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FALL COLORS & LIGHTHOUSES OF THE GREAT LAKES
              9
DAYS
FROM pp dbl $2295*
HIGHLIGHTS
• Chicago City Tour
• Gerald R. Ford Museum
• 2 Nights on Mackinac Island
• Mackinac Island Carriage Tour
• Grand Hotel Lunch
• Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse
• Green Bay & Lambeau Field Tour • Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
• Door County
• Fish Boil Dinner
• Eagle Blu  Lighthouse
• Wisconsin Upper Dells Boat Cruise
INCLUDES
13 Meals, Tour Director, Motorcoach Transporta on, Sightseeing per I nerary, Baggage Handling
TOUR ACTIVITY LEVEL
Easy       Ac ve
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2
3
 4
   †Land only rates do not include hotel transfers. Roundtrip air package includes hotel transfers
  Day 1 - ARRIVE CHICAGO†
Arrive in Chicago and meet your Tour Director. Check into your hotel for a 2-night stay in Chicago, “the Windy City” and 3rd largest city in the U.S. This evening join your Tour Director and traveling companions for a Welcome Dinner. (D)
Day 2 - CHICAGO CITY TOUR
This morning a local guide leads your Chicago City Tour featuring famous landmarks such as Sears Tower, Wrigley Building, Water Tower Place, The Bean and Navy Pier. The rest of your day at leisure in this great city  lled with historic and contemporary architecture, great restaurants and incredible museums. (B)
Day 3 - CHICAGO - GRAND RAPIDS
This morning travel to Grand Rapids, Michigan’s second largest city for a two night stay. Upon arrival visit the Gerald R. Ford Museum featuring displays of the private
life and public career of President Ford. This evening overnight in Grand Rapids. (B)
Day 4 - GRAND RAPIDS - MACKINAC ISLAND
This morning enjoy the passing scenery as you travel north towards Mackinaw City. Arrive and visit the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse which marks the junc on of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the castle style Lighthouse was in opera on from 1890 un l 1957. Later board a ferry and cross the Straits of Mackinac, and arrive on famous
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