I am planning a winter adventure in NWT or YT. I am a former Alaska resident and would like to spend about a week skiing (classic and skate), ice fishing, skijoring, kite skiing, camping, viewing the northern lights, bars & restaurants, etc. Most of my friends here in the States are not even remotely interested in joining me on my winter adventure so I would love to join groups or find a guide to do these things. My time off is around Christmas and/or New Years. My question: where should I go in Whitehorse, or should I go somewhere else in Canada, i.e. Yellowknife? Thanks!
I am planning a winter adventure in NWT or YT. I am a former Alaska resident and would like to spend about a week skiing (classic and skate), ice fishing, skijoring, kite skiing, camping, viewing the northern lights, bars & restaurants, etc. Most of my friends here in the States are not even remotely interested in joining me on my winter adventure so I would love to join groups or find a guide to do these things. My time off is around Christmas and/or New Years. My question: where should I go in Yellowknife, or should I go somewhere else in Canada, i.e. Whitehorse? Thanks!
We are travelling mid September for one week in NFLD. We are flying in and out of Deer Lake. Should we head to Twillingate from Gross Morne and back to Deer Lake airport or head up the west coast to St.Anthony and back to Deer Lake?
I will be arriving on a cruise ship on October 1st. I would like to explore on my own but I don't know whether this is possible without renting a car. Sightseeing, hiking, sea kayaking, ... All advise is welcome! Can I go to Forillon National Park without a car (by bus or boat?)
I am looking for art gallery wine events in Vancouver. I have visited many art galleries in Europe and New Zealand where an artist is showcased and members of the public are invited like an open house inside the gallery where they meet and greet the artist and other members of the public. Sort of like a mingling conversation where people stand around looking at art and drinking complimentary wine (in disposable cups). Anything like that in Vancouver? Thank you.
We will be traveling on greyhound from montreal to Ottawa what bus would i take to get to the Parliment Buildings? What are some other sites to see in Ottawa that are on bus routes that run on sundays? How often do they run? any help would be awesome thank you leaving tommorow
I want to go to Calgary for about 3 weeks departing between 20th June to 27th June 2015. I can fly from Gatwick for around £630. I have heard that you can get flights from say France or Germany much cheaper - even taking into account the cost of getting there and back. Can anyone offer any advice please?
Looking for a ski trip to Canada in February 2015. We usually ski Jackson Hole, WY. Absolutely love it there, but this the runs are a bit short. I have heard Whistler and Banff are absolutely stunning. We don't care about nightlife, as we are old souls in 30-40 something bodies. We like good snow, good beers and good scenery. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Wondering if with a six hour layover in the airport (1pm - 7pm) it's possible to get to the city and go up to the CN tower? Or is it too tight in terms of time?
Ok, my question is very random. I'm looking to travel alone to Canada mid September, i.e. in a week and a half. I have my US and Canadian visas in place. I still haven't made any bookings and need help planning my itinerary. I'm looking to do Montreal, Canadian Rockies (may not be all of it but as much as possible) and Quebec. I have around 12 days to visit Canada and would of course love to add Vegas if possible within these 12 days. Post that I plan to stay put in New York for 5 days. First things first, is it safe to travel alone in Canada and what's the best mode of transport to move around?
Which is are the best things to see around Niagara - not into shopping
Casa Lomas Toronto & Toronto itself
Dundurn Castle Hamilton
Are there a lot of differences in architecture/experience between Casa Lomas & Dundurn Castle - they look very similar - which is the best to visit?
St Jacobs will have visited Shaker/Amish villages in US - is this anything much different
Obviously would like to do everything but time will not permit - any other suggestions.
I just moved to Vancouver, Canada and i'd like to know the cheapest options to shop for healthy organic food. I've been told the main options are CSA (community supported agriculture) where they pay to join to support farmers and in turn get a box of fresh vegetables every week. Another option is the organic retail shops (maybe a bit pricey but I live in Coquitlam (suburb) so maybe there is a shop nearby? I don't know. Also there are farmers markets however many shut down passed October. Unless i can find a winter market i may need to find other sources. An idea that really appeals to me is driving around the fraser valley looking for road signs (i.e fresh eggs, vegetables) and buying direct from the residents (backyard chickens, etc..). However i don't know how common this is near Vancouver. In Australia, it was based on the honour system, boxes of eggs and a suggested donation box. What do you think?
My mum is 80 next year and has always dreamed of going to Canada. I'd love to take her for 10 days or so in January when I have some time off work. My idea is to book flights and hotel to a main city. Not sure which one. Then use local companies for days out. Any ideas please?
Thanks Denise x
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