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11 excellent day or overnight trips from Toronto

African Lion Safari Canada's largest city of course boasts a large and varied menu of sites and experiences to keep you busy on holiday. But if you have the time, there are also many compelling places in Ontario outside Toronto to enjoy nature, culture, and adventure as day trips or overnighters (you can either drive yourself, take a bus tour, or even a private car tour). Have a look at the following and see what might interest you! read post

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Toronto's 5 best neighborhoods to live as well as visit

  Often opening up a new chapter in our lives can be daunting. Especially when it's moving and finding the best place for a new beginning. Fortunately, the capital of Ontario province and Canada's largest city (pop. 2.7 million) is a welcoming as well as vibrant place to live. No wonder it's the first choice in the country for young professionals and immigrants. Its culture, history, and energy pervade various neighbourhoods in and around centre city, and here are the top five examples: read…

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Riding the Rocky Mountaineer Railroad from Vancouver to Banff

On the Rocky Mountaineer from Vancouver to Banff; the views out of the huge windows can be enjoyed from the comfortable seat of your carriage. I don't think we’ve ever had such VIP treatment on any form of service anywhere. From the moment the coach came to pick us up at the hotel, the level of care we received from the Rocky Mountaineer people was almost embarrassing. read post

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  • I remember being quite impressed by several high-end restaurants I sampled on my last visit to Toronto, and now comes news that the city is home to all 13 of Canada's very first restaurants to receive Michelin stars (and one, a Japanese, received two). Some have criticized the selection for lack of diversity - apart from Japanese, all the rest are Euro-centric when there are dozens of ethnicities culinarily represented here - but still, it's really stirring the pot! https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-62894286
    Michelin awards first stars to 13 Toronto restaurants
    Thirteen Toronto restaurants get the prized accolade, as Michelin publishes its first Canadian edition.
  • The Vancouver Times recently came up with an interesting list of local walking tours worth a look: https://www.vancouverisawesome.com/local-news/awesome-walking-tours...
    Awesome walking tours to try around Vancouver that aren't boring
    There's a tour for everyone: foodies, history lovers, coffee connoisseurs and more.
  • The Washington Post just shined a light yesterday on a little known but quite interesting side to Canada that might be of interest to some visitors: five museums showcasing black history, in Ontario, Nova Scotia, and even Saskatchewan: https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/06/23/canada-black-histo...
  • Spotted Lake in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley one of Travel+Leisure's top "healing spots" around the world: https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/nature-travel/healing-s...
    10 Healing Spots Around the World, From Hot Springs to Salt Flats
    Salve-cation awaits.
  • Today at The World on Wheels, we're in search of the official food of Halifax...the donair.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • We witness an actual tidal wave at a whopping foot tall...well, the Bay of Fundy tidal bore...today at The World on Wheels.
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    Seeing a Giant Tide and Ending Up on the Bottom of the Ocean - Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia
    Time for another Nova Scotian road trip. My dad would regale me with tales of the world's highest tide when I was a kid. It was something...
  • According to a local tour guide, Halifax has more pubs per capita than any other Canadian city. Today at The World on Wheels, let's see if we can make a dent in that on our Halifax pub crawl.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • We're taking a break from our Halifax touring today at The World on Wheels while we're waiting for an unwelcome visitor to leave. We're riding out Hurricane Dorian in our hotel room.
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    The World on Wheels
    An ongoing adventure of travel and living while using a wheelchair. Tim has been disabled from birth. Darryl is his father and caregiver who travel…
  • Touring old forts and cruising the harbor in Halifax. Today at The World on Wheels.
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    Splish Splash and Cannon Blasts - Forts and Cruising in Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Fully rested up, we're ready to start exploring a little deeper into Halifax.  After breakfast and getting ready, the phone rings. It's...
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