the Big Bus Trip 2000 to New Orleans

the Big Bus Trip 2000
to New Orleans

This year, our Optional Add-on is something
very special!

We've always made a point of providing an optional Add-On for travellers after Fan Fair where we could take advantage of group rates. With a number of past travellers expected to join us again in 2000 we’ve come up with a real treat for the 2000 tour. Previously we’ve been to Dollywood, Las Vegas, Dallas-Ft Worth, Los Angeles and New Orleans and after surveying all our past travellers and pooling their most requested destinations, we’ve come up with the BBT or Big Bus Trip.


Day 1. Saturday, after Fan Fair is over, we board our coach and head south out of Nashville. We visit the headquarters for the group Alabama in Ft Payne Alabama before travelling on to Montgomery, where Rosie is threatening to lead a torch light parade to spend Midnight In Montgomery by Hank Williams’ grave.

Vicksburg war memorialDay 2. After a visit to Hank’s new museum we travel across Alabama onto Meridian Mississippi where Jimmie Rodgers was born, visiting his museum. That afternoon we move onto to Vicksburg, the scene of the longest and one of the bloodiest campaigns of the American Civil War, visiting the battlefields the next morning.

De La Poste courtyardDay 3. Today we travel down the Natchez Trace to New Orleans, maybe stopping in Natchez, and Baton Rouge along the way. Tonight you can hit the nightspots for some Cajun, Zydeco or Dixiland Jazz , or explore the cajun and seafood restaurants, and sample a real Jambalaya or Gumbo. We stay at the Hotel De La Poste right in the French Quarter of New Orleans, and only a block or two from Bourbon Street and Jackson Square.

Anti Bellum homeDay 4. We visit the Plantation homes around the levee’s of New Orleans. At night, explore the delights of the French Quarter restaurants and night spots. The world famous Cafe Du Monde, Antoines, K-Paul’s or just a quiet walk along the river bank of the Mississippi.

lunch at the Gumbo ShopDay 5. At leisure. Breakfast on beignets and cafe-au-lait (after all they invented them). Take an optional Swamp tour, learn the fascinating history of this crossroads city, about the Battle of New Orleans, the pirates of the caribbean, the Voodoo tales or enjoy listening to all the different music the Crescent City has to offer.

Day 6. Thursday we fly out to Los Angeles and home, or on to other private touring.

Twin share is just $800 extra to your tour price and includes.

All coach travel in air-conditioned first class coach from Nashville to New Orleans
Services of local guide Nashville to New Orleans
All breakfasts along the way and in New Orleans
Hotel accommodation with private facilities
French Quarter European style hotel in New Orleans
Admissions to Alabama, Hank Williams and Jimmie Rodgers museums
Tour of the Civil War battlefields in Vicksburg Missippippi
transfers to the airport in New Orleans

Private touring

As this will be the trip of a lifetime for many travellers, you may wish to stay on in America for some further private touring. If you want any form of additional touring, ask us and we’ll be pleased to help arrange it for you if we can.

Travel with the folks who know Country Music and know Nashville!

Travelworld Group Travel SpecialistsTravel arranged by TRAVELWORLD
Lisc No TAG 343
call  Ruth Carlton
or Anna Manson
on 1800 065 152 or in Brisbane phone 3844 4999

To the Country Music Store Home Page
For full details and enquiries call
Ron or Rosie Adsett at
the Country Music Store
phone 07 3221 3000 or fax 07 3221 3983

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