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Tour Includes:
Round trip airfare from Salt Lake City to Washington DC area and from Atlanta to Salt Lake

Escorted sightseeing by private, luxury motor coach

Professional, experienced and knowledgeable Webb Tours Director throughout

Excellent accommodations that are well located

Sixteen delicious meals including Gadsby’s Tavern, Colonial Williamsburg dinner, Outer Banks lunch
Sightseeing Highlights:

  • Major DC Monuments and Memorials PLUS Arlington Cemetery, Mt. Vernon and CHERRY BLOSSOMS!

  • Monticello, Williamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown

  • James River Scenic Drive and Outer Banks of North Carolina

  • Myrtle Beach (with show), Middleton Plantation, Charleston and Fort Sumpter

  • Atlanta and Stone Mountain

  • Memories to last a lifetime

Tips for baggage handling, taxes and hotel gratuities except gratuity to your driver and local guides

Middleton Place Plantation in Charleston
Blossoms & History

In the Mid Atlantic and South

April 5-15, 2011

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello
The best of DC, PLUS Mt. Vernon, Williamsburg, Jamestown, Monticello, Outer Banks, Myrtle Beach, Charleston, Atlanta & More!
Pricing Information

(Prices are per person based on number of persons

sharing a hotel room)
Two in a Room…………..$1,595 + Air

Three in a Room……..….$1,525 + Air

Four in a Room………….$1,475 + Air

One in a Room…………..$1,995 + Air
irfare is additional and will be arranged by Webb Tours. Price is roughly $350 per person.

To register, call us at 801-278-3101 or 800-658-8519 or go online at

The Mid Atlantic is a fascinating region of our country. For example, think about the places to visit in Virginia: The first settlement (Jamestown); the place where the Civil War (Appomatox) and the Revolutionary War (Yorktown) ended; countless river plantations and beautiful national parks; George Washington’s Mt. Vernon and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello (one of the most interesting places to visit in our country). Add to that our nation’s Capitol (with stunning CHERRY BLOSSOMS), Williamsburg, scenic drives, endless history, and you have a profound travel destination. But that’s just the beginning. We’ll travel through North Carolina enjoying the scenic Outer Banks and continue to South Carolina seeing Charleston, Myrtle Beach and the beautiful Middleton Place Plantation. We’ll end the tour in beautiful Atlanta with a chance to see Stone Mountain, the Underground and more.
And we’ll do it in the spring of the year when temperatures are pleasant, flowers and trees are blooming and summer crowds have yet to arrive. It is a perfect time to visit the region. Read on. We think you'll like what we have planned.
Daily Itinerary:
April 5: Salt Lake to Washington DC. This morning we'll board our flight to Washington DC. Whether you're visiting for the first time or returning for repeat visit, you'll notice that unmistakable feeling of excitement as you visit our Nation's Capitol. We'll enjoy a delicious dinner tonight at Orleans House (or comparable restaurant) followed by an evening visit to the Iwo Jima Memorial which provides an inspiring night-view of DC across the Potomac River. Tour pays for dinner.
April 6: Washington DC. After a nice breakfast, we'll be joined by a local guide who will show us the highlights of this magnificent city. It's a great time to be in Washington D.C. We'll visit the significant monuments including the Lincoln, Jefferson and FDR Memorials, where the CHERRY BLOSSOMS are on full display. After lunch, we’ll see the new World War II Memorial followed by a choice: 1) Visit Arlington Cemetery where we'll see the Kennedy graves, witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers and the impressive Lee Mansion or 2) Spend time on the National Mall seeing the Smithsonian Museums. This evening, we'll turn you loose in the delightful town of Alexandria where you can browse the quaint streets, enjoy dinner and feel the history of one of America's great colonial towns. Tour to pay for breakfast, guided tour and Arlington Cemetery today.
April 7: Mt. Vernon to Charlottesville. We’ll start our day with a visit to Mt. Vernon, George Washington's stately home and sprawling plantation. We'll have a guided tour of the house followed by a chance to see the outbuildings and tombs of George & Martha. It is fitting that our lunch today is in one of George & Martha's favorite places: Gadsby's Tavern. It's the original building with an original menu. The food is great, the historical setting makes it memorable. After lunch, we’ll depart for Charlottesville, Virginia, arriving in the early evening. Tour to pay for breakfast, Mt. Vernon & lunch.
April 8: Charlottesville to Williamsburg. We're just a few minutes away from Monticello, the unique home of our third President, Thomas Jefferson. Monticello is a unique architectural masterpiece designed by Jefferson and housing many of his own inventions. The home and gardens are fascinating to see, especially in the spring. It is one of our national treasures. Our afternoon drive is among the most scenic in the country taking us along the beautiful James River into Williamsburg where we’ll spend two nights. Tour to pay for light breakfast and Monticello
April 9: We'll relive much of history today as we visit three of the great destinations in our nation: Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown. We'll be at Williamsburg when it opens. This is 173 acres of gardens, homes, a university, courthouse, shops & more. 88 buildings are original (from the 1700's) and an additional 300+ have been reconstructed. We'll walk where George Washington, Thomas Jefferson & Patrick Henry have walked. Later, we'll drive the 11 miles out to Jamestown to visit the Colonial National Historical Park which includes Jamestown and Yorktown. Cape Henry Memorial marks the site of the first landing of the colonists in 1607. Tour to pay for breakfast, Williamsburg, Colonial Park and dinner.
April 10: Williamsburg to OUTER BANKS to Greenville, North Carolina. Today we’ll continue south through scenic southern Virginia arriving in the late morning at the famous Outer Banks of North Carolina. This is a thin causeway with water of the Atlantic on both sides. We’ll travel through Duck and make a stop at Kitty Hawk where we’ll visit the Wright Brothers Memorial with its interesting Visitor’s Center. We’ll travel through Kill Devil Hills into Nags Head where we’ll enjoy a delicious lunch overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. We’ll cross onto famous Bodie Island (just 4 miles away) and see one of North Carolina’s famous lighthouses (Bodie Island Lighthouse). We will then continue west through the scenic marshlands making our way to the Greenville area where we will spend the evening. Tour to pay for breakfast, lunch and Wright Brothers Memorial
April 11: Greenville to Myrtle Beach. This azaleas and rhododendrons are in bloom and the drives in this area are magnificent. Our morning drive takes us into beautiful Wilmington which is near the ocean. You’ll have time for a fun lunch on your own in a lovely ocean front setting. We then continue along the coast arriving in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina at about 3:00. We’ll spend an hour on the famous Myrtle Beach Boardwalk with fun shops, activity, atmosphere and a beautiful sandy beach. We’ll check into our hotel, relax, and go out this evening for a delicious dinner followed by a great show called Carolina Opry. This is an entertaining show featuring all styles of music and dance. This has been the most popular show in town for 20+ years. Tour to pay for light breakfast, dinner and show.
April 12: Myrtle Beach to Charleston. We’ll sleep in and enjoy a relaxing breakfast before driving just 2 hours into the Charleston area. Our first stop is the fabulous Middleton Place Plantation. Wow, you have to see this place. Set on the banks of a beautiful river, this 17th century plantation shows off the beauty, heritage and history of a bygone era. And the GARDENS are spectacular (see front of brochure), especially this time of year. A local guide will join us for two hours this afternoon to share some of the history of the area. Dinner is on your own tonight in the heart of Old Charleston, a delightful place to browse, eat and just wander. Tour pays for breakfast and plantation admission today.
April 13: Charleston to Atlanta. This morning, a short boat ride takes us to historic Fort Sumpter, where the events that started the Civil War took place. It is operated by the National Park Service and we’ll be reminded of the important history. We’ll then head west into the Atlanta where we’ll spend our last two evenings. Tour pays for breakfast, Fort Sumpter and dinner.
April 14: A local guide will join us and show us the historical and scenic highlights of this important city. At 11:30, we’ll give you free time to visit fascinating Coca Cola World and have lunch in the Underground. Coca Cola World takes you on a nostalgic journey through time using the soft drink advertising to bring back the nostalgia. It’s an interesting look into Americana and well worth the visit. The Underground is a complex of shops and restaurants under the heart of the city which is a must see in Atlanta. In the afternoon, we’ll enjoy a visit to beautiful Stone Mountain, the Mt. Rushmore of the South. This is a famous rock carving of General Lee on a huge outcropping of granite. While there, we’ll enjoy the historic Cylclorama detailing the historic Battle of Atlanta. Tour pays for breakfast, Stone Mountain, Cyclorama and local tour.
April 15: Today we will drive over to the airport for our mid-morning flight back to Salt Lake City. Tour pays for breakfast today.
Airfare from Salt Lake to Washington DC and from Atlanta to Salt Lake will be arranged by Webb Tours. Price will be roughly $350 per person. You will be alerted about price and schedule before tickets are purchased. Airfare can also be arranged from other cities and you are welcome to use frequent flier miles if you have them.

