Hershey's Chocolate World, with its marketplace, shops and restaurants sweetly beckons our tour this morning. Once here you
can take the chocolate tour, offering views of the chocolate making process, view a spectacular 3-D Show,*and/or participate
in special chocolate tastings. Later, continuing on our way north, we’ll make a special stop at the Corning Glass Center*, a
showcase and museum for the art and science of glassmaking. Here you will witness first-hand how craftsman and artisans
work superheated glass into beautiful decorative pieces; at the conclusion of our visit, you will have the opportunity to purchase
these unique items for yourself or a loved one in the Center’s wonderful gift shop. Afterwards, the tour will head to Niagara F
alls to enjoy its beautiful night views. In what’s now a 140-year-old tradition, every evening the Falls are illuminated in
changing colors of the rainbow.
We continue out tour of Niagara Falls with a boatride on the Maid of the Mist (seasonal) where you can "soak" in the excitement and
power of the Falls, and a visit to the IMAX Theatre Niagara Falls where you can experience Niagara Falls' incredible stories. From
the American side of Niagara Falls, we proceed across the Canadian border to witness the Falls from another perspective. We will
ascend the Skylon Tower offering visitors the very best views of Niagara Falls. The tour then departs for Toronto, one of Canada's
largest cities. There we will visit Toronto's very old Chinatown, as well as Toronto's City Hall and Parliament Buildings - both unique in
architecture and important in purpose. We will also tour the CN Tower, Toronto's most recognizable landmark and the tallest building
in Canada. At the top of the tower, enjoy panoramic views through glass floor observation decks and see why this structure was recently
Leaving Toronto in the morning, we head for Thousand Islands located in Alexandria Bay. Situated between Canada and the United
States along the St. Lawrence River, there are actually 1,864 individual islands that dot the region. The tour will board a cruise in the
Canadian Thousand Island region (seasonal), which features the more famous sights and views of Thousand Islands, including the
renowned and romantic Boldt Castle. The castle was built in the 1890's by millionaire George Boldt for his beloved wife Louise.
We will also see "Shortest International Bridge in the World", a small footbridge across two islands located between Canada and the
United States. Afterwards, the tour heads for Ottawa, the Canadian Capital. There we will visit the magnificent Parliament Building
, as well as the stately Clock Tower nearby. The tour then proceeds to Montreal, unofficial capital for French Canadians. We will
tour the Olympic Tower, part of the Olympic Park built for the 1976 Gam
The tour departs for Quebec in the morning. We will visit Historic District of Old Quebec, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage
Site. There you will have the opportunity to stroll through the beautiful downtown district, in particular the European styled St. Louis
Gate, and see the massive Chateau Frontenac perched nearby the Saint Lawrence River. You will also visit Quebec LA Citadel,
an active military garrison that sits atop the hill overlooking the city. From there, we will cross the American border into Boston. The
tour arrives in Boston in the evening, where we will have the opportunity to visit downtown Boston. There will also be an opportunity
to partake in Boston's most famous export - the lobster - during dinner.
Please be informed that for safety reasons, the itinerary will be determined based on weather and road conditions, in winter months
(Dec - mid Mar), this tour may not visit Quebec.
We will take a city tour of Boston in the morning, beginning with the campuses of Harvard University and MIT, two of the most
prestigious places of higher learning in the world. The tour will continue to Boston Common, a 50 acre park in the heart of the city
and the oldest park in the United States, and the State House, the prominent golden-domed seat of the Massachusetts legislature,
which sits atop Beacon Hill. Season and weather permitting, we will take a harbor cruise* to observe Boston's working port and
examples of extravagant waterfront living. The vibrant Quincy Market is one of America's oldest gathering place
Today’s full day tour of New York City will begin at Ground Zero, site of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, then moving on to
nearby Wall Street, the heart of city’s the financial district, and Chinatown, the largest Asian community in the United States. Next,
on a waterway cruise* around New York City harbor, we’ll view the city’s magnificent skyline and sights including the busy South
Street Seaport, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge. We will visit Rockefeller Center, home to NBC Studios, and the
surrounding shopping district along Fifth Avenue, Mecca of the fashion industry and luxury brand retail stores. And no tour of New
York City would complete without a trip to the top of the Empire State Building*, where on the 86th floor, 1,050 feet above the
city's bustling streets, the observatory offers panoramic views from within a glass enclosed pavilion. Additional visits will include the
Hotel accomodation, transportation, and tour guide.
1. Full payment must be paid at least 30 days prior to departure date. Failure to comply with the payment requirement will result in cancellation of your reservation.
2. Please triple re-confirm the name used for reservation is the name listed on the passport. Once tickets are issued, penalties will apply for alternations.
3. Cancellation policy:
Air ticket once issued is 100% non-refundable.
Land only package:
(i). 15 days before departure: The Service Fee will be charged;
(ii). 8-14 days before departure: 50% of the tour fare will be charged;
(iii). Within 7 days of departure: No refund will be given.
4. No refund shall be given for any portions of the tour unused by the passenger on his/her own accord.
5. Since air tickets, accommodations, transportation and meals have to be arranged in advance in peak seasons such as Chinese New Year, Easter, summer vacation, Christmas and New Year, no change including departure date, name, tour, and itinerary is allowed.
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10:00PM 715 H Street At 7th St NW Washington, DC 20001 (Corner of 8th ST)