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Mayflower Cruises & Tours – 2021

Iceland departing 7/14/21 Best of Scandinavia departing 7/14/21 New England & Canada Autumn Cruise departing 9/25/21 Sensations of Lyon & Provence departing 10/5/21 Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta departing 10/8/21 Blue Danube Cruise & Oberammergau Passion Play – FREE airfare until 3/31/21 Any promotions will be reflected on the traveler’s final payment invoice.   BNT Partnership Tours […]

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Fall Foliage Photo Blog

Tour Name:  Fall Foliage Trains of New England Tour Date: October 12-16, 2019 Tour Director: Yang Bontrager Tour Highlights: The beautiful fall foliage was our first delightful greeting into New England, followed by many interesting sights such as the Rockwell Museum, the apple orchards, and Sturbridge Village. Some of the highlights were the picturesque sceneries that we […]

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Photo Blog: Cranberry Harvest 2018

BNT Group Tour: Cranberry Harvest in Cape Cod Date: October 8 – 12, 2018 Tour Director: Bob Neff, Jr. & Cindy Neff Tour Director Highlights: “…Meandering through quaint, historic towns dating back to before the revolution. Enjoying refreshing strolls on gorgeous beaches. Eating scrumptious seafood in historic taverns. Experiencing the whole fascinating process of cranberry harvesting […]

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Vermont & New Hampshire & Boston including the Cog Railroad Photo Blog

BNT Group Tour: Vermont & New Hampshire & Boston including the Cog Railroad Dates: September 24-29, 2018 Tour Director: Patti Olson Tour Highlights: Rockwell Museum, Boston, Concord, Castle in the Couds, Kancamagus Highway, Cog Railroad, and Lake Champlain. Lastly Burlington, the Shelburne Museum, and Lake George…WOW!!! Related BNT Travel Blog: Tour North (with Spider Cake Recipe!) Amazing […]

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Tour North (with Spider Cake Recipe!)

Let’s celebrate Spider Cake! Whether we travel “North of Lancaster” or not, baking a Spider Cake is a delicious way to usher in Autumn—or, to wish it here already! This New England skillet cake even has a surprise inside. By pouring heavy cream over the cake, a sweet layer of custard appears after it’s baked. What? Spider […]

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Did You Know – 7 Fascinating Facts About Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most fascinating places in North America. Here are 7 interesting facts about Niagara Falls. Do you know the answers to these questions? No peeking!  Is Niagara Falls public or private lands? Is the water fresh or salty? How many people visit a year? Between which bodies of water does the […]

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The Hills Are Alive With Music – Visit the Trapp Family Lodge

Byline: Karen Leslie A Trip Down the von Trapp Family Lane The Sound of Music, based on the true story of Maria von Trapp, happens to be one of my favorite movies with its memorable lines: “High on a hill was a lonely goat herd…” “How do you solve a problem like Maria? How do […]

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Norman Rockwell Top 10 Illustrations

Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978) 20th-century American author, painter, and illustrator who created 323 illustrations and 47 covers of The Saturday Evening Post. Picture this: small town America, the family gathered for dinner, patriotism, goodness, and hope. Capturing the best of every day life in America. That’s Norman Rockwell’s creative legacy. BNT will visit the Norman Rockwell […]

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BNT Featured Tours: North of Lancaster

You like a little nip in the air, a cozy fire, fall foliage, pines draped with the whitest snow, a cool New York lake, church steeples in a gentle valley—enough! Take me there! Enjoy the scenes from our featured tour and more! Want to catch fall foliage this year? There’re still seat available on our […]

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Visit New England Lighthouses

Byline: Karen Leslie Lighthouses are both beacons of warning and welcome. We’ve a long history of exploring the waters by boat. At some point, we must make our way back to the land. Lighthouses are set upon a mound of rocks, a high point on land along the coastline, on flat sandy shores, a harbor […]

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