Super Baseball Getaway
Super Baseball Getaway

08/02/2013 - 08/06/2013

This is a 5-day, 4-night Super Baseball Getaway that takes you to Minneapolis to see the Twins, to Milwaukee to see the Brewers and Chicago to see the Cubs & White Sox!

The itinerary:
Friday, August 2nd:
Travel to Minneapolis for Twins vs. Astros 7:10pm
Stay at Marriott Hotel
Saturday, August 3rd: Travel to Milwaukee for Brewers vs. Nationals 6:10pm
Stay at Marriott Hotel
Sunday, August 4th: Travel to Chicago for Cubs vs. Dodgers 1:20pm
Dinner at Navy Pier
Night Boat Cruise through downtown Chicago
Stay at Marriott Hotel
Monday, August 5th: Tour Chicago, visit Willis (Sear) Tower
White Sox vs. Yankees 7:10pm
Tuesday, August 6th: Travel Day

Motorcoach transportation
4 nights stay
Tickets to all four games
Ticket for night cruise
Ticket for Willis Tower
Step-on Guide for tour of Chicago

$699 per person double; $649 per person triple; $629 per person quad; $859 per person single.

If you have questions or would like to book the trip, call 800-843-0089 or 605-857-0753 or email!

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