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Boston Bus Tour
Thursday, June 25
Entry cost: $80/person
Trip needs minimum 35 participants to run

Depart the Crowne Plaza at 9 AM by motor coach for a fun and exciting Duck Boat Tour ( of the great city of Boston (Yes, these are the same Duck Boats that our awesome N.E. Patriots rode in the Super bowl “Winners Parade”)!.The Duck Boats will give all a very unique view of historic ole’ Bean Town, ending up with a splash in the Charles River for a completely unique view of the city and the harbor! Following the tour, we will visit historic Faneuil Hall ( ) and Quincy Market. Quincy Market is a historic market complex near Faneuil Hall in downtown Boston, Massachusetts. It was constructed 1824–1826 and named in honor of Mayor Josiah Quincy, who organized its construction without any tax or debt. Great shopping and more to eat than one could ever imagine!
As one restaurant states: “Our fish are so fresh, they are positively rude”!


Newport Bus Tour
Friday, June 26
Entry cost: $90/person (includes lunch)
Trip needs minimum 35 participants to run

Depart the Crowne Plaza Hotel at 9 AM by motor coach and head to the seaside city of Newport. Tour Newport’s spectacular Breakers Mansion and view the beautiful scenery and other magnificent homes along Bellevue Avenue and Ocean Drive. Lunch will be served at The Atlantic Beach Club, right on 1st Beach (literally), with a view of the start of the famous Ocean Cliff Walk. Next, we will motor on over to Bowen’s Wharf to visit the many shops and check out the gorgeous yachts. Boat trips and even a sailing trip on a 12 meter racing yacht can be booked on the wharf. Great place for desert!

*The Cliff Walk traverses the back of several of the historic mansions with a spectacular view of the bay. A great place to come back and explore! Don’t forget your camera!

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Federal Hill Dining
Thursday, June 25
Entry cost: $12
Bus transportation will be provided, round trip from the Convention Hotel, for those wishing to participate without driving their Alfas into Providence.