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USA Country Music & Civil Rights Trail

20 Days  |  Departing Friday 1st October 2021 and returning Wednesday 20th October 2021

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Tour of Historic RCA Studio B in Nashville
Visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame
Visit to the Johnny Cash Museum
Visit Willie Nelson & Friends Museum and Store
Tour of the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville
Enjoy a lunch at Miss Mary Bobo's Restaurant
Visit to the Jack Daniel's Distillery
Dinner at Swampers in Florence, Alabama
Visit to Muscle Shoals Sound Studios
Tour of Fame Studios where artists included Aretha Franklin
Visit downtown Tupelo, Mississippi, birthpalce of Elvis Presly
Visit to Elvis Presley Museum including the Elvis Presley Memorial Chapel
Dinner in Tupelo with an Elvis Show
Tour of Rowan Oak a beautiful Plantation House in Oxford, Mississippi
Visit to the Stax Museum of American Soul Music in Memphis
Dinner and Show at King's Palace on famous Beale Street
Visit and Audio guided tour of Elvis Presley's Graceland Mansion
Visit to the National Civil Rights Museum
Tour of Sun Studios and Memphis Music Hall of Fame
Memphis Mojo Tour featuring Memphis' greatest attractions comple with live music
Travel the Blues Music Highway from Dyess to Natchez
Visit to Johnny Cash's childhood home
Tour of the Lepanto USA Museum with impressvie Native American relics
Tour of the "Painted House" made famous in the John Grisham movie
Visit to the Southern Tenant Farmer's Museum
Visit to the Delta Blues Museum, Mississippi's oldest music museum
Enjoy lunch at Ground Zero Blues Club where you can see the best of the Delta Blue's musicians
Visit to the Grammy Museum
Visit to the BB King Museum
Enjoy dinner at Shaggy's on the Rez with spectacular views over Mississippi's Big Water
Visit to Natchez Visitors Centre
Enjoy lunch at Stanton Hall an Antebellum Classical Revival Mansion
Visit to the Old South Winery
Dinner at Restaurant 1818 at Monmouth Inn - a magnificent Antebellum Home
Tour of the Magnolia Mound Planation Mansion in Baton Rouge, Louisana
Visit to the Old Governor's Mansion (replica of the US White House)
An Airboat tour of the Southern Swamps in New Orleans
Visit to Mardi Gras World
Dinner at the famous The Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans
Free Day in New Orleans to explore the famous French Quarter
Cooking Class in New Orleans at the Crescent City Cooks
Visit to Selma - walking tour across Pettus Bridge, site of the brutal Sunday beatings of Civil Rights Marchers
Visit to Montgomery Area Visitor Centre and the National Memorial for Peace & Justice
Visit to Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
Visit to the Hank Williams Museum
Guided tour of Birmingham and Kelly Ingram Park, the heart of the Civil Rights District
Guided visit to the Martin Luther King Jr National Historical Park including many stops at significant areas



Fully Escorted by a Sisterhood Tour Hostess who is on hand to assist with making your Holiday a memorable one.
Return Economy Airfares and Taxes from Melbourne to USA (Other Cities and Classes of Travel available on request)
Quality Well Located Accommodation with private facilities
Specialist Guides at Each Destination
All Transportation as Detailed in our Itinerary
All Sightseeing and Activities as Detailed in our Itinerary
All Meals as Detailed in our Itinerary
Willing to Share Option
Meet and Greet Documentation Distribution Day (Subject to Minimum Numbers Attending)
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Day 1 - Friday 1 October 2021

Melbourne - Los Angeles - Nashville (D)

Welcome to Sisterhood Womens Travel!  Our Tour Hostess and fellow travellers will meet you at the Melbourne Airport for our flight to Nashville via Los Angeles.  Sit back, relax and enjoy the inflight entertainment of our airlines as we head towards our next adventure.

Upon arrival into Nashville we'll transfer to our hotel for our 2 night stay in Music City!

Dinner tonight at our hotel.

