Celebrating 48 Years in 2015



Celebrating 48 Years in 2015
~ Celebrating 48 Years in 2015 ~
Taking Along Friends
Everywhere We Go!
“Your Ticket to Fun!”
Since 1967
2535 132nd Ave.
Hopkins, MI 49328
Toll Free 877-793-7430
email: [email protected]
Dear Friends,
In 2015 it will be our 48th anniversary in the travel business. Our family business is proud to continue serving your travel
needs. Whether you have taken one trip or traveled many times with us, we say “thank
you” and we do appreciate you!
This past year was just wonderful - Bob (driver) and Pam (escort) had such a fantastic
time traveling with great people! We have memories that bring us to tears - just laughing! Other memories of beautiful scenery, and sweet fellowship and the fun times just
keep us going! You people are the reason we keep taking more tours! We thank the
Lord for you! God has blessed us greatly by bringing you into our life. Let’s continue
traveling together in 2015 and making more memories to last a lifetime!
In this brochure you will find ten tours that depart from West Michigan and Northern Indiana round trip by deluxe motor coach. Bob will be driving most trips and Pam will be
escorting the trips. Our daughter, Kaylee Brenner, will be escorting the New York City at
Christmas. The day-by-day itineraries for each tour are included in this brochure. Please
make your reservation by date listed with each tour and save $20 per person. Making
your reservations early is so important - please make your reservation today!
Our Mission
Brenner Vacations is a
family owned and
operated Christian
company committed to
quality, excellence and
integrity in providing adventure vacation opportunities with a truly caring
touch and a focus on the
traveler’s needs.
We will be traveling into Canada in July for the Glacier National Park & Canadian Rockies Tour and in August on the Nova Scotia, Cabot Trail & Prince Edward Island Tour. You
must have a valid Passport Book or Passport Card. Please get yours today if you don’t
already have one. These two trips are deluxe and so unique! Please read all about the trips in this brochure. Bob and I
are so excited about taking you there!
The Lord opens doors for us that we can’t open on our own, - how often in life haven’t we each experienced that? We at
Brenner Tours are so grateful that Country Travel Discoveries is partnering with us to offer YOU travel all over the world!
Here is a company that you will enjoy and trust - they are ‘country’ like Brenner and the people that travel with them are
like YOU! The staff at Country Travel Discoveries is friendly and you will find them helpful with making your air arrangements to connect with one of their tours or maybe you want to drive your vehicle to the destiantion to begin the tour.
Country Travel Discoveries is offering Brenner customers $250.00 per couple discount ($125.00 per person). Please make
your reservation early because these tours fill months in advance. Please refer to page 3 in this brochure for more information.
We have so much to be thankful for. We live in the greatest country on earth! God is faithful and in control of everything.
When we know Him and walk with Him and grow with Him we can relax in His love can’t we? Let’s enjoy every day of
our life here on earth. God has given us so many beautiful places to see and to explore and experience! Let’s get out
there and do it! Let’s GO Places! Let’s do it together!! May God Bless YOU greatly this Year!
Your Friends at Brenner Tours
Brenner Tours 2015
Mail reservation form and deposit to 2533 132nd Ave., Hopkins, MI 49328
Provide the following information:
Name and Date of Tour
• Number of Reservations Needed
• Type of room accommodations
(single, double, triple)
• Your preferred departure point
• When Brenner receives your reservation
and deposit, we send a confirmation and
Trip Cancellation Insurance folder
information along with a confirmation.
On the confirmation you will see your
balance owed on the trip.
Reservation Form on Page 19
• Brenner Escort
• Taxes and gratuities on included functions
• Sightseeing and admission per itinerary
• Fun experiences, unique dining experiences
• Modern, deluxe rest room equipped
motor coaches with A/C, large, panoramic
windows, reclining seats, and DVD monitors
• Carefully planned itineraries
• Professional Drivers, Holiday Coach Company
• Rest stops approximately every 2 - 2-1/2 hours.
Seating rotation which affords equal opportunity
for each traveler to view scenery equally from
different areas of the coach throughout the trip.
• Deluxe hotel accommodations at hotels, motels,
motor inns, and resorts.
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• ALLEGAN – First Baptist Church on M-40 south of M-89 in back lot on the west, not by road
• MARTIN - Reformed Church, east off US 131
• GRAND RAPIDS - 28th & Michael in Wyoming. Please do not park near the Family Fare Store.
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• MIDDLEBURY, IN - The Essenhaus Restaurant, located one mile west of SR 13, north side of US 20.
Check in at front desk at the Country Inn with your car’s license plate number
• SOUTH BEND, IN – Bob Evans Restaurant, 204 Dixie way South Route 933 at I-80/90 Exit 177
WE DO NOT PICK UP AT ALL LOCATIONS ON EVERY TOUR! Although every effort to is made to accommodate every traveler, pick up at your desired location may not be possible
on every tour. This is determined two weeks prior to departure based on direction of travel, number of travelers at
each location, attractions and the drivers’ federally-mandated hours of service. If you plan to leave your vehicle at
the departure point for the duration of the tour, please inform someone at the establishment. Be aware neither that
establishment nor Brenner Tours can accept responsibility for damage to vehicles left.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The 2015 tour prices listed is based on currency exchange in effect. All tour prices are
subject to revision in the event of a fluctuation in tariff rates, currency rates, gasoline surcharges or other factors
beyond our control. Every effort is made to publish accurate printing. Rates quoted in US Dollars. We reserve the right
to vary itineraries and substitute facilities, hotels, or events of equal or better quality if necessary.
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Your Ticket to Fun!
Traveling the World
Good Morning!
We are pleased to introduce you to our friends at Country Travel DISCOVERIES, located just across the lake
in Elm Grove, Wisconsin.
Brenner Tours is excited to offer you CTD’s full line up of tours beginning in 2015. Its tag line “Personalized,
Different, Real,” perfectly describes why we are so pleased to partner with owner Steve Uelner and his staff
of trip planners.
The CTD crew creates “off-the-beatenpath” discovery vacations that emphasize experiencing the back roads of areas you travel through. With CTD, you’ll
find yourself visiting an alpine farm in
Austria, hosted for a farm-fresh breakfast in an Iowa Amish home, or joining a
Maine lobster man at his boat before an authentic New England lobster bake.
Exclusive Savings for Brenner Customers ...
In partnership with Steve’s company, we have arranged an exclusive discount for customers of Brenner
Tours. Book a Country Travel DISCOVERIES tour and you will receive a discount of $250 per couple ($125 per
person). Simply mention promotion code “BRENNER” and CTD’s friendly reservationists will apply the discount to your final invoice. Note that these discounts are not combinable with any other discounts Country
Travel DISCOVERIES may have in the marketplace.
For further information, visit www.CountryTravelDiscoveries.com/brenner, or call their reservations department at 1.855.744.8747, and request a catalog.
Remember to identify yourself as a Brenner Tours Customer. You can also book a tour directly
through their website - just use promotion code “BRENNER” to receive our exclusive $250 per couple discount.
Here’s a note from CTD owner Steve Uelner: “The Brenner Tours commitment to quality, excellence and integrity in providing vacation opportunities echoes CTD’s pledge to provide carefully crafted, unique experiences
throughout the world. It’s an honor to serve your customers - we know they will enjoy our discovery tours.”
Kind Regards,
Pamela Brenner
Pam Brenner, Bob VanDenBrink
PS: You will notice that Country
Travel DISCOVERIES starts their
tours at different departure
points throughout the country.
Travelers either drive or fly to
their departure city. If you would
like assistance with air arrangements, just let the CTD reservations team know.
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Gettysburg, “Moses” at the Sight and Sound Theatre
Lancaster Penn Dutch - 4 days - April 8-11
$568.00 Per Person/Double
$679.00 Single
$551.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before Jan. 8 and save $20 per
$200 Due January 8
Final Payment February 21
Last chance to see “Moses” at the Sight & Sound Theatre.
This is an awesome, inspiring production. The parting of
the Red Sea, the burning bush, the Ten Commandments the greatest Biblical epic of the Old Testament comes to
life! You do not want to miss it!
“Bob and Pam go out of their way to
make us all feel comfortable, loved and
cared for - appreciate they do not hide
their faith in God and have devotions
as we begin the day.”
