September 10, 2013 – Our journey begins in Baltimore, MD as we meet up at the Holiday Inn Inner Harbor hotel located just steps away from mesmerizing Camden Yards. You won’t find a better hotel location for a trip to Camden Yards and the wonderful Inner Harbor area of downtown Baltimore. We will have plenty of time to grab a bite to eat along Eutaw Street just in front of the B&O Warehouse, before we head inside the ballpark to watch the Yankees take on the Orioles. Catch all of the action from your lower level seats as these two AL East heavyweights battle it out. After the game, you are only minutes away from your hotel and numerous entertainment options along the Baltimore waterfront.
September 11, 2013 – The next morning our group will have the opportunity to explore Camden Yards on a private group tour of the stadium. An Oriole Park Tour Guide will take us to visit the dugouts, press box, scoreboard control room and other areas of this beautiful ballpark that are not normally available to the public. After our tour we will board our deluxe charter bus for a short ride up to Philadelphia. We will take a quick tour through the city before we head out that evening to Citizen’s Bank Ballpark for an evening match-up between the San Diego Padres and the Philadelphia Phillies. Once again, our hotel is within walking distance of the stadium which helps us maximize the time we have to relax at the ballpark.
September 12, 2013 – We start out bright and early as we make the trek up to the Big Apple for a day game between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets at the pristine Citi Field. The sightlines from your lower level seats are among the best in baseball at this gorgeous ballpark and host of the 2013 All Star Game. The Nationals are looking to build upon last season’s playoff berth and this matinee match-up will be a highlight of our baseball tour. After the game we will travel inland towards Albany for a head start on our Hall of Fame day in Cooperstown, NY.
September 13, 2013 – Enjoy the stunning countryside of upstate New York as you relax in comfort aboard our motorcoach as we head out to Cooperstown. Our next destination on this tour is the iconic baseball shrine that every fan needs to visit at least once in their lifetime, the Baseball Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame truly is a one of a kind museum that houses thousands of baseball artifacts, memorabilia, and history from this great sport that we love. We will have all day to explore the three levels of the Hall of Fame. Since there is so much to see and read about, most of our attendees take a mid-day break by grabbing a bite to eat and visiting many of the boutique shops that line the downtown promenade. After lunch, head back to the Hall of Fame to finish up with any areas that you may have missed or wanted to study more in depth. In the late afternoon, we will head back to our same hotel in Albany from the previous evening.
September 14, 2013 – Today is a big day as we make our way in to Boston for one of the biggest rivalries in all of sports as the Yankees visit Fenway to take on the Red Sox. We will arrive early in order to take in all of the atmosphere that resonates from a Yankees – Red Sox battle. Grab a pint or a bite to eat on Lansdowne Street before we head in to Fenway for this afternoon clash. After the game we are set up in a downtown Boston hotel in order for you to take advantage of all that this great city has to offer.
September 15, 2013 – Our tour is officially over, but the memories of this epic baseball vacation are firmly embedded forever. Four more stadiums have been knocked off your bucket list along with a visit to the hallowed Baseball Hall of Fame. The regular season is nearly complete and October baseball is just around the corner to keep you occupied until Triple Crown Travel releases their 2014 tours.
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