Elitist Universities Will No Longer Teach American History, but We Can!

Ivy League universities on the East Coast have announced they will no longer require American History classes for students to graduate. The professors contend American college students need more World history than American history. Their global careers will require it. Costly American universities say they can attract more foreign students too, who will pay higher prices for an education, if they are taught World history above American history. In fact, George Washington University in D.C. will no longer require American history be learned at all, even though it's named for our nation's First Founding Father. GW wants to have more foreign students enrolled. Foreign students can graduate from GW without understanding clearly who George Washington was and what he did. In response to elitist universities saying they will no longer promote American History the Fun & Fitness Travel Club is offering a "land cruise" through Washington, D.C. in July 2017. It will stop at the most famous places in our nation's Capital for 4 Days and 3 Nights. This package celebrates America's history at a cost of $810 per person based on double occupancy. July is prime time in Washington, D.C. Hence, the tour group is limited to 40 guests. The club's private bus and hotel rooms can accommodate exactly 40 guests for this private tour. Book today. Tour package details, an order form and reservation instructions are below. If you love American History and want a refresher course, this tour is for you!

 
4 Days / 3 Nights American History Tour in Washington D.C

800-955-9942 or 703-827-0414

Sunday • 7/9/2017

 

Fly to Washington, D.C. on your own any time on Sunday to celebrate with dinner and fireworks the 267th birthday of Alexandria, VA. Fireworks on the Potomac River this night are as spectacular as the National fireworks in D.C. on July 4th. Our boutique Marriott Hotel is in Olde Town Alexandria. Hotel rate includes round trip shuttle service to Reagan National Airport. SouthWest Airlines flies daily into the Reagan National Airport.

Tour group will walk together to the Charter House Cafe only two blocks from the hotel to enjoy dinner at 7 PM and then watch together Alexandria's spectacular fireworks at 9 PM over the world famous Potomac River. An Awesome Event! The families of Washington, Fairfax and Alexander were all related. They were all financially and politically successful at their time in America.

 

Monday • 7/10/2017

7:30 AM join in water aerobics in hotel's indoor, heated pool. Breakfast on your own after class in hotel restaurant.

9:30 AM Board chartered bus to tour home of President George Washington at Mt. Vernon. Entrance fee is included. Learn how George Washington made his living by selling whiskey and tobacco. He and his wife Martha are buried at Mt. Vernon. Lunch and shop on your own at this world famous farm house, tavern and gardens beside the Potomac River. Return to hotel for free afternoon and/or walk about Olde Town Alexandria where streets are filled with quaint antique shops. Dine on own by 6:00 PM.

6:30 PM Board chartered bus for early evening guided tour of famous Monuments to include the Lincoln, Jefferson and World War II Memorials, the Tidal Basin with its Cherry Blossom Trees, statue of Iwo Jima, Arlington Cemetery, the Vietnam Wall and the Washington Monument. Twilight is prime time to visit monuments in the Nation's Capital during the summer. The weather is cool and traffic is light. You can walk about the various Monuments, or you may remain seated comfortably on the air conditioned bus to see everything too. Tour returns to hotel by 9:30 PM.

 

Tuesday • 7/11/2017

7:30 AM join in water aerobics in hotel's indoor, heated pool. Breakfast is on your own in the hotel restaurant.

9:30 AM board private chartered bus to visit inside famous Smithsonian American History Museum and see Inaugural gowns worn by all of America's First Ladies. Then tour National Archives to view America's original Constitution; followed by a guided bus tour past Capitol Hill, the Library of Congress, Supreme Court and White House. Enjoy lunch on your own in the new Trump Hotel, pass by Ford Theatre and tour inside the Spy Museum with your entrance fee pre-paid. Return to hotel by 4 PM to prepare for dinner at nearby, historical Gadsby's Tavern where Founding Fathers Washington, Jefferson, Adams and Franklin convened to debate, dine and drink as you will too that night. Dinner is on your own. Old English Country (early American) Dance Lessons are included and open for all to join in. Return to hotel by 9:30 PM.

 

Wednesday• 7/12//2017

7:30 AM water aerobics in hotel's indoor, heated pool. Breakfast is on your own in hotel restaurant. 12 Noon is hotel check-out time. Shuttle to Reagan National Airport is included in hotel fare.

 


*Here's How to Reserve your 2017 American History Tour

Mail in this order form today to join America's summer History Tour. Tour is limited to 40 guests. Payment is by check only to avoid additional credit card service fees. Per person cost is $810 based on double occupancy. It includes your hotel, taxes, fees, all guided tours, buses, tour gratuities, site entrance fees, Reagan Airport shuttle and daily water aerobics classes. It does not include air fare or travel insurance, nor meals or drinks. We accept personal checks made out to the Fun & Fitness Travel Club. Checks are deposited when spots are filled. This tour is sold on a first come, first paid basis. No passport is needed, but a state issued driver's license photo ID is required for security purposes to enter various sites in Washington. Tour is limited to members of the Fun & Fitness Travel Club and their traveling companions. You may cancel up to May 1st by paying a $50 cancellation fee. After June 1st no refunds can be issued. Each tour participant must be at least 18 years of age. We are reducing our age limit for this one club event so members may invite their young adult grandchildren to see the nation's Capitol (building with a dome) in the nation's Capital (best) City. Let our American History lessons begin!

This page last updated: February 9, 2017