11 Days, May 22 – June 1, 2017
Mon., May 22 – Minnesota Twins at Baltimore Orioles 7:05
Tue., May 23 – Seattle Mariners at Washington Nationals 7:10
Wed., May 24 – Colorado Rockies at Philadelphia Phillies 7:05
Thur., May 25 – San Diego Padres at New York Mets 7:10
Fri., May 26 – Oakland A’s at New York Yankees 7:05
Sat., May 27 – Seattle Mariners at Boston Red Sox 4:05
Sun., May 28 – Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY
Mon., May 29 – Cincinnati Reds at Toronto Blue Jays 7:07
Tue., May 30 – Arizona D’Backs at Pittsburgh Pirates 7:05
Wed., May 31 – Oakland A’s at Cleveland Indians 7:10
Thur., June 1 – Check-Out of Hotel
Included: Guided Tour of Manhattan, 1-Hour of Statue of Liberty Cruise, Admission to Babe Ruth Museum/Birthplace, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Baseball Hall of Fame. Free Time at Niagara Falls, Washington DC, Philadelphia, and Boston.
Tour begins at hotel near Baltimore/Washington (Thurgood Marshall) International Airport and ends at hotel near Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Each hotel offers free shuttle service to/from the airport.
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Monday, May 22 – We will meet at our hotel near the airport late this afternoon and get checked into our rooms for the first of two nights in a row. After settling in, we will depart and travel less than 10 miles to Oriole Park at Camden Yards to watch the Baltimore Orioles host the Minnesota Twins. Game time is set for 7:05. After the game, we will return to our hotel.
Tuesday, May 23 – We will depart this morning for free time at Arlington National Cemetery. Afterwards, we will have lunch at the Pentagon Mall and free time near the Lincoln Memorial (close to Vietnam and Korean War Memorials, too). At 5:00 we will depart for Nationals Park where the home team will take on the Seattle Mariners at 7:10. We will return to our hotel after the game.
Wednesday, May 24 – Our morning will begin with a short ride to the Babe Ruth Birthplace/Museum. After 45 minutes, we will travel a mile to the Baltimore Harbor where we will have free time for sightseeing, shopping, and lunch. Afterwards, we will travel 110 miles to Philadelphia where we will have free time in the Historic District. You can choose to visit Independence Hall or the Liberty Bell during this time. Your options will be in close proximity to each other. Afterwards, it’s off to Citizens Bank Park to watch the Phillies host the Colorado Rockies at 7:05. After the game, we will travel a short distance to our hotel for the evening.
Thursday, May 25 – We will depart our Philadelphia suburb and travel about 95 miles to Manhattan. You will make a stop at St. Paul’s Church where George Washington first worshipped after being inaugurated as our first President. It’s in a prime location to visit the 9/11 Memorial. An experience at the reflecting pools are humbling. From there we will travel a short distance to South Street Seaport, where you will have time for lunch on your own and a guided 1-hour cruise that will give us to a close view of the Statue of Liberty. After the cruise we will load the coach for Citi Field, home of the New York Mets. Tonight they take on the San Diego Padres.
Friday, May 26 – We will depart our hotel at 8:30 and take an all day guided tour of Manhattan. There will be scheduled stops and free time. We will see as much of the city as possible before entering the Bronx to watch the New York Yankees host the Oakland A’s at 7:05. We will travel to our hotel after the game.
Saturday, May 27 – We will travel to Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market for free time of sightseeing, shopping, and lunch, prior to going to Fenway Park to see the Boston Red Sox host the Baltimore Orioles. Game time for this mid-afternoon affair is 4:05. After the game, we will travel about 90 miles to our hotel in West Springfield, Massachusetts.
Sunday, May 28 – We will travel about 150 miles to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. We will stop for a rest break this morning. There will be time for lunch, admission to the museum, and free time in the village. We will depart late-afternoon and travel about 95 miles to our hotel in Syracuse. There are restaurants near the hotel so you will have a relaxing evening.
Monday, May 29 – We will cross the border this morning (don’t forget your Passport) and have free time at Niagara Falls for sightseeing and lunch, before traveling to Toronto to see the Blue Jays host the Cincinnati Reds at 7:07.
Tuesday, May 30 – There will be free time at Niagara Falls this morning before we depart at Noon. We will head to our hotel just outside of Pittsburgh and get settled in before we go to my favorite ball park in the Majors – PNC Park. The Arizona Diamondbacks are visiting the Pittsburgh Pirates at 7:05. After the game we will return to our hotel.
Wednesday, May 31 – We have a tentative plan to tour Progressive Field this morning before having free time near the stadium for lunch. We will travel a short distance this afternoon to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Afterwards, we will return to the ball park to enjoy the Cleveland Indians hosting the Oakland A’s. After the game, we will travel to our hotel near the airport.
Thursday, June 1 – You will wake up this morning sad that the tour is over, yet thankful for the lifetime of memories you made.