It is the people of America that have made her great and their lives and efforts to provide for families offer hundreds of stories, join us as we explore a few of those.
Shop on the Magnificent Mile, marvel at Chicago’s bold architecture during a Boat Cruise, enjoy Navy Pier and the thrills on Lake Michigan. You will also be transported back to a 1920’s Chicago speakeasy filled with gangsters, flappers, and fun a Tommy Gun’s Garage Dinner Show.
This short four day features St Louis, as the largest city on Route 66 between Los Angeles and Chicago. You’ll spend a day with sights to the north and another day touring the south, you learn of history and life on what Steinbeck called “The Mother Road” in his vivid portrait, The Grapes of Wrath. You hear about Americana, family vacations, early tourist marketing as tap your toes to Nat King Cole’s “Won’t you get hip, to this timely tip, Get your kicks on Route 66..”