2021.10 Vancouver (Part 1)

In 2021 airfare, even Canadian domestic fares, were very low.  It became so low that I couldn’t pass up the chance to visit Vancouver.  We chose to go in the fall to avoid large crowds and hope that the we would have excellent weather.  After all, we were only going for a long weekend.

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Journey Home

As we woke up we realized our vacation was coming to its conclusion and it was time to head home.  Amber had already packed the night before allowing us to effortlessly check out and make the short drive over to Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport.  The Sixt rental car location was sandwiched between the terminal 2 buildings.  This made for a short walk to Terminal 2A. 

If we didn’t enjoy our journey, how much can we enjoy our adventure?

Air Canada operates one daily, daytime transatlantic flight from Toronto.  Almost all other eastbound transatlantic flights, North America to Europe, are red-eyes leaving sometime in the evening and arriving in the morning in Europe.  This is great for having a connecting flight in Europe, but leaves us jet-lagged and results in us spending the first day in Europe sleeping a lot.

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