Welcome to Joseph


Even while Joseph feels more like Santa Fe than your typical backcountry Western town, it has just enough boots-and-jeans street life to keep it from seeming completely fake. And simply heading a few blocks out of downtown brings you back into beautiful countryside – just a mile south is Wallowa Lake. Joseph is also a good base for exploring the region's many other recreational highlights; there's even a tiny ski resort, Ferguson Ridge, about 8 miles away.


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$40.30 Cultural & Theme Tours

Berlin under Nazi's time

Meeting Point for the departure of the tour will be in front of Akademie der Kunste on the Parizer Platz. - Reichstag (only outside) with the memorial for the political opponents of the Nazis who were murdered in 1933 - the Memorial of the Sinti and Roma, about 500 000 of them were murdered by the Nazis - the Holocaust Memorial - the Führer Bunker where Adolf Hitler killed himself on the 30th April 1945 (the bunker is underneath a parking lot, we do not go inside of the Bunker)- the former Ministry of Propaganda of Joseph Goebbels - the site where the Chancellery of Adolf Hitler was located, we will some of the red granite from the Chancellery in the subway station nearby - the former Ministry of the Luftwaffe of Hermann Goering - the former seat of the Gestapo, SD and SS, the Topography of Terror - the memorial of Aktion T4 (the disabled people murdered by the Nazis) - the Bendler Block where Carl von Stauffenberg and other Army officers planned the attack against Hitler on the 20th of July 1944. The whole tour is done by walking. All the places that we are going to visit are free of charge.

$115.04 Day Trips & Excursions

Best of P.E.I. Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Charlottetown City Hall, Charlottetown, Prince Edward IslandYour day out on Prince Edward Island starts out with a leisurely drive through downtown Charlottetown. This driving tour won’t just quickly zip you through the streets; it gives you an opportunity to take in the sights of this amazing city. Some of the highlights you will see on the driving tour include: Harbour Front, Victoria Park, Government House, Providence House, and St. Dunstan’s Basilica. Have something you really want to see? Just let us know and we will do our best to include it on the tour!Pass By: Confederation BridgeAfter taking in the sights of downtown Charlottetown, we start on our journey to Confederation Bridge Lookout. To get to Confederation Bridge Lookout, we will drive through the quaint fishing village of Victoria-by-the-Sea. We stop at the Catholic Church of St. Joseph where you have the perfect opportunity to see the Confederation Bridge in all its glory.Stop At: Green Gables Heritage PlaceFrom there we head north and venture to the Anne of Green Gables Welcome Centre. You will be given a half hour of free time to explore the area and visit the Welcome Centre.Duration: 30 minutesPass By: Cavendish Cliffs, Cavendish, Prince Edward IslandAfter exploring the area, we will hit the road and travel along the north shore. We will make brief stops at various points throughout the drive so you can really enjoy some of the amazing viewpoints. Some of the sights you will see on this part of the tour include the Cavendish Cliffs and the red sand beaches located at PEI National Park.Stop At: Merchantman Fresh Seafood & Oyster BarYour tour winds down with a relaxing drive through the country side where you will see small villages and various farms. Once back in Charlottetown you will be dropped off at Merchantman Fresh Seafood and Oyster bar for Lunch. Afterward you will be returned to your hotel.Duration: 1 hour

$12 Food, Wine & Nightlife

'You Buy, We Cook' - A Unique Culinary Experience in Fort Kochi

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Authenticook, Kochi (Cochin), Ernakulam District, KeralaEnjoy a Scrumptious meal with a Local in KeralaDuration: 3 hours

$120 Cultural & Theme Tours

Christian Galilee, Nazareth & Mount Tabor Day Trip from Jerusalem

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: The Church of the Annunciation, Nazareth, Galilee, Northern DistrictDrive north from Jerusalem, arrivinge at Nazareth, the Galilean childhood home of Jesus to visit the Church of Annunciation, celebrating the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would conceive and become the mother of Jesus, the Son of God.Visit St Josephs Church, built where the carpentry workshop of Joseph, father of Jesus, used to be.Drive eastwards and ascend Mount Tabor, for a magnificent view of the Jezreel Valley and visit the Church of the Transfiguration, the traditional site of the transfiguration of Jesus. Continue eastwards to the shores of the Sea of GalileeE and visit Tabgha, the site of the ‘miracle of the loaves and fish’. Pass by the Mount of Beatitudes, where the Sermon on the Mount took place and visit Capernaum, a Jewish fisherman village of 2000 years ago that was the center of Jesus’ messianic work. Known as “his town” Jesus spent a substantial part of his life here – healing the sick, preaching in the synagogue and performing miracles. At the end of the day, return to Jerusalem.Duration: 10 hours

