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Tours & Cruises

New York
Moutarde, in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
New York
Abundant with possibilities, New York presents cruise passengers with unlimited options for a shore-side day trip. (Carolyn Cole / LAT)
Seattle
Seattle’s Pike Place Market, a carnival of restaurants and retail, sets the tone for a cruise passenger’s quick tour of the city. (Kevin P. Casey / For The Times)
Seattle
Adjacent to the waterfront, the Seattle Art Museum’s “Hammering Man” celebrates the city’s industrial past. (Kevin P. Casey / For The Times)
Galveston
The Galveston trolley takes riders back to an era of great mansions in the Texas coastal city. (Patty Wood /For The Times)
Galveston
Open to visitors as a museum, the Moody Mansion is exemplary of Galveston’s so-called “Broadway Beauties.” (Patty Wood / For The Times)
Queen Mary 2
The Queen Mary 2 sets sail amid smaller craft plying the waters off San Francisco. (Eric Risberg / AP)
Miami
Hotel Nash, a signature Art Deco property in Miami, signifies South Beach chic. (Beverly Beyette / LAT)
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
The pool’s cool at the Pillars at New River Sound in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and so is the boutique hotel’s library, parlor and private dock. (Beverly Beyette / LAT)
Cruise
Easy Cruise ship in Nice Harbor as it takes a break from cruising the Mediterranean along the French Coast. (Susan Spano / LAT)
Cruise
In this photo released by Carnival Cruise Lines, the Carnival cruise ship Fantasy is lit up at the Port of New Orleans Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006. On Thursday Oct. 26, the ship is to begin regularly scheduled, four-and five-day cruises to Mexico from New Orleans, marking the resumption of New Orleans as an origination port for Miami-based Carnival Cruise Lines. Carnival was the first company to embark from New Orleans on a year-round basis, but it has not been able to base a cruise ship here since prior to Hurricane Katrina. (Carnival Cruise Lines)
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