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New York City Flyaway 7/1-6
New York City Flyaway 7/1-6

07/01/2014 - 07/06/2014

Go to the city that never sleeps! Spend 6 days and 5 nights with Steve Crawford and let him show you the town! We have extended our NYC trip an extra day to make sure you see “almost” everything! This will be our BEST New York trip yet!  You will stay at the historic Hotel Edison just a few steps from Times Square!

More NYC pictures here!

What you get:

  • Round trip air from Omaha
  • 6-days, 5-nights at Hotel Edison (Steps from Times Square)
  • Airport transfer to and from hotel
  • 24 hour access with Steve Crawford or other guide
  • Tour Radio City Music Hall
  • Tour Madame Tussauds Wax Museum
  • Statue of Liberty Ferry/Ellis Island Ticket
  • Ticket to the Empire State Building Observation Deck
  • Tour Rockefeller Center
  • Hop on, Hop off bus tickets (3 days of access)
  • Uptown Tour
  • Downtown Tour
  • Night Tour
  • Ticket to 911 Memorial & Museum
  • See Ed Sullivan Theatre — home of the David Letterman Show
  • Early morning visit to TODAY Show, Fox & Friends and Good Morning America
  • Tour of the Federal Reserve (Seating very limited and must be requested at the time of booking the trip)
  • Ride the Staten Island Ferry

Optional/Extra:

  • Ticket to the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum ($25)
  • Yankees Game ($75)
  • Yankee Stadium tour ($25)
  • The Broadway Show Wicked ($140)
  • Other Broadway Shows (Various prices)

Tentative Itinerary:

 

Tuesday, July 1st

Fly Omaha to NYC  Lunch in Times Square/Explore  Check in at hotel  Take Subway to Yankee Stadium  Yankees vs. Rays (Optional/$75 Extra) (7:05 start)  Or take in a show/explore Times Square

Wednesday, July 2nd

Early morning visit to TODAY Show and Fox & Friends  Tour Radio City Music Hall  Lunch  On your own tour at Madame Tussuds wax Museum Or Yankees vs. Rays (Optional/$75 Extra) (1:05 start)  Dinner  Broadway Show (Wicked Optional/$140 Extra)

Thursday, July 3rd

Hop on, Hop off bus Downtown tour  10:30am 911 Memorial and Museum  Lunch  On your own tour at Rockefeller Center  Dinner  Night tour  10pm Walk to Empire State Building/Observation Deck

Friday, July 4th

Visit television morning shows (Live shows each Friday morning)  Hop on, Hop off Downtown tour  Statue of Libery/Ellis Island  Lunch  United Nations Tour (Optional/Extra $16)  Dinner  Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks

Saturday, July 5th

Hop on, Hop off Uptown Tour  Yankee Stadium Tour ($25 extra If possible)  or Mike Huckabee Show (If possible)  Broadway Show (Optional/$140 Extra)  Visit Grand Central Station

Sunday, July 6th

On your own tour of Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum (Optional/$25 Extra)  Shuttle to airport Fly home

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

Price: $1,999 per person double; $1,899 per person triple; $1,799 per person quad; $2,599 per person single. (Please add $50 per person if you wish to purchase trip insurance.)

***The entire trip amount is due when booking the trip.
***Trip insurance kicks in if there is illness, injury or death in the family.
***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 to ask questions!

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