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PITTSBURGH, PA FOUR-DAY TOUR [SF]
Date(s):
Sunday-Wednesday
September 23-26, 2018
Price:
$975 pp/Double Occ.
$1,275 pp/Single Occ.   PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7770
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DUQUESNE_INCLINE GLASS_PITTS "It's time to plan your trip to Pittsburgh, the city that's continually recognized by travel professionals as a must-see destination. Most recently, Harper's Bazaar named Pittsburgh one of the "Best Places to Travel in 2017." With outstanding attractions, award-winning restaurants, world-class accommodations and so much. Add to that the friendly people, affordability and walkability, you've got the perfect recipe for a memorable getaway. "…visitpittsburgh.com

Hampton Jitney Tours has toured Pittsburgh many times while passing through as we ventured to or from other places. Our passengers never got enough after experiencing some of what Pittsburgh has to offer, so we are presenting this more extensive tour for you to get a feel of this great city.


FALLINGWATER Tour package includes: 3-Nights Hotel Accommodations including tax and baggage handling (1 bag per person), 3 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 3 Dinners, meals inclusive of tax and gratuity, All admissions and touring as stated in the itinerary, Step-On-Guide, and deluxe round-trip transportation. Not included: Gratuities for motor coach driver and tour escort. All gratuities are up to each individual’s discretion. Also not included are personal incidentals such as room service, local and long distance telephone calls, meals not indicated and alcoholic beverages.

Depart:
6:00 AM Southampton Hampton Jitney’s Southampton Terminal at the OMNI on County Road 39A, across from the Car Wash.
6:30 AM Westhampton Parking Lot inside Gabreski Airport to the left of the entrance, at the bus shelter. (Old Riverhead Road, County Road 31).
7:30 AM Farmingville LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride on North Ocean Ave, between the Speedway Gas Station and Applebee’s parking lot, closest to the bus shelter.
7:50 AM Huntington LIE Exit 49 Park & Ride, North side service road, East of Route 110 & West of Pinelawn Rd. by the bus shelter.


Day 1 – Sunday, September 23, 2018
Depart Southampton, NY for Pittsburgh, PA
Today we stop at the "Sweetest Place on Earth" for a delicious brunch at The Mill at Hershey.
Brunch here includes something for everyone from the traditional brunch items to fried chicken and waffles and salmon and steak. A delicious stop for sure

Board the coach for the afternoon ride to Pittsburgh, PA

Check into your hotel:
The Drury Inn - 745 Grant St, Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: (412) 281-2900

A light dinner is Included at the hotel this evening.

Day 2 - Monday, September 24, 2018
Breakfast included at your hotel

Begin your day with an overview tour of Pittsburgh. Steel and coal may have built this city, and you'll see the names "Mellon" and "Carnegie" on an awful lot of things, but Pittsburgh has come a long way from its gritty, industrial past.

Included in today’s tour will be a visit to the Pittsburgh Glass Center. Pittsburgh Glass Center is located in Pittsburgh's East End neighborhood of Friendship/Garfield, approximately four miles east of the Strip District in downtown Pittsburgh. You will enjoy a narrated glassblowing or flame working demonstration. Watch artists gather, shape and blow amazing works of art.

Late afternoon:
Take an exciting ride up the Duquesne Incline to the top ofMt. Washington. At the time of its public opening, it was one of four inclined planes serving the summit of Coal Hill, which later came to be known as Mount Washington.

Return to your hotel to relax and refresh.

Dinner is included tonight at The Grand Concourse.

"Housed in the beautifully preserved Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Station, the Grand Concourse restaurant at Station Square is a true testament of grandeur and elegant dining. With a cathedral stained-glass vaulted ceiling, marble columns, and a dramatic staircase, guests are quickly transported to the glamorous side of the Progressive Era with the luxury of a modern day menu." This is an award-winning seafood restaurant boasting a fine selection of signature seafood dinner specials, tender steaks, and poultry.

Day 3 - Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Breakfast included at your hotel. Pack bags for departure.

This morning visit Carrie Furnaces and tour the Rivers Of Steel National Heritage Area.
[Requires walking and comfortable footwear] This tour very meaningful and highly rated.

Towering 92 feet over the Monongahela River, Carrie Furnaces 6 and 7 are extremely rare examples of pre-World War 11 iron-making technology. Take a fascinating look behind the scenes of the iron and steel-making process, discover what it was like to work in a blast furnace, and find out the ethnic origins of much of Pittsburgh’s popular food and cultural traditions.

Next, you will proceed from mills to mansions as you tour one of the finest Victorian mansions in the Country: Clayton, the family home of famed steel industrialist Henry Clay Frick, located at the Frick Art & Historical Center. Experience the culture and refinement of the Gilded Age of steel heritage amidst the beautifully landscaped gardens in the Point Breeze neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Included on the grounds is an art museum and historic car and carriage collection.

Enjoy lunch on your own.

Travel to Fallingwater in Mill Run, PA.

