Hey,My bf and I have been looking for an adventurous spot in Ontario.We are looking for a place where we can take our dashent. Would love to get some lakeside inn,where we can just relax .A few of my colleagues have suggested The Killarney Lodge Inside Algonquin Park Canada and I did see some pics of this spot. We really loved the place and would like to know if anyone has been there. Please share your experiences.
We are looking to visit Niagara Falls for a short 4day/3 night weekend. We would be able to visit during either early March or early April. We would be driving from northeast Ohio. Does anyone have any recommendations on inexpensive centrally located hotels. We would like to see as much as possible in the short period of time and hopefully do some non touristy things as well. We are in our early 20's, not so much into the bar scene but are seeking more of the Falls and scenic areas. Any input would be great, Thank you!
Originally when I was moving to Toronto, part of the appeal was a city that didn't sleep at night. When I finally got here, I discovered that - apart from the bar and club scene - it was difficult to find interesting things to do at night. Thus began the search for some of the hidden night-time gems Toronto has to offer - from activities to locations to small and unknown communities, and the types of characters that you'll meet.
My crew and I decided to make an interactive documentary about this topic. This will allow you to visit a website and see what takes place near you at night. It will shed some light on the unexposed. Do you know any interesting night communities that most people do not now about? Please comment below.
We also just launched the Indiegogo campaign for the project. Check it out, we would really appreciate any contributions you might be able to make. Every dollar counts. Thanks.
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