Esther Stichter.
“We always have a good time.
Good people travel with Brenners.
Your motto: Taking along frriends
everywhere you go!”
Paul & Flora Christopher.”
• Tour of Gettysburg National Military Park with
local guide
• Amazing Performance of Moses at the Sight and
Sound Theatre
• Dinner at Hershey Farm Restaurant
• Tour of Lancaster and the Amish Countryside
with local guide
• Kitchen Kettle Village
• Chocolate Capital of the World - Hershey with
local guide
• Flight 93 Memorial
• 3 Continental Breakfasts
• 1 Dinner
DAY 1: Join us as we travel to the Pennsylvania Dutch
country in Lancaster. Look forward to witnessing the compelling and powerful production of Moses at the Sight and
Sound theatre. We travel the interstates to our overnight
accommodations in the Keystone State.
DAY 2: This morning travels soon finds us in Gettysburg,
the scene of the most decisive battle of the Civil War. A local guide joins us for a tour of the battlefield. Learn about
the largest battle ever fought on American soil. Get off
the coach several times this morning to get a close-up
view of these hallowed grounds. Continuing on to Lancaster, our seat awaits us at the Sight and Sound Theatre
for the inspiring production of Moses. Experience what
Moses and the people of Israel endured for years at the
hands of the Egyptians. From being sent down the Nile in
a basket, to parting the Red Sea, or encountering God in a
burning bush, experiencing the 10 plagues and receiving
the Ten Commandments from God, see how God raised
up Moses from a broken man to become the deliverer of
Israel. See all these events of this amazing story. After the
show is over we enjoy a delicious included dinner at the
Hershey Farm Restaurant. (CB D)
DAY 3: A local guide joins us this morning for a tour of
the Amish country, noted for its fertile fields and simpler
way of life. At the Kitchen Kettle Village, you may browse
the more than 40 shops in one outdoor shopping village,
filled with Lancaster County food, fresh baked breads,
goods, and tasty foods. Have lunch on your own while
browsing here. Travel on to Hershey, the Chocolate Capital of the World in the sweetest place on earth. This community is named after Milton Hershey, who built a chocolate factory here in 1903. A local guide will join us for a
tour of Hershey. Our route turns west for this evening.
DAY 4: This morning we visit the Flight 93 memorial. On
September 11, 2001 our nation came under attack when
four commercial airlines were used to strike targets on
the ground. Because of the actions of the 40 passengers on board Flight 93, the attack on the US Capital was
thwarted. One day this was common field, now it is a field
of honor forever. Travel home this afternoon, reflecting
on the wonderful scenery, the food, our friends, and the
inspirational entertainment we have all enjoyed. (CB)
“We appreciate how Pam & Bob have the trips well
organized and how they are concerned for each of us.
The step on guides are very informative.”
Steve & Ruth Waterman
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Old South Vicksburg, Natchez & New Orleans
Including Cajun Country
10 days - April 16-25
$2,131.00 Per Person/Double
$2,626.00 Single
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before Jan. 16 and save $20 per
$600 Due January 16
Final Payment February 15
• Old Southern Natchez, “Life along Old Man
• City Tour of Natchez
• Carriage Ride Natchez
• Frogmore Plantation and Cotton Gin Tour
• Delta Music Museum
• Cajun Landing Restaurant
• Martin Accordions
• Tabasco Pepper Sauce Factory
• Avery Island Jungle Gardens
• Landry’s Seafood & Steak New Iberia
• Kohrico Rice Company
• Cajun Experience & Lunch w/Swamp Tour
• Dinner Twelve Oaks or Similar
• Swamp & Lunch Tour
• New Orleans City Tour
• Dinner at Court of Two Sisters
• Plaquemine Locks State Historical Site
• Iberville Museum
• Greenwood Plantation Lunch & Tour
• Vicksburg Military Park
• Dinner Lamberts Throwed Rolls
• 9 Breakfasts
• 6 Lunches
• 7 Dinners
We strongly recommend trip cancellation
insurance for this trip
Experience the sights, sounds and flavors of the Gulf Coast
- from Bay to Bayou to the Mississippi Delta. “Southern
Hospitality” is just what you’ll find in this exploration of the
Gulf region’s diverse cultural, culinary and natural attractions. Savor delectable meals in the Big Easy, including dinner at the renowned Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans
French Quarter. Explore historical life in towns and plantations along the Mississippi, meet bayou country locals who
earn a living from land and sea, and enjoy an enticing excursion into the heart of Cajun Country!
This is a deluxe tour. With many meals included,
unique experiences and very nice accommodations.
Please join Bob (driver) and Pam (escort) for this oneof-a-kind vacation adventure! Please make your reservation today!
DAY 1: Let’s get acquainted with our traveling family of
friends as we travel along. We have an included dinner tonight. Best Western Plus. Sikeston, Missouri (D)
DAY 2: We continue our drive south, enjoying the sights
and fellowship and fun with our friends. We are headed
for Natchez, Mississippi. This is the unforgettable ‘Old
South’. Natchez Grand Hotel is home for the next two
nights. Dinner is included tonight. Enjoy! (B D)
DAY 3: We tour Natchez and experience Natchez, the
birthplace of Mississippi and learn about “life along Old
Man River” from the early beginnings to what it is today. An afternoon horse-drawn carriage ride through the
quaint streets of town tops off the afternoon. We have
included dinner at a local restaurant. (B, D)
DAY 4: After included breakfast find your seat in the
original pews of an 1800s plantation church for an unforgettable musical adventure! Our Delta Music Tour of
Frogmore Plantation features outstanding vocalists and
historical narration that will give you a glimpse of plantation life. We’re at Cajun Landing for lunch. Next, we’re off
to Cajun country to visit Martin Accordions. The Martin
family will entertain you and discuss the making of accordions. You’ll hear some rousing music too! Meals included. Hilton Hotel, Lafayette, Louisiana. (B, L)
“Bob and Pam make their tours very interesting and
fun! They are great to travel with!”
Bob and Kathy Chase
DAY 5: Things “heat up” this morning at the world’s oneand-only Tabasco Pepper Sauce factory. See firsthand
how this favorite spice is bottled and packaged. Later,
explore Avery Island Jungle Gardens and Bird Sanctuary,
home to countless varieties of exotic plants and wildlife.
Get up close looks at herons and egrets, which nest here
in the spring, and you may catch a glimpse of deer, bears
and alligators as well! After a delicious lunch, we’ll tour
Conrad Rice Mill - the oldest operating rice mill in the
United States. You’ll learn about its history and major importance in Cajun cooking. Toinight we’ll stay in Houma,
gateway to the heart of bayou country. Dinner included.
Enjoy! Courtyard by Marriot for a 2-night stay. Houma,
Louisiana. (B, L, D)
DAY 6: A hardy breakfast and travel into bayou communities where folks earn their living from land and sea. See
oyster, shrimp and soft-shell crab operations and meet
the families who work them. Cajun experience and lunch
with swamp tour. Then climb aboard a Mardi Gras float.
This evening enjoy a wonderfuyl dinner at Twelve Oaks or
similar with your traveling companions. We return to the
Courtyard by Marriott for our second night. (B, L, D)
DAY 7: Breakfast in included this morning. Then we venture into the Louisiana swamps filled with Spanish moss,
Cypress trees, and many species of reptiles, ducks and
birds. You may even see another alligator or two!.After
a short trip back to New Orleans, enjoy an afternoon of
sights with a local guide in fabulous New Orleans. Visit
the famous French Quarter, see the stately homes of the
Garden District and view some of the area hardest hit by
Hurricane Katrina. View some of New Orleans well-known
cemeteries with elab orate sculptures and decorative artwork. Afterwards, you’re in for a real treat, dinner tonight
is at the Court of Two Sisters - one of the French Quarters
renowned restaurants. Holiday Inn Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana. (B, L, D)
DAY 8: Breakfast is included then we travel west to
Plaquemine Lock State Historical Park. Bayou Plaquemine
served as a vavigable artery into the heartland of Louisiana until 1952. We visit the Iberville Museum. Lunch today
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will be at the impressive Greenwood Plantation. Rick and
Carolyn Barnes’ Greenwood home, a Greek Revival mansion set among live oaks draped with Spanish moss, is
considered to be the South’s finest example of classic colonial arthitecture. You’ll explore this magnificent home’s
rich past and its original builder’s prominent role in Louisiana history. Comfort Suites, Vicksburg, Mississippi. (B, L)
DAY 9: Breakfast then an unforgettable “Old South” experience awaits you after breakfast today. Explore the
city’s fascinating history and tour Vicksburg National Military Park - one of the most renowned Civil War sites in
the country! We travel to Sikestor, Missouri and check
into the Best Western Plus for our last night together.
