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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Canada’s Top 5 romantic spots to share a kiss

Vitamingum Canada kisses and tells about great place

HAMILTON, Ont. – Maybe it was while you were on your honeymoon or out on a great date. Or maybe during a holiday out west? How about that summer when you were a camp counsellor?

Most of us have a passionate kiss or two seared in their memories that can help heat up even the coldest Canadian winter in years.

Vitamingum Canada Inc., the makers of Vitamingum FRESH, have scoured their own memory banks to come up some of the top places in Canada for people to seal their love for each other with a kiss.

“Canada is such a naturally beautiful country and it has a great mix of amazing cities and picturesque towns, all of which provide great backdrops to share a romantic moment,” says Brendan Kover, President.

Here are Vitamingum’s top 5 romantic spots in Canada to share a kiss:

Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia
Located a short drive outside Halifax, Peggy’s Cove and its famous lighthouse draw thousands of visitors a year who want a close-up view of the Atlantic Ocean and the rugged beauty of the coastline. It also makes a great make-out spot for couples — especially at sunset.

Old Quebec City, Quebec
One of the oldest European settlements in North America, Old Quebec City is steeped in fascinating history and charm. Strolling through the old city’s narrow lanes and cobble stone streets between beautiful stone buildings is as close as you can get to feeling like you’re in Europe without actually leaving the continent. Fabulous restaurants, cafes and entertainment — all a stone’s throw from the beautiful St. Lawrence River — the help set the mood for romance.

Niagara Falls, Ontario
They don’t call it the Honeymoon Capital of Canada for nothing! The stunning scenery of one of the most famous waterfalls in the world has been drawing newlyweds and lovebirds for more than 200 years. Visitors can stroll along the same viewing area at Table Rock where Marilyn Monroe filmed parts of Niagara in 1953 and enjoy a kiss with their partner at the brink of the Falls.

Lake Louise, Alberta
Set in the remarkable Canadian Rockies, Lake Louise has a well-earned reputation as one of the country’s most stunning locales. The lake’s vibrant blue water has graced countless postcards and the towering mountains that surround it are popular with skiers and snowboarders from around the world. Like Niagara Falls, Lake Louise is also extremely popular with newlyweds who want to lose themselves in the breathtaking scenery. 

Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC
It may be located in one of the country’s busiest cities, but Stanley Park is truly a place get away from it all and enjoy the majestic west coast. In addition to its famous seawall, the park features 400 acres of rainforest, pristine beaches, amazing views of the ocean and plenty of interesting cultural and heritage landmarks to explore. It’s also an ideal spot for a romantic weekend picnic with the love of your life. 

Vitamingum Canada wants you to kiss and tell also — tell us your favourite Canadian location for an amorous moment by tweeting us at @VitamingumCAN with the hashtag #KissingCanada or visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/vitamingum

About Vitamingum:
Made by Vitamingum Canada Inc., Vitamingum FRESH contains 12 essential vitamins — Vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B12, Folic Acid and Biotin (10% RDV every two pieces). It is the only patented, multivitamin-infused chewing gum but also consists of the unique and beneficial features of containing no sugar and no aspartame. Vitamingum FRESH freshens your breath with the pleasing taste of three flavours — peppermint, spearmint and cinnamon — and at the same time boosts your daily nutritional intake.

For more information, please go to www.chewvitamingum.ca 
 
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