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Christmas at the Cove & the Billy Graham Library

Monday, December 03, 2018

Price per person: $949.00

Tour the beautiful Biltmore Estate decorated for Christmas.  Join other believers in singing carols at the Cove and see “Christmas at the Library.”


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Christmas at the Cove & the Billy Graham Library

December 3-7, 2018 | 5 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata, Harrisburg
Lv-7:00 am    Rt-9:30 pm

Price per person: $949 Double $1,198 Single  $866 Triple  $825 Quad
Deposit – $125 per person at registration

4 breakfasts   3 lunches   2 dinners

Day 1 *Travel to Natural Bridge, Virginia, to see this interesting rock formation  *Lunch in an historic hotel  *Overnight in Briston, TN (L)

Day 2 *Drive to Asheville to tour beautiful Biltmore Estate Decorated for Christmas, it houses over 100 Christmas trees, along with lots of Christmas activities *Overnight in Asheville, NC (B, L)

Day 3 *Sing, with other believers, the carols of Christmas in a special event at the Cove *Tour the Training Center and visit the gift shop *View evening holiday light display at the North Carolina Arboretum *Overnight in Asheville, NC (B, L)

Day 4 *Drive to Charlotte for “Christmas at the Library”  *Tour the boyhood home of Billy Graham, visit the Library and the gravesites of Billy and Ruth Graham This Christmas event has lots of activities, including carriage rides, a live nativity, and other celebrations of this season. *Enjoy a special Christmas Dinner at the Library *Overnight Charlotte, NC (B, D)

Day 5 *Take a special tour of Thorlo Socks, 100% American made socks with an interesting managerial style *Head homeward, enjoying dinner en route (B, D)


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