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Blessed with a spectacular Pacific Rim location, Vancouver is a study in... more
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Vancouver
Blessed with a spectacular Pacific Rim location, Vancouver is a study in contrasts and cohesion. Set between the mountains and the sea, the city blends cultures and landscapes, allowing visitors to enjoy a modern, cosmopolitan city alongside the great outdoors. You could spend all weekend exploring Stanley Park, but you don't want to miss the panoramic vistas from the Capilano Bridge or the Sea to Sky Highway, or the opportunity to ski or explore a mountain trail. A temperate year-round climate makes Vancouver enjoyable in any season, though the winter months do bring a string of rainy days.
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One of Canada's best-kept secrets, Toronto is on par with New York City, San... more
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Toronto
One of Canada's best-kept secrets, Toronto is on par with New York City, San Francisco and Chicago when it comes to cultural attractions and urban activities. The best place to start is at the top, and in this city there's no mistaking where that is. The landmark CN Tower is the tallest structure in the world and also an important telecommunications hub. Take the lift to the top for a breathtaking view of the city and its surrounding areas. Right next door at the SkyDome you can see a Blue Jays baseball game or just walk around the massive stadium. Visit the Royal Ontario Museum, the largest in Canada, with fascinating archeology and natural-history exhibits, and the Art Gallery of Ontario, with a fine collection of European and Canadian works. Don't miss the funky stores and ethnic restaurants on Queen Street West, or the elegant boutiques and fine eateries of Yorkville. Also head down to Harbourfront, a complex of unique shops and restaurants right on beautiful Lake Ontario. From Harbourfront you can hop on a ferry to the Toronto Islands for a picnic and outdoor recreation. Toronto is an especially great destination for families as most attractions are child-friendly. Plus, it is an incredibly clean, safe and easy city to get around either on foot or by public transport.
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The "joie de vivre" is palpable and contagious in this vibrant, culturally... more
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Montreal
The "joie de vivre" is palpable and contagious in this vibrant, culturally diverse and cosmopolitan city of two million inhabitants. Whether sipping a capuccino at an outdoor café, gambling at the huge Casino de Montreal complex or exploring historic Old Montreal, you can't escape without experiencing the excitement and energy that pervade the entire city. Montreal draws tourists all year round; even a series of cold winter days (and it does get cold) can be avoided in the vast Underground City with its restaurants, shops, walkways and subway, or enjoyed through the broad array of winter sports. The truly international flavour here is evident in the numerous fine restaurants, with cuisine from around the world, and in the self-contained ethnic communities, such as Little Italy, a lively area of espresso bars and delectable cuisine. For sizzling nightlife, check out the Rue Crescent's clubs, bars and restaurants. The historical division between the French and English influence has significantly diminshed, but distinctive sections still remain.
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Gracious Quebec City is perched on the banks of the St Lawrence river, 150 miles... more
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Quebec City
Gracious Quebec City is perched on the banks of the St Lawrence river, 150 miles east of Montreal. The only fortified city north of Mexico celebrates its 400th anniversary in 2008. Visitors can happily meander through the Old City on foot. Browse shops along rue Saint-Louis, rue Saint-Jean, Artists' Alley and le Petite Champlain, the oldest shopping street in North America. Tour the Citadelle and see the Canadian troops stage military ceremonies. Admire the gables and turrets of the grand Chateau Frontenac.
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Victoria remains the most British of cities in North America; its picturesque... more
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Victoria
Victoria remains the most British of cities in North America; its picturesque location provides the perfect setting for an unhurried holiday or an active getaway. Visitors glimpse the Olympic Mountains in the background as bursts of colour from public and private gardens dot the landscape and boats sparkle in the harbour. Spend the afternoon on a whale-watching excursion, enjoying a leisurely stroll along the waterfront or browsing at the Royal British Columbia Museum.
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Alberta's largest city is tucked away at the feet of the Rockies. The heart of... more
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Calgary
Alberta's largest city is tucked away at the feet of the Rockies. The heart of the northern west is a city of one million. Several of Canada's finest parks are within easy driving distance. Shopping and the arts bring many to Canada's Cowtown, but Calgary trades most seriously on its Western appeal. The Calgary Stampede is a huge annual event. Ranches offer accommodation on the city's outskirts. Pioneer heritage is showcased at Heritage Park Historical Village, and Blackfoot culture is celebrated at Glenbow Museum.
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In Canada's wine country, Niagara-on-the-Lake presents a well-preserved... more
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Niagara-on-the-Lake
In Canada's wine country, Niagara-on-the-Lake presents a well-preserved 19th-century village and its charms. Drive or bike through the area, stopping at wineries and Fort George National Historic Site. Ride along the Niagara Escarpment on horseback or book a white-water adventure at nearby Niagara Falls (you might have heard of them).
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Niagara Falls is a top destination with a split personality of sorts, being a... more
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Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls is a top destination with a split personality of sorts, being a citizen both of the United States and of Canada. Views are generally accepted to be better on the Canadian side, with more to do and Ontario's excellent wineries adjacent. Visit the Clifton Hill District and enjoy a Las Vegas-style dinner show at Greg Frewin Theatre. See the Falls from below aboard the Maid of the Mist or on a helicopter tour above. For other ideas on how not to experience the Falls, visit the Daredevil Museum.
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Whistler, British Columbia, is a short trip from Vancouver by road, rail or air.... more
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Whistler
Whistler, British Columbia, is a short trip from Vancouver by road, rail or air. The stunning landscape, pedestrian-only Village and genuine, down-to-earth mountain culture make Whistler an unforgettable year-round destination. Winters provide reliable snow for skiing, snowboarding and Nordic sports while golf, mountain biking and hiking fill the warmer months. Festivals, spas, restaurants and bars combine with endless outdoor activities to make Whistler the ultimate place to escape and unwind.
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Fishing and shipping brought Nova Scotia's capital early prosperity. Avoid the... more
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Halifax
Fishing and shipping brought Nova Scotia's capital early prosperity. Avoid the tricky task of finding a parking space in the centre and explore on foot. Immerse yourself in Halifax's rich history at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, contemplate the immigration experience at Pier 21 and survey the city from the 18th-century Citadel National Historic Site. Ocean views and great hiking are draws at Point Pleasant Park and on McNab's Island. Reflect on your day over dinner or drinks in Historic Properties.
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