“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.” sung by Patti Page ca 1950’s
Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket & Boston
SEPTEMBER 10 - 15, 2018 - 6 DAYS
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Come along with us as we visit beautiful Cape Cod. A guided tour of this pine-scented peninsula will highlight bustling harbors, sea captain homes, and the Cape Cod National Seashore with its pristine beaches and windswept dunes. Visit Hyannis, home of the Kennedy family, to see the John F. Kennedy Memorial, Korean War Memorial and St. Francis Xavier Church. Approach land’s end at Provincetown, a haven for artists and fishermen. Enjoy a Dune Excursion Ride. Treat your taste buds to a lobster dinner in Hyannis.
Walk in the Footsteps of President Kennedy
A special feature of this tour is the Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum. Throughout this tour we will walk in the footsteps of the Kennedy Family as we travel throughout Cape Cod and Boston.
Day 1 (September 11)
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.
Day 2 (September 12)
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. Enjoy a gourmet dinner at the hotel.
Day 3 (September 13)
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.
Day 4 (september 14)
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. Arrive at Boston’s Marriott Quincy for a three-night stay. Enjoy a gourmet dinner at the hotel.
Day 5 (September 15)
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.
Day 6 (September 16)
Breakfast at the hotel. Visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum featuring special Centenary Anniversary Exhibits. Fly home.
"Though its sweeping beaches and weather-beaten, shingled facades recall Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket has a blustery island spirit all its own. Its colonial heritage is still far more evident than on the mainland, just 30 miles away. Over the past decade the island has become a favored destination for sea and scene-loving urbanites, who travel to Nantucket for the promise of swanky retailers and restaurateurs. But outside of "town" (such as it is), the island's windblown, starkly beautiful dunes and moors feel almost as remote as they must have a century or four ago."
-- Courtesy of Travel + Leisure
"This triangle-shaped island — sitting about 8 miles off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts — has been a secret summer hideaway of the rich and famous for more than a century. Today, the "Hollywood East" reputation is going strong — thanks to frequent visitors like President Barack Obama, David Letterman and Bill Murray, among many others. But despite the all-star summer lineup, a laid-back lifestyle rules the island. The main draw rushing Vineyard visitors off the ferry is the chance to let their hair down for a long weekend. Sure, you'll find insanely expensive summer cottages, and a pricey dining atmosphere to match, in some corners of the town of Chilmark. But low-key towns like Vineyard Haven and Menemsha are still predominantly focused on their marine industries and offer a more casual experience. Even the island's must-have souvenir — a Black Dog sweatshirt — is informal. So swap the stilettos for your scrappiest flat sandals, and do play it cool when you spy some film stars in Edgartown; everyone deserves a slice of a Vineyard vacation."
--Courtesy of US News & World Report
"Bursting with Yankee pride, Boston attracts visitors for its rich past and vibrant present. From Boston Common to Faneuil Hall to Fenway Park, the city is a hub of American history and culture. Buzzing neighborhoods such as the North End, Beacon Hill, and Back Bay mix venerable landmarks and lively street life. On the other side of the Charles River is bustling Cambridge, home of Harvard University and MIT. Wherever you choose to explore, Boston’s locavore restaurants, chic galleries, and tempting shops are all easily accessible on satisfying strolls."
--Courtesy of Fodor's
John F Kennedy Presidential Library
"Visit us in our striking I.M Pei building on Boston’s waterfront. Located on Columbia Point, the Library and Museum is set on a ten acre park landscaped with pine trees, shrubs and wild roses reminiscent of the landscape of Cape Cod familiar to President Kennedy. Experience our Museum through our three theaters, period settings, and 25 dramatic multimedia exhibits, and enter the recreated world of the Kennedy Presidency for a “first-hand” experience of John F. Kennedy’s life, legacy, and leadership."
--Courtesy of the Kennedy Presidential Library
Enjoy Some Gourmet East Coast Seafood
Photos courtesy of the Massachusetts Office of Tourism & Travel
LET'S GET GOING
Your plane ticket is purchased, your hotel rooms are reserved, your dinners are arranged, tip and tax are pre-paid, your trip is insured, your tickets to entertainment and attractions are purchased, your escort is ready,
all that is left.....IS YOU.
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY: $2998.00 PER PERSON
SINGLE OCCUPANCY: $3439.00
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