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Restrictions leave US travelers high and dry

In downtown Buffalo, New York, crossing the border into Ontario, Canada, used to be as easy as driving one mile across the Peace Bridge over the Niagara River. But that's now a forbidden route.
Tags: Travel, US, Buffalo New York, Ontario Canada, Niagara River, Peace Bridge


Long term sustainable pandemic measures need to be decided upon now....

What a mess.   Like many I'm overdosing on all things Covid.  Given that I'm in Ontario Canada I'm going to focus my remarks on the situation to my home country and province for the most part.  One thing is crystal clear, Ontario's health care system is at the breaking point.   We already knew this of course, the novel coronavirus has merely put this reality front and centre.  Even before the pandemic the term 'hallway medicine' was a campaign issue.  Ontario's hospitals didn't have th...
Tags: Travel, London, Canada, Italy, Un, North Atlantic, Ontario, Imperial College, CTV, Ontario Canada, Gordie Canuk, COVID


Best things to do in Muskoka

The Muskoka lake region north of Toronto in Ontario, Canada, is well-known for its summertime beauty. It turns out to be an incredible place for an outdoor adventure in the winter as well. With average temperatures that never go above freezing, though, spending time outside here requires the right equipment, expert knowledge, and basic precautions. It’s also worth rewarding yourself with a big city stay after your rugged outdoor time. These images give a glimpse into our winter expedition t...
Tags: Travel, Wales, Washington, Toronto, Canada, Winter Sports, Lake Ontario, Montreal, All, Ontario, Burlington, Huntsville, Ontario Canada, Vancouver Island, Muskoka, Muskoka Ontario


9 Valentine’s Day Getaways in Ontario, Canada

Valentine's Day can put a lot of pressure on a relationship but we've got you covered. Here are7 Valentine's Day Getaways in Ontario from Windsor to Ottawa.  9 Valentine's Day Getaways in Ontario, Canada Many people have opted out of celebrating the dreaded day of commercial romance. But when you've found true love and you […] Read the original post 9 Valentine’s Day Getaways in Ontario, Canada on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Romance, Canada, Luxury Travel, Ottawa, Spa, Couples Travel, Ontario, Windsor, Ontario Canada


Should You Book a Flight Through an Airline You've Never Heard of?

In your quest to find an especially great deal for a flight, you’ll likely come across airlines that seem made up—take Bearskin Airlines, for example, which operates out of Ontario, Canada and is very real. Or Chair Airlines, a Swiss airline that flies throughout Europe and is not a figment of your imagination.…Read more...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Vacation, Lifehacks, Plane, Flights, Airline, Ontario Canada, Bearskin Airlines, Chair Airlines


A Note From a Guest Who Stayed in the House Next Door

          My stay at ‘the house next door’ was perfect.   The small but mighty home exudes instant calm as each room beckons…napping in the comfy queen size bedroom upstairs, soaking in the copper tub, whipping up flavor-filled food in the elegantly functional kitchen or just watching Provence from the window on the backyard.   Provence is ribbons of poppy fields lining the roads, vineyards that reveal their age through the strength of their stalks, crisp radishes and lettuce, extraord...
Tags: Travel, living in France, Paris, Provence, Martin, Corey, Ontario Canada, SHELLEY, Yann, French la Vie, Shelley Wildgen, VieChelsea


Lake Huron

Dear AllHello again from London. I have just arrived back from a family visit to Ontario Canada. I thought Id write a travel blog entry on a wonderful threeday trip I took from my familys country farmstead not far from Toronto up north and wes
Tags: Travel, London, Toronto, Lake Huron, Ontario Canada


Niagara Falls going green

Niagara Falls is celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in its own way — by turning green. This Sunday, the falls will be illuminated after dark by green lights, as part of Tourism Ireland’s Global Greening campaign. Hundreds of LED lights, installed across various locations in the Niagara Gorge in Ontario, Canada, light up the falls year-round, but this weekend they will shine bright green in celebration of the holiday. According to the Niagara Falls Illumination Board, on Sunday, March 17, from 7:0...
Tags: Travel, Ireland, Niagara Falls, All, Ontario Canada, Pisa, Niagara Gorge, Niagara Falls Illumination Board, Sydney Opera House Empire State Building Christ