Nothing you have read or learned about Fallingwater can compare to the experience of visiting in person. The Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece, nestled within the lush, wooded Bear Run Nature Reserve, is a timeless monument to organic architecture at its best. This famous house is built over a waterfall that was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 and is an architectural masterpiece, and on the Smithsonian Magazine’s list of "28 Places to See Before You Die". It was

Late afternoon check into:
Omni Bedford Springs Resort - 2138 Business 220 - Bedford, PA - Phone: (814) 623-8100
Few properties can boast the historic significance of Omni Bedford Springs Resort, located in the Allegheny Mountains of south Pennsylvania. For more than 200 years, the eight mineral springs located on the resort's property served as an important gathering place. Eventually, the resort would be the site of many significant moments in American history, hosting a long list of celebrities, wealthy clientèle, corporate magnates and dignitaries from around the world. To date, the resort has hosted 13 U.S. presidents, seven of whom visited during their presidency.

A delicious buffet dinner is included this evening at the Resort.

Day 4 - Wednesday, September 26, 2018
A full breakfast buffet is included at the hotel this morning.

Board coach for travel back home.

Rest and meal stops will be made along the way.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
HALLOWEEN IN SALEM, MA 2-DAY TOUR [NF]
Date(s):
Thursday-Friday
October 25-26, 2018
Price:
$342.00 pp/Double Occ.
$293.00 pp/Triple Occ.
$271.00 pp/Quad Occ.
$455.00 pp/Single Occ.
  PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7732
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SALEM7GABLES

SALEMWMUSEUMEvery year, an estimated 250,000 visitors travel just north of Boston to experience this notable month-long celebration of Halloween in Salem, Massachusetts — this event is chock-full of fall festivities and spooky attractions. Join us for a fun-filled journey!

You will have a narrated tour (walking and riding), visit Old Burying Point Cemetery, the Witch Trials Memorial, House of Seven Gables, the fascinating Salem Witch Museum and more, with plenty of time to venture on your own, too.


SALEMMEMORIAL

Tour package includes: 1 night hotel accommodations including room tax, 1 breakfast in private room including tax and gratuity, baggage handling (1 bag per person), admissions, local tour guide, and deluxe round-trip transportation. Not included: Gratuity for motor coach driver and tour escort, which is left to your discretion, personal incidental charges such as local and long distance telephone calls, and meals not indicated.

Depart:
6:30 am Farmingville Exit 63 Park & Ride.
7:00 am Calverton 253 Edwards Avenue -Hampton Jitney terminal.
7:10 am Riverhead TJ MAXX shopping center near plaza sign.
7:30 am Cutchogue King Kullen Shopping Center.
7:40 am Southold In front of Bank of America.
7:50 am Greenport Municipal parking lot South of RR tracks. Municipal parking lot, South of RR Tracks.

Day 1 - Thursday, October 25th
Journey to New London via the Cross Sound Ferry.

Approximate arrival in Salem, MA.

Lunch on own upon arrival.

Enjoy a narrated, walking, and riding tour of SALEM. Touring includes the Old Burying Point Cemetery, the Witch Trials Memorial, Historic Chestnut Street, and more. You will learn about the glorious days of Maritime Trade in this waterfront city. This city is most famous for the Witchcraft Hysteria of 1692, but discover what really makes this “a small city with a big history”.

Check into your hotel:
Hawthorne Hotel - 18 Washington Square West (on the Common) - Salem, MA - Phone #978-744-4080.
Hawthorne Hotel is a member of Historic Hotels of America.

Spend time exploring the area - you are right in the heart of everything!

Dinner is on your own this evening with plenty of choices.

Day 2 - Friday, October 26th
Breakfast is included at hotel in a private room, Sophia’s.

Menu includes: Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, assorted Breakfast Bread, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea and Decaffeinated Coffee.

Leave bag outside of your room for porter pick-up prior to departing.

You will have some free time on own or relax at hotel before leaving for your next venture at the House of Seven Gables.

Admission is included to the House of Seven Gables. One of Salem’s most famous residents was a Nathaniel Hawthorne who penned the novel The House of Seven Gables. This house was considered a mansion in its time and you will have the opportunity to see the treasures that are still on display as well as experience a secret that this house still holds.

Admission to the Salem Witch Museum. Here you will learn about the dark days of the Salem Witch Trials.

Enjoy Lunch, on your own, with free time in Salem for you to visit haunted attractions, get your fortune told by a psychic, shop at the street vendors on Essex Street Pedestrian Mall or get some local souvenirs at the shops at Pickering Wharf.

Depart Salem.

Return to Long Island via the Cross Sound Ferry.

Estimated time of return to Greenport.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ~ SIX DAY TOUR [SF]
Date(s):
Sunday-Friday
November 4-9, 2018
Price:
$1,349 pp/Double Occ.
$1,249 pp/Triple Occ.
$1,795 pp/Single Occ.
  PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7770
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NASHVILLE Nashville is known as a center of the country music industry, earning it the nickname "Music City, U.S.A." You will have a tour of Nashville with a local step on guide, tour RCA Studio B, see the famous Ryman Auditorium, attend a show at the Grand Ole Opry, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, take a tour of the Fontanel Mansion (former home of country music Barbara Mandrell), with wine tasting and dinner on the property, too!

