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Help with a Ladies' Weekend

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Regina, Canada
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Help with a Ladies' Weekend

I live in Vancouver, my sister-in-law/best friend lives in Trail. We want to plan a ladies' weekend away in June somewhere in between us for $400-500 including transportation and accommodation.

We're thinking a spa weekend or something equally relaxing. Somewhere we can go to just lie around and hang out together. She hates camping, I want to stay on budget. Ha.

We're still in the planning stages and looking for ideas! Thanks so much! :)

Edited: 30 January 2014, 07:05
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1. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

Your location says Regina but you ask about Vancouver? Confusing. :-)

Vancouver, Canada
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2. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

Ok, so ladies weekend somewhere between Vancouver and Trail. Your budget is a little tight, so you aren't going to be staying at a high end spa, just going some where comfortable and maybe an afternoon at a day spa near by?

Manning Park might work. Weekends in June are showing at $116/night. No spa services, but hot tub, sauna and pool on site.

https://www.manningpark.com/?q=node/67

Otherwise, maybe look for accommodations you like in the south Okanagan (I'm fond of Oliver) and make time to visit the spa in Summerland.

http://www.kelownaspa.ca/

Penticton, Canada
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hi

Osoyoos is half way between the 2 locations. there is min 1250km in total @8Litresl/100km=100 litres = $125+/- in gas

2 nights Friday and Saturday leave noon Sun. $116+tax. with a CAA rates at Best Western in Osoyoos =$250

3 days of meals Breakfast at BW $0 + 2 lunch $30 1 supper $50 (no liquor) = $125

so in principal you could make it on your budget if you really watch your spending or bring food with you since the units have a kitchenette where you could make your lunch. http://tinyurl.com/lftxeaj

Edited: 30 January 2014, 23:14
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4. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

pretty tight budget...osoyoos, penticton..

Fox Creek, Canada
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5. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

Ohhh, That sounds good and protect your pocket that time. Trip gonna fun. Enjoy!!!

Regina, Canada
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6. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

Whoops! Too much moving around! Ha. Sorry about that.

Regina, Canada
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7. Re: Help with a Ladies' Weekend

These are all so awesome. Thank you all so much! Looks like Lake Okanagan Resort for 3 nights ($215 each for a bachelor room with two queen beds!!) and we're scouring Groupon for a good deal on a wine tour. :)

On a separate date my husband, two kids and I will be camping at Gallagher Lake in Oliver for a few nights because that was my top choice!!! Ha.

Thanks again!!!

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