Experience the Fall Y'all!
As a New England gal I may be a bit biased in saying this- Autumn in New England is the best season. It's beautiful beyond words and something I think everyone should experience. The weather is crisp and the foliage is incredible.
On this Tailor Made Package you can experience...
THE SKYLINE OF NEW YORK ...
... THE MANSIONS OF NEWPORT
THE HISTORY OF BOSTON...
.... THE CHARM OF BAR HARBOR, MAINE
THE HERITAGE OF HALIFAX...
.... THE CULTURE OF QUEBEC
Fly from London to New York on 24 September 2012 and spend 2 nights at the Excelsior hotel. Use your City Pass to full advantage and see the sights of the City that Never Sleeps!
Then board the Emerald Princess on 26 September and enjoy the following itinerary:
26 September- New York
27 September- Newport, Rhode Island
28 September- Boston
29 September- Bar Harbor, Maine
30 September- St. John, New Brunswick, Canada
01 October- Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
02 October- Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada
03 October- At Sea
04 October- Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada
05 October- Cruising Saguenay River
06 October- Quebec, Canada
Following your cruise then spend 2 nights in Quebec at the Clarendon and really enjoy all that this incredible city has to offer!
Then on 8 October, fly from Quebec to Toronto for 2 nights at the Fairmont Royal York. You'll get a full day tour of Niagara Falls as well!
Then when the fun must come to an end... fly from Toronto to the UK on 10 October.
Including flights, hotels, tours, and the cruise on this 16 night holiday
(And you get my top tips for some of my favorite places for FREE!)
Autumn in New England cruises are becoming increasingly popular!
Book early to avoid disappointment!
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8th December 2011, 01:11 PM #1
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