Category: London, ON

Big water Bucket Bingeman's Splash Park

Exploring Waterloo- Bingeman’s Big Splash

After lunch at the (nearby) Boston Pizza, we came in to the Bingeman’s Big Splash. After changing into our bathing suits we stepped out on to the deck exited about all of the slides that awaited us. They had many slides to choose from and better yet, the height restrictions are very reasonable so that […]

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Ctrl – V Experience in Waterloo, Ontario

As soon as we knew that we are going to CTRL-V we were so impatient that could not wait for 8 pm! The dinner took so long… Finally at 8:10 pm we arrived at Ctrl-V  – Canada’s first virtual reality arcade that was opened in Waterloo just recently.               […]

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Family trip to African Lion Safari

First opened its doors to the visitors in 1969 , since than African Lion Safari went through a lot expansions and animal additions… About 6,000 visitors come here daily to see the exotic animals that are roaming free in the fields or just enjoying the warm summer day in their artfully created habitats on land and […]

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Add Some Light to Your Holiday

KITCHENER, Ont. — Get ready to pack the whole family into the car and drive through a Christmas wonderland this season as Bingemans gears up to bring some spark and light to the holidays by hosting the very first Gift of Lights exhibit in Southwestern Ontario. Gift of Lights is a drive-thru holiday light display […]

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Fashion History Museum in Cambridge, Ontario. July 2015 news

Fashion History Museum in Cambridge, Ontario

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Fashion History Museum now is open in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

The FHM is located in the old post office of the former town of Hespeler at 74 Queen Street East, Cambridge, Ontario, and can be reached from the 401 via the Townline or Hespeler road exits. Starting July 1, the museum will be open regular hours Wednesday – Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. Tours can […]

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January-February 2015 activities on the Bloor Str., Toronto

ON THE BLOOR ST. CULTURE CORRIDOR JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2015 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TORONTO, Canada (January 7, 2015): The 14 arts and culture destinations of the Bloor St. Culture Corridor – Toronto’s most diverse arts and culture district – offer a wide variety of events in January and February, from museum experiences to films, art exhibitions to music concerts, […]

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Wake up the wild…"Steak and Carrot for breakfast"

Wake up the wild … “Steak and Carrot for breakfast” “Africa Lion Safari” said the road sign… At 7:45 am the place was empty – no-one around… in a couple minutes a friendly fellow came up and gave us directions. We had to fill some forms and sign it – so just in case if […]

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Totally Tubular on the Grand

Totally Tubular on the Grand By Igor Kravtchenko We were so excited for our tubing adventure on the Grand River that we all woke up early. We were greeted by the friendly guys from Grand River Rafting company and there was a group of young people laughing and talking about their rafting adventure which made […]

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The Pan American Food Festival Returns to Toronto! August 8-10 2014

The Pan American Food Festival Returns to Toronto August 8-10 2014 TORONTO, ON (April 24, 2014) – The second annual Pan American Food Festival – the only festival in the world that celebrates the best food and culture of the Western Hemisphere – returns to Toronto from August 8 to 10, 2014. This year’s festival […]

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