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									Famous monuments and memorials, world-renowned institutions and “history in the making”...

April 24—28, 2008
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: “Monuments by Moonlight” tour Smithsonian Museum choices Mount Vernon luncheon tour & Potomac River cruise Washington sightseeing National Portrait Gallery Georgetown visit Alexandria visit DC sightseeing and more!
For information and reservations, please contact:

Plymouth Travel Tours
phone: (603) 536-2403 or (800) 682-0135 13A Town West Road Plymouth, NH 03264 email: info@plymouth-travel.com website: www.plymouth-travel.com

THURSDAY, APRIL 24
Depart for our Nation’s Capital with your Plymouth Travel Tour Director. Your modern motorcoach is airconditioned and restroom equipped. Enjoy movies and fun along the way. Stops will be made for rest breaks and lunch on your own. Dinner will be included en route at Old Country Buffet. Upon arrival in Washington D.C., check into your hotel. (D)

FRIDAY, APRIL 25
Start your day at the National Portrait Gallery, representing the wonderful diversity of individuals who have left–and are leaving–their mark on our country and our culture. As the nation's only complete collection of presidential portraits outside of the White House, the "America's Presidents" exhibition lies at the heart of the Portrait Gallery's mission to tell the country's history through the individuals who have shaped it. Generations of other remarkable Americans are kept in the company of their fellow citizens at the Gallery and through the visual and performing arts, we celebrate leaders such as Martin Luther King Jr., artists such as Mary Cassatt and George Gershwin, activists such as Sequoyah and Rosa Parks, and icons of pop culture such as Babe Ruth and Marilyn Monroe. They all link us to our past, our present, and our future. For anyone fascinated by famous Americans and their stories, the National Portrait Gallery is a must-visit destination. This afternoon is yours to explore the National Mall, “America’s Common”, on your own. The National Mall stretches from the U.S. Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial and is home to many inspiring monuments. It is also home to a number of museums and galleries, including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum and many of the Smithsonian Institution buildings. Later , meet your Tour Director for an IMAX theater presentation. Dinner is on your own tonight followed by an evening tour of the “Monuments by Moonlight.” Your tour will include some of the city's most prominent landmarks such as the Capitol Building, the White House, the Jefferson Memorial, FDR Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument as well as Embassy Row, the National Cathedral, JFK Center for the Performing Arts and more. (B )

SATURDAY, APRIL 26
This special day begins with a narrated cruise on the Potomac River followed by a tour of Mount Vernon, the home of George and Martha Washington. George Washington is celebrated as the first President of the United States, but here you can get to know America’s first hero as an architect, innovative farmer and successful entrepreneur. Take a step back in time as you tour the restored plantation, stables and gardens. Partake in a hearty helping of colonial charm as lunch is served by waitpersons in period costume and find distinctive gift items in the shops of Mount Vernon. Please note that there is a significant amount of walking required for the Mount Vernon tour. Next, visit Alexandria, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and nationally recognized for its abundance of 18th- and 19th-century architecture, historic attractions, award-winning restaurants and eclectic shopping. Alexandria’s history reads like a Who’s Who of American History. George Washington, George Mason and Robert E. Lee are just a few of the famous Americans who had a hand in the heritage of this bustling seaport. Learn about the Ramsay House, a replica of the home of Scottish merchant and founder of Alexandria William Ramsay; Captain’s Row, a picturesque block of Federal homes built by sea captains; Gadsby’s Tavern, an important political and social center because of its location on the stage route between Boston and Williamsburg; George Washington’s Townhouse and more. A group dinner is included tonight. (B, L & D)

SUNDAY, APRIL 27
This morning, choose to attend services at the National Cathedral or visit Washington’s National Zoo. After lunch on your own at historic Union Station, journey to Arlington Cemetery and remember the American patriots, both humble and well-known, whose final resting place is in the wooded hills of Arlington. Here, you will board the tour mobile and tour the grounds with stops at Arlington House, the Kennedy gravesites and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. In addition to historic monuments and inspiring memorials, Washington D.C. is a city of colorful and diverse neighborhoods, filled with hip boutiques and galleries, historic homes and small museums, urban parks and spectacular gardens. Visit Georgetown, once a thriving colonial port, and now a charming historic neighborhood. Georgetown features specialty stores and intriguing restaurants and is home to the Dumbarton House, Tudor Place, the C&O Canal and the Old Stone House. Tonight enjoy a special farewell dinner. (B & D)

MONDAY, APRIL 28
After an included breakfast, say farewell to Washington D.C., but not to the memories made on this tour. Enjoy a day of movies, games and surprises as we journey home. Stops will be made for rest breaks and lunch on your own. (B)

