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Carnival Glory Canada & New England Cruises
7 Days Roundtrip from New York
Saturday, October 06, 2014

Cruise Itinerary - 7 Days roundtrip New York
Saturday, October 6, 2014 New York City, New York -- 04:00 PM
Sunday, October 7, 2014 Boston, Massachusetts 02:00 PM 10:00 PM
Monday, October 8, 2014 Portland, Maine 08:00 AM 06:00 PM
Tuesday, October 9, 2014 Saint John, New Brunswick 08:00 AM 06:00 PM
Wednesday, October 10, 2014 Fun Day At Sea -- --
Thursday, October 11, 2014 Halifax, Nova Scotia 07:00 AM 06:00 PM
Friday, October 12, 2014 Fun Day At Sea -- --
Saturday, October 13, 2014 New York City, New York 08:00 AM --

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Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sample Halifax Sightseeing Tours

Peggy's Cove & Double Decker City Tour

Spend the day your way, on this great combination tour of two of Halifax's most popular sights!

    On this exciting excursion you will:
  • Deluxe motorcoach tour to Peggy's Cove and tour the city - by Pink double decker, supporting Breast Cancer and with a full complete day pass!
  • You'll be whisked away in a deluxe motor coach to the geological and panoramic marvel that is Peggy's Cove.
  • This beloved fishing village has been a popular destination for travelers for generations. See its unique granite coastline which has been shaped by millions of years of erosion and pounding tides.
  • Enjoy a live lobster demonstration with your kilted guide and just take time and explore on your own.
  • Then, return to historic Halifax to take in the city's main highlights aboard a pink double decker bus, fully guided and in support of Breast Cancer.
  • There are over 15 stops to choose from along the way, with three separate tour loops taking in such stops as Citadel Hill, the beautiful Public Gardens, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, the Historic waterfront area, and plenty more shops and stops.

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
Saint John Port Highlights

Have you ever seen a reverse water fall? You can in this enchanting city, the commercial, industrial and transportation center of New Brunswick. Rich in history, this nearly 400 year old harbor town is located at the mouth of the Saint John River on the Bay of Fundy. It was originally a French trading post before coming under permanent English rule in 1758. And by the way, the reversing falls of the St. John River are due to the exceptionally high Fundy tides.
    Sample shore excursions:
  • Bay of Fundy Lobster Cookout Tour
    Enjoy a true Bay of Fundy experience; crack into a fresh, juicy Bay of Fundy lobster cooked right on the shore!
  • Bicycle Tour of Covered Bridges Tour
    New Brunswick's scenic beauty, quiet roads and unhurried pace of life all contribute to a biking experience you will never forget.
  • Saint John, N.B. Coastal Nature Kayak Tour & Lobster Bake
    There is no better way to experience the Saint John River, known as the Rhine of North America, than by paddling a kayak.
  • Irving Nature Park Tour
    Learn about the fascinating Irving Nature Park eco system and get some exercise on your walk at Taylor Island.
  • Coastal Kayak & Lobster Bake
    Description: There is no better way to experience the Saint John River, known as the Rhine of North America, than by paddling a kayak
  • Moosehead Beer Tasting & City Highlights
    Description: Celebrate a passion for beer and culture, experience the sights of Saint John, sample Moosehead beer products from the Maritimes and experience live entertainment by our local East Coast Artist!
  • Rockwood Golf & Country Club
    Description: Come and enjoy this 18-hole public golf course located less than 10 minutes from Saint John center within the beautiful 2,200 acre Rockwood Park.
  • The Bay of Fundy at Fundy National Park
    Description: Marvel at the variety of natural wonders on this tour of Fundy National Park.

Portland, Maine
Sample Portland Walking Tour

Historical Walking Tour

Canada's oldest incorporated city, located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, is yours to discover on this historical walking tour.

Excursion Description: Canada's oldest incorporated city, located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, is yours to discover on this historical walking tour.

Your local guide will take you through some of the most architecturally important streetscapes in Canada. You'll get up close to many fine architectural structures and discover fascinating details such as ornate carvings, exquisite stained glass, wrought iron fences, and fascinating gargoyles.

