Train travel has evolved tremendously over the past 200 years. One of the earliest models dates back to 1804 in Britain and was a steam powered locomotive. Richard Trevithick was the first person to invent the steam powered locomotive but the initial use was for the transportation of coal. The transition was made soon after to accommodate passenger cars in order to transport people.
The timeshare has changed a lot since it was first introduced to the public back in the early 1960s in Europe.
Check out our SlideShare presentation overview of how the timeshare industry has changed since it's start and what the industry looks like today.
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What is the Canada 150 Youth Pass?
Via Rail Canada decided to create a special train pass to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday directed at youth, ages 18-25. The pass allows holders to travel anywhere in Canada with Via Rail for the summer for $150. If you think that’s an amazing once-in-a-lifetime kind of deal, you would be right. To compare, if you purchase an unlimited travel ticket from their site, it’s attached to a $1200 price tag.
Travelling by train is an amazing way to travel. Not only does it get you from point A to point B, but you get to see the landscape between cities along the way. See rolling hills, mile-long golden corn fields, the Rocky Mountains, and everything in between.
Just because you no longer own a timeshare, doesn’t mean that you have to stop travelling. If you have said goodbye to your only timeshare, it’s still important to travel or spend time in the places that make you happy. Taking some well-deserved time away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, whether on your own or with your family, has proven results in lowering stress levels and benefitting mental health.