Serving the Great Plains area since 1985

1603 Farnam Street | Omaha, Nebraska 68102 |1.800.488.2114

Duration: December 3-8, 2017 | 6 Days
Departing: Des Moines, IA | Avoca, IA | Council Bluffs, IA | Lincoln, NE | York, NE
Price: $891*
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Christmas in San Antonio Bus Tour Highlights | All Admissions Included
*Per Person, Double Occupancy. $1,134 Single | $75 Deposit per person.

Begin this exciting tour with a stop in Oklahoma City at the National Memorial, a place of quiet reflection honoring those who were killed and those who survived the 1995 attack.

A step-on-guide will give you an insiders tour of Austin, the capitol of Texas, known for its music, restaurants and culture. Visit the Fort Worth Stockyards Station for shopping for antiques, apparel, art, gifts, and all things Texas; dining; and fun at Billy Bob’s of Texas, the world’s largest honky tonk.

While in Dallas, you’ll visit the JFK Memorial Site.

The LBJ Ranch, now a Texas National Historical Park, is about 50 miles west of Austin. The “Texas White House” held a deep attachment for Lyndon B. Johnson. He was born on the ranch, lived there, died, and was buried on his beloved homestead. Your tour guide will give insight into why this estate held such significance for our 36th president.

On to lovely San Antonio where you’ll tour the SAS Shoe Factory in this charming city.

Built along the San Antonio River, San Antonio is known for River Walk. Relax and take in the sights as you cruise the canals bordered by restaurants and shops. Listen to an interesting narrative of the rich history during this 35-minute tour covering 1.5 miles of beautiful River Walk brightly lit and decorated for Christmas.

Each year, more than a million people visit The Alamo in downtown Austin. Learn about its days as a Spanish mission and walk the ground Lt. Col. William Barret Travis did before he wrote his “victory of death” letter.

- 11 meals (5 breakfasts; 6 dinners or lunches)
- Touring Motor Coach with on board entertainment
- Luggage Handling
- Tour Coordinator