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February 2014
by Barbara Broadbent This stunning and affordable destination has become one of Europe’s “hot spots.” Visit traditional mediaeval cities with winding streets, city walls and oldtown squares; historic monuments and beautiful Roman or Austro-Hungarian architecture; pretty islands easily visited by a superb ferry system; spectacular mountains, rugged coastlines and sparkling lakes. And although many areas...
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by Barbara Broadbent EUROPEAN FLIGHTS, both seasonal and year-round, will be expanded this year to include new destinations and more departures. Transat Holidays, from Vancouver, will have 6 flights/week to London Gatwick; 4 per week to Paris; 4 per week to Frankfurt; 3 per week to Amsterdam; 2 per week to Amsterdam; and 1 per...
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by Lesli Heron Europe train travel is all about efficiency and comfort but it is also about experiences. Some of the most difficult terrain has given us the most picturesque journeys. The following are some of Europe’s best scenic train routes. Not necessarily the fastest journeys—just the most memorable! 1. Sarajevo to Mostar Traversing superb...
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Our great Travel Newsletter is now out for February. Take a moment to check it out!
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by Wendy Fougner   PASSPORTS Many countries do not allow you to travel with a water damaged passport. When travelling, make sure you not only protect your passport from theft, but also from liquid damage. You don’t want a note on fi le that you might be tampering with your passport. It may sound like...
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by Lesli Heron Nepal is an adventure seekers playground. Where else in the world can you go for a trek, paraglide, balloon ride, bungy jump off one of the world’s highest falls, bird watch, go for a safari in jungles home to one-horned rhinoceroses and royal Bengal tigers and still canoe or kayak in white...
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by Wendy Fougner A few years ago we embarked on a family vacation to new destinations with heritage connections. Our journey spanned seven countries in Scandinavia and the Baltics over the course of three weeks: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania. A bit of a whirlwind though a thoroughly enjoyable trip with plenty...
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by Barbara BroadbentA few year ago, Ian and I enjoyed a wonderful week in the Mediterranean on Windstar’s Windsurf, a 5-mast luxury yacht. We sailed from Venice down the east coast of the Adriatic, ending in Athens. Windstar’s award-winning service gives you the ability to choose, so you can enjoy what you like, when you...
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