Summary of The Day: Today we'll begin our fantastic vacation in Florida.
Say farewell to Washington, D.C. as we head into South Carolina for a visit to the famous South of the Border rest stop and roadside attraction. Located between Dillon, South Carolina and Rowland, North Carolina. Its Mexican themed kitsch location has been serving as a rest stop for tourist traveling to and from Florida since 1950s. Its mascot is Pedro, an extravagantly stereotypical Mexican bandito.
After a break and lunch here, we will head to the hotel near Savannah, GA.
Summary of The Day: Today we'll arrive in Florida and visit St. Augustine, founded in 1565 by Spanish explorer and admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés. The oldest continuously occupied European-established city and port in the continental United States, St. Augustine lies in a region of Florida known as "The First Coast", which extends from Amelia Island in the north to Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and Palm Coast in the south.
After visiting here we'll end the day in Miami.
Summary of The Day: We will start exploration of Florida and all its wonders with an wind boat ride (admission not included) through the Everglades National Park, the natural habitat of American alligators. After the boat ride, you will be presented with some unique wetland animals, where you will also see how a professional person catches an alligator.
Then we'll head to downtown Miami and visit the beautiful Coral Gables, an area where all the structures are decorated by coral and shells. We'll see the Biltmore Hotel, a landmark of Miami which built with an 18-hole golf course and the marvelous pools of Roman architecture. Next, we'll head to the Cuban town of Little Havana to see the Cuba Cigars workshop, have a taste of real Cuba coffe,e and experience the exotic South America life style.
Afterwards you may take a cruise tour of Miami Bay (own expense), boarding from the Bay Marketplace to get the close views of those billionaire-owned private islands and second large financial district of the United States from distance.
Next, we'll visit the famous Miami Beach DECO district to see colorful Spanish architectures and former residence of Italian fashion designer Versace.
Summary of The Day: Today we'll depart for Key west, home to the annual International Film Festival and backdrop for many famous movies. Geographically, it is the southernmost of the United States territory.
Our tour will start from Miami, driving southwards for 170 miles, passing 32 islands and 42 bridges (including a magnificent 7-mile Bridge, which took 8 years to build and was claimed to be the 8th wonder of the world). Eventually we will reach our destination, the last island - Key West. We will show you where interstate highway 1 starts, take you to visit the former residence of famous writer Ernest Hemingway (admission not included), and shop for souvenirs along Duval Street.
On the way to the hotel, enjoy the stunning sunset over the Atlantic Ocean.
Summary of The Day: After a few days sightseeing in the south, we will have a relaxing day on the Coral Reef State Park’s beach (admission not included). Florida Keys are famous with coral reef; we will take a snorkeling tour and let you see the colorful world under the water. Afterwards we'll have time to enjoy the gorgeous beaches here before heading to Orlando.
Summary of The Day: You'll have two full days in the world largest theme parks, and you can mix and match any park you like in 2 days.
Today, choose from one of the following options in the Orlando area:
Disney World Magic Kingdom(1 day)
Disney's Animal Kingdom (1 day)
Epcot Center(1 day)
Disney's Hollywood Studios (1 day)
Universal Studios Florida (1 day)
Islands of Adventure (1 day)
Universal Studios Florida/Islands of Adventure (1 day, 2 parks)
Universal Studios Florida/Islands of Adventure (2 days, 2 parks)
SeaWorld Orlando (1 day)
Aquatica (by SeaWorld, 1 day)
Summary of The Day: Welcome in the New Year in the best theme parks in the world! You will have a fabulous night with people from all over the world, including many famous characters such as Donald Duck and Batman will accompany you to welcome the New Year. We wish you will reach the New Year with happiness and excitement.
Summary of The Day: Today we'll begin our journey north and visit Savannah, the oldest city in the State of Georgia. Its unique architecture and historic buildings have attracted millions of visitors and its beautiful scenery also can be seen from the movie “Forest Gump.” Its favorite stories also involve the life of Florence Martus, who was known by Savannahians and sailors of the sea as “the Waving Girl.” Florence Martus took it upon herself to be the unofficial greeter of all ships that entered the Port of Savannah.
Summary of The Day: From Georgia will finish our journey back to Washington, D.C. Along the way, we will visit Richmond, the capital city of Virginia, before arriving in D.C.
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