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This thread is intended to contain information useful to people travelling to Canada - please feel free to add anything relevant to it! Before we start though, here's some advice from the TT team:
Do a TT search! At least five posters a week ask what to do in Toronto, whether to go visit Niagara Falls on their way around the world, and whether it's possible to work under the table/overstay a tourist visa. The road is well travelled. Find those threads, add a reply (which brings the…
The boyfriend and I are planning a long USA/Canada trip next year, we're trying to figure out how much time to hire cars for, so I was hoping for some feedback on our rough itinerary. As you can probably guess from the below, we like nature/scenery, walks etc. We're stopping in a couple of cities, but we have visited Toronto and Montreal before so we're really only looking to spend a couple of days in the cities, this trip is more about the scenic areas. Accommodation-wise, we'll be…
We just got married. We are outdoorsy people, love hiking mostly, have two dogs ( pitbulls), love local food and are looking for a place to live where people are open minded, small town/city. We wouldn't live exactly in the city ( we want some land in the woods near a town). At first I thought Bc would be a good idea, Golden often comes up in my reseach but we might be a bit too progressive to live there? We currently live in Montreal and so we might have a completly false view of what western…
My girlfriend and I hope to travel to Canada in the new year and are currently planning our itinerary and Canada is certainly a place on our list. Last year we spent a few months in NZ and I would like to know if anyone here has travelled to both Canada and New Zealand and if they would say the two are comparable and any similarities/differences between the two from your own experiences. I have seen an article recently which makes the suggestion based on:-
They both share…
Myself and my girlfriend are travelling to Cuba, from London, via Toronto next month with a 7 hour stopover. We are flying with Air Canada and wanted to book into their Maple lounge but it appears I might have to be a member and can't book it if travelling economy, is that correct?
If so, is the plaza lounge worth it?
Thanks for your help :)
So a sudden rush of blood to the head and a not so great week in work led to me booking 18 days in Toronto to escape the drag of home
Would really appreciate any advice you guys have on the to do/see/go front....Barring the obvious, maybe you know of places off the track?
Also if you happen to be there at the same time a beer buddy wouldn't go a miss! As I'm going alone it would be nice to meet people there, although I'm perfectly happy to sort this upon my arrival, the talk to anyone kind…
I'm from NZ and am wanting to move to canada next year (2017). I am a graphic designer and I was wondering if its a hard industry to get a job. Also looking at the "safe" amount of back up money I would need in heading over.
Hi folks, thanks to all of you for your helpful input.
The Gypsy Guide was so very informative and helpful. Must tell you about the absolutely wonderful driving guide to the Icefield Parkway.Well worth the few bucks the app costs.It uses your phone as a GPS so it can tell you about what you are about to approach as you ride this 143 mile magnificent road.Just back from 8 days in the Canadian Rockies. For any future road trip, I'll be looking for Gypsy guide. Highly recommended!