Tour package includes: 5 nights hotel accommodations including taxes and luggage handling (1 bag per person), 5 Breakfasts, 2 Dinners, 1 Wine Tasting, all meal taxes and meal gratuities, all admissions to attractions including tickets to the Grand Ole Opry, Local guide service in Nashville including customary gratuities, and deluxe round trip transportation. Not included: Gratuities for motor coach driver and tour escort. All gratuities are up to your discretion. Also not included are personal incidentals such as room service, local and long distance telephone calls, meals not indicated and alcoholic beverages.

Depart:
6:00 AM Southampton Hampton Jitney’s Southampton Terminal at the OMNI on County Road 39A, across from the Car Wash.
6:30 AM Westhampton Parking Lot inside Gabreski Airport to the left of the entrance, at the bus shelter. (Old Riverhead Road, County Road 31).
7:00 AM Farmingville LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride on North Ocean Ave, between the Speedway Gas Station and Applebee’s parking lot, closest to the bus shelter.
7:20 AM Huntington LIE Exit 49 Park & Ride, North side service road, East of Route 110 & West of Pinelawn Rd. by the bus shelter.


Day 1- Sunday, November 4, 2018
Depart Southampton with rest and lunch stops (on your own) on the way to your overnight in Virginia.

Check into your overnight hotel:
Holiday Inn Roanoke - Valley View - 3315 Ordway Dr NW, Roanoke, VA - (540) 362-4500

A Buffet Dinner is included at the hotel this evening.

Daylight Savings ends tonight, so remember to set your clocks/watches back 1 hour.

Day 2 – Monday, November 5, 2018
A Full Breakfast is included at the hotel prior to check out.

Depart for Nashville, Tennessee.

A Lunch stop, on your own, will be made.

Please note: Nashville is on Central Daylight Time so you will be setting your clocks/watches back an additional hour to be on Tennessee time!

Check into your hotel:
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center - 2800 Opryland Dr, Nashville, TN - (615) 889-1000

Enjoy a free evening and dinner on your own at the Gaylord.

Day 3 – Tuesday, November 6, 2018
A Full breakfast is included at your hotel this morning.

Take a full day tour of Nashville, with a local step on tour guide who will meet you at the hotel. The tour will include points of interest such as Ft. Nashboro, Pringers Alley, the State Capitol, Tootsie’s Orchard Lounge and Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop. And let’s not forget the Parthenon (photo stop).

Take a tour of RCA Studio B.
Historic RCA Studio B played a major role in establishing Nashville's identity as a recording center. Dozens of country and pop stars made recordings here, primarily from 1957 to 1977, when the studio was operated by RCA Records. There are few recording studios that can claim the number of hit records that have come from Historic RCA Studio B, located in Nashville's famous Music Row area.”

Have lunch on your own at the Farmers Market.
In addition to the Farm Sheds, their Market House consists of 14 locally owned restaurants and shops offering cuisines that span the globe, from Neopolitan wood-fired pizzas to gyro sandwiches to Jamaican jerk chicken and Korean bibimbap.

Admission is included to the Ryman Auditoriumfor a self guided tour.
"When you walk through the doors of the historic Ryman Auditorium, one thing becomes clear right away: This place is hallowed ground. This is the exact spot where bluegrass was born, where Johnny Cash met June Carter, where souls were saved and a slice of history was nearly lost. It was right here that country music found an audience beyond its own back porch, and countless careers took off as deals were signed on napkins and paper scraps backstage. This is a building where anything is possible: a soul can find redemption, a crumbling building can find salvation, and an unknown kid with a guitar can find their name in lights. "

Return to your hotel to relax

Dinner on your own at the Gaylord complex

Attend a show at the Grand Ole Opry House– adjacent to the Gaylord (Artists – To Be Determined). See the Grand Ole Opry, the show that made country music famous. The Opry features a dynamic line-up of new stars, superstars, and legends of country music. Unlike a typical concert, the Opry presents eight or more artists on each show, giving the audience a sample of each artist's musical style.

Day 4 – Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Full breakfast included at your hotel

Admission included for self-guided tour to the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum which has been the home of America’s music since 1967.

Free time on your own in Nashville.

Take a tour of Nashville's Fontanel Mansion, the former home of Barbara Mandrell.
"In the heart of the lush Fontanel estate sits a magnificent 33,000-square foot log home, which offers one of the most extraordinary mansion tours you’ll ever experience. Whether you’re a country music fan or not, the Mansion at Fontanel is the place to enjoy a one-of-kind multi-sensory treat.
The Mansion, once the home of country music megastar Barbara Mandrell, gives you a glimpse of what it’s like to live like country royalty. No other tour offers an experience like this. The Mansion boasts over 20 rooms, 13 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, 2 kitchens, an indoor pool, and even an indoor shooting range. "


Enjoy a wine tasting on the property at the Natchez Hills Winery.

