Geneva College

 

 

NYC Bus Trip

 

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In response to our alumni and friends, we've organized another bus trip to NYC.
Please join us on this 3-day excursion!

March 4-6, 2008

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Full Package Highlights
Round-trip deluxe motor coach transportation
Two nights lodging at the Hotel Edison in Times Square.
Tickets: Hairspray, Putnam Spelling Bee, Mary Poppins
Dinner: Becco (owned by Lidia Bostanich)
Dinner: Tavern on the Green
Dinner: Country Cupboard CottageRest. (on return trip)
Circle-Line tour of Manhattan
Chelsea Market (home of the Food Network)
Free time for shopping
Baggage handling

Full package occupancy - Per Person

Double---$795 Triple—$755
Quad---$735 Single---$985

Economy Package
(good through November 30, 2007)*
All the above except Putnam County Spelling Bee, Mary Poppins & dinner at Tavern on the Green.

Economy Package Occupancy - Per Person

Double---$595   Triple---$555
Quad---$535  Single---$785

 

 

 

Send payment to:
Geneva College
Attn: Special Events
3200 College Avenue
Beaver Falls, PA 15010


Questions:  724-847-6520 or events@geneva.edu

Reserve your seat now! Limited seating.
First installment of $200 due: December 14, 2007

*Option available until December 14.

 

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