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Country Inns & Covered Bridges * October 15 - 19, 2017
Offered By: Coach USA
Country Inns & Covered Bridges of New York & Vermont and Lake George.

Operates: No scheduled departures
Tour Length: 5 Days, 4 Nights
Departs From: Akron, OH * Canton, OH * Alliance, OH * Salem, OH * Columbiana, OH

Single Room - $1,445.00
Double Room - $1,175.00
Triple Room - $1,145.00

Tour Description: 

The first time we did this excellent tour based out of picturesque Lake George.  Our Senior Driver, Brian, came back saying "It's one of the best I've ever been on - a 5-star rating!"  Brian's been everywhere, so when he says it's good, it's GOOD!!  Have plenty of film in your camera, and come along this year!

Package Includes:

  • Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation
  • 4 Nights Accommodations  
  • 11 Meals:
    • 4 Breakfasts
    • 3 Lunches
    • 4 Dinners
  • Sightseeing as Described Below
  • Local Tour Guide While Touring
  • Luggage Handling and Taxes

Tour Itinerary:

DAY ONE:  We get acquainted as we travel to Dover, Vermont, and check into our home for tonight, the Grand Summit Resort at the base of Mt. Snow, where dinner awaits.  Rest up for some gorgeous days ahead!  Meal: Dinner

DAY TWO:  Such a perfect time of year to tour in the scenic region known as New England.  We begin in Bennington to see the area's quaint Covered Bridges, such as the Silk Bridge and Paper Mill Bridge.  On we go to the Bennington Museum to learn of southern Vermont's rich heritage and see the Grandma Moses Schoolhouse.  Lunch is at the Publyk House, a restored 3-story horse barn overlooking the villages and full of pure Vermont charm!  We'll also see the famous West Arlington Covered Bridge with Norman Rockwell's Vermont home on the other side - walk thru it into The Sugar Shack with Vermont goodies and Rockwell exhibit.  On we go to charming Manchester and the Lincoln Family Home known as "Hildene", a 1905 mansion built by the son of Abe himself, Robert Todd Lincoln.  Visit the Weston Country Store, an icon of Vermont and step back in time with all kinds of old-fashioned goodies for sale!  Traveling through beautiful countryside and picture-postcard villages, we arrive at Killington Grand Resort for our overnight.  Experience breathtaking views of the Green Mountains and a lovely dinner here.  Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY THREE: A great day awaits us as we are welcomed to the President Coolidge Homestead and Village.  this is considered one of the best-preserved Presidential sites in the nation - see the General Store, Church, Barns, and more as time allows.  Journeying on, we'll  stop for a panoramic photo opportunity from the bridge at Quechee Gorge, know as "Grand Canyon of the East" - definitely awe-inspiring - plus enjoy lunch at the top of the falls!  One of our favorite New England towns is picturesque Woodstock - browse the quaint stores, stroll the Village Green, and see famous Middle Covered Bridge - a wonderful visit.  Next is the New England Maple Syrup Museum in Pittsford, rated by gourmet food magazines as one of the Top 10 Food Museums in the country - WOW!  Taste the 4 grades of syrup, see a slide show and visit the sugarhouse - what fun!  Continuing on thru this scenic area, we arrive at our home for tonight, the Victorian 1827 'Middlebury Inn', listed on the Register of Historic Hotels of America and one of the loveliest Inns in all of Vermont.  With elegant design and Georgian red brick façade, it overlooks the village green as the tow is encompassed by thousand of acres of National Forest.  Enjoy tea refreshments upon arrival, time to stroll your charming surroundings and later, dinner at the Inn.  Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY FOUR:  Another Day of delightful "leaf peeping" as we see the Pulp Covered Bridge on our way to the Morgan Horse Farm owned by the University of Vermont.  Visit the stables and see how they're trained - then watch them have their own "spa" session complete with horse smiles (honest!).  Lunch today is at the historic Waybury Inn, made famous by the Bob Newhart Show - an authentic New England stagecoach inn!  Relax on the coach as we cross Lake Champlain at Crown Point Bridge and travel down Millionaire's Row along the 32-mile long beautiful Lake George.  A special treat will be cocktails and a tour of the grounds at Sagamore Resort on Greene Island, a 5-star Victorian Grand Dame of yesteryear with stunning views.  Continuing on to Queensbury, New York we arrive at the Log Jam Restaurant, an authentic log cabin.  You'll think you've walked into an Adirondack logging camp of 100 years ago.  An old pot-belly stove warmly greets you at the front door, wood plank floors stretch beneath your feet, pine logs cut from the mountains surrounding you, and massive stone fireplaces provide the perfect country setting fro dinner - a Gad-About favorite!  Our overnight is at the Ft. William Henry Grand Hotel - experience the huge porch and lobby overlooking the head of beautiful Lake George.  The original building was the "country inn" for rich and famous of yesteryear.  Meals:  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY FIVE:  Today we must return home bringing with us many beautiful and lasting memories of a thoroughly excellent New England countryside vacation!  Meal:  Breakfast

** SPECIAL NOTE **  The area that this tour encompasses boast an abundance of picturesque Covered Bridges.  All through our touring, we will be viewing these gems and giving you photo opportunities at as many a possible.  We estimate around 10, at the least!  Have plenty of film in your camera!


Important Note:

This is a Gold Card Program Tour, which can earn you $100 in Free Travel.


Departure Details:

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All of our tours are by late-model, deluxe wide-body motorcoach. They are equipped with air-conditioning, reclining seats, public address system, VCR, and emergency restrooms. Our intent is for all overnight tours to be professionally escorted for your convenience. Upon occasion, in order to avoid canceling a trip with a low passenger count, our driver may serve both positions of driver and escort, and all are professionally trained to do so. All Fly Trips include airfare from Cleveland Airport , transfers and air taxes and fess (subject to increase until paid in full). You will drive yourself to the airport. Trip insurance is available, and will be sent to you upon making your reservation for your individual consideration.

Your lodging is included on all overnight tours. All hotels are AAA rated. We never use second-rate hotels, restaurants, or activities on any tour, to the best of our ability to make that determination. Payment of telephone calls, room service, and other incidentals at places of lodging are the responsibility of the customer.

One suitcase per person is included in the price of your tour. You are also permitted a carry-on, which is your responsibility. Additional luggage may be transported at the cost of $5.00 per bag, per day. It is wise to travel light. Luggage tags are provided and required for hotel identification, and are sent with the final letter with the phone numbers of your hotels.

All taxes and gratuities for included meals and activities are included, unless otherwise mentioned by the Escort. Driver and Escort gratuities are not included in the price of the tour, and are optional. However, the suggested gratuity as posted by the American Bus Assoc. for a job well done is $2.00-$2.50 per person/per day for the tour escort, and $2.00-$2.50 per person/per day for the driver. We request that you express this on an individual basis, and let the quality of service received be your guide.

On all overnight tours, we use a daily seat rotation. The first day of a trip, we allow you to choose your seat when you get on, and rotate from there. We feel this is fair to all involved. If the coach is not full, a less formal rotation may be used at escort’s discretion.

We make regular stops for restrooms and for the convenience of smokers; however, we have a NO SMOKING policy aboard all coaches. This policy also applies to e-cigarettes.

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