Washington D.C. Here We Come!

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GROUP REGISTRATION CODE-- CJBr9nQm (case sensitive)

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE:

6/30/2017 - $200.00 
02/09/2018 - Balance Due

Travelogs International

Seneca Falls Middle School

 Travelogs International, Inc.

Trip Details

Group:

Seneca Falls Middle School

Destination:

Washington D.C.

Dates:

Apr 19th - Apr 21st, 2018

Group Leader:

Mr. Kevin Rhinehart

Program #:

186004

Hotel:

Embassy Suites Tysons Corner 
8517 Leesburg Pike 
Vienna VA 22182 
(703) 883-0707

Registration Code:

CJBr9nQm

Registration Schedule:

06/30/2017 - $200.00 
02/09/2018 - Balance Due

Final Cost:

TBD


Itinerary:

THURSDAY, APRIL 19
Depart Seneca Falls early this morning for Washington D.C. Meal/rest stops will be coordinated between the chaperones and the bus driver. You’ll go directly to the Newseum. The Newseum is dedicated to the First Amendment, with galleries dedicated to news history, the September 11thattacks, and the history of the internet, television, and radio. Depart the museum for DINNER. Following dinner, you’ll enjoy a tour of the Lincoln, Korean, and Vietnam Memorials. Continue on to your hotel, check in, and remain for the night.

FRIDAY, APRIL 20
FULL AMERICAN BREAKFAST at the hotel. Depart your hotel this morning for the White House Visitor's Center. Meet your guide and begin sightseeing in our nation's capital. LUNCH ($15 cash allowance) as directed by your guide/chaperones. This afternoon you'll visit Arlington National Cemetery. You’ll enjoy a guided tour of the cemetery as well as seeing the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Kennedy gravesites, and the Challenger memorial. Following your visit to the cemetery, you’ll have LUNCH ($15 cash allowance) at L'Enfant Plaza. Continue sightseeing this afternoon with stops at the remaining memorials: FDR, Jefferson, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and World War II. This evening you’ll enjoy a DINNER CRUISE aboard the Spirit of Washington. Following the cruise, return to your hotel and remain for the evening.

SATURDAY, APRIL 21
FULL AMERICAN BREAKFAST at the hotel. Check out and depart the hotel for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Smithsonian Museum complex. The Holocaust Memorial Museum provides for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history. It is dedicated to helping leaders and citizens of the world confront hatred, prevent genocide, promote human dignity, and strengthen democracy. The Smithsonian buildings line the Washington Mall area, and you may visit the National Art Gallery, the Air & Space Museum, the American History Museum, or any one of the other museum buildings, all within walking distance of one another. Lunch (individual's expense) at one of the cafeterias at the Smithsonians. This afternoon, depart for Seneca Falls. Meal/rest stops will be coordinated between the chaperones and the bus driver. Evening arrival at the school. 


Program Fee / Payment Policy

  • $529.00/person based on 40-50 students and 5 chaperones per bus
  • $565.00/person based on 35-39 students and 5 chaperones per bus
  • $599.00/person based on 30-34 students and 5 chaperones per bus

Fee Includes

  • Round trip motorcoach transportation between Seneca Falls and Washington D.C.
  • Accommodations for two nights in a suburban Washington D.C. hotel, with students four to a room and the five chaperones in three rooms
  • Two breakfasts
  • One lunch
  • Two dinners
  • Local D.C. guide on day one and day two
  • Sightseeing as listed, including required admissions
  • Security guard at the hotel each night
  • All restaurant taxes and gratuities

Not Included

  • Meals other than those listed
  • Gratuity to the guide and bus driver
  • Items of a personal nature

Trip Insurance

If you are interested in purchasing trip insurance, including coverage for unforeseen illness, we recommend you visit www.insuremytrip.com for information from various travel insurers. From that list, you may choose the policy that best fits your needs. PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY TRAVEL INSURANCE POLICIES MUST BE PURCHASED WITHIN TWO WEEKS OF THE INITIAL TRIP DEPOSIT.


Payment Schedule

In the event your final payment is not received by the due date specified above, you will be assessed a $25 late fee.


Cancellation Policy

Between time of registration and January 9:

 

Penalty $25

Between January 10 and February 9:

 

Penalty $200

Between February 10 and March 29:

 

Penalty 50% of program fee (or entire deposit, whichever is greater)

After March 29:

 

No Refund

Any cancellations resulting in refunds must be made in writing to Travelogs International, 4909 Transit Road, Suite 3, Depew, NY 14043. The amount of your refund will be determined by the postmark date of your cancellation notice. Refund checks or a refund to the credit card that was used for payment, will be issued/made within four weeks of cancellation. The cancellation penalties are in effect regardless of the reason for cancellation, including unforeseen illness, disciplinary action taken by the school/organization, or cancellation of the entire group by the school/organization for any reason. Please contact Travelogs directly for replacement policy. There are absolutely no replacements within 72 hours of departure. For cancellation of an entire group at that group’s own request, any nonrefundable payments or contractual commitments made by Travelogs on behalf of the group are nonrefundable to program participants. In addition, Travelogs reserves the right to include an administrative fee in any cancellation charges to program participants. Neither Travelogs nor the school/organization is financially responsible for any charges to program participants for cancelled trips due to (but not limited to) illness, weather related events, civil strife, or national/international events.


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