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Author: Mark Grzeskowiak
ISBN: 0887808999
Subcategory: Canada
Pages 232 pages
Publisher Formac Publishing Ltd.; 2nd edition (April 19, 2010)
Language English
Category: Travel
Rating: 4.8
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ePUB size: 1771 kb
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eBook Toronto and Niagara (Colourguide Travel Series) download

by Mark Grzeskowiak


Toronto & Niagara Colourguide book.

Toronto & Niagara Colourguide book.

This new Colourguide provides visitors with the. Written entirely by local contributors, this beautifully illustrated guide offers an in-depth look at Toronto's vibrant culture, cuisine, nightlife, and shopping as well as an insider's view of the city's annual events, neighbourhoods, theatre, and sports. This new Colourguide provides visitors with the inside story on where to eat, shop and play in Toronto and Niagara.

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This was the perfect book for an overview of things to do in and around Toronto. It described events that the hotel concierge did not know about such as the last Sunday of each month being a special one in Kensington market.

Series: Full-color Travel Guide (Book 24). Paperback: 304 pages. This was the perfect book for an overview of things to do in and around Toronto. We tried several of the restaurant recommendations in various Toronto neighborhoods and in Stratford and Niagara on the Lake and all were excellent. Very pleased with the depth of detail in such a small book.

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If you are driving between Niagara and Toronto on Thanksgiving weekend, be sure to detour to Balls Falls near Beamsville for . Is there a chance we will see good color between Toronto and Niagara? Canadian Thanksgiving: How do you celebrate? Is there a special meal we should look for?

If you are driving between Niagara and Toronto on Thanksgiving weekend, be sure to detour to Balls Falls near Beamsville for the annual craft fair. It's also a nice chance to see autumn colour as well as some old, Ontario buildings and a pretty cascade. Is there a chance we will see good color between Toronto and Niagara? Canadian Thanksgiving: How do you celebrate? Is there a special meal we should look for?

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Toronto & Niagara Colourguide. Paperback Out of stock indefinitely 9780887808999 Published: April 2010. Prince Edward Island Colourguide. Paperback Out of print 9780887806933 Published: April 2006. Montreal and Quebec City Colourguide.

This new Colourguide provides visitors with the inside story on where to eat, shop and play in Toronto and Niagara. Written entirely by local contributors, this beautifully illustrated guide offers an in-depth look at Toronto’s vibrant culture, cuisine, nightlife, and shopping as well as an insider’s view of the city’s annual events, neighborhoods, theater, and sports. The emphasis is on cultural and heritage attractions including the new opera house and the dramatic renovation of the Royal Ontario Museum.