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If you have been wondering about life at sea, more specifically, aboard a luxury cruise ship, speculate no more. Get yourself to your phone or computer keyboard and sign up for the posh Olympic Voyager, which is having a rare mini-cruise this April, with prices starting at just $204, including port charges of $35.
For the fourth year running, much of the City by the Bay is having its winter sale, with hotel rooms going for as little as $99 per night. That's the rate for some of the accommodations being offered by the Joie de Vivre Hospitality people, the Kimpton Boutique hotels folds and Personality Hotels.
We've been plugging away at promoting Canada as one the best and nearest foreign budget travel destinations. When you combine it's awesome reputation as a skiing mecca at this time of year with its continuing good-for-the-American-dollar exchange rate, there's no denying its immediate appeal. To lure in those greenbacks Tourism British Columbia has launched a new ski section online to promote several cost-conscious ski resorts, and they're well worth a look.
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