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Olivia all lesbian cruise from Montreal to Boston. May 17, 2014 - Montréal, Canada Welcome to Montréal! Take a walk down colorful rue Ste. Catherine through the Village, the gay and lesbian neighborhood, and stop by Le Drugstore, the lesbian-owned bar and café. Marvel at intricate 17th century French architecture in the Old Port while eating Québécois-favorites, poutines and beavertails. Or hike up Mont Royal for a casual picnic in the park with locals and a magnificent view of the city. Whatever you choose to do, this is a city you won’t want to miss! Sun May 18, 2014 - Québec, Canada Take in the wonder of the walled city at Chateau Frontenac and ride the funicular or take the very steep steps to the Lower Town to stroll through the winding streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit an authentic sugar shack on the Isle of Orléans while driving through traditional, rural Québec. Snap an unforgettable photo of Montmorency Falls, 1 ½ times the height of Niagara Falls. And don’t miss out learning about the ghosts of the old city—the cobblestone streets and historic architecture set the stage for a fascinating visit to Québec’s past! Mon May 19, 2014 - Cruising Gulf of St. Lawrence Sailing through the largest estuary in the world, the Gulf of St. Lawrence is a gateway to the interior of the North American continent. As you cruise through this beautiful coastline, be sure to keep watch for migratory birds, whales, porpoises and seals. Who knows, you may see wildlife you’ve never seen before! Tue May 20, 2014 - Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island, the smallest of the Canadian provinces, is home to Victorian architecture, abundant parks, lighthouses and lobsters! Ride to the famous north shore through the red cliffs to see the house and farmland that inspired Anne of Green Gables. If your feet are tired, relax on a horse-drawn trolley and learn about Charlottetown’s incredible history. And if you like water excursions, hop aboard Top Notch to learn about the history of local fishing. You’ll even get to catch your own lobsters! Don’t forget your camera as you’ll have invigorating views of the gulf and the coast of New Brunswick. Wed May 21, 2014 - At Sea Relax on board and take in the rejuvenating ocean views and salt air during this day at sea. Curl up by the window with some friends and drink a glass of wine. Or join in one of the dozens of activities the Olivia staff has cooked up just for you! Take a dance lesson, play bingo, head to the casino, or treat yourself to a spa day...the choices are nearly endless! Thu May 22, 2014 - Bar Harbor, Maine From the stonewall-lined and tree-covered road leading you into the city, to the sweeping vistas from the top of Cadillac Mountain, there is a special mystique to Bar Harbor. Nestled on the east side of Mt. Desert Island, it is surrounded by Acadia National Park, one of the most beautiful national parks in the country. Hike or ride a horse-drawn carriage through the park and learn about the powerful glacier activity that gave Maine its rugged coast. Visit the Bar Harbor of yesteryear and see some Victorian mansions built by America’s wealthiest at the turn of the century. Before you leave, be sure to replenish yourself with an infamous Maine lobster bake. You’ll be full till morning! Fri May 23, 2014 - Provincetown, Massachusetts You’ve arrived at the most gay- and lesbian-friendly destination town in the country! Provincetown welcomes you with open arms and hanging signs! Located at the tip of Cape Cod, P-Town features white sand beaches, colonial architecture and beautiful sunsets. Not only does it boast a huge gay and lesbian community, it is also America’s oldest art colony and the birthplace of American playwriting. Stroll down Commercial Street, the main thoroughfare, and pop in to art galleries, kitschy LGBT shops and world-class restaurants. Climb the stairs of the Pilgrim Monument, a 252-foot tower, and be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Cape. Rent a bike and ride along P-Town’s north- or south-facing beaches in the warm sun. You may even make it to Truro Vineyards for a wine tasting! Sat May 24, 2014 - Boston, Massachusetts Even though you disembark today, Boston greets you with open arms! Take a famous duck tour through downtown, see a ballgame at Fenway Park or travel back to revolutionary times by walking the Freedom Trail. Finish your day off in front of the gold-domed state house at Boston Common, the location of the first legal gay marriage in the country in 2004.