“If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air, quaint little villages here and there, you’re sure to fall in love with Old Cape Cod.” by Patti Page ca 1950’s
Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket & Boston
wALK IN THE fOOTSTEPS OF pRESIDENT jOHN f. kENNEDY
Visit Hyannis, home of the Kennedy family, to see the John F. Kennedy Memorial, Korean War Memorial and St. Francis Xavier Church. In Boston, visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
John F. Kennedy Memorial
Guided Tour of Martha’s Vineyard
Nag’s Head Lighthouse
Oak Bluffs Gingerbread Homes
Cape Cod National Seashore
Dune Buggy Excursion on the Cape
Guided Tour of Cape Cod
Cape Cod Lighthouse
Guided Tour of Nantucket
Lobster Dinner in Hyannis
Historic Daniel Webster Inn Dinner
Guided Tour of Boston
Old North Church & Freedom Trail
Guided Tour of Lexington & Concord
John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum
Fly into Boston, MA. Start your trip by visiting the colonial village of Plymouth with sweeping views of the bay. See the famous Plymouth Rock. Arrive on beautiful Cape Cod and visit the John F. Kennedy Memorial. Check in to the Holiday Inn Hyannis for a 3-night stay. Enjoy a welcome reception at the hotel. Dinner on the Cape.
Breakfast at the hotel. Ferry to island of Martha’s Vineyard. Take a guided tour of the island and see: Vineyard Haven, Edgartown and Oak Bluﬀs with its brightly painted gingerbread cottages, Scenic Nags Head Lighthouse and ocean bluﬀs near Jacqueline Kennedy’s Aquinnah estate. Relax with free time on the island. Take a ferry back to Cape Cod. Dinner on the Cape.
Breakfast at the hotel. Embark on a day long guided tour of Cape Cod: charming villages, Cape Cod National Seashore, Eastham Windmill, Cape Cod Lighthouse, Kennedy sites including St. Francis Xavier Church of Hyannis. Approach land’s end at Provincetown where sand dunes & ocean surround. This is where the pilgrims ﬁrst landed. Take a Dune Tour Excursion Ride along the shoreline of protected lands. Free time in the artists/ﬁshermen village of Provincetown. Feast on a Lobster dinner in Hyannis.
Breakfast at the hotel. Ferry across Nantucket Sound to Nantucket Island passing the Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport. Learn about the history of Nantucket on a guided tour of the island. Free time on this colonial island with an option to visit the fascinating Whaling Museum. Dinner at historic Daniel Webster Inn on the Cape. Arrive at Boston’s Marriott Quincy for a 2-night stay.
Breakfast at the hotel. Explore the rich history of Boston on a guided tour along the Freedom Trail including the Old North Church, Boston Commons, Beacon Hill, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway & more. Free time for lunch at the historic Quincy Market. Guided tour of Lexington and Concord. Eat dinner at the oceanfront Charthouse Restaurant in downtown Boston.
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum featuring special Centenary Anniversary Exhibits. Fly home.
THE AMERICAN CLASSIC DIFFERENCE:
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN YOUR TOUR?
Free Home Pickup & Return
Private Group Airline Check-In
Round Trip Airfare & 1 Checked Bag
Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
5 Nights Deluxe Hotel Accommodations
10 Meals: 5 Breakfasts and 5 Dinners
All Attractions, Tours, Admissions
Luggage Handling Throughout Tour
All Tips & Taxes Included
American Classic Tour Director
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DOUBLE OCCUPANCY: $2797.00
SINGLE OCCUPANCY: $3208.00
*Add optional Travel Guard Travel Insurance to your package:
Travel Guard’s Travel Insurance includes trip cancellation and interruption, emergency medical and transportation, and luggage insurance.
Insurance Rate Double Occupancy: $201.00
Insurance Rate Single Occupancy: $231.00
$850.00 deposit per person with reservation. Final payment due 6/5/19. Refund Policy: Cancellations prior to or on 6/5/19 receive a full refund less a $50 cancel fee. Cancellations after 6/5/19 with insurance purchased, refunds will be processed through Travel Guard Insurance. Cancellations after 6/5/19 without insurance purchased, there is no refund.