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Old April 17th, 2011, 11:50 AM
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Has anyone been on the carnival Glory to Canada/New England area? Thinking of going in September. Any feedback? Is this a good time? Is it pretty? Anything?
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Sept up north is good, foliage usually starts and into Oct., weather starts to chill off some in preparation for winter. It may be cool to you, bring jacket just in case.
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Depending on when you go... here in Boston, in early Sept, we are just beginning to turn...Usually by mid Oct we are at peak....

To get the prettiest, I would say...go mid to late Sept and as you go up, it will be beautiful...
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I lived in New England most of my life. I have to agree with the others that mid to late September would be the best. The further north you go the more color you will see. Bring some warm clothes as the weather is beginning to turn going into winter. Have a wonderful cruise and enjoy the beautiful New England Scenery.


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