Aloha Friday Photo: North Shore Oahu Sunset

Mahalo to Jason Dove from Kitchener in Ontario, Canada for sharing this amazing sunset shot with us for Aloha Friday Photos. The scene and the composition are fantastic. All we can say is, “Wow!” Happy Aloha Friday! The post Aloha Friday Photo: North Shore Oahu Sunset appeared first on Go Visit Hawaii.
Tags: Travel, Kitchener, Ontario Canada, Mahalo, Aloha Friday Photo, North Shore Oahu Sunset, Jason Dove


At Rancho Cucamonga’s Chaffey-Garcia House, experience local history up close

It’s been a while since I last visited the Chaffey-Garcia House, a special place in the Etiwanda historic district area close to Ontario. I’ve been there several times in the last 20 years and I always enjoy it. To begin, it reminds me so much of the times I spent in my grandparents’ house when I was a child — particularly happy memories for me. The Chaffey-Garcia House is full of things that remind me so much of those times. Dining table in the Chaffey-Garcia House (Photo by Trevor Summons) ...
Tags: Travel, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Portugal, Trevor, Kansas City, Namibia, Weekend Getaways, Southern California, Ontario, Riverside, Ontario Canada, Barnes Noble


One Family’s Travels Around The World

The idea of dropping your life and going on a trip for two months with your family could seem like an impossible dream. For Amy Hachey, it’s something she’s been planning since she was 13. And now it has finally become a reality. Culture, learning, and experiences through travel have always been important to Amy. “There is no room for hate when you’ve laughed and cried with people you’ve met while traveling the world. You sat where they sat, you’ve eaten what they’ve eaten.” – Amy Through trave...
Tags: Travel, Mexico, Uncategorized, World, Ontario, Travel Stories, Amy, Tate, Ontario Canada, Brayden, Zander, Cabos San Lucas, Amy Hachey, Amy Through


Pilot Who Died in Crash Listed Taylor Swift as His Emergency Contact

A Canadian pilot with a history of bank robberies died in a crash 5 years ago. He was legally drunk when he attempted to land his Cessna 172R in Nashville fog — despite a plan to fly to Pelee Island Airport in Ontario, Canada. For the record my emergency contact is Michelle Pfeiffer in The Russia House. Continue reading Pilot Who Died in Crash Listed Taylor Swift as His Emergency Contact...
Tags: Travel, Taylor Swift, Advice, Russia, Nashville, Cessna, Ontario Canada, Michelle Pfeiffer, Pelee Island Airport


Nigerian Queen Obioma Sues: United Airlines Kicked Her Off Flight For Her Odor

A Nigerian woman is suing United Airlines after she was kicked off a flight from Houston to San Francisco. Two years ago Queen Obioma was enroute Lagos, Nigeria ultimately bound for Ontario, Canada where her kids were going to school. Continue reading Nigerian Queen Obioma Sues: United Airlines Kicked Her Off Flight For Her Odor...
Tags: Travel, Advice, San Francisco, Houston, United Airlines, Lagos Nigeria, Ontario Canada, Obioma


Bruce Peninsula Grotto in Ontario

On the shores of the Bruce Peninsula National Park in Ontario, Canada, is a very special sea cave. Hidden in the cliffside, if you didn’t know it was there, you’d likely miss it entirely. Located in Tobermory — the scuba diving capital of Canada — on the Bruce Peninsula, the grotto is on the edge of Indian Head Cove. Getting to the grotto is part of the fun. The Georgian Bay shoreline is an expansive stretch of turquoise, royal and cerulean blues. The hike is very easy at the beginning, but th...
Tags: Travel, Toronto, Canada, National Park, All, Ontario, Don, Ontario Canada, Tobermory, Georgian Bay, Bruce Peninsula, Bruce Peninsula National Park, Canada National Parks, Bruce Peninsula Grotto, Marr Lake trail, Horse Lake


Our fantastic home swap holiday in Ontario, Canada

"We had a fantastic home swap in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Our home swap hosts went out of their way to make us feel so welcome on our arrival after a long flight. Super communication too in the run up to the trip. We enjoyed every minute of our visit with our young daughter. Thank you!  "   -  Joseph and Colette   Reply from Canadian members, Bernard and Diane: "Joseph, Colette, Aoibhean and Stell... what a lovely little family. We are old home excha...
Tags: Travel, Canada, Ontario, Colette, Joseph, Bernard, Diane, Ontario Canada, Stell, Collingwood Ontario, Cheshire England, Collingwood Ontario Canada, Joseph Colette Aoibhean, Poynton England, Diane Highlights, Joseph Colette


