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Saturday, May 16, 2009

One-Day Tour with One Meal

$119.00 per person

Traveling to Frankenmuth is almost like going to Bavaria with its beautiful buildings, interesting shops and great food. Frankenmuth boasts two miles of shopping, dining and attractions . . . a portion of which you’ll have the opportunity to see today. Located between Flint and Saginaw, Michigan (about an hour north of Detroit), the town was founded in 1845. “Franken” depicts the province from which the fifteen founders came and “Muth” means “courage” in German. Frankenmuth is famous for good food. Two of the country’s largest family restaurants, dating from 1856 and 1888, combine to serve nearly two million dinners each year. We’ll be dining at one of them, the Bavarian Inn, and enjoying their famous chicken dinner. If you’ve never been here before, you are in store for a fabulous feast . . . all the way through to dessert! We’ll be visiting Bronner’s, the world’s largest Christmas Store (located at 25 Christmas Lane), with five acres under roof, the Silent Night Chapel (fashioned after a similar Austrian Chapel), Rau’s Country Store, a bake shop and many other unique establishments along Main Street. You’ll long remember this visit to such a quaint town!

Morning departures from Willoughby, Highland Hts, Bedford Hts,
Independence, Middleburg Hts, No.Olmsted, Elyria, Sandusky
Stops will be made only at locations with passenger sign-ups.