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Dr. David & Connie McKinley, 04.06.2024

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10 Days
Availability : April 6 - 15, 2024
Max People : 50

Warren Baptist Church, Augusta GA

Dr. David & Connie McKinley

“Retrace Paul’s Second Missionary Journey”


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McKinley Greece Tour 2024

SATURDAY – SUNDAY – DAYS 1 & 2: U.S. / ATHENS – We depart the U.S. today for our flight to Athens. Upon arrival in Athens, we will be met by DWM’S local representative and escorted to our hotel in Athens. Remainder of the day free. Overnight Athens. (D, B)

MONDAY – DAY 3: ATHENS OF APOSTLE PAUL TOUR & DINNER AT LYCABETTUS HILL – Athens in 51 AD, Apostle Paul traveled from Berea to Athens by boat. His boat anchored at Faliron that used to be one of the main ancient ports of Ancient Athens. Paul walked from the port to the city of Athens. While waiting for Silas & Timothy to come from Macedonia, Greece, he spent most of his time talking with citizens at the Synagogue and in the Agora. The Athenians took an interest in his teachings and invited him to present it more analytical on the Aeropagus, the hill west of the Acropolis (Mars Hill). Paul stood in the midst of the Areopagus and gave his famous Aeropagus Sermon, emphasising the need to “a known God” rat her than worship the “unknown” as described in Acts 17:16-34. Follow your guide on a visit to the Acropolis where you will see the Propylaea, the Parthenon, the Erectheum, and the Temple of Athena Nike. Touring through modern Athens You will view the Olympic Stadium, where the modern Olympic games began and where the games returned in 2004. In the afternoon you enjoy a dinner with magnificent views upon the Lycabettus Hill. (B, D)

TUESDAY – DAY 4: ANCIENT CORINTH TOUR & CACHRAE – This morning you visit Corinth (Acts 18: 1-18), a city that inspired one of St. Paul’s most famous letters. You will visit the Archeological Museum, the Marketplace, and Temples. Walk among the ruins and stand on the Bema where Paul stood. Read Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, addressing his message to the Gentiles as he began the task of establishing his church in Corinth. Acts 18:9-11 Now the Lord spoke to Paul in the night by a vision, “Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not keep silent; 10 for I am with you, and no one will attack you to hurt you; for I have many people in this city.” 11 And he continued there a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them. On your way back you will stop at Cachrae to visit the site where Paul sailed to Ephesus. Back to Athens for dinner and overnight. (B, D)

WEDNESDAY – DAY 5: FLIGHT TO ROME, PANORAMIC, WALKING TOUR, PIAZZA NAVONA, TREVI FOUNTAIN Today you are flying to Rome upon arrival meet your driver and continue to a panoramic tour and a walking tour of the Eternal City. Your guide will take you through an orientation tour through the city where you will see Piazza Navona and the famous Trevi Fountain. (B, D)

THRUSDAY – DAY 6: VATICAN MUSEUMS, SISTINE CHAPEL, ST PETER, AFTERNOON CATACOMBS – This morning you visit The Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and St Peter’s Basilica. Almost all Christians martyred in the Circus of Gaius/Nero—the site where St. Peter’s Square now stands. The Egyptian obelisk in the center of the square is original to the circus, though it stood in a different spot. Here Peter was crucified, according to tradition, upside down (John 21:18-19). He is most likely buried deep beneath the Basilica in the original burial cave. In the afternoon visit the Catacombs. Most famous for the early Christians buried here, the catacombs offer an essential contribution to early Christian art. Early frescoes and sculptures still exist in the catacombs. Most touching are the smaller burial spots carved out for children who had died. (B, D)

