CANADA & ALASKA - 2 LAST-MINUTE TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES!
Two travel opportunities are quickly coming to a close. Although departure dates are a still ways in the future, reservation books are closing soon and additional reservations will not be able to be accepted. The two exciting experiences with fast approaching deadlines are: ALASKA ADVENTURE #2 – July 3/14 (first Alaska departure has been “sold out” for quite some time) and CANADA’S BEST – ROCKIES, RAILS, RESORTS – May 9/18. Detailed brochures and additional information are easily obtained by contacting Please Go Away™ Vacations at either 800-362-9347 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Listed below are several unusual facts that make both of these departures exceptionally worthwhile experiences to add to your travel achievements.
ALASKA ADVENTURE #2:
Ø There are more active glaciers and ice fields in Alaska than in the rest of the inhabited world (you’ll see many glaciers “up close” and “hear” them calve).
Ø The population of Alaska is only 670,053 and compared to the population of bears in Alaska, there is 1 bear for every 21 people.
Ø Alaska is the largest state in the union, covering 570,373 square miles, approximately one fifth of the entire United States.
Ø Juneau is the only capital in the U.S. accessible only by boat or plane (you’ll visit this state capital city).
Ø Giant vegetables are common due to the extremely long days in summer, which account for a record cabbage weighing in at 94 pounds (you’ll see them).
Ø Mt. McKinley is the tallest mountain in the U.S. (Alaska is home to 16 of the 20 highest mountains in the country).
Ø You’ll enjoy the most beautiful train ride in the world (all train travel is only during daylight hours).
Ø You’ll stay in world-class resorts with unmatched views of nature.
Ø You’ll walk on a glacier and have the opportunity to drink pure glacier water melted from ice more than a million years old.
Ø The travel pace is slow and relaxed, with maximum emphasis on nature’s wonders.
Ø You’ll learn why many of Canada’s outstanding lakes are emerald green.
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