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PORTS OF CALL
Kings Wharf, Bermuda
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King's Wharf, part of the Royal Naval Dockyard, has something for everyone. Sample typical island food and stroll through the shops or the Dockyard's Maritime Museum. Sail the clear waters of Hamilton Sound. Find works by local artists at the Bermuda Arts Centre. If that's not enough, a snorkel park and water-sport facility offer hours of activities to the adventurous.
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History lies around every corner of this Massachusetts city, which was founded in 1630. Boston is best explored on foot; follow the three-mile Freedom Trail for a sampling of its most notable landmarks. The marked trail leads to 16 historic sites such as the Old North Church, the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall. At the trail's end, you can visit the USS Constitution, also known as "Old Ironsides." It's the oldest commissioned warship in the U.S. Navy. Other options: Visit one of Boston's extraordinary museums; explore Cambridge, home to Harvard (it's just across the Charles River); or stop by the Bull & Finch Pub -- it inspired the TV show "Cheers."
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Driving Directions and Parking Information
Port of Boston
Black Falcon Cruise Terminal
One Black Falcon Avenue
The Black Falcon Cruise Terminal (Port of Boston) is located 3 miles from the Boston Logan International Airport. Parking is $20.00 per day (rates subject to change by Port Authority).
From the North (coming south on I93): On the expressway downtown, inside the Liberty Tunnel, take Exit #23 (Purchase Street). At the top of the ramp, go to the traffic signal, and turn left onto Seaport Boulevard. Continue on Seaport Boulevard to the fifth traffic light (this is where Seaport Blvd becomes Northern Ave). Continue straight into the Boston Marine Industrial Park, following Northern Avenue. On the right is the entrance to the EDIC Garage for passenger parking.
From the South: Take I-93 north to Boston, take Exit 20 to I-90 East/Logan Airport. Once inside the tunnel headed toward Logan, take Exit 25/South Boston. At the traffic lights, you will be at Congress Street. Continue forward onto East Service Drive. At the next traffic signal, turn right onto Seaport Boulevard. Continue straight ahead—Seaport Boulevard changes to Northern Avenue--and proceed into the Marine Industrial Park. On the right is the entrance to the EDIC Garage for passenger parking.
From the West (Mass. Turnpike, I-90 Eastbound): Follow the Mass. Pike east toward Logan Airport. Keep to the right, past the I-90/I-93 interchange and enter a tunnel eastbound. In the tunnel, take Exit 25/South Boston. At the traffic lights, you will be at Congress Street. Continue forward onto B Street. At the next signal, turn right onto Seaport Boulevard. Continue straight ahead—Seaport Boulevard changes to Northern Avenue--and proceed into the Marine Industrial Park. On the right is the entrance to the EDIC Garage for passenger parking.
From Logan Airport (TW Tunnel, Mass. Turnpike, I-90 Westbound): Follow signs for the Ted Williams Tunnel (pay toll). Stay to the right in the Ted Williams Tunnel. After exiting the tunnel, follow the signs for Exit 25/South Boston, keeping to the center. At the traffic lights, you will be at Congress Street. Cross Congress Street onto B Street. At the next signal, turn right onto Seaport Boulevard. Continue straight ahead—Seaport Boulevard changes to Northern Avenue--and proceed into the Marine Industrial Park. On the right is the entrance to the EDIC Garage for passenger parking.
Serenade of the Seas
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This ship features loads of amenities to delight and entertain passengers. Sports enthusiasts can challenge themselves on the rock-climbing wall, golf simulators, putting green and sports court. Books, Books & Coffee, the ship's cafe and bookstore, appeals to coffeehouse goers. Filled with lush foliage and waterfalls, a beautiful solarium encourages tranquil afternoons by the pool. Get your workout in at the fitness center, or indulge in a spa treatment. Four themed entertainment venues within The Colony Club offer a place to play billiards, cards and games, plus retreats for lounging and enjoying cocktails and live music. Partake of a variety of fare served at specialty restaurants Chops Grille and Giovanni’s Table, or in the Reflections dining room. Dine al fresco at the Windjammer Cafe or in the privacy of your stateroom. Live musicals and stage shows draw crowds to the theater after dinner, and the glass elevators carry night owls to the disco on the uppermost deck of the ship.
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