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Mackinac Island & Thunder Bay Resort

Monday, September 18, 2017

Price per person: $1695.00

Step back to a time of horse-drawn carriages where no automobiles are permitted.  View elk, deer and other wildlife en route to a five-course meal at Elkhorn Log Cabin at Thunder Bay Resort.

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Date: Monday, September 18, 2017

Pickups: Lancaster, PA Ephrata, PA

Departure: 8:00 am

Return: 8:30 pm

Mackinac Island & Thunder Bay Resort

September 18-25, 2017   |   8 days

Pickup:  Lancaster, Ephrata
Lv-8:00 am     Rt-8:30 pm

Price per person: $1,695 Double   $2,097 Single
$1,554 Triple     $1,486 Quad
Deposit – $200 per person at registration

Avoid $ loss; purchase travel insurance

7 breakfasts  3 lunches   5 dinners

Day 1 *Travel westward  *Dinner and overnight in Rossford, OH  (D)

Day 2 *Explore the family home of Edsel Ford  *Tour, with local guide, of Frankenmuth, MI, named “Michigan’s Little Bavaria”   *Leisure time in town *Dinner and overnight in Frankenmuth, MI  (B, D)

Day 3 *Lunch at Mackinaw Crossings, a Victorian complex  *Board ferry to Mackinac Island, taking us  back to a time of horse-drawn carriages where no automobiles are permitted  *Dinner and overnight at  Mackinac Island (1st of 2 nights)  (B, D)

Day 4 *Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage tour of the Island   *Take a carriage ride to The Grand Hotel, the “Jewel of the Island” and also the world’s largest summer hotel since 1887  *Feast on a bountiful lunch buffet at The Grand Hotel  *Relax for an afternoon at leisure (many options)  *Overnight on Mackinac Island  (B, L)

Day 5 *Explore our hotel and Mackinac Island this morning—walk the streets, rent a bicycle or relax *Ferry to mainland and travel to Thunder Bay Resort  *En route, stop at the Call of the Wild Museum, featuring 60-plus exhibits of animals and their habitats  *Dinner and overnight at Thunder Bay Resort (1st of 2 nights)   (B, D)

Day 6 *Explore the shipwrecks of the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary  Aboard our boat with large glass-bottom viewing wells, we will “dive” through the crystal clear water to the wrecks—without getting wet.   *Visit the Great Lakes Maritime Heritage Center  *Enjoy free time and lunch (on own) in Alpena   *View the Lighthouses of Presque Isle, one of the oldest surviving lighthouses on the Great Lakes   *Return to Thunder Bay Resort  *Ride to dinner onboard a horse-drawn wagon, viewing elk, deer and other wildlife en route  *Feast on a five-course meal at Elkhorn Log Cabin   *Overnight in Thunder Bay (B, D)

Day 7 *Tour the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI, a complex of indoor exhibitions that will help you rediscover America   *Overnight in Avon, OH  (B, L)

Day 8 *Tour the workshop of Warther Museum and Wood Carvings in Dover, OH   *Drive homeward  (B, L)