New York City June 2016

New York City

June 17-19

Day 1 – Friday, June 17 –  A morning departure will take you to exciting New York City!  Your hotel for the next two nights is The Cambria Hotel & Suites, located on West 28th Street.

Day 2 – Saturday, June 18 – This morning, enjoy a guided tour of New York City to include Times Square, Central Park, Ground Zero and more!  This afternoon is free to explore the city at your leisure.  Dinner is included at a local restaurant before enjoying a Broadway Musical (the show is TBA.  Show schedule was not available at the time of printing) 

Day 3 – Sunday, June 19 – This morning, depart on a ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Immigration Museum.  The Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States of America and is a universal symbol of freedom and democracy.  From 1892 to 1954, Ellis Island processed the greatest tide of incoming humanity in the nation’s history.  Nearly 12 million landed here in their search for freedom of speech, religion, and economic opportunity.  This afternoon, bid farewell to the “Big Apple” as you make your way home with fond memories of your tour to the “city that never sleeps.”

Cost Per Person:          Single          Double       Triple

                                             $1,298           $935          $824

Book by April 17:       $1,233.10       $888.25     $782.80

Your Tour Includes:  Roundtrip motorcoach transportation, 2 night’s lodging, 1 meal, attractions as highlighted in the itinerary, luggage handling for one suitcase per person, hotel taxes, tax and gratuity on the included meal, the services of a Cyr Northstar Tour Director and tour planning  services.

Payment & Reservations:  A deposit of $200 per person is required to confirm reservations and is due at the time of booking.  Final payment is due by Mayh 10, 2016.

Departure Locations: Old Town, Bangor, Newport, Pittsfield, Waterville, Augusta, Lewiston, South Portland, Biddeford, Wells, Portsmouth and Seabrook.