Overnight - Tru by Hilton Nashville Downtown (or similar)

Day 2 - Saturday 2 October 2021

Nashville (B,D)

This morning we meet our guide and tour the Historic RCA Studio B—once a recording home of popular music titans such as Elvis Presley, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold, and the Everly Brothers.  It's both a classroom for Nashville-area students and a popular cultural attraction.  Afterwards we'll visit the Country Music Hall of Fame® with a treasure trove of historic country video clips and recorded music, dynamic exhibits and state-of-the-art design.  There's also the Museum Store, on-site dining and a fabulous public space which will contribute to an unforgettable museum experience.  Here we can enjoy lunch before our afternoon visit to the Johnny Cash Museum featuring the world's largest collection of Johnny Cash artefacts and memorabilia in the world. Enjoy an interesting walk through the life of the Man in Black depicted in interactive exhibits, films and much more. This Museum is officially endorsed by the Cash Family.

With some free time to explore Honky Tonk Row before returning to our hotel for dinner.

Overnight - Tru by Hilton Nashville Downtown (or similar)

Day 3 - Sunday 3 October 2021

Nashville - Florence (B,L,D)

This morning after breakfast we'll check out of our hotel and visit the Willie Nelson & Friends Museum & General Store (pending availability), A Nashville Tradition for 30 years, featuring Nashville's largest souvenir shop and a showcase museum dedicated to traditional country music legends. The museum showcases one of the world's largest collections of personal items from Willie Nelson and his many friends including Patsy Cline, Porter Wagoner, Dolly Parton, Faron Young, Mel Tillis, Webb Pierce, Marty Stuart, Connie Smith, Hank Cochran, Barbara Mandrell, Conway Twitty, Jeannie Seely, Norma Jean and many others.  We take a guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium.  After a 48.5 million renovation, this National Historic Landmark and former home of the Grand Ole Opry has once again stepped to centre stage as a premier performance facility.  By day, displays inside the Ryman visually tell the stores of its rich history.  By night, the sounds of musical productions fill the air.  We continue onto the Jack Daniels Distillery in Lynchburg before enjoying lunch at Miss Mary Bobo’s Restaurant, where every dish is served with a warm Tennessee welcome and a heaping side of friendly conversation!  We then experience The Flight of Jack Daniel’s Tour. In 1866, The Jack Daniel Distillery is officially established, making it the very first registered distillery within the US.  Along with a behind-the scenes look at how they make Jack Daniel’s, this tour includes a memorable stop at historic Barrelhouse 1-14, with the option for a sip of the five Jack products.  We then continue on to Florence, Alabama for an overnight stay including breakfast.

Dinner tonight is at Swampers at the hotel. Your meal is accompanied by Muscle Shoals musicians and the special appearance of a “Swamper”. 

Overnight - Marriott Shoals Hotel (or similar)

Day 4 - Monday 4 October 2021

Florence - Tupelo - Oxford (B,D)

Today after breakfast we'll visit the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios.  Formed in 1969 by four session musicians called The Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section who left Rick Hall's nearby FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals to create their own recording facility.  Then we take a tour of Fame Studios.  See the Recording Studio that recorded artists like Aretha Franklin with “Do Right Woman” & “I Never Loved a Man” which went on to win a Grammy for Album of the Year.  Many others recorded here like Wilson Pickett who fired off a string of classic recordings here including “Mustang Sally”, and “Hey Jude” which featured Duane Allman. 

We then travel to Tupelo, Mississippi, the birthplace of Elvis Presley.  Here, we visit downtown Tupelo and the Hardware Store for unique Elvis souvenirs.  Enjoy lunch in a “Dive” and afterwards enjoy a milkshake served at Elvis’ favourite Drive In.  Visit the Elvis Presley Museum - Completely renovated in 2006, the state-of-the-art museum still pays tribute to that friendship and displays new exhibits containing Tupelo artefacts, large photo-murals and graphics and audio-visual presentations that focus on Elvis, his childhood and his first music. Visit the Elvis Presley Memorial Chapel - Elvis dreamed of having a “place of meditation” at the Elvis Presley Birthplace Park. Before his death, he shared that dream with friend Janelle McComb who envisioned adding a chapel to the Park.  Dedicated in 1979, the chapel is now a popular attraction and offers a time for meditation and a venue for weddings and special services.

Enjoy dinner with an Elvis performance.