Included farewell dinner at Lamberts Cafe, the home of
Throwed Rolls. :(B, Box Lunch, D)
DAY 10: We enjoy a hearty breakfast this morning and
then head for home, with unforettable memories of Louisiana and Mississippi’s southern charm. (B)
“From the ‘throwed rolls’ of Missouri to that blue
Pacific, the days were filled with wonders and so
much laughter. Wonderful companions, spectacular
scenery, luscious meals and unusual activites, and
many attractions filled the hours. I made many good
friends. Really an all-around perfect vacation!”
..... Shirlee Harris
“Bob and Pam put together an awesome trip! Not
only in seeing all the sights but, all the extras they
put into the trip and the fun times on the coach. We
truly see how awesome our God is!!!”
..... Bob and Anna Tanner
“Wonderful group, informative tour guides. We can’t
wait for next year and traveling again.”
..... Bud and Ruth Cilley
“I feel so pampered with Brenner Tours. Pam and
Bob take care of all the details so I can just sit back
and enjoy the trip!.”
..... Judy Kraft
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Glacier National Park and Canadian Rockies
Including Calgary Stampede
13 Days
$3,779.00 Per Person/Double
$5,012.00 Single
$3,406.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before March 1 and save $20 per
$700 Due March 1
Final Payment May 1
Regina Saskatchewan RCMP Heritage Center
Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic Site
Calgary Stampede
Rodeo Events
World Championship Chuckwagon Races and evening Grand Stand Show with magnificent fireworks
Lake Louise and Victoria Glacier
Lunch at Chateau Lake Louise
Valley of The Ten Peaks Banff
Sulphur Mountain Gondola
Banff - Jasper Highway Icefields Parkway
Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park
Snocoach Ride on Athabasca Glacier
Kootenai National Park
Sinclair Canyon
Kallispell, Montana
Glacier National Park “Going to the Sun Highway”
Vintage Red Jammer Touring Cars
Lewis & Clark Discovery Center
Historic Town of Medora, North Dakota
Medora Pitchfork Fondue
Medora Musical
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Mall of America
23 Meals Included
A valid Passport book or Passport Card required for this trip. You may
obtain the passport forms through the Clerk of Court, the post office or
go online at www.state.travel.gov. Get this now. Do not wait.
You must have one of these documents to enter back into the United
States on this tour.
Brenner Tours assumes no responsibility for any individual who cannot
provide the necessary identification/documentation required to board
any air, ferry or rail component included in their tour, nor for any individual who is denied entry at any border.
July 1-13
Friends, this is a deluxe vacation with so much included! 23 meals are
included which is nice because of the U.S. Canadian Exchange rates, you
don’t have to think about having Canadian dollars or foreign fees added
to your credit card which can really add up.
This is a tour round trip by deluxe motor coach. Pam is escorting the trip
and Bob is the driver. What a wonderful time we will have for 13 days!
We will experience the Icefields Parkway, North America’s most scenic
Highway. Another high point will be the visit to Lake Louise and its famous Chateau. In Banff the Sulphur Mountain gondola and free time to
explore thjis picturesque village. In Canada we will travel the winding
roads between some of the highest peaks in Canadian Rockies.
The Calgary Stampede marks its 103rd anniversary in 2015. The Calgary
Stampede is the Greatest outdoor show on earth! Everything is more
expensive in the Canadian Rockies during this time. But you will say, “it is
worth it” to attend the Stampede. We are going and we will have a blast!
If the trip of a lifetime to the Canadian Rockies is on your ‘bucket list’ let’s do it together in 2015. Bob and Pam would love to have you along
for the greatest adventure ever!
We strongly recommend trip cancellation insurance for this
DAY 1: We begin our great adventure to the beautiful Canadian Rockies today. We are traveling today skirting Lake
Michigan on our way into Wisconsin and our overnight stay
in Eau Claire. We have a get-acquainted dinner tonight (D)
DAY 2: Travel through Minnesota and enter North Dakota
with a stop in Fargo for lunch on own. After crossing the
border, travel through the province of Manitoba to your
destination for the night, Winnipeg. This evening you are
free to explore this dynamic metropolitan city. One of the
city’s jewels, the Assiniboine Riverwalk, winds along the
riverbanks from underneath Esplanade Riel all the way to
the foot of the Manitoba Legislature. Featuring interpretive plaques concerning area history, the walk showcases
a distinctive river’s eye view of central Winnipeg. (B)
DAY 3: Travel west on the Trans Canada Highway and enter the Province of Saskatchewan with rest stops along
the way. Upon arrival in Regina, stop at the RCMP Heritage Center. Using state of the art exhibits, multimedia
technologies and engaging programming the Centre tells
the story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police including
the Force’s role in the development of Canada, the role of
the RCMP in policing over 200 communities across Canada, the challenges of serving as Canada’s Federal Police
Force, and the role the RCMP plays internationally. After
a tour of this incredible facility, check into the hotel and
join the group for an included dinner. (B, D)
DAY 4: Continue your westward journey with a rest stop
in Swift Current. Continue west with a stop in Medicine
Hat for lunch on own and touring of the Medicine Hat
Clay Industries National Historic District. In the early
1900s, Medicine Hat’s clay factories distributed stone-
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ware and pottery as far away as Australia. Today, the iconic 1912 Medalta
Potteries factory is a National Historic Site, gift shop and museum, providing opportunities for visitors to learn
about turn of the century industrial
life. Explore the museum at your own
pace and meet costumed interpreters along the way. Continue west to
Calgary. Tonight we have an included
dinner at a local restaurant. (B, D)
quarter of North America. Stop at the
Columbia Ice fields in Jasper National
Park for today’s biggest thrill, a ride
on a specially-constructed glacier vehicle over the surface of the mighty
ice fields. You will see crevasses and
seracs, and you will learn that glaciers
are moving rivers of ice, thousands of
years old. After this incredible journey, return to Banff for the last of
your two nights stay. (B, L)
DAY 5: We attend a local church this
morning in Calgary. We then go to the
Stampede Grounds in the afternoon
where there will be many activities
available. They include the Midway Fairground, the Indian Village and exhibits,
but most famous are the Rodeo Events.
This is the wildest, richest, most exciting rodeo anywhere in the world. See it
all - bareback riding, saddle bronc riding,
bull riding, steer wrestling, and more.
You will thrill to the “World Championship Chuck wagon Races”, and evening
Grandstand Show which is a wonderful
variety show finished off with a magnificent fireworks display. (B, D)
DAY 8: This morning you will follow
the route of the early explorers. As
you pass through Vermilion Pass, you
enter Kootenai National Park, one of
the many national parks in the Canadian Rockies system. You may see
Big Horn Sheep roaming in this area,
and encounter breathtaking scenery
through Sinclair Canyon. Soon, you
will reenter the United States and the
“Big Sky Country” of Montana as you
make your way through the Kootenai
Valley towards Glacier National Park.
Enjoy included dinner tonight just
outside of the park. (B, D)
DAY 6: This morning we continue our
sightseeing with a short drive across
the Canadian Prairie to Lake Louise, a
stunning blue-green jewel, its snowfed waters encircled by surrounding
peaks. You’ll enjoy lunch in the Chateau Lake Louise dining room, which
offers a spectacular view of the lake
and Victoria Glacier. There will be
time for you to stroll the grounds of
the hotel before departing to the Valley of the Ten Peaks. The storybook
village of Banff is your next stop, and
the beginning of your thrilling ascent
of Banff’s Sulphur Mountain via gondola. The view from the 7500 foot
summit will be incredible: you will see
charming Banff below as mountains
panoramas spread out around you in
all directions. We check into our hotel
for a two-nights stay in Banff. (B, L)
DAY 7: The Banff-Jasper Highway is
the most spectacular in the entire
Canadian National Parks system. Its
entire length features snow-domed
peaks, waterfalls, and lakes. See
an abundance of wildlife, as well as
part of the Athabasca Glacier, which
spawns a host of rivers that ultimately form the water system for a
DAY 9: Sightsee Glacier National Park
via the world famous “Going to the
Sun Highway,” amid magnificent snow
capped peaks, gleaming lakes, and the
virgin forests of the McDonald Valley.
