Excited for all of our guests to see the additions!
How was your Memorial Day Weekend? Leave us a comment telling us how you honored the men and women who have served. For many, Memorial Day Weekend marks the beginning of Summer-time activities!
Did you know that Disneyland was open for 24 hours between Friday and Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend? Disney Parks threw an all-night party with all of your favorite Princes, Princesses, Heroes, and Villains!
Check out our Disneyland Tours! Or visit www.lassentours.com for all of our tour itineraries! We hope to see you on your next 3-day weekend!
With summer quickly approaching, it is time to start making some plans. Fortunately, Anaheim has plenty of choices, which means that everyone can keep busy this summer in Southern California.
1. Disney California Adventure Park. This lesser known park is part of the Disneyland family, but it is distinctly designed to stand on its own. The rides tend to be more accessible, and there are more options for younger children. Guests particularly rave about Cars Land and Tower of Terror.
2. Downtown Disney. This upscale district features shopping, dining and live entertainment. Visitors love the range of shopping venues, which includes the Lego Store and ESPN Zone. Better still, parking is free, making it easy to come back more than once.
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In South Dakota’s Black Hills, not far from Mount Rushmore, lies Crazy Horse Memorial. This famous sculpture was started in 1948, and is still incomplete. However, if it is ever completed, it may earn the title of the world’s largest sculpture, measuring 641 feet long and over 560 feet high!
Who was Crazy Horse? He was a warrior of the Oglala Lakota tribe, and helped Native American triumph in the Battle of Little Big Horn, arguably the biggest and most important Native American victory over the US in the Great Sioux War of 1876. Our YMR7 Tour makes stops not only at the Crazy Horse Monument, but at the site of Battle of Little Big Horn, also known as Custer’s Last Stand. You can visit the site to learn about Crazy Horse and this famous battle against the United States’ 7th Cavalry.
Today the Little Big Horn Battlefield memorializes the site where this battle, one of the most well-known in America’s history, took place.
Have you ever been to South Dakota’s Black Hills? Tell us about your trip in the comments!
Bryce Canyon National Park is actually less of a canyon than it is a series of natural amphitheaters sunk into pink cliffs and filled with delicate red rock “hoodoos.” Millions of years of wind, water, and geologic forces have shaped and etched the surreal landscape. The most brilliant hues of the park comes alive with the rising and setting of the sun. Bryce is an unforgettable experience. Located 24 miles southeast of the town of Panguitch, the park is open all year-round and the area is popular with the cross-country skiing and snowshoeing crowd in the winter months. Summertime offers myriad walking and hiking trails along the rim and toward the bottom of the canyon. Many visitors think it’s even better seen from horseback. The 37-mile scenic drive will also get you to key overlooks and vistas, such as Sunrise, Sunset, Rainbow, Yovimpa, and Inspiration Points. The visitor center is…
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Merlot, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel…a day trip to Napa sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Working at Lassen has its perks! The staff recently took a tour to Napa, California for a day of wine-tasting, sight-seeing, and shopping!
Napa is beautiful, rain or shine. We are so excited to offer our new one-day Napa tours for anyone who is interested in seeing this world-famous wine country! Our tour even stops at the Napa Premium Outlets so you can take advantage of the awesome shopping bargains from your favorite stores! What kind of wine is your favorite?
Have you been to Napa? Let us know what you thought, what wineries and vineyards you visited, and what your favorite wine was!