Category: Restaurant News

Farmstead experience on Blue Hen Farm

After the four and a half hour drive from downtown Toronto we arrived at the Blue Hen Farm.  Right at the turn we saw an old cupboard filled with jars of homemade preserves and a sign “Honk for Service”…  And we saw the farmhouse in the opening between trees. Farmers Jeff and Leslie greeted us […]

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Day trip to Collingwood

After the 1 hour drive from downtown Toronto we arrived at the Cranberry Village. We first arrived to the rooftop patio, which has the best view in all of Collingwood. From the roof you can see the lake Huron, the 19 hole golf course as well as the newly refurbished marina. Following a quick resort […]

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Schedule of Events in Laurentians Region

Schedule of Events in Laurentians Region JUNE 30 and july 1 Festival brassicole des Laurentides Parc de la gare 420, rue de la Gare, Saint-Faustin-Lac-Carré 819 688-2161, extn. 234 festivalbrassicoledeslaurentides.com The Laurentian Beer Festival invites all fans of microbreweries to discover and taste craft beers and meet the artisans behind these products. Product presentations, entertainment, […]

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‘Green light’ for St Patrick’s celebrations around the world!

‘Green light’ for St Patrick’s celebrations around the world! 16 March 2017:  Over 250 iconic landmarks and sites around the world will be illuminated green over the coming days – as part of Tourism Ireland’s 2017 Global Greening initiative to celebrate the island of Ireland and St Patrick. The annual initiative, now in its eighth […]

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News From Vaud Tourism. Lake Geneva Region. March 2017

Encounter in Vaud Jean-Yves Cavin – Co-director of the Cully Jazz Festival The Cully Jazz Festival, which will be celebrating its 35th edition this year, has become an illustrious event thanks to a clever blend of specific ingredients. The recipe isn’t that easy, but it’s a resounding success each year. Co-director and artistic director Jean-Yves […]

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Let’s Go to Perth celebrating 200 anniversary together!

Schedule of events in Perth, Ontario Suggested itinerary: Day One: Friday, July 22 Arrive in Perth between 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. for the BBQ Block Party http://bbqblockparty.com/ at the Perth Fairgrounds (50 Arthur Street) Directions from Toronto (3hrs 46 mins): https://www.google.ca/maps/dir/Toronto,+ON/Perth+Fair,+50+Arthur+Street,+Perth,+ON+K7H+3E3/@44.2698707,-78.9357309,8z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m13!4m12!1m5!1m1!1s0x89d4cb90d7c63ba5:0x323555502ab4c477!2m2!1d-79.3831843!2d43.653226!1m5!1m1!1s0x4cd27a443bbdbc8b:0x63becdf201c85aee!2m2!1d-76.2464385!2d44.892452 Lunch at festival food stations Canadian Stone Carving Festival http://canadianstonecarvingfestival.com/ Dinner Drive 17 […]

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Road Trip Itineraries in Maritime Quebec

Road Trip Itineraries in Maritime Quebec Road Trip Itineraries The Gaspésie Tour The Gaspésie Tour is a legendary seaside drive that loops around the huge Gaspé Peninsula. Begin your journey in the region of Bas-Saint-Laurent. From the Kamouraska area, Route 132 will take you all the way to Gaspé, at the tip of the peninsula, […]

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Exploring Sint Maarten with kids.

Traveling to Caribbean Sint Maarten, always was an expensive adventure, especially traveling with kids. Calculating expenses, we found out that airflight takes half of budget. Knowing that usually prices drop in October/November, then first week of January, and after April 15th, trips could become affordable with  Westjet, Sunwing, or Transat… We use mostly www.travelation.com or […]

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News from Montreal Tourism, Fall 2015 issue

News from Montreal Tourism, Fall 2015 issue Le 19 août 2015 Fall is an awesome time to be in Montréal. Things get cooking city-wide with three major food fests, a major photo exhibition and the best and brightest in new cinema. Plus, culture vultures can take in oodles of contemporary dance, a major indie music […]

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Recharge time in Northhumberland!

With Brian, our first destination was “Victoria Inn” at Gores Landing on Rice lake (about 120km drive on 401 East from Toronto)On the front lawn of Victoria Inn we met Mike McNaught, instructor and local fishing guide. First he taught us how to make the fly, then tying fly and casting. Mike with sophisticated tools […]

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