The Washington Times-Herald

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October 26, 2013

Tri-Cap ready for a great trip to D.C.

TRI-CAP RSVP is sponsoring a Washington D.C., trip through Diamond Tours, Inc. from April 3-8, 2014. The spacious, video and restroom equipped motorcoach will leave from the Jasper Kmart area on Third Avenue on Thursday, April 3, for a six day, five night trip to view the inspiring sights of our nation’s capital during the season of the cherry blossoms.

The $539 price per person is based on double occupancy and will include five nights of lodging, eight meals (five breakfasts and three dinners), one evening and two full-day guided tours of Washington, D.C., will treat you to awe-inspiring sights of the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, the National Archives, Embassy Row, Smithsonian Institution, the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial, Georgetown, Arlington National Cemetery, the Iwo Jima Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial and several other war memorials. On the return leg of the trip, a visit to the historic seaport setting of the Baltimore Inner Harbor will feature world-class shopping, dining, and museums.

Anyone 18 or older is welcome to book this trip. A $75 deposit per person is due upon signing. Personal checks or money orders for the trip should be paid to the order of TRI-CAP RSVP, and sent to P.O. Box 729, Jasper, IN 47547-0729. The final payment is due Jan. 29, 2014. Full refund is guaranteed if cancellation is made by Friday, March 14, 2014. Optional travel insurance may be purchased through Travel Insured International. Please call Becky Beckman at 482-2233, Ext. 112 or email becky@tri-cap.net for detailed trip information, single and triple occupancy prices, and travel insurance information.

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