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Marriott Hotel Niagara Falls Fallsview
The Niagara Falls Marriott Fallsview is located in the heart of the tourist district adjacent to Minolta Tower and just one hundred yards from the falls on the Canadian side. This full-service hotel is two blocks from Casino Niagara with scheduled shuttle service provided to and from the casino.
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Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Montreal
Located in the heart of Montreal's vibrant cultural and commercial centre directly over the underground city of boutiques, subways, and above central train station. The Queen Elizabeth bids a fond welcome to tour groups eager to experience the many charms of this romantic city.
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Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver
The Pan Pacific Hotel is a spectacular 23 story, 504 room luxury hotel property, reflecting its place on the Pacific Rim by combining the old world traditions of the orient with contemporary North American service excellence. It is located on a pier over the water at the edge of the Downtown core.
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Niagara Falls Guide
The majestic rumble of the falls can be heard from miles away, but the sight itself never fails to cause the viewer to pause and gaze in wonder at the 600,000 gallon per second mass of hissing, frothing water crashing over a 170 foot cliff amid huge clouds of spray and mist. The Canadian Falls, is also called the Horseshoe falls (due to it’s shape).
Montreal Guide
Montreal, home to a third of the population, of the province of Quebec, occupies about one-third (60 square miles) of the island of Montr?al, which is part of the Hochelaga Archipelago. The island is situated in the St. Lawrence River near where it joins the Ottawa River. At the city’s center is a 764-foot hill called Mont-Royal, from which the city takes its name.
Vancouver Guide
Named after Royal Navy captain, George Vancouver, the history of this city, from the cobblestone late-Victorian Gastown, exotic Chinatown and the sleek modern buildings of downtown, is quite evident. The ocean and mountains create a dramatic contrast with downtown's shiny towers of commerce.
Toronto Guide
Canada’s most cosmopolitan city is the cultural heart of south central Ontario. In recent years, the United Nations named Toronto as the most ethnically diverse city in the world. Its residents have come to Canada from 170 different countries and speak more than 100 different languages and dialects.
Ottawa Guide
Ottawa has been described as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world. Less than an hour’s drive from the American border, Ottawa enjoys the attributes of a major center for the visual and performing arts, as well as other big city attractions. Yet, it still maintains the accessibility, atmosphere and charm of a smaller city, in addition to access to spectacular park and wilderness areas located within and around the city.
Quebec City Guide
No excursion to French speaking Canada is complete without a visit to exuberant, romantic Québec City, which can claim one of the most beautiful natural settings in North America. The city is full of 17th- and 18th century buildings and numerous parks and monuments. The Québec government has completely restored many of the centuries old buildings of Place Royale, one of the oldest districts on the continent.
Winnipeg Guide
The province of Manitoba is geographically located in the center of Canada and North America with 1.14 million residents. Its capital city, Winnipeg, is the gateway to Canada's west and is the economic, social and cultural hub of Manitoba. Located at the confluence of the Red and the Assiniboine rivers, downtown Winnipeg requires many bridges and has been a Canadian crossroads for more than 6,000 years.
Whistler Guide
Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, both part of the Whistler Resort, are the two largest ski mountains in North America and are consistently ranked as the No. 1 or 2 ski destinations on the continent. They offer winter and summer glacier skiing, the longest vertical drop in North America, and one of the most advanced lift systems in the world. Some 32 high speed lifts, 200 trails, and 12 alpine bowls cover more than 7,000 acres.