Then, included, is a Family Style Dinner also on the Fontanel property.

Day 5 – Thursday, November 8, 2018
Full breakfast included at your hotel prior to check out.

Depart for Virginia with rest and meal stops along the way.

Check back into the Holiday Inn Roanoke Valley View for your overnight.

Day 6 – Friday, November 9, 2018
Full breakfast included at your hotel prior to check out.

Travel home.

Rest and meal stops will be made along the way.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
CHRISTMAS IN WILLIAMSBURG ~ FOUR DAY TOUR [SF]
Date(s):
Friday-Monday
November 30-December 3, 2018
Price:
$690 pp/Double Occ.
$675 pp/Triple Occ.
$645 pp/Quad. Occ.Quad Occ.
$870 pp/Single Occ.
  PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7770
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Tour Colonial Williamsburg, Celebrate in Busch Gardens ® Christmas Town ™, Tour Historic Jamestown Settlement, Attend the excitement of the Grand Illumination.

“In Colonial Williamsburg's Historic Area, you will be transported back in time to meet tradespeople, women, members of the enslaved community, shopkeepers, and political figures that call Williamsburg home. With so much to see and do, there is something for everyone—history lovers, makers, and fans of architecture. Get caught up in the historic moments taking place around you.”


Tour package includes: 3 night’s hotel accommodations, including taxes and baggage handling, 3 breakfasts, 2 dinners, including meal taxes and meal gratuities, 3 hour guided tour at Colonial Williamsburg, admission to Busch Gardens Christmas Town, guided tour of Jamestown Settlement, and deluxe round trip transportation. Not included: Gratuities for motor coach driver and tour escort. All gratuities are up to your discretion. Also not included are personal incidentals such as room service, local and long distance telephone calls, meals not indicated and alcoholic beverages.

6:00 AM Southampton Hampton Jitney’s Southampton Terminal at the OMNI on County Road 39A, across from the Car Wash.
6:30 AM Westhampton Parking Lot inside Gabreski Airport to the left of the entrance, at the bus shelter. (Old Riverhead Road, County Road 31).
7:00 AM Farmingville LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride on North Ocean Ave, between the Speedway Gas Station and Applebee’s parking lot, closest to the bus shelter.
7:20 AM Huntington LIE Exit 49 Park & Ride, North side service road, East of Route 110 & West of Pinelawn Rd. by the bus shelter.


Day 1 - Friday, November 30, 2018
Early morning departure from Southampton.

Travel to Williamsburg, VA making a lunch and rest stop en-route.

Check into hotel:
Embassy Suites by Hilton Williamsburg - 3006 Mooretown Rd, Williamsburg, VA - 1 757 229-6800

Enjoy a manager’s cocktail reception each evening from 5:30 – 7:30 pm

A Tavern Dinner is included at Colonial Williamsburg

Day 2 - Saturday, December 1, 2018
Full Cook to Order Breakfast is included at the hotel, at your leisure.

Meet a Colonial Williamsburg Guide for an overview 3 hour tour of the Historic Area including the Governor’s Palace. Interpreters impart their knowledge of the history, citizenry, architecture, gardens, archaeology and decorative arts of 18th century Williamsburg.

Tour ends, Lunch is on your own today and you'll have shopping time at Colonial Williamsburg.

Depart for Busch Gardens ® Christmas Town ™ - for a Busch Gardens Celebration. More than two million lights bring Christmas to Busch Gardens! Join in the fun of holiday traditions, dazzling shows, signature peppermint fudge hot chocolate, and of course, the 50' tall light-animated Christmas tree! Experience Busch Gardens in a whole new light during Christmas Town™: A Busch Gardens® Celebration. One-of-a-kind gift ideas will make everyone say, “Now this is Christmas.” Gaze at millions of twinkling lights, visit Santa’s workshop and enjoy the musical shows. There is so much more to do and see at Christmas Town.

Have dinner on your own at the park.

Depart for return to hotel.

Day 3 - Sunday, December 2, 2018
Full Cook to Order Breakfast included at the hotel this morning at your leisure.

Admission is included to Historic Jamestown Settlement. Your 2 ½ hour guided tour highlights exhibits in the new museum gallery and all four outdoor living history areas. Visit the outdoor village depicting the early settlement and ships that arrived in the early 1600’s. The village will include primitive Indian shelters, ships like the Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery, a 17th century fortress, and more.

Lunch on your own at Jamestown Settlement.

This afternoon is free for personal interests or for ‘Outlet Shopping’
Enjoy musical performances from multiple stages and delight in the fireworks displays from three different locations in Colonial Williamsburg as you attend the Grand Illumination! A cannon blast signals the traditional lighting of Candles in the windows of homes, shops and public buildings throughout Williamsburg’s Historic Area. The illumination is followed by fireworks, singing, dancing and music at outdoor stages lit by cressets. In the 18th century, illuminations, which included the firing of guns and lighting of fireworks, were held to celebrate major events, such as great military victories, the anniversary of the reigning sovereign's birth, or the arrival of a new colonial governor. Join Colonial Williamsburg for this special day by strolling the Revolutionary City and viewing all the unique decorations.

