Travel in Style
Club members love to travel in groups and we have traveled internationally to Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Germany, and Austria. We have cruised to Hawaii, Alaska, and the Panama Canal. We have also toured extensively in the continental United States and Canada.
Our tours can be as short as a day and/or as long as three weeks. We try to provide a travel experience that meets everyone's expectations! Club members can enjoy the camaraderie, the security of an escorted tour, the freedom and convenience of not having to drive and the prestige of traveling with a bank sponsored tour.
Upcoming Mini Vacations
Upcoming Extended Travel
“Canadian Rockies by Rail”
July 18-25, 2021
Your journey begins in Calgary with a panoramic sightseeing tour of the city. Get your first glimpse of the Canadian Rockies from high atop the 626-foot tall Calgary Tower. Motor coach to Canada’s First Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site, Banff. See Bow Falls and Tunnel Mountain before taking the gondola ride to the Peak of Sulphur Mountain. Travel to beautiful Chateau Lake Louise where majestic mountains soaring skyward are reflected in the vibrant blues of the glacier-fed Lake Louise. Board the Rocky Mountaineer and begin your journey westward. You will travel through the unique Spiral Tunnels in Yoho National Park and cross the Continental Divide. Overnight in Kamloops before re-boarding the train and making your way through Hell’s Gate and Fraser Canyon. In Vancouver, climb aboard the luxurious M.V. Harbour Princess for a remarkable cruise through the Indian Arm, a coastal mountain fjord located right in Vancouver’s backyard. Enjoy many museums, downtown, and sightseeing before your flight back home. FULL, TAKING A WAITLIST
October 2–15, 2021
Join us for an adventure of a lifetime exploring beautiful Ireland. You will have the chance to see Phoenix Park, the Garden of Remembrance, Jameson Distillery at Bow Street, and the cross where Pope John Paul II & Pope Francis held mass in Dublin. Learn about the unsettled past of Belfast and visit the Titanic Belfast Museum. Continue north to the famous Giant's Causeway, the city of Derry, and Lough Eske Castle. You can visit one of the largest fishing ports in Europe, Killybegs, and some of the highest Sea Cliffs in Europe, Slieve League. Galway and Kylemore Abbey are a few stops before heading to the majestic Cliffs of Moher rising 700 feet from the ocean. Board the renowned Jaunting Cars and ride through Killarney National Park and along Lough Lane. Maybe kiss the Blarney Stone before you gaze in awe at Henry the VIII’s hat and sword at the largest collection of Medieval Vestments in Europe. Kilkenny and Barberstown Castle are your final stops in magnificent Ireland.FULL, TAKING A WAITLIST
“Autumn Colors & Civil War Steamboatin' Vacation”
October 31 - November 8, 2021
Experience a “Steamboatin’ voyage” in grand manner and revel in the knowledge that you are on the newest authentic Paddlewheeler in the fleet. Excellent entertainment, great food and hospitality are hallmarks for this riverboat! Nowhere can you embrace this special time of year more uniquely than aboard an elegant steamboat, decked out from stem to stern in Victorian finery. Each Autumn, nature takes out her paintbrush and splashes vibrant colors across the land. White church steeples poke up amidst the colorful splendor, but look deeper and you will find more than just fall foliage in all its glory. Towns come alive with the bounty of the harvest and a generosity of spirit that is reflected in the unabashed smiles of the local residents who greet you in each port. And there will also be Civil War sites to explore. Let our ‘Riverlorian’ and exceptional staff show you all of the rich history and heritage, magnificent landmarks, incredible natural beauty, and our most precious treasures. Immerse yourself in the literature, music and culture of the South, as well as its traditions, history and cooking. You’ll visit the towns that inspired literary greatness. Along the way, you’ll experience the sounds of the Deltablues and sample plenty of Southern cooking.
"Portugal – Douro River Cruise"
April 27 – May 7, 2022
Experience Portugal and Spain like never before aboard a river boat. Begin your journey in Lisbon, Portugal visiting Jeronimos Monastery, ‘Monument to the Discoveries’, and Belem Tower. Sail through the twists and turns of the Douro Valley. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this area is sparsely populated by small quaint villages with vineyards and small farms. Visit vineyards and wineries, learning about port wines that the valley is known for. See amazingly detailed and intricately carved buildings of the university, the 12th-century Romanesque church of San Martin, and the house of Shells in Salamanca, Spain. Journey to the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Remedies, one of the most important pilgrimage sites in Portugal. End your tour in Porto and bid farewell to Portugal, filled with memories of this remarkable cruise along the ‘river of gold’. FULL, TAKING A WAITLIST
“Nova Scotia & Canada’s Maritimes”
July 10 – 19, 2022
Journey to Nova Scotia, Cape Breton, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick on this Maritime Adventure. You will visit Peggy’s Cove, home of Canada’s only post office located in a lighthouse; the Maritime Museum which has great history of the region as well a terrific exhibit on the Titanic; Fairview Lawn Cemetery, one of Canada’s famous cemeteries; and Halifax Public Gardens. Then travel to Cape Breton and visit the Alexander Graham Bell Museum, Cabot Trail, and Highlands National Park. This magnificent highway is carved into the sides of mountains that rise high above the shimmering waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Take the ferry across Northumberland Strait to Prince Edward Island and tour Charlottetown, which includes Province House. We will enjoy “Anne’s Land,” including a visit to the Prince Edward Island Preserve Company, one of the most popular stops in Prince Edward Island; the beautiful setting alone will impress you. Spend a day along the Acadian Coast of New Brunswick where the French culture is alive and well. We will travel to the site of Hopewell Rocks where 50-foot tides have carved the world’s largest “flowerpots” out of the cliffs. Nowhere else on earth are the tides as high as in the Bay of Fundy and we will return home with incredible pictures and memories of this experience!