2014 Winter Motorcoach Tours
January thru March – Don’t miss out, join us!
Southern Hospitality in New Orleans | March 10 to 18, 2014
New Orleans is said to be the melting pot of culture, food and music and is touted as one of the world’s most fascinating cities. Her history is steeped with influences from Europe, the Caribbean, and Africa and beyond. The mystery of area swamps and the Cajun heritage, as well as the historic tales of the French Quarter and Bourbon street keep visitors coming back. Join us as we fuse ourselves into New Orleans through history, food, culture, and music.
$28 discount if paid in full by 12/10/13.
Sign up by December 30th due to Mardi Gras.
John Deere Highlights | March 25 to 28, 2014
This tour could just as easily be referred to as an All-American Tour.
Whether you’re a kid – or a big kid at heart – the John Deere tour brings you to the headquarters, factory, and home of the man himself, John Deere. A name that is as American as apple pie!
In addition, we also stop at the Rock Island Arsenal, an active US Army facility located on an island in the Mississippi and at one time served as a Union Army Prison Camp. In the historically referenced novel Gone with the Wind, Ashley Wilkes was sent to Arsenal Island during the Civil War.
The Sullivan Brothers Veterans Museum is a part of our American history. This touching museum begins with each visitor getting a dog-tag of someone who served and at every war exhibit you can run the dog tag across the scanner to learn about the Iowa soldier who wore those tags.
While we call this the John Deere Highlights tour, there is so much to see, learn, and enjoy on this tour to our neighboring states
$11 discount if paid in full by 12/25/13
Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City at Cherry Blossom Time | March 31 to April 13, 2014
This tour brings us to three cities that collectively have had more historic impact on our nation than any other. Both New York City and Washington, D.C. have been known as the most powerful cities in the world, but for very different reasons.
In stark contrast, we take a more peaceful pace in Pennsylvania to visit Lancaster County, America’s oldest Amish settlement, where thousands still live a centuries-old lifestyle.
Our Cherry Blossom tour remains a favorite as it takes us to some of the most treasured spots in our country and at a time when the landscape could not be more beautiful.
$51 discount if paid in full by 12/31/13