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CALIFORNIA COAST
 Booking Discount Savings*
UP TO $200 per couple/ $100 per person
 2018 Departure Dates
pp double**
  April 5
$2595
  $2595
  July 12
$2595
  September 13
$2595
  October 11
$2595
   2019 Departure Dates
pp double**
  April 25
$2695
  May 2
$2695
  July 11
$2695
  September 12
$2695
  October 10
$2695
  Single Room Supplement + ($1025 - $1075) Triple Room Reduc on - ($50) per person **Rates are Land only, per person
Call for Roundtrip Air Package Rates and details
* Booking Discount Details- Make your Final Payment by check & receive $200 per couple/$100 per person savings on Air Inclusive Bookings. Land Only/Own Air Bookings receive $100 per couple/$50 per person savings.
  ACCOMMODATIONS
2 Nights-Hilton Mission Valley, San Diego
1 Night- Torrance Marrio , Los Angeles/South Bay
Beach Ci es
1 Night- Cli s Resort or Embassy Suites, Pismo
Beach or San Luis Obispo
2 Nights- Marrio  or Hya , Monterey
1 Night- Yosemite View Lodge, Yosemite Area 2 Nights- Zephyr or Holiday Inn- Fisherman’s
Wharf, San Francisco
Paci c Coast north to Santa Barbara, one
of California’s most picturesque ci es with spectacular Mediterranean architecture. Con nue to the Pismo Beach area for your overnight stay. (B)
Day 5 - PISMO BEACH - MONTEREY
Today travel to San Simeon to enjoy a tour of Hearst Castle. Built on a hilltop overlooking the Paci c, the spectacular grounds and grandiose home feature the world-class art collec on of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Then journey north along the spectacular Big Sur Coast, a route is nestled between the rocky coast and the Santa Lucia Mountains. Later this a ernoon arrive in Monterey for a 2-night stay. (B)
Day 6 - MONTEREY - CARMEL
Today enjoy one of the most breathtaking coastlines in the world, scenic 17 Mile Drive, home to the famous Lone Cypress, Seal Rock and Pebble Beach Golf Course. Also drive through and visit quaint Carmel to view tree-lined Ocean Avenue. Later travel to
Old Monterey  lled with historic buildings and where California’s statehood began in 1849. This a ernoon enjoy  me at your own pace to explore more of the seaside town
of Monterey. Shop and eat in Cannery Row and Fisherman’s Wharf re ec ng the city’s long history with the sea and maybe visit the famous Monterey Bay Aquarium. (B)
Day 7 - MONTEREY - YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
Journey inland through the fer le San Joaquin Valley, known as the breadbasket of California. Stop at a historic fruit stand for a chance to buy fresh-o  the-farm fruits. Climb into the wooded Sierra Nevada Mountains and arrive at Yosemite Na onal Park. Enter the spectacular Yosemite Valley to view
the giant iconic forma ons of El Capitan &
Half Dome and breathtaking Yosemite Falls, the highest in North America. Enjoy a stroll and take in the immense beauty of this spectacular mountain se ng. Enjoy dinner with your fellow travelers tonight. (B,D)
Day 8 - SACRAMENTO -
NAPA VALLEY - SAN FRANCISCO
Travel through the Sierras into Gold Country. Step back in  me and experience the days of the Gold Rush at historic Old Sacramento. Later drive into the famous Napa Valley,
an area of spectacular scenery and home
to some of the world’s best wineries. Stop
for a Winery Tour & Tas ng to sample the local product and learn about wine making. Con nue southwest crossing the majes c Golden Gate Bridge to one of the world’s most amazing ci es, San Francisco. Check
in for your two-night stay in the “City by the Bay”. (B)
Day 9 - SAN FRANCISCO
This morning enjoy a San Francisco City Tour including Union Square, Chinatown and Pier 39, Paci c Heights, the rolling hills of the Presidio and Golden Gate Park. The a ernoon is at leisure to explore America’s most roman c city or take an op onal excursion to Muir Woods. Tonight enjoy a Farewell Dinner with your fellow travelers in San Francisco’s famous Fisherman’s Wharf. (B,D)
Day 10 - SAN FRANCISCO - HOME†
Today transfer to the airport and return with wonderful memories of your California Coast Tour. (B)
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