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The Mature Traveler

Right to the Core of Vancouver

December 17, 1995|HANK KOVELL

Head north for a bargain in Vancouver, Canada, at the brand-new Hotel/Residence. Located in the city's new downtown arts-entertainment-fashion-sports core, it has 155 guest rooms. Rates, which are good for travelers of any age, range from $34.25 for a single with a hallway bath to $65 for a room with five single beds and private bath. Available rooms include singles, doubles, double-doubles and family (one double and one single bed). For a brochure with all prices, call (604) 895-5830.

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Senior ski buffs can look forward to a full winter of skiing at 21 of Colorado's premier ski resorts. At most resorts, discounts on lift tickets are offered to skiers between the ages of 50 and 69. Most skiers over 70 ski free. There are also reduced ski rates for children and grandchildren. Also available at most of the resorts are other winter sports, including snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, snowboarding and telemark skiing. A 112-page Colorado Ski Country Consumer Ski Guide also includes a list of accommodations with useful information about restaurants, lodgings with kitchens and for pets, and other facilities. For a free copy of the ski guide, call (800) 265-6723.

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Club Med is offering a "Forever Young" discount for travelers over age 55 at some of its resorts in the Bahamas, Guadeloupe, Mexico's west coast and at the Sandpiper in Florida. All Club Med packages include room and private bath, three meals daily, including wine, beer or soft drinks at lunch and dinner, and a variety of free sports and organized activities, including snorkeling, windsurfing, tennis, water skiing and aerobics. Club Med also offers an option for grandparents at some clubs that permits one child under 5 at no additional cost for each adult guest, including all meals. For a color brochure, call (800) 258-2633.

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