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Fall Colors in Quebec and Vermont

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Trip Length: 8 Days/ 7 Nights

Prices from: $2,995 pp/do*

Single Price: $3,895 pp

Sale: One Time Departure in 2017!!
Book by: 09/30/2017

2017 Dates: October 11-18

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 Fall Foliage

Fall in the Northeast is legendary. While there are many wonderful ways to enjoy the fall colors, we believe the best way to travel is by luxury train. Enjoy this leisurely holiday aboard the ‘Montreal Limited’ which boasts a comfortable club car with large windows, spacious seats an attentive crew, fresh flowers, an open bar and meals, wine and spirits included. Travel the majestic Canadian Pacific Railway from New York to Montreal which includes a day trip via the Hudson River Valley through the famous Adirondacks and past Lake Champlain. Enjoy afternoon tea with scones and cream cakes as you take in the beautiful fall colors. Join us on this unforgettable trip to see the fall colors!

Trip Highlights

  • Professional tour manager on the trip with you from start to finish to answer questions and take care of details.
  • Travel from New York City to Montreal aboard the vintage ‘Montreal Limited’.
  • 3-night stay at Le Westin Montreal Hotel, plus Montreal city sightseeing tour.
  • Day trip aboard Via Rail from Montreal to Quebec City, with an overnight stay at Loews le Concorde Hotel along the Grand Allee. An included sightseeing tour will take you to Montmorency Falls, the Citadel and old town.
  • 3-night stay in Burlington, Vermont at the Doubletree Burlington, giving plenty of time to visit unique stops like Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory, and more.
  • Passage from Vermont to New York City, Washington DC or other Northeastern points aboard the ‘Vermonter’ train.
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Day 1: Board the ‘Montreal Limited’ this morning at New York’s Penn Station. Ride the Canadian Pacific Railway to Montreal, with stunning views of the Adirondacks and Hudson River Valley. Enjoy Afternoon Tea while the train rides past Lake Champlain. Overnight at Le Westin Montreal Hotel.

Day 2: Take the morning to sleep in before the city tour which will take us to Mount Royal, the Westmount area and St. Laurent. Tonight we’ll visit le Grand Cafe for our Welcome Dinner.

Day 3: Today is for your personal exploration of Montreal at your own pace. Try a horse drawn carriage ride, take a long lunch on Boulevard St. Laurent, or go shopping on Sherbrooke St. Or ask us about booking Via Rail for a day trip to Ottawa!

Day 4: Board Via Rail for the beautiful ride to Quebec City. We’ll have time for a complete sightseeing tour of the city, including the Cidatel and Montmorency Falls. We’ll check in to our hotel, the Loews le Concorde. The evening is free for you to explore.

Day 5: This morning we’ll enjoy a scenic drive through the countryside towards Vermont. We’ll stop for shopping and lunch on-your-own. We’ll arrive and check in to Doubletree Burlington around 4:30pm. Tonight we’ll head to The Essex for dinner, proudly featuring farm-to-table meal options with local ingredients.

Day 6: Burlington has much to offer! We’ll start with the famous Von Trapp (The Sound of Music) family home, with the tour led by one of the Von Trapp family members. You’ll have time in the afternoon to explore before we gather back together for a tour of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream factory… yes, we’re encouraging you to have ice cream before dinner!

Day 7: Our local guide will take us to the sites today: Lake Champlain Chocolate Factory, the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, and the Shelburne Museum – home to over 150,000 works on display in 39 exhibition buildings! This afternoon we’ll visit a local vineyard to learn about their award winning wine during their first harvest of fall. We’ll board the Spirit of Ethan Allen III for our Farewell Dinner, enjoying a dinner cruise on Lake Champlain!

Day 8: After breakfast, a motor coach will take you to the train station in Essex. From there, you’ll travel through Connecticut and New York.

Photo Credit: Uncommon Journeys