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California
California
missions pilgrimage
with Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin, C.Ss.R
October 30 - November 4, 2016
Itinerary:
DAY THREE, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1
SONOMA / WINERY / MISSION SAN FRANCISCO SOLANO
DAY ONE, SUNDAY OCTOBER 30
INDIANAPOLIS / SAN FRANCISCO
This morning, travel through the vineyards of Sonoma’s wine
country. You will also tour and have Mass at MISSION SAN
FRANCISCO SOLANO, the only mission founded after Mexico’s
independence from Spain. You will also enjoy a short walking tour
around the town square, before driving onto Napa for a tour and
tasting at Andretti Winery.
Depart Indianapolis International Airport for San Francisco.
Upon arrival at San Francisco International Airport you are met,
assisted and transferred to Pier 39 (or a nearby shopping mall for
lunch on your own.) After lunch, enjoy a 3-hour sightseeing tour
of San Francisco and a visit to SAN FRANCISCO DE ASIS (MISSION
DOLORES with Mass). Mission Dolores is the oldest intact building
in the City of San Francisco and the only intact Mission Chapel in
the chain of 21 established under the direction of St. Junipero
Serra.
Overnight at San Francisco Marriott Union Square, ideally located
near shopping and restaurants for dinner on own this evening.
Overnight at Embassy Suites in Napa.
DAY FOUR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2
NAPA / MONTEREY
After morning at leisure,we depart for mass at the Carmelite
House of Prayer before continuing onto V. Sattui Winery for a
tasting and an included lunch.
After lunch depart for MONTEREY arriving early evening.
Overnight at Monterey Plaza Hotel in Canery Row, with dinner on
own.
INCLUDED MEALS: BREAKFAST / LUNCH
DAY FIVE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3
MISSION SAN JUAN BAUTISTA / CARMEL BY THE SEA /
MISSION SAN CARLOS BORROMEO / MONTEREY
This morning we depart for MISSION SAN JUAN BAUTISTA for
mass, before returning to Monterey for an afternoon of
exploration at the world famous Monterey Bay Aquarium, 2014
TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice™ Award for Best Aquarium in the
World!. Many lunch options are available in the aquarium, or in
the nearby Cannery Row area.
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In the afternoon we continue to popular Carmel by the Sea and
MISSION SAN CARLOS BORROMEO DEL RIO CARMELO. After
some free time to check out the shops, we return to Monterey for
another night. Farewell dinner included on the Wharf in Monterey.
Begin your journey today with a visit and Mass at MISSION SAN
RAFAEL ARCANGEL, which served as a convalescent hospital for
the many sick neophytes (Christianized Native Americans) there.
Continue on to MT. TAMALPAIS STATE PARK (OR THE MARIN
HEADLANDS OVERLOOK – SCHEDULE PERMITTING) for
spectacular views after a drive to the top of Mt. Tamalpais. Next,
visit Sausalito, a small town on the bay. We will visit the Army
Corp of Engineers Bay Model Visitors Center. The small harbor and
waterfront district now popular for café’s and art galleries, was
originally part of the Gold Rush expansion period. After free time
for lunch on the pier, take the ferry back across the bay to San
Francisco where the motorcoach will be waiting to drive you back
to the hotel. Dinner tonight is included in Chinatown.
Overnight at San Francisco Marriott Union Square.
INCLUDED MEALS: DINNER
Overnight at Monterey Plaza Hotel.
INCLUDED MEALS: BREAKFAST / DINNER
DAY SIX, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4
MISSION SAN JOSE / SAN FRANCISCO / HOME
It’s an early morning departure as you head for a visit to MISSION
SAN JOSE with Mass, then we proceed back to the San Francisco
airport to arrive 2 hours prior to departure and return to Indiana.
©King of Hearts - Own Work
DAY TWO, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31
MISSION SAN RAFAEL ARCANGEL / MT. TAMALPAIS STATE
PARK / SAUSALITO / FERRY
PACKAGE INCLUDES:
• Round-trip airfare from Indianapolis to
San Francisco
• Deluxe motorcoach reclining seats,
restroom
• First class hotels throughout
• Daily Mass
• Five meals as listed in the itinerary
• Porterage at all hotels
• Entrance fees included throughout
• Ferry fares included
©Ed Bierman
• Grueninger Tours Travel Director
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