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"Wee Colonial Visit" Links

Colonial Inn

A Wee Fall Cruise Home Page


"Wee Colonial Visit" Home Page


Colonial Inn Packages


Wee Forest Folk's "Factory Tour"


A Page of information  and links to "Shore Excursions" for Cruise



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Liberty Ride



Orchard House

Visit the historic home of the extraordinary
 Alcott family, where Louisa May Alcott
 wrote and set Little Women!
Also home to "Exclusive" WFF Figurines

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Louisa May Alcott's
 Orchard House



The Old Manse

Next to the "Old North Bridge" were the "Shot that was heard around the World" was fired 235 years ago! Also home to "Exclusive" WFF Figurines

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The Old Manse


Riding in Style!

Boston Commons, Newberry Street & Airport Transfer for Late Departures


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Rod Hunt

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A "Wee Colonial Visit" - Extras!

You will love this area! Full of history and beautiful, a perfect setting for a "Wee Colonial Visit", maybe that's where the theme comes from!

If you have never been to this part of the world do yourself a favor and plan extra day or two, you won't regret it! Do you know your "American Revolutionary" history? Well if you don't know any of  it now, I can guarantee you will before you leave!

Here's a few "add on" options you may want to consider

All of these options below will be available for you to reserve through or you can "pay as you go".

Here's a fun way to spend a day!

I have discovered a great way for you to get around, hear some of this history and visit some of the highlights in the Concord and Lexington  area, home to the "Shot that was heard around the World" on April 19th, 1775 a mere 235 years ago! Meet the "Liberty Ride Trolley"! For just a $25 add on fee you can hope onboard the Liberty Ride right outside the Colonial Inn and ride it to Lexington where you can get off, spend 1.5 to 3 hours exploring the historical sights, shop and maybe have a little lunch. Hop back on and go to the the next stop, get off if you want to continue to down the line. The Liberty Ride makes 3 loops from Lexington each day, so just make sure you catch the last loop back to the Inn! For more details for  the route, stops and benefit of this optional "add on" use this link. Liberty Ride

Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House

Orchard House is one of the oldest, most authentically-preserved historic house museums in America, and brings the Alcott legacy in the fields of literature, art, education, philosophy, and social justice to life every day through highly acclaimed tours, unique living history events, curriculum-based educational programs, and irreplaceable original family furnishings and archives. You can visit this house on the Liberty Ride or we can arrange a group to visit and do a house tour for $8 per person. Not only is this aa historic house but it also is home to Annette's "Scrabble" series of WFF. If you are not aware of these pieces check out at this link! Click Here! For more details on this optional "add on" use this link,
 Orchard House

The Old Manse

A stop here and you can experience the site of two American revolutions. The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired nearby, just across the "North Bridge", and less than a century later, Emerson, Hawthorne, and Thoreau spawned a revolution in American philosophy from here. You can visit this stop on the Liberty Ride or we can arrange a group to visit and do a house tour for $9 per person. Not only is this loaded in history, but it also is home to a few more of Annette's special WFF figures. Small World Collectibles show these on their website you can see them by using this link, Click Here!  For more details information on this optional "add on" use this link below,

The Old Manse

Boston Commons & Newbury Street

For those of you leaving Logan Airport at 5:00 pm or later we are arranging to have a optional way to see a little of the beautiful city of Boston. We will be picked up at the pier and spend the day cruising around Boston while our luggage being secure with the bus. Boston Commons is a very nice park with lots of options to visit, including the original site for "Cheers", otherwise know as the Bull and Finch Pub next to Boston Commons.

Beside the "Commons" history and scenic value and greatt area we'll visit  is  "Newbury Street"

Newbury Street is the place to go in Boston to shop. Eight blocks of great people watching. Designer shops, sidewalk cafes, florists, galleries of art and great restaurants. Be sure to check out the Street Mural at the corner on Dartmouth. Visit the web site above for a complete list of shopping and galleries. This "add on" has not yet been priced but should be around $35.00 per person and most of that cost is already covered in the "package price" that includes transfer.








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Cruise ship Fun!

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Okay ladies, grab the guy and get them out on this dance floor in the

 "Safari Club"

Enjoy a little gambling? The "Casino Royale" is a full service casino and operates when the ship is "out to sea", which is always overnight!

I do believe what we have here is one of the only "self-leveling" pool table on any cruise line!

Looking down on the "Stairway to Heaven" The Centrum - 61535 S. Hwy 97 #6 - Bend, Or. 97702

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