Exploring North America


Maree Webb.

Having just returned from the east coast of America, I thought there was no better time than to share the travel delights of this area.

My travels started in Washington DC, home to the President.

This city was beautiful, with lots of green spaces, and beautiful buildings with museums to cater for every calling. It was then a three hour coach drive to the Big Apple, New York, where I spent five nights on the Upper East Side.

I explored the very moving 9/11 Monument and Museum, Statue of Liberty, Empire State building, and topped this off with a fabulous Broadway Show ‘Kinky Boots’ – and of course plenty of shopping.

Our next stop was five hours away by direct train straight to Boston, which is a very laid back city. Here I explored the historic towns of Lexington and Concord, where the American Revolution began. 

Next I was boarding my Holland America cruise ship ‘Maasdam’ sailing from Boston to Montreal, discovering North America’s most scenic, historic, and culturally rich region on a Canada and New England cruise.

Perfect for family vacations, these cruises feature convenient homeports, historic seaports, dazzling cities, outdoor activities, and unforgettable sea life.

The summer weather was perfect, and if you prefer cooler times, this area is perfect to explore in the autumn where scenery will be a stunning mix of red and gold leaves.

And no trip to this area would be complete without a side trip to the stunning Niagara Falls, where America and Canada are just a river apart.

Call 07 577 9957 now to create your holiday to this stunning part of the world.