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New York City Flyaway 7/14-19 2016
New York City Flyaway 7/14-19 2016

07/14/2016 - 07/19/2016

Go to the city that never sleeps! 

July 14-19

Spend 6 days and 5 nights with Steve Crawford and let him show you the town! You’ll see darn near everything! This will be our BEST New York trip yet!  You will stay at the historic Hotel St. James just a few steps from Times Square!

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CLICK HERE: More Pictures from our July trip to New York City!

Thursday July 14 

Morning Fly to NYC / Airport Transfer to hotel
Noon Lunch on your own in Times Square/Explore
2pm The Steve Crawford Death March (Group walk to Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trump Tower, then to Central Park and back to hotel)

Okay, the “Steve Crawford Death March” was coined by a person on a previous trip — but ISN’T as bad as it sounds!

Right from the get-go when we arrive in New York City, you have an opportunity to get adjusted to where you are and SEE some really cool places!

4pm Check in at St. James Hotel
Dinner on your own
7pm Group visit to Grand Central Station, enjoy Times Square

Friday July 15

7am Early morning visit to Good Morning America/TODAY Show/Fox & Friends
On your own to explore the rest of the morning.
Noon Lunch
2pm Rockefeller Center Tour (90-minute tour)
Dinner On your own
8pm Walk to the Empire State Building and view the city at night! (Use a pick 5 attraction ticket)

Saturday July 16

8am Hop on, Hop off Downtown tour
10am Board Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island ferry
Noon Lunch on your own at Liberty Island
2pm On your own to use your (Use a pick 5 attraction ticket)
Dinner on your own
8pm Broadway Show — Suggested: Wicked (Optional/Extra $140) OR
“people watch” in Times Square

Sunday July 17

8am Hop on, Hop off bus Downtown tour
9:30am Visit St. Paul’s Chapel
10:30am Tour 911 Memorial and Museum
Noon Lunch
2pm Go to the top of One World Trade (Optional/Extra $35)
Optional Walk the Brooklyn Bridge
7pm Bus Night tour

Monday July 18

8am Hop on, Hop off Uptown Tour (Harlem/Bronx) Suggested “hop off’s” include Grant’s Tomb, St. John’s Divine Church, the Seinfeld restaurant & Yankee Stadium tour (Optional/Extra $30)
Noon Lunch
Afternoon On your own
2pm On your own to use your (Use a pick 5 attraction ticket)
7:05pm Ride the subway to Baltimore Orioles at New York Yankees (Optional/Extra $85) OR on your own

Tuesday July 19

Morning, on your own to see anything you might have missed!
Afternoon Airport shuttle
Fly home

***As part of your package, you will get tickets to FIVE attractions.

The following are my suggested Pick 5 attractions:

  • Horse/Carriage Ride at Central Park (Must have 4 people)
  • Intrepid Aircraft Carrier
  • Radio City Music Hall Tour
  • Madison Square Garden Tour
  • Top of the Rock
  • Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum
  • Empire State Building
  • Top of the Rock
  • Lunch at several restaurants

Your trip will be hosted by WNAX’s Steve Crawford.  He will be available for questions/directions every step of the way.

Price: $1,899 per person double; $1,799 per person triple; $1,699 per person quad; $2,499 per person single. (Add $50 per person for trip insurance.)

***Price based on Omaha/Des Moines/Minneapolis/Kansas City to NYC; to fly out of Sioux Falls, there will be a $150 per person surcharge.

***The entire amount is due when booking.
***Trip insurance ONLY kicks in if there is illness, injury or death in the family and ONLY covers flight and hotel.  Other refunds are possible.
***Prices can change at any time without notice.
***Meals are not included

Call 800-843-0089 to book your trip today! OR email scrawford@wnax.com or call 605-857-0753 to ask questions!

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