Oct 3, 2021
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Fine wines, vintage trolleys and American surf culture abound throughout this weeklong cruise abundant in Golden State splendors and Baja scenery. Sip and savor flavorful Mexican high desert red wines in wineries throughout Valle de Guadalupe near Ensenada. Sample dim sum and steaming teas along the ornate and historic streets of San Francisco’s Chinatown. Browse small art galleries and artisan shops along the placid marina waterfront in nearby Sausalito. Lose yourself in John Steinbeck’s rustic settings along Monterey’s Cannery Row. Gaze across the Carmel Bay’s rugged cliffs and admire the centuries-old Lone Cypress along storied 17 Mile Drive. Delve into the shady recesses of centuries-old Mission Santa Barbara adorned with Spanish colonial art, or listen to growling surf rock guitars as you dine on fresh seafood and sourdough bread paired with handcrafted ales in a warm and inviting waterfront bar or casual beachside restaurants.
Visit La Bufadora, Ensenada’s impressive natural blowhole
Late night at Catalina Island affords time to try the tempting seafood there
Stroll Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco for a shrimp cocktail, sourdough bread and a stop at the Buena Vista for an Irish Coffee
Late night in Santa Barbara provides opportunities to sample the delicious Santa Ynez Valley wines and find the Mission Santa Barbara, founded in 1786
Discover the delightful strip of restaurants, bars and gift shops on famous Cannery Row in Monterey
There’s so much to see and do here plan extra time in San Diego, known as “America’s Finest City”
*Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, reflect all discounts and include non-discountable amounts. Taxes, Fees & Port Expenses are additional.