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Five Days in May 2018 Trip will cover sites involved in the battles between the Confederate and Union Armies. Our tour guide will be naval expert Chuck Veit.
The 2018 trip will be from May 16, 2018 till May 20, 2018
REVISED Our itinerary has been expanded so that additional sites have been added to see more history and our route home has been shortened.
Plans have been completed for another great Civil War trip. The trip is scheduled for May 16, 2018 through May 20, 2018. The trip will cover the sites involved in the battles between the Confederate and Union navies. We will visit the Fortress Monroe and Casemate Museum in Newport News. Continuing on our trip will be a visit to the USS Monitor Center to view the remnants of that famous submarine and then on to City Point ( Grant's Headquarters and supply base) Belle Grove Plantation Learn about the Union submarine Alligator. We will also visit Drewy's Bluff site of the four year confrontation between Confederate marines and the Union navy also Drewry's Bluff/ Fort Darling.
As we continue our travel we will visit other naval battles along the James River plus much more. As an added feature of our trip the hotel accommodations for Thursday and Friday will take us to Williamsburg and all that Williamsburg has to offer. Our weekend ride home will take us to the historic sites around Wilmington, Del.
So if you are looking for a cram packed, fun weekend come join us. The trip includes 4 nights in hotels located in Waldorf, Md. one of the sites involved in the escape route of John Wilkes Boothe, Williamsburg, Va. famous Revolutionary War area and historic Wilmington, Del. Air conditioned bus supplied by McGinn Bus Co. 3 dinners at restaurants located in Williamsburg and Wilmington, all admissions, donations for Civil War preservation, driver tip, and tour guide by naval expert Chuck Veit longtime friend of our roundtable
A $ 50.00 deposit will hold a reservation for this
fantastic trip. Send your check payable to Civil War Round Table c/o AI Smith 11
Poplar St. Belmont, Mass. 02478. The total cost of the trip is $ 770.00 for a single
room and $ 580.00 each for a double room. If you have any questions contact AL
at 617 484 5613
or at email@example.com