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Vicki Baker

Come join us and travel together to amazing places on these Road Runners trips for 2016.

October 12-14: Texas Hill Country Wine and Dine

Live the life of leisure on this Hill Country Getaway. Satisfy your palate with a variety of wines at five of Texas Hill Country’s favorite wineries and dining at iconic eateries Salt Lick BBQ, Waring Texas Steakhouse, Pedernales Cellars and Hilltop Café. Two-step your way over to Luckenbach for “Picker’s Night” and explore Fredericksburg. Package includes transportation, hotel, wineries, tours and meals.

Price: $533 per person, double occupancy

October 18: Autumn in the Arboretum

With the welcome change of seasons comes one of the Dallas Arboretum’s most anticipated autumn events. The highlight of the fall festival is the nationally acclaimed Pumpkin Village, which is created with more than 75,000 pumpkins, gourds and squash. Fall into autumn with us as we journey through the rich and crisp colors of fall at the Arboretum. Transportation included; lunch on your own at the DeGolyer House.

Price: $45 per person

October 27: Phantom of the Opera at the Bass

Critics are raving that this breathtaking production is bigger and better than ever. The beloved story and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s thrilling score will be performed by a cast and orchestra of 52, making this Phantom one of the largest productions now on tour. Your matinee performance includes orchestra level seats followed by cocktails on the “Roof Top” and dinner at elegant Reata Restaurant offering legendary Texan cuisine. Package includes theater tickets, cocktails, dinner and transportation.

Price: $176 per person

November 4-6: The Best of Austin

This timeless and quirky Texas city is like no place else in the state with virtually unlimited food and entertainment choices. Experience the best of Austin and in three days see the best spots the city has to offer. Eat at the best restaurants: Camello’s, Wine by Candlelight dinner, and Stubb’s. Sip cocktails at the Driskill. Tour the most iconic sites: State Capitol, Governor’s Mansion, Harry Ransom Center, evening of music along Sixth Street, LBJ Library and Museum, shopping bazaar at Christmas at the Caswell House, Bullock Texas State History Museum and more. Includes transportation, lodging, meals, tours and admissions.

Price: $625 per person, double occupancy

December 2: Handel’s Messiah at the Bass

Experience the holiday classic Handel’s Messiah at Bass Performance Hall with the Fort Worth Symphony and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Master Chorale. Enjoy dinner before the show at the Cast Iron Restaurant inside the Fort Worth Omni Hotel. Includes transportation, performance with orchestra level seating and three-course dinner.

Price: $169 per person.

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