Domestic

Domestic Travel

 

New York City A`la Carte

New York

February 9 - 14, 2018

Led by Travel Coordinator, Vic Passante

À la carte:  an English language phrase meaning "according to the menu."

It was adopted from French in the early 19th century and refers to "food that can be

ordered as separate items, rather than part of a set meal."

 

Continuing Education is happy to present a 5-day adventure in NYC, and YOU get to choose what you’d like to include on the tour.

The concept was born last year with our trip to NYC and the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Our group was small but diverse. We had dyed-in-the-wool dog people, people who simply loved dogs (who doesn't’t?!), and some folk who merely wanted to see Broadway shows. We were together about 50% of trip, but off on our own for the other 50%. Everyone LOVED the freedom, and C.E. LOVED the new model.  So much that we are offering a trip with a few set attractions for everyone, but also a menu of activities for people to choose à la carte.

Since we’re going again in February, probably the most appealing among the choices…is the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Other menu items include additional Broadway musicals, cabaret nightclub acts, tours of New York’s most famous museums, Central Park, and Greenwich Village. The entire group will be part of a half-day “Bridges of New York” tour, followed by lunch and a matinee of a Broadway show. Our hotel in Times Square will make it easy to walk to everything in Midtown, including Madison Square Garden for the evening dog show. Allow UW Colleges help you create an engaging tour of the Big Apple. Trip includes one tour, one Broadway show, three meals, land and air transportation, and five nights in Time Square.

 

Pricing$1,799/person based on double occupancy or $2,283/person based on single occupancy

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Washington, D.C.: Museums, Monuments, and More!

washington DC

March 19 - 25, 2018

Led by Travel Coordinator, Vic Passante

Our nation’s capital attracts over 15 million visitors each year…and for good reason. Our Continuing Education is happy to add to that number in 2018 with our group of life-long learners.  We will travel on a comfortable coach bus and have the convenience of easy and safe transportation for our entire visit. During the day, we’ll tour the U.S. Capital, the Library of Congress, the new In the evening, we will tour and see shows at Ford’s Theater (The Wiz) and the Kennedy Center (In the Heights) and visit the monuments in all their glory, illuminated for their citizens and fans. The tour includes professional D.C. step-on guides, ten meals, and five nights at The Westin in Crystal City.

 

Pricing: $2,284/person based on double occupancy or $2,847/person based on single occupancy. 

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Blues & Greens Asheville and Nashville: Culture and Cuisine

Nashville

April 5 - 12, 2018

Led by Travel Coordinator, Vic Passante

In the spirit of the past seven Blues and Greens foodie tours, UW Colleges Southeast Region is proud to present our eighth entry, Asheville and Nashville: Culture and Cuisine. We will again pair the music and art scene of two great cities with some of their most famous restaurants. We’ll have shrimp and grits and hot chicken (don’t worry) in Nashville and listen to the best music in the country. We’ll have farm-to-table, creative dishes and visit galleries and mansions in Asheville. Heck, we’ll spend three nights in the shadow of the Biltmore, the Vanderbilt mansion.  In Nashville, we’ll visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Bicentennial Capital Mall, the Gulch District, the Parthenon and more. We’ll see shows at the Grand Ole Opry or the Ryman Auditorium (artists TBD). In Asheville, we’ll visit the Antique Tobacco Barn and the River Arts District, and we’ll have a special tour of the Biltmore Mansion. In addition, we’ll have plenty of time to enjoy Biltmore Village.  On our way home, we’ll stop for a night in Cincinnati for our final delicious meal in The Banks District.

Come join the well-fed Blues and Greens family; register for this tasty trip.

 

Pricing: $2,576/person based on double occupancy or $3,486/person based on single occupancy. 

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Alaska: Kenai Fjords and Denali National Park

TRIP IS FULL

Alaska

August 10 - 21, 2018

Led by Naturalist, Mark Miner

Experience the grandeur of Alaska on UW Colleges unique Tour of Kenai Fjords and Denali National Parks.  Mark Miner will take 16 very lucky adventurers on a trip of a lifetime. Travel Alaska Railroad’s Coastal Classic Train to Seward on what the National Geographic Traveler ranked among their Top Ten Train Rides in North America.  In Seward explore the world of whales, wildlife, and glaciers found in Kenai Fjords National Park.  Enjoy a day cruise of Kenai Fjords National Park.  Hike right up to a glacier and experience the dense blue ice while listening to it crackle.

In Homer discover the fun of tide pooling with the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies.  Visit beautiful Halibut Cove and dine at its top-rated restaurant, the Saltry. Choose a day of halibut fishing, kayaking, hiking or just relaxing.

Then it is on to Alaska’s interior and Denali National Park.  Travel on the Alaska Railroad’s flagship train, the Denali Star for a quintessential Alaska journey.  Stay at the historic back country lodge, the Kantishna Roadhouse, located 90 miles in the pristine natural wonder of Denali National Park.  Enjoy the deluxe log cabin accommodations, meals, a variety of daily activities, hiking opportunities, naturalist programs and the chance to observe wildlife and experience the breathtaking scenery of Denali Park — up close and personal. This exquisite trip is limited to 16 travelers. 

 

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