Winterlust: 10 Reasons to Visit Edmonton,Alberta in Winters

City of Edmonton, situated in the province of Alberta in Canada is a treat for winter-loving travelers. From brightly lit lanes and gardens to shopping arenas, to Ice Castles ~ this capital city has it all. Reason # 1 Winter Gardens – Luminaria The Devonian Botanic Garden is Canada’s most northerly botanical garden. It was […]

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Edmonton: Magical Ice Castles!

During winters, Edmonton looks like a winter wonderland. There are ski, ice hockey and snow boarding activities all over the capital city. Ice Castles LLC have truly found Edmonton as its playground to display their castles built out of ice! Ice Castles, LLC is a Utah-based entertainment company that specializes in large-scale events handcrafted from […]

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Visit to Kananaskis County and Canmore

The Canadian Rockies never cease to fascinate me. I just love the snow covered mountains, the fresh air, warm tea and long strolls along the lakes in the Rockies. In November of 2016, I explored Kananaskis and re-visited Canmore’s untouched spots. Getting to Kananaskis and Canmore Nearest airport to fly to Kananaskis and Canmore and […]

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Canmore: Exploring Policeman’s Creek

Canmore – a beautiful town nested in Canadian Rockies. I have taken many a trip to the beautiful Rockies and have passed by this creek many times, but never explored it in person. This mesmerizing creek is called the Policeman’s Creek, located in Bow Trail Road, Canmore, Alberta. How to get to Canmore Nearest airport to […]

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Merry Christmas from Canada

A Very Merry Christmas from Different Canadian Cities Wishing everybody a warm and loving Christmas day with friends and family Love, Joy and Peace xoxo M 🙂  

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Experience Lift Lock Cruise in Peterborough, Ontario

The Peterborough Lift Lock is a  hydraulic-boat lift located in the city of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.The lock’s dual lifts are one of the highest hydraulic boat lifts in the world. Its construction started in 1904 and was a considerable accomplishment in the first years of the 20th century. The Peterborough Lift Lock was designated a National […]

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Toronto Series Part 5: Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open: Its a unique concept wherein visitors can access historical and architectural buildings for free for a specified time.  Doors Open Toronto: This event offers free and rare access to more than 130 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city. This event is organized by Ontario Heritage Trust each year. Typically […]

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Toronto Series Part 4: Summer – Toronto Centre Island

Toronto Centre Island is an amusement park cum family recreational area located on Centre Island (part of Toronto Islands). It consists of Centreville Amusement Park – which is its major attraction. The park opened in 1967, with several rides and has expanded over the years, adding one or two rides a year. Centreville Amusement Park has miniature […]

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Toronto Series Part 3: Walk around Chester, Christie & Old Mills Subway Station

Toronto has great trails, neighborhoods and history in its every nook and corner. Toronto Transit and LRT lines are easy, convenient and economical ways to explore this amazing city. Chester, Christie and Old Mills are 3 subway stations that has great trails, amazing eating areas and shopping venues to explore Chester is a subway station […]

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Toronto Series Part 2: Canada’s Wonderland – on Halloween

Canada’s Wonderland is a theme park based in Vaughan, Ontario, which is about 40 kilometers from Downtown Toronto. Canada’s Wonderland is a major attraction and is usually busy during the summer months. There are joy rides, shopping arenas, entertainment galleries within the theme park. To access the rides and the park you will have to […]

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