Vintage Red Jammer touring cars take
you on this 52-mile drive that crests
the Continental Divide at Logan Pass
and is famous for its majestic mountains and deep valley floors. We’ll stop
for lunch on our own before we board
your coach and skirt the southern border of the park on your way to Great
Falls for overnight. Lewis & Clark’s
Corps of Discovery came upon a series
of five waterfalls instead of the one
“great falls” about which they had
been told. Join the group for dinner at
a local restaurant. (B, D)
DAY 10: This morning enjoy touring
of the Lewis & Clark Discovery Center on the banks of the Missouri River
and learn about this historic expedition that helped define America.
Then depart Great Falls and travel
through Montana on the way to
North Dakota and the historic town
of Medora. The town of Medora was
founded in April 1883 by a 24-yearold French nobleman, the Marquis
de Mores. He named the town for his
bride, the form Medora von Hoffman,
daughter of a wealthy New York City
banker. This evening we’ll dine with
steaks. The Medora Pitchfork Fondue
consists of steaks being put on the
tines of pitchforks (nice, clean ones,
of course), and cooked in hot oil.. And
somehow those steaks are seasoned
perfectly so that they come out just
right. Delicious! The fun doesn’t stop
here - we’re off to the Medora Musical. Set in the outdoor splendor of the
rugged North Dakota Badlands, this
professionally produced, high energy,
western-style musical show is proudly
dedicated to the legacy of America’s
26th president, Theodore Roosevelt,
and the time he spent here in the Badlands of the Dakota Territory. Each
show pays tribute to American patriotism and the Old West. (B, D)
DAY 11: Today we visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park. As you drive
through western North Dakota, the
gently rolling hills open up dramatically into the varied and colorful layers
of the Badlands. Curiosity might lead
you to take a closer look at the rocks
making up the layers. This closer look
takes you back millions of years to an
ancient world of swamps and forests.
Continue east through North Dakota
and back into Minnesota and your
destination in Minneapolis. Enjoy included dinner tonight. (B, D)
DAY 12: This morning we’ll spend some
time exploring the Mall of America. As
one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Mall of America
features 520 stores, 50 restaurants
and attractions galore, including Nickelodeon Universe, the nation’s largest indoor theme park, and the new
American Girl Store. Plus, there’s no
sales tax on clothing or shoes! Then
travel through Wisconsin on our way
to our destination, Madison, Wisconsin for overnight. Join the group tonight for a farewell dinner. (B, D)
DAY 13: After a hearty breakfast we
begin our journey home. Relax as you
travel, taking this chance to think back
on the marvelous scenery and wonderful friendships you have discovered in
the past few days. What an unforgettable vacation you’ve had in the West!
Wonderful memories for a lifetime. (B)
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Nova Scotia, Cabot Trail & Prince Edward Island
12 Days - August 3-14
$2,700.00 Per Person/Double
$3,621.00 Single
$2,471.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before May 3 and save $20 per
$500 Due May 3
Final Payment June 4
• Quebec City - tour with local guide
• Kilted Atlantic Tours’ guide on board our Coach for 7
• Saint John’s New Brunswick
• Reversing Falls
• Fundy National Park
• Prince Edward Island & National Park
• Confederation Bridge
• Maritime Tradition - Lobster Dinner
• Anne of Green Gables
• 75 minute ferry ride to Nova Scotia
• Cape Breton ‘The Scotland of America’
• World famous Cabot Trail through Cape Breton Highlands National Park
• Alexander Graham Bell National Historic site
• Hairfax City Tour
• Peggy’s Cove
• UNESCO World Heritage Town of Luenburg
• Mahone Bay
• Evangeline Trail & Grand UNESCO World Heritage
• 3-hour ferry from Digby to Sain John
• Trors-Rivieres, Quebec
• 11 Continental and Full Breakfasts
• 5 Lunches and Dinners
• Medora Musical
A valid Passport book or Pasport Card required for this trip. You may
obtain the passport forms through the Cler of Court, the post office or
go online at www.state.travel.gov. Get this now. Do not wait.
You must have one of these documents to enter back into the United
States on this tour.
Brenner Tours assumes no responsibility for any individual who cannot
provide the necessary identification/documentation required to board
any air, ferry or rail component included in their tour, nor for any individual who is denied entry at any border.
We strongly recommend trip cancellation
insurance for this trip
DAY 1: Begin your journey to the Canadian Maritime’s region
to experience the fresh salt air, unspoiled nature, rich history and warm hospitality of one of the world’s most popular destinations. Overnight in Kingston, Ontario. Holiday Inn
Express and Suites.
DAY 2: Travel from Kingston to Quebec City where a local guide will join us for a 2-hour guided tour of the city
before you check into your accommodations in the heart
of Old Quebec Hotel Palace Royal. (B)
DAY 3: Continue into New Brunswick and on to Saint
John where you will meet your killed Atlantic Tours’ tour
director, who will be on our coach for the next 7 days,
giving us so much local information about the people
and places. Become acquainted over dinner this evening
before arriving at your uptown Saint John accommodations for the night. Hilton Saint John. (B, D)
DAY 4: Your day starts with a tour of the “Loyalist City”
of Saint John, famous for its Reversing Falls. Next, travel
through Fundy National Park to Hopswell Rocks, site of
the highest rides in the world. Later this afternoon, cross
to Prince Edward Island on the Confederation Bridge,
the world’s longest continuous multi-span bridge. This
evening, enjoy a Maritime tradition - the Lobster Dinner.
Tasty chowder or soup, delicious locally cultivated mussels, salad and homemade rolls accompany a one-pound
lobster (meat alternative available). Arrive at your lodging for a one night stay. Rodd Charlottetown Hotel Prince
Edward Island. (B, D)
DAY 5: Drive to Cavendish and visit the fabled home of
“Anne of Green Gables”. Red sandstone cliffs, white beaches, gently sloping, dunes and green fields make Prince Edward Island National Park especially popular. Travel to Wood
Island and enjoy a 75-minute ferry ride to Nova Scotia. Travel
to Cape Breton, “The Scotland of America” and continue on
to charming Baddeck for a two-night stay. Silver Dart Lodge,
Baddeck Nova Scotia (B, D)
DAY 6: Today you will find out why Conde Nast Magazine
voted Cape Breton one of the top ten most beautiful islands in the world. You will travel the 186 mile route of
the world famous Cabot Trail through Cape Breton Highlands National Park, where the mountains meet the sea.
Have your cameras ready for the spectacular views and
coastal scenery. Upon your return to Baddeck, visit Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site and learn of
the many accomplishments of this genius who made his
summer home in Beddeck. Return to your lodging for a
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free evening. Silver Dart Lodge, Baddeck, Nova Scotia (B, Boxed Lunch)
DAY 7: Depart Cape Breton Island and travel to Nova Scotia’s capital city of Halifax where you will enjoy an afternoon
city tour. Highlights will include: Citadel Hill National Historic Site, the Victorian Public Garden, Point Pleasant Park and
Historic Properties. In the evening, enjoy the city’s shops or walk along the waterfront. Halifax is home for the next
two nights, Lord Nelson Hotel and Suites, Halifax, Nova Scotia. (B)
DAY 8: This morning it’s off to Peggy’s Cove, Canada’s third most visited tour attraction, where you will enjoy breakfast. This village of 60 people is situated on solid granite rock above the crashing North Atlantic surf. Next is the UNESCO World Heritage Town of Lunenburg where the cheerfully colored buildings populating the town and waterfront
mostly date back to the 18th century. After lunch, there are more postcard-perfect sights to be seen in Mahone Bay,
including he well-known picturesque scene of three waterfront churches. The quaint charm and century-old architecture is sure to captivate as you enjoy free time to explore and shop. Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
(B, D)
DAY 9: Travel the Evangeline Trail and visit Grand Pre
UNESCO World Heritage Site to learn of the French Acadians who were expelled by the British in 1755 to maintain a
“British” North America. After free time for lunch on your
own in Wolfville, continue through the Annapolis Valley to
Digby to board the late afternoon ferry to Saint John, New
Brunswick. Chateau Saint John, Saint John, New Brunswick. (B)
DAY 10: Bid farewell to your Atlantic Tours’ tour director after breakfast this morning and begin your journey
home. Overnight in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec. Super 8 Hotel, Trois Rivieres, Quebec (B)
DAY 11: Travel from Trois-Riviieres to Richmond Hill
where you will spend your last night in Canada. Holiday
Inn Express & Suites, Richmond Hill, Ontario. (CB)
DAY 12: As we travel home we have time to reminisce about the beauty we’ve seen. We’ve seen and done an incredible variety of things and our new friendships have made it even more enjoyable. We’re sure to talk about this tour for
years to come. (B)
“Bob and Pam put together an awesome trip! Not only in seeing all the sights but, all the extras they put into
the trip and the fun times on the coach. We truly see how awesome our God is!!!”
