Ambassanews!

June 1st, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

From the Bluenose Marathon, to opening our new Sightseeing booth location – we’ve been keeping busy!   Read on for updates on what we’re up to…        

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Ambassatours is joining the Social Networking World!

May 28th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

 

It’s a big, scary technological world out there, so we’re taking things one step at a time!

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Class of 2010

May 26th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

You’re almost done…

A few more weeks, a few more exams, then the fun starts – Graduation, summer, and best of all Prom!

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Did you see us? We were hard to miss!

May 11th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

The skies were gray, but I think we did a pretty good job at brightening up the view this morning!

Pink Bus Convoy on the MacKay Bridge

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What’s big, pink, and driving for the cure?

May 10th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

We’re already known as the company with the red double-deckers, now we’ve added some more buses to our impressive 73-bus fleet: 8 pink antique double-deckers!

 

Pink Double-Decker
One of our new Pink Double-Deckers!

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Spring is in the air!

March 27th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

Hey fellow Maritimers: did you love that glimpse of spring we got last week as much as I did? (For those not as lucky as we were, temperatures hit 17°C last Saturday here in Halifax!)

Even though it was short lived, and I had to dig out my freshly packed-away winter jacket to get to work this morning, it was still nice to be reminded that Spring is just around the corner!

Parliment Building amongst the Tulips

For me, the first sign of Spring has always been the tulips. I had a little tulip garden in our backyard growing up and when the first bud peeked up through the dirt, I knew that sunshine and warm weather were soon to follow!

This year, Ambassatours is offering a tour for my fellow tulip-lovers (and anyone else who wants to celebrate Spring by getting away for a little vacation) to Ottawa for the world-famous Canadian Tulip Festival in May!

Did you know that the Canadian Tulip Festival is a celebration of Canada’s role in freeing the Dutch people during World War II? The celebration symbolizes the gift of 100,000 tulip bulbs presented to Ottawa by the Netherlands in 1945. Now, at the festival, you can see over 3 million tulips of all different colors!

Our tour will allow you to spend two full days in Ottawa during the festival before traveling to both Montreal and Quebec City – and as much as I love Quebec City in the winter, it’s just as beautiful and lively in the Spring!

Quebec City

As an added bonus, the first 20 people to book will receive $50 per person off their tour – don’t miss out on this opportunity!

As always, you can visit our website for detailed information on the tour: Springtime in Ottawa & Quebec City

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Ambassatours at the Olympics!

March 6th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

Here at Ambassatours, we wouldn’t consider ourselves overly superstitious; however, we can’t help but feel at least partially responsible for Canada’s outstanding performances in the recent Olympics…

Olympic Rings in Vancouver

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Vive le Carnaval!

February 28th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

Greetings from what seems like the capital of ice sculptures!

Bonhomme Carnaval and I!

That’s right, Quebec City in the middle of their world-famous Carnaval de Quebec!

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Fancy a ‘Staycation’?

February 2nd, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

Is your everyday stress getting to the point where even a bubble bath and a glass of wine won’t help? Maybe it’s time for you to take a staycation!

Taking the world by storm, the staycation has become a global phenomena in today’s economy. It simply involves taking a vacation at home, or around your local area!

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Winter Break in New York

January 9th, 2010 Posted by Nathalie No Comments »

New York

“If I can make it there,
I’ll make it anywhere,
It’s up to you,
New York, New York!”

It’s up to you…

That’s what this tour is all about. We provide you with transportation to and from New York City, 6 nights accommodation (4 nights in the heart of Manhattan) and a wonderful guided tour of the Big Apple to get your bearings. The rest, as Mr. Sinatra sings, is up to you. Read the rest of this entry »

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