19585
Maine & Canadian Maritimes
On the Road: New England and the Canadian Maritimes
From Portland, Maine to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, explore unique ecosystems, maritime history, idyllic villages and world-famous cuisine with local experts.
Rating (4.8)
Program No. 19585RJ
Length
15 days
Starts at
3,449
Meals
35 Meals
14 Breakfasts
13 Lunches
8 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Low Salt, Low Fat, Gluten Free
Lodging
Lodgings may differ by date. Select a date to see the lodgings specific to that date.
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Sep 20, 2017 - Oct 04, 2017
  • Aug 16, 2017 - Aug 30, 2017
  • Sep 06, 2017 - Sep 20, 2017
  • Sep 20, 2017 - Oct 04, 2017
2 nights
Portland
Set along the beautiful shores of Casco Bay, the Holiday Inn® Portland - By the Bay hotel's location in Portland, Maine combines convenience, entertainment and beauty to create the perfect environment for every traveler. Offering a waterfront view that extends to the Calendar Islands, the hotel's setting fully captures the beauty and culture of Portland, Maine
1 night
Bucksport
Situated at the mouth of the Penobscot River, the Fort Knox Park Inn offers superb views of Fort Knox State Park and the Penobscot Narrows Bridge and Fort Knox from every room. A paved riverfront walkway extends along the riverfront, marked with bronze plaques that describe Bucksport’s paper-making and ship-building history. The hotel’s location provides easy access to our visit of Castine, Maine.
1 night
Saint Andrews-by-the Sea
The St. Andrews Motor Inn is a small property located on the main street of this lovely town. While the facility itself is very basic, the motel boasts an enviable waterfront location, and every room has a very large private balcony overlooking the Bay of Fundy. Road Scholar group meals will be served at its sister property, the Kennedy Inn, located 350 yards down Water Street. Please note on your health and safety questionnaire if you prefer a ground floor room.
1 night
Hopewell Cape
The Hopewell Rocks Motel is a clean and simple, family-run property that overlooks the Bay of Fundy. Its close proximity to the Hopewell Rocks site provides the possibility of exploring the area both upon arrival in the late afternoon and again in the morning, ensuring a complete experience of the extreme differences in tide levels on the Bay of Fundy.
2 nights
Charlottetown
From the moment you step into the grand lobby of this four and a half star hotel with its marble floors and barrel--vaulted ceilings, you will be surrounded by the historic elegance that sets Rodd Charlottetown Hotel in a class apart from all other Island hotels. Built in 1931 by CN Railways, Rodd Charlottetown features the elegance and attention to detail synonymous with the historic Canadian National Railway Hotels. Guestrooms at Rodd Charlottetown are tastefully decorated with fine impeccable replicas of period furnishings, draperies, and linens -- truly distinctive hotel guestrooms. All guests have access to a common living room and roof--top garden with spectacular views of the Charlottetown Harbour. In the middle of the "old world" charm, guests will enjoy the convenient amenities of an indoor pool, fitness room, sauna, and whirlpool. Rodd Charlottetown Hotel is located in the downtown core, only a 1/2 block from the Confederation Centre of the Arts, shopping, and Charlottetown's business district.
2 nights
Baddeck
Gisele’s Inn is a family-owned and operated inn situated on the shores of Bras d’Or Lakes, known for it’s charm, warmth and hospitality.
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