..... Bob and Anna Tanner
We travel a lot, but, you two guys are the best team we have ever traveled with? You two are such hard workers?”
..... Ken & Ginny Gard
“We had such a great time on this trip! We crossed off a number of items on our ‘bucket list’. Bob and Pam
made it so much fun!
..... Carl and Ruth Tidd
“Had a great time. Enjoyed the scenery. Comfortable bus and seat rotation and games played were all great.
Additional information about countryside & people were interesting. I have traveled with Brenner before and
hope to go again.”
..... Cassey VanBruggen
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Myrtle Beach, Charleston and Savannah
10 Days - September 9-18
$1,534.00 Per Person/Double
$1,880.00 Single
$1,457.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before June 9 and save $20 per
$300 Due June 9
Final Payment July 25
• Myrtle Beach and the Grand Strand tour with local
• Tour of When Rice Wasking
• Brookgreen Gardens
• Carolina Opry
• Tour Boone Hall Plantation
• Huntington State Park
• Atalaya Castle
• Pawley’s Island Hammock Shops
• Charleston Tour with local guide
• Fort Sumpter Tour
• Tour of Nathaniel House
• Tour of Akin-Rett House
• Tour of Savannah with local guide
• On and Off Tickets for Trolley all day Savannah
• Low Country Tour including Tybee Island and Fort
• Dinner at Benjamin Calabash
• Dinner at Pirates House
• 3 Nights Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
• 2 Nights Charleston, South Carolina
• 2 Nights Savannah, Georgia
• 9 Continental Breakfasts & Full Breakfasts
• 6 Dinners, 1 Lunch
DAY 1: We’re off to Myrtle Beach, Charleston and Savannah The Old South! Our first evening is in West Virginia.
DAY 2: We enjoy the day traveling getting to know our
family of friends. We arrive in Myrtle Beach late afternoon
and check into our oceanfront hotel. Buffet dinner is incuded at the hotel. (CB, D)
DAY 3: The Myrtle Beach area and the Grand Strand have
a storybook history. Indeed, dozens of books have been
written about long-lost Indian tribes, colorful pirates, and
roaming ghosts. But for the most part, these stories have
been shared orally - told and retold over hundreds of years,
generation after generation. Not surprisingly, the stories
change over time, as different storytellers add their own
embellishments. As a result, there are many different versions of the same tale. However, this hasn’t diminished
the importance of these tales to our local culture, or the
enjoyment of hearing, reading, or re-telling them. Only
75 years old the story of Myrtle Beach and its surrounding area has a fascinating story. We have lunch (on own)
at Barefoot Landing. Then enjoy a couple of hours on
the beach. Tonight we have a huge buffet at Benjamin’s
Calabash Seafood. A landmark of the Grand Strand, the
Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood serves fresh local
seafood daily. Our award-winning buffet is world-famous
for introducing the Myrtle Beach area to cooking seafood
Calabash style, which is lightly battered and deep fried.
The best music, comedy and dance of the 60s, 70s, and
80s, blended with rich multimedia screens, special effects, and elaborate costuming, all performed live by the
award-winning cast of The Carolina Opry. This fast-paced,
high-energy show will take you on a virtual tour back to
the decades that brought us the best in American popular
music. (B, D)
DAY 4: A local guide joins us this morning to discover
more about the area, when rice was king. The low country of the Carolinas clung to the crop that produced the
first generation of wealth, while creating at the same
time a social order that differed from the remainder of
the Southeast. While rice plantations shared much with
plantation society elsewhere, they were distinctive because of the conditions peculiar to rice cultivation itself;
the presence of malaria, slave communities of high density, the task system, and a wealthy planter class with
pretensions to aristocracy. We visit Brockgreen Gardens.
The 9,100 acre property themed gardens with American
figurative sculptures placed in them. The property includes several low country zoo and trails through several
ecosystems in nature reserves. We have lunch in the dining room. We tour the Original Pawleys Island Rope Hammock. These are so widely sought after today, more than
a century after South Carolina riverboat captain Joshua
John “Cap’n Josh” Ward set out to fashion himself a cool,
comfortable, cotton-rope bed for those steamy low country nights out on the water. We tour the Atalaya Castle,
also known as Atalaya, which was the winter home of industrialist and philantropist Archer M. Huntington and his
wife, the sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, located near
the Atlantic coast in Murrells Inlet, Georgetown County,
South Carolina. We have dinner (on own) at Broadway at
the Beach. (B, L)
DAY 5: We depart for Charleston - this city has survived
the Civil War, major fires, an earthquake and hurricanes and still exudes elegance, charm and grace. We visit the
Boone Hall Plantation founded in 1681 when Englishman
Major John Boone came to Charleston and established
a lucrative plantation and gracious home on the banks
of Wampacheone Creek. The family and descendants
of Major Boone were influential in the history of South
Caroline, the colonies and the nation. This afternoon we
tour Fort Sumter. A pivotal moment in this Nation’s history began at 4:30 a.m. on April 12, 1861. The first shots
were fired on Fort Sumter and thus began the American
Civil War. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later and
Union forces tried for nearly four years to take it back.
Learn more about this amazing historic site as you cruise
Charleston’s harbor, and upon arrival at the fort, are
greeted by National Park Rangers. Walk in the steps of
those who shaped this nation. We check into our hotel in
Charleston for two nights. (B, D)
DAY 6: Enjoy a guided tour of Charleston highlighting
the cobblestoned streets, historic homes and restored
buildings, some with origins prior to the Revolution. This
afternoon we explore daily life in one of Charleston’s
most exquisite dwellings. Located in downtown Charleston near High Battery, the Nathaniel Russel House Museum, 51 Meeting Street, is widely recognized as one of
America’s most important neoclassical dwellings. Historic Charleston Foundation purchased the National Historic
Landmark in 1955, and the house served as the Foundation’s headquarters for 37 years. Today, the interiors are
restored to their original 1808 grandeur and surrounded
by formal gardens. We visit the Aiken-Rhett House Museum, unique in many ways. For example, it remained in
the hands of family descendants for 142 years until it was
sold to the Charleston Museum and opened as a museum house in 1975. Overnight in Charleston. (B, D)
DAY 7: Today we travel to Savannah, the Hostess City
of the South. Welcome to one of the most historic and
charming cities in the Southeast United States. Drenched
in rich history from the Civil War, beautiful trees covered
with Spanish moss, and stately mansions from the 1800s.
Savannah is one of the top tourist destinations in Georgia. Lunch (on own) on Riverwalk. A stroll down Savannah’s Riverwalk is not only pleasing, it’s truly serene.
Walk along the Savannah River, stop in for a bite at any
of 21 restaurants or simply enjoy the scenery as you head
towards the adjoining River Street, just a short distance
away. On River Street, in the heart of historic Savannah,
you’ll find everything from sweets to teddy bears. This
afternoon we have a tour of the Low Country with guide.
