• Round trip air transportation to England on scheduled jet service

• 8 Meals – 2 dinners and 6 European breakfasts

• 6 nights accommodations at a four–star hotel in London

• A panoramic tour of London including the famous attractions of Tower Bridge, the Lord

Mayor’s Mansion House, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the monument to the great fire of 1666

• Visit the West End to see Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing

Street, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus

• The Tower of London, guarded by the famous Beefeaters, to see Traitors’ Gate, the priceless

Crown Jewels and the ever-present ravens

• Shopping at Harrods, London’s most famous department store

• Dinner at a “Traditional English Pub”

• All baggage handling and meal gratuities on included items

• Services of a professional Tour Manager

LONDON ITINERARY

DAY ONE – DEPART

Board your plane for the transatlantic flight to London. Fly in the comfort of a wide-bodied jet complete with meal service and in-flight movies.

DAY TWO – LONDON, ENGLAND

Upon arrival in England, clear customs and transfer to your ideally located hotel in London. The afternoon is yours to relax and adjust to your new surroundings before tonight’s welcome dinner. (Dinner)

DAY THREE – LONDON SIGHTSEEING

Begin today with a panoramic tour of the great City of London and the West End. The famous sights you’ll see today include Tower Bridge, the Lord Mayor’s Mansion House, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the monument to the great fire of 1666. Then it’s over to the West End to see Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, 10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus. The touring today will end at Harrods for an afternoon of shopping in the world’s most famous department store. (Breakfast)

DAY FOUR – STONEHENGE & BATH OPTIONAL

Today has been left free for you to do what you would like – perhaps visit the British Museum, take a stroll in Hyde Park or feed the pigeons in Trafalgar Square. For those who wish, an optional tour is available to Stonehenge and Bath. The building of the circles of Stonehenge commenced over 4,000 years ago. You will hear how the ancient Britons quarried, carved and lifted these massive stones. It’s still not known whether it was used as a temple or an astronomical calendar – will anyone ever know? After a stop for lunch we pass the site of Old Sarum while continuing on our journey to one of Britain’s most distinguished cities, Bath. Built in a natural amphitheatre of steep hills, Bath is a wonder with its magnificent Georgian architecture, crescents, terraces and squares. We’ll visit the ancient Roman hot and cold baths constructed over 1,900 years ago and the Pump Room – which gave access to the city’s hot springs. There is time to explore the Abbey and Pultney Bridge before driving through the beautiful Avon Valley on our way back to London. (Breakfast)

DAY FIVE – TOWER OF LONDON

This morning we pay a visit to one of London’s most famous landmarks, the Tower of London. For over 900 years, the Tower has guarded the approach to London from the Thames and has served as fortress, royal palace and prison. Steeped in the nation’s history, it has been the scene of many executions including the beheading of Henry VIII’s wife, Anne Boleyn. Here we view the Crown Jewels and meet the famous Beefeaters. (Breakfast)

DAY SIX – FREE DAY IN LONDON OR OPTIONAL TRIP TO STRATFORD-UPON-AVON

You may wish to join us today for a history-filled day as we pay a visit to the charming market town of Stratford-Upon-Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. Apart from visiting the legendary home of the Immortal Bard, you’ll also see the Grammar School where Shakespeare received his education, and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, erected to his memory. You’ll also visit the romantic thatched cottage of his beloved Anne Hathaway in the village of Shottery. There will be time this afternoon for shopping in Stratford before we make our way back to London town and our hotel. (Breakfast)



DAY SEVEN – WINDSOR CASTLE &

RUNNYMEDE OPTIONAL

This morning’s optional trip takes us to the quaint village of Windsor to visit the Queen’s weekend residence, Windsor Castle. Founded by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, Windsor Castle is both a repository for many of the nation’s treasures and a royal mausoleum. St. George’s Chapel, which houses the tomb of Henry VIII is the sight of the recent marriage of Prince Edward to Sophie Rhys-Jones. Then we’ll drive past the field of Runnymede, where King John sealed the Magna Carta, and past the John F. Kennedy Memorial as we make our way into the village of Windsor. Free time is available this afternoon before we sit down to our farewell dinner held tonight in a “Traditional English Pub.” (Breakfast and dinner)

DAY EIGHT – HOME

After bidding a fond farewell, return home with a new appreciation of the people, culture and charm of London. (Breakfast)

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