Toronto DowntownA compact downtown that can be easily covered walking has a range of things to do. It is highly recommended to take the Toronto City Pass that gives access to 5 attractions and can be used leisurely over 10 days. Ripley's aquarium, CN Tower,Rogers Stadium, Air Canada center are very close to each other and easily accessible from Union Station. Royal Ontario museum and Casa Loma can be visited together however the latter can be given a skip.Eaton center is a decent shopping mall, St Lawrence is a lively food market, and Distillery District is a unique experience of Art n Beer!Toronto has a great nightlife with a range of pubs, bars and discotheque and the city comes to life at night.
A 3 hour drive from Montreal is a city with the charm of Europe - Quebec City. This place is a treat for the eyes, with some beautiful architecture standing tall. It is well known for its quaint Old City, it’s grand winter festival, and gorgeous architecture. The highlight is the Chateau Frontenac, which overlooks the St. Lawrence river. Just outside of Quebec City, along the northern shore of the St Lawrence, it is worth stopping at Montmorency Falls - it is the highest waterfall in the province of Quebec and is a nice place to stretch the legs and walk around.
MONTREAL What’s Montreal without bagels, poutine, bagels, smoked meat sandwich, pâté chinois, and maple pie? Very hungry. The city is counted amongst those with the highest number of restaurants per capita.
A Walt Disney theatre, Oceaneer Club, a nursery and a youth club, kiddie pools, and Disney shops—the Disney Wonder cruise is loaded with fun activities for little ones. You can board this cruise in June when it journeys from the bustling coastal city of Vancouver to the fjords of Alaska.Departure: Vancouver.Stopping at: Tracy Arm, Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan.When: Sevennight itinerary from June 26, 2017.Cost: US$2,051 upwards per person.ROYAL CARIBBEAN
Cottage on private island, Ottawa, Canada – A beautiful 100-year-old rustic cottage on a private island, which comes with a treehouse, wood-stove, a swimming dock, and a lot more; this is what dreams are made of. Not only can you go kayaking, canoeing, sailing and fishing, you will be amid wilderness. You will be surrounded by herons, geese, turkey vultures, turtles, mink, muskrat, beavers, bullfrogs, the occasional deer, garter snakes, dragonflies, and monarch butterflies. This place is purely for nature lovers. Be ready to be transported to the good old times because you will be living on the island without modern day amenities like WI-FI.
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Our first stop was The Eaton Centre. Shopping in Canada is still new to me, I don't go to malls very much, so I enjoyed going just as much as Kim - although neither of us bought much! I just like seeing what I could buy if I had the money and inclination! We walked every single floor, trying things on and being silly! We got pizza and watched the Olympic hockey on a big screen TV. The Eaton Centre is huge and has every kind of shop you could want (except Dollarama - my favourite store), whilst I was not exactly the last of the big spenders, I did make a few small purchases in Abercrombie and Fitch (in a sale) - Kim's favourite American store that I had not yet been introduced to! The other thing I liked was that there is a Topshop opposite The Eaton Centre with prices still written on in £'s. I felt right at home and it did make me realise just how confusing I find money and the value of money here. All in all, if you like shopping, it is definitely worth the trip but be prepared to spend hours in there!