Featuring Wisconsin Dells, a famous family resort with plenty of natural beauty and attractions for all, combined with Lake Geneva a resort city in southeastern Wisconsin. Here the lakeside Shore Path is dotted with Gilded Age mansions, many built by wealthy Chicagoans.
One Hundred Years ago Detroit was a boomtown, come visit the City, learn of the era when the automobile industry exploded, when Alcohol was Prohibited and when the migration of African American musicians into the City created wonderful new sounds.
Chicago, the city that arguably defined the Jazz Age, Prohibition, gangster wars, flappers and boom times, thrived and survived the ’20s. And like the rest of America, it started the decade like a giddy adolescent, grew up in 1929 when gang wars built to a bloody crescendo and the stock market crashed.
Celebrate the American Spirit with Branson’s annual Fourth of July Celebration – Liberty Light Up. See dazzling fireworks and an evening concert. This patriotic trip includes visits to the Veterans Memorial Museum and Patriots Park at the College of the Ozarks.
Forget Reality TV! Come meet the real housewives of the Ohio Amish. It’s a first-hand look at a day-in-the-life of Amish Women. You will see how household chores are performed without electrical appliances, you meet women who are running a business without modern technology. You will return home with a new found respect for the Amish lifestyle and a better understanding of Amish beliefs.
Shop on the Magnificent Mile, marvel at Chicago’s bold architecture during a Boat Cruise, enjoy Navy Pier and the thrills on Lake Michigan, plus a fun evening of theatre.
This is a combination of Michigan’s most unique destinations. Each having a significant European heritage that we have combined into one fascinating itinerary. On this trip you will see Bavarian Frankenmuth, the Victorian Resort of Mackinac Island, and the Dutch settlement of Holland.
Uniquely American, and unique in America, your imagination will quickly capture the “Somewhere in Time” feeling. This is an 1890’s Resort Island that literally has no automobiles. The architecture is preserved as it was then. It is as though you step through a portal when you step off the ferry. Here you not only visit a new destination, you visit it in a past moment.
A great getaway this journey to Northern Michigan features the music of troubadour Gordon Lightfoot, a visit to Mackinac Island and a night at the Thunder Bay Resort where you learn about Elk!