Visit Two Historic Sites;
President Lincoln’s Birthplace & Also His Boyhood Home,
And, for The Guys,
The Popular Corvette Museum.
And folks have been requesting that we repeat it as soon as possible.
Look At All We Have Planned For You This Weekend.
We’ll depart from Camden at 7 a.m. and travel on our luxury motorcoach with reclining seats, large picture
windows, VCR monitor, PA system, and, an on board rest room for your comfort.
• Saturday: Dinner on the Old Kentucky Dinner Train & Stephen Foster-The Musical.
• Sunday : President Lincoln’s Birthplace & His Boyhood Home, Plus The Corvette Museum
That will be the cry of the Conductor as we climb on-board for a trip back to “yesteryear”. A full five course
gournet dinner is in store for you in the nostalgic dining cards with their fine china, white tablecloths, bud
vases with a flower on each table, hanging lamterns, red velvet window curtains, elegant brass, polished
mahogany, with our servers all decked out in their finest tuxedos.
You won’t even have to close your eyes to pretend that you’re back in the 1940’s with these vintage dining
cars from the ‘40’s pulled by a 1950 L & N Railroad engine, just like the trains that stopped at the depot in
your hometown. Our travels will take us by several of Kentucky’s famous distilleries; Jim Bean, Old Barton,
Ole T. W. Samuel’s & more. Rugged farmland, ranches and the hillsides of Burnheim Forest will pass our
windows while we’re dining. As we near Jackson Hills, our Engineer will slow the train down as we cross
the timber trestle, 300 feet long and spanning a 60 feet deep revine. It’s the end of the line so be sure to
watch how they turn the train around for our return journey to Bardstown.
Dinner is over so now we’re scheduled to go back further in time from the 1940’s to around 1850 with the
musical production of Stephen Foster-The Musical. This is opening night for this years season and we’re
very fortunate to get tickets for the Gala event.. At the new outdoor state-of-the-art amphitheater, nestled
in My Old Kentucky Home State Park, music will fill the air as lights shimmer from the trees as you enjoy
songs like Oh! Susanna, Camptown Races, Beautiful Dreamer, My Old Kentucky Home and over 50 more
heartwarming melodies written by Stephen Foster. Spectacular period costumes, live choreography and
the outstanding orchestration will bring his story to life and make this an event you’ll remember forever.
• Sunday: President Lincoln’s Historic Sites & The Corvette Museum
After breakfast it’s back on board our coach for the trip home, but our adventures are far from over. Our
first stop this morning will be at the boyhood home of President Lincoln. Then, on down the road a bit, we’
ll tour the “dirt floored” log cabin birthplace of President Lincoln that we’ve always heard about.
After lunch, we’ve planned an exciting stop that everyone will enjoy, especially the guys! We’re stopping at
the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. This 68,000 sq. ft. building houses more than 50
Corvette models and one-of-a-kind concept cars. Also on hand are thousands of Corvette related photos,
movies and videos, advertisements, scale models and memorabilia.
You’ll especially enjoy the classic Corvettes in period settings such as an old timey 50’s style service
station, etc. Another highlight will be the actual one-millionth Corvette,
produced right here in Bowling Green.
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation—Services of Professional Guides -
2 Days/1 Night First Class Hotel Room with Baggage Handling – All Admissions shown in the Brochure-
2 Delicious Meals (1 Breakfast / 1 Gournet Dinner) - Including Tax & Tips
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