$89 Day Trips & Excursions

Bethlehem Holy Biblical Half-Day Trip from Tel Aviv

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Click Tours Israel, Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv DistrictWe leave Tel Aviv and travel south to nearby Bethlehem, the City of David. This was the home town of King David's father  and the place where Christ was born to Mary and Joseph.We cross Manger Square surrounded by the Mosque of Omar, the Palestinian Peace Center and perhaps the oldest functioning church in the world, the Church of the Nativity. The Byzantine church was originally constructed in the 4th century and later expanded during the 6th century. We can still see part of the original mosaic floor through an opening in the present basilica floor.We enter the Basilica of the Nativity through a low doorway the "Door of Humility"; on the walls there are faint golden mosaics and 30 of the 44 pink limestone columns in the nave of the church are adorned with decorations from the Crusader period. Beneath the church is the Grotto of the Nativity where it is believed that Jesus was born. A silver star in the grotto is engraved with the Latin phrase "Here Jesus Christ was born to the Virgin Mary." Also in the church are the Chapel of the Manger and the Alter of the Adoration of the Magi (the three wise men).We exit the basilica passing the Armenian Chapel of the Kings and continue on to the adjacent Church of Saint Catherine. From the Church of St. Catherine we descend to grottos which are connected to those beneath the Church of the Nativity. These ancient caves hold several tombs and chapels including the Chapel of the Innocent dedicated to the babies killed under Herod; the Chapel of Joseph and the Tomb of Jerome. There is also the grotto where Jerome worked for many years translating the Hebrew Bible to Latin.Our final stop is to see Shepherds Field. Here the Bible tells us that an angel appeared to shepherds tending their sheep by night and the angel told them that a savior had been born in nearby Bethlehem. Today a tent-shaped chapel stands here; the chapel was designed by renowned architect Antonio Berluzzi and is decorated with scenes from the life of Christ.Duration: 6 hours

$70 Day Trips & Excursions

Bethlehem Holy Biblical Half-Day Trip from Jerusalem

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Bethlehem Travel, Jerusalem, Jerusalem DistrictWe leave Jerusalem and travel south to nearby Bethlehem, the City of David. This was the home town of King David's father  and the place where Christ was born to Mary and Joseph.We cross Manger Square surrounded by the Mosque of Omar, the Palestinian Peace Center and perhaps the oldest functioning church in the world, the Church of the Nativity. The Byzantine church was originally constructed in the 4th century and later expanded during the 6th century. We can still see part of the original mosaic floor through an opening in the present basilica floor.We enter the Basilica of the Nativity through a low doorway the "Door of Humility"; on the walls there are faint golden mosaics and 30 of the 44 pink limestone columns in the nave of the church are adorned with decorations from the Crusader period. Beneath the church is the Grotto of the Nativity where it is believed that Jesus was born. A silver star in the grotto is engraved with the Latin phrase "Here Jesus Christ was born to the Virgin Mary." Also in the church are the Chapel of the Manger and the Alter of the Adoration of the Magi (the three wise men). We exit the basilica passing the Armenian Chapel of the Kings and continue on to the adjacent Church of Saint Catherine. From the Church of St. Catherine we descend to grottos which are connected to those beneath the Church of the Nativity. These ancient caves hold several tombs and chapels including the Chapel of the Innocent dedicated to the babies killed under Herod; the Chapel of Joseph and the Tomb of Jerome. There is also the grotto where Jerome worked for many years translating the Hebrew Bible to Latin.Our final stop is to see Shepherds Field. Here the Bible tells us that an angel appeared to shepherds tending their sheep by night and the angel told them that a savior had been born in nearby Bethlehem. Today a tent-shaped chapel stands here; the chapel was designed by renowned architect Antonio Berluzzi and is decorated with scenes from the life of Christ.Duration: 5 hours