$1,299 for Regina’s Grey Cup experience
Travel Deal for Canadian Thanksgiving Weekend, October 12-14, 2013
The 101st Grey Cup is only a few weeks away. Have you got your tickets yet? What about your hotel stay? And party arrangements?
This year’s championship game of the Canadian Football League will be held on November 24 in Regina, home to the Saskatchewan Roughriders. And Dash Tours has Gold and Platinum packages available that take care of all of the details while you’re in Regina for the big game.
With the offer, football fans will enjoy the entire Grey Cup Festival. The celebrations begin on November 21 and run through the end of game, which will feature the champions of the CFL’s East and West divisions battling at Mosaic Stadium.
The tour package includes:
- Four nights’ accommodations in Regina
- Tickets to the Dash Tour’s Kick Off Party at Casino Regina
- Reserved tickets to the 101st Grey Cup game
- Transportation to and from the game
- Official Wilson souvenir Grey Cup game ball
Gold packages begin at $1,299 and Platinum packages are $1,799 (based on double occupancy). Gold packages include standard motel/hotel accommodations while Platinum packages feature stays in Regina’s finest hotels. Silver packages are already sold out. See full details here.
Vacay.ca Hails the Bushwakker Brewpub
In 2012, Vacay.ca named the Top 24 Brewpubs in Canada and Regina’s Bushwakker Brewpub ranked first overall. Vacay.ca’s Adrian Brijbassi visited the pub to learn exactly why it stands out from all the other brewpubs in the nation.
Brijbassi writes: “The craft-brew craze that has redefined how North Americans drink beer is about celebrating local as much as great taste. At the Bushwakker, Saskatchewan’s best is showcased with confidence — whether it’s the music, the art work or the beer, which is made from the province’s bounty of hops. The Bushwakker brews more than 30 beers annually, plus its Blackberry Mead that comes out once a year and is gone in minutes as thirsty patrons line-up at 4 am — in December, no less — to grab a bottle or two.”