FRIDAY – DAY 7: TRE FONTANE, ROMAN FORUM, MAMERTINE PRISON, PALATINO, COLOSSEO & SPANISH STEPS – This morning you start your day at the most inspiring place, Tre Fontane (Abbey of Three Fountains). Tradition tells us Paul was martyred outside the walls of Rome at a place most people have never heard of one of the Christian sites not on the tourist maps. Don’t confuse Tres Fontane with the famous Trevi Fountain. It’s called Tres Fontane (“Three Fountains”) because, according to legend, after Paul’s head was cut off, it bounced three times, and three fountains sprung up! Next, you see the Church of St Paul outside the walls; many believe Paul is buried here. Afterwards you visit The Colosseum. You continue with a walking tour through Roman Forum and towards the Arch of Titus; the Arch’s inside relief portrays Roman soldiers carrying off treasures from Jerusalem Temple, destroyed by Titus in 70 AD. Jesus predicted this destruction (MATH 24:1-2) and the Palatine Hiil ending with a visit of Mamertine prison. You then walk to the world-famous Spanish steps for some free time to enjoy a local pizza or gelato. (B, D)

SATURDAY – DAY 8: TOUR TO NAPLES-ST GENNARO CATACOMBS, POMPEII, MT VESUVIUS, RETURN TO ROME Full-Day tour to Pompei, the end of the pagan world! Discover some of the world’s most fascinating ruins, including the famous death casts, and enjoy a view of Vesuvius, the famous Italian Volcano. Continue for a view of Naples. There you will stumble upon the port of Pozzuoli, where Paul docked on his journey from Malta to Rome. Continue with a visit to St Gennaro Catacombs. Return to Rome for dinner and overnight. (B, D)

SUNDAY – DAY 9: FREE DAY IN ROME Free day to enjoy Rome on your own.

MONDAY – DAY 10: DEPARTURE FLIGHT FROM ROME – We depart from Rome airport where we fly back to the U.S. We will return withnew friends and memories to last a lifetime!

  • Apr. 06 ~ DL  222   ATL – ATH     5:00P-10:35A +1
  • Apr. 15 ~ DL 067     FCO – ATL     12:30P-5:40P

+1=Next Day

Flight schedule subject to change until tickets are issued

Departure & Return Location: Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport
Departure Time: 3 hours before flight time


Group Travel and Seat Assignment Information

All group seating is assigned by the airline and are under airport control.  Group seats assigned by the airline cannot be changed through Discovery Cruises and Tours.  However, you may address your seating at the airport on check-in.  (Please note that if you contact the airline prior to your departure date, they will refer you back to DCT.  As previously stated, we cannot make any changes to the group seats assigned by the airline.)

Your airline ticket receipt will be issued electronically by the airline and then emailed to you by DCT.  When you arrive to the airport, please be prepared to present a passport to an airline representative to receive your boarding pass.

Prices quoted are per person and in US dollars and are based upon fares and costs in effect at the time of publication

Whenever possible, DCT obtains price guarantees from suppliers; however, depending upon the strength of the US dollar and price fluctuations of oil, gas and other costs, published rates are subject to change without notice


Jet economy class on Delta Airlines

42 seats confirmed (additional seats may be at a higher airfare)

Tickets must be finalized 45 days prior to departure

Tickets cannot be changed once issued

Travelers may arrange their own air and pay the ground only price
(*Travelers doing their own air MUST meet the group at the airport or hotel)


$515 (actual cost as of 11/27/2023)

Taxes/fuel surcharges may change without notice; any increase will be billed to the traveler and must be paid prior to departure


Four & five star hotels throughout

Prices based upon two persons sharing a two-bed room

Single rooms are subject to availability for an additional cost of $1600

If a traveler doesn’t designate a roommate and Discovery Cruises and Tours is unable to do so, or if a roommate cancels before departure, the passenger will be required to pay the supplemental charge; the traveler may be billed after the final payment date if necessary


Breakfast and Dinner


Local transportation via deluxe, air-conditioned motor coach

The services of an English-speaking Israeli guide

Entrance to sites on the itinerary are included in the tour price

– Passport costs

– Accident and baggage insurance

– Transporting and handling excess luggage

– Optional tours and excursions not mentioned in this itinerary

– TIPS: $160 for personal tips to guides, drivers and others rendering special services.

