What do Norwegian Cruise Line, Halifax, and Trent Jordan Vancouver tours all have in common? The obvious answer is “Canada,” but that’s not the answer I’m looking for. The real answer is “How and where my friends are visiting Canada this Fall.”
For some reason, Canada seems to be the place that everyone is going this year. They’re exploring our Northern neighbor, from Peggy’s Cove to the Olympic Village in Vancouver, and everywhere in between. They’re going there by plane, car, and cruise ship. And … most importantly, they’re having a great time.
While walking the historic waterfront streets in Halifax during a port call by a NCL ship or a personal whale watching trip hosted by Trent Jordan Vancouver tours sound like fun, there is only one way I want to see Canada – by rail!
I could easily spend a week or two riding the VIA Rail between Vancouver and Halifax, taking in the natural beauty of the Country. With stops in places like Winnipeg, Toronto, Montreal, and more, I could get a good mix of rural and urban Canada. And, to complete the trip, I’ll upload my Gordon Lightfoot CD to my mp3 player and listen to his “Railroad Trilogy” as we roll along.
However you visit Canada, I hope you have a great time and enjoy your stay. It is a beautiful (and friendly) country.