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    • Best places to experience in tobermory

      Tobermory Aug 13, 2015 at 7:43 PM

      Planning to be in tobermory for a couple of days. Want to experience the flavour of the place. Please advice of any specific must see, must experience and cannot miss spots. Also, looking for recommendations on any specific cottages which have been memorable for the overnight stay.

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    • Easy/safe way to a good view of grotto

      Tobermory Aug 11, 2015 at 10:39 PM

      what is safest way to get to the grotto (having senior citizens along with me)?

      Need not go into the grotto. Just view from a distance or top.

      Thanks!

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      2 night trip with 3 year old and 4 month old

      Algonquin Provincial Park Aug 11, 2015 at 1:04 PM

      Looking for suggestion for a good route/lake to go back country with kids. My husband and I are fairly experienced with canoe and portages but this is our first time with kids. Ideally somewhere with good swimming and sandy/beachy sites that you can walk out and swim. Would like to keep the trip out to a site to 4 hours max....little nervous about taking 4 month old out to middle of nowhere.... They should be fine in canoe for an hour or so....hopefully! Any advice/suggestions welcome! We are going in 2 weeks-August 28-30

       

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    • walking/hiking trails near Otter Lake

      Parry Sound Aug 6, 2015 at 7:35 PM

      Where are hiking trails near Otter Lake??

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      Entry to canada

      Niagara Falls Aug 27, 2015 at 8:08 AM

      Hi we are visiting the falls for a couple of days staying in a hotel on the U.S. Side but want to travel to the Canadian side just for the day,does anyone know what documents we need.
      We are British citizens with esta's.
      Thank you

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    • Driving from Toronto to Montreal, ideas on where to stop and seeing the thousand islands?

      Province of Ontario Aug 19, 2015 at 2:21 PM

      Hi all!

      I wrote out a long post but when I submitted it said I had to verify my email and I think I lost the text.

      Either way, hello! I've been reading VT for a few weeks now and just signed up.

      I had a quick question regarding driving from Toronto to Montreal. I am wondering if anyone has experience on taking the scenic route to view the thousand islands. Do I just travel on the 401 highway all the way to Montreal, or do I have to get off somewhere?

      Also, it's a 6-7 hr drive. I'm just wondering if anyone recommends stopping somewhere along the way. Kingston looks like a good idea for a walk and a meal to break down the drive, however it seems like it might be a hassle getting into the city as I'm not too confident in my driving in Canada. (I'm from the UK).

      I would appreciate any help on this! Thanks all.

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      Best cheap, relatively quick things to do/see in southwest Ontario before crossing the border

      by jonadab Online Now Jun 26, 2013 at 5:56 PM

      Background: I'm planning a trip into Ontario, for myself and my sister. We'll be heading up via Mackinac and Sault Ste Marie, spending a couple of days on Manitoulin Island, catching the ferry and coming down the Bruce Peninsula, and doing some things in the Owen Sound and Toronto areas. We're thinking of returning (to central Ohio) via Detroit/Toledo (since we have already seen Niagara last year). I'm thinking to cross the border at Sarnia, but I could be persuaded to cross at Windsor if there were some advantage to that.

      Question: If on the way home we want to get out of the car and kill an hour or three, what are the best inexpensive things to see or do in the area south and west of Kitchiner, either in Ontario (London/Sarnia/Windsor) or on the Michigan side (Port Huron/Detroit)? Is there a particularly nice park on the shore of one of the lakes? (Huron or St. Clair would be preferred -- being from Ohio we've seen Erie scads of times -- but if the park were sufficiently nice...) What other options are available in the area?

      Additional Notes: Sarah likes nature stuff (waterfalls, scenic views, etc.) but is not generally fond of a huge amount of walking -- though we're not afraid of walking a few blocks. She doesn't usually get really excited about museums, but if there's a particularly good one that doesn't take all day, that could work. Neither of us is athletic, and if we wanted to do any fishing we'll have already done it by this point in the trip.

      Ideas?

      5 Answers Jul 7, 2013 at 7:32 AM
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      Festivals & Events in Sarnia

      by EdwardAllen Online Now Mar 22, 2013 at 9:28 AM

      hi
      We're relocating to Sarnia in the summer (2013) and as a keen photographer I'm interested in learning about any events that happen in Sarnia (or the surrounding region)

      Thanks in advance

      2 Answers Mar 24, 2013 at 6:05 AM