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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…
Hi! Two girlfriends and I are planning a roadtrip to Yellowstone in July. We would like to drive through Canada and then down to the states and stop at one or two spots and camp over night on the way. Any suggestions on where to camp on the way and where to camp / what to do / see / what to bring/ must see's is so appreciated!
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Graduate Student Survey: Understanding motor vehicle-based travel: Examining the perception and experiences of Yukon tourists
Present research suggests that motor vehicle travel shapes how people experience places, simultaneously transforming the communities and landscapes encountered. The purpose of this research is to explore the relationship between place perception…
I need any recommendation on place to stay at. It's a large group 6 adults and 7 kids (1-10). I read that the best place to enjoy the city is in Old Quebec. Any suggestions on hotels, rentals, B&B places? I would like it to have a pool for kids. But I'm open... We 'll be there from Jul 13-15. Something not to expensive but nice. We would the Chateau Frontenac but is way out of out budget. Pls advise asap.
My situation is as follows. I will fly into Calgary in about 3 weeks time, and I have to be in the city for a few days. I then have two weeks or so where I am completely free, before I have to be back in Calgary. I'm looking for ideas on how to spend this time. I don't know anyone in Calgary. I won't have a car, and my overwhelmingly main concern is to spend little money.
Ideally, I would like to find a cheap room in Calgary that I can rent for 2 and a half weeks or so, but I…
Saw quite a few post on western Canada but thought to ask anyway. My wife and I are going 3 weeks to Canada for our honey moon in September. We are flying to Calgary and heading back from Vancouver.
We are normally not planning much ahead when travelling but are always very thankful for hinds and suggestion of great places to see and stay. We also saw that there are quite a few hot springs around - any ones you can recommend?
What we were wondering is if in September reservations…
I've both lived and traveled in Montreal a few times, and I've taken discovering the local food scene there pretty seriously, and I figured I would start sharing my knowledge with locals and travellers alike. Here are a few posts I wrote on where to get some seriously good food in town:
I hope you…
Visitors to Toronto may want to be aware of an added value component available at the St. Lawrence Market for the next several months. A modest exhibit about the Beatles' three performances in Toronto has just opened. It combines additional presentations regarding the Yorkville scene (then our Haight-Ashbury) and features both artifacts from local musicians plus a groovy wall map of Yorkville's original cafes and music clubs. Tickets are $10 or $5 for seniors. We went yesterday and enjoyed our…