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[Air France] Air France - Montreal/Toronto/Ottawa to Casablanca/Tunis/Algiers from $595 taxes in

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Another Air France sale, this time to Casablanca, Tunis and Algiers. Travel period is September 10 to December 10, 2010.

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http://www.airfrance.ca/CA/en/local/res ... _flash.htm?
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wow really good price. Wonder if you can get a stop-over in Paris.
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Only hot if I walk into Ricks Bar in Casablanca and someone says " in all the gin joints in all the world why did you walk into mine?"
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Where are you guys finding the $600 return/tax in prices?
I can't find them for those dates on the site.
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cannon_fodder wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 10:13 am
only hot if i walk into ricks bar in casablanca and someone says " in all the gin joints in all the world why did you walk into mine?"
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newt_101 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 10:22 am
Where are you guys finding the $600 return/tax in prices?
I can't find them for those dates on the site.
Sure can. Piked October 6 to 20th and it came to 595 all in.
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P1x44r wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 10:48 am
Sure can. Piked October 6 to 20th and it came to 595 all in.
Maybe for Montreal. Comes out to approx $1300 for Toronto.

Anyone from Toronto find anything close to $600?
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newt_101 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:36 am
Maybe for Montreal. Comes out to approx $1300 for Toronto.

Anyone from Toronto find anything close to $600?
Wow, you're absolutely right. Much more expensive from TO for the same dates.

September 29th - October 12th to Tunis:

Montreal - $595
Toronto - $1,097

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newt_101 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:36 am
Maybe for Montreal. Comes out to approx $1300 for Toronto.

Anyone from Toronto find anything close to $600?
In terms of getting the cheapest fares, it looks like it's mainly weekday fares. Dates that I found for YYZ-->CAS: Sep 13 (Monday) returning Sep 29 (Wednesday) - $595 total.
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toguy wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:55 am
In terms of getting the cheapest fares, it looks like it's mainly weekday fares. Dates that I found for YYZ-->CAS: Sep 13 (Monday) returning Sep 29 (Wednesday) - $595 total.
I'll play around with the dates.
Anyone have any suggestions for someone who wants to go on their own for a week, looking to experience culture, good food and interesting people from the options?

Casablanca seems boring, but how close is it to places that might have more depth in Morocco? What about Algeria and Tunisia?

I've traveled a lot but not to N. Africa.

Thanks!
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newt_101 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:57 am
I'll play around with the dates.
Anyone have any suggestions for someone who wants to go on their own for a week, looking to experience culture, good food and interesting people from the options?

Casablanca seems boring, but how close is it to places that might have more depth in Morocco? What about Algeria and Tunisia?

I've traveled a lot but not to N. Africa.

Thanks!
Overland travel in Morocco is relatively easy... certainly easier and more comfortable than in nearby West Africa. Marrakesh and Fez are more interesting than Casablanca, in my opinion.
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newt_101 wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:57 am
I'll play around with the dates.
Anyone have any suggestions for someone who wants to go on their own for a week, looking to experience culture, good food and interesting people from the options?

Casablanca seems boring, but how close is it to places that might have more depth in Morocco? What about Algeria and Tunisia?
This price is definitely amazing.

If you haven't been to Morocco, I think that's the best choice as it is the easiest one to travel around.

For one week, I'd spend a night in Casablanca (to see the Hassan II Mosque), 3-4 nights in Marrakech (one day in the city, an overnight desert camping trip, and a day trip to the Atlas mountains or Essaouria, time permitting), and 2 nights in Fez.

Best way to get around is to take the train. You can take the train right from the airport and connect at the main train station. From Casablanca, it's 3 hrs to Marrakech or about 4 hrs to Fez.
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toguy wrote:
Jun 4th, 2010 11:55 am
In terms of getting the cheapest fares, it looks like it's mainly weekday fares. Dates that I found for YYZ-->CAS: Sep 13 (Monday) returning Sep 29 (Wednesday) - $595 total.
Please tell me how you got that price.
I go to the site, change it to YYZ to CAS and get $1022 for the dates you mentioned.
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having a real hard time finding this cheap fare out of YYZ - is this web-only, or can you call to reserve?

anyone book the stopover in Paris online too?
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