Tybee Island, also known as Savannah Beach, is an easily
accessible barrier island located just 18 miles away from
the Hostess City of the South, historic Savannah, Georgia. Savannah’s Beach is an amazing tourist destination
that has something to offer every vacationer. Rich in
both history and natural beauty, Tybee Island is also famous for its diverse cuisine, excellent accommodations
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and a variety of exciting recreational activities. Even Paula
Deen, who is internationally recognized for her very own
vacation house on Tybee Island. Included in this tour is
a stop at Old Fort Jackson. Named after James Jackson,
on-time governor of Georgia, Old Fort Jackson is beautifully preserved for along the Savannah River, and is Georgia’s oldest standing brick fortification. Included dinner
tonight. (B, D)
DAY 8: We have a tour of Savannah this morning then you
will have a full day of seeing Savannah the way you want!
You will have on and off tickets for the trolley. You can tour
homes, go shopping at the market, or just relax along the
waterfront. Just maybe you will run into Forrest Gump! Dinner tonight is at the Pirate’s House. Welcoming visitors to Savannah with a bounty of delicious food and drink and rousing good times. Situated a scant block from the Savannah
River. The Pirate’s House first opened as an inn for seafarers, and fast became a rendezvous for blood-thirsty pirates
and sailors from the Seven Seas. Here seamen drank their
grog and discoursed, sailor fashion, on their exotic high seas
adventures from Singapore to Bombay and from London to
Port Said. (B, D)
DAY 9: We travel homeward today, enjoying the scenery
and fun and fellowship with our friends. Overnight in West
Virginia. (B)
DAY 10: All too soon our vacation to the Old South comes
to an end. We travel home with plenty of fond memories.
“I love that you are Christians and you share your
life with us. You put so much into these trips and
the extra care you give shows your love for God and
others. I can see why God blesses you.”
..... Sherrie Horton
“This is my sixth tour and I keep on making new fri
..... Avis Simless
“We always have such a good time traveling with
Brenners. Everything is planned so perfectly and
you feel like family!”
..... Gene Kosters
“The trip was great - enjoyed it all. Such nice people makes you feel like a big happy family. Pam as
escort and Bob as driver are two of the best! We
highly recommend Brenner Tours to everyone.””
..... Graham & Joyce Markes
“Everything was well planned and Pam made it so
..... Marlene Payne
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Autumn in Maine & the Rocky Atlantic Coast,
Vermont & New Hampshire including Boston
10 Days - September 30-October 9
$1,797.00 Per Person/Double
$2,357.00 Single
$1,672.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before June 30 and save $20 per
$300 Due June 30
Final Payment August 10
Visit Sugarbush Farms
Quechee Gorge Picture Stop
Lake Winnipesaukee Scenic Railway Dinner Cruise
Tour of Colorful Bar Harbor
Acadia National Park Tour
Sea and Lobster Cruise on Frenchman’s Bay
Vermont Marble Museum Exhibit
Camden Hills State Park
Tour of Main Lighthouse Museum
Harbor Cruise of Linneken Bay
Guided Tour of Portland City & the Portland Light Head
Fort Williams Park Tour
Guided Tour of Kennebunkport
Tour of Gloucester
Guided Tour of Boston Quincy Market
Historic Salem Cross Inn
Fireplace Feast
Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Continental Breakfasts/Full Breakfasts
5 Dinners
DAY 1: Look forward to great time sand colorful scenery as
we motor east over the interstates to our home in the Empire
DAY 2: After a hearty breakfast, the open road again calls
us to enjoy the passing sights. We catch glimpses of the
Erie Canal. We visit the Vermont Marble museum and
exhibit. Tonight’s destination is in the colorful state of
Vermont, where we unhitch the wagons at the Inn of Six
Mountains in Killington. Enjoy a welcome dinner this evening in the hearts of the colorful Green Mountains. (B, D)
DAY 3: A full days of sights and sounds to see and visit has
us on trail east bound for the Sugarbush Farms. This family farm lies off the beaten path nestled at the base of the
colorful hills and mountain. Sample their deliciously wonderful maple syrups and varieties of tasty cheddar cheese.
At Quechee Gorge, pause for a photo opportunity at the
Gorge, more commonly referred to as the “little Grand
Canyon.” Continue on to the charming village of Woodstock for lunch and browsing on your own in this quaint
mountain town. The White Mountains and the Granite
State of New Hampshire beckon us to explore and enjoy
the sights on the highways to colorful Lake Winnipesaukee. All Aboard!! Enjoy a delicious New England turkey
dinner while riding the colorful rails along the shore of
the lake. We check in to our comfortable accommodations. A tasty welcome reception awaits our arrival. (B D)
DAY 4: After enjoying continental breakfast, the road once
again calls us to explore the autumn-laced byways. The day
is a kaleidoscope of sights, color, and sounds of the season
while tracing our route to the Pine State of Maine. Bar Harbor is a great summer resort in the “Down East” section of
Maine. Once home to the North America’s largest hotel and
spectacular summer estates for America’s most famous, rich
and powerful families, we look forward to viewing the brilliant fail foliage. Check into the Atlantic Eyrie Lodge, which
nestles in the Harbor at the base of Acadia National Park. Enjoy stunning panoramas of the ocean while embracing the
bold coastline of Frenchman’s Bay. Unpack for a 2-night stay
in this beautiful region. Dinner this evening is a real treat.
Don your souvenir Maine lobster hat and bib for a traditional
Lobster bake in a quiet and scenic cove near the village of
Bar Harbor. Watch your meal being prepared in the large
steam cookers, and ask questions about lobster fishing and
cooking. Of course, for you land lubbers, grilled steak or a
baked haddock dinner are also available. (B D)
DAY 5: Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Bar Har-
bor area, first discovered by Samuel DeChamplain in 1604.
Our local guide will join us today for an in-depth look at
the local sights. Learn about Acadia National Park, the
first National Park east of the Mississippi. See nine mountains over 1,000 feet high, stone bridges, lakes, ponds,
trail and carriage roads. Travel the Park Loop road with
stops at Cadillac Mountain, Thunder Hole on Ocean Drive
and Sieur De Mont Springs Wild Garden of Acadia. Learn
about the rich and famous who called this scenic village
home. Browse the shops and have lunch on your own
while exploring the shops, boutiques, and numerous restaurants centrally located on the waterfront. This afternoon, a narrated seal and lobster cruise brings us along
the coast of Frenchman’s Bay. Head out to a small island
where harbor seals bask on the rock and enjoy the coastal
scenery of the Maine coast as you see how these lobster
men make their living hauling traps. This evening’s dinner
is on your own in the village. (B)
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DAY 6: More scenic roads capture our sights and imagination this morning. At Camden Hills State Park enjoy a photo stop atop Mt.. Battle, where the mountains meet the
sea. Enjoy a sweeping panorama of Penobscot Bay. This
time of the year the foliage views can be absolutely stunning. In Camden Village we are once again able to explore
another charming waterfront village with tits shops, boutiques and quaint restaurants. In Rockland, we visit the
Maine Lighthouse Museum that houses a collection of
historic artifacts of the Coast Guard and local lighthouse
lore. Picturesque Boothbay Harbor is our destination this
evening. Knows for its brick sidewalks, art galleries, antiques, maritime gifts, and shops featuring handcrafted
goods, Boothbay Harbor is known as the sailing capital
of Maine. An enjoyable afternoon cruise on Linnekin Bay
offers a view of beautiful vacation homes, picturesque
lighthouses, and small colorful islands of the bay while
we learn the history of this beautiful port. Our accommodations this evening are found at the Cap’n Fish’s Waterfront Inn on the “Quiet Side” of Boothbay Harbor. It
is located right on the harbor and offers a great view of
the Boothbay Harbor Foot Bridge, the beautiful village of
Boothbay, and breathtaking sunsets on the spectacular
horizon. A welcome reception is served. Dinner this evening is on your own in the village. (B)
DAY 8: We have a tour of Boston with a local guide. In-
DAY 7: Enjoy a full breakfast buffet this morning at the
DAY 9: Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum. The muse-
Inn before departing for Maine’s largest city-by-the-sea,
Portland. A local guide again joins us for a look at this
vibrant city. Known for the beautifully-restored historic
district, its popular artist district and the cobblestone
streets of Old Port waterfront, Portland yesterday, today and tomorrow is truly a city with charm and grace.
Have lunch on your own and see the sights. One of the
most photographed lighthouses in the world lies in Cape
Elizabeth, the famous Portland Head Lighthouse. Take
pictures and learn about the history of this famous landmark. In Kennebunkport, our drive along the stunning
Ocean Drive offers us views of the Maine coastline and
homes of the area rich and famous, including a drive by
of the summer retreat of former President George H.
W. Bush, and his wife, First Lady Barbara Bush. Hear and
see the history of these famous shipbuilding towns and
view the impressively beautiful wedding cake house. The
Franciscan Monastery lies along seaside. It is noted for its
beautiful landscaping, outdoor shrines and the chapel.
Bidding Maine farewell, our route brings us to the Bay
State of Massachusetts. Nearby Gloucester is a place to
see, feel and taste history. The Fishermen’s Memorial is
a memorial to all those who have gone down to the sea
by ships, based on the Bible verse found in Psalms 107,
verse 23. The village was inspiration for the film, “The Perfect Storm” and was filmed in Gloucester. The beauty of
the sea and the village has drawn fishermen, families and
artists here for over four hundred years. After seeing the
sights, another treat lies in store this evening. The famous
Gloucester House Restaurant is noted for “in the rough”
lobster bakes. Dine and enjoy this special treat. (B D)
cluded are views of the Old State House, site of the Boston Massacre, Boston Common and the Public Gardens,
Beacon Hill and the Granary Burial grounds. Also for those
who wish a walking tour past the home of Paul Revere
and the old North Church. Lunch (on own) at Quincy
Market. We depart for Sturbridge, Massachusetts. We
arrive at the historical Salem Cross Inn. Settle in as the
baker prepares a deep-dish apple pie from scratch right
before your eyes using the feshest ingredients available
and apples picked from the trees in our local orchards.
Help peel the apples with an antique apple peeler and
corer. Learn some of the secrets to rolling out a perfect
crust and making a mouth-watering dessert. Then we’ll
top it with fresh whipped cream. Let the fireplace feast
begin! Relax by the fieldstone fireplace as the crackling
fire roasts your prime rib “to a turn” by rotating it slowly
over a crackling fire of wild cherry logs. This jack is the
only know 1700s antique roasting jack that was used to
roast fowl and beef in New England that is still in use.
The flavor of the fireplace roasted prime rib is unsurpassed. Beware the brimming bowl of freshly whipped
cream - the perfect complement to New England’s Best
Apple Pie served from an antique wooden bowl. (B,
um houses the world’s largest and most significant collection of Rockwell’s work, including 998 original paintings
and drawings. Rockwell lived in Stockbridge for the last
25 years of his life. Have lunch on own in the Stockbridge
area. We travel to Rochester area for our last night. (CB)
DAY 10: We have been there, done that, and had a
wonderfully great time together on our vacation adventure. After a hearty breakfast we return home filled with
thought and memories of autumn in Maine and the Rocky
Atlantic Coast. (B)
“You can do it yourself and get in a jam or do it
the smart way and leave it to Pam.” ..... Myron
and Garnet Rau
“A fun trip with a group of very pleasant people.” ..... Fred & Mary Vlietstra
“This is our first bus tour and we will only consider Brenner Tours for our next one?” ..... David
and Beth DeBlecourt
“The first day you don’t know anybody, but, we
are all good friends when the trip ends. Some
folks we make lasting friendships with after the
trip.” ..... David & Ruth Vlietstra
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2015 Autumn Mystery Surprise
5 Days - 2 Departures #1 October 13-17, #2 October 20-24
(Both Mystery Trips are the Same)
$1,063.00 Per Person/Double
$1,299.00 Single
$1,013.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before July 20 and save $20 per
$300 Due July 20
Final Payment September 1
• 4 nights deluxe accommodations
• 13 Meals inclulding full breakfasts, lunches and dinners
• Autumn Sightseeing and Scenery
• Attractions, unique and fun!
• Surprises, Mysteries
• Traveling Mystery Family .... Fun!
It is Autumn again and time to travel on the
Mystery Tour. We tried to pack it all in 4
days and just could not do it. You will enjoy
an exciting journey into the unknown for 5
days and 4 nights, with plenty of fun among
friendly travelers just like you. The itinerary is
confidential, only Bob and Pam know where
you’re headed! Come explore with us on this
off-the-beaten track Mystery Tour adventure.
You will visit some of our favorite and most
delightfully different travel destinations! We
can promise you that it will be the perfect tour
for those who want to bring some adventure
into their lives! Now is your chance to escape
the “predictable” and do something truly exciting and dramatically different! Please join
us on this Mystery Tour, we will make wonderful memories together!
What past Mystery Tour travelers are saying:
“This was my first Brenner Tour. Pam and Bob, the people on the tour and the things we did and saw were great?” ...
Mary Wason (MI)
“Mystery Trip was definitely a fun-filled experience, with many surprises along the way. Thank you Bob and Pam.” ...
Jim and Katie Langschied (MI)
“Keep them coming, we love it! A fun-filled time! We meet great people!” ... David and Brenda Chase (MI)
“I had a great time. Good food. Lots of laughs and good company. Brenner Tours has the best tours. ... Janet Livers (MI)
“It was so awesome! How do they come up with so many ideas for things to do and places to go? It was a wonderful
Mystery trip! ... Judy Hart (IN)
“Brenner Tours is a great way to travel and to see God’s beauty and make friends.” ... Leah Hostetler (IN)
“We would definitely take another Mystery Tour. Wonderful agenda, great food and lodging and the company was
the best.” ... Larry and Lynn Hyatt (MI)
“With Brenner’s you always know you’re in for a treat. The adventures are always such a blast! Unique and Fun! You
can tell there is a lot of thoughtfulness and love that goes into their planning. I can’t wait for next year’s Mystery Trip!”
... Caitlyn Hentschel - 4 Mystery Trips (CO)
“Never a dull moment with Brenner’s on the Mystery trip! Good times, good food, good people and good fun!!” ...
Amanda Hentschel - 5 Mystery Trips (MI)
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Christmas in New York City
6 Days - November 16-21
$1, 855.00 Per Person/Double
$2,315.00 Single
$1,615.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Kaylee Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
Make your reservation today. Do make your
reservation before July 16 and save $20 per
$500 Due July 16
Final Payment August 14
Step on guide in New York City
3 Nights at the Row Hotel in the heart of NYC
Rockefeller Center
Top of the Rock
Dinner at Carmine’s
Radio City Backstage
Radio City Christmas Spectacular
9/11 Museum and Memorial
St. Paul’s Chapel
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Dinner at Puglias
Upper and Lower Manhattan
Central Park, Strawberry Fields
Fifth Avenue City Lights
Greenwich Village
Little Italy
Dinner a Ellen’s Stardust Diner
Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Cruise Tour
Broadway Show (to be announced)
2 Continental Breakfasts
3 Dinners
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Hi Folks!
Kaylee (Bob and Pam’s daughter) here. I wanted to share with
you this very special tour we have planned for Christmas in New
York City. Grandma (Doris) Brenner has always made Christmas
time so special for our family, it is truly my favorite time of year.
Grandma and my mom also instilled in me a love of travel. I have
been to so many wonderful places on Brenner trips and have
met even more wonderful people! New York City is my absolute
favorite Brenner Tour, I can only iimagine how wonderful the
Big Apple will be during Christmas time! No other city has quite
the style or atmosphere of New York City, it is sure to get us in
the Christmas spirit! I hope you will join me on this exciting tour
during the most wonderful time of the year!
DAY 1: We depart Michigan traveling over the river and through
the woods (and highways!) on to New York City. Approximately 8
million people live in the city and NYC’s world-class skyline boasts
more skyscrapers second only to Hong Kong in the world. Don’t
let the thought of a trip to New York overwhelm you, I will ensure
you are equipped with all the information you need to make this
trip a memorable one! We’ll share some of our favorite Christmas
memories with our fellow passengers, and remind me to tell you
about my “purse story” from my first trip to New York City. Tonight
we will settle into our overnight accommodations in Pennsylvania
where visions of sugar plums and the New York City skyline will
dance through our dreams!
DAY 2: Today we arrive in New York City! Our first stop is Rockefeller Center. Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock observation deck was John D. Rockefeller’s gift to Manhattan - a place
for locals and visitors to marvel at the city he loved. We will
have lunch on our own here and visit the Top of the Rock. We’ll
also see the famous Rockefeller Ice Skating Rink. Time permitting, we will have free time for shopping, sightseeing, or a visit
to the Intrepid Air & space Museum. Please note these attractions are optional and at your own expense. We’ll check into
our NYC accommodations, the Row Hotel. Completely renovated recently, the hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the
theatre district and 1 block from Times Square. Tonight we have
a welcome dinner at Carmine’s. A family-style restaurant offering Southern Italian cuisine and wow-factor sized portions, every meal feels like an italian American wedding feats! (CB, D)
DAY 3: We start our day off with a Radio City Stage Door Tour
that offers an insider’s look at the legendary Radio City Music
Hall. On this guided tour, discover art deco masterpieces, learn
the secrets of the Great Stage, meet a Rockette, plus much
more! You’re in for a treat today as we enjoy a highlight of the
New York Christmas season, the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the world-famous Rockettes! This dazzling show
features a cast of 140 people complete with glamorous costumes and holiday music. We visit the 9/11 Memorial at Ground
Zero, a powerful and moving tribute dedicated to those men,
women and children killed in the terrorist attacks of 1993 and
2001. The 9/11 Museum opened in spring 2014 as the country’s
principal institution documenting the impact of those event
and exploring 9/11s continuing significance. A stop at the oldest surviving church building in Manhattan, Saint Paul’s Chapel
is also planned. We will have an early dinner at Puglia’s Restaurant tonight where we will feat on Italian delicacies and be
treated like family! (D)
DAY 4: Get ready to see much more of the city today! This morning we see the Today Show in action, perhaps you’ll get your very
own 15 seconds of fame! Afterwards a step-on guide will join us to
show us the sights of Upper and Lower Manhattan. Central Park,
Strawberry Fields, Fifth Avenue city lights and decorations, Christmas markets, Greenwich Village, Chinatown, and much more will
be seen. Dinner will take you back in time to never forgotten era
at the 1950s Ellen’s Stardust Diner. The unique diner also features
signing wait staff and variety shows. Tonight we settle into our reserved seats at a World-class Broadway show, to be determined at
a later date. (D)
DAY 5: Wear your walking shoes today as more exciting Big Apple sights await our exploration. Head into Lower Manhattan
to Battery Park for a visit to Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. A
stop for lunch will be made before starting our journey home.
Overnight accommodations in Pennsylvania.
DAY 6: We journey back home, keeping with us great memories
of the world’s number one attraction, New York City. (B)
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Christmas in Dixie, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
5 Days - December 1-5
$844.00 Per Person/Double
$1,055.00 Single
$806.00 Per Person/Triple
Escort: Pam Brenner
$25.00 Per Person Deposit
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$300 Due September 1
Final Payment October 17
• Country Tonight Show
• Lunch at the Applewood Farmhouse
• Visit the Incredible Christmas Place
• Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show
• Smoky Mountain Opry
• Patty Waszak Show
• Lunch at Timberwood Grill
• Old Mill Village
• Dollywood Theme Park
• Lumberjack Feud Dinner & Show
• Blackwood Brothers Variety Show
• Boarding House Dinner, Renfro Valley
• Christmas in Renfro Valley
• Boarding House Breakfast
• 3 Continental Breakfasts
• 1 Full Breakfast
• 2 Lunches
• 3 Dinners
DAY 1: Discover the treasures and the magic of the holiday season
in Pigeon Forge. The Smoky Mountains winterfest features millions of twinkling Christmas lights. Spectacular shows and southern hospitality help capture the true meaning of the Christmas
season. For those who have traveled on our Christmas in Branson
tour, this five-day tour to the Smokies is another great way for
you to celebrate the wonderful magic of the holiday season. Our
travels lead us south deep in the Kentucky hills.
DAY 2: We travel to Pigeon Forge. Enjoy an included lunch at Applewood Farmhouse. Don’t forget to try the delicious homemade apple
butter, apple fritters, and applewood Julep. We visit the fabulous
Christmas Place. You will be amazed at the millions of Christmas
decorations. This afternoon we attend Country Tonite Theater. The
magic of Christmas abounds as the talented renditions of Christmas
favorites combined with beautiful choreography, brightly decorated
holiday sets and colorful costumes bring the enchantment of Christmas to the Country Tonite stage. The popular cast covers a number
of holiday classics for a nostalgic, spirited holiday celebration that will
be enjoyed by all ages. You’ll also find a few special guest performers during the Christmas production that you certainly won’t see any
other time of the year. Frosty the Snowman, Santa Claus, and everyone’s favorite ballerina in the dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Toys also
will come alive in the magical song “Where are you Christmas”. This
heartwarming Christmas presentation will fill your whole family with
If you like the shows in Branson, you will
love this tour to the Smokies!
the cheer and spirit of the Christmas season.
Tonight we attend Christmas at Dixie Stampede.
Everyone who experiences Christmas of Dixie, falls in love with fun
and excitement of the grand performances during our spectacular
Christmas extravaganza! Spectacular live Nativity! Our live nativity
scene is both dramatic and spectacular. The true meaning of Christmas comes alive right before your very eyes as three kings ride atop
camels on their way to Bethlehem. Christmas at Dixie! But no show is
complete without fun and games! The holiday festivities get playful
as Elves from the North Pole and South Pole will compete in a friendly
rivalry while serving up a festive four-course feast! The entire Dixie
Stampede cast of performers including our 32 magnificent horses will
take you on a nostalgic holiday adventure with all of your favorite
Christmas songs. The night isn’t over yet ... We attend Smoky Mountain Opry Christmas Spectacular. a multimillion dollar production that
features flying sugar plum fairies, dancing elves, enchanted reindeer,
Jolly Ol’ St. Nick, state of the art special effects, but most importantly
the celebration of the birth of Christ with the area’s largest living Nativity! The cast includes talented singers, dancers, comedians, adorable live animals and a huge band spotlighting the orchestral sounds
of our incredible brass section! (CB, L, D)
DAY 3: This morning Patty Waszak performs for us. This is a high
energy, heartwarming variety show featuring a wide variety of
music including big band favorites, polkas, 50s and 60s rock ‘n roll,
audience participation, sing-a-long, and music trivia. Also featured
are some of Patty’s original comedienne and has been know to
dance a step or two. Patty’s enthusiasm for entertainment and
sincere love of her audience is evident in every performance.
Lunch today at the Timberwood Grill, you’ll have a little free time
at the Old Mill Village. We spend the afternoon and early evening
at Christmas in Dollywood. All of the shows are included with your
Dollywood admission ticket today! The shows include, “Twas the
Night Before Christmas, Dollywood’s Christmas on Ice, O Holy
Night, Christmas with the Kingdon Heirs, Christmas in the Smokies and an Appalachian Christmas. When darkness falls, the park
is transformed into a winter wonderland! Don’t miss the Carol of
the Trees. Each night thousands of lights synchronize with holiday
music to transform the Riverton Lake into a “seasonal symphony for the senses.” This evening we attend the Lumberjack Feud
Dinner Show. The Feud is the rowdiest Good Time Family Dinner
Show in Pigeon Forge This ain’t no song and dance show. It’s an
axe swinging, log rolling, tree climbing and dog jumping axe-tion
packed family experience unlike anything else in the Smoky Mountains ESPN Lumberjack Athletes. Smoky Mountain Lumberjills and
High Flying Timber Dogs compete in 15 authentic logging events.
Fest on Our Hearty Timber Camp Spread. CB, L, D)
DAY 4: Start your day the FUN way at the Blackwoods Morning Variety Show in the Great Smoky Mountains! Don’t miss the harmonious sounds of the world-famous Blackwoods performing their
award-winning pop, country and gospel hits in a spectacular musical revue! Add in world class comedy and you’ve got the best deal
in town! We have dinner at the Boarding House in Renfro Valley.
Then attend Christmas in “The Valley Music Show. You are sure to
enjoy this entertainments (CB, D)
DAY 5: Breakfast is included at the Boarding House this morning.
We return home today filled with the Christmas Spirit and great
memories of Christmas in Dixie. (B)
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