Celebrate 2 Unique Events on 1 Trip: Diamond Jubilee Cruise AND Beatles 50th Year Anniversary

Now is the best time to visit Britain 2012 will be an incredible year for Britain. To mark 60 years of The Queen’s reign, the Diamond Jubilee will take place in 2012. The celebrations will centre around an extended weekend in 2012 on 2, 3, 4 and 5th June. The only other British monarch toContinue reading “Celebrate 2 Unique Events on 1 Trip: Diamond Jubilee Cruise AND Beatles 50th Year Anniversary”

Rainbow Travel Blog 7thMay10

Important Air Canada Information. Air Canada’s check-in for flights within Canada at Vancouver International Airport has temporarily been moved to the international terminal due to maintenance of the baggage system in the domestic terminal. This change will be in effect until May 22, 2010. Visa introduces World Cup Visitors Guide.   Visa has created anContinue reading “Rainbow Travel Blog 7thMay10”

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.”

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”

When I think of Spain…

I recently came across an article about the air quality in Spain. It got me to think…what does Spain mean to me? Well…for most people they associate Spain with things like the distinct architecture, Don Quixote, Pablo Picasso, Pedro Almodovar, football (aka soccer in North America), tapas, paella, flamenco, Ibiza, bull fighting, and the CastileContinue reading “When I think of Spain…”