I've been to both New York and Toronto, and find this trip a fantastic way to combine the two cities.
Departing 1st October, you first fly to New York
Transferred on arrival to your hotel for 3 nights on a room only basis.
The package which includes the New York City pass enables you to visit top attractions such as the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty and Museum of Modern art.
I found that from the Rockerfeller Centre gives you the best views of Central Park, I either walked or took taxis everywhere, although I understand that the underground is easy to navigate.
If you're into steaks, then take yourself to the Capital Grille located on 115 East 42nd Street. Steaks are hung for 35days and just melt in the mouth -side portions are huge so a couple will suffice, we felt that it could have fed a family of 4 easily.
The Capital Grille Restaurant New York NYC Manhattan Grill
After all the sight-seeing and shopping you'll be transferred across to the Crown Princess where you'll join the ship:
With 11 dining venues, formal, casual and anytime plus speciality restaurants, 7 bars and lounges and a nightclub, there's something for everyone, you can even watch Movies-under-the-stars
3 pools and whirlpool jacuzzis, you might want even to treat yourself to a Lotus Spa pamper session.
04.10.11 - embark and spend 10 nights in the cabin of your choice
The itinerary calls at:
05.10.11 - Newport, Rhode Island
06.10.11 - Boston, Massachusetts
07.10.11 - Bar Harbor, Maine
08.10.11 - Saint John, New Brunswick
09.10.11 - Halifax, Nova Scotia
10.10.11 - Sydney, Nova Scotia
11.10.11 - Charlottetown
12.10.11 - Cruising
13.10.11 - Quebec City with an overnight onboard the ship
14.10.11 - disembark and fly to Toronto
Transfer to your hotel for 3 nights.
Spending 3 nights here, gives you an opportunity to take the Niagara Falls Day tour.
The maid in the mist is amazing, and from the Canadian side of the falls, gives you the best view.
Back in the city explore the under ground shopping malls, but are you brave enough to stand on the Glass Floor at the CN Tower? It's 2.5" thick!
CN Tower | La Tour CN - Glass Floor
I inched my way across the glass but didn't stand on it for long. Even now it makes me shiver!!
Inside staterooms start from £2829per person
Ocean view (obstructed) from £3099
Balcony staterooms from £3479
Availability is becoming limited on this exclusive tailormade package, so I recommend booking early to secure your flights and cabin.
Please give me a call if you would like more details.
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19th January 2011, 02:29 PM #1Guest Member
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