We will be on your cruise. there is a Meet and Greet arranged on Sept 19th at 10:oo AM to 11:30 AM on deck 13 at Star Bar if you would like to join and talk with other cruisers.
This is our fourth time on this itinery. some advise that i would give you is as follows:
Book a tour in sydney Nova Scotia. The town is very small and there is not too much to do. Fort Lousibourg is grest but involves alot of walking so
probably would not be good for your group. We have booked the Sydney
area historical drive.
Bar harbour is delightful and you will enjoy just strolling down the main street whcih has all types of lovely little shops.
We love Quebec city but it may be hard walking for the older members of your grup. The streets are cobblestone in the old part of town and it is very hilly . However where the ship docks you can take the funicular
up to the old historic town and stroll alomg the boardwalk in front of the Chateau Frontenac hotel. It is a beautiful sight.
At halifax, the waterfront histoirc propeties also is a boardwalk area and you can stroll and sti as you move along the waterfront. The toru to Peggy's cove is a good one whcih we have taken in the past.
Stl John new Brunswick does not have a lot to do either so i would reccommend a tour.
We will look forward to meeting you on board
Hazel & Brian