Route – ‘Southern Comfort’, southbound

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Fort Worth to New Orleans – 8 Days and 7 Nights
Live on board your luxurious rail Car, the Sunflower, while visiting
Fort Worth – San Antonio – Houston – New Orleans
You can take Amtrak to Fort Worth from numerous stations on routes starting at Chicago, Kansas City and Oklahoma City.

Departure Dates
2021 – 6 Feb; 20 Feb; 13 Mar
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Fort Worth, Cowtown, has grown from a cattle drive stop to a vibrant city but still retains its old west culture including the original stock yards, cattle drives, the world’s largest honky-tonk (Billy Bobs) which is a must play venue for famous country western entertainers, rodeos, the best selection of western wear shopping, and a wide variety of optional activities that let you experience where the west begins and cowboys are remembered. San Antonio has a 300-year history that stretches back to Spanish Texas with the establishment of a presidio, town, and five Franciscan missions along the San Antonio River. The Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks the famous 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico. Following the San Antonio River, the miles-long River Walk is a landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes and shops. There are a wonderful mix of local historical, cultural, destination, shopping, dining and other attractions.  Houston, the Bayou City, is a vibrant, diverse city and the home of NASA. It is a culinary and cultural capital of the south and one of the USA’s most exciting cities with world-class museums, attractions and an unparalleled music scene. A special tour of NASA’s space center is a must do. New Orleans is located where the Mississippi River flows into the Gulf of Mexico. It has a personality unlike any other and is world-renowned for French Quarter architectural treasures, jazz, blues, zydeco and funk music, unique dialect, Cajun and creole cuisine and vibrant night life along Bourbon Street. The city has been described as the most unique in the United States. Founded in 1718 by French colonists, New Orleans was once the territorial capital of French Louisiana before being traded to the United States in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803. 

Fares

Per person, double occupancy per bedroom (except singles):
Grande Suite $7,087 – Master Suite $6,641 – Deluxe Double – $6,195
Classic double (upper and lower beds) – $5,750
Single passenger: 175% of double occupancy per person fare
3rd passenger: If available – $700

Early confirmed booking/reservation discounts:
210 or more days in advance 16% – 175 days 11% – 140 days 8% – 105 days 5%
rounded to the nearest $100

Payments, cancellations and refunds

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Journey by Rail Timetable
Day 1 – Saturday – Fort Worth
Board after 1:00 pm
Enjoy all-inclusive comforts living on your luxurious rail Car while you
Visit Fort Worth
See Activities, Fort Worth for optional things to do
Overnight in Fort Worth, on board
Day 2 – Sunday – Fort Worth, San Antonio
Visit Fort Worth
Depart Fort Worth early afternoon – Arrive San Antonio mid to late evening

Visit San Antonio
See Activities, San Antonio for optional things to do
Overnight in San Antonio, on board
Day 3 – Monday – San Antonio
Visit San Antonio
Overnight in San Antonio, on board
Day 4 – Tuesday – Houston
Depart San Antonio early morning – Arrive Houston late morning
Enjoy all-inclusive comforts living on your luxurious rail Car while you 
Visit Houston
See Activities, Houston for optional things to do
Overnight in Houston, on board

Day 5 – Wednesday – Houston
Visit Houston
Includes a tour of the NASA space center
Overnight in Houston, on board
Day 6 – Thursday – Houston, New Orleans
Depart Houston at noon – Arrive New Orleans mid evening
Enjoy all-inclusive comforts living on your luxurious rail Car while you 
Visit New Orleans
See Activities, New Orleans for optional things to do
Overnight in New Orleans, on board
Day 7 -Friday – New Orleans
Visit New Orleans
Includes an off-car Creole Cajun dinner, the USA’s most distinctively recognized regional cuisine
Overnight in New Orleans, on board
Day 8 – Saturday – New Orleans
Visit New Orleans
Disembark by 11:00 am