Hershey's Chocolate World, with its marketplace, shops and restaurants sweetly beckons our tour this morning. Once here you
can take the chocolate tour, offering views of the chocolate making process, view a spectacular 3-D Show,*and/or participate
in special chocolate tastings. Later, continuing on our way north, we’ll make a special stop at the Corning Glass Center*, a
showcase and museum for the art and science of glassmaking. Here you will witness first-hand how craftsman and artisans work
superheated glass into beautiful decorative pieces; at the conclusion of our visit, you will have the opportunity to purchase these
unique items for yourself or a loved one in the Center’s wonderful gift shop. Afterwards, the tour will head to Niagara Falls to
enjoy its beautiful night views. In what’s now a 140-year-old tradition, every evening the Falls are illuminated in changing colors of
Today we’ll truly experience Niagara Falls in its full fury and majesty—as the most powerful waterfall in North America, an average of 4
million cubic feet of water falls over the crest every minute. First, at the IMAX Niagara Falls* “The Falls Movie: Legends and Daredevils,
” we’ll see and hear the unforgettable stories of the courageous few who have dared the waters of the powerful Falls. Next, we’ll take a
thrilling boat ride aboard the world-famous Maid of the Mist* which offers up close and exciting views of the Falls (seasonal).
The tour then proceeds to in Boston in the evening, you will also have a chance to sample some delicious lobster*, a Boston favorite,
For winter special schedule (Nov - Mar), if time is available we will go to the Old Fort Niagara(optional), located at the mouth
We will take a city tour of Boston in the morning, beginning with the campuses of Harvard University and MIT, two of the most
prestigious places of higher learning in the world. The tour will continue to Boston Common, a 50 acre park in the heart of the city
and the oldest park in the United States; Trinity Church with its beautiful interior that features over 21,500 square feet of murals
and stained glass windows; and the glass-covered John Hancock Tower, the tallest structure in Boston. Season and weather permitting
, we will take a harbor cruise* to observe Boston's working port and examples of extravagant waterfront living. Next it’s on to yachting
hotspot Newport, Rhode Island, where we will visit the Breakers Mansion*, the opulent former summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt
II that was built at a cost of approximately $150 million in today's dollars. As we make our way back to Boston, we’ll stop to visit the
Anything in common between Presidents Bush and Clinton? Yale University at New Haven must be one of the few items on the list.
What a beautiful college town! Back to NYC in the afternoon; focus on the diverse downtown area: Little Italy, SOHO, and Chinatown
. Walk through City Hall Park, and experience Brooklyn Bridge by foot. Or you may enjoy the Broadway show after 7PM, and back to
the hotel at your own expense ($120/4-6 persons). The show ticket reservation and the transportation back to hotel can be also arranged
by the tour guide;
We start off our tour in New York City by heading to Ground Zero, site of the tragic events of September 11th, to pay our respects
and to witness the massive rebuilding efforts. From there we head to Wall Street at the heart of the financial district, home to America's
wealth and business interests. The tour proceeds to Chinatown, the largest Asian community in the United States. We will take in a
Waterway cruise of the New York City harbor, where you can view the city's magnificent skyline and sights, including the busy South
Street Seaport, the Statute of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge from the Hudson and East River. An entertaining and informative tour
guide will provide interesting facts about all of the sights that make this city special. We will visit Rockefeller Center, NBC Studios,
and the surrounding shopping district along Fifth Avenue, where cutting edge fashion and luxury brands reside. No tour of New York
City would be complete without a tour atop the Empire State Building, where on the 86th floor, 1,050 feet above the city's bustling streets,
the Observatory offers panoramic views from within a glass enclosed pavilion. We will also see the newly transformed USS Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum. The tour continues to the bright lights of Time Square and the Broadway Theatre District. We will&nb
Hotel accomodation, transportation, and tour guide.
1. Full payment must be paid at least 30 days prior to departure date. Failure to comply with the payment requirement will result in cancellation of your reservation.
2. Please triple re-confirm the name used for reservation is the name listed on the passport. Once tickets are issued, penalties will apply for alternations.
3. Cancellation policy:
Air ticket once issued is 100% non-refundable.
Land only package:
(i). 15 days before departure: The Service Fee will be charged;
(ii). 8-14 days before departure: 50% of the tour fare will be charged;
(iii). Within 7 days of departure: No refund will be given.
4. No refund shall be given for any portions of the tour unused by the passenger on his/her own accord.
5. Since air tickets, accommodations, transportation and meals have to be arranged in advance in peak seasons such as Chinese New Year, Easter, summer vacation, Christmas and New Year, no change including departure date, name, tour, and itinerary is allowed.
PICK UP: 6:45AM 620 Perry Pkwy, Gaithersburg, MD 20877(Hilton Gaithersburg) Drop off: 10:00PM 715 H Street At 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001 (Corner of 8th ST)
6:45AM 620 Perry Pkwy, Gaithersburg, MD 20877(Hilton Gaithersburg)
10:00PM 715 H Street At 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001 (Corner of 8th ST)