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The fall colors of Canada and New England form an incomparable backdrop for the adventure of a amazing cruise tour. Take a step back into history in Boston.

See how life was lived by turn-of-the-century millionaires in Rhode Island. Experience magnificent scenery in Bar Harbor, picturesque lighthouses in Nova Scotia and rugged seascapes in New Brunswick. Take a overnight tour to visit Quebec and Montreal.

Don't forget to enjoy an authentic New England lobster bake in Maine. Port calls offer innumerable sightseeing and shopping opportunities. No United States region is home to more historic sites, none more steeped in the American patriotic tradition. The six USA states that comprise New England offer visitors incredible diversity in a relatively small area.

And while it is a truly modern region, much of New England defies the ravages of time, transporting travelers back to an era of covered bridges and white-steepled churches, of maple trees tapped for sap and horse-drawn sleighs, of wooded acres ablaze with autumn color and an annual harvest that inspires gratitude for the abundance of the land.
From the picturesque towns and rocky coast of Maine to the breathtaking beauty of New Hampshire’s White Mountains, from the historic yet cosmopolitan city of Boston to the quiet country roads and farms of Vermont, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

You'll love driving Connecticut's tree-lined highways and winding country roads. America's most historic highway, U.S. Route 1 parallels the entire Connecticut coastline. From Groton to the Rhode Island border, however, the road offers a brief but incredibly scenic driving experience. Along the way drivers will be treated to marvelous water views, winding hilly roads, and a birds-eye, scenic trip through downtown Mystic and over the historic Bascule Bridge.

Rhode Island may be America’s smallest state, but it’s home to 400 miles of coastline with 100 miles of sandy beaches and an incredible 20 percent of the country’s National Historic Landmarks. Massachusetts serves up a bounty of historic attractions, miles of sandy beaches, spectacular seafood, performing arts centers, quaint island getaways, ski resorts, scenic highways, and world-class museums.

People from all across the world come to New England in the Fall to view the spectacular canopy of color that only this region can offer. A carefully timed cruise promises breathtaking views painted with rich fall hues and an incredible lineup of destinations.
New England enjoys some of the most intense fall colors thanks to its almost pure stands of a few types of trees that all turn color at the same time. Trees are not the only thing that contribute to a colorful autumn, though. Shrubs like burning bush and sumac, and even weeds like poison ivy can paint the roadsides brilliant colors in fall. In Maine, the blueberry barrens turn a phenomenal fiery red.

USA North Eastern Seaboard - Port City - Boston
Boston is on a small peninsula in the middle of Massachusetts' Atlantic Coast, a little over 200 miles (320 km) northeast of New York City. The North End, occupying the northeastern tip of the peninsula, is the historic city center. The North End and the eastern waterfront are separated from the rest of the city by the Central Expressway (I-93).

Boston's North End. Narrow, winding streets and the smell of coffee in the air probably mean you're in the North End, Boston's oldest neighborhood and home to much of the city's Italian population. Faneuil Hall and the adjacent Quincy Market form one of the country's first mixed-use commercial developments.

When Oliver Wendell Holmes called Boston the 'hub of the universe,' he was thinking mainly of Beacon Hill. You can locate Beacon Hill easily by the gilt dome of the Massachusetts State House and the undulating rows of brick houses that surround it. The Charleston neighborhood is a living museum of Boston's shipbuilding past. At the river's edge is the oldest commissioned ship in the US Navy, the USS Constitution.

Boston is a walker's town, and there are several historical and nature walks in the area. Bicycling on the Charles River Esplanade is a cardio-intensive way to see the skyline. The best beaches are along Cape Cod. Old Silver Beach is Falmouth's most popular strand, but if you want to escape the crowds you can take a 2 hour water taxi ride from Provincetown out to Long Point Beach. Coast Guard Beach, on the Atlantic shore near Eastham, is a long strand backed by tall, undulating dune grasses. The South Cape Beach State Park in East Falmouth has nature trails and a long sandy beach.

USA North Eastern Seaboard - Port City - Provincetown

Provincetown, Massachusetts, is a lively seashore summer resort and art colony on the tip of Cape Cod. Take an unhurried stroll along the narrow streets while enjoying the clustered homes, many of which date back to the 1700s. There is something for everyone—museums, historic sites, and art galleries to visit, beaches for swimming, and an endless variety of seafood in the local restaurants.

