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Tour Date Span: 08/13/17 — 08/30/17
Tour Name: Great Pacific Northwest (see day by day info)
Tour #: R39870
Departure Date: 08/13/2017
Description: 18 Days - 17 Nights - 28 Meals

You will not want to “Miss the Bus” on this fantastic journey to one of the most scenic areas in the United States! This once in a lifetime adventure features the best of the northwest including Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Big Sky Country of Montana, Little Big Horn National Monument, Glacier National Park, Seattle, Coeur d’Alene, Alpine Leavenworth, Portland, Columbia River Gorge, Multnomah Falls, Mt. Rainier and Mt. St. Helens, Craters of the Moon, Estes Park, the Colorado Rockies and so much more.

A $300 Deposit is due at booking

Cost Per Person: $3,299.00 Double Occupancy
$2,999.00 Triple Occupancy
$4,799.00 Single Occupancy
Tour Inclusions: Roundtrip Transportation via Croswell's Deluxe VIP Motorcoach Seventeen (17) nights’ accommodations Seventeen (17) breakfasts, One (1) Boxed Lunch, Ten (10) Dinners All admissions and attractions as described above All taxes and gratuities on included meals and lodging All luggage handling
Day 1 We depart early this morning to begin our exciting trek to the Great Northwest! We travel today to Madison, Wisconsin, for an included get-acquainted dinner and overnight stay. D
Day 2 This morning, we travel northwest through the beautiful farmlands of Wisconsin to the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. This afternoon, on our city tour, we’ll learn why there are two cities here instead of just one. This evening we’ll discover and explore the world’s premier retail and entertainment complex – Mall of America! We spend the night in the Minneapolis area. B
Day 3 We depart the Minneapolis area this morning headed for North Dakota. In Little Falls we tour the boyhood home of Charles A. Lindbergh, the former United States Congressman who became famous for his 1927 New York to Paris flight. You will be sure that we are headed west when we enter the wide-open spaces of North Dakota, bound for our overnight in Bismarck. Dinner is included this evening. B, D
Day 4 After leaving Bismarck we set our sights for the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Here we will stop by the South Visitor’s Center and also visit Roosevelt’s Maltese Cross Cabin. Next it’s on to the Big Sky Country of Montana as we make our way to Billings, the largest city in Montana for our overnight stay. Dinner is included this evening. B, D
Day 5 This morning after our departure we backtrack just a bit so that we can visit the famous Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, the scene of Custer’s “last stand” where Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and 215 men were killed by Sioux and Cheyenne warriors on June 25, 1876. We continue to Great Falls, Montana and visit the very interesting Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. We’ll overnight in Great Falls with an included dinner enjoyed together. B, D
Day 6 Today, we travel through one of the most outstanding scenic parks in the world. Glacier National Park offers a million acres of the finest mountain scenery. The famed “Going to the Sun Highway” is included in our tour. Our drive includes U-shaped valleys and high peaks carved by vast glaciers that covered this area during the last Ice Age. We exit the Park at Lake McDonald, the largest lake in the Park. The high mountain town of Kalispell is our home for the night. B
Day 7 This morning we travel south along the shores of Flathead Lake into the valley surrounded by the Flathead Indian Reservation and touch the National Bison Range. Entering scenic Idaho we stop at Lake Coeur d’Alene, a spectacular spot in the panhandle of the state. We cruise the pristine waters, then travel to Spokane, Washington for overnight. B
Day 8 After departing Spokane this morning we travel west to the delightful Bavarian alpine village of Leavenworth. The high surrounding peaks make you feel as if you are in the European Alps. There will be time for browsing the downtown shops with lunch on your own in this quaint village. This afternoon we continue on to our destination of Seattle. We check into a local area hotel for the next two nights. After checking into our hotel we will enjoy dinner together in tour. B, D
Day 9 This morning you will enjoy a guided tour of Seattle, the “Emerald City”. See Puget Sound, the residential areas, the Seattle Center and shoreline. This afternoon we will visit the famous Space Needle. This evening’s dinner will be on your own. B
Day 10 This morning we will depart bright and early for Mt. Rainier, one of the most striking landmarks in the Northwest. A box lunch will be provided before departing for Mt. St. Helens where you will explore this majestic wonder. We’ll pause at the Interpretation Center to see a film on this geologically active area. The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers has spent millions of dollars here since the eruption of the volcano. Our overnight takes us to Portland, Oregon where we settle into a suburban hotel for a two night stay. B, L
Day 11 This morning we meet our local guide for a most awesome day of sightseeing. Our first stop takes us through one of the most scenic areas of the United States, the Columbia River Gorge. We visit the Dalles Dam and see the world famous Multnomah Falls, cascading some 620 feet. We’ll also stop at Bonneville Dam, with its fishlocks and ladders. We’ll return to Portland this afternoon to refresh for our included Portland Spirit Dinner Cruise. A vibrant setting enhanced by dazzling city sights and city lights, our evening is filled to the brim with festive cuisine and lively entertainment. This is the ultimate Portland experience. B, D
Day 12 We depart Portland this morning after breakfast and set our sights for an enjoyable travel day, taking pictures along the way. We come to rest this evening near Boise, Idaho, enjoying an included dinner together. B, D
Day 13 Today is another great day of exploring the wonders of the Northwest. We’ll travel from Boise to the Snake River Plain, a volcanic terrain that spans all of southern Idaho. Here, Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve is one of the best places in the world to see the awesome effects of volcanism. For 15,000 years, lava eruptions have created a landscape that has forced animals and plants to adapt, and people to endure or detour, and to ponder. We’ll continue through the Sawtooth National Forest until we come to rest for the night in Ogden, Utah. B
Day 14 Today we pass along the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. Carved through the Uinta Mountains by the Green River, Flaming Gorge offers spectacular views from 1,400 feet above the Red Canyon. Laramie, WY is our home for the night. This evening’s dinner is included. B, D
Day 15 It’s up bright and early for our drive just north of Denver to Estes Park. Cradled in the center of more than 50 peaks reaching 12,000 feet, Estes Village is surrounded by thousands of acres of wilderness. Enjoy your time here before departing for our overnight stay in Denver. Dinner is included in tour this evening. B, D
Day 16 After a very nice breakfast we’ll be on our way east. Enjoy scenery of the great Midwest today as we continue traveling into Kansas and our overnight in Salina. B
Day 17 Today as we travel eastward we will stop in Abilene to visit the boyhood home of Dwight D. Eisenhower, as well as the Eisenhower Museum. Our overnight this evening will be in Columbia, Missouri. Our farewell dinner will be enjoyed together this evening. B, D
Day 18 We depart after breakfast for our last day’s journey. Plan to arrive home this evening anxious to share photos and memories with family and friends. B