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Cruising into the mouth of the harbor of Nova Scotia’s capital city harkens back to the first English settlers who began a town here in 1749. You’re also taking the same route as that of the World War I and II “war brides” who arrived from England and other parts of Eu...

Maine is not only known for lobster, the novelist Stephen King and the poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow – get ready - it’s also where donut holes were invented. Isn’t that worth a mention?

You’ll be anchored off Mount Desert Island, the largest island off the state’s coa...


Boston is one of those American cities firmly embedded in the nation’s
psyche…you may automatically think of the Red Sox, the Marathon, the
Tea Party or, if you’re a fan of pop culture, the birthplace of actor
brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg!


You’ll begin your sceni...

One thing is for sure Budapest is full of wonders. No matter why you are visiting, whether it’s to take in all the detailed architecture, to soak in the history, or to enjoy all of the natural sites, don’t leave without indulging in the delicious authentic dishes serve...

            Have you ever heard someone say Riviera Maya is not the safest?  It is a common misconception. While other parts of Mexico are certainly dangerous, The Riviera Maya and the neighboring town of Cancun aren’t nearly as bad as the media makes them out to be. T...

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