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14 Nights/ 15 Days
Day 1
Arrive Toronto

Fly into Toronto and take a complimentary transfer from Pearson International Airport to the tour hotel. Your Tour Director is available in the afternoon to answer any questions.
Day 2
Toronto & Niagara Falls Excursion

Explore Toronto in the morning, viewing the SkyDome and the CN Tower. Travel up University Avenue to take in the sights of Ontario's Parliament buildings, Queen's Park and museum row. Then move on to Niagara Falls to view this great natural wonder up-close on the Maid of the Mist cruise. Browse the shops and galleries of Niagara-on-the-Falls before returning to Toronto for a Welcome Drink before dinner at the hotel. (B,D).
Day 3
Toronto - Ottawa

Follow the shores of Lake Ontario to the colonial city of Kingston at the mouth of the St Lawrence River. Turning inland, head for the nation's capital of Ottawa, famous for its stately boulevards, imposing buildings and tulip- filled gardens. In the evening, travel by giant canoe to a native camp on Turtle Island to savour a native feast and learn more about Canada's First Nations People. (B,HD).
Day 4
Ottawa - Montreal

Bienvenue! Enter the French-speaking province of Quebec and continue to Montreal to see the Old Port and cobbled streets of Vieux Montreal. Admire the city's diversity from the grand mansions of Mont Royal to the modern downtown area.
Hotel: Marriott Chateau Champlain. (B).
Day 5
Montreal - Quebec City

Start the day with a special breakfast at Montreal's Museum of Archaeology and History before continuing to Quebec City, the first French settlement in North America. Perhaps join an optional dinner at one of the city's romantic bistros? (B).
Day 6
Quebec City Sightseeing

Join a local guide to experience the unique European charm of this historic city: the Latin Quarter, Plains of Abraham, ramparts, world-famous Château Frontenac, National Assembly, Basilica, City Hall, Place Royale, and Citadelle. Venture north to visit the shrine of Ste- Anne-de-Beaupre, the first pilgrimage shrine in North America, and the spectacular Montmorency Falls before returning to your hotel. (B).
Day 7
Quebec City - Bar Harbor

Bid au revoir to Quebec and cross the border into the United States. Relax and enjoy the countryside while travelling east towards America's Atlantic Coast. The destination is the quintessential New England fishing village of Bar Harbor, Maine. (B).
Day 8
Bar Harbor - Acadia Excursion

Take in the natural beauty of Acadia National Park, with its dramatic rocky shoreline, beaver ponds and spectacular views from the top of Cadillac Mountain. Use some free time to explore the area in the afternoon, before feasting on a traditional Maine lobster dinner. (B,HD).
Day 9
Bar Harbor - Boston

Follow the rocky Maine shoreline south, stopping in one of the picturesque coastal villages, such as Kennebunkport, for a chance to soak up typical New England life. Pass Portsmouth, New Hampshire's only coastal city, en route to Boston, Massachusetts. (B).
Day 10
Boston Sightseeing

Boston is one of America's oldest and most historic cities. Join your Tour Director for a trip along the Freedom Trail. See Beacon Hill, Faneuil Hall, Charlestown, Bunker Hill Pavilion, and the meeting house where the Boston Tea Party was planned. The afternoon is free for wandering in the beautiful gardens, visiting a museum or exploring the charming North End. (B).
Day 11
Boston - Philadelphia

Travel to Philadelphia, city of Brotherly Love, where both the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were written. Visit the historic Waterfront District and Independence National Historic Park to see the Liberty Bell. (B,D).
Day 12
Philadelphia - Washington Dc

Tour the award-winning National Constitution Center in the morning, before continuing to Washington DC. The afternoon is free to visit one of the Smithsonian museums or stroll along the historic streets of Georgetown. (B).
Day 13
Washington Dc

Join a guided tour of the city, viewing landmarks such as Capitol Hill and the White House. Stops include the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials and the WWII and Vietnam Veterans Memorials. In Arlington, board the narrated Tourmobile and visit the National Cemetery. The rest of the day is free. (B).
Day 14
Washington Dc - New York City

Depart the nation's capital and head for the Big Apple where your orientation tour includes Times Square, the Financial and Broadway Districts, and Battery Park. The afternoon is entirely free to enjoy the many sights or do some last-minute shopping. In the evening, join your Tour Director and new-found friends for a farewell dinner at a New York restaurant. (B,HD).
Day 15
Depart New York City

The tour comes to an end with a complimentary transfer to JFK International Airport. (B).

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