Dinner is included this evening. Restaurant to be announced.

Day 4 - Monday, December 3, 2018
Full Cook to Order Breakfast is included at the hotel this morning, at your leisure, prior to check out.

Depart for home with lunch and rest stops along the way.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
AMERICAN QUILTER’S SOCIETY - LANCASTER QUILT SHOW 2-DAY TOUR
Date(s):
Friday-Saturday
March 29-30, 2019
Price:
$285 per person/Double Occ.
$265 per person/Triple Occ.
$255 per person/Quad Occ.
$365 per person/Single Occ. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7732
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QUILT Join us for our Annual American Quilter’s Society Quilt Show & Contest in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. There will be a lot to see and do: 400 beautiful quilts in the AQS Quilt Contest, special quilt exhibits, 300 vendor booths, classes, lectures, and special events with national quilt instructors.

You can visit the American Quilter’s Society on line at: www.americanquilter.com for complete up-to-date information about the event.

Tour package includes: 1 night hotel accommodation, 1 Full American Breakfast Buffet, 1 dinner including tax and gratuities, admissions to the Quilt Show, baggage handling, and deluxe round-trip transportation.
Not included: Gratuity to the motor coach driver and tour escort, which is left to your discretion, personal incidentals such as room service, telephone calls, show pin, tote bag, and meals not indicated.

Depart:
6:00 AM Greenport Municipal parking lot south of RR Tracks.
6:10 AM Southold Feather Hill – DO NOT PARK IN FEATHER HILL.
6:20 AM Cutchogue King Kullen Shopping Center.
6:45 AM Riverhead TJ Maxx Parking Lot near the Plaza Sign. (Closest to Route 58)
6:55 AM Calverton 253 Edwards Avenue - Hampton Jitney Terminal West side of road.
7:20 AM Farmingville LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride between the Applebee’s Pkg. Lot and the Speedway Gas Station.
7:50 AM Huntington LIE Exit 49 Park & Ride, North side of Hwy. East of Route 110 & West of Pinelawn Rd.

Day 1 - Friday, March 29th
Enjoy your time at the Quilt Show at the Lancaster County Convention Center.

3:15 PM Depart the Quilt Show for the next exhibition!

Visit the 29th Annual Lancaster Quilt Show at the Double Tree Resort for a little more shopping and browsing!

6:00 PM Enjoy an Amish Farm Feast at Bird-N-Hand Family Restaurant.

7:30 PM After dinner visit the “Log Cabin Quilt Shop” for a little shopping and browsing through thousands of bolts of fabric.

8:30 PM Depart for hotel:

Doubletree Resort Lancaster, PA
2400 Willow Street Pike
Phone #717-464-2711

You may wish to visit their web site at www.doubletree.lancaster.com

They have an Indoor pool which is open from 6:00 am-10:00 pm.

Day 2 - Saturday, March 30th
7:30 AM A Full American Breakfast Buffet is included at the hotel.

8:40 AM Depart hotel.

9:00 AM This morning you will have some time on your own to shop at Kitchen Kettle Village with over 40 specialty shops - visit The Old Country Store or browse in Zook’s Craft & Fabric Shop.

Lunch is on your own, at your leisure, at any of the many eateries in the village.
1:30 PM This afternoon visit Burkholder’s Fabric where Quilters gather. Owned and Operated by Expert Quilters. Quality Fabrics at Lancaster County Prices. Over 10,000 Bolts of Fabric including: Cotton, Flannel, Homespuns, Novelties, Dress Fabrics, Upholstery, Fleeces, Books, Notions and Patterns.

3:00 PM Depart with all of your patterns, books & bolts of cotton!

A rest/dinner stop, on your own, will be made at Cracker Barrel on the way home.

10:00-10:30 PM Estimated time of return to Greenport.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
ESCAPE TO CAPE COD AND MARTHA’S VINEYARD - FEATURING A WHALE WATCH EXCURSION! FOUR-DAY TOUR [NF]
Date(s):
Tuesday-Friday
June 18-21, 2019
Price:
$734 per person/Double Occ.
$657 per person/Triple Occ.
$617 per person/Quad. Occ.
$939 Single Occ. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7732
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LIGHTHOUSE MARTHAS_VIN Welcome to the sandy shores of CAPE COD. Extending some 70 miles into the sea, the Cape is home to both natural beauty and quaint colonial villages. You can walk pristine beaches, revel in the arts and culture, and reclaim childhood memories of seashells, sandcastles, and saltwater taffy.

Tour package includes: Round-trip Cross Sound Ferry, round-trip High Speed Ferry passage to Martha’s Vineyard, 3 nights hotel accommodations, 3 breakfasts, 2 dinners (including 1 Lobster dinner), admissions, and tour guide, and deluxe round-trip transportation.
Not included: Gratuity to motor coach driver, tour escort, which is left to your discretion, personal incidental charges such as local and long distance telephone calls, and meals not indicated.

Depart:
6:30 am Farmingville Exit 63 Park & Ride.
7:00 am Calverton 253 Edwards Avenue -Hampton Jitney terminal.
7:30 am Cutchogue King Kullen Shopping Center.
7:40 am Southold In front of Bank of America.
7:50 am Greenport Municipal parking lot South of RR tracks. Municipal parking lot, South of RR Tracks.
9:00 AM Journey to New London via the Cross Sound Ferry.

Day 1 – Tuesday, June 18th
Proceed to Hyannis, Massachusetts.

Your LOCAL GUIDE will meet you and conduct a tour of HYANNIS including the John F. Kennedy Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, Hyannis port and a view of St. Francis Xavier Church, the summer parish of the Kennedy Family.

Admission is included to the JOHN F. KENNEDY HYANNIS MUSEUM. The seas and shores of Hyannis Port inspired our 35th President like no other place on earth. It was here that he contemplated and accepted his run for office. Discover why he loved this place so, and how he spent his time on Cape Cod. “I always go to Hyannis Port to be revived, to know again the power of the sea and the master who rules over it and all of us.” John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Check into your hotel:

FAIRFIELD INN HYANNIS
867 Lyannough Rd, Hyannis, MA 02601
1-508- 771-6100

Dinner is included this evening.

Day 2 – Wednesday, June 19th
Breakfast is included this morning at the hotel.

Travel Route 6A, the old King’s Highway, a scenic byway winding through centuries of Cape Cod history. It winds past hundreds of historic structures which characterize its early development. View Eastham Windmill, a Cape Cod Lighthouse and visit the CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE VISITOR’S CENTER. Sand dunes and the ocean surround you as you approach “Land’s End”-Provincetown. You are now at the extreme tip of Cape Cod. Formerly known as the “Province Lands” the pilgrims landed here first before they decided to settle across the Bay in Plymouth. Take some time to enjoy the wonderful variety of restaurants, shops, and galleries that make this artists/fishermen village so unique.

WHALE¬WATCH DUNES Board an excursion vessel for an amazing experience of WHALE WATCHING. You will travel into the natural habitat of a diverse marine environment including birds that migrate here from all over the Atlantic, and fish which use these shallow waters to feed. Try to spot Humpback, Minke, and Fin Whales going about their daily business. An on-board naturalist will introduce you to everything you see and will answer any of your questions about the whales, birds, fish and lighthouses.

OR YOU MAY CHOOSE TO STAY ON DRY LAND:

Admission is included this afternoon on a fabulous, fun DUNE TOUR excursion. Ride through the protected lands of the Cape Cod National Seashore, the largest protected coastline in the country. Your driver/guide will point out the “dune shacks” where famous artists and writers became inspired to create their art.

Dinner is on your own this evening at one of the numerous local restaurants.

Day 3– Thursday, June 20th
Breakfast is included this morning at the hotel.

Your Local Guide will meet you at the hotel and escort you to the HY-LINE DOCKS for ticketing and boarding of the 9am High Speed Ferry to the island of MARTHA’S VINEYARD. Upon arrival at 10am you will board a local bus for a Sightseeing Tour. Learn about the history and lifestyles of the islanders as you pass through Vineyard Haven. There will be free time for lunch and shopping in the historic whaling town of Edgartown. Complete your day on the island in Oak Bluffs. You may choose to stroll through “Cottage City” with its brightly painted cottages and decorative “gingerbread” trim. Depart the island at 3:35pm, arriving back on the mainland at 4:35pm.

A LOBSTER DINNER is included this evening back on the mainland. An alternate entrée will be available for any “landlubbers” not wishing to eat shellfish.

Day 4 – Friday, June 21st
Breakfast is included this morning at your hotel.

Check out and depart the hotel.

Admission is included this morning to the WHYDAH PIRATE MUSEUM. The Whydah was a fully rigged galley ship that was built by the British. During one of its voyages in 1717, it was captured by the famed pirate Samuel “Black Sam” Bellamy. During an infamous storm off the coast of Cape Cod the Whydah sank, laying its treasure just 500 feet of the shore for over 300 years. Now you can touch and see the world’s only authenticated pirate treasure.

Bid farewell to your local guide and depart for home with sand in your shoes, seashells in your pocket and many fond memories.

Return via Cross Sound Ferry.

Estimated time of return to Greenport.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
THE “PURPLE MOOSE TOUR” NEW HAMPSHIRE FOUR-DAY TOUR [SF]
Date(s):
Friday-Monday
June 21-24, 2019
Price:
$769 pp/Double Occ.
$759 pp/Triple Occ.
$749 pp/Quad Occ.
$925 pp/Single Occ. PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR TRIP RESERVATION: 631-283-4600 x7770
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BULLMOOSE LUPINEFIELDS Fields of Lupines Celebration (Purple) and Moose Trax

Travel to the hotel in New Hampshire’s beautiful White Mountains at the base of Loon Mountain. You will have services of a local guide for all touring. Delight in a five course fine dining experience on the Café Lafayette Dinner Train as you ride the rails, enjoy an award-winning Grand Sunday Brunch, take Wagon Ride through the purple lupine fields, a Tram ride to the top of Cannon Mountain, an evening Moose Tour and opportunities for shopping.

For the Moose Tour you will ride the motor coach with your tour guide, traveling into the natural habitats and secret hiding places of these elusive animals. Very exciting!


Tour package includes: 3 nights hotel accommodations including, taxes and baggage handling (1 bag per person), 3 Breakfasts, 1 lunch at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel, 3 dinners (including Café Lafayette Dinner Train), Kancamagus Highway tour with stops, Village of North Conway New Hampshire Scenic Touring, Rock’s Estate Gardens of Yesteryear presentation, Sugar Hill Sampler, Museum and Gift Shop, Wagon Ride through (Purple)Lupine Fields, Cannon Mountain Tram, Fadden’s General Store, Evening Moose Tour, all applicable taxes and gratuities, and deluxe round-trip transportation.
Not included: Gratuities for motor coach driver and tour escort. All gratuities are up to each individual’s discretion. Also not included are personal incidentals such as room service, local and long distance telephone calls, meals not indicated and alcoholic beverages.

Depart:
6:00 AM Southampton Hampton Jitney’s Southampton Terminal at the OMNI on County Road 39A, across from the Car Wash.
6:30 AM Westhampton Parking Lot inside Gabreski Airport to the left of the entrance, at the bus shelter. (Old Riverhead Road, County Road 31).
7:00 AM Farmingville LIE Exit 63 Park & Ride on North Ocean Ave, between the Speedway Gas Station and Applebee’s parking lot, closest to the bus shelter.
7:20 AM Huntington LIE Exit 49 Park & Ride, North side service road, East of Route 110 & West of Pinelawn Rd. by the bus shelter.


Day 1 – Friday June 22, 2019

6:00 AM Depart from Southampton for New Hampshire with Lunch and Rest Stops along the way.

Arrive at your hotel:
Mountain Club on Loon - White Mountains
90 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln, NH
(800) 229-7829


Dinner is included this evening (either at the hotel or a local restaurant).

Day 2 – Saturday June 23, 2019

Enjoy a full buffet breakfast at your leisure at the hotel.

Your local guide will meet you at the hotel for a day of touring.

Visit the Rocks Estate “The Rocks Estate in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, is best known as a popular New Hampshire Christmas Tree Farm. But the 1,400-acre property offers much more. Beyond the neat rows of Christmas trees lined by perfect stone walls lies a world of history, wildlife, and experiential learning…Here you will enjoy a presentation on Garden’s of Yesteryear. Following the presentation there will be an interpretive tour of the gardens of The Rocks Estate.

There will be time for the Gift Shop afterwards where you can purchase gifts or enjoy a tea or coffee to go. You may also wish to wander the grounds of the estate, exploring on your own.

Take a Wagon Ride through the Fields of Lupines and experience something unique - a gift shop and museum thoughtfully displayed in a colonial barn built by the owner's ancestors in the 1790's!


“Paying homage to the annual blossoming of this captivating wildflower, the Fields of Lupine Blooming is a time honored regional event. The brilliant spikes of the lupine flower carpet local fields and pastures in a rolling sea of vibrant purposes, pinks, blues and whites. The long-lasting blossoms attract equally dazzling butterflies and create a breathtaking floral display against the majestic backdrop of the Franconia, Presidential, and Kinsman Mountain ranges. You are sure to find abundant photo opportunities.” Quote excerpted from internet site.

This evening dinner is included on the Café Lafayette Dinner Train!

Relive the romance of dining on the rails in one of three beautifully restored Pullman dining cars.

Allow yourselves to journey back in time on this peaceful journey as you dine against a backdrop of ever changing scenery. You will see magnificent mountain vistas and lush forests surrounding train.

You will enjoy five courses of fine food served to you in the Grand European manner.

Choose from tempting appetizers, always fresh meat, poultry, seafood and vegetarian entrees - prepared and cooked to order on board by their Chef. Enjoy freshly baked bread rolls, unforgettable salads prepared with greens and herbs foraged from our gardens and palate-refreshing sorbets. Their irresistible desserts are made from scratch daily and are complemented by finely sourced coffees and teas. They are able to accommodate most special dietary needs upon request and with adequate notice. A complete wine list and cocktail service is also available.

Day 3 - Sunday June 24, 2019

Enjoy a full buffet breakfast at your leisure at the hotel.

Meet your local guide and take off across the Kancamagus Highway. “One the most scenic routes in America is located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. The “Kanc” as the locals call it, is officially the section of Route 112 that is both an attraction and a destination. The names in this region of New England are mostly Native American – e.g., Kancamagus Mountain, Passaconaway (Child of the Bear), and Chocorua.” Quote taken from internet site. This is a scenic highway taking you through White Mountain National Forest.

