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  • