3 Day flash sale - -Special Bonuses for booking by Friday - March 2.
Leap Year ADDED BONUS AN EXTRA $200 ON-BOARD CREDIT for booking 2/29/12. Epic Civil War 13-day holiday includes 2 hotel nights and a 10-night voyage
Fares from $2,895 per guest SPECIAL BENEFITS:
1-night pre-voyage luxury hotel in your choice of Jackson, MS or New Orleans, LA* and 1-night post-voyage luxury hotel night in Chattanooga, TN. Emmy and Peabody Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ric Burns will be onboard to film “This Republic of Suffering”, the highly-anticipated production by “American Experience”, scheduled to air on PBS stations across the country beginning in September 2012
Included Premium Tour: The Battle of Vicksburg - The "Up-Close" Tour
Additional Historians and Tribute Artists
Enrichment and education by our Riverlorians
Civil War Era Musicians Cathy Barton & Dave Paratd
Call or Email Kerry TODAY! 816-801-8558 Kerry@girlfriendstravel.co
Whoops, Treaveler! It seems I have unwittingly hijacked your post and posted a similar notice about the Civil War cruise on another thread below. Furthermore, your post features a lovely rendition of the actual steamboat being used for the cruise.
I apologize for stepping on your toes on this one. Anyway, I still find the fare very steep, especially given the cost of flying or driving to the home port. That said, I don't know if the price is steep compared to other typical river cruises.
If I were to win the Lotto, I would not hesitate to do this cruise. It would be a fascinating fifteen days.
There is also a book devoted to Traveller himself written by Richard Adams. Apparently, its a whimsical narrative of the war's events as told by the horse. Its cover is shown on the page on the link above.
Again, many thanks, but, whoo, Daddy, that book costs $32.00!
I love the idea of the book about Traveller that is told by him. Great idea for a childrens' book. Well, maybe not. I reckon Traveller saw sights and experienced things children should not be exposed to.