Tuesday, November 18, 2003
8:30 AM - 4 PM
Travel to Plymouth, America's first permanent settlement.
along Plymouth's historic waterfront, view Plymouth Rock
before boarding the Mayflower II, a full - size replica
of the ship that carried the Pilgrims to the New World. Upon
arrival at Plymouth Plantation, take a self - guided tour of
the 1627 Village and Indian campsite. As you step back
in time, "interpreters" make the 17th century come
alive. Then, enjoy a traditional 17th century luncheon that
includes sampling of English and Wampnoag dishes.
Includes: Deluxe motor coach Transportation, Narration by a Professional
Tour Guide, admissions to Plymouth Plantation and the Mayflower
II, 17th century luncheon.
The North Shore: Seaside Villages
Wednesday, November 19, 2003
8:30 AM - 4 PM
A short distance from Boston you will find some of New England's
most picturesque seaside villages. Experience the uniqueness of
Marblehead, the racing yacht capital of the world. Marvel
at the breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the rocky
coastline at Castle Rock on Marblehead Neck. Wind
through Old Town to view period homes of the 17th and 18th
centuries. In Salem, learn about the importance the maritime industry
once had, and the infamous witch trials of 1692 as you tour through
this period community. Enjoy a guided tour of the House of
the Seven Gables, the home that was the inspiration for Nathaniel
Hawthorne's classic tale before a group luncheon at the historic
Hawthorne Hotel. After lunch, there will be time on your own to
stroll among the shops at Pickering Warf, or you may choose
to visit the Salem Witch Museum or Peabody & Essex
Museum which houses a vast collection of art and antiques from
the China Trade.
Includes: Deluxe motor coach Transportation, Narration
by Professional Tour Guide, admission at the House of Seven Gables,
Tuesday & Wednesday only: $200 -
Advance; $250 - On-site
Buses will depart from the Dalton Street Entrance of the Sheraton
Tours will involve walking and participants should dress accordingly.
Comfortable walking shoes and layered clothing are recommended.
Spouse Program sponsored by:
Kester Solder - Northrop Grumman