CAPE COD 5 days/ 4 nights Sunday-Thursday June 13-17, 2021-$799 per person (double occupancy), $789 per person (triple occupancy), $779 per person (quad occupancy) $950 per person (single occupancy) includes 4 nights lodging ,luggage handling,welcome reception, 4 Breakfasts, 4 Dinners including a Lobsterbake and Thanksgiving Dinner in Plymouth, Guided tour of the Cape to Provincetown with afternoon Whale Cruise. Guided tour of Hyannis, Kennedy Museum,, Plimouth Plantation, Tour of Sandwich and Plymouth, Round trip ferry to Martha's Vineyard with tour. Departs from Hagerstown, Greencastle and Chambersburg.$100 per person deposit with balance due by august 15.
KLINE TOURS CAPE COD ITINERARY
Sunday June 13
Bus departures are 5:00 a.m. from Hagerstown, 5:30 a.m. Greencastle, 5:45 a.m. Chambersburg
Today we arrive at CAPE COD. After enjoying a wine and cheese welcome reception, we visit a nearby restaurant for a delicious dinner.
Monday June 14
After a hearty breakfast (daily), we drive the scenic Old King’s Highway along the National Seashore, stopping off en route to PROVINCETOWN, at quaint fishing villages and harbors. We have time for shopping and lunch on own in Provincetown, located at the tip of the Cape.
There are many interesting shops and boutiques to explore in this thriving artist colony.
This afternoon enjoy an exciting WHALE CRUISE with the Dolphin Fleet, have your cameras ready to shoot these gentle giants of the deep! This evening feast on a traditional New England Lobster Bake, sure to please even the heartiest of appetites!
Tuesday June 15
Today we tour HYANNIS. Highlights will include the KENNEDY MEMORIAL, overlooking Lewis Bay, where the President used to sail his yacht, and the St. Francis Xavier Church, where many a celebrity wedding has taken place. Also included will be admission to the KENNEDY MUSEUM, where we see many interesting photos and documents related to the Kennedy family, time for shopping before we take the short drive to SANDWICH, the oldest and one of the most picturesque towns on the Cape. We continue to PLYMOUTH, America’s home town, with an opportunity for a photo stop by the Mayflower II, a replica of the original boat that sailed the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620. The boat is located by the famous Plymouth Rock. Plymouth celebrates its 400th Anniversary in 2020, and we will visit the Plimouth Plantation and have a Thanksgiving dinner at the plantation.
Wednesday June 16
We journey to Woods Hole, and board our ferry, together with our motor coach, and cruise to the enchanting island of MARTHA’S VINEYARD. Known for it’s appeal to the rich and famous, including the first family, it welcomes all tourists. Oak Bluffs is noted for its Ginger Bread Cottages, located at the Methodist Camp Meeting Grounds. We tour the island, with time for shopping and lunch on our own in EDGARTOWN. It was here that the famous movie “Jaws” was filmed! The island has many picturesque beaches and natural harbors, and lovely whaling captains homes lining the waterfront. We return on the late afternoon ferry, and this evening enjoy dinner with entertainment.
Thursday June 17
We depart Cape Cod for home, taking with us many fond memories!