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<ul><li><p>Toronto &amp; Niagara Falls </p><p>2 nights discovering Toronto &amp; Niagara Falls. Pre-cruise itinerary v#4327 </p><p>Niagara Falls Toronto </p><p>DAY 1 October 24, 2014 </p><p>Arrival at Toronto Pearson Airport with Meet and Greet Staff with customized Crystal signage will greet </p><p>guests as they exit into the airport. </p><p>Transfer to the Sheraton Centre Toronto by deluxe motor coach: </p><p>Hotel Accommodations </p><p>Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, near all of Toronto's attractions and connected to the financial and </p><p>entertainment districts by way of the PATH, a 16-mile underground network of shops and services. </p><p>Shopping, Mirvish Toronto theatres, world-class dining at downtown Toronto restaurants, and Toronto </p><p>museums are steps away. </p><p>Once guests have settled into their rooms, they will have free time for personal discoveries and </p><p>the rest of the evening including dinner will be at leisure. </p><p>DAY 2 October 25, 2014 </p><p>Best of Niagara City Tour </p><p>Breakfast at the Sheraton Centre Toronto </p><p>8:00 Departure for full day tour of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Niagara Falls by deluxe motor </p><p>coach. </p><p>Your excursion will be conducted by a professional licensed tour guide. </p><p>9:30 Tour of Niagara-on-the-Lake with time for personal discoveries </p><p>Niagara-on-the-Lake is home to 28 different wineries, each as unique as the wines they create. </p><p>Nestled among beautiful orchards, these large estates, medium-sized operations and small boutiques </p><p>offer a wide selection of award-winning and famous vintages and ice wines, as well as up and coming </p><p>labels. Famous for its Heritage District, Niagara-on-the-Lake proudly presents a delightful shopping </p><p>experience for visitors of all ages. Whether you are looking for antique shops, specialty foods, wines, </p><p>or unique gifts, the merchants of Niagara-on-the-Lake will deliver a multitude of exceptional options. </p><p>12:00 Lunch at the Peller Estates in Niagara-on-the-Lake </p><p>Peller Estates is a special place, where people come to celebrate the joy of great wine, great food and </p><p>great company. Its also a place rich in history where you can learn and celebrate the many wonderful </p><p>nuances of wine and the winemaking process: growing and tasting, pairing and serving, buying and </p><p>cellaring. Sweeping vineyard views and a warm ambiance make it easy to relax and enjoy lifes simple </p><p>pleasures. Chef Jason Parsons showcases his talent with evolving seasonal menus and Winemaker </p><p>Lawrence Buhlers expert wine pairing skill ensures a truly memorable meal. </p></li><li><p>13:30 Transfer to Niagara Falls with a tour of Niagara Falls </p><p>Niagara is one of the most attractive four-season destinations in the world. From the sheer spectacle </p><p>of Niagara Falls to the regions renowned wine country, from its rich history to its beautiful parks and </p><p>hiking and biking trails, Niagara overflows with things to see and do. The attractions are abundant and </p><p>appealing. With its spectacular natural setting between two Great Lakes and bordering the Niagara </p><p>River, the region is a peninsula that rises up into a towering escarpment, and while Niagara Falls may be the areas most famous natural attraction, it is just one of Niagaras many wonders. </p><p>15:00 Cruise excursion on board the Maid of the Mist </p><p>The Maid of the Mist is by far the most famous attraction in Niagara Falls other than the Falls itself. </p><p>Debuting in 1846, the Maid of the Mist is North Americas oldest tourist attraction and has been </p><p>ridden by dignitaries and celebrities such as Princess Diana, Marilyn Monroe, former Soviet President </p><p>Mikhail Gorbechev and Brad Pitt. The Maid of the Mist is a powerful diesel-engined boat which will </p><p>take you from the Canadian docks past the base of the American Falls, then into the basin of the </p><p>magnificent Canadian Horseshoe Falls. A historical ride aboard these world-famous boats is a half </p><p>hour thrill of a lifetime, as water rushes all around giving you the opportunity to `soak` in the excitement </p><p>and explore the roar of the Falls. A recyclable souvenir raincoat is provided to help keep you dry from </p><p>the mist and spray. </p><p>DAY 2 October 25, 2014 </p><p>Best of Niagara City Tour </p><p>16:00 Time for personal discoveries in Niagara Falls </p><p>17:00 Guests meet the guide and vehicle for a return to Toronto </p><p>Guests will return to the Sheraton Centre Toronto. </p><p>Once guests have settled into their rooms, they will have some time to freshen up before </p><p>dinner. </p><p>19:30 Departure from the Sheraton Centre Toronto to the CN Tower </p><p>The 360 Restaurant makes its rotating room overlooking the city a dignified dining experience. The CN </p><p>Tower restaurant received a major facelift, making the transition from tourist hotbed to an upscale </p><p>dining experience. The gorgeous view goes without saying, at approximately 1,151 feet above ground </p><p>level. With executive chef Peter George at the helm, the restaurant has become