Explore the Old City Market, where an eye-opening variety of fresh seafood, vegetables, and crafts are for sale. In addition to fascinating folklore and beautiful architecture, this tour provides an excellent opportunity to chat with locals.

Boston, Massachusetts
Boston Port Highlights

Boston City

With street patterns owing to 17th-century London, Boston, "America's Walking City" and home of the original tea party, is a beautiful city, full of historic sights. From Bunker Hill to the U.S.S. Constitution, this gateway to New England boasts many famous places to visit. Boston has some of the most well preserved historic buildings in the country, and it's compact enough so that you can see them all on foot.

    Sample Shore Excursions in Boston:
  • Historic Boston & Cambridge - Watch the pages of American history unfold as you relive the 370-year old legacy of the "Birthplace of America."
  • Historic Salem & Witch Museum - Travel along the north of Boston to the historic seaside city of Salem, best known for its 17th - century witch hunts.
  • Old Town Trolley Tour - Your "Must Do!" Old Town Trolley Tour of Boston begins at the Ship Terminal and proceeds past the site of the famous Boston Tea Party,often described as "the spark that ignited the American Revolution".
  • Scenic Boston & Harbor Cruise - This unique excursion takes you past the city's most important and scenic sights by both land and sea.
  • Boston Highlights by Duck - Enjoy the highlights of Boston by both land and sea on this unique panoramic tour of the city's most important and scenic sites via a World War II amphibious vehicle called the Boston Duck.
  • Fenway Park Grand Slam - Visit Fenway Park, Americas oldest and most beloved major league baseball park where The Babe pitched, The Kid hit, Yaz dazzled, and fans are still cheering the 2004 World Series victory!
  • Freedom Trail Walking Tour - Travel back in time to Revolutionary Boston with a walk along the Freedom Trail. Your experienced guide will reveal sites and scenes of critical events that paved the way for American Independence.
  • Ghosts & Gravestones Tour - Explore Boston's darker side aboard the city's only "frightseeing" tour.
  • Kennedy Library & Boston Highlights - Enjoy a visit to one America's national treasures, the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum.
  • Lexington & Concord - Take a drive to the outskirts of Boston and explore the historic battlefields of Lexington and Concord.
  • Ride & Roll by Bike & Trolley - Experience the best of both worlds on this combination bike and trolley tour of Boston.

New York City, New York, USA
New York Highlights

New York City (Manhattan), NY

Put yourself in a New York state of mind. New York, New York, is arguably the premier city in the world. If it's worth doing, knowing, seeing or trying, you'll find it in New York.

The world's capital of finance, fashion, art, publishing, broadcasting, theater and advertising has anything and everything you could want: fabulous restaurants, incredible shopping, celebrities, Broadway and more.
Visit the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the United Nations and The Empire State Building. Marvel at her one-of-a-kind skyline.
With thousands of restaurants, thousand of stores you'll find this incredible metropolis as energizing and exciting as the people who live and work there.
There's no other city like it.

Debark Transfer to La Guardia Airport
Description: As a convenience to interested guests, a one-way motor coach transfer service is available from dockside to La Guardia Airport.

Debark Transfer to Newark Airport
Description: As a convenience to interested guests, a one-way motor coach transfer service is available from dockside to Newark Airport.

New York City Passenger Ship Terminal
New York Cruise Terminal for Carnival Cruises

New York City Passenger Ship Terminal
Pier# 88/90/92
711 12th Avenue at 55th Street
New York City, New York 10019

Travel Time:
15 miles from Newark International Airport; travel time is approximately 45 minutes.
15 miles from LaGuardia Airport; travel time is approximately 45 minutes.
20 miles from JFK International Airport; travel time is approximately 60 minutes.

Port Parking:
Credit Cards or Cash
$30 per day (rates subject to change by the Port Authority)
Full payment due upon entering the parking area.
Accepted forms of payment: U.S. Dollars, U.S. Traveler's Checks, Visa, MasterCard.
Open rooftop, gated, outdoor parking lot under 24-hour patrol.
No advance reservations required.
Handicap Parking available with proof of valid permit.

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