Antarctica & Arctic
From sophisticated Dallas to historic San Antonio and finishing up in vibrant New Orleans, this rail journey takes in three of the most authentic and exciting cities of the American South.
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Seven nights accommodation, meals as indicated and sightseeing and rail travel as specified.
Selected Dates, 06 Apr '18 - 29 Mar '19
Explore the highlights of sophisticated Dallas and historic San Antonio, enjoy a jazz brunch at the Court of Two Sisters in New Orleans and experience the bayou by boat as you travel through Jean Lafitte National Historical Park, looking out for alligators.
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Bayou and swamp tour in New Orleans
Texas Ranger Museum
Visit the Alamo
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Arrive in the ‘Lone Star’ State.
Visit the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, from where Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President Kennedy in 1963.
Enjoy the colourful desert landscapes as you head south on the Texas Eagle train.
Visit the Alamo, explore Mission San Jose and stroll historic Market Square on your sightseeing tour.
Board the Sunset Limited to travel across the border into Louisiana.
After a jazz brunch at the Court of Two Sisters, absorb the sights and sounds of NOLA on your city tour. (B)
Experience the bayou by boat as you travel through Jean Lafitte National Historical Park. Look out for alligators!
Your journey ends upon check out.
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