100th Anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s Birth
1917 – 2017
Boston is a city that preserves the historical tradition of colonial times while maintaining a lively and modern ambience. For almost four hundred years, Boston has stood as the cultural hub of New England, welcoming visitors from around the world with its distinctive architecture, elegant parks and legendary attractions.
This May and September Travac Tours is celebrating the spirit of John F Kennedy with a four-day, three-night package to Boston that will appeal to your senses as well as your wallet. Irresistibly priced at only $919 per person including all taxes based on double occupancy ($829 per person + taxes of $90), Boston’s charm awaits you!
While in Boston, you will experience the elegance of the Sheraton Boston, optimally located close to shopping, restaurants and nightlife. The Sheraton is also within a comfortable walking distance to many popular landmarks.
A knowledgeable, local tour guide will accompany you on a narrated tour of the city, where you will receive little-known facts about John F. Kennedy. You’ll travel down the old-world Freedom Trail, with stops at Boston’s favourite historical landmarks. You’ll continue your tour with visits to Back Bay, the Public Gardens, Beacon Hill and old Ironsides, the oldest ship in the U.S. Navy. And, unlike most tours of Boston, Travac will take you to Cambridge, Boston’s sister city across the Charles River, where you will visit the notable Harvard University.
Travac’s Boston holiday includes round trip transportation via a comfortable chartered coach, accommodation in downtown Boston, a four-hour narrated city tour highlighting JKF, a visit to the John F. Kennedy Museum, a visit to the Edward Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate and the services of a reliable Travac Tours Director.
Don’t miss the opportunity to join Travac’s Boston tour. Departures are available on May 28 or September 22.
This morning you will depart the Westgate Shopping Centre for your journey to Boston. A lunch stop will be made en route. Expect to arrive at your hotel in the late afternoon.
Depart for a city tour of Boston. Your tour will include stops at the Freedom Trail, including a visit to the Old North Church. You will continue your Boston tour with visits to Back Bay, the Public Gardens, Beacon Hill and Old Ironsides, the oldest ship in the U.S. Navy. The tour will also stop in Cambridge, Boston’s sister city across the Charles River. Cambridge is a pre-eminent centre of learning. You will tour Harvard University, the oldest university in the country. In and around the yard are buildings representing the history of architecture in America. Cambridge was also the home of Longfellow, and we will pass his home, as we drive along Brattle Street, known during the revolution as Tory Row for its mansions belonging to loyalists.
Following your tour we will head to the John F. Kennedy Museum.
This morning we will head to the Ted Kennedy Institute. After your visit the balance of your day will be completely free. You may wish to go to the Museum of Fine Art which is one of the nation’s great museums. Alternately you can visit Newbury Street, dubbed Boston’s “Rodeo Drive”. The Quincy Market is also an attraction unto itself. Shopper’s will enjoy the fact that The Sheraton Boston is just a few minutes walk from Boston’s largest downtown shopping centre.
Later this afternoon a shuttle service will be available to Quincy Market and Boston’s North End, famous for its Italian restaurants.
Your morning will be free to enjoy Boston’s sites. Your return journey will begin at noon. Expect to arrive in Ottawa by mid evening.
Itinerary subject to change.
Please note that you are required to have a valid Canadian passport with you. Non-Canadians may require a visa to enter the U.S. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have such a document if required. Any other nationality other than Canadian persons must identify themselves to the booking agent for verification of documents required.