Canada 2018 - Cruising the Saint Lawrence
At the end of September, we flew to New York for a few days of sightseeing before driving to Montreal to
join a Seabourn cruise down the St Lawrence River, through the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and then into the
Atlantic Ocean where we ended the cruise in Boston.  We once again enjoyed the company of Ken and
Barb Jonker.  Although the weather was cooler and more sun-free than we had expected, we did visit
some fascinating places of historic interest and witnessed the brilliant fall colors of the Northeast.
You can follow our journey in order or skip to different
pages (destinations) by clicking on the buttons.  On
each page, you have the option of going on to the
NEXT page, or returning to the Home page.  PEI is
Prince Edward Island, which along with Nova Scotia,
are the smallest Canadian provinces.
Our ship, The Quest, carried 378 passengers, which made it quite
comfortable. The service level was consistently superior, along with
the food and other amenities.  The only missing element was the
sun, which was missing on most of the cruise.  In the background
the fall colors dominate the hillside.