Hotels will be located on the beach. This trip includes four nights lodging, four breakfasts, four dinners; visit to Virginia Beach boardwalk; visit to colonial Williamsburg and a guided tour. Then go to the Yankee Candle Village Store (huge store) decorated for Christmas all year round; go to Virginia Beach Aquarium and Marine Science Center; an award winning attraction; also have a Diamond Tours dinner party with entertainment and dancing included; also visit the Nauticus and Battleship Wisconsin located on the downtown waterfront; it's a marine themed science center with 3-D films and dozens of exhibits; later that evening dinner on the cruise called the Sprit of Norfolk (lovely ship dining and dancing and sightseeing); price for double occupancy is $559.00 per person; single $738.00 per person and triple $539.00 per person. We will be leaving from the Denville Senior Center located across the street from the Acme. Call Carol – 973-271-9252.
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