Happy Holidays From All At Rainbow Travel.

Did you know Santa is being tracked! For more than 50 years, NORAD and its predecessor, the Continental Air Defense Command (CONAD) have tracked Santa’s Christmas Eve flight. The tradition began in 1955 after a Colorado Springs-based Sears Roebuck & Co. advertisement for children to call Santa misprinted the telephone number. Instead of reaching Santa,Continue reading “Happy Holidays From All At Rainbow Travel.”

We all love our Chocolate how about a chocolate-themed cruise?

We all love our Chocolate how about a chocolate-themed cruise?  If your anything like me you can’t let a day go by without a chocolate fix, especially coming from the U.K. I have my Cadburys Chocolate to give me a taste of home and keep me happy here in Canada. I came across this luxuryContinue reading “We all love our Chocolate how about a chocolate-themed cruise?”

Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights.

Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights. Now that the Chinese government has finally granted Canada Approved Destination Status, the goal is to increase at least a 50-per-cent increase in the number of Chinese visitors by 2015. Starting in June 2010, Air China will add three more Vancouver-Beijing flights per week, going from seven toContinue reading “Airlines gear up for more Vancouver-Beijing flights.”

It’s Not Too Late To Book Last Minute Holiday Flights!

It’s Not Too Late To Book Last Minute Holiday Flights! From now until early January many U.S. airlines are waiving advance purchase rules for the holidays. Yes you can still book last minute to travel within the States and also here to Canada, to name just a few, American, United, Delta, Northwest, US Airways, Frontier,Continue reading “It’s Not Too Late To Book Last Minute Holiday Flights!”

Maui Whale Festival Celebrates Humpback

  Maui Whale Festival Celebrates Humpback   My clients here in British Columbia escape the winter weather by taking their vacation in Hawaii. What better reason to combine a vacation with Hawaii’s Whale Watching Festival. The warm “winter” weather of Hawaii not only attracts human visitors, but also endangered humpback whales. While whale watching canContinue reading “Maui Whale Festival Celebrates Humpback”

Special Cruise Prices For Single Travelers

The offer is from MSC Cruises for Caribbean 7nt Cruises. As a single guest you can book an interior, ocean view, or balcony stateroom on select MSC Cruises’ 2009-10 Caribbean itineraries with rates starting at only $649. Usually single travelers are penalized with rates as high as double the twin rate so I hope thatContinue reading “Special Cruise Prices For Single Travelers”

Amsterdam to Clean up

What’s the first thing you think of when Amsterdam is mentioned? Well if it’s the Red Light District things are going to change. Amsterdam is trying to clean up it’s Red Light District, overflowing with den’s of iniquity, coffee shops and dope smoke. At it’s height there were an estimated 450 spots showcasing working women,Continue reading “Amsterdam to Clean up”

Fairmont Vancouver Airport from $99.00!

You ask me to recommend a hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia, it has to be the Fairmont Vancouver Airport. I have been lucky enough to stay there twice for FREE!!!. Once as a travel agent when it first opened its doors, wow I can’t believe its been 10 years already. The second time as aContinue reading “Fairmont Vancouver Airport from $99.00!”

The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto.

The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto. There is still time to see a very important aspect of the Israeli and Jewish culture dating back thousands of years. “The words that changed the world”, that’s what the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) calls them Widely considered among the greatest archaeological finds of the past century,Continue reading “The Dead Sea Scrolls on show in Toronto.”