SEE THE LONGEST COVERED BRIDGE
Offered By: Coach USA
Geneva-On-The-Lake is filled with the most wonderful things to see and do.
Operates: No scheduled departures
Tour Length: 2 Days, 1 Night
Departs From: Akron, OH – Canton, OH - Alliance, OH – Salem, OH – Columbiana, OH
Single Room - $375.00
Double Room - $299.00
Triple Room - $299.00
Quad Room - $299.00
Ashtabula County, including Geneva-On-The-Lake in Ohio is filled with the most wonderful things to see and do and it is the home of America’s longest covered bridge as well as being Ohio’s First Summer Resort. Your lovely overnight accommodations will be included at the Lodge at Geneva conveniently adjoining to Geneva State Park which has beautiful paved walkways to enjoy a walk in the park if you wish. Throughout our stay, we will visit local attractions, covered bridges, shops, dinner at a winery, and take in all this wonderful corner in Ohio has to offer.
June 1 - Today we head to Ohio’s most lovely corner in Ashtabula County near Geneva-on-the-Lake. Our first stop will be at the Ridgeview Farm and Country Market located in the Amish Country where the owners are proud to share the history of this real working farm - visit the farm market with produce that is in season. Our guide will meet us and take us on a wonderful day of touring throughout this county. Other stops today will include the Amish Home Craft & Bakery where we will learn how the Amish have their weddings right in their homes as well as other interesting facts. Mrs. Miller also normally has a homemade treat for us during our visit. Our guide will narrate about the area as we travel along today. Later this afternoon, we will check into our charming lodge at Geneva-on-the-Lake which is connected to the scenic Geneva State Park and borders Lake Erie. There are lovely paved walkways and paths for those interested in a stroll through the park which is along the water - beautiful scenery to take in. We will then enjoy an included dinner at one of this area’s many wineries, the Grand River Cellars Winery and Restaurant to top off a delightful day. This evening’s dinner is a festive event and always loved by all with delicious food along with wine tasting - fun! We will arrive back at our lovely lodge for a free evening to enjoy as you wish. You may want to take a walk from your hotel in to the "strip" area which is normally filled with outside nightlife, shops and eateries. (D)
June 2 - Breakfast on your own this morning along with time to enjoy a leisure morning at the lodge. We will meet our guide once again and visit more landmarks in the area including a few of the many covered bridges, all with their own individual history. The Smolen Gulf Bridge claims the distinction of being the longest covered bridge in the nation and the fourth longest in the world. It includes covered walkways on each side for those wishing to stroll across its 613 feet as it spans 93 feet above the scenic Ashtabula River. It was dedicated in August 2008 when completed at a cost of eight million dollars. The shortest covered bridge is located in this same county and you will have a chance to see it as well. There will be time for lunch and to browse the friendly shops at Ashtabula Harbor. After lunch, we will travel to Burton, Ohio and the Century Village Museum. The Century Village Museum is an authentic representation of a Western Reserve Village from 1798 to the end of the 19th century. The Museum contains over twenty historically authentic buildings, more than 15,000 artifacts, and a working farm with sugar bushes for making maple syrup. We will enjoy a guided tour of the village which includes a showcase of historic artisans practicing crafts of the 18th and 19th century in America such as weaving, rug hooking, woodworking and more. After our delightful tour of the Century Village Museum, we will head home after a wonderful visit to Ohio’s most lovely corner!
THIS TOUR IS HOSTED BY BUTLER MOTOR TOURS
- Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation
- 1 Night Hotel Accommodations
- Several Covered Bridges
- 2 Meals:
- 1 Bag Lunch
- 1 Dinner
- Touring Mentioned Above
- Luggage Handling and Taxes
This is a Gold Card Program Tour, which can earn you $100 in Free Travel.
Terms and Conditions:
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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. Also, on air trips with low passenger counts, we may not be able to provide an escort from our company. However, we will provide airport transportation*, plus a guide from our connecting company will meet you upon arrival at your destination and be with you throughout the entire tour. (*If only a few are going on a given air tour, we will pay your airport parking fee in lieu of using the coach.)
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.
TAXES AND GRATUITIES:
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.
Gad-About Tours, Inc. is bonded, insured, and registered with the ICC, number MC 198451. We act only as agents and are not responsible to any person for any loss of time or money due to a change or delay beyond our control. Nor are we responsible for non-performance by those we have contracted with. Any claims against Gad-About Tours Inc. must be made, in writing, within 30 days of the trip.
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