Stops will be made at Albany Covered Bridge and Rocky Gorge.

Today enjoy an Elegant Brunch at the White Mountain Inn & Resort. The hotel sits at the base of White Horse Ledge with views overlooking Cranmore Mountain. They have an award-winning Chef on staff for their famous All-You-Can-Eat Grand Sunday Brunch. Enjoy a chef-attended omelet station, bacon, maple sausage, homemade corned beef hash, home fries, Belgian waffles with a variety of fresh fruit toppings, whipped cream and homemade maple butter, chef-attended carving station with two carved roasts of the day, weekly entrée specials, fresh vegetables of the day, homemade soups, pancakes and Eggs Benedict from the kitchen, delectable dessert table and much more.

There will be free time in village of North Conway. You also might like to explore the Victorian Train Station at the Conway Scenic Railroad. Afterwards travel through the vivid White Mountains enjoying the views and taking photo stops along the way with your guide.

This afternoon ride the Tramway to the 4,080 foot summit of Cannon Mountain.

View the spectacular rugged mountain scenery with a short loop trail around the summit showing off the towering peaks of the Franconia and Kinsman mountain ranges. You can see the mountains of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and Canada on a clear day. When you arrive you’ll find a 360 degree observation deck, a café, bar and restrooms. This is a must see attraction exciting for all ages!

Note: The Tramway is handicapped accessible.

Return to your hotel this afternoon to relax and get ready for your evening adventure.

Dinner is included this evening at the hotel or a local restaurant.

After dinner experience a three hour Evening Moose Tour. See these gentle, magnificent giants in their natural habitat on a three-hour riding tour.

Day 4 - Monday June 25, 2019

A Full Buffet Breakfast is included at the hotel, at your leisure.

10:00 AM Visit Fadden’s General Store. “Authentic, old fashioned general store, family-owned since 1896! On site maple sugar house, 5-time winner of “Best Maple Syrup in New Hampshire”. Groceries, souvenirs, and the area's largest selection of maple syrup and maple sugar products.” Quote excerpted from their internet site.

11:00 AM Travel home with rest and lunch stops along the way.

8:00 PM Approximate arrival back in Southampton.

Approximate arrival in Southampton, NY.

To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems
or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.
Tour:
INTERNATIONAL JOURNEYS 2017-2018
Date(s):
Various
Price:
Various
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Hampton Jitney is pleased to partner with Marian Deal Smith of Alternative Tours, once again, to give our customers the opportunity to travel abroad.

Designed & escorted by Marian Deal Smith, CTP, an American who has lived in Europe & speaks enough French, German & Italian to really get you off the beaten path!

Their exclusive Int’l tours include: transatlantic air, all breakfasts, dinners & sightseeing – no added optional tour costs!*

Call us for contact information and so you can be placed on a priority list for 2018.

631-283-4600 x7770


SWISSALPS
EUROPE IN A NUTSHELL - SEPTEMBER 22-OCTOBER 5, 2018


MARIAN Our journey begins in elegant Vienna (1 night) then continues by first class train to Salzburg, Austria (4 nights). It is from Salzburg that we do Sound of Music tours & Munich, Germany. We then travel by the trans-alpine express train (first class, of course!) to Bern, Switzerland, (a wonderful medieval city) for 7 nights, where we make excursions to France, Germany & Italy. Imagine the sounds of cow bells serenading you IN the mountains, a sun setting OVER the Swiss Alps, have Black Forest Cake… IN the Black Forest, seeing the Alsace-Lorraine region of France, beer in Munich, dining in Italy, Schonbrunn Palace in Vienna.

This is their signature tour since 1985! This tour always sells out and is offered every 2 years.

Please call to be on a priority list, so you are the first to know as these tours sell out quickly!
Capacity is limited to about 25-30 per tour.


COMING IN THE SPRING OF 2019...

ENGLAND, IRELAND, SCOTLAND & WALES!

Check back for more information in the near future.
Tour:
GENERAL INFORMATION
Date(s):
-
Price:
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To provide you with the best possible service, please advise us of any special dietary needs, mobility problems or special accommodation requirements when making your reservation, so that adequate provisions can be made.

PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION OR TO OBTAIN ANY ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO OBTAIN FULL ITINERARIES FOR ANY MULTI-DAY TOURS YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN.
631-283-4600 EXT. 7770 for the South Fork Office and EXT. 7732 for the North Fork Office.


Getaways - Policy

Reservations are accepted only with payment at time of booking: We accept credit cards by phone (MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover); Cash, Credit Card, or Check at Hampton Jitney’s counter in the OMNI lobby.  Credit card sales are processed at the time of the reservation.  Cancellations will be accepted on a conditional basis.  We attempt to resell seats but do not guarantee to do so.  If not resold, the customer is still obligated to pay for the non-sold/non-cancelable parts of the package.  Any change, refund or cancellation will incur a $25/pp service charge.             


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