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    Mount Seymour Provincial Park
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  • Stanley Park, Vancouver

    Stanley Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Vancouver Things to Do

    This is one of Vancouver's most famous attractions and features, and well it should be. It is 1,000 acres (409 hectares) with a number of attractions inside, including the Vancouver Aquarium, the Stanley Park Totem Poles, the Nine O'clock Gun, and many miles / kilometers of trails. A considerable part of the park is preserved forest, though if you...

  • Opus Hotel

    Opus Hotel

    Vancouver Hotels

    A contemporary hotel located in the very cosmopolitan Yaletown. Top-notch service from a very...

  • Samba Brazilian Steakhouse Churrascaria, Vancouver

    Samba Brazilian Steakhouse Churrascaria

    3 out of 5 stars

    Vancouver Restaurants

    Submitted Monday, May 9, 2011 - 10:19am [Dine in] To call this place Brazilian is a shame. We were there last night with 9 people. I have been to this place many times but never for a weekend dinner. Once everyone sits down they wait for you to go to the buffet to grab food. The buffet in many people few is not very good to be honest. Then once...



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  • Old Montreal, Montreal

    Old Montreal

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Things to Do

    Old Montreal is one of the most beautiful places in the city. It's filled with old buildings, cobblestone streets, etc from way back in the early days when Canada was being colonized by the French. There are also a lot of shops, restaurants, and in the pedestrian areas there are artists and performers.

  • The Ritz-Carlton Montreal

    The Ritz-Carlton Montreal

    Montreal Hotels

    Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Taylor got married here. If it was good enough for Liz and

  • Schwartz's, Montreal


    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Montreal Restaurants

    Pouting, smoked meat sandwiches are on two huge menu boards in English and French. Cash only and people line up in front. Take out next door was pretty busy too. Best pouting I've had. Smoked meat sandwich was sweet and so soft and good. Communal tables, fast and friendly service.



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  • CN Tower, Toronto

    CN Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Things to Do

    The tower is the highest building in Toronto, and it has all the common attractions in this kind of structures - high speed elevators, rotating restaurant, sightseeing points but also a wine cellar, 3D movies and more. Sorry we had no time to go up!

  • Four Seasons Toronto

    Four Seasons Toronto

    Toronto Hotels

    I recommend this hotel to everybody. I was only 2 nights here and it was for certain one of the best...

  • CN tower Revolving restaurant, Toronto

    CN tower Revolving restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Toronto Restaurants

    Ok so you can't come to Toronto without going to the CN tower restaurant. They kindly gave us a window seat as we were on our honeymoon and i have to say it was amazing!!! - we got there for 6pm so watched the sun set and the lights come on. The food was nothing special. Yes the portions were quite good but the peri peri chicken I don't think had...



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  • Montmorency Falls, Quebec

    Montmorency Falls

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Things to Do

    DO NOT EAT AT MANOIR MONTMORENCY WAITER NAMED ALAIN IS RUDE AND A BULLY!!!. Restaurant servers were Racist ( targeting asians). Long wait time ( waited 1hr 10min). Bad service ( not welcoming). Bad food ( steak was horrible with burnt fries). Bullied into paying tip for bad service ( Waiter Alain asked me if I had cash for tip and when I said no he...

  • Dominion 1912, Hotel

    Dominion 1912, Hotel

    Quebec Hotels

    Stayed as guest of the Quebec Saint Malo race organisers. Good continental breakfasts. Coffee -...

  • Le Cochon Dingue, Quebec

    Le Cochon Dingue

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Quebec Restaurants

    When I checked out of the bookstore with my travel guide of Quebec City, the cashier told me to make sure I went to the restaurant with the big pig on the sign. She couldn't remember the French name, but she definitely remembered the food! Shortly after my arrival in Quebec City, I stumbled upon the restaurant with the pig sign: Le Cochon Dingue...



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  • Parliament Hill, Ottawa

    Parliament Hill

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ottawa Things to Do

    A few days ago,I went on an enlightening free tour of Canada's Parliament.The guide,Mark on this free tour was extremely helpful and informative.On this tour,I saw the Parliamentary House of Commons,Parliamentary Library,Peace Tower(great of Ottawa's tall buildings,the Ottawa River,the Notre Dame Basilica,and the National Gallery),and the War...

  • Albert At Bay Suite Hotel

    Albert At Bay Suite Hotel

    Ottawa Hotels

    Albert at Bay is central Ottawa and easy going staff with an excellent availability of both...

  • Byward Market, Ottawa

    Byward Market

    Ottawa Nightlife

    The Heart and Crown was once one of our favourite pubs when in Ottawa but a recent experience has convinced me never to return. After attending my daughter's graduation from University in the afternoon, we all decided to meet at the pub for dinner and a few drinks. Our meals were taking a cry long time and we complained to a young man who turned...


Niagara Falls

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  • Butchart Gardens, Victoria

    Butchart Gardens

    Victoria Things to Do

    We moved away from the Japanese Garden and back into the Italianate and Rose Garden areas. The former had a fountain and statue or two while the latter traded on its name with a multitude of varieties. There is so much variety in the geometrical patterns of the classical garden that you're never sure of what you'll come across next.

  • Inn at Laurel Point

    Inn at Laurel Point

    Victoria Hotels

    Ive stayed here a few times...while visiting and not really caring much about budget... The SERVICE...

  • Santiago's, Victoria


    4 out of 5 stars

    Victoria Restaurants

    Santiago's Cafe is a popular cafe and restaurant with a mainly Mexican kitchen, although you can enjoy a range of other foreign food as well. Service is very friendly and informal. It's a great place to have an afternoon meeting or to enjoy your evening main course. Be aware that it can be crowded at times and that there is limited seating (and...



