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The American Revolution Revisited

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The American Revolution Revisited
June 8-16, 2015

240 years ago the 13 British colonies joined together to fight for their independence from British rule to later become the United States of America. Join University of Cincinnati History professor Dr. Christopher Phillips for a 8 day journey back in time visiting some of the most important locations and events that transformed colonists into citizens of a new nation with the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Visit major battlefields and historical sites in Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New York. Transportation by deluxe motorcoach , excellent accommodations and historical restaurants and Inns. This tour is limited to a small number of participants so that everyone can get the most from this exciting and educational experience. The tour includes visit to Ft. Necessity, Valley Forge Military Encampment, Trenton Battlefield, Independence Hall, Lexington & Concord Battlefields, Bunker Hill, Freedom Trail, Boston Tea Party, Saratoga Battlefield, Ft. Ticonderoga, Betsy Ross House, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, Local Expert guides throughout. Deluxe motor coach, Provident Travel escort.   17 meals including daily breakfast & dinner, pre-trip book “First Salute” by Barbara Tuchman, all taxes and admissions, refreshments and snacks served on the motorcoach.

Cost per person: Double Occupancy $2,295.00    Single Occupancy $2,875.00 Full payment due with your reservation. For a brochure call Provident Travel at 513-763-3080 0r visit our web site   Use zip code 45202 if required and click on Land Tours and scroll down to American Revolution.

Columbia & Snake River Cruise- “American Empress” September 26-October 4,2015

Sail through the pristine Pacific Northwest where the Columbia & Snake Rivers wind through gentle hills, impressive mountains, vertical canyons and fertile fields. The land appears today as it did to Lewis & Clark in 1805- majestic, unspoiled and unimaginably glorious. The American Queen will serve as your floating boutique hotel where you will enjoy included sightseeing and natural wonders including the Cascade Mountains, Multnomah Falls, Idaho’s Hell’s Canyon and man- made wonders like Bonneville Dam. Fort Dalles Museum and much more.   Onboard the American Empress you have outstanding accommodations, historical lectures, musical performances, culinary dining experiences, Wine & Beer served complimentary with dinner and nightly entertainment with top performers. Enjoy the experience of a steam boat paddle- wheeler. Also included is a pre-night stay in Spokane, Washington, 3 meals daily, Seven night cruise, Excursions in each port, pre-paid gratuities to cruise staff, air from Cincinnati (air from other gateway cities available at published fares). For a detailed brochure visit use zip code 45202 if requested and click on cruises or call Provident Travel at 513-763-3080. Cost is based on type of cabin from $4,495.00 per person double occupancy.


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