BRITAIN AND IRELAND
The Isles of Scilly
Known as the Caribbean of England and where time has stood still. Located off the SW tip of Cornwall England you can be taken by plane, helicopter or ferry to the main island of St Mary’s. The islands are brushed by warm waters of the Gulf Stream and maintains higher ambient temperatures that support sub-tropical plants and sea creatures that are not seen anywhere else in England.
Isle of Wight
In Victorian times the Isle of Wight was one of the most popular places to visit for a holiday break. The island remains popular to this present day, particularly with steam train enthusiasts, Horse enthusiasts and Royalty. Osborne House was built between 1845 and 1861 for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as a summer home and rural retreat. The house and gardens are open to the public. A MUST to visit while on the island.
The Channel Isles
A group of islands located close to the Normandy coast of France. Known by many for the German occupation of WWII. The islanders have maintained the history which can be visited in places such as the underground tunnels and hospital and today, the Islands gives warm hospitality with breathtaking scenery, sandy beaches, and warm weather.
Tour of the Cotswold
10 – day package
June 11, 2020 and August 27, 2020
Download the brochure below or call Barry Devo at 330 284 4709 (ET) for a mailed copy
Ireland’s Ancient history with gracious mansions set in lush valleys and bogs that harbor secrets of Iron Age Ireland. Trace Ireland’s maritime history along a coastline with Titanic connections, walk with the Vikings through one of Ireland’s oldest cities and encounter the world of Stone Age man. A trip around Ireland’s Ancient East brings history to life.
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