|Day 1 ||Fri., Apr. 6th Fly to Atlanta, Georgia |
Fly to Atlanta, staying overnight in Morrow, Ga.
|Day 2 ||Sat., Apr. 7th Macon & Savannah (B, D) |
Enjoy Macon, Georgia, during its famous Cherry Blossom season. Visit the Tubman Museum of African Art, named for abolitionist Harriet Tubman. Stay two nights at the Staybridge Suites in Savannah’s historic district.
|Day 3 ||Sun., Apr. 8th Savannah Tour & Cruise (B, D) |
Explore Savannah by trolley tour through this graceful city of 24 park squares and oak-lined streets. After a cruise on the Savannah River dine at a local restaurant.
|Day 4 ||Mon., Apr. 9th Beaufort & the Gullah (B, D) |
Arrive in graceful Beaufort, where scenes from “Forrest Gump,” “The Prince of Tides,” and
“The Great Santini” were filmed. Take a narrated carriage ride of the town. Visit Penn Center for the Gullah culture where Martin Luther King Jr. planned
his march on Washington. Arrive in
Charleston for a two-night stay at the Hampton Inn Historic District.
|Day 5 ||Tues., Apr. 10th Historic Charleston (B, D) |
Tour Charleston’s historic district, with a stop at the Citadel, Charleston’s military college. Enjoy a relaxed afternoon with time to shop in the historic City Market. Tonight is a dinner cruise of Charleston’s harbor, including views of Charleston’s stately waterfront homes
|Day 6 ||Wed., Apr. 11th Tea & The Battery (B, D) |
On Wadmalaw Island, visit America’s only working tea plantation. Located on Charleston’s prestigious Battery Street, tour the Edmunton-Alston House and stroll along the lovely
|Day 7 ||Thurs., Apr. 12th Home (B) |
Travel to Altanta, stopping for lunch along the way. Fly to California and return to San