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Mississippi's Gulf Coast featuring Biloxi, New Orleans, and Atlanta

Beau Rivage - Photo Credit Andy Anderson
Beau Rivage - Photo Credit Andy Anderson Little White House - Photo by Jim Clark New Orleans French Quarter

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Mon – Fri, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM EST

Take everything you would expect at a beachfront destination, add historic attractions, beautiful towns, delicious cuisine, and mix in a heaping spoonful of Southern hospitality. Now that's a recipe for fun!


8 Days/7 Nights

Meals Included:

7 Breakfasts, 1 Brunch, 1 Dinner


$1,089.95 Per Person

NOTE: Itinerary subject to change

Day 1:
Travel to Fayetteville, NC
Lunch on own en route
One overnight at Fairfield Inn
Dinner on own

Day 2:
Breakfast at hotel
Check out
Travel to Atlanta, GA
Lunch on own en route
One overnight at Drury Inn Atlanta South
Dinner on own

Day 3:
Breakfast at hotel
Check out
Travel to Warm Springs, GA
Admission to the Little White House
Travel to Biloxi, MS
(Note: Time change to Central Time/one hour behind)
Lunch on own en route
Three overnights at Beau Rivage Resort
Dinner on own

Day 4:
Breakfast voucher at Beau Rivage
Biloxi Historical Sightseeing Tour
Biloxi Shrimping trip/70 Minute Marine Adventure Cruise aboard the "Sailfish"
Lunch on own
Admission and guided tour of Beauvoir
Dinner buffet voucher at Beau Rivage

Day 5:
Breakfast voucher at Beau Rivage
Travel to New Orleans, LA
Guided Sightseeing tour of New Orleans
Jazz Brunch Buffet at the Court of Two Sisters Restaurant
Free time on own to explore the French Quarter
Return to hotel
Dinner on own

Day 6:
Breakfast voucher at Beau Rivage
Check out
Travel to Theodore, AL
Admission to Bellingrath Gardens & Home
Travel to Atlanta, GA
Lunch on own
Note: Time change to Eastern Standard Time/one hour ahead
One overnight at Drury Inn Atlanta South
Dinner on own

Day 7:
Breakfast at hotel
Check out
Self-Guided Tour of The World of Coca-Cola
Travel to Fayetteville, NC
Lunch on own en route
One overnight at Fairfield Inn
Dinner on own

Day 8:
Breakfast at hotel
Check out
Travel home
Lunch on own en route

Every Starr trip includes deluxe motorcoach transportation and overnight accommodations.
Shrimping Trip Marine Adventure Cruise
Enjoy a 70 Minute Living Marine Adventure Cruise aboard the "Sailfish." See how, why & what is caught on a real shrimp trip!

Upon leaving the harbor, the crew will drop the trawl shrimping net and explain all of the parts and how they operate. Once the net is set, your guide will give you the detailed seafood and maritime history. After 20 minutes, the net is pulled up and dropped on the back deck. Your guide will sort through the catch and explain each species caught and what their purpose is in the Gulf of Mexico. Then some will be placed in an aquarium aboard the boat so that you may get a closer look at them and see them actually swimming as they do in their environment. As for the remaining catch...if your are brave enough, you can feed the pelicans and seagulls who follow the boat each and every day looking for their next meal!

The Sailfish is a double deck boat allowing a view from the top in the open air. Those who prefer may also view the action from the enclosed bottom deck, with windows all around, away from the sun.

NOTE: The boat will not sail if winds are in excess of 20 mph or during rain or inclement weather.

New Orleans Sightseeing Tour
The New Orleans City Tour is a thorough and fascinating introduction to the endless variety of sights found in America's most European city.

Begin with a glimpse of the spectacular Superdome. Then, pass the fringes of the French Quarter before heading down historic Esplanade Avenue where you will see the mansions of Creole merchants nestled among 100-year-old oak trees.

Continue on to St. Louis III Cemetery, often called "the city of the dead" because of its aboveground tombs. See the New Orleans Museum of Art, then proceed towards Lake Pontchartrain and then go through the old town of Carrollton to St. Charles Avenue, following the streetcar route where you'll see Tulane and Loyola Universities, Audubon Park and beautifully restored mansions.

Biloxi Historical Sightseeing Tour
From the comfort of your motorcoach, step back in time aboard this unique tour of Biloxi. Our Guide will take you on a historical journey though Old Town Biloxi and the Hurricane Katrina devastated areas. This narrated tour will bring you to such sights as Biloxi's Visitor Center & Museum, Hurricane Memorials, Biloxi Town Green, and Biloxi Lighthouse.

Bellingrath Home & Gardens
Bellingrath Gardens and Home was the creation of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Bellingrath.

Enjoy a Guided Tour of the Bellingrath Home, built in 1935, complete with its original furnishings and Mrs. Bellingrath's extensive collection of decorative arts.

On your self-guided walking tour of the gardens, enjoy the beautiful Rose Garden, experience the Bayou Boardwalk, marvel at Mirror Lake, behold the Great Lawn, view the Asian-American Gardens, stroll through the Butterfly Garden, observe formal garden terraces and more!

Tour of gardens requires significant walking.

Jazz Brunch Buffet at Court of Two Sisters
A trip to New Orleans would not be complete without enjoying this live Jazz Brunch Buffet served in the French Quarter's largest courtyard.
Enjoy more than 80 different items such as Eggs Benedict and spicy Oysters Bienville all prepared fresh daily.

Named for two sisters, Emma and Bertha Camors, born 1858 and 1860 respectively, who belonged to a proud and aristocratic Creole family. Their "rabais", or notions, outfitted many of the city's finest women with formal gowns, lace, and perfumes imported from Paris.

Men must wear a shirt with sleeves. No tank tops or sleeveless shirts.

**** MENU ****
Soup Du Jour
Turtle Soup au Sherry

Waiter Service or Egg Station
Eggs and Omelets made to order, any style
Their House Specialty - Seafood and Shrimp Creole Omelets
Classic Eggs Benedict

Seafood Station
Unlimited Fresh Boiled Shrimp and Crawfish
Accompanied by Remoulade and Cocktail Sauces

Specialty Salads
A unique selection of salads including: Zesty Cajun Pasta, Creamy Crawfish Pasta, Chicken Salad, Chicken Curry Salad and an assortment of domestic and imported cheeses

Some of their Hot Entree Offerings
Fresh Shrimp in Spicy Etouffee, Duck a l'orange, Crawfish Louise, Creole Jambalaya & a local favorite - Veal Grillades and Gravy with Corn Grits

Desserts & Fresh Fruits
Fresh Cakes, Pies & Sweets baked daily

Coffee, Cafe au Lait, Tea & Juices
(Soda & Alcoholic Beverages are additional)

Beauvoir is the last home of Confederate President Jefferson Davis. The beautifully restored Beauvoir house dominates the sprawling complex that includes antebellum outbuildings, a Civil War museum, a historic cemetery, the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and nature trails.

French Quarter
Enjoy free time in the oldest and most famous neighborhood in the city of New Orleans.

The French Quarter, also known as the Vieux Carre or the "Quarter" to locals, is the city's cultural hub. Intimate and unique, New Orleans' oldest neighborhood has exerted a spell over writers and artists.

French Quarter architecture blends Spanish, French, Creole and American styles together in an idyllic, enchanting setting, but besides its obvious architectural distinction, the Vieux Carre offers visitors a plethora of different experiences.

From antiques and books to clothing and accessories, the French Quarter is full of boutique shopping. Browse the treasure trove at the French Market, now filled with funky shops and art galleries. Stroll down Royal Street for a glimpse at galleries featuring antiques and work by local artists, or meander down Chartres Street for a look at clothing, shoe, and accessory boutiques.

From fine dining to casual local eats, the French Quarter is the best place to sample Creole and Cajun cuisine and truly has something for every taste.

The French Quarter is also home to several historic houses and small museums.

Little White House
The Little White House Historic Site is the cottage where Franklin Delano Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945. It is preserved as it was on the day he died. On display is original furniture, memorabilia, and the portrait Elizabeth Shoumatoff was working on when the President suffered a stroke.

World of Coca-Cola
At World of Coca-Cola, you will experience the world's most famous beverage in a dynamic, multimedia attraction. Get closer than ever before to the vault that houses the secret formula for Coca-Cola. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process. See the world's largest collection of Coke memorabilia and view hundreds of artifacts. Send your taste buds on a trip around the globe as you taste more than 100 beverages.

Accommodations Day 1 & 7: Fairfield Inn, Fayetteville, NC

Conveniently located off of I-95, the Fairfield Inn Fayetteville features an outdoor pool and fitness room.

The hotel offers complimentary continental breakfast each morning. Nearby restaurants include Cracker Barrel and Ruby Tuesday.

Rooms include hair dryer, coffee maker, iron/board, and mini refrigerators.

Cots available upon request

Hotel is 100% Non-Smoking

Accommodations Day 2 & 6: Drury Inn South, Atlanta, GA

The Drury Inn South is located 15 miles from Downtown Atlanta.

The hotel features an indoor/outdoor pool, whirlpool, and exercise room.

Complimentary Breakfast is served each morning.

All guest rooms feature microwave, refrigerator, iron/board, hair dryer, and coffee maker

Enjoy the 5:30 Kickback for free hot food and cold beverages. Our rotating menu features a variety of hot food, including chicken strips, macaroni & cheese, hot dogs, baked potatoes, broccoli cheddar soup and more! Plus, beer, wine, mixed drinks and soft drinks are served everyday.

*NOTE: Itinerary timing may not coincide with the Kickback hours

Guests also enjoy 1 hr. free long distance.

Accommodations Day 3, 4 & 5: Beau Rivage Resort, Biloxi, MS

Enjoy the luxurious waterfront Beau Rivage Resort & Casino located on the Gulf of Mexico in Biloxi, MS.

Extending out over the Mississippi Sound from the second floor deck, the pool features lush tropical landscaping and Romanesque decor. The resort also features a spa (additional charges for services apply) as well as a Fitness Center.

Several restaurant options available range from fine & casual dining to quick bites and an array of bars & lounges.

Guestrooms feature hair dryer, iron/board, and safe. Refrigerators are available for $20 per night. Cots are $20.00 per night.

The Beau Rivage also features 24 hour gaming with slots, poker room, and table games.

-Each guest must present either a credit card or cash deposit of $25 in order to charge incidentals to their room at Beau Rivage.

Court of Two Sisters: Men must wear a shirt with sleeves. No tank tops or sleeveless shirts.

-Bellingrath Gardens - Tour of gardens requires significant walking.

Starr has a select quantity of wheelchair accessible motorcoaches available; therefore, we suggest you contact a Travel Advisor to discuss any needs you may have before reserving your trip.

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