JOSEPH & the PENNSYLVANIA AMISH EXPERIENCE
4 DAYS & 3 NIGHTS
SEP. 28 – OCT. 1, 2015
$549.00 per person / double occupancy
Come along with us as we enjoy another wonderful production at the Sight and Sound Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
See the story of Joseph develop right in front of your eyes as a cast of 45 professional adult and child actors and dozens of live animals on stage and in the aisles along with elaborate staging, beautiful songs and state of the art electronics present this epic story as only Sight and Sound Theatres can do it.
This production will have you laughing, crying and singing as Sight and Sound brings the Bible to life for all of us to enjoy.
While in Lancaster County, we will also enjoy an included Amish dinner at the Good N Plenty Restaurant and a step-on-guided “Back Roads” tour of the area
around Lancaster County to meet some of the local Amish and experience their unique life style.
We love visiting Scotland, so we thought you might enjoy seeing what awaits you in that beautiful land: here are some pictures of the country there.
In preparation for our trip to Scotland this year, once again, another classic of that beautiful land:
Here is a lovely sampling of one stop in our Antebellum Christmas Tour in 2014, The Blue Willow Inn:
Since we love to visit Scotland, we thought you might enjoy some examples of one of its most popular hymns ,so to speak:
Here is a short video about one of our favorite spots to visit, a brief history and some great scenes to enjoy:
As we travel around the country and make new traveling friends, one of the great benefits of the business is getting to share our journeys and make new memories with our new friends.
We find that we create a new community every time we take a trip, and that we learn a little more about what makes friendship so valuable. So much of modern life is tedious and unpleasant, and to be able to make our way by gaining new friends has to be the best part of our business. Thanks to all who have joined us on our journeys, and welcome to all of you who will be joining us in the future.
We like to post songs about travel from time to time, and here is a classic:
As we often visit the state of Maine on our Northern journeys, we thought you might like to see this video on one of its most popular sights. You could call this the “Marilyn Monroe” of lighthouses, as it has been photographed more than any other:
Pat of the fun in taking a tour is getting to know the background and history of the places you visit and, sometimes, looking at the lighter side.
Niagara Falls has been the subject of movies and articles, but no offering can match this classic skit by the Three Stooges: