There are thousands of restaurants in Toronto, but there’s only one where the tagline is “learning is always the main ingredient”. The Chefs’ House is operated and staffed by students from George Brown’s Hospitality & Culinary Arts Program. The restaurant gives students real-life, hands-on, front-line experience in which they apply the knowledge learned in the … More The Daily Special: An Education
The expression on Tony’s face says it ALL. That is a scream of pure fun & excitement as we went around in circles on the ‘Krazy Kanuck’ water slide at Wet n’ Wild Toronto. Some would argue that I was the “crazy” one for even attempting the ‘Oh Canada’ water slide, or should I say … More Summer Time Fun @ Wet n’ Wild Toronto!
Sometimes when life presents you with a travel opportunity too good to pass up, you just go for it. That’s exactly what we did earlier this year when we received a last minute invite to stay at the Grey Gables Inn in Pembroke. We had never been to the area known as the Ontario Highlands … More Exploring The Bonnechere Caves
Guest post by: Marisa Baratta Just when I thought my husband and I were running out of places to visit, he found Perth. Perth is a small town about a four-hour drive from Toronto and one hour away from Ottawa. It’s in a part of the province known as Ontario’s Highlands. For us, it was … More Perth – A Peaceful Refuge In Eastern Ontario
The word “EPIC” is often use to describe something so unique, so one-of-a-kind and so unforgettable. The same is true about wine tasting along the shores of Lake Erie. After all, this emerging wine region in southwestern Ontario has the word built right into its name. EPIC refers to the Essex Pelee Island Coast and … More An EPIC Wine Tour!
Don’t even think about wearing skinny jeans because you’ll most likely end up regretting it at the end of your Burlington Food Tour! This one-of-a-kind food tour is a fun & delicious way to spend an afternoon in Downtown Burlington. You’ll meet new people, discover new restaurants, eat delicious food and leave with both a … More Burlington Food Tours: Stretchy Pants Required
It’s no surprise that once you arrive at the Grey Gables Inn you soon realize why it’s called “The Castle of Pembroke”. The exterior and interior are simply stunning based on the well-manicured lawn, statues, lighting, fireplace, wall scones and most of all the Grand Staircase with its floor to ceiling windows. Trust us…you’ll feel … More Come as a Guest, Leave as a Friend.
We loved our first visit to Windsor so when Wayne, owner-operator of Windsor Adventure Inc., invited us to go kayaking with him to Peche Island we immediately said YES. Seriously…we didn’t ask many questions. We just agreed and waited patiently for the first weekend of the 2017 operating season and off we went. We also … More Paddling Over to Peche Island
When our friend Amelie Chanda suggested trying mountain biking along with her friend Paul Meiklejohn we immediately said YES! We had never tried mountain biking before and had a feeling it would be an adventure and it certainly was. Watch the video we recorded of our first-event mountain biking adventure with Amelie & Paul for … More Mountain Biking in Turkey Point, Norfolk County
Visiting a museum may not sound like the most exciting of ways to spend a Saturday, but this place is different. The Halton County Railway Museum (aka the Streetcar Museum) is an interactive museum, where visitors can actually ride on a 100 year-old streetcar as well as walk through streetcars from the 1940s & 1950s. … More All Aboard at the Streetcar Museum!