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Staying Close to Home? A Gate 1 Escorted Tour Makes It Easy!

Friday, December 19, 2014

This time of year, all thoughts turn toward home, precious friends and family, and the pure enjoyment of staying close to where the heart is. It's the perfect time to catch up with old acquaintances, reconnect, and—of course!—share your travel plans.

We hear time and again from our friends and family that they've been so eager to visit other countries—from Europe to Asia, from Australia to Africa—that they've all but forgotten to see their own. So during this season when we're all so focused on the people and places that are close to us, we want to tell you more about Gate 1 Travel's itineraries right here in the U.S. Each one is carefully designed to be as enriching, as comprehensive, and as value-packed as our international trips.

From the magnificent sweep of our national parks to bustling cultural centers, from coastal beauty to southern charm, Gate 1 gives you plenty of reasons to stay close to home in 2015. So join us ... take a closer look at your own backyard.

Gate 1's U.S. Escorted Tours: The Ultimate in Convenience and Value

Mount RushmoreHere's the real beauty of seeing this magnificent country on a Gate 1 Escorted Tour: We take care of everything for you. This saves you countless hours of planning—arranging airfare and car rental, researching sites to visit and making sure you have driving directions, hoping you've picked a decent restaurant for your meals. We take care of all that for you, and are happy to recommend dining venues for meals that are not included in your trip cost. Plus, you'll gain insight and learn more about your destination than you ever would on your own, thanks to the expert knowledge of our tour managers. Simply put, the only thing you have to worry about is enjoying yourself and taking in our country's glorious sites.

What's more, our buying power with hotels and other travel providers ensures you the lowest possible price for your overall trip. In fact, if you were to try to duplicate any one of our trips on your own, you would end up paying far more.

So let's take a look at the breadth of Gate 1's reach across this great country.

The East: Rich Histories and Seductive Charms

Liberty BellWe'll begin where the U.S. began. You've long heard about the birth of the nation and the gently rolling hills outside Boston, Massachusetts, that were the stage of the American Revolution. It's quite a moving experience to witness firsthand the historic places that carry echoes of pre- and post-colonial days. It all comes startlingly to life in New England, from the first settlement at Plymouth Rock to the living museum of Old Sturbridge Village.

Of course, Boston was the hub of it all. Legendary sites like the Old North Church, Beacon Hill, and the Boston Commons—the oldest public park in the country—take you back to inspiring moments in history. There's more inspiration in Hyannis on Cape Cod, lined with beautiful sand beaches and home of the Kennedy Compound, witness to so much national pride and tragedy. Massachusetts also nurtured some world-renowned literary and artistic talents, as you can see at Herman Melville's Arrowhead; Edith Wharton's home, the Mount; and the Norman Rockwell Museum—each one providing incredible insight into the lives of artists whose work has stood the test of time.

Those lovely rolling hills of Massachusetts rise into dramatic mountains in Vermont and New Hampshire. Traversing these stunningly beautiful states—much of them protected U.S. Forest Land—you'll pause to explore charming, steepled New England villages and admire sweeping vistas of granite cliffs and hills blanketed in evergreen.

A bit farther south, there are more colonial-era sites—and one especially moving Civil War battlefield. Philadelphia played as critical role as Boston in revolutionary days. The founding fathers met here to draft the Declaration of Independence and the city served as a temporary capital while Washington DC was under construction. Today, the "City of Brotherly Love" is a revered cultural center and home to the Liberty Bell, an iconic symbol of freedom.

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Book by January 1, 2015 and save $200 per person off our regular price. Promotion is not valid on existing reservations. To redeem the discounted savings, use promotional code CTUSA200 at the time of booking. All prices are per person based on twin occupancy. Prices are valid as of December 18, 2014 and subject to change without notice. Click abvove to book or call 800-682-3333 to speak with one of our reservation specialists.