Fly into Boston as your starting point to the lovely coast of Maine. Enjoy touring Boston for two nights as you check out the historic points and the fabulous Faneuil Hall ﬁlled with shopping and eateries. Then it’s time to head up the coast to the quaint little town of Ogunquit Maine, “Beautiful Place by the Sea”. Here you’ll spend three nights at one of the ﬁne hotels all within walking distance of the small village where the shopping and ﬁne dining establishments will keep you busy. Get up early one morning to see the sunrise on the Atlantic as you enjoy a ringside seat in an Adirondack deck chair. Then it’s the famous walk on Marginal Way, a rocky coastline 1-mile walk that is everything Maine has to offer. You can pop out at Perkins Cove in time to enjoy a Steamed clam and Lobster feast at the famous Barnacle Billy’s. (their Rum Punch is a must do!) Next day you’ll want to head up to Kennebunkport to see the magniﬁcent President Bush estate as well as eat at The Kitchen – one of the best restaurants around located right over the marina. Back in Ogunquit, you’ll need to leave time to enjoy the beach one day, shop at the Spoiled Rotten Gift Shop and dine at the Village Tavern. Avoid the crowds and enjoy this trip in the Spring or Fall but if you chose Summer – the Ogunquit Playhouse offers Summer Stock theatre at its best. So much to do, so little time!
Your five night/six-day trip includes roundtrip coach airfare, two nights in Boston with a city tour, three nights in Ogunquit and a Lobster boat tour.
Non-Profti Cost: $2600.00
Valued Up To: $4200.00