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Sail, Sip, and Savor

Post Cruise Tour — Vancouver, BC, Victoria, BC and Seattle, WA

Welcome to Vancouver!

Vancouver promises boundless mountain and ocean vistas, mild climate and abundance of outdoor activities. Consistently ranked as one of the world’s most livable cities, Vancouver is an ethnically diverse metropolis, which is reflected in its amazing dining assortment. City highlights include Stanley Park, a stunning 1000-plus acre complex of natural beauty and attractions including the Vancouver Aquarium, gardens and pavilion; the fascinating Museum of Anthropology; hip and contemporary Gastown; and the shopping mecca of Robson Street.

May 10th and 11th: Sutton Place Hotel

Few hotels can rival the elegance, European charm, and hospitality of The Sutton Place Hotel. One of Vancouver’s most beautiful boutique hotels situated in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The spectacular setting allows guests to experience exceptional service and all the needed amenities within the cosmopolitan ambiance of the city. 

May 10th: Ride the Victoria Clipper and Tour Victoria, BC and Butchart Gardens

Hope you still have your sea legs….depart the ship, drop off your luggage and board the Victoria Clipper for your fun trip over water to Victoria. There you will enjoy a Victoria City and Butchart Gardens Tour. Everything will be in bloom and the Gardens will be a special experience. very

May 11th: Hop On and Hop Off Tour of Vancouver, BC

Tour at your own pace.
The City Attractions Loop Tour is the easy way to enjoy the most popular spots: from Downtown, Stanley Park, Chinatown, Gastown, to Granville Island and more! All 30 stops are fully commentated so you’ll discover what makes this spectacular city so special.
First pick up is at 9:00 AM and last pick up is at 4:00 PM

May 12th: Ride the Rails and Mosey on down to Seattle, WA

Seattle offers a picturesque urban center surrounded by snow-capped mountains and sparkling waterways. Situated on the edge of Puget Sound, the city is the natural jumping off point for a Northwest getaway. The region offers numerous attractions, a rich musical heritage, coffee culture and world class cuisine, and Washington state has more than 800 award-winning wineries, stunning natural scenery and abundant wildlife.
  • Amtrak's Empire Builder leads it's train East through Glacier on a crisp Thursday morning in July. (7-2-2009 at 10:42 AM). Photo by Mitch Goldman

May 12th, 13th and 14th: Mayflower Park Hotel

Greeting patrons for almost 90 years, The Mayflower Park Hotel is the longest continuously operating hotel in Seattle. Ideally located in thriving downtown Seattle, the Mayflower Park is in the heart of the city. Built in 1927, the classic Mayflower Park Hotel has been lovingly restored with crystal chandeliers, gleaming brass and period antiques that offer an inviting European elegance to this historic Seattle hotel. The building’s facade—complete with ornate terra cotta detailing—evokes a sense of history the minute the building meets your gaze.

May 13th: Emerald City Hop On and Hop Off Tour of Seattle, WA

The Emerald City Trolley is Seattle’s only iconic hop-on/hop-off open-air tour to major destinations. Jump on or off the trolley at any one of the 12 stops as often as you like. You’ll see all the Seattle icons from the Space Needle to the EMP Museum, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle’s sports stadiums and more

May 15th: Sleep in, enjoy a Seattle Breakfast and fly home from Sea-Tac Airport with warm memories until next time!