a place people come </p><p>to eat as well as check out the view. The restaurant offers market-fresh cuisine, featuring regional </p><p>ingredients, and also offers an award-winning wine selection of more than 550 international and </p><p>Canadian wines from its cellar in the sky. </p><p>Roundtrip transportation by deluxe motor coach to and from the venue is included. </p><p>DAY 3 October 26, 2014 </p><p>Departure for Quebec City </p><p>Breakfast at the Sheraton Centre Toronto </p><p>6:30 Departure to Pearson International Airport </p><p>Guests are transferred from the Sheraton Centre Toronto to Pearson International Airport by deluxe </p><p>motor coach. </p><p>8:30 Flight transfer from Toronto to Quebec City </p><p>Arrival at Jean Lesage International Airport with personalized meet and greet by Crystal </p><p>representatives. </p><p>10:45 Transfer to the ship by deluxe motor coach. </p><p>Arrival at the Port of Quebec! </p><p> $1365.00 per person double occupancy $1815.00 per person single occupancy </p><p>Important Air Information for Cruise-Only Guests: This pre-cruise program begins in Toronto, Canada. Guests should schedule flights arriving Toronto on October 24. Please e-mail your flight information to or fax 310 286 2412 at least 30 days prior to departure. </p><p></p></li><li><p>Flight Information Class of Service: Charter/Coach Date Carrier/Flight From/To Flight time Departure Arrival </p><p>26-OCT-2014 TBA YYZ/YQB 1 hour TBA TBA All flight information is tentative and is subject to change. </p><p> Note: The program of sights visited will be flexible due to many circumstances; it is not possible to </p><p>schedule an exact itinerary. Hotels and dining venues may change; however, alternative properties will be </p><p>of equal or better standard. Price includes all accommodations, sightseeing, transportation (including </p><p>coach-class domestic air), and meals as indicated, porterage, tips and mineral waters/wet towels provided </p><p>on your motor coach daily. International airfare, optional excursions, excess baggage charges, </p><p>personal and incidental expenses (room service, telephone, fax, etc.) and visa charges are not </p><p>included. A minimum number of guests are required for this program to operate. Please refer to </p><p>the 2014 Crystal Cruises Atlas for a complete listing of terms and conditions. </p><p>Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel 123 Queen Street West </p><p>Toronto, Ontario M5H 2M9 Phone: 416-361-1000 </p><p> Accommodations </p><p>Every effort is made to obtain accommodations at the best available hotels at a destination. </p><p>Due to the nature of the program request to upgrade, customize or extend this program will not be accepted. </p><p> Accessibility To fully appreciate the magnificent sights on this program, substantial walking, sometimes over uneven and steep surfaces, is unavoidable. This program is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties. Many of the program sights are not wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair-accessible rooms may be available at the hotels and must be requested in advance to ensure availability. </p><p> Important Visa Information Guests holding United States passports will not require a visa to enter Canada. Citizens of other countries, for whom requirements may vary, should contact their nearest embassy or visa service. Please contact your travel agent or visa service for applications. </p></li><li><p> Packing Information. It is recommended that clothes for layering are packed as there tends to be temperature fluctuations. </p><p>Clothing: It is recommended that guests pack clothes for layering. Lightweight jacket, waterproof windbreaker, loose-fitting trousers and t-shirts, casual evening attire, including a sweater. </p><p> Footwear: Lightweight sneakers/tennis shoes, sturdy walking shoes or hiking boots, sandals or flip-flops </p><p>Other Items: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and camera Weather </p><p>Toronto Average Temperatures MONTH CELSIUS FAHRENHEIT </p><p> Low High Low High </p><p>October 4.0 14.0 39.0 57.0 </p><p> Money Matters </p><p>Currency: The Canadian Dollar (abbreviated CAD) One CAD equivalent to 1.12 US dollar </p><p>Exchange: Foreign currency exchange is available at the airport and banks. Credit Cards: American Express, Visa, and MasterCard are widely accepted in most retail establishments. ATMs ATMs are available in many parts of Toronto - ensure you inform your bank before travelling </p><p>abroad, and be aware you may be charged for cash withdrawals. It is advisable to exchange some cash before arriving in Toronto. </p><p>Tipping: Tips for hotels, restaurants, and airport porters are included. Gratuities for tour guide and driver are discretionary. Your Crystal Escort can offer suggested guidelines. </p><p> Communication Telephone International direct-dial phones are available in each hotel room. </p><p>Email Service This service is also available at the hotels; guests should contact the reception desk for any further queries. </p><p> Electricity Current The electrical current in Canada is 120-240 volts (U.S. standard is 110-15 volts). A travel adapter </p><p>and converter are recommended. </p></li></ul>