Rockin' the Boardwalk in Virginia Beach

Rockin' the Boardwalk in Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach Boardwalk
Travel Dates
October 13-16, 2020
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Tuesday, October 13: Travel to Virginia Beach, Beach Boys Boardwalk Bash

7:30AM: Motorcoach will depart from Lancaster, AC Moore store located in Lancaster Shopping Center on the Oregon Pike/
Route 272 side of the store.

8:30AM: Depart from Harrisburg, AAA Central Penn, 2301 Paxton Church Rd; travel to Virginia with appropriate rest and meal
stops en route.

This evening check into the hotel with time to freshen up before a boardwalk bash dinner show. Put on your colorful beach
attire and get ready for a California blend of dinner and dancing at the Beach Boys Boardwalk Bash.
Hotel: TBA, Virginia Beach, VA. (Dinner)

Wednesday, October 14: Virginia Beach Military Aviation Museum and a Concert by “The Sounds of the Supremes”
After breakfast depart with our guide for a motorcoach sightseeing tour of Virginia Beach. As you enjoy the beautiful views
of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay, you’ll learn about the history of Virginia’s largest city and get the pulse on
current day in this resort town. While on the tour you’ll see the First Landing Cross at Cape Henry where the English colonists
first came ashore in 1607 prior to settling at nearby Jamestown. Walk out on the overlook to see where the bay and the
ocean meet, and where the famous Battle of the Capes took place during the Revolutionary War. A stop will be made at the
Old Cape Henry Lighthouse. Built in 1792, this lighthouse was active until the late 1800’s and is currently a Virginia Historic
Landmark. You will have time to climb to the top of the Lighthouse and to browse in the gift shop. As we ride down the resort
strip, you’ll get a chance to see the historic Cavalier Hotel as well as the Tidewater Veterans Memorial, a unique structure
which pays homage to veterans everywhere.

Visit the Virginia Beach Military Aviation Museum, home to one of the largest private collections of World War I and World War
II era military aircraft in the world. A delightful lunch will be served while listening to a musical tribute to Frank Sinatra and
a flyover by a historic airplane. Dinner will be on your own this evening at the Virginia Beach Town Center before tonight’s
entertainment “The Sounds of the Supremes,” a group dedicated to the energetic pop music of the Supremes.
(Breakfast, Lunch)

Thursday, October 15: Naval Station Norfolk, Dolphin Watching Cruise, Evening with the Jersey Boys “Lets Hang On!”
After breakfast, meet our guide and depart for another day of touring. We’ll drive by the historic homes built for the 1907
Jamestown Exposition on “Admiral’s Row” and the military vessels, including magnificent battleships. Arrive the Naval Station
Norfolk. Active-duty military personnel will board the motorcoach and narrate throughout the base. Enjoy lunch at a local
restaurant, followed by a dolphin watching cruise. On this 90-minute cruise you’ll experience close-up observations of the
marine environment and its inhabitants as we glide through the waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Then, it’s off to a night of fun,
starting with a delicious Italian-themed dinner followed by another marvelous music show by “Lets Hang On” a tribute band
for The Jersey Boys and Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Friday, October 16: Travel to Central Pennsylvania
After breakfast, enjoy some free time before departing for Central Pennsylvania with appropriate rest and meal stops en
route. (Breakfast)

Your Trip Includes

• Free parking with roundtrip motorcoach transportation
• Three night’s hotel accommodations
• Baggage handling (1 bag per person)
• Meals: 3 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners
• All tours and admissions as listed per itinerary
• Local Guide Service
• All taxes and gratuities
• Services of a Discoveries Journey Manager

Trip Cost
Double $1,169.00
Single $1,389.00
Triple $1,129.00
Quad $1,099.00


$300.00 per person due at time of booking to confirm your reservation. Final Payment Due: August 21, 2020

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