Overnight - The Graduate Oxford (or similar)

Day 5 - Tuesday 5 October 2021

Oxford - Memphis (B,D)

Today after breakfast, we'll enjoy a tour of Rowan Oak – the home to William Faulkner and his family for over 40 years.  Rowan Oak was originally built in 1844, and stands on over 29 acres of land just south of the Square in Oxford, Mississippi.  We'll tour his home before we listen and learn at a “Blues 101” class that educates us on The History of the Blues and the many influences which created the style of music and the influences it has had on other genres

After lunch (own expense) we travel approximately 2 hours to Memphis, Tennessee where we'll meet our guide and visit the Stax Museum of American Soul Music. What began as a tiny record store in an old movie theatre at the corner of McLemore Avenue and College. Street in Memphis, Tennessee, grew to become one of the most important music recording studios in the world. When the modest Capitol Theatre in the heart of Soulsville USA was transformed into Stax Records in 1959, it began launching the careers of unknowns who would become icons, cranking out a massive catalogue of smash soul hits. On its many and varied labels, Stax Records also recorded such legends as Big Star, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Bill Cosby, Moms Mabley and the Grammy-winning comedic genius Richard Pryor.

TWe check in to our hotel before freshening uo for a Dinner and Show at King's Palace on famous Beale Street.

Overnight - The House at Graceland (or similar)

Day 6 - Wednesday 6 October 2021

Graceland - Memphis (B)

Today after breakfast we'll meet our guide for a tour of the famous Graceland Mansion. We'll enjoy an audio-guided tour featuring commentary and stories by Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie. See where Elvis lived, relaxed and spent time with his friends and family. The Graceland Mansion tour includes Elvis’ living room, music room, parents' bedroom, dining room, kitchen, TV room, pool room and the famous Jungle Room.

This afternoon travel into Memphis to visit the National Civil Rights Museum. Located at the original Lorraine Motel, site of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 1968 assassination, this award-winning museum traces the history of the American Civil Rights Movement and honours its' leaders through interactive displays, artefacts, hands-on exhibits and audio-visual programs. The recent $11M expansion involves the renovation of the Young Morrow building where the fatal shot was fired. "Exploring the Legacy" brings the history that followed King's assassination into the tour.

Then we'll take a tour of Sun Studio (pending availability), the birthplace of Rock N Roll.

NOTE: Sun Studio tour does include stairs.      

We then visit the Memphis Music Hall of Fame - introducing us to some of the greatest musicians of all time – each responsible for shaping modern music and changing the world forever right here in Memphis! Visit the Rock n’ Soul Museum. The museum tells the critical story of the musical pioneers who overcame racial and socio-economic obstacles to create the music that changed the cultural complexion of the world. Take a tour of the Gibson’s Memphis guitar factory, consisting of a view of the facility and an opportunity to see the intricate process of creating these incredible musical instruments.  

Dinner at leisure tonight with free time on Beale Street before our Mojo Tour of Memphis. 90 minutes of high-energy fun on this musical journey featuring Memphis’ greatest attractions complete with live music and tambourines, shakers and bongos for us to enjoy.

Overnight - The Guest House at Graceland (or similar)

Day 7 - Thursday 7 October 2021

Blues Music Highway - Dyess - Lepanto - Clarksdale (B,L,D)

Today after breakfast, we'll check out of our hotel and depart for Dyess, Arkansas, to visit the Johnny Cash Boyhood Home Visitor Centre.  It is furnished as it appeared when the Cash family lived there, based on family memories. We then continue to Lepanto and visit the Rabbit Ridge Cotton Gin before lunch at the new Connor’s Place Steakhouse.  We tour the Lepanto USA Museum housed in a 1915 bank building; containing exhibits of early days of Northeast Arkansas area; Native American relics; reproduction of a general store, blacksmith shop, doctor's office; Civil War military memorabilia. 

We then take a tour of ‘The Painted House’, the original movie set farmhouse, used in the 2003 Hallmark Hall of Fame film production of "A Painted House". The house is patterned after the Arkansas boyhood home of novelist John Grisham, who wrote "A Painted House”.  Many items used in making the movie are displayed in the vintage-looking house constructed for the film.

NOTE:  The “Painted House” visit is pending re-construction and visitor access as determined on the day.  Due to recent, massive water damage, some or all of the Painted House maynot be available for tourists.  

