Highlights of US and Canada Eastern CruisesNew York- "the city that never sleeps", "the big apple", "the hub of the world", the cultural capital of the world", "the financial Capital of the world", "the city of never dying spirit"-phew- need we say more/ When one is in New York one cant help but see the majestic Statue of Liberty, on of the most endearing and recognizable landmarks of the city, The Empire State Building is a must visit too, so are the city's wonderful museums and art galleries. Each and every sight is a landmark in this much-photographed city.
Boston-some popular landmarks of this city are the historic sites near Boston Common, including the Old State House; Old North Church, from where Paul Revere got the signal to start his famous ride; and Faneuil Hall
Philadelphia-a city which at a time eclipsed New York in Political and social significance, it has an incredible lot to offer to each and every visitors, historical buildings, world famous museums and a reputation of being the most sports friendly city of the US. an excursion of the city is a must.
Montreal-Canadas second largest city offers the authentic experience of French Canadian culture. Notre Dame Basilica, the Old Seminary of St. Sulpice is a must see, a drive up to the Mount Royal will give you a panoramic view of the picturesque city. Montreal one of the largest French-speaking metropolitan areas in the world, its unique French Canadian culture makes it a delight to visit.
The brilliant patchwork of history and culture that one gets to uncover on US and Canada Eastern Cruises, makes it an exhilarating experience. To walk the streets that the first American patriots did makes one feel like he or she is a part of something bigger and greater. Indeed US and Canada Eastern Cruise Destinations have something that very few other cruises can boast of, history and character.
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