Hit the road for a "One-Tank Trip" around Southern Ontario.
Adventures worth the drive from the syndicated newspaper/web column by Jim Fox
Greetings to the many thousands of readers over the past month from across Canada and the United States, as well as countries including the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, France, India, Australia, Japan, the Ukraine, Mexico, Romania and the Netherlands.
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Live it up in Montréal on Labour Day weekend
is still shining strong in Montréal, so why not get busy planning on an extra
special September long weekend? Just think: gourmet food, great outdoor fun, all
that European charm – and, no jet lag.
feast is on when YUL Eat hits the Old Port, September 5 to 7. Unbelievable eats
from the cream of the city’s culinary crop, pop-up restaurants, food trucks,
tasting areas, workshops and more, all peppered with parties and live music.
Grab your besties and zoom
around the city’s hottest neighbourhoods on a scooter, or pack a basket of gourmet
goodies and go on an urban picnic. SUP, kayak or surfboard are all great ways to behold the beauty
of the St. Lawrence River.
FUN WITH THE KIDS
a Family Package and get great hotel deals, plus free tickets for kids
under 12 to major Montréal attractions. There’s tons of stuff in the Old Port
going on– the PàC,
the IMAX and Voiles en Voiles are just a few ideas to get you started.
See Flux, an exhibition by internationally renowned artist David
Altmejd, which runs until September 13. Or muse over Metamorphoses, the biggest exhibition on Rodin ever shown
in Canada, here until October 18.
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