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Paula Pettengill
(802) 254-6033
Po Box 6179
Brattleboro, VT
Agency
Exploritas Travel Services
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.roadscholar.org

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Exploration in Travel
(802) 257-0152
Brattleboro, VT
 
William Buswell
(802) 464-2076
Po Box 560
West Dover, VT
Agency
New England Vacation Tours
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.newenglandvacationtours.travel

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Bookings Travel Inc
(603) 352-2000
Keene, NH
 
Masiello Travel Services, Inc.
(603) 352-8005
69A Island Street
Keene, NH
Services
Client Letter,Emergency Card Replacement – Pickup Point Only

Carl Fowler
(802) 387-5812
112 Sherwood Cir
Brattleboro, VT
Agency
Rail Travel Adventures
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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Richard Lee
(802) 254-8844
266 Canal Street
Brattleboro, VT
Agency
Gateway Travel Service
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.gatewaytrav.com

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Debra Wilcox
(413) 863-3143
30 Montague St
Turners Falls, MA
Agency
Cruise & Travel Company, Inc.
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.travelsense.org

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EOS
(603) 756-9888
Walpole, NH
 
Jeanne Mahoney
(802) 863-1071
19 Roosevelt Hwy
Colchester, VT
Agency
Travel Leaders Child Travel/Albany Travel
Membership Associations
American Society of Travel Agents
Website
www.childtravel.com

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The province of Alberta treats visitors to a touch of Canadian history, shopping mall mania, tall towers, Olympic nostalgia, and Calgary’s famous cowboys.

We think the best place to start off our Alberta sojourn is in the capital city of Edmonton, always a winner in providing activities for its guests. Step back in time with costumed interpreters circa 1840s western Canada at Fort Edmonton Park. The Royal Alberta Museum and Wild Alberta Gallery showcase the histories of Canada’s people and Canadian nature, respectively. At the Natural History Gallery, gems, minerals, dinosaurs, and bunches of bugs are the main attractions. Behold, the world’s largest shopping center, West Edmonton Mall, which boasts 48 city blocks under one roof. We’re talking about approximately 800 shops and 100 eateries, so bring your loot. Other Edmonton diversions include taking a dip at a lively water park, glide around an ice rink, perfect your putt at miniature golf courses, and take in the mega-mall’s all-new “Sea Lions Rock” production. Board the Edmonton Queen river paddlewheeler to experience the city’s great outdoors, or cast a line for trout or walleye in nearby waters with assistance from a local fishing guide.

From Edmonton, drive all the way to Calgary, south on Hwy 2. En route in Wetaskiwin and Red Deer (both off Hwy 2A) are promising locales for scenic mountain biking and out-of-the-way fishing adventures.

In Calgary, the “Heart of the New West,” Calgary Tower attracts visitors with its TOPS Grill, revolving Panorama Room, and observation terrace. The Tower’s cuisine alone is worth the elevator ride to the summit. Canada Olympic Park, the original site of the XV Winter Olympic Games, hosts an Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as sporting options for visitors. Are you an auto racing enthusiast? Well, then, ladies and gentlemen, start your engines! Race City Motorsport Park in Calgary sponsors seasonal car, truck, motorcycle, and drag racing contests. If you appreciate a...

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