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Chelsea Hotel, Toronto

Situated in the very heart of Toronto, the Chelsea Hotel (formerly the Delta Hotel Chelsea) is Canada's largest hotel. It boasts a varied selection of restaurants and bars, as well as a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool. Room facilities include air conditioning, television, alarm clock, hairdryer, iron/ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access.

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Canada & the Rocky Mountaineer

From the laid-back city of Toronto to the dramatic Pacific Ocean setting of Vancouver and the natural beauty of Vancouver Island, this incredible adventure takes us across Canada by rail, lifting us high into the mighty Rockies in style and comfort on board the iconic Rocky Mountaineer, one of the world's greatest trains

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2018MayJunSep

13 days from $7,540 pp

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New York, Niagara Falls and Toronto

Discover three fascinating cities and one world wonder on a captivating 10-day tour of North America. From the powerhouse of Washington D.C., our tour takes us to chic New York, absorbs the beauty of Niagara Falls from its Canadian side, and explores bustling Toronto.

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2018Oct

9 days from $2,745 pp

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Canada Coast to Coast

Discover the best of Canada on this truly epic journey from Vancouver to Halifax. Travelling on iconic trains across the entire continent of North America, the view outside your window changes every day, from the towering Rockies to the central plains, the great lakes and finally the rugged coastline of Nova Scotia.

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2018MaySep

17 days from $6,995 pp

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Grand Tour of New England & Canada in the Fall

Experience the fiery vibrancy and spectacular colours of Canada and New England in the Fall on this tour. Wander through magical Stowe on an autumnal stroll, gaze at the inspiring waters of Niagara Falls and explore some of Canada and New England's most famous cities.

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