Registration Information:

To make a reservation, simply fill out the attached reservation form and send it to us with a deposit of $300 per person. When we receive your deposit, we will mail you a receipt confirming that you are registered for the tour. A letter with instructions, hotel itinerary flight information (if applicable) and luggage tags will be sent 45-60 days prior to departure at which time the balance will be due. You do not need to pay the balance until after you receive that packet. We require final payments in the form of a check. If that is not possible, arrangements can be made to use a credit card. Webb Tours accepts Visa, Mastercard and Discover.

Cancellation Penalties

We understand that you may need to cancel your trip for whatever reason. If it is 60 days or more before departure, all money will be refunded. If it is within 60 days, we will charge you only what Webb Tours cannot recover. In some cases, we can recover all of it. In others, we cannot. Cruise lines, airlines, hotels and other service providers require funds in advance and have their own rules about what will be refunded once paid. We must follow their guidelines. For airlines, specifically, tickets are generally non refundable when purchased. However, most airlines will allow the value of the canceled tickets to be reused for future travel, though a penalty may be assessed to reuse the tickets. If you have to cancel, Webb Tours will work with other providers to obtain as much refund as possible for our travelers. Our travelers know us to be very fair in this regard.

Cancellation Insurance:

Cancellation insurance is also available should you be interested. The insurance provider that we us is a company called Travelex. You can learn about them at With this insurance, most of your money will be returned to you in case you have to cancel for covered reasons (illness or death of an immediate family member) at the last minute. The price for the insurance varies based on the price of the trip and the age of the participant (at the time the insurance is purchased). Prices are as follows:

Trip Cost

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If you are interested in the insurance, it is best to purchase it when your deposit is made as all preexisting conditions are waived. However, insurance may be purchased any time up to the point you make your final payment. Insurance cannot be purchased after your final payment is made. Webb Tours is not the insurer and aces as agent for Travelex. To activate your insurance, we need your premium and your birth date. Insurance also includes $50,000 in medical benefits, $1,000 for lost baggage, $250 for baggage delay and $50,000 for Common Carrier AD&D.

Mail deposit and enclosed reservation form to:

2378 Evergreen Avenue

Salt Lake City, UT 84109

Tel. (801) 278-3101

or Toll Free 1-800-658-8519

Or call us and register over the phone. We hope you can join us.

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