This is the river cruise for wine lovers!
Bordeaux is situated in southwest France on the Garonne river close to the Gironde estuary (largest estuary in Europe). It is France’s sixth largest city and is considered the wine industry capital of the world!
At only 5 and 1/2 hours from Newark, Iceland is the closest European destination where you can immerse yourself in a timeless landscape of wondrous and rugged natural beauty !
...of course it is indeed impossible to do Paris in a day. This great city deserves and rewards repeated visits to take in all it's history, splendor and charm.
On this particular trip we decided to tour the palace of Versailles and were rewarded with a beautiful sunny spring day which blossomed Paris to life after the recent rainy weather.
Experience the splendor of ancient North African civilizations dating back to the Roman Empire. Sumptuous cuisine and expert artisan craftsmanship in pottery, leather, jewelry in the old city market places. Varied scenery from the long coastline bordering the Atlantic and the Mediterranean to the high Atlas Mountains and the serenely mystical Sahara desert.
Victoria is the capital of British Columbia and is situated on Vancouver Island - easily reachable via ferry from Vancouver (city) on mainland Canada.
The Agency is headed to Belize this week to explore the jungles, waterfalls, the Cayes & Key's and even some upscale properties of Frank Coppola!
Enjoy the high standards of quality, luxury, service, and all-inclusive value that have earned this extraordinary ship the ranking of "Top 20 Small Cruise Ships" from Condé Nast Traveler for its 15th year in a row.
The Disney Magic cruise ship truly is magic. Great for kids and adults alike, the ship is beautiful and there plenty of great activities for all ages!
New Mexico - Land of Enchantment. No place exemplifies that feeling better for me than Taos and the surrounding area.
It's time to consider an Alaska Cruise - it will be one of your best vacations and you don't even need to leave the country!
Winter in lowland Scotland can be accompanied by quite mild weather. Either way, the rugged landscape always stands out. There are also many historical sites that can be experienced indoors...and many old fine warm pubs waiting for you at the end of the day to add some cheer