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JUL-AUG 2017

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TRAVEL LE ADER T H E 1 7 GROUP • DORCHESTER ACADEMY • DUNHAM FARMS • DEPART FOR SAVANNAH • LUNCH AT THE PIRATE'S HOUSE RESTAURANT • OLD SAVANNAH TOURS • AMERICAN PROHIBITION MUSEUM • GEORGIA QUEEN DINNER CRUISE The second day of the FAM began with more exploration in Liberty County. The group started the morning at the Dorchester Academy, a school established after the Civil War to educate freed slaves. It later served as a retreat for Martin Luther King Jr. Next, participants enjoyed a lovely tea and tour at Dunham Farms. From there, the group returned to Savannah and enjoyed lunch at the iconic Pirate's House Restaurant. Then they boarded a trolley for a wonderful tour of Savannah's garden squares and popular filming locations, and enjoyed a sneak-peak tour of the new American Prohibition Museum before it opened. The day ended with a dinner-and-dancing cruise aboard the Georgia Queen. 2 Day DUNHAM FARMS BELOW: SAVANNAH'S FORSYTHE PARK Macon is a go-to destination this fall. Festivals, celebrations, and ongoing events are taking place throughout the season. Book your group trip and join us. We can't wait to share a piece of our heritage with you. 800.768.3401 | VisitMacon.org Cherry Street DESTINATION: DESTINATION: SOUL.

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