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Trains of New England

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Price per person: $2249.00

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.

Dine on the romantic Grand European Style Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train, enjoying a five-course meal.  Board the Conway Scenic Railway for viewing some of the most dramatic natural scenery in the East and capture some photos of the colorful foliage.


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Trains of New England

June 19-24, 2024 | 6 days

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

Price per person: $2,249 Double    $2,725 Single
$2,225 Triple   $2,175 Quad
Deposit – $150 person at registration

Avoid $ loss; purchase travel insurance.

5 breakfasts    2 lunches    5 dinners

We are offering this tour in cooperation with Berkshire Tour Company.

Day 1 *Travel to Boston before checking into your hotel *Enjoy a buffet dinner at the hotel *Overnight in Andover, MA (D)

Day 2 *Board the Amtrak Downeaster to Maine *Disembark the train to board your coach *Take a narrated driving tour of the coastal villages of Kennebunk and Kennbunkport *Drive past the sandy beaches and rocky coastline, past the George Bush Estate at Walker’s Point *Have lunch on your own at Dock Square in Kennebunkport *Travel to Perkins Cove, where you’ll find the start of the Marginal Way Shoreline Walking Path with benches to sit and watch the surf, a pretty drawbridge, boutiques and bobbing lobster boats *Visit the Nubble Lighthouse *Enjoy a Maine lobster dinner *Overnight in Ogunquit, ME (B, D)

Day 3 *Cruise Mount Washington Lake to Winnipesauke and enjoy a scenic one-way ride on Lake Winnepesauke (one of the largest lakes enclosed in one state) aboard the M/S Mount Washington *End at the port of Wolfeboro, The Oldest Summer Resort in America *Browse the Wright Museum, a museum about the World War II years *Have lunch and free time on your own in Wolfeboro *Dine on the romantic Grand European style Cafe Lafayette Dinner Train, enjoying a five-course meal *Overnight in Lincoln, NH
(B, D)

Day 4 *Head to New Hampshire and board your train at the Conway Scenic Railway *Ride along what once was the Maine Central Railroad’s famed Mountain Division line, on tracks that were laid in the 1870’s *View some of the most dramatic natural scenery in the East as you travel through spectacular Crawford Notch, listening to live commentary onboard telling the history and folklore of the railroad and area and enjoying your box lunch *Continue touring through the White Mountains, seeing the best of New Hampshire’s foliage with photo stops along the way *Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant *Overnight in Lincoln, NH (B, L, D)

Day 5 *Depart for Vermont, stopping at the Vermont Country Store *Arrive in Bennington at the Publyk House for an included lunch *Visit the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, nestled in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts and well known for its extraordinary collection of Impressionists and Renaissance paintings, as well as the works of popular American Artists such as Frederic Remington and Winslow Homer *Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant  *Overnight in Great Barrington, MA (B, L, D)

Day 6 *Browse the Norman Rockwell Museum, seeing many of the illustrator’s works in the original oil paintings *Travel toward Stockbridge, the picture postcard town where Norman Rockwell lived and worked as well *Have free time and lunch on your own in Stockbridge *Take time to visit the Red Lion Inn, seeing the antique furniture, the famous “teapot collection” (hundreds of teapots from all over the world) *Depart for home (B)


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