2 days/1night, San Francisco/Los Angeles
San Francisco-Monterey-Carmel-Pismo Beach-Santa Barbara-Los Angeles
2018 depart: Dec 4, 18.
2019 depart Tues: Jan 1, 22. Feb 12. Mar 12, 26. Apr 23. May 07, 14, 28. Jun 04, 18, 25. Jul 02, 16, 23. 30. Aug 13, 20. Sep 03, 10, 24. Oct 01, 08, 22. Nov 05, 26. Dec 17, 31.
Single supplement on request
day 01 San Francisco-Monterey-Carmel-Pismo Beach
Depart San Francisco this morning for the drive to the Monterey Peninsula, known for its magnificent homes and lovely beaches.
In Monterey, visit Fisherman’s Wharf and famous Cannery Row. Then tour charming Carmelby- the-Sea, noted for its quaint houses, upscale art galleries and unique stores. In the afternoon your tour continues through Paso Robles, home of fine wineries. Overnight in a quaint Central California Coastal town.
day 02 Central Coast-Santa Barbara-Malibu-Beverly Hills-Los Angeles
Journey south through the Santa Ynez Valley into Santa Barbara, where palmlined walkways border white sandy beaches. See an iconic California lifeguard tower as made famous in “Baywatch”. Upon arrival in Los Angeles, you’ll stop in Santa Monica, home to the “Finish Line” of Historic Route 66. Where you may enjoy an optional lunch on the pier or a beach bike ride. Your afternoon tour of “The City of Angels” continues with visits to Beverly Hills and Hollywood before arriving at your hotel. Tour ends upon arrival at hotel at approximately 18:00 hours.
Inclusions: twin share, deluxe coach, tour director, porterage, service charges, taxes.
Sightseeing: Monterey and Carmel sightseeing, Los Angeles city tour.
Hotel: Central Coast- Holiday Inn Expresss Solvang (or similar)
Notes: All bookings are made only on English spoken tour departures, however some tours may be modified to multilingual (2 languages) at short notice. Tours are subject to change without notice pending climatic and local traffic conditions.
Please note: 26 Nov tour is Multilingual only
Optional excursions: “All-American” Picnic at a surprise destination en route.
Optional excursions need to be arranged with the tour director at the start of the tour.