The Portuguese, who from their earliest history voyaged to the ends of the known world to fish, eventually settled in Provincetown. They are hard working, fun-loving adventurous people known for their culinary, navigational, musical and literary skills.

Presidents, entertainers, authors and artists have made Martha's Vineyard a favorite summertime destination for years. Now it's your turn to enjoy the quaint architecture, pleasant weather, beautiful beaches, colorful scenery, well preserved mansions and gingerbread cottages. "The Vineyard" is the East Coast's largest warm water resort island and summertime attraction.

USA North Eastern Seaboard- Port City - Newport
One of America's most picturesque harbors greets you with bobbling fishing boats, weathered buoys and colonial architecture. The three-and-a-half mile Cliff Walk past some of the country's greatest mansions is a 'don't miss' attraction, and in the evening, you can discuss your day over drinks at the White Horse Tavern, America's oldest.

While Newport was a summer playground for America's elite families at the turn of the century, Christmas time is perhaps one of the best times of year to visit this seaside town today. Founded in 1971, Christmas in Newport began as a two-week festival that celebrated the noncommercial traditions of the holiday season. Now in its 29th year, the annual program boasts multiple activities for nearly each day of the December calendar.

USA North Eastern Seaboard- Port City - Portland
Portland, Maine was established as a trading port with Europe because of its proximity to the Old World. Today it's Maine's largest city. Visit the Old Port Exchange replete with fabulous restaurants offering regional seafood dishes. Stroll to the top of the Portland observatory for an eye-popping view of the bay and surroundings. The Portland Museum of Art displays some of New England's finest art collections.

Canada North Eastern Seaboard - Port City - St. John, New Brunswick
St. John is New Brunswick's largest city. Fans of antiques will not want to miss the nearby Loyalist House and its extensive collection of beautifully perserved pre-1830 furniture. And everyone will be amazed at the incredible Reversing Falls just outside of town. It's a true natural wonder where rapids and waterfalls actually change direction with the tides.

Canada North Eastern Seaboard - Port City - Quebec City
After a relaxing day savoring the river scenery,visit Canada's oldest town, Quebec City. Rising steeply from the banks of the St. Lawrence, this 400 year old city is regarded as "The Soul of French Canada." It features a maze of colorful, ancient houses clustered behind a medieval looking wall. The older city stands in stark contrast to the modern architecture that characterizes Quebec City's newer buildings.

Canada North Eastern Seaboard - Port City - Halifax
A final Fall Foliage Cruise stop is Halifax, Nova Scotia. The name Nova Scotia means "New Scotland" in Latin and visitors will find rolling hills and farms, reminiscent of the Celtic country. Nova Scotia is encircled by 10 scenic travelways that lead you around the provinces.

Halifax is the capital city and is part of a regional municipality comprising Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford and Halifax County. Halifax is also a popular cruise port, with many of the major lines calling here during their Canada/New England sailings. Halifax is also considered to be Atlantic Canada's premier shopping district. Located in Halifax, The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the marine history division of the Nova Scotia Museum, is comprised of a family of 25 museums operated by the Province of Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia offers visitors leisurely drives along magnificent coastal trails and tree-trimmed country roads. It also offers a cultural diversity and history. When spending a land vacation here or have a day or two on a cruise port of call, Nova Scotia truly has something for everyone. There is hiking, rockhounding, museums, fine restaurants, top-rated golf courses, bird- and whale-watching and much more. The Citadel, situated high above the city, is a popular attraction, as is the arty Springs Garden Road District.

Nova Scotia has a long, rich culinary history that dates back to 1606, when Champlain and his men prepared gourmet meals in their wilderness outpost at Port Royal. Called "L'Ordre du Bon Temps" (The Order of Good Cheer), the spirit of good food and fellowship of this social club lives on today in the Taste of Nova Scotia Program.

It offers "The Taste of Nova Scotia," a unique province-wide restaurant marketing program whose members are committed to offering the very best that Nova Scotia has to offer, from the finest harvests of both land and sea: lobster, fresh seasonal vegetables, scallops, apples, salmon and blueberries, to mention but a few. These fresh local harvests are prepared in both modern and traditional dishes that reflect the varied culinary and cultural heritage.


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