Canada

Visiting the Hôtel de Glace in Quebec

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Every year the Hôtel de Glace in Quebec is rebuilt with a new design. The hotel and its furniture are entirely made of ice…

Drinking at Toronto’s Distillery District

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The Distillery District is a pedestrian village with boutiques, art galleries, ateliers, cafes, and restaurants. It’s the largest and best-preserved collection of Victorian Industrial Architecture…

Why CN Tower is the most overrated attraction in Toronto

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The CN Tower is the most emblematic landmark in Toronto. When the city of Toronto comes to mind, the CN Tower is the first…

Kensington Market, Toronto’s Hippest Neighborhood

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Kensington Market is Toronto’s most diverse and fascinating neighborhood. This means a lot considering that Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the…

Notre-Dame Basilica

15 Things to do in Montréal in Winter

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Montréal is a vibrant city with much to offer in winter time. It’s the largest city in Québec and Canada’s Cultural Capital. World-class museums, renowned…

A castle in Toronto: Casa Loma

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Casa Loma was built as a residence for the eccentric financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. His dream to live in a castle was destroyed…

Montréal en Lumière Winter Festival

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Every winter Montréal lights up for its biggest winter festival: Montréal en Lumière. The festival combines art exhibits, films, theater, music, gastronomy, and a outdoor site…

What to wear for Canadian winter

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The Canadian winter is cruel my friends. When the temperatures can easily reach -30ºC (-22°F) you need to be extra careful with what you…

Quebec Winter Carnival

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The Quebec Winter Carnival is a magical winter wonderland. The largest winter carnival in the world is a Quebecois tradition since 1955. The celebrations last over a…

Planet Jellies at the Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

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The Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada has been a resounding success since its opening. It pleases both children and adults alike. I have visited other…