February

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A Woman's World: Our Hopes & Dreams

Meet some of the women who’ve traveled with Grand Circle and our sister company, OAT—and hear them describe, in their own words, how their experiences abroad have enriched their lives.

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St. Petersburg: Of Darkness and Light

On our first day in St. Petersburg, we visited a memorial to the victims of the 900-day Siege of Leningrad—the Monument to the Heroic Defenders, it was called. There are engravings on the walls, dedicated to those who refused to surrender to the Nazis—soldiers and civilians alike. It was a reminder—like so many others I’ve seen in Eastern Europe—of the things humans are capable of doing to one another...

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Russia: Soup & Salad to Warm the Soul

We’ve been feeling winter’s chill here at our Boston headquarters: days spent in cozy sweaters and boots, drinking hot beverages, and enjoying the pleasures of warm nights indoors with a book. If there’s anywhere in the world that can rival a New England winter, however, it has to be Russia...

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Russia From the Crows’ Nest

When Hugh Crow was on board on a submarine off the Russian coast during the Cold War, he could only dream about seeing the sights above sea level like the historical landmarks of Moscow and imperial treasures of glittering St. Petersburg—was just a dream...

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Ships in Tip-Top Shape

I’ve always known that we have terrific ships at Grand Circle Cruise Lines—we’ve worked hard to design the best vessels for each waterway and hire the friendliest English-speaking crew from the regions where we travel. But the most important thing, of course, is that our travelers agree...

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