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Bob Neff Tours

“The earth belongs to God. Everything
in all the world is His!” -Psalm 24:1

Virginia Beach and Norfolk, VA

Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Price per person: $849.00

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.

Cruise two hours on the “Tall Ship,” American Rover and attend the International Military Tattoo, with its precision drill displays of some of the world’s finest military groups in native uniforms.

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Virginia Beach and Norfolk, VA

April 14-17, 2021    |    4 days

Pickup: Lancaster, Ephrata, York    Lv-8:00 am   Rt-9:00 pm

Price per person: $849 Double   $1,082 Single
$771 Triple    $732 Quad
Deposit – $100 per person at registration

3 breakfasts    1 lunch    3 dinners

Day 1 *Drive south to Virginia Beach *Browse Norfolk Botanical Gardens, home to the largest collection of azaleas, camellias, roses and rhododendrons on the East Coast *Tour the garden by tram and boat *Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant *Spend three nights at a Virginia Beachfront hotel, featuring a private, furnished balcony for taking in the spectacular Atlantic Ocean views (1st of 3 nights) (D)

Day 2 *Watch live taping of the 700 Club at CBN Studios *Take guided behind-the-scenes tour *Have a driving tour of Regent University, home of the American Center for Law and Justice *Lunch at Swan Terrace in Founder’s Inn *Cruise for two hours on the “Tall Ship,” American Rover—beautiful sailboat *Attend the International Military Tattoo with its precision drill displays of some of the world’s finest military groups in native uniforms *Overnight in Norfolk (B, L)

Day 3 *Visit the Cape Henry Memorial Park, first stopping at the Cape Henry Memorial Cross, set up in memory of the wooden cross erected by the English colonists in 1607 *Take a short walk to the two lighthouses of Cape Henry—the first one built in 1792 and the second, still in use today, was built in 1881 *Enjoy time on your own in Virginia Beach Town Center shopping and having lunch *Tour the Military Aviation Surf and Rescue Museum (B, D)

Day 4 *Enjoy free time at our beautiful Beachfront hotel this morning *Tour The Battleship Wisconsin, Nauticus in Norfolk, VA, one of the largest and last battleships ever built by the U.S. Navy *Experience this majestic ship that earned five battle stars during WWII *Lunch on your own at the military-themed cafe, The BB-64 Cafe *Have dinner together on the way back to Lancaster. (B, D)

 

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