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I have never been to Canada but it is somewhere that really intrigues me. Have you been? I would love to go but I am not a big fan of flying so I am not sure I could tolerate such a long flight! I can dream though, can’t I? Here I thought I would share with you some of the things I would love to do in Canada!
I would love to see polar bears in Churchill it sounds absolutely amazing. They, in my opinion, are one of the nicest-looking animals along with peacocks and giraffes. Can you just imagine going to see them on a holiday? I would absolutely love it. So much better than a zoo too.
I would love to visit Ontario and see the city in luxury. Imagine shopping and visiting but in a Limo or in Parkinson rental bus Mississauga? It would be amazing, no carrying all the shopping and a really different view of the city. It sounds fantastic and definitely worthy of being on my dream holiday itinerary.
Montreal is supposed to be a great place to visit if you are a bit of a foodie like me. It looks to have some great eateries and we all love eating don’t we so this is definitely a must-do activity on any holiday! I would love to try all new flavours.
Quebec City has a lot of history so for another day of the holiday, I would love to go there and really take in the cobbled streets and the charm the city has to offer. Did you know you can also walk the suspension bridge over a waterfall? That sounds like an amazing view and totally one for the bucket list. I am very scared of bridges over water though so may have to have a gin or two before being brave enough!
Have you ever been to Canada? It seems to have so much to do so I would love to visit. Do you have any recommendations? I have seen some amazing looking condos on Precondo if you are looking to move there too! I would love to move to Canada!
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