Pioneer Memorial Tower – A Real Life Fairy Tale Setting

Pioneer Memorial Tower – A Real Life Fairy Tale Setting

Who would’ve thought that smack dab in a city in Ontario there would be a tower straight out of a fairy tale? Rapunzel, eat your heart out.

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Toronto Birthday Weekend Bash Part Two: Ripley’s Aquarium

Toronto Birthday Weekend Bash Part Two: Ripley’s Aquarium

Along with strolling through Graffiti Alley, Brit’s other request for her birthday getaway weekend was to visit Ripley’s Aquarium in downtown Toronto. The aquarium was a great addition to the tourist scene in Toronto, and after visiting, I would highly recommend you see it at least once.

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Toronto Birthday Weekend Bash Part One: Graffiti Alley

Toronto Birthday Weekend Bash Part One: Graffiti Alley

For my friend Brit’s 30th birthday, she wanted to celebrate with a girls’ weekend trip to Toronto. It ended up being a pretty chill weekend, complete with two sight-seeing adventures, a shopping trip to the Eaton centre, and a birthday night out at a bar!

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Eastern Canada Road Trip, 2017 – Recap

Eastern Canada Road Trip, 2017 – Recap

Since I don’t travel full-time, I figured that instead of doing a monthly recap, I would recap each of my trips following the full posts. These recaps will contain highs, lows, logistics, funny anecdotes, pictures, etc. that I likely didn’t include in the full posts.

Without further ado, my road trip through Eastern Canada!

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Halifax Part Two: A Citadel and One Final Lighthouse

Halifax Part Two: A Citadel and One Final Lighthouse

Although we were done with Titanic-related places in Halifax, we weren’t quite through with historical sites. We made our way from the cemetery up to the Halifax Citadel, which displays life at the fort in 1869, a time when Canada had only been a country for two years. The pipers, the relics, and the drill demonstrations all added together to create a realistic and immersive atmosphere.

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