Historic Cities of Eastern Canada with Globus

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Our Historic Cities of Eastern Canada vacation kicked off in Montreal, where we met our delightful tour director James. He lives in Toronto (the final city on our itinerary) and seems to know anything and everything about Canada. We felt so fortunate to be traveling with someone who was so familiar with the local culture, food and history.

From our home base, the beautiful Delta Montreal hotel in the heart of downtown, we explored the Notre Dame Basilica, the Old Seminary of St. Sulpice and the top of Mount Royal for a panoramic view of the city. We spent two nights in Montreal; it’s a great environment for taking a stroll and just enjoying its European flair.Continue reading

National Cruise Vacation Week’s World’s Largest Cruise Sale

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If you’ve been thinking about taking a cruise for your next vacation, there’s no better time to pick one out than now. October 20-27 is National Cruise Vacation Week. If you’d like to know what that means for you, keep reading.

The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) holds National Cruise Vacation Week. National Cruise Vacation Week also includes the “World’s Largest Cruise Sale“, a time when many participating member organizations of CLIA have special sales, discounts, and package offerings for cruise vacations. It’s the best time of the year to buy a cruise package at a discount.Continue reading

Tauck Teams With BBC Earth to Offer Travelers Original, Exclusive, Natural History Experiences

Multi-year “Earth Journeys” Partnership Will Enhance and Expand Tauck’s Collection of Safaris and Other Nature-Themed Itineraries

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NORWALK, CT Tauck, the world-leader in guided, premium quality land journeys and cruises, has entered into an exclusive, multi-year partnership with BBC Earth to bring the expertise and perspectives of BBC wildlife filmmakers to Tauck’s itineraries offering travelers the opportunity to explore the natural world. The BBC is the world’s leading producer of highly acclaimed, award-winning natural history documentaries, such as Planet Earth, Frozen Planet, Life and The Blue Planet. Those series and other BBC productions have reached over 500 million people in over 180 countries worldwide to date.Continue reading