NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK
Being the largest city in the United States, the city that never sleeps will leave you with endless journeys. Take a peaceful bike ride past the wonders of Central Park, see a world class production on the bustling street of Broadway, or find yourself looking at stunning Manhattan views from the top of the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
NEWPORT, RHODE ISLAND
Astylish, world-famous yachting center with a long tradition of elegance, the colonial sections of Newport boast many authentic historic buildings, some dating back to the 1600s. Most impressive are the opulent summer "cottages" built by industrial-age tycoons. Fashioned after palaces of Europe, their interiors boast lavish use of marble, alabaster, gilt, mosaics and stained glass complemented by magnificent furnishings and fine tapestries.
Relive nearly four hundred years of history as you explore the Freedom Trail, the Old North Church and the Boston Common. A few miles away lie Lexington and Concord where the momentous events that began in 1775 come alive. Boston has not been content to rest on the laurels of its glorious past. Progress is everywhere. Glazed high-rises soar skyward and the colorful waterfront area has been artfully renovated.
BAR HARBOR, MAINE
Cradled off the craggy coast of Maine lies Mount Desert Island and the charming town of Bar Harbor. Stroll its picturesque main street or venture to the top of Mount Cadillac for stunning vistas of emerald-green forests and rugged valleys. Bike the carriage trails of Acadia National Park. And be sure to sample some of North America’s most delectable seafood at an authentic lobster bake
CHARLOTTETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Named in honor of Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of King George III, Charlottetown is every bit as charming as its name suggests. During summer months, hanging flowerpots add splashes of color in the city's historic district, a tidy grid of streets and public squares dating back to 1768, and during winter, the city is bedecked with over 175,000 lights. Quaint shops and dining venues, upscale galleries, pro golf courses and miles of beaches give sojourners every reason to visit.
QUÉBEC CITY, QUÉBEC
Just northeast of the UNESCO-designated Vieux-Québec (Old Town), Montmorency Falls Park enchants with striking flows that are one and a half times taller than Niagara Falls. Explore the streets of the Old Town presided over by the Château Frontenac for a taste of French-Canadian culture found in classic bistros and cafés, and explore proud French history found in numerous museums.