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Pacific Coast
June 3 -12, 2020
Map and Highlights - This tour is a "Scheduled Departure" - Cancelled
  • 9-Nights, 15-Meals
  • Seattle Space Needle
  • Pikes Place Market
  • Museum of Glass
  • Festival of Roses
  • Columbia River Gorge
  • Oregon Aquarium &
    Oceanographic Museum
  • Redwood National Park
  • Sonoma Wine Country
  • San Francisco
Price Per Person: Double- $ 3,097.00
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Day 1: Arrive Seattle, WA

he Evergreen State welcomes you today as you arrive in Seattle, the “Emerald City.” Your tour director will meet you at the airport. Then transfer to downtown Seattle and check in for a two- night stay. After some free time to settle in and relax, join the group for a welcome dinner.

Day 2: Seattle, WA

This morning departs for a tour of Seattle including the historic downtown area, Pioneer Square and the Seattle Center for a ride to the top of the Space Needle. Then visit Pike Place Market, the oldest continuously operating market in the United States. You will have time for lunch on own and to shop at this fascinating multi-level bazaar, where you can buy anything from an old clock to an octopus! In the late afternoon board, a cruise ship for a scenic ride across Puget Sound to Tillicum Village where you will experience Native American history and culture. Enjoy a salmon feast followed by native dance and music before returning across the sound with a spectacular view of Seattle’s nighttime skyline. (B, D)

Day 3: Seattle - Portland

Depart Seattle and travel to Tacoma where you will visit the intriguing Museum of Glass. Continue your journey south to Mt. St. Helen’s National Volcanic Monument where you will witness nature’s awesome destructive power along with its incredible ability to recover. Arrive in Portland, the “City of Roses,” for a tour of the city including the famous Portland Rose Gardens. Check into the hotel in downtown Portland for a two-night stay. (B)

Day 4: Festival of Roses - Japanese

Today we are in for a real treat as we get to experience the Festival of Roses! There will be time to enjoy the pre-parade entertainment, and then we will take our seats in the Memorial Coliseum to view the parade. Afterwards it will be lunch on your own downtown. After lunch join back up with the group for a private tour of the Portland Japanese Garden. The Garden sits nestled in the hills of Portland, Oregon’s iconic Washington Park, overlooking the city and providing a tranquil, urban oasis for locals and travelers alike. After your private tour enjoy some free time in the park to see the exhibit on display and visit the gift shop. You will be able to end this amazing day the way you want it with dinner on your own. (B)

Day 5: Columbia River Gorge

Depart this morning for sightseeing of the famed Columbia River Gorge including Multnomah Falls, Bonneville Dam and the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center. After lunch on own, travel along the Hood River with spectacular views of Mt. Hood stopping at the Timberline Lodge. Return to Portland and enjoy dinner on your own.(B)

Day 6: Oregon Coast

This morning you will depart your hotel south through the Willamette Valley to the lush Coastal Mountains while on your way to the scenic Oregon Coast. You'll stop in Lincoln City for lunch, then have the opportunity to see the world's shortest river - the D~River - and the world's smallest harbor, Depoe Bay. Continue down the coast to Newport for touring of the Oregon Aquarium and the Oceanographic Museum. After checking into your hotel in Newport, the evening is free to explore on your own. (B, L)

Day 7: Redwood National Park

After breakfast we will make our way into the breath-taking Redwood National Park, and lunch at the Trees of Mystery. Later, you'll continue on to Humboldt State Park. Then get ready for an overnight stay in the heart of California's redwood country in Eureka, California. (B, L)

Day 8: Eureka – San Francisco

Today you will continue on into California's Wine Country, stopping at a winery in Sonoma to taste some of the finest vintages produced in the world! After an included lunch, cross the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco, where you are free for the remainder of the day to do some shopping and exploring. Your hotel is located in Union Square, right in the heart of the city with easy access to everything that is San Francisco. (B, L)

Day 9: San Francisco

Explore the "gateway to the Orient" this morning as you enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour of San Francisco. See the Civic Center, Golden Gate Bridge, Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, Chinatown, and much more. After this delightful chance to become better acquainted with San Francisco, the rest of the afternoon is free for you to continue exploring on your own. This evening joins your fellow passengers for a farewell banquet at one of the restaurants on Pier 39. (B, D)

Day 10: Home

Morning transfer to the San Francisco Airport has been included. As your flight departs, relax and think back on the wonderful memories that you are taking home with you. (B)

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