GENERAL TOUR INFORMATION
COST: $ 889 per person (double occupancy) $ 779 per person (triple occupancy) $ 719 per person (quad occupancy) $1,269 per person (single occupancy) RESERVATIONS AND PAYMENTS: Deposit: $100 per person to confirm your reservation Balance Due: February 15, 2008

INCLUDED IN YOUR TOUR: • Round-trip deluxe motorcoach transportation • 4 Nights hotel accommodations and taxes • 8 Meals: 4 breakfasts, 1 lunch & 3 dinners • Potomac River cruise & Mount Vernon luncheon tour • Washington D.C. sightseeing • “Monuments by Moonlight” tour • Smithsonian Museum choices • National Portrait Gallery • Alexandria sightseeing • Georgetown sightseeing • IMAX show • Services of a Plymouth Travel Tour Director

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NOT INCLUDED IN YOUR TOUR: Travel Insurance Items of a personal nature Meals and admissions where not specified Gratuities for driver, local guides & Tour Director

Plymouth Travel Tours – Multi Day Tours Reservation and Payment Information
Reservations and Payments: Reservations will be accepted subject to availability at the time of a request. Deposit is due within 5 days of confirming a tour reservation. $100 per person deposit due for multi day tours of 2-6 days. $250 per person deposit due for all tours 7 days or longer. Unless specified, final payment for all tours is due 60 days prior to tour departure. Payment can be made in person or by phone. Checks, Cash, VISA or MasterCard are accepted. Cancellation Charges: If you cancel for any reason prior to tour departure, the cancellation fees are as follows: More than 60 days prior to departure, your deposit is non-refundable. Less than 60 days prior to departure, your full payment is non-refundable. Name Changes / Transferring Reservations: There is no charge for name changes / reservation transfers on multi day motorcoach tours if the change is made 60 days or more prior to departure. Within 60 days of departure on a multi day tour, all rules of the tour operator, airlines and cruise lines will be in effect. In addition, there is a $50.00 per person administration fee. Tours Do Include: Transportation, services, meals, lodging, sightseeing and entrance fees to attractions as stated in the itinerary, and taxes and gratuities for included services unless otherwise indicated. Tours Do Not Include: Sightseeing entrance fees or meals unless specifically listed in the itinerary as included, travel insurance, all items and expenses of a personal nature and gratuities to tour directors, coach directors or special guides. Accommodations: Accommodations are based on double occupancy. Single rooms are limited. Triple/quad rooms usually have two double beds. Typically Hotels have additional charges for a rollaway bed. Baggage Allowance: Each traveler may bring one large suitcase and one carry-on bag small enough to fit in the overhead rack on board the coach. Trip Cancellation Protection: Optional cancellation insurance is strongly recommended. Participants are urged to review their insurance requirements with their personal insurance agent or consider the CSA policy available from Plymouth Travel. CSA provides coverage for cancelled and interrupted trips, medical costs, travel accidents and lost/stolen baggage. The CSA policy is self-administering. If you would like to purchase coverage, call CSA direct at (800)348-9505 or access the CSA web-site at www.csatravelprotection.com. Gratuities: Gratuities are included for the wait staff of included meals. The customary end-of-tour gratuities to the driver and tour director are voluntary and should be given on an individual basis for a job well done. Suggested amounts: $2-3 per person per day to each the Driver and the Tour Director. Fuel Surcharges: Due to the volatility of fuel costs, our contracts with airline, cruise lines, and motorcoach companies includes their right to increase their charges based on unanticipated increases in fuel prices. Travelers with Special Needs: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Plymouth Travel will make reasonable efforts to accommodate the special needs of tour participants. Travelers needing special assistance must inform Plymouth Travel at the time of booking to determine what assistance might reasonably be made available by Plymouth Travel. Notes: By signing up for this tour, consent is given to use your photo on our website, in print, etc. unless advised otherwise. Responsibility Statement: Plymouth Travel Incorporated, herein referred to as PTI, acts only as an agent on behalf of its tour patrons in arranging transportation, accommodations, sightseeing and other services. They are not responsible for deficiencies on the part of hotels, restaurants, airlines, cruise lines or any other company providing tour inclusions. PTI, nor any of its representatives, shall not become liable or responsible in any way in connection with means of transportation or other services for any loss, injury or damage to, or in respect of, person or property however caused or arising. We reserve the right to change any arrangements herein set forth should conditions necessitate, offering substitutes of equal value, or to cancel any scheduled tour. PTI is not responsible for delays, extra expenses or any other inconveniences to passengers due to weather conditions, other “Acts of God,” and acts of terrorism. The right is reserved to decline, to accept or retain any person as a member of a tour at any time.

Tour arrangements by: Plymouth Travel Tours · 13A Town West Road · Plymouth , NH · 603-536-2403 · 800-682-0135 Email: info@plymouth-travel.com · Website: www.plymouth-travel.com


								
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