AD | Collaborative post Some of the most diverse and awe-inspiring landscapes, cultural experiences and soulful cities are found in Canada and the United States of America. A road trip to such places would be great, but an unforgettable adventure would be to plan it for the whole family in grand style (luxury). This is the article to guide you through that journey you’ve always fantasized about. A journey filled with enthralling attractions, luxury accommodations and gourmet dining to leave you with treasured unforgettable memories.
Canada is one of those countries that isn’t usually high on the bucket list. Of course, it may be on there. But personally, I think many of us explore or aspire to visit some of the most popular locations like the USA or Australia, for example. However, Canada is a vast and fascinating country and one of the most diverse places offering so many different types of holidays.
AD | Collaborative post In 2006 I visited Toronto for the very first time. I was 20, hated my job and had just broken up with my boyfriend at the time. I had friends in Toronto thanks to an online game I’d been playing for years and so, one day on my lunch break I went to the travel agents and booked some flights. I went back to work and handed them my notice too. Crazy, I know, and I don’t really recommend doing such impulsive things now. I fell in love with Toronto immediately,
In my late teens and early 20s I think the best way to describe me would be to say I was a little bit wild. I didn’t really know what I wanted out of life and in 2006 one thing after another eventually made me want to kind of run away. Instead of just staying with a friend for a few days or something I went to a travel agent on my lunch break at work one day and booked flights to Toronto, Canada and handed in my 3 week notice. I stayed there for