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Donna Hubbs
(860) 243-9458
16 Brooke St
Bloomfield, CT
Agency
D & D Travel Services, LLC
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Destinations
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Specialities
Amusement / Theme Parks, Art & Culture / Music, Barge / Canal / RiverCruises, Cruising / Cruise Lines, Disney, Family Fun, Family Travel, Honeymoon, Luxury Travel, Motorcoach / Bus, Senior / Mature Adult
Website
www.ddtvl.com

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STS of Farmington Inc
(860) 651-3731
Simsbury, CT
 
Harris Reed Travel Service
(860) 673-0058
Avon, CT
 
Jennie Garabedian Travel Service
(860) 674-1964
Farmington, CT
 
D & D Travel Service LLC
(860) 243-9458
Bloomfield, CT
 
Simsbury Travel Service Inc
(860) 651-3731
Simsbury, CT
 
Norman Novonty
(860) 269-7766
32 E Main St
Avon, CT
Agency
Travel Advisors
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Barbara Burati
(860) 676-1141
136 Simsbury Rd
Avon, CT
Agency
Burati Travel, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Dennis Hubbs
(860) 243-9458
16 Brooke St
Bloomfield, CT
Agency
D & D Travel Services, LLC
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.ddtvl.com

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Globe Travel Service
(860) 584-0517
Bristol, CT
 
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400 Years in the New World

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Traveling through modern America, the past is often hidden, masked by strip malls and skyscrapers and suburban sprawl. Our historic roots aren’t as readily apparent as the castles and great stone edifices of our European ancestors. Of more humble origins, our preserved past is often in the form of sod houses, remnants of forts or an imprint of a wagon wheel rut. So many of our early structures were lost to the destructive forces of man and nature. However, restoration and reconstruction projects are continuously going on in cities across the nation to preserve our past for future generations. One of these cities, Jamestown, is celebrating its 400th anniversary this year. The cities showcased here, along with Jamestown, are among the earliest established American settlements. All had a major impact in the colonizations of their states.

Historic Triangle, Virginia

The Historic Triangle is formed by Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown, three cities that were instrumental in our nation’s development, freedom and democracy. This year marks the anniversary of the first permanent English settlement in Jamestown. On May 14, 1607, the ships sent by the Virginia Company of London, the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery, landed at Jamestown Island with 104 men. Decimated by disease, famine and Indian attacks, less than half of them survived the first year. However, with more settlers arriving every year and the establishment of their first cash crop, the tiny settlement began to flourish. More settlements followed and it was in Williamsburg that the seeds of revolution were sown by the intellectual and independent thinkers who flocked to the city. The port city of Yorktown forms the third point of the Historic Triangle, famous for its decisive battle and end to the Revolutionary War.

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of Jamestown there are numerous festivities planned. America’s Anniversary Weekend occurs May 11-13, 2007 with interactive exhibits, dedications, live music and celebrity appearances. The spirit and resolve of our early pioneers will continue to be celebrated throughout the year with signature events, festivals and community programs. Key attractions not to be missed include:

Historic Jamestown. This area is still being discovered through archaeological digs. The newly opened Archaearium showcases these discoveries for the first time, allowing visitors to see the items used in daily life by our first settlers. Visitors can also witness the 1607 James Fort excavation, tour the original 17th-century church tower and watch costumed glassblowers at the Glasshouse.

Jamestown Settlement. View our nation’s beginnings through film, gallery exhibits and living history. Visitors can board replicas of the three ships that landed in Jamestown in 1607, view re-creations of the colonists’ fort and explore a Powhatan village. Costumed historical interpreters describe and demonstrate daily life in the early 17th century. The World of 1607 is a...

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