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  • West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton

    West Edmonton Mall

    4 out of 5 stars

    Edmonton Things to Do

    UPDATE July 2015 - The Dragon has been removed from the theater. So no more Dragon Fire. ___________________________________________________________ If you were thinking of taking in a show while at the mall head up to Silver City in Phase 3 to get your ticket. If you get there in time you'll get to see the fire breathing dragon. There are 12...

  • Mayfield Inn and Suites

    Mayfield Inn and Suites

    Edmonton Hotels

    As you can see from the map the Mayfield is very close to the West Edmonton Mall if that is of...

  • Koutouki, Edmonton


    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Edmonton Restaurants

    Stepping into Koutouki is like stepping into another world. White walls accented with blue, covered with pictures of family and friends throughout time. Plants hanging from the ceiling and Greek music playing a little loudly from the speakers throughout. The hostess will lead you through the narrow restaurant to your table. (There are three...



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  • The Forks, Winnipeg

    The Forks

    Winnipeg Things to Do

    When I was up in Winnipeg way back in 2005 (even before I joined VT), I enjoyed a nice quiet walk on an early Sunday morning along the River Banks. For photography you would want to go out either in the early morning or late afternoon to catch the best pictures.

  • Best Western Pembina Inn and Suites

    Best Western Pembina Inn and Suites

    Winnipeg Hotels

    I always stay at the Super 8 in Winnipeg ever since I had the first opportunity to stay there. I...

  • At the Forks, Winnipeg

    At the Forks

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Winnipeg Restaurants

    This is a real happening place. I don't talk that way, but that is a description given by many. Lots of fun, great food, great ambience, great beer. All meats are cooked the old Deep South way, in a smoker for hours and hours, so the meat literally falls off the bone. Great smoked flavour, tender, juicy.



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  • Calgary Stampede, Calgary

    Calgary Stampede

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Calgary Things to Do

    The Calgary Stampede is a rodeo festival that is held in Calgary and also the largest annual festival in Canada. It is at the beginning of July and lasts 10 days held. During the festival, Calgary's Wild West Cowboy-image to the world. In addition to rodeo events during the Stampede also shows, concerts, chuck wagon races and exhibitions, among...

  • Le Germain Hotel Calgary

    Le Germain Hotel Calgary

    Calgary Hotels

    Bar none- Le Germain is spectacular. I couldn't classify it as boutique becuase it caters to such a...

  • Sky 360 Restaurant, Calgary

    Sky 360 Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Calgary Restaurants

    Due to a strange set of circumstances that transpired one floor above on the Observation Deck of the Calgary Tower (see Off the Beaten Path for details), we found ourselves sitting in the The Panorama Room revolving restaurant only 1 hour after leaving our disasterous breakfast at Nellie's Kitchen. Since our stomachs were still a trifle full, our...


Banff National Park


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  • Riverfront Parks, Windsor

    Riverfront Parks

    Windsor Things to Do

    I am convinced that this town is dominated by the lake. Opposite the lake is Detroit, Michigan. A most relaxing way of spending the evening, would be simply relaxing by the still waters. I doubt I would ever be tired of doing that! The lake is about 2Km across. There are a few miles of walking paths along the river. Hans (Waalewiener) took all...

  • Caesars Windsor

    Caesars Windsor

    Windsor Hotels

    We always enjoy the Caesars Windsor Hotel and their Casino. We go several times a year often as...

  • Buses, Windsor


    Windsor Transportation

    Need a Bus to Detroit or Toronto Airport, why not go with ROBERT Q AIRBUS! Detroit to Windsor - Windsor to Detroit FARES Adult One Way$34.00 Return $68.00 Senior / Student One Way $31.00 Return $62.00 Child One Way $17.00 Return $34.00 Senior 60+ Student 12 + with student card Children 11 and under Toronto to Windsor - Windsor to...



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  • Banff Avenue, Banff

    Banff Avenue

    Banff Things to Do

    The town lies in the middle of Banff National Park, in the valley of the Bow River and resembles a small town in the Alps. In the summer time it is mostly visited by hikers, and winter is a place for skiers, the bustling city center is very contradictory with his quiet nature and beauty. Visits Banff certainly do not get bored Shopping in Banff is...

  • The Fairmont Banff Springs

    The Fairmont Banff Springs

    Banff Hotels

    I didn't stay here, but would certainly love to. This is one of the original Canadian Pacific...

  • The Grizzly House, Banff

    The Grizzly House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Banff Restaurants

    If you want to spend 180 on dinner and sit beside obnoxious drunks then this is the place for you. We complained to the waiter because we were being harrassed who really didn't care. Never done it before but filed a complaint with ALGC about extreme over serving. Run away from the crap service. Food was ok at best. Worst restaurant experience I can...


Jasper National Park

  • Athabasca Falls, Jasper National Park

    Athabasca Falls

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Jasper National Park Things to Do

    The last major stop along the parkway before you hit the town of Jasper. From the parking lot, it's a short walk to get your first glimpse of the falls. However, there's a nice system of several short trails that give you views of the falls from a few angles, as well as a few other nice geological formations carved by the river over time. What we...

  • Alpine Village

    Alpine Village

    Jasper National Park Hotels

    We stayed at Alpine Village for a romantic and fun filled week last spring. The cabin was a...

  • Palisades, Jasper National Park


    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Jasper National Park Restaurants

    What is your tummy telling you? Seafood? Greek Specialties? Chicken? Pasta? Pizza? Burgers? THE PALISADES RESTAURANT has it all. Over 50 main dishes to choose from. Great atmosphere under a glass atrium with mountain views. Breakfast/Lunch from$6.00. Entrees from$7.00 up. Hans and I both had the advertised dinner special--pork chop dinner @ $8.95....


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