Grand Northern (Tour)
Last Updated: 7th Jun 2012
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New York, Boston, Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Chicago, Madison, Sioux Falls, Mt Rushmore, Cody, Yellowstone National Park, Salt Lake City, Kanab, Las Vegas, Los Angeles (Anaheim)
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It is a subject that is near my heart… Ideal needs! In which are your speak to particulars though?
Note – If you are on the Canadian-The Rockies tour or the Grand Canadian tour you might want loonies at hand (the Canadian dollar). The safer bet is probably to use debit cards, I’d check with your bank.
I probably like to go again when the Stampede convenes.
Sorry about the delay, I just saw your post..posted more than a month ago.
I never went on Grand Northern but I have gone to the Canada-The Rockies tour last year, where having Canadian dollars helped a lot (and I’m originally from Southern California.)
Since the Grand Northern does not really get you up in Canada for a long while, you probably do not want to have a lot of Canadian dollars in your wallet. The tour covers the expanse of the northern USA…so having USD helps. I still would recommend traveler’s checks if there are places that accept them.
is it worth buying some Canadian Dollars for the Grand Northern Tour or just get US dollars??