Geneva College

 

 

Fall Bus Trip to Gettyburg and Lancaster

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October 16-18, 2007

In response to our alumni and friends, we've organized another trip to Gettysburg and Lancaster. Please join us on this 3-day excursion! 
Tour hosts:  Ginny Caldwell and Norma Lagios

Travel Highlights

  • Round-trip deluxe motor coach transportation
  • Two nights lodging at the Strasburg Village Inn or Greystone Manor
  • Two breakfasts at hotel
  • Baggage handling for one bag per person
  • Visit to Boyd’s Bear Country Store and Museum
  • Guided tour of Gettysburg battlefield
  • Dinner at Dobbin House Tavern in Gettysburg
  • Tour Strasburg Railroad Museum
  • Tickets to Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre  production of “In the Beginning”
  • Sightseeing tour & lunch aboard train at Strasburg Railroad followed by tour of RR Museum
  • Back stage tour of Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre
  • Dinner at Hershey Farms
  • Harley Davidson Factory Tour
  • Lunch at Hotel Hershey

Cost per person

Double Occupancy - $485                                  Triple Occupancy $455

Single Occupancy - $595                                    Quad Occupancy - $435


(Please note most rooms have one queen bed.  King size beds and two singles are on a first come first served basis upon reservation and receipt of down payment.)


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!

First installment of $200 due: June 1, 2007

Final balance due: September 5, 2007

 

Also consider joining us for the Pittsburgh Bus Trip.


 

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