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Written by AlyseInWonderland, USA, May 2011
Although there are several markets around the city, the Vancouver Flea Market is the biggest and best place to pick up some collectibles, knick-knacks and curiosities of all types. Covering more ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, June 2012
like all multicultural cities, is not short on places to dine, drink,
or munch; especially in the downtown area, you’ll find as many Asian and
European cuisine choices as you would in ...
It's more than just the trees, of course. The famous Vancouver Cherry Blossom Festival is a union of different art-forms and perspectives, and consequently it is a fantastic time to be in town.... ...
A Toronto visit isn’t complete without a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum —one
of the largest museums on the entire continent, full of artifacts from
cultures around the globe (six million of ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, August 2012
Museums in major cities often will welcome visitors for free at the
tail-end of the day (especially on days when business tends to be
slower). In some cases, this means the museum will be, ...
is just a hop, skip, and a jump over the border into New York State and
summer is an especially nice time to visit. If it’s your first time in
Toronto, looking for free or cheap things ...
Of all the reasons to visit Montreal , the biggest is arguably its distinct culture, particularly its music, art, and history. The Opéra de Montréal
is the largest francophone opera ...
Sometimes the most fascinating view is found not by looking up at the stars or across a cityscape but straight beneath you – in this case, at layers of history stacked atop one another in Montreal‘s ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, February 2012
The Toronto International Film Festival (or TIFF) began exactly as what its original name, “The Festival of Festivals,” implies – it gathered the most buzz-worthy flicks from around the world and ...
Toronto is home to a vibrant bar scene, making it tough to choose a venue for a night out. To help you experience the city’s best brews, cocktails and atmospheres, here are some suggestions. ...
Written by Natalie Grant, USA, October 2012
The capital of British Columbia , Victoria is very much worth the trip out from Vancouver , which is only about 100 km (62 miles) away.
One of the most famous reasons to head to Vancouver ...
Once full of redbrick warehouses, the Yaletown district of Vancouver is now considered the “little Soho” of the city, with luxury condo towers, boutique shopping, swanky lounges and chic eateries. ...
Though you might not think it, the Niagara
water basin is actually an excellent climate to grow wine. This
geological fact was not missed by some of the areas viticulturists and
today, some ...
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Doing what: Vancouver to Victoria and Butchart Gardens Tour by Bus