– Cost for Lunches: The tour will stop daily for lunch with most places accepting Mastercard or VISA cards only.  Small food places outside of a town might require payment by cash only in euros, same for buying bottled water or a soda en route. We recommend exchanging a few USD to EUROS ($50-$100 per person) and plan on spending about $25 per lunch. 

In the event it becomes necessary to overnight material due to late receipt of registration or final payments, traveler will be billed for these charges.

Acting only as agents for suppliers, Discovery Cruises and Tours is not responsible for damage, loss, or theft of luggage and/or personal belongings, or for personal injury, accident and/or illness. For your own protection, it is important that you have adequate insurance to cover these possibilities. You should carry proof of insurance in the event you need medical attention while in Israel. For optional insurance please contact Mission Safe here to go directly to their website.

PASSPORT: A valid passport is required to leave the USA and must be obtained in person by each tour member. No visas are required for Israel. It should be valid for a minimum of six months after your return date or you will be denied boarding.

REGISTRATION & DEPOSIT: A deposit of $500 per person is required at the time of registration.   The deposit may be charged to your VISA or MasterCard. Registrations received inside ninety (90) days must be accompanied by full payment. A late registration may result in an additional fee for airfare depending on the airline and seat availability.

PAYMENTS: Final payments should be made payable and received via mail to…

Discovery Cruises and Tours

P.O. BOX 2148

Hurst, TX 76053

Final payments MUST be received ninety (90) days prior to departure.  Payments received inside ninety (90) days will be assessed an $80 late payment fee. NOTE:  All reservations not fully paid by the ninety-day deadline are subject to cancellation, for which Tour Operator is not to be held 

AIRLINE SEATS: Seats without a deposit must be released 100 days from departure. If you cancel your seat with DCT in writing within the 100 days there is a penalty of $100 per person.


If a traveler cancels their tour for any reason, the following cancellation frees will apply:




Registration – 91 days prior to departure


90 – 75 days prior to departure


74 – 59 days prior to departure

25% of tour cost

58 – 30 days prior to departure

50% of tour cost

29 days or less prior to departure


All cancellation requests must be sent in an email to contact@dcttravel.com.

NOTE: Trip cancellation and interruption insurance is available through Misson Safe, and other vendors, and is highly recommended.


Discovery Cruises and Tours (Tour Operator) agrees to arrange for the tour described in this brochure. This represents the entire agreement between the passenger and his agent, the Tour Host, the Tour Operator and its agents. Except as stated herein, no person is authorized to cancel, modify, or vary the tour arrangements or to make any representation of warranty concerning the tour. Except for the willful negligence of its direct employees, the Tour Operator assumes no liability or responsibility for any injuries, damages occasioned by circumstances beyond the control of Tour Operator, or by any person for any reason whatsoever, including but not limited to default or omission of and by any third party providing services or facilities related to or included in this tour or any part thereof, or in arranging for the same, or the acts or omissions of the Tour Host.  Tour Operator reserves the right to refuse or revoke travel to anyone who is deemed incapable of group travel per the sole judgment of Tour Operator.  Due to circumstances beyond the Tour Operator’s control, the sequence of touring sites may occasionally need to be altered. The airlines or cruise lines are not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event during the time the passengers are not on board planes, ships or conveyances. The passenger contracts, in use by the airlines and cruise lines, and the passenger or purchaser of this tour and/or passage and Tour Operator assume no liability or responsibility in connection therewith. Also, the Tour Operator WILL NOT BE responsible for: (a) flight schedule changes, mechanical breakdowns, government actions, weather, acts of God, acts of war or aggression, whether declared or undeclared, hijackings, or other circumstances beyond its control, including any connecting flights that may be missed as a result thereof (participants should consider the possibility of delays when arranging connecting flights); (b) the failure to follow instructions, including but not limited to check-in and check-out times and baggage handling; and, (c) charges incurred relating to single room/stateroom requirements either by the passengers themselves or their assigned roommates. Payment of the deposit or any partial or full payment for a reservation constitutes consent to all provisions listed in this brochure.


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