County & Blues
9 Days - Departs September 5, 2017
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Highlights
10 Meals
Showboat Cruise
Blue Grass Music
Grand Ole Opry
Opryland Hotel
Elvis Presley's Graceland

Price Per Person
$ 2486 Share-basis, Land Only 
$ 2996 Share-basis from LAX*
$ 796 Single Supplement
$ 300 Deposit per person with balance due July 2, 2017.
*Includes airfare and air taxes.

Day 1: To Nashville
Jet to Nashville, the “Country Music Capital of the World,” for five nights at the famous Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort.

Day 2: General Jackson Showboat / Bluegrass Music
Start your day with a narrated city tour including the Bicentennial Capital Mall State Park, the Parthenon and Music Row. Then, get set for a luncheon cruise and entertainment on the festive General Jackson Showboat. Later you’ll be treated to dinner and Bluegrass Music at a great restaurant. (B,L,D)

Day 3: Johnny Cash Museum / Fontanel Mansion & Farm
Visit the new, world-class Johnny Cash Museum, a collection of memorabilia telling the story of Johnny Cash’s life. You’ll see why it has become one of Nashville’s major attractions. Lunch on your own in downtown Nashville, then experience The Fontanel Mansion, the 27,000 square-foot log home formerly owned by Country Music Hall of Fame® honoree Barbara Mandrell. Delight in a home-cooked familystyle meal before the dinner show at The Café Fontanella. (B,D)

Day 4: Country Music Hall of Fame / Grand Ole Opry
This morning you’ll take a behind-the-scenes look into the world of Country Music at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Then, have lunch on your own at one of the restaurants in your hotel before a Back-stage Tour of the Grand Ole Opry, dinner at the Opry Grill and a show at the Grand Ole Opry. (B,D)
Day 5: Miss Bobo’s
Head out to Lynchburg for a special lunch at the famous Miss Bobo’s Boarding House. There’s always at least one item on the menu that contains the local hometown “product” — good old Jack Daniel’s Whiskey. Visit the Jack Daniel’s Distillery before returning to Nashville for an evening at leisure. (B,L)

Day 6: To Memphis
Memphis, “Home of the Blues,” is today’s destination. You’ll drive along the “Music Highway” and stop in Hurricane Mills to visit Loretta Lynn’s “Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum.” Next, you’ll travel to Jackson to the Casey Jones Village & Old Country Store, followed by the International Rockabilly Hall of Fame. Then, check into the Hampton Inn Hotel in downtown Memphis for three nights. The evening is free to visit Beale Street and listen to the sounds of the blues or relax at your hotel. (B)

Day7: Memphis / Graceland
This morning, a local guide will show you the city’s highlights and Sun Studio, a recording studio that’s well known as the birthplace of rock & roll. Next, have lunch on your own before a tour of Graceland, Elvis Presley’s palatial home. (B)

Day 8: Blues & Rock N’ Soul
Get to know the musical history of Memphis with visits to Stax Museum of American Soul Music, the world’s only museum dedicated to preserving the legacy of this genre. You’ll also visit the Memphis Rock ’n’ Soul Museum. Top off the day with a Farewell Dinner at the original B.B. King’s Blues Club & Restaurant. You’ll be entertained by live music, from soulful blues to funky with delicious Southern comfort food. The club is a favorite spot on Memphis’ historic Beale Street. (B,D).

Day 9: Home
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before the flight home. (B)