Mackinac Island & Frankenmuth – June 12-15, 2017
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Mackinac Island & Frankenmuth
Monday, June 12 – Thursday, June 15, 2017
$739 per person double
$669 per person triple
$639 per person quad
$939 per person single
Early Bird Discount – Deduct $50 per person if paid in full by March 10, 2017
Includes round trip motor coach transportation, (3) nights lodging, luggage handling, admission per itinerary, (5) meals (three breakfasts, one lunch, one dinner), and Imperial escort.
Depart Lafayette 7:00 am. Additional pick ups may be arranged.
Enjoy the beauty and smell of the “Lilacs” in full bloom on this exciting tour to northern Michigan and the wonders of Mackinac Island and Frankenmuth. Our adventure begins with a stop in Frankenmuth; one of Michigan’s best known and most visited attractions. Shop the unique stores of the River Place Shopping Village and enjoy a city tour. Dinner is included at Zehnder’s – famous for their chicken dinners. Lodging this evening will be at Zehnder’s Splash Village. Shop at Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland – the size of 5 1/2 football fields! Then, it’s on to Mackinaw City for a two night stay at a beachfront hotel.
Enjoy the hotel’s private white sandy beach. This is the week of the Lilac Festival, the area should be beautiful. A photo stop will be made at the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. The Ice Breaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum is included, where you can tour a World War II ship used to break up the ice during the winter. This evening, cheer on the Lumberjack Show. After an included 25 foot hot breakfast buffet you will take the ferry to Mackinac Island for a full day of adventure. There are no cars on the island, and your first activity will be a carriage ride around the island, with a stop to explore Fort Mackinac. Enjoy the world famous Grand Buffet at the Grand Hotel. After lunch you will have time to explore the shops of downtown Mackinac Island before taking the ferry back to Mackinaw City. The breakfast buffet waits before our trip home that will feature a stop at one of Michigan’s most visited attractions: The Cross in Woods.