T-dot. T.O. The Six. Whatever you call it, Toronto is the cultural hub of Canada, a mosaic of international cuisine, show-stopping events, and wondrous places to explore. There’s no doubt that Toronto, Canada’s largest city and capital of the province of Ontario, is one for the bucket list. Enjoy the city life and discover urban treasures by spending the weekend in the Toronto Entertainment District.
Find your perfect weekend, filled with scenic views, delicious eats, and intriguing shops in Almonte, Ontario. This place, known as “The Friendly Town” encapsulates everything about small-town charm found in Ontario. Discover the best things to do in Almonte for a Canadian summer weekend and revel in the beauty of this old mill town.
In small towns across Ontario, you’ll see a mix of quaint shops, natural beauty and an abundance of hospitality. Elora is just one of those towns. From the one-of-a-kind local shops to the incredible beauty of the raging Grand River, Elora has that small town charm that people come from all over to explore. Now you can too! Here are all the things to do in Elora to soak up the small town charm and leave happy and refreshed.
There’s something wild about the ocean. On a bright day in the Caribbean, it seems calm and happy, but in the rough coastline of Vancouver Island, that ocean has this raw power that is allowed to roam free. Everything about the ocean in Tofino, British Columbia is mighty. Tofino is the land of surf, seas, and rugged landscape.
With limited vacation days a year, you get used to exploring a place on a whirlwind schedule. You can still get to know a place, even when zooming through, but Victoria, British Columbia needed more time then I could give it. Victoria is a gorgeous city, aptly named the Garden City, and is a great getaway or stop for a Vancouver Island road trip.
There’s a feeling you get when you are sitting on a beach that stretches on forever feeling the wind whip your hair across your face and listening to the ocean beat ferociously against the shore. Bliss. The smell of the salty air and watching as a bald eagle flies overhead is nothing short of a blissful experience at the western edge of British Columbia. At Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, you feel like you’re at the edge of the world.