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Boston and Salem

Boston and Salem
On the night of April 18, 1775, Sexton Robert Newman climbed the steeple of the Old North Church and hung two lanterns to signal that the British were on their way to Concord. Thus, the American Revolution began.
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Colonial Virginia

Colonial Virginia
Colonial Williamsburg is the preserved, restored capital of Colonial Virginia. There you will walk the same streets as George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. The town exists today much as it did 200 years ago.
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Ethnic Tours: African-American

Ethnic Tours: African-American
Ethnic historical and cultural programs are becoming increasingly popular. Itineraries may be custom designed to meet your group's requirements. MAXIMUM STUDENT TOURS offers an abundance of creative options at a variety of destinations such as Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, or Washington, D.C. These inclusions can be added to standard packages or can be embellished to create a total itinerary.
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French Canada

French Canada
A taste of Europe at a fraction of the cost. Travel north to Montreal, sightseeing to include Cathedrale Notre Dame, la rue Ste. Catherine, I'lle Ste. Helene, le Mont Royal, etc. Authentic French Dinner in Quebec City and evening cruise on St. Lawrence River. An in depth Quebec City tour, leisure time in Place Royale, tour of Beaupre Coast and dinner at Chemin du Roy Sugar Shack. Tour le Vieux Port in Montreal enroute home.
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Gettysburg Pennsylvania

Gettysburg Pennsylvania
From 2011-2015, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania will commemorate America’s Civil War. We invite you to walk the fields, tour the Gettysburg National Military Park, and explore the streets and structures to hear stories of soldiers, civilians and President Abraham Lincoln. It is the stories that are told about the Confederate and Union troops-the people who fought here, who lived here, and who died here that we commemorate. Come to understand President Lincoln and the impact of the Gettysburg Address. It is the story much larger than the battle of July 1861 – it is the story of our nation. Join in the commemoration as we honor America
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Historic Philadelphia and Lancaster or Valley Forge

Historic Philadelphia and Lancaster or Valley Forge
The birthplace of America is Philadelphia, the city where the founding fathers lived and the Declaration of Independence was signed. Today that history echoes in the original buildings and museums of the area often called "Historic Philadelphia."
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Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls were formed when glaciers receded at the end of the Wisconsin glaciation (the last ice age), and water from the newly formed Great Lakes carved a path through the Niagara Escarpment en route to the Atlantic Ocean. While not exceptionally high, the Niagara Falls are very wide. More than six million cubic feet of water falls over the crest line every minute in high flow, and almost four million cubic feet on average.
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NYS Capital and Great Escape in Lake George

NYS Capital and Great Escape in Lake George
See the activities of New York State government, like those of our national government, are organized into three complementary branches: the legislative, the executive, and the judicial. Within the Capitol are spaces designed for and linked with each of these branches. It took five different architects and 25 years to build New York State’s capitol building, Governor Theodore Roosevelt declared the building complete in 1899. Not to be missed in the building is the elaborate million dollar staircase. Spend the day at Six Flags Great Escape, home to 125 thrilling rides, shows and attractions. The Great Escape is on 140 scenic, wooded acres. This park is home to the famous Comet, a classic wooden coaster that ranks among America’s top five. You will find 10 live shows throughout the park that will amaze and amuse.
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Orlando, FL

Orlando, FL
Create your own magical memories with a custom tour and service of a MAXIMUM tour director during your entire trip.
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Upstate New York: Cooperstown Howe Caverns

Upstate New York: Cooperstown Howe Caverns
Cooperstown, despite being baseball mecca, is overall a small, quiet town. There is only one traffic light and Main Street is only 5 blocks long. Over the years, other influences have shaped the region and its appeal to history seekers, including the farming economy and baseball. Today, all these influences are celebrated in our history museums: the Farmer’s Museum, and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Visit Howe Caverns, New York State’s second most-visited natural attraction (Niagara Falls is 1).
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Virginia

Virginia
A Great Vacation with Fun at the Beach and more...Enjoy the amusement parks - Busch Gardens and Kings Dominion, Virginia Beach and Boardwalk along with Baltimore Inner Harbor. Make this a trip to remember.
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Washington DC

Washington DC
Washington DC offers visitors history in the majestic monuments, memorials and world class museums. You don’t have to travel any further than the National Mall to be surrounded by it all.
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