New England Cruise

A very popular cruise is the New England/Canada starting in New York/Boston and cruise through the territories of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and eventually cruising down the St Lawrence river and ending up in Quebec City/Montreal. This North American holiday is low airfare and light on jet lag going northbound or southbound. When taking this cruise in the fall enjoy the beautiful colorful foliage during this historical cruise.
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Cruising Categories Explained

Did you know that all cruise lines are rated? While all cruises are excellent values, cruise ratings help you to know the level of service to expect when choosing a cruise line.  Ratings are based on excursions, food, entertainment, and of course service.
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One of My Favorite Cruises – Hiroshima and Nagasaki

A cruise of Japan and Hong Kong on Crystal Cruise lines is a favorite for Kristie and me.   Our journey began with a flight to Yokohama, Japan.  With stops in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we toured the museums remembering Imperial Japan and World War II.  You can only imagine the impact it had on us to view some of the displays that had little children’s bikes and shoes burned. Departing from Japan we set sail for Hong Kong, China. This is both an enjoyable and moving cruise, one that given the opportunity you really must take.

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US Virgin Islands – St. John and St. Thomas

Very friendly and incredibly beautiful, St. John and St. Thomas of the U.S. Virgin Islands are popular destinations for everyone.  Once you dock in St. Thomas, my strongest advice is to head straight to St. John first.  When you are done exploring this magnificent island, return to shop in St. Thomas before you sail.  I can show you the insiders way to economically tour St. John and St. Thomas – just give me a call!

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Greece – Wonderful Islands!

Greece has some wonderful islands including Corfu, Crete, Mykonos, Rhodes, and Santorini! To get to these islands you will sail from Athens to your destination. Santorini the most famous island that was once a volcano.  There are only three ways to get to the top, one is by cable car, another by walking, and a really odd and politically incorrect way is by donkey.
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