Exploring Scenic Canada By Train

Siskin, Jonathan
July 2006
Travel Agent;7/24/2006, Vol. 326 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the excitement of traveling by an overnight train named "Ocean" and exploring scenic Canada during the tour. The Ocean's travel route extends through scenic sections of Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Passenger's can enjoy the Ocean's flagship Park Car that has both a lounge and glass-enclosed dome offering views of the passing scenery. The train's most comfortable way to travel is in Deluxe Bedroom accommodations in the Easterly Class.


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