How charming! Experience the West by Rail! This train journey aboard the Rocky Mountaineer takes you to the stunning mountain towns of Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff, including a trip to the Columbia Icefields and a helicopter tour through the soaring peaks of the Rockies.
Colorado is nicknamed the "Centennial State" because it became a state in the same year as the centennial of the United States Declaration of Independence. Mirror Lake is awesome and it can be part of your Colorado Vacation Package.
Festivals in Connecticut are a New England joy! There are Farmer's Markets, Quilting Shows, 4th of July Festivals and Parades. Don't forget about the Duck Day and Race in June and the Podunk Bluegrass Festival in August. You'll want to attend both!
To slow or eliminate the enemy's ability to organize and launch counter-attacks during this critical period, airborne operations were used to seize key objectives such as bridges, road crossings, and terrain features, particularly on the eastern and western flanks of the landing areas. The airborne landings some distance behind the beaches were also intended to ease the egress of the amphibious forces off the beaches, and in some cases to neutralize German coastal defense batteries
In Delaware, any time of year is the right time for putting on a festival and inviting a crowd. Top things to do in spring always include a few flower fests, and summer brings a lineup of music festivals in Delaware. Call TravelKatz to help plan your next Festival Vacation to Delaware! 352-277-7300
Our newest line of Adventure Trips, blends fun, hands-on exploration, meaningful encounters with people and cultures, and more free time and choices—with the structure and security of traveling in a small group of family and friends.
Tallahassee is an Apalachee word meaning “old fields” or “old town.” It was given its name by Octavia Walton, the teenage daughter of Florida’s territorial secretary George Walton, who believed it meant “beautiful land.” In fact, though Walton is credited with officially suggesting the name in the 1824, the Apalachee had been calling the area Tallahassee since the 16th century.
When the railroad reached the region in the 1830s, it became known as Terminus—the last stop on the Western and Atlantic Railroad line. In the 1840s, when it began to look as though the railroad might continue past the town after all, residents decided to rename it and it became Marthasville before being named Atlanta (after the Atlantic Ocean). Let TravelKatz plan your next Georgia Vacation Package and include the tour of the Coca Cola Museum.
Occasionally, TravelKatz comes up with a really unique and great International destination. This time we have gone beyond “great” and “unique”. Picture yourself on the tee at one of these spectacular links courses in Ireland! Each one featuring 5 rounds of golf for you and your threesome…with a rental car!