We have some time off at the end of September and are considering renting an RV and driving around Newfoundland. I did a quick check and many sites seem to close around mid-September. Is the end of September a good time to visit or should we wait until next year? We've never been to Newfoundland so we want to make the most of this first visit!
how do I get to baffin island
Would be grateful for any good bar/club recommendations for the York area of Toronto. I'm Working at the rexall centre in August and will be finishing pretty late so looking for places to grab a drink on the way back to the hotel.
places you can meet ppl in Kamloops for new comers who want to hook-up
In a couple of days time I will be hoovering into Montreal for a few days. Does anyone have any suggestions on bars where there's not a bad sized crowd midweek and the clientelle is of a more mature age group?
Any help much appreciated.
What is the most romantic restaurant in Vancouver, near coul Harbor? I am Brazilian, first time in Canada for a congress. It will be a second year aniversary, and we would like to celebrate. We enjoy exotic foods like a asian or traditional chinese food.
Going to Quebec on a cruise. Excursion choice is between Montmorency Falls & Island of Orleans OR Montmorency Falls & Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre. Which do you recommend.
Coming in on a cruise. Choice of excursion is Montmorency Falls & Island of Orleans or Montmorency Falls & Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre. Which do you recommend.
Hey everyone - flying into Vancouver in a few weeks time just for a two week trip and just wondering if anyone any local knowledge or experience about the best way to travel to Fernie from there, preferably via Banff. I have looked at the bus, train and renting a car, and renting a car is looking like the best option. Thanks :)
Hello, I am driving from NYC on July 4th weekend (4 day weekend). I planning to leave on the 4th (Thursday-Morning). How do you think I should plan those two cities? Should I get one Hotel in Montreal? Or two one in Montreal and one in Quebec City. Which city I should spend more time in? I was thinking it like this. I get to Montreal Thursday late afternoon. We hang out in Montreal that evening. Then next day we do day activities. On Saturday morning we go to Quebec. We get back to Montreal Hotel Sat eve. Sunday morning we eat breakfast in Montreal and go home. What do you think?
which beach in kenora has the clearest water and fine sand?
Hello, I'm planning to go to Quebec this summer with my friends, for 2 weeks. Could you recommend some place to visit? It will be also nice if you recommend some cheap and delicious restaurants, too.
My Friend and I are driving from Vancouver to Jasper on the first day of our trip. Arrival time to Jasper will be late in the evening. Do we need to buy the pass when we arrive or can we wait till the morning to purchase the park pass?
I am interested in travelling to winnipeg for school,specifically u of m, and have never been there before. I would also be travelling alone. I would like to know from other travellers their perspective on the crime problem in winnipeg? how bad is it?
I will soon be living in Hamilton. Can someone please help me on this : is it safe to drive at night passing through King street to McMaster university? And how bad the traffic during daytime (same routine).
arriving into horseshoe bay terminal (by ferry) and need to get into vancouver city by bus. how often do the buses run any help please. arriving on a sunday morning
We have 8 days to spend in Vancouver Canada and Seattle Washington in August any suggestions as to best use of time? The 2 of us have not been to this area before and are returning from 18 days in Alaska.
What are the season like in Newfoundland? I've been to BC, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, am going to visit Quebec. And am pondering a visit to Newfoundland.
Hi! I was wondering if I could squeeze in all the places I want to see and experience in a day or two. How do I get to these place? Are there easy access buses around? What order of IT do you suggest to maximize the time? How much maximum time can we have to spend in each place so we can take quick pictures and do some activities such as the tree tops adventure at Capilano Suspension Bridge? We will be coming from somewhere near the Vancouver airport by the way. Thanks!
These are in my list:
1. Stanley Park
a. Brockton point
b. propsect point
c. English bay
d. Lion's gate
2. Grouse Mountain
3. Capilano Suspension Bridge (tree tops adventure)
5. Gas Town
6. Yaletown for dinner
We are celebrating a dear friends 70th birthday. Is the night life active during the week and are there botanical gardens for the day?
Me and my friends are planning a four day road trip to New Brunswick from Montreal.
This will be our first visit to the province. We were wondering what city(ies) should we visit. (We are not planning to party late night, outdoor activities will be our preference).
Given that we are all students, budget is also our consideration ($500 per person)
Also, is it better to drive from Montreal or shall we take train/bus?
We are planning an extended hiking trek in the Rockies near Banff NP. The three of us are quite experienced hikers and have all done plenty of hikes (ranging from 1-3 weeks at a time) in Northern Europe and South America.
For our hike in the Rockies we are wondering:
- Is hiking off the marked trails in national parks legal? (a source for this would be awesome!)
- Does anyone have either personal experience or knows of a good source of information (e.g. concerning routes/trailheads/etc.)?
Most information we were able to find concerns day-hikes or small 2-3 day hikes in the immediate vicinity of official camping places etc. This is not what we are looking for...
Friends of mine and me are planning an extended hiking trip in the Rockies near Banff NP. We will be traveling by bus, and therefore need to plan our hiking route with the reachable trail heads/endpoints in mind.
Does anyone know of a map(!) which shows all the Greyhound bus stations and stops? So far we have only found a list of all stations (the names), which is of no use to us at all as we have no idea where these stations actually are...
Im traveling to vancouver from 8 june to 17 june, i was wondering whether the weather would permit me to wear shorts? And what do people there usually wear at this time of the year? Wouldn't want to stick out like a sore thumb.
Please name some affordable hotels nearest the falls.
I'm thinking of driving up to Montreal for a few days with my 17 year old son. I'm looking for suggestions on where to stay and what to see. My budget is very tight, so I need to make this as cheap as possible.
What would you recommend in hotels as close as possible to an address of 42 Lakeview Avenue, Toronto?
Are there tours from Fairmont Hot Springs, BC to Jasper, Baniff, Calgary, ect?
We're thinking of taking a trip to Montreal during the first week of September. We'll be flying in and won't have a car. Unfortunately, our ability to navigate steps, hills, and long walks will be somewhat limited. Do you have any suggestions about where to stay (up to $225 per night), as well as what attractions to see, including organized city and water tours?
airline gives about 2.5 hours transfer time in Toronto, this would be on a flight destined for IAD. I would have to clear Canadian customs and American customs and go to a different terminal? is that enough time?
Has anyone noticed if the lines at TSA are much longer than before?