Memphis & Nashville: SMC trip, Oct. 24-29, 2020 CANCELLED
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Double Occupancy $1949 ▪ Triple Occupancy $1929 ▪ Single Occupancy $2469 Rates include $96 in air transportation taxes and fees.
• Round Trip Airfare • 5 Nights Accommodations featuring 3 Nights at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel
• 8 Meals: 5 Breakfasts & 3 Dinners • Reserved Seats at the Grand Ole Opry • Memphis City Tour
• Nashville Tour with Singer/Songwriter Guide • Admission to Graceland, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Behind the Scenes Tour of the Grand Ole Opry • RCA Studio B Recording Studio
Day 1: Today fly to Memphis, the birthplace of Soul, Rock 'n Roll and Blues. Spend two nights at the Sheraton Hotel located in the downtown area. This evening enjoy dinner at a popular restaurant on famed Beale Street.
Day 2: This morning enjoy a tour of Memphis and its musical heritage. Later visit Graceland, the palatial estate of Elvis Presley. See the largest collection of gold records in the world as well as Elvis' elaborate stage costumes and jewelry. The rest of your day explore this exciting city on your own, including the "Duck March" at the Peabody Hotel and live music and excitement on Beale Street.
Day 3: Travel to Nashville, the Country Music Capital of the World. Enjoy three nights at the famed Opryland Hotel. This great hotel features nine acres of lush, indoor gardens, winding pathways, sparking waterfalls as well as 30 specialty shops, a spa and a variety of restaurants.
Day 4: This morning enjoy a tour of Nashville, Music City with a singer/songwriter guide. You'll enjoy Nashville's fabled music history with drive-bys of Honky Tonk Row and the Bluebird Café. Also visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. View some of Country's greatest stars' costumes, musical instruments as well as entertaining film and audio clips. Tonight take your reserved seat for a performance of the Grand Ole Opry.
Day 5: Today you'll have the option (at no additional cost) of visiting the Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry, or discover the Johnny Cash Museum where you'll enjoy a three dimensional journey through his life. Later enjoy free time to walk along Broadway downtown filled with restaurants, cafes and music venues.
Day 6: Today you'll fly home from Nashville with fond memories of America's Music Cities.
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