Garden Walk Buffalo is America’s largest garden tour and one of the most anticipated summer events. This fun-filled trip will be rescheduled to 2021.
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Our thoughts are with all of you at this time. We are all in this together. It should be everyone’s priority to follow the guidelines being set by our leaders. The current climate requires that all motorcoach trips scheduled through MAY 17, 2020 be cancelled. Emails and letters have been sent to all travelers with […]
Enjoy a summer day in picturesque Litchfield County with a visit and tour of Hollister House Garden, lunch at GW Tavern in Washington Depot and an afternoon with Cheryl Whelan, White Flower Farm Head Gardener, who will treat us with a behind-the-scenes tour of their gardens.
This will be the 191st show organized by the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS). The Philadelphia Flower Show is America’s largest horticultural event, which attracts 250,000 guests each year. Enjoy acres of gardens, thousands of displays, more than 180 shops in the Marketplace, interactive exhibits and more. Overnight accommodations have been secured at the Holiday Inn […]
This once-in-a-lifetime exploration of Australia and New Zealand includes an amazing itinerary. Begin your adventure with two nights in Sydney, Australia. There will be sightseeing trips planned and an elegant dinner cruise. Then board the luxurious Holland America’s Noordam to begin your cruise. Stops in Australia will include: Melbourne, Port Arthur and Tasmania. Cruise through […]
Set aside this long weekend in December to celebrate the holidays in Maine. Home base for the weekend will be the Westin Portland Harborview. Its central location provides travelers a perfect vantage point to explore Maine’s largest city.
This 3-day summer adventure in Ithaca is a compilation of one-of-a-kind experiences. Homebase is the upscale Statler Hotel on the campus of Cornell University – within walking distance of the Farrand, Uris and Azalea gardens. One day is devoted to the exploration of the Cornell Botanical Gardens and The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. See what’s on tap for the other two days!