Say Farewell to Yankee Stadium on Roadtrips' Baseball Hall of Fame Tour
WINNIPEG, Feb. 27 /CNW/ - There's something magical about a night at the
ballpark, where heroes present play alongside the memories of heroes past. The
2008 Roadtrips' Multi-City Hall of Fame Baseball Tour provides the perfect
baseball vacation with its mix of history with visits to memorable ball parks,
and current glory with games between American and National League champions
Roadtrips' ever-popular Baseball Hall of Fame Multi-City Tour is back for
another season. "Our baseball multi-city tours are a great way to see great
ballparks like Fenway Park and Yankee Stadium, plus visit Cooperstown on the
same trip," said Dave Guenther, Roadtrips' President. "With this being the
last year for Yankee Stadium, one last trip to the House that Ruth built makes
this year's Hall of Fame tour extra special."
With stops in Boston, Philadelphia, New York at both Shea and Yankee
Stadium, and a visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, Roadtrips'
Baseball Hall of Fame tour runs from July 26-30, 2008. This fully-escorted
tour includes first class accommodations, premium tickets, luxury motor coach
transportation, an annual membership and gift package from the Baseball Hall
of Fame, and a behind-the-scenes tour of Fenway Park.
Baseball fans will see the Atlanta Braves play the Philadelphia Phillies,
the St. Louis Cardinals take on the New York Mets, the Baltimore Orioles
versus the New York Yankees, and finally, the Los Angeles Angels against the
Boston Red Sox, the defending World Series champions. Additional games and
seating upgrades are also available.
Land cost for the tour is $1,695 double or triple occupancy and
$2,285 for singles. Options for extra nights and extra games are available.
For more information call 1-800-465-1765 or visit www.roadtrips.com/baseball.
A recognized leader in the sports travel industry, Roadtrips has been
creating memorable experiences to exciting sporting events and games for over
16 years. Roadtrips offers a wide variety of baseball tours, including trips
to the MLB All-Star Game, the World Series and Multi-City Tours. For more
information call 1-800-465-1765 or visitwww.roadtrips.com/baseball.
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