East Coast Tour Plan

I have planned to take an east coast tour for a long time, but I have to make a lot of preparations ahead of time. At first, I need to make a detailed plan, which considers main destinations and rough expenditure; and then book hotels and plane tickets; at last I have to pack up my luggage. Every good trip Tour Planning needs good preparations, but I think it is worthwhile. I can fully enjoy myself in natural scenery or other new places. Except for delicious food and beautiful places, I also broaden my horizons and get much experience from each trip.

I will spend 7 days on this trip. Boston, Washington D.C., New York, and Niagara Falls are must-see places. Boston is my first destination. There are many top universities; I intend to visit Harvard University and MIT. I do not have enough time to take a Boston tour package, but I think a university tour is also very wonderful. And then I will take a Boston to Washington D.C. tour, which can show me around numerous monuments in the capital. Washington D.C. now has chilly rainy weather, so I’d better put a warm sweater in my luggage. I will spend one day here and then take a NYC to Niagara Falls tour. In New York, I want to visit Statue of Liberty, Time Square and Broadway. They are famous scenic spots and I think they will not disappoint me. My last destination is Niagara Falls, and I will stay here for 2 days. The waterfalls are great and wonderful; I think I will fall in love with it at the first sight. Absolutely, I will not miss the classical Maid of The Mist tour, which can take me to sight see the grand waterfalls. I can imagine the roaring sounds and great power of nature. It must be a thrilling experience. Furthermore, I can take exciting tunnels tour to explore other exciting scenery of the waterfalls. The trip may be a little busy, but I can sight see as many places as possible in this 7-day-tour. I hope I can take an enjoyable tour in the coming vacation.

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