Chris Lischynski – The Great Canadian Travel Co.

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March 18, 2020 | Lois Farley

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to affect the communities where we live and work (and communities around the world where we love to travel), please know that we are working diligently to assist our clients. Those who are currently travelling we’re assisting to get home safely; those booked to travel over …

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March 11, 2020 | Lois Farley

With Saint Patrick’s Day coming up a lot of people’s minds turn to Ireland and all things Irish. And, those of us lucky enough to be Irish or are of Irish descent, particularly so! My ancestors on both sides of my family emigrated to Canada from Ireland back in the …

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February 27, 2020 | Allison Silvaggio

Allison Silvaggio is one of our adventurous Travel Consultants at Great Canadian Travel and, like you, she loves the Polar Bears. She’s been to Churchill, Manitoba to see the polar bears and is an expert in having the best polar bear adventure experience. Allison travelled to Churchill and has some …

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Come From Away

July 05, 2017 | Chris Lischynski

My husband and I always wanted to travel to the East Coast.

One day, we were discussing with some friends from Calgary that we need to meet for dinner. They suggested seafood, one thing led to another and we had flights booked to St. John’s Newfoundland.

 

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Cruising the Norwegian Fjords

July 26, 2016 | Chris Lischynski

Sounds idyllic, and it is! Norway as a cruise destination was fabulous, stunning scenery and had many interesting places to visit.

My husband and I decided on a cruise to Norway. A few people told us about their experience on the ‘rough waters’ of the North Sea. I was a bit apprehensive about ‘cruising’ the rough waters, but we didn’t experience any of that.  We had wonderful calm waters, and fabulous warm weather in Norway. To borrow an old well used phrase, “it was smooth sailing”.

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Train Travel Across Canada – A First-Timer’s Experience

January 15, 2016 | Chris Lischynski

Recently I had the experience of traveling to the east coast of Canada.  It was literally a planes, trains and automobile style trip. We flew to the cost, rented a car, and ended our trip with train rides from Halifax to Montreal and from Montreal to Toronto, and from Toronto to Winnipeg. Read More >

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