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Europe - Monaco
The Principality of Monaco is both a city as well as a country, and is the second-smallest nation in the world. Monaco packs in a surprising amount of things to do in this space, offering marvelous landscapes and sea views unique to the South of France. Enjoy a helicopter tour, rent a car and explore on your own, or board the Azur Express for an impressive tour of all of Monaco's magnificent sites. Sights to see: Monte Carlo, Grand Casino and Place du Palais.
Caribbean - New Orleans
Two words always come to mind when you think about New Orleans: Mardi Gras. But it's so much more than that. Anyone interested in food, history or music - as well as romantics of all sorts - will enjoy a visit to New Orleans. The weather can be extremely hot, just like the Cajun and Creole dishes this town is famous for. If your cruise is departing from New Orleans, you may want to spend an extra day or two here, exploring this fascinating city.
You can't say you've been to New Orleans…
Europe - Palma de Mallorca
The largest island off the coast of Spain, this Balearic island of Mallorca has been inhabited for many thousands of years, and Palma is its capital. Palma has in recent times transformed into not only a tourist-friendly destination, but one that has become a favored summer vacation spot for Spanish royalty. It's deservedly famous for such natural wonders as its golden-sand beaches, tall pine groves and towering cliffs. The landscape is as varied as the northern mountains and the southern flatlands…
Caribbean - Grand Turk
Grand Turk is the largest of the Turks Islands, which are named after an indigenous cactus that actually looks like it's wearing a fez (the Turkish tassel hat). You won't find many fezzes on the island, as there simply aren't that many heads there to wear them! With a population of less than 4,000, what you will find is plenty of room to relax — or swim, dive or fish, and just the weather for doing it; the average temperature ranges from 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit, and a typical year in Grand…