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    Rev James - Steps of Paul with Cruise

    ***$100 Early Bird Discount for all deposits received anytime before Aug 16, 2016. If that date is missed deposits received before Nov 16, 2016 will receive a $50 discount.

    Included in Price (based on double occupancy):

  • Round trip air from New York
  • Fuel surcharges
  • Airport taxes (subject to change)
  • Accommodations: Superior class tourist hotels
  • Meals: Breakfast and Dinner daily
  • All Meals on the Cruise
  • Sightseeing: and entrance fees as per itinerary
  • Tipping on cruise only
  • Other Inclusions: Airport-hotel transfers, hotel taxes, Port taxes, baggage handling, Touring by Private Air Conditioned Motor coach, Services of a Professional Tour Escort
  • Not included:

  • Optional insurance (recommended)
  • Additional $150 for outside cabin on cruise portion
  • Single supplement ($825) for outside cabin
  • Single supplement ($725) for inside cabin
  • Tipping on land portion
  • Contact information:

    Father Darryl F. James, Historic Grace Episcopal Church, Tel. 718-291-4901



    Day 1 - NEW YORK

    We depart from our local International Airport for our journey to Greece. Dinner and breakfast will be served on flight.


    We arrive in Thessaloniki, a city that is over 2300 years old. It was built in 316 BC by Kassandros, the Macedonian King, and was named after his wife. Later flourishing under the Byzantine Empire, it was here that Paul wrote his letter to the Thessalonians. Our tour includes the Roman Market, theatre and baths, Arch of Galerius, the City walls, Chain Tower and Citadel. We also stop by the white tower, Byzantine churches, the cave and well of the Apostle Paul, House of Jason, Monastery of Vlatadon, Aristotle's Square, and statue of Alexander the Great. Dinner and overnight in Thessaloniki. (D)


    Today we visit the beautiful town of Kavala, known as Neapolis in the days of Paul (Acts 16 - 11). From here we continue to the site of ancient Philippi, where Paul wrote the letter to the Philippians, started to preach the word of God to the nations, and baptized the first Christian on European soil. We see the Baptistry of Lydia, the ancient theater and visit the place where Paul was flogged and imprisoned. Dinner and overnight in Thessaloniki. (B,D)


    We drive to Veria (ancient Berea), where the Christian congregations were devoted to Paul's works. We stop for a visit at the monument dedicated to the Apostle. Then we continue to Kalambaka to visit the famous monasteries perched atop soaring cliffs. Gigantic rocks have been etched by time into a variety of shapes rooted deeply in the ground. The Monasteries with their wooden galleries and corniced rooftops hang precariously over the breath-taking abysses, with the Pindus range at their back. We return to Kalambaka, for dinner and overnight. (B,D)

    DAY 5 - ATHENS

    After breakfast we depart, through the mountainous Greek countryside arriving in Delphi, the center of the ancient world - the “Omphalos” (“Naval - of the Earth”) whose prestige extended far beyond the boundaries of the Hellenic universe. On the slopes of Mount Parnassus, a landscape of unparalleled beauty and majesty lay the ruins of the Sanctuary of Apollo Pythios. Visit the treasury of the Athenians, the temple of Apollo and the museum containing such masterpieces of ancient Greek sculpture as the bronze Charioteer and the famous athlete Agias. Continue to Athens for dinner and over-night. (B,D)

    DAY 6 - ATHENS

    City sightseeing includes a visit to the world renowned Acropolis, with the ruins of the Parthenon, Erechtheum and Propylaea. Then, we ascend Mars Hill, where Paul preached (Acts 17:16, 22). Also, view the Agora (ancient market place, and former center of Athenian public life), the House of Parliament, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Presidential Palace. We then depart for Corinth with a brief stop at the Corinth Canal, which separates Peloponnese from the Greek mainland and connects the two seas (Ionian and Aegean). We arrive in Corinth and visiting the site that was home for St Paul for eighteen months. We visit the Archaeological Museum, the Bema, the Market Place and the Temples. From the Bema at Corinth, Paul spoke to the Corinthians about our Lord and Savior Christ. Return to Athens for dinner and overnight at our hotel. (B,D)


    Day 7 - MYKONOS

    Transfer to the port of Piraeus for embarkation on our cruise ship. Enjoy the many shipboard activities or just relax while sailing to the Island of Mykonos with its jet-set atmosphere, whitewashed buildings, sidewalk cafes, 360 churches and chic shops. Here we will see the Archaeological Museum and Temples. (B, L, D)


    This morning we arrive in Ephesus to visit the “Seven Wonder of the Ancient World” It is here Paul spent many years and wrote his Letter to the Ephesians. Then sail to the island of Patmos and visit the Monastery and the Grotto of St. John the Divine. It is here John wrote the Book of Revelation. (B,L,D)


    We arrive in Crete where Paul and Titus visited in support of the Early Church. We will have time to visit the fantastic ruins before sailing to Santorini one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. There will be time to walk the cobble streets. (B,L,D)

    Day 10 - ATHENS

    Today we disembark and are transferred to the airport for our flight home. Arrival the same day. (B)

    * (B,L,D) = Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Rev James - Steps of Paul with Cruise 
    2017 Dates & PricesLand OnlyAir & Land
    May 06$N/A$N/A

    * Not Included:
    Optional tours and gratuities.

    Additional Information: Airline taxes and fuel surcharges are included in the package price and are subject to change until time of ticketing.

    Entry Requirements:
    US citizens require a passport valid for six months beyond travel dates.


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