The town Mayor is expected to join the group for lunch and touring afterwards pending his schedule on the day of our arrival.

We then visit the Southern Tenant Farmer’s Museum - enhancing knowledge and understanding of tenant farming and agricultural labour movements in the Mississippi River Delta, in an effort to preserve the history.

We then travel approximately 2 hours to Clarksdale, Mississippi for our overnight stay.

This evening we'll enjoy dinner  at Levon's Bar & Grill and authentic “Juke Joint” entertainment.

Overnight - Hampton Inn, Clarksdale (or similar)

Day 8 - Friday 8 October 2021

Blues Music Highway - Indianola - Brandon - Natchez (B,D)

After breakfast we check out of our hotel to explore the Delta Blues Museum – The state’s oldest music museum “delivering not only the music but also the culture that produced it (NY Times)”.

We enjoy lunch at Ground Zero Blues Club, where we can see the best of today's Delta Blues musicians. Although some national acts perform from time to time, visitors are more likely to find the "real deal" at Ground Zero Blues Club® — those musicians who live in the Mississippi Delta and continue in the tradition of their musical forefathers Charley Patton, Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker. Wednesday through Saturday there is always live music at Ground Zero Blues Club® (and even on a few Sundays when the occasion arises).

We then visit the Grammy Museum with interactive exhibits & showbiz artefacts honouring music greats past and present at this sprawling centre.

Travelling onto Indianola, Mississippi to visit the B.B. King Museum & Delta Interpretive Centre.  Here, we discover the life of B.B. (Blues Boy) King, from his humble beginnings in Itta Bena, MS to his big break on Beale Street in Memphis. We'll learn about B.B.'s time on the Chitlin' Circuit and his rise to a blues pioneer through archive footage, photos and interactive exhibits. Housed in an historic cotton gin, the museum contains a theatre, a performing arts centre, and a guitar studio. 

We continue onto Brandon, Mississippi for an early dinner at Shaggy's on the Rez.  Enjoy a signature island-style atmosphere overlooking central Mississippi’s “Big Water”. The food is great, the drinks are cold and the views are spectacular. A great chance to relax and soak up our surrounds.

We then drive onto Natchez to check into our hotel.

Overnight - Hampton Inn, Natchez (or similar)

Day 9 - Saturday 9 October 2021

Natchez (B,D)

Following breakfast, we visit the Natchez Visitors Centre to enjoy the film “Natchez Story”.  Natchez is a region of Mississippi rich with grandiose antebellum homes, one in particular stands out from the rest – Longwood Plantation. Billed as the largest octagonal home in the United States, Longwood comprises six levels including the basement and an observatory. Cotton created the fortunes of Natchez’s elite, but Dr. Haller Nutt ambitiously desired to surpass his fellow planters in extravagance. The mansion was to contain 32 rooms, with every bedroom opening to its own outside balcony and it was crowned by a large and exotic onion-shaped dome.

We visit the Carriage House and enjoy lunch on the grounds of Stanton Hall.  Stanton Hall, also known as Belfast, is an Antebellum Classical Revival mansion at 401 High Street in Natchez, Mississippi. Built in the 1850s, it is one of the most opulent antebellum mansions to survive in the southeastern United States. It is now operated as a historic house museum by the Pilgrimage Garden Club

We then visit the Old South Winery, a quaint local winery with a cosy tasting room stocking a variety of Muscadine-driven wines.

Return to our hotel for free time to refresh before dinner. Dinner tonight will be at a very special location within one of the most magnificent Antebellum homes found anywhere - Restaurant 1818 at Monmouth Inn

Overnight - Hampton Inn, Natchez (or similar)

Day 10 - Sunday 10 October 2021

Natchez - Baton Rouge (B)

This morning we depart for Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  We'll enjoy a tour of the Magnolia Mound Plantation, a 1700’s plantation home with restored French Creole architecture.  After some free time, this afternoon we stop at the Old Governor's Mansion, a Georgian style building constructed in 1930 to look like the U.S. White House.  The Louisiana State Capitol began as the dream of one man - Huey Long.  It has since become a symbol of the pride, the history and the spirit of the people of Louisiana.  It is the tallest capital building in the United States at 450 feet high.  The view from the 27th floor is spectacular.  We then transfer to our hotel for an overnight stay.

Dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight - Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Centre (or similar)

Day 11 - Monday 11 October 2021

Baton Rouge - New Orleans (B,D)

After breakfast we'll depart for New Orleans, Louisiana.  We'll enjoy an airboat tour of the southern swamps of New Orleans, a dynamic ecosystem supporting many types of aquatic and moist-soil vegetation, as well as a diverse wildlife population. We'll see some of the most beautiful scenery as we cruise through the swamp and into the bayous lined with moss-draped cypress and tupelo-gum trees.  We then travel into New Orleans city and explore Mardi Gras World, a showcase of the Mardi Gras floats, Mardi Gras souvenirs and learn about the Carnival of Mardi Gras.  With a free afternoon for lunch and exploring.

Dinner tonight is at the famous The Court of Two Sisters.  We'll enjoy luscious Creole and Cajun cuisine,listen to authentic jazz, pass through Charm Gates, make a wish in the Devil’s Wishing Well and hear the story of Emma and Bertha, the two sisters who ran a notions shop once upon a time in the French Quarter.

Feel free to explore this evening - You can't go wrong with a hurricane and sing-along at the piano bar in Pat O'Brien's. Be sure to check out the schedules at Preservation Hall, House of Blues, and One Eyed Jack's. Prefer a DJ? Join the dance party at The Gold Mine, where the dance floor stays packed until the wee hours of the morning.

Late-night you’ll find plenty of places for late night grub and drinks including St. Lawrence for craft daiquiris and Erin Rose Bar for drink specials from midnight to 4.00am, killer po-Boys, and famous frozen Irish coffee. Make your endnote a sweet one at Café du Monde for beignets 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Overnight - Springhill Suites by Marriott New Orleans Downtown (or similar)

Day 12 - Tuesday 12 October 2021

New Orleans (B,L,D)

This morning we'll enjoy a cooking class at Crescent City Cooks in the French Quarter. We'll learn to make all the classics like red beans and rice, chicken and andouille gumbo, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, étouffée, bananas foster, bread pudding and more! After our class we'll have time to visit the shop to stock up on kitchen utensils, spices and great local cookbooks.  

This afternoon is at leisure to shop and continue to explore New Orleans!

This evening, we board the paddlewheeler Creole Queen for a dinner jazz cruise on the mighty Mississippi.  Experience the lively sounds of the amazing Sullivan Dabney, Jr. and the Muzik Jazz Band while enjoying a lavish Creole Buffet in the elegantly appointed dining room. After dinner, and maybe a little dancing, enjoy a classic New Orleans cocktail and sweet Mississippi River breezes on the promenade deck as the city skyline slips by under a canopy of stars. This night time cruise is pure New Orleans.

Overnight - Springhill Suites by Marriott New Orleans Downtown (or similar)

Day 13 - Wednesday 13 October 2021

New Orleans - Free Day (B)

Today we have a completely free day to explore New Orleans at leisure.  Your Sisterhood Tour Hostess will be on hand to assist with ideas of what to discover.


Overnight - Springhill Suites by Marriott New Orleans Downtown (or similar)

Day 14 - Thursday 14 October 2021

New Orleans - Selma - Montgomery (B,D)

After breakfast we'll check out of our hotel and depart for Selma, approximately 5 hours drive. We stop for lunch enroute. Upon arrival in Selma we'll take a walking tour across Pettus Bridge, site of the brutal bloody Sunday beatings of civil rights marchers during the first march for voting rights.  It is named after Edmund Pettus, a Confederate brigadier general, Democratic U.S. Senator and grand wizard of the Alabama Klu Klux Klan.  Learn about the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.  On August 6, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson signed, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which extended equal voting rights for African-Americans. As both White and Black non-violent supporters led by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. fought for the right to vote in Central Alabama, today, we trace their march toward freedom on the 54-mile trail and connect with their stories at the Interpretive Centres.  We stop at Lowndes Interpretive Centre which serves as a repository of information for the unfortunate and significant events that occurred in Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery march.  Afterwards we continue to Montgomery, checking in with dinner at a local restaurant.

Overnight - Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Montgomery Downtown (or similar)

Day 15 - Friday 15 October 2021

Montgomery (B)

This morning we'll visit the Montgomery Area Visitor Centre in Historic Union Station Downtown.  We then continue to the National Memorial for Peace & Justice, a memorial that commemorates the victims of lynching in the U.S.  Next we visit Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. It’s big, it’s beautiful and it’s bursting with all kinds of art: paintings, porcelain, prints and glass. Thousands of works of art representing cultures around the globe and spanning centuries of expression can be found at the MMFA.  We then visit the Hank Williams Museum which pays tribute to America’s first country music superstar where his iconic blue Cadillac is the highlight of the museum collection.  With time for lunch in Central a gorgeous space in the centre of town.  This afternoon and evening is free to explore.  Subject to performances we can take an optional performance at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival at Blount Cultural Park. Located on the grounds of the 293-acre Blount Cultural Park, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival is one of the largest Shakespeare Festivals in the world and the largest professional theatre in Alabama. Performances span multiple genres, from Shakespeare to more recent cultural favourites. Even without the show the grounds of Blount Cultural Park are beautiful and include ponds, statues and many walking trails. 

Dinner at leisure tonight.

Overnight - Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Montgomery Downtown (or similar)

Day 16 - Saturday 16 October 2021

Montgomery - Birmingham (B,D)

Today we travel 1½ hours to Birmingham, Alabama.  On arrival we take a guided tour of Birmingham driving through the Fourth Avenue Business District. After the turn of the century, Jim Crow laws authorizing the distinct separation of “the races” and subsequent restrictions placed on black firms forced the growing black business community into an area along third, fourth and fifth avenues north from 15th to 18th streets. This area served as the business, social and cultural centre for black activities similar to those in the predominantly white districts. The businesses located in this area included barber and beauty shops, banks, mortuaries, theatres, motels and nightclubs. These black businesses and their successors continued to do well throughout the 60′s. Today, many businesses still operate in the district, serving a steady stream of customers of all races.  We visit Kelly Ingram Park, the heart of the Civil Rights District where events took place in Kelly Ingram Park vividly portrayed the realities of police dogs and firehoses turned on marchers who gathered for civil rights demonstrations in the 1960s.  After lunch (own expense), we'll take a guided tour of 16th Street Baptist Church, site of a supremacist terrorism bombing before Sunday morning services on September 15, 1963 at the predominantly black congregation.  This afternoon we visit the Civil Rights Institute, a large interpretive museum and research centre that depicts the struggles of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

Tonight we'll enjoy dinner at The Southern Kitchen And Bar this evening in Downtown Birmingham.

Overnight - Hampton Inn & Suites Birmingham (or similar)

Day 17 - Sunday 17 October 2021

Birmingham - Atlanta (B,D)

Today we travel to Atlanta, Georgia.  With time for lunch we'll meet our guide for a Civil Rights Tour of Atlanta.  We visit the tombs of Dr. King and his wife, Coretta Scott King, then the famous Atlanta Student Movement Rush Memorial Church to the graves at South-View Cemetery of Daddy King & John Wesley Dobbs.  At stops we see close up the house Dr. King lived in at the time of his assassination and where Coretta raised her four children, then Dr. King's birth home and the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church where MLK Jr. was baptised and both he and Daddy King preached.  With many more significant stops included in this tour before a visit to the National Centre of Vicil & Human Rights, a museum dedicated to the achievements of both the civil rights movement in the U.S. and the broader worldwide human rights movement. 

A farewell dinner tonight at our hotel.

Overnight - Aloft Atlanta Downtown (or similar)

Day 19 - Monday 18 October 2021

Atlanta - Los Angeles - Home (B)

Today we have a day at leisure to explore Atlanta.  Your Sisterhood Hostess will assist with sightseeing options.

Early afternoon we'll be transferred to the Airport to begin our journey home.

Sit back, relax and enjoy the inflight entertainment as we head towards home (via Los Angeles)

Day 19 - Tuesday 19 October 2021

in Transit (Meals Inflight)

In transit.

Day 20 - Wednesday 20 October 2021

Welcome Home!

Welcome home!  Thank you for joining us for your latest adventure and we look forward to welcoming you back!

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