Archive for the ‘Tourist destinations’ Category

While you are here Niagara Falls

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Hello,

If you are planning a side trip to Niagara Falls while you are here, you can look at:

http://themegacity.com/transportation/via_greyhound.htm

for some travel options.  Then once you are there if you want to get close to the fall you will be supplied with a rainhat and raincoat for your trip on the Maid of the Mist:

http://www.maidofthemist.com/en/

Tourist attractions around Toronto - CN Tower

Monday, March 16th, 2009

The CN Tower is the most recognizable element of the Toronto skyline.  It is one of the tallest freestanding structures in the world.  For more information please explore the CN Tower site.

http://www.cntower.com/

Attractions: Yorkdale Mall

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Yorkdale Mall

From York University Bus Loop
Take the 196A or 196B or 106 to Downsview Station
Take the Subway two stops south to Yorkdale Station

Already a fashion destination, Yorkdale now offers its shoppers an even more exciting array of retailers including Coach, Sephora, Mango, Lululemon, Billabong, and the first Apple Store in Canada. Today, with more than 40 new stores and 180,000 sq. ft. of new retail space, Yorkdale is 1.6 million sq. ft. and has more than 240 stores and services. A 60-foot-high glass atrium running 300 feet in length soars above a portion of the expanded area of the centre. The structural glass roof which hangs from an exterior support structure, is the first of its kind in Canada an the largest in North America..

* Currency Exchange can be made at Yorkdale Mall at Continental Currency Exchange
416-787-1444

Attractions: Black Creek Pioneer Village

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Black Creek Pioneer Village

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority created a small agricultural community at Toronto’s northern edge that honours the ways of our early settlers. Today, Black Creek Pioneer Village offers you a fascinating journey into the past – into the way people lived before cars, digital technology and the dominance of urban culture separated them from the land.

Black Creek is a working village, typical of those established in south central Ontario between the 1790s and the 1860s. At Black Creek you are invited to escape the modern world, and experience Ontario’s rich rural heritage.

Rates available during the Spring/Summer Season