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12 nights accommodation, paddlewheeler dinner cruise.
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Historic Kentucky Bourbon Trail
Culture & history of the Deep South
Experience the Country Music Capital
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Arrive into Chicago to begin your trip.
Enjoy an architectural river cruise and later, tour Oak Park for Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright historic sites.
Travel south for Indianapolis and explore the historic Fountain Square. Enjoy dinner in the trendy Wholesale District.
Visit the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway, before continuing on to Louisville. Here, stroll downtown’s Whiskey Row, where you may enjoy distillery tastings.
Today make a visit to Churchill Downs, site of the renowned Kentucky Derby.
In Nashville visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, and dance your night away in the Honky Tonks along Broadway.
Visit Ryman Auditorium home of the Grand Ole Opry, and perhaps take in a show.
Continue onto Memphis, making a stop en route at Belle Meade Plantation. Spend the evening under the lights of Beale Street.
Visit the Rock ‘n’ Soul Museum and Elvis’ Graceland.
In Vicksburg visit the Civil War battlefield.
Visit old plantations along the Mississippi River.
Visit the Garden District, Arts District and French Quarter. Take a paddlewheeler dinner cruise on the Mississippi River to complete your adventure.
Finish your trip in New Orleans.
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