Posts Tagged ‘kingston’
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20 Best Places to Visit in Canada for 2017: Ottawa and Montreal Share Top Spot

Nation’s capital and Quebec’s big city are celebrating milestone anniversaries in style.



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Extreme sleepover adventures in Ontario

From a night at the zoo to spooky stays in haunted hotels, Ontario is full of fun summer getaways.


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20 Best Places to Visit in Canada for 2015

In the Year of Sport, Pan Am Games host Toronto tops list of Canadian destinations to visit.



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Canada’s 10 creepiest Halloween places

Zombies, ghosts, ghouls and spooky haunts can be enjoyed throughout the country this year.



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Penitentiary Museum steals attention

Visitors in Kingston may be tempted to go directly to jail to see this historic building.



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$53 to cruise the United States border

Cruise the 1000 Islands for an afternoon and you will sail between the US and Canada.


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Escape with The Hip and Porter Airlines

Win tickets to see The Tragically Hip in Toronto on Valentine's Day.



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Top 5 Sir John A. Macdonald travel spots

On the birthday of Canada's first Prime Minister, Vacay.ca looks at where he most liked to visit.



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What’s it like to play John A. Macdonald

Actor David Rockne Corrigan writes about portraying Canada's first Prime Minister.


The statue of Sir John A. MacDonald stands in city park in Kingston, Ontario. (Julia Pelish/Vacay.ca)

Happy birthday, Sir John A.!

Want to see your photo spotlighted? Simply email a JPEG to photos@vacay.ca and win a prize!






 
Top 50 Restaurants in Canada
 
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  • Lynn Crawford and Lora Kirk
 



Copetin jazzes up Toronto’s dining scene
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