on October 9, 2003
To be on a Eastern Canada cruise, you must enjoy the sights and sounds of the east coast. On some of the tours/excursions, there are meals provided and these may include (highlight) lobster or other types of seafood specialties. Everyone knows that the seafood out east is good, but it really is different when you're acutally there tasting it. Freshly steamed lobster and maybe a side order of shrimp is a perfect combo, but one thing is that it doesn't come cheap. Unless it is offered by the cruise during one of the meals, it can be very expensive. The eating excursions try to exploit this, so they can run from $40-95 per person. It's not all wasted, since it is something that every seafood lover should try.
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