7-night Rivers of Wine and Culinary Arts Cruise

Cruise Line:
UnCruise Adventures
Ship:
S.S. Legacy
Destination:
Roundtrip Portland
Departure Date:
9/19/2020
Length:
7
Offer ID:
1352829
from
$5395

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Itinerary

Destination
Arrival
Departure
Portland
9/19/2020
9/19/2020

Portland is well known for its cutting edge rock'n'roll, though Shakespeare, Broadway shows, ballerinas, chamber music ensembles and full blown classical orchestrations exist here. Try one of many outdoor activities available year round with views of some of the country's best scenery. Portland has historical and cultural monuments, museums, and historic sites. According to a recent CNN survey, Portland is one of the five most "kid-friendly" cities in the United States. Portland has OMSI (the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), the nations fifth largest science museum, the Oregon Zoo, and the Children's Museum with a strict "please touch" policy. For adventure, head for the indoor North Clackamas Aquatic Park, with its four foot waves and water slides, or visit an old fashioned Oaks Amusement Park, featuring roller coasters, thrill rides, a train, go carts, and bumper cars.

Astoria
9/20/2020
9/20/2020

Astoria is a city of 10,000 people on the Columbia River, just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. It is surrounded by the beauty of the forest, mountains, 3 rivers and the sea. Astoria is part of a nationally significant historic region at the western end of the Lewis & Clark Trail. Astoria is the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies; a place that takes visitors back to simpler times, its architecture dominated by hundreds of Victorian homes clinging to steep wooded hillsides and with a revitalized 1920s era downtown; all set against a backdrop of tremendous natural beauty. Unspoiled and generally uncrowded, Astoria is near several first-class interpretive attractions including Fort Clatsop, the Columbia River Maritime Museum, the Flavel House, Fort Stevens State Park, the Astoria Riverfront Trolley and the Astoria Column. Because of its steep hills and beautiful Victorian homes, Astoria has been called the "Little San Francisco of the Pacific Northwest."

Bonneville Dam
9/21/2020
9/21/2020

No information currently available.

Hood River
9/21/2020
9/21/2020

There is plenty to do around the Port of Hood River Marina in Hood River, Oregon. The waterfront around Hood River offers many activities, including watersports, fishing, dog walking, windsurfing, kiteboarding, kayaking, sailing, and Hood River Yacht Club activities. There is also a grassy landscape and sand for visitors to enjoy, as well as a picnic shelter and the Marina Green, which provides space for larger events.

Burbank, WA
9/22/2020
9/22/2020

No information currently available.

Walla Walla
9/22/2020
9/22/2020

Westward expansion and the gold rush shaped the Washington Territory, and modern Walla Walla's sites offer a perfect sampling of the renown regional wines, art and history of the Pacific Northwest. Visit an old pioneer's settlement at Fort Walla Walla's museum, the Heritage Station Museum for rotating exhibitions, or the Tamastslikt Cultural Institute in nearby Pendleton to learn about the regional native tribes of Washington and Northern Oregon. Lovers of art and theatre will find much to do in Walla Walla, with a local foundry, numerous galleries, and annual summer outdoor symphonies. Other annual festival highlights include the Walla Walla Sweet Onion Blues Fest and the annual Balloon Stampede in May. With 1,500 acres of vineyards in the surrounding countryside, wine-tasting waits as a reprieve from the site-seeing, as does the hiking of nearby trails, exploring the many rivers and lakes, or horseback riding.

Richland
9/23/2020
9/23/2020

No information currently available.

Red Mountain
9/23/2020
9/23/2020

As the center of viticulture in the Yakima Valley, Red Mountain's vast landscape is painted by over 600 acres of vineyards, including Ciel de Cheval, Klipsun, Hedges Vineyard, Kiona Artz and more. Wineries like Soos Creek, L'Ecole, Seven Hills Winery are just a number of the wineries that are tucked away throughout the Red Mountain region. Red Mountain is named for the red grass that grows on its slopes, and is characterized by a low elevation, though it is distinct against the picturesque foothills of the Washington desert landscape. The climate and land have provided ripe ground on which to both grow grapes, produce wine and relax at the multitude of wineries to enjoy it all.

 

The Dalles
9/24/2020
9/24/2020



Located at the northern border of Oregon, on the banks of the Columbian River, The Dalles was a major Native American trading center for thousands of years.  The Fort Dalles Museum, housed in the only remaining building from the mid-19th century military outpost, features a collection of military artifacts, household goods and old medical equipment from the early days of the city. Recreational activities in The Dalles include river rafting, fishing and camping.  Windsurfing is also a very popular pastime in The Dalles and the area has gained a reputation as one of the best places to learn and practice the sport. 


 



 

Maryhill Museum
9/24/2020
9/24/2020

The Mayhill Museum in Washington overlooks the picturesque Columbia River Gorge, and is one of the most fascinating cultural institutions in the Pacific Northwest. The museum hold more than eighty sculptures and a lovely collection of French art pieces. The area around the museum is beautifully scenic and visitors can explore, historic sites, hiking trails, and wineries.


Portland
9/25/2020
9/25/2020

Portland is well known for its cutting edge rock'n'roll, though Shakespeare, Broadway shows, ballerinas, chamber music ensembles and full blown classical orchestrations exist here. Try one of many outdoor activities available year round with views of some of the country's best scenery. Portland has historical and cultural monuments, museums, and historic sites. According to a recent CNN survey, Portland is one of the five most "kid-friendly" cities in the United States. Portland has OMSI (the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), the nations fifth largest science museum, the Oregon Zoo, and the Children's Museum with a strict "please touch" policy. For adventure, head for the indoor North Clackamas Aquatic Park, with its four foot waves and water slides, or visit an old fashioned Oaks Amusement Park, featuring roller coasters, thrill rides, a train, go carts, and bumper cars.

Willamette Valley
9/25/2020
9/25/2020

No information currently available.

Portland
9/26/2020
9/26/2020

Portland is well known for its cutting edge rock'n'roll, though Shakespeare, Broadway shows, ballerinas, chamber music ensembles and full blown classical orchestrations exist here. Try one of many outdoor activities available year round with views of some of the country's best scenery. Portland has historical and cultural monuments, museums, and historic sites. According to a recent CNN survey, Portland is one of the five most "kid-friendly" cities in the United States. Portland has OMSI (the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry), the nations fifth largest science museum, the Oregon Zoo, and the Children's Museum with a strict "please touch" policy. For adventure, head for the indoor North Clackamas Aquatic Park, with its four foot waves and water slides, or visit an old fashioned Oaks Amusement Park, featuring roller coasters, thrill rides, a train, go carts, and bumper cars.

Itinerary subject to change without notice. Please confirm itinerary at time of booking.

Departure Date:
9/19/2020
Number of Nights
7
Cruise Inclusions:
  • Onboard sommelier and farm to table culinary demos
  • Winery tours in Washington and Oregon AVAs: Columbia Gorge, Walla Walla, Red Mountain, Willamette Valley
  • Cruise through the heart of the Columbia River Gorge
  • Wine, craft brews, kombucha, and cider tastings
  • Wine-pairing lunch and cooking demo at Walter Clore Wine & Culinary Center
  • Food and beverage demo with a local chef in Astoria
  • Local culinary delights at historic Gesa Power House Theater
  • Rodin sculptures, European paintings, Native artifacts, and Northwest art at the Maryhill Museum
Remarks:
Fares are per person double occupancy, in USD. Single fares are "from prices" reflecting the lowest fare available in select cabins. Triple accommodations are available in the Admiral cabins 101 & 102; triple and quadruple accommodations ava

All prices per person and in USD unless otherwise stated.
Offer ID:
1352829

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Company Info

Haynie Travel
641 S. Hebron Ave.
Evansville, IN 47714
812-477-8833
800-422-0335