1) Washington, D.C. Wednesday, May 30: Gorbachev arrives about 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 31
Schedule included three hours of talks between Presidents Bush and Gorbachev at the White House. Bush hosts state dinner. Friday, June 1
Gorbachev has breakfast with congressional leaders. Bush and Gorbachev are scheduled to hold another three hours of talks at the White House. Gorbachev hosts state dinner at the Soviet Embassy. Saturday, June 2
Bush and Gorbachev travel to Camp David for additional talks. 2) Washington to San Francisco via Minneapolis Sunday, June 3
Bush and Gorbachev hold a news conference Sunday morning. Gorbachev flies to Minneapolis for a stop that includes talks with business and political leaders; then he flies to San Francisco. 3) San Francisco to Moscow Monday, June 4
Gorbachev joins former President Reagan and former Secretary of State George Shultz for breakfast. He visits the Hoover Institution at Sanford University in Palo Alto, Calif., and meets with state business and political leaders; leaves San Francisco for Moscow on Monday afternoon.