Good Sam Rallies & Shows

Best of Seattle & Seafair

Start: July 30, 2013
End: August 07, 2013
Type: RV Tours
Location: Seattle, WA
Website: http://fantasyrvtours.com/rallies/seattle/seattle.html
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Event Description

Seattle is known as the Emerald City, no doubt because it is surrounded by perpetually green trees, bushes and lawns. It is also known as the land of espresso and fresh seafood, bicycles, boats and airplanes, lakes and bays and for its annual salute to its heritage, Seafair. While enjoying the local tastes and culture we explore the bays, locks and lakes of the area. Fantasy has reserved seating for the 200 mile per hour Unlimited Hydroplane boat races, shooting their spectacular water plumes, known as “roostertails,” high in the air. Pit Passes are included for a really up close look at these beautiful speedsters. That same day we will see an air show that has it all. The precision flying of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, U.S. Marines flying demonstration including the Harrier jet that defies the laws of physics as it flies backwards and much more! The Pacific Northwest is the second highest wine producing region in the country. You will have a chance to taste a few as we tour the “Eastside” of the area that includes the wineries, Snoqualmie Falls and the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. Fantasy has included all the “can’t miss” wonderful experiences during the Best of Seattle and Seafair Rally.

Disclaimer:

Affinity Group, Inc. (or the specific tour group like the Good Sam Club) is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for our disabled RV tour participants when it is in our control to do so. To assist us in providing this service, we request that you provide us with information concerning any accommodations you will need on the tour at the time of the booking. Please keep in mind that we make arrangements with a number of third party candidates when scheduling events and will need advance notice as soon as possible in order to accommodate special needs. Please remember that at many tour destinations, the accommodations are temporary in nature and may not have all the conveniences. Many events may include considerable walking and may not be comfortable for all participants. Facilities, such as seating for the disabled at special events, may not always be positioned with the rest of the group depending on access. We invite you to ask questions regarding tours in order to determine if the tours will meet your needs.