An Evening with Rocky Mountaineer

40 days until 150!
Did you know that Canada turns 150 years old in 2017?!
It’s the 150th anniversary of confederation. See . How cooll is that?!
And… the big news over the last couple of weeks.  Canada is now considered a “hot” destination.Did you also know that Canada has been named the top place to visit in 2017?
And – did you know that Canada has a new national bird?  It’s the Whiskey Jack, or Gray Jay. And it’s found all along the Rockies. 
So, there really has
Never a better time… 

Never a better way…

See Canada.

Isn’t it time you take “one of the world’s best life-changing trips” onboard the Rocky Mountaineer?
You’re invited to come and learn more!
Join me this Monday, November 28th, at 6:30 pm at Ale Amberwood Lounge & Eatery in (connected to the Amberwood Golf Course on 54 Springbrook Drive in Stittsville) to learn more about this amazing journey!  We’ll be sharing all the wonderful things that an experience onboard the Rocky Mountaineer entrails – and – group departure of June 19, 2017.
Call me at 613-837-0699 or email me at [email protected] if you’d like to join us.
Please come learn about the Rocky Mountaineer. National Geographic calls their “rail journey one of the ‘World’s Greatest Trips’. ” And I couldn’t agree more.  And while you’re welcome to take my word for it, do know there are lots of other people who think this train journey is a phenomenal bucket list trip too. See the list of accolades here

The Rocky Mountaineer has “hosted over 1.5 million guests from across the globe, with rave reviews about the magic and wonder of a train trip through the majestic Canadian Rockies.” Watch the promo video.
And you can watch this video of my journey onboard the Rocky Mountaineer.
No worries if you’re not in town that day – you’d still be welcomed onboard the group departure I’m hosting on June 19th, 2017.
Want to be tempted?  Here are some pictures of my journey with them a couple of years ago.
It really is an incredible journey!  The two full days onboard the Gold Leaf service on the Rocky Mountaineer is fully complemented by the touring and stays in Jasper Park Lodge, Lake Louise, Banff, and Calgary. Canada really is a beautiful country.
Why don’t you come next Monday night to learn more?
Contact me at [email protected] or call at 613-837-0699.  You can also rsvp here

I’ve invited Anthony Chamy of Rocky Mountaineer to Ottawa for the presentation. So, let’s gather at ALE to learn about travel with this great rail journey, and also possibly join a group trip next June.

ALE is giving us the venue for free, so please reward them with your patronage. Come and order dinner and drink with them. Parking is free and plentiful. Accessible entry.

Best regards,