Geneva College

 

 

North Carolina Alumni Bus Trip

Biltmore

Monday - Thursday, October 13-16, 2008
Billy Graham Library/ Biltmore Estate

Billy Graham Library 

Tamarack 
Enjoy luxury and leisure as we travel to the beautiful Biltmore Mansion in the heart of Asheville, NC (voted most livable city). As an added bonus, we’ll visit the Billy Graham Library and Homestead in Charlotte on our way.

Highlights:

  • One night stay at Hampton Inn in Statesville, N. C.
  • Two luxury nights stay at the Inn on Biltmore estate (king size beds first-come first-served)
  • Round-trip deluxe motor coach transportation
  • One continental breakfast & two full breakfast buffets at the Inn at Biltmore
  • One lunch at Tamarack located in Beckley, WV
  • One private dinner at Stable Loft Café on Biltmore grounds
  • Visit and tour the Billy Graham Library and Homestead in Charlotte, NC
  • One private tour of Biltmore mansion with “length of stay” pass to tour on your own
  • One day of leisure to visit the city of Asheville, schedule additional tours or just relax in luxury

Occupancy:     Double=$835     Triple=$755        Quad=$675          Single-$1,175
(Per person)         *Single travelers in need of a roommate, please contact us.

Send payment to:
Geneva College (Attn: Special Events)
3200 College Avenue
B
eaver Falls, PA 15010

Questions: 724-847-6520

Reserve your seats now!                                 

First installment of $200 due: May 30, 2008

 

 

 


 

Point of Excellence

Biblical Studies professors Drs. Byron Curtis, Jonathan Watt and Scott Shidemantle are regular presenters of papers at professional conferences, and have recent publications in the area of Hebrew Bible and the Greek New Testament
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