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    • Is walking safe?

      Toronto Sep 24, 2016 at 5:52 AM

      In town on business with evenings off. Scored a couple tickets to the ball games this week. Is it safe to walk back to my hotel...the Sheraton...after the game?

    • Cheap long term car rental

      Toronto Oct 3, 2016 at 8:39 AM

      Hi, i am an australian traveler here for 6 months. I have a international drivers permit and am looking to hire a car for the 4 months that i am here (buying a car is not an option). I am 21 years old with a full australian drivers license. Anyone have any idea what the cheapest company would be? The major ones like avis, enterprise and budget are way too expensive because of my age and many others simply dont have deals for 21 year olds.

      Thankyou for your time!

    • Niagara Falls and Winery?

      Toronto Sep 23, 2016 at 2:34 AM


      I´m going to Toronto five nights in the beginning of October. (after World Cup)

      A trip to Niagara Falls is a must, but is it worth taking a night there? Is there anything else to do, except watching the waterfalls?
      Any hiking trails? Nature? Or du you recomment a day trip?

      I´m also interesting in visiting a winery, so maybe I can combine these two? Any suggestions?
      I will not have access to a car and I´m travelling alone.

      The hotel prices was also very high in Toronto so with a night outside the city my average hotel price will decrease :-)

      I have a reservation at Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square and one at Grand Hotel & Suites. Haven´t decided yet. Any thoughts about these two?


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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.


      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

      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