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Fall Foliage Trains of New England

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Price per person: $1235.00

Walking Guide 3

Walking Guide 3 requires moderate amount of walking possibly on uneven surfaces; longer and shorter days; possible air travel with long walks to terminal gates.

Take in some “leaf peeping” aboard trains while enjoying dinner and lunch along the way.  Plus visit Hancock Shaker Village and the Norman Rockwell Museum.

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Fall Foliage Trains of New England

October 15-19, 2020 | 5 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata    Lv-7:00 am Rt-9:15 pm

Price per person: $1,235 Double   $1,759 Single
$1,201 Triple    $1,176 Quad
Deposit – $150 per person at registration

4 breakfasts    3 lunches    4 dinners

Day 1 *View the fall colors en route to New England *Visit the famous Norman Rockwell Museum, seeing the original illustrator’s oil paintings made famous by Life Magazine *Enjoy a welcome dinner together *Overnight in Great Barrington, MA (D)

Day 2 *Start the day at Hemmings Automobilia—an old filling station filled with memorabilia and a museum of 27 vintage automobiles *Visit Bennington Apple Barn, enjoying a narrated bus ride to the top of the 300-acre Apple Orchard and viewing Southern Vermont *Enjoy a slice of hot apple pie a la mode and shop their extensive gift shop *Travel to Vermont Country Store, a unique merchant specializing in products that aren’t sold anywhere else and run by the 4th and 5th generation of their family *Board the Meredith Station of the Winnipesauke Railroad Turkey Dinner Train for a delicious hot roasted turkey dinner on the two-hour trip through the scenic mountains of New Hampshire *Overnight in Gilford, NH (B, L, D)

Day 3 *Ride a beautiful Fall Foliage train traveling by lakes Waukewan and Winona and along the Pemigewasset River, to Plymouth *Have a hot buffet luncheon at the Common Man Inn *Tour the restored Ashland Railroad Station, including a souvenir trip booklet filled with pictures and history *Travel to Pepi Herrmann Crystal Gallery, seeing the revival of brilliant cut crystal *Learn about this fascinating art and see a demonstration of crystal cutting *Dinner at a local restaurant *Overnight in Gilford, NH (B, L, D)

Day 4 *Board the MS Mount Washington for a beautiful scenic one-way ride on Lake Winnipesaukee (one of the largest enclosed lakes in one state) *Stop at the Oldest Summer Resort in America, Wolfeboro, for free time and lunch (on own), as well as shopping in this delightful resort town *Visit the Wright Museum, dedicated to exhibits and everyday life of World War II *Dine at the Salem Cross Inn for a Fireside feast *Watch your meat rotated over wild cherry logs, creating unsurpassed delicious flavors to the beef! *Finish the day with an Apple Pie demonstration and a slice of pie with whipped cream *Overnight in Sturbridge (B,D)

Day 5 *Visit Hancock Shaker Village in Pittsfield, MA, a living history museum whose mission is to bring the Shaker story to life and preserve it for future generations It is a former Shaker commune that was established by 1790 and active until 1960. See firsthand how the Shakers lived and worked. *Enjoy an included meal in the area before traveling home (B, L)

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