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April 12, 2012

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SelahBeth

Have you seen prices for flying within Canada. In most cases it's cheaper to fly to Europe, or even the US, than to fly from one part of Canada to another. Which is probably the biggest reason why a lot of Canadians travel to other countries on vacation instead of traveling in Canada.
Enjoy your trip, the Canadian Rockies are spectacular. The drive from BC to Alberta is gorgeous, and can be quite breathtaking, if you decide on that route.

Chad

The bus route from Seattle to Calgary would allow me to see the BC terrain, which would be an added bonus, at a low cost. If it's not this year, I'll do Alberta very soon. Thanks for the tip.

trips peru

This post is well written and informative. I don't comment often, but it doesn't cost me anything to say it when its true. Cheers.

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