Road-Trip--Vancouver to Calgary

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Recently, I had a road-trip from Vancouver to Calgary, Canada. I clicked these breathtaking views for you. If you want to witness the nature in its wild form then this road-trip through the Canadian Rockies has to be on your Canadian bucket-list. This breathtaking scenery from Vancouver to Calgary will become your memory forever and you will wish to come again. I don’t find words to describe the amazing soaring peaks of the Rockies meeting the turquoise blue lakes and then giving way to the rolling prairies. I would suggest not rushing it all in a day but spreading it out over 3-4 days to feel the beauty of rivers, lakes, parks, and mountain towns. I’m sure these rolling Blue Mountains, lush forests and glass mirror lakes will take you to an another world of beauty. Enjoy my few clicks here:

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I'm sure going by train will be more beautiful. Here I'm quoting victoriansbyrail.com for you to decide yourself:

Going by train is the perfect getaway, combining both sightseeing and relaxation, and of course spectacular scenery. Start your trip in Vancouver, where you'll have time to explore on your own. The next day, your train journey starts with a trip to Kamloops on the Rocky Mountaineer. You'll pass through the rushing waters of Hell's Gate in the Fraser Canyon, and ride along the winding path of the Thompson River on your way into the heart of British Columbia. Continue to the Canadian Rockies, traveling through tunnels and emerging into grand vistas as you make your way to Banff, one of the world's most famous resort towns. Here, you'll have time to enjoy the stunning views while on a tour of Bow Falls, Lake Minnewanka, and more. Your getaway ends with a night in Calgary, a fun city mixing cosmopolitan city life with Wild

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Muhammad Nasrullah Khan is a Pakistani-Canadian writer. His short stories are well-recognized internationally for his unique prose style, and really naive innocence of rural life of Asia. His short stories Donkey-Man and Only Nada Lives were nominated for the Story South Million Writers Award. Enlivened by the stories of great English and Russian writers, he has taken a pinch of fact and a cup of fiction to weave an embroidered creative work of adoration, trust, and agony in his stories. His work has appeared in Adbusters, Evergreen review, Indiana Voice Journal, Newtopia Magazine, Gowanus Books,Offcourse literary Journal University at Albany, The Raven Chronicles, and many others.

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