Hotel Review – Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort

Travel Experta, Expat Mama, Educator and Entrepreneur - Inspiring Families to New Horizons Going to Niagara Falls is definitely one of those things that everyone should do at least once in their lives. Even better if you get to stay in a hotel with some of the most amazing views of the region. One of those hotels is Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort. Its location makes it an excellent option for exploring the area and the casino provides a lot of fun for singles and couples. The Hotel Grounds T...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada, Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort, Hotel Review Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort


Ontario, Canada: Crossing the Shield by Train

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Tags: Travel, Front Page, Canada, Ontario, Ontario Canada, GoNomad, Railroad Travel, Travel By Train


Meet the Team: The Many Faces of Nomadic Matt

From tech and coding to design to fixing bugs getting readers books when downloads fail to scheduling social media or running the forums, it takes a village to run this website. I simply couldn’t run the website, write, travel, eat, sleep, or anything in between if I didn’t have the support and help of an amazing group of people – and I think it’s time you formally met them all! So, without further ado, here’s team Nomadic Matt: Erica Erica has been working for me for over three and a half y...
Tags: Travel, South Korea, Europe, Japan, UK, London, Sweden, Taylor Swift, Instagram, Interviews, Australia, NYC, Boston, Virginia, Russia, Qatar


Connect with nature with a canoe

Follow Matador on Vimeo Follow Matador on YouTube IN CANADA, canoeing is a tradition that started much before the country’s official birth in 1867 and that has been passed down through generations to become what it is now: A symbol of the Canadian outdoors. Filmmaker Goh Iromoto started paddling at the age of 7 throughout the waters of Ontario, Canada. In this short extract of his film The Canoe, he explains the deep connections one makes with nature while paddl...
Tags: Travel, Video, Water, River, Canada, Lake, All, Canoe, Ontario Canada, Paddling, Paddle, Goh Iromoto


PEOPLE OF ONTARIO CANADA CREATE NEW TRAVEL WEBSITE

ONTARIO CANADA TRAVEL WEBSITE LAUNCH Ontario Needs You Now! List Your Business. We have just published the province of Ontario Canada on our award winning website & blog!! Post and Promote. “… this has become an important source of exposure for us. The ability to promote ourselves online on the best independent and interactive travel website has really grown our business in new and exciting ways..” Toad Hollow Sign up your tourism business now for free and get a jump on preparing yourself ...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Canada, Ontario, Don, Saskatchewan Canada, Facebook Twitter Google, Ontario Canada, Vancouver Island, Atlantic Canada, British Columbia Alberta, Canada Travel, Toad Hollow Sign, Ontario Canada Travel Website, Ontario Canada Travel, Sidney British Columbia Canada


How Airbnb Stopped Playing Nice | backchannel.com

On December 30, 2013, only a day before a six-year-old girl named Sophia Liu was hit and killed by an Uber driver in San Francisco, Elizabeth Eun-chung Yuh, a 35-year-old South Korean native from Ontario, Canada, died of carbon monoxide poisoning at an Airbnb in Taipei. She had traveled there with friends for a wedding and checked into an apartment downtown, where the landlord had recently enclosed an outdoor porch without properly venting the water heater or installing a carbon monoxide ala...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Airbnb, Taipei, Ontario Canada, Sophia Liu, Elizabeth Eun


How Airbnb Stopped Playing Nice | medium.com

On December 30, 2013, only a day before a six-year-old girl named Sophia Liu was hit and killed by an Uber driver in San Francisco, Elizabeth Eun-chung Yuh, a 35-year-old South Korean native from Ontario, Canada, died of carbon monoxide poisoning at an Airbnb in Taipei. She had traveled there with friends for a wedding and checked into an apartment downtown, where the landlord had recently enclosed an outdoor porch without properly venting the water heater or installing a carbon monox...
Tags: Travel, San Francisco, Airbnb, Taipei, Ontario Canada, Sophia Liu, Elizabeth Eun


Ontario, Canada Coming Soon in 2017 – New Park Module Launch

Ontario, Canada Coming Soon Creating Ontario, Canada One Park, Trail, Place at a Time! Ontario, Canada is coming to ehCanadaTravel.com in next few weeks! The province is the next phase to their expansion plans in 2017 and is currently in a pre-launch mode as the people at #CanadaTravel work and build the province. It is only fitting that they keep you – their fans, followers loyal travelers and clients – up to speed on where they are at this time with Ontario and what they are working on. Bu...
Tags: Travel, Content Marketing, Canada, Press Releases, Travel Tips, Canada Tourism, Ontario, Business Tips, Press Release, Ontario Canada, Tourism News, Tourism Advertising, Canada Travel, Northern Ontario Canada


Travel ads to be forced to include all taxes and fees

Travel ads in Ontario, Canada will soon have to include all taxes and fees under new rules that the provincial government says are meant to protect consumers.
Tags: Hotels, Ontario Canada


Food adventures on our Canadian Road Trip – Ontario and Quebec

Our road trip this summer took us through Canada from Toronto to Montreal, eating the freshest of Canadian produce and trying the many craft beers (once the RV was safely parked of course!). We tasted our way through gourmet burgers and poutine, cooked up a storm over the camp fire and enjoyed an occasional sophisticated dinner at in some of Quebec’s finest restaurants, all washed down by the wonderfully varied, locally brewed craft beer. Our first taste of Canada was in Toronto where we spent...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Toronto, Leisure, Canada, Chelsea, Amsterdam, Lake Ontario, Parliament, Kingston, Montreal, Perth, Quebec, Ottawa, Eating And Drinking, Ontario


Foodie adventures on our Canadian Road Trip – Ontario and Quebec

Our road trip this summer took us through Canada from Toronto to Montreal, eating the freshest of Canadian produce and trying the many craft beers (once the RV was safely parked of course!). We tasted our way through gourmet burgers and poutine, cooked up a storm over the camp fire and enjoyed an occasional sophisticated dinner at in some of Quebec’s finest restaurants, all washed down by the wonderfully varied, locally brewed craft beer. Our first taste of Canada was in Toronto where we spent...
Tags: Travel, Featured, Toronto, Leisure, Canada, Chelsea, Amsterdam, Lake Ontario, Parliament, Kingston, Montreal, Perth, Quebec, Ottawa, Eating And Drinking, Rocky Mountains




The Miller House and Garden in Columbus, Indiana

Tucked away in the suburbs of the southern Indiana city of Columbus is the Miller House and Gardens, one of the best examples of modern architecture in America. Every detail of the home was thoroughly planned, down to the positioning of cracks and the perfect cement pour on the floating table. Best of all it was the home to the Miller Family until 2008, and not just a holiday house. It is unlike any home you’ll find again and is famed as one of the finest examples of modern architecture in Ameri...
Tags: Travel, Garden, Usa, Tibet, America, Indiana, Culture, Architecture, United States, Yale, North America, Columbus, Miller, Midwest, TMS, Southern Indiana


79-year-old woman spends unplanned night in Alaska forest

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A 79-year-old cruise ship passenger got lost on a hike near an Alaska glacier and spent a night in the forest without camping gear. The Juneau Empire (http://bit.ly/2aYTTKv) reports the woman from Ontario, Canada, made her way to Juneau’s Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center the next day, tired and wet but in […]
Tags: Travel, News, Alaska, Juneau, Juneau Alaska, Ontario Canada, Juneau Empire, Nation & World


The incredibly stoked community of people surfing the Great Lakes

I first learned how to surf when I lived in Costa Rica. Little did I know then, surfing is possible right in my own backyard, back home on the Great Lakes. Now it is one of my greatest joys to ride freshwater waves where I currently live, on the Georgian Bay in Ontario, Canada. I wanted to share with you my personal and up-close experiences on what it’s like to surf the Great Lakes. It’s definitely not an experience for everyone and some may think the waves are far from perfect – but it’s my bli...
Tags: Travel, Photography, Adventure, Germany, Toronto, Canada, United States, Hawaii, Extreme Sports, Surf, Surfing, Lake Erie, Great Lakes, Swimming, Photo Essay, Northwest



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