Journey With Us

MAY 16-20, 2017

Visit Kentucky's Bluegrass region and you'll quickly recognize its affection for thoroughbred horses. Visit Lexington and the miles of equestrian fences and fields of grazing horses to the farms of the majestic racing horses. See where scenes from Secretariat and Seabiscuit were filmed. Visit Louisville's Churchill Downs Racetrack and Museum, home of the Kentucky Derby, and view the giant baseball bat outside the Slugger Museum in downtown Louisville.

Enjoy an unforgettable lunch cruise on the Belle of Louisville, America's last true steamboat from the Mississippi River still in operation.

Scots have their Scotch; Russians have their Vodka; and corn-based Bourbon whiskey is distinctive to the US. Whiskey has been distilled, aged and bottled in Kentucky for centuries. Learn more about Bourbon's unique history during a tour and tasting at one of the oldest and famous distilleries along the Bourbon Trail.

Author and Trappist Monk, Thomas Merton, was a member of the Cistercian Order of Trappist Monks at Gethsemani Abbey, where the contemplative monks devote their lives to prayer and work. Trappist cheese, dark chocolate bourbon fudge, and bourbon fruit cake are just a few of the items sold in the monastery gift shop. A delicious and divine stop along the way.

Spend four nights at the historic Boone Tavern Hotel & Restaurant in Berea. Known for its southern hospitality and charm, it is a certified Green Hotel and is committed to sustainability and conservation. Berea is the home of Berea College, the first interracial and coeducational college in the South, and home to a thriving population of artists, designers, potters, weavers, musicians, and furniture makers. For a culturally rich retail experience, you're sure to enjoy the impressive Kentucky Artisan Center in the historic old town of Berea.

Tour includes roundtrip air from Milwaukee, 4 nights accommodations, hearty breakfast daily, two dinners, Kentucky Derby Museum, luncheon cruise, and all sightseeing with private transportation and guides. Organized by Charlene and Oswald Lettrari, Sunflower Journeys, PO Box 320231, Franklin, WI 53132-0231, 414.761.5848.

TOUR COST: $2,269 per person per room (sharing) DEPOSIT: $200 per person Single Room: $349 (additional)

Not Included: Airline fee for checked bag, tips to Guides, personal expenses at hotel such as food or beverages not stated as included.

$100 off tour price for deposits received before 11/23/16 $50 discount after 11/23

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