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Fall in New England / Crumpin Fox

Monday, September 09, 2019

Price per person: $1135.00

Walking Guide 2

Walking Guide 2 requires average amount of walking on a level surface; may have stairs, but an elevator or lift is available. This tour level could accommodate a walking aide, such as a wheelchair.

Spend four overnights at the delightful Inn at Crumpin-Fox and visit sights such as Calvin Coolidge’s home, D.L. Moody’s homestead and board the Essex Steam Train for a 2 1/2 hour ride.

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Fall in New England / Crumpin Fox

September 9-13, 2019 | 5 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata
Lv-7:00 am    Rt-8:45 pm

Price per person: $1,135 Double   $1,285 Single
$1,055 Triple   $1,055 Quad
Deposit – $150 per person at registration

4 breakfasts    3 lunches    5 dinners

Day 1 *Stop at Kringle Candle Company, son of the founder of Yankee Candle *Receive a red-carpet, personal welcome to the Inn at Crumpin-Fox *Enjoy a Welcome Dinner and music this evening at the hotel *Overnight in Bernardston, MA (D)

Day 2 *Begin with a trip to Hope Cemetery, where there are unique and beautiful monuments *Tour the Rock of Ages granite quarry, manufacturing plant, and Visitors Center and enjoy a picnic lunch *Visit Calvin Coolidge’s home *Enjoy dinner and musical performance at the hotel *Overnight in Bernardston, MA (B, L, D)

Day 3 *Board the Essex Steam Train for a 2½ hour ride on one of the few remaining steam locomotives still in operation *Cruise on a classic riverboat *Drive to the amazing Gillette Castle, perched atop one of the Seven Sister Hills overlooking the Connecticut River *Dinner and musical entertainment at the hotel *Overnight in Bernardston,

Day 4 *Depart for Rindge, New Hampshrie and see the Cathedral of the Pines, a memorial for our fallen heroes *Have lunch then head to the Moody Center and experience
D. L. Moody’s homestead His legacy began here and you can visit his burial place and walk into the great auditorium *Enjoy dinner and beautiful music once again at the hotel *Overnight in Bernardston, MA (B, L, D)

Day 5 *Travel homeward, making appropriate stops along the way (B, D)

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