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Two-Steppin’ down the Independence Trail To the
 Spindletop & Gladys City Boomtown Museum in Beaumont &
The Stark Cultural Venues including Shangrila Botanical Gardens, Stark Museum of Art, & Stark Home in Orange, TX
February 6-7, 2015
Visit Shangri La Botanical Gardens & Nature Center, a world-class facility that connects individuals of all ages with nature; rekindle your sense of wonder. A tranquil sanctuary with over 300 types of plants and a wide variety of wildlife, it offers a retreat from the routines of daily life. Visit the Stark Museum of Art and the Stark Home. Attend Guys and Dolls at the Lutcher Theater. For more information go to: www.starkculturalvenues.org.
Explore Spindletop – Gladys City Boomtown Museum - a salt dome about three miles south of Beaumont, Dubbed "The Lucas Gusher," the oil discovery on Spindletop Hill changed the economy of Texas and helped to usher in the petroleum age. For more information go to: www.spindletop.org. 

  Depart 7:00 a.m. from the Belton Park and Ride (Exit 294A off IH 35).
Return to Belton Park and Ride at approximately 10:00 p.m.
$ 399.00 per person double occupancy (Single, triple, and quad occupancy rates upon request)
  Payment deadline: January 6, 2015  
Includes: Transportation, 1 nights lodging, admission and tour fees, Guys and Dolls Musical ticket, 1 breakfast and 1 lunch
Cancellation policy: Full refund prior to January 12, 2015
  Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is  
  not met.








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 Two-Steppin’Down the 
Independence Trail To 
Bayou Bend and the Azalea Trails
Fri, April 17, 2015

Visit the opulent mansion of Miss Ima Hogg, daughter of the first Texas-born Governor, James S. Hogg. Miss Ima Hogg and her brothers, Will and Mike, selected 14 acres of natural woodlands and winding ravines for their home in the newly developed Houston neighborhood of River Oaks. The gardens at Bayou Bend reflect her love of beauty, flowers, and natural woodlands. Miss Hogg created formal gardens that reflect the Country Place era (1880–1920).

While touring the mansion, you will see and learn about Bayou Bend’s rarest and historically most important treasures, as well as unique Texas-made objects. Hear about the Hogg family, and how Ima Hogg transformed her home into a museum to display one of the nation’s best collections of American antiques.
Experience historic Houston neighborhoods featuring Azaleas the name given to the various spectacular flowering shrubs that are in full bloom each spring. These showy flowers flourish in varying shades of pink, purple, white, red, and yellow and are a magnificent sight to behold. 
  Depart 7:00 am from the Belton Park and Ride (Exit 294A off IH 35).
  Return to Belton Park and Ride at 9:00 pm. (Short stop for dinner on your own)

$ 139.00 per person. Payment deadline: April 6, 2015.
Includes: Transportation by chartered coach and guided tours, admission to Bayou Bend, lunch at Sweet Tomatoes 
Cancellation policy: Full refund prior to deadline. Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met.
                         
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​                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Two-Steppin’ Down the Texas Independence Trail to Independence and Washington-on-the Brazos State Historic Site, Friday, March 11, 2022
Join us as we begin our tour down the Texas trail to Independence, a community that had become the wealthiest community in Texas and a Baptist stronghold when selected to be the site of Baylor University in 1845. Reaching its peak during the 1850s, the town was recognized as an educational, economic, and religious center. Next Stop is Martha’s Bloomers in Navasota, an indoor and outdoor Garden Café offering scrumptious flavor, one delightful bite at a time. Enjoy the gift shop and nursery while waiting for the lunch that is included. Following lunch we travel to Washington on the Brazos Historical Site where the General Convention, which would decide the fate of Texas, met at Washington in March 1836. People revere Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site as the site of the signing of the Texas Declaratio of Independence on March 2, 1836.The picturesque Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site is located on the Brazos River. The Star of the Republic Museum, Independence Hall and Barrington Plantation, offer the visitor a unique insight into the lives and times of the men who fought and won Texas' independence from Mexico. The Last stop on our tour will be an aromatic lavender farm with quaint surroundings and a scenic hillside view. Nestled in the heart of bluebonnet country the farm has panoramic views that frame the landscape with rolling acres to a gazebo and pond,- a peaceful setting for relaxing with a cool glass of lavender lemonade.

Depart Friday, March 11, Belton Park and Ride (Exit 294A IH 35 South) at 8:00am. Return March 11 approximately 7:30 pm.

$115.00 includes: Transportation, admissions, & lunch. To guarantee a place on the tour, registration form and fee are due February 16.2022. Cancellation policy: Full refund prior to February 16, 2022... Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met. Triple T Tours reserves the right to change itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control. Mail form with check or money order to: Triple T Tours, Box 1962, Belton, 76513 (If credit card used, a 4% service fee will be charged—call 254-770-8905 to make credit card payment)

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.                                                                                          Two-Steppin’ to Yellowstone National Park June 21-27, 2022

Join us on an unforgettable visit to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, designated the world’s first national park in 1872, to discover its unique landscape & vast array of animal life. .The combination of prolific wildlife, unique geothermal activity, & sheer beauty is simply unmatched. The Highlights include the opportunity to: Stroll along the boardwalks around Old Faithful, a famous, frequently erupting cone-type geyser that reaches between 100 & 200 feet high. Pass over the 8,878 foot Dunraven Pass. Head to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, which was created by the erosive forces of water thousands of years ago. View the canyon’s Upper & Lower Falls for sweeping perspectives of the area at Inspiration Point & Artist Point. Spend free time at the subtly beautiful travertine terraced Mammoth Hot Springs. Get to know about the park’s wildlife & history at the Visitor Center. Experience the broad Hayden Valley—one of the best places in the park to view wildlife including bison, elk, grizzly bears, moose, coyotes, grey wolves that call the park home. Discover, explore, & learn about the bizarre & fascinating world of geysers, hot pools, & mud pots. See the Fountain Paint Pot, a colorful, geothermal mud pot located in the Lower Geyser Basin. Possibilities also include a hike to off-the-beaten-path spots like Lone Star geyser as well as other amazing thermal oddities. This famous Upper Geyser Basin holds more active geysers than the rest of the world put together. Time to visit the historic park lodges. Enjoy a Western Chuck Wagon Dinner, Yellowbus tour, Sunset Tour on Lake Yellowstone & more.  
Depart on Tuesday, June 21 from home airport to Billings,Montana airport. Return on Monday, June 27 from Cody Wyoming airport to home airport.
Land Package is $3299 (double occupancy) $3999 (single occupancy) includes ground transportation in Wyoming/Yellowstone, lodging for 6 nights, 7 meals, admissions and tour fees per itinerary. Airfare is extra and as of 06/01/21 is approximately $550 round trip. This may change as the tour approaches. To guarantee a space on the tour, contact Triple T Tours by email or phone no later than Monday, June 7. Registration and deposit of $1500 is due upon reservation. An additional payment of $1000 is due Nov 1, 2021. Final payment is due May 1, 2022. Cancellation policy: Land package (minus $800) is refundable prior to April 1, 2022. Travel Insurance: www.squaremouth.com/21338 (put 21338 as the answer to “Who do I thank?” Enter all of the requested information, then select the type of insurance.) Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met. Triple T Tours reserves the right to change itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control.
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                                                                                                                                                                                      Two-Steppin’ Down the Texas Independence Trail to Space Center Houston, San Jacinto Monument, and more February 16-17, 2022
 Join us as we experience the past, present and future of space exploration! “Intelligent fun” defines the Space Center Houston experience - a day when they’ve gone inside a shuttle carrier aircraft, explored NASA Johnson Space Center, seen flown spacecraft and more. We discount the price, not the experience! spacecenter.org With more than 400 things to see and do, including a variety of ever changing experiences, Space Center Houston is a must-do group destination. We invite you to discover space exploration through its exciting present, its dramatic history, and its compelling future. Walk underneath our new, twice-flown SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. This is one of just two Falcon 9 rockets on display in the world. A must see is the international landmark Independence Plaza, presented by Boeing. Touch interactive displays, see NASA artifacts and learn about the legacy of the space shuttle program. Learn how astronauts live and work aboard the International Space Station in the New Perspectives presentation. Explore the technology developed by NASA and other in the International Space Station Gallery. Watch a film in Space Center Theater with stunning 4K ultra-high definition on the giant five-story screen. See flown spacecraft such as Apollo 17, walk through Skylab Trainer and see actual Moon rocks in the Starship Gallery. Board the NASA Tram Tour and see history in the making. Stops include the newly restored Apollo Mission Control Center, astronaut training facilities and Rocket Park, where you will see the enormous Saturn V rocket. A free NASA Boarding Pass is required for all NASA Tram Tours. NASA Boarding Passes are available in the Space Center Houston app the day of your visit. We will visit the San Jacinto Monument & Museum in La Porte. The San Jacinto Monument, which commemorates the Battle of San Jacinto, is the world’s tallest monumental column. Uncover the origins of the Lone Star State at the San Jacinto Museum of History. Discover how a decisive 18-minute battle for independence empowered a young nation and forever altered the course of world history. The story of America is infused with the legacy of Texian valor. Immerse yourself in all that makes the Lone Star great from rich displays of armaments and uniforms to an exciting retelling of the road to Texas freedom. We will dine at the Monument Inn Restaurant located in the heart of San Jacinto State Park. Monument Inn is truly a one-of-a-kind waterfront seafood restaurant. While feasting on savory dishes, diners are treated with a stunning view of international boats floating down the bustling Houston Ship Channel – a magically nautical atmosphere. See the Houston Ship Channel, the “port that built a city,” opened for ocean-going vessels on November 10, 1914, making Texas home to a world-class commercial port 
Depart Feb 16 from Belton Park and Ride (Exit 294A IH 35 South) at 8:00am. Return Feb 17 approximately 8:30 pm.
$449.00 per person dbl occ; $649.00 single occ.. Includes: Transportation, Lodging, admissions, 2 meals. To guarantee a place on the tour, registration form and fee are due January 18.2022. Cancellation policy: Full refund prior to January 18, 2022... Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met. Triple T Tours reserves the right to change itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control .  
   Two-Steppin’ to Ireland and Scotland August 1-14, 2022

                                                                                                                                 Discover the Best of Ireland and Scotland as we travel from Dublin to Cork, Galway, Donegal, & Belfast.
                                                                                                                                 Cross the Irish Sea to Scotland moving on to Edinburgh, north to Inverness, then south to Glasgow.

Step back in time to visit numerous historical and cultural sites such as Kilmainham Gaol Museum, St Michans Church, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Irish Whiskey Museum (optional),Trinity College (Book of Kells),Guinness Storehouse, Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship (famine ship), Pub crawl (optional), Kilkenny Castle, St. Mary’s Medieval Mile Museum, Guided walking tour of Kilkenny, Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, Burren Centre, Whiskey tour in Galway (optional), Kylemore Abbey and Victorian Walled Garden, Driving tour of Derry, Giants Causeway, Belfast Black Taxi Tour, Titanic Belfast, Edinburgh Castle, Guided Walk of the Old Course, St. Andrews Links (optional), Historic St. Andrews, Scottish Kilt maker, Inverness Castle, Eilean Donan Castle, Drive through Plockton on the shores of Loch Carron, Glengoyne Distillery (tour optional), Macallan Estate & Distillery, Glencoe Battlefield, Loch Lomond, Glasgow driving tour. Scenic drives including seascapes, cliffs, green pastures, and mountain views are the order of each travel day in Ireland and Scotland.

A highlight of the tour will be attending The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo labeled as one of the most spectacular annual events in Edinburgh that is simply not to be missed. Military bands from all over the world take to the esplanade of Edinburgh Castle to play rousing tunes culminating in the haunting bugle call of the Last Post. We will attend in Royal style beginning with a royal meal and an escort into the event. For more information on sites, visit: https://www.ireland.com; https://www.visitscotland.com
Land Package: $4125 per person double occupancy (Single and triple occupancy rates upon request) Includes: Transportation by chartered coach throughout Ireland and Scotland, Ferry between Ireland and Scotland, 12 nights lodging, 16 meals, Hospitality package to the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo, and miscellaneous tour admissions and guided tours. Airfare is extra and will be available through Triple T Tours at group rates. Airfare will vary depending upon booking date and departure city.
To purchase Travel Insurance go to: http://www.squaremouth.com/21338
To guarantee a place on the tour, registration form and deposit of $500 are due March 16. . Cancellation policy: Full refund prior to March 16, 2022... Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met. Triple T Tours reserves the right to change the itinerary due to circumstances beyond our control.
Mail form with check or money order to: Triple T Tours, Box 1962, Belton, 76513 (If credit card used, a 4% service fee will be charged—call 254-770-8905 to make credit card payment)


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Two-Steppin’ to Yellowstone National Park June 21-27, 2022
Join us on an unforgettable visit to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, designated the world’s first national park in 1872, to discover its unique landscape & vast array of animal life. .The combination of prolific wildlife, unique geothermal activity, & sheer beauty is simply unmatched. The Highlights include the opportunity to: Stroll along the boardwalks around Old Faithful, a famous, frequently erupting cone-type geyser that reaches between 100 & 200 feet high. Pass over the 8,878 foot Dunraven Pass. Head to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, which was created by the erosive forces of water thousands of years ago. View the canyon’s Upper & Lower Falls for sweeping perspectives of the area at Inspiration Point & Artist Point. Spend free time at the subtly beautiful travertine terraced Mammoth Hot Springs. Get to know about the park’s wildlife & history at the Visitor Center. Experience the broad Hayden Valley—one of the best places in the park to view wildlife including bison, elk, grizzly bears, moose, coyotes, grey wolves that call the park home. Discover, explore, & learn about the bizarre & fascinating world of geysers, hot pools, & mud pots. See the Fountain Paint Pot, a colorful, geothermal mud pot located in the Lower Geyser Basin. Possibilities also include a hike to off-the-beaten-path spots like Lone Star geyser as well as other amazing thermal oddities. This famous Upper Geyser Basin holds more active geysers than the rest of the world put together. Time to visit the historic park lodges. Enjoy a Western Chuck Wagon Dinner, Yellow bus tour, Sunset Tour on Lake Yellowstone & more.  
Depart on Tuesday, June 21 from home airport to Billings, Montana airport. Return on Monday, June 27 from Cody Wyoming airport to home airport.
Land Package is $3499 (double occupancy) $4199 (single occupancy) includes ground transportation in Wyoming/Yellowstone, lodging for 6 nights, 7 meals, admissions and tour fees per itinerary. Airfare is extra and as of 06/01/21 is approximately $550 round trip. This may change as the tour approaches. To guarantee a space on the tour, contact Triple T Tours by email or phone no later than Monday, June 7. Registration and deposit of $1500 is due June 16, 2021. An additional payment of $1000 is due Nov 1, 2021. Final payment is due May 1, 2022. Cancellation policy: Land package (minus $800) is refundable prior to April 1, 2022. Travel Insurance: www.squaremouth.com/21338 (put 21338 as the answer to “Who do I thank?” Enter all of the requested information, then select the type of insurance.) Tour may be cancelled with full refund if the minimum number of passengers is not met. Triple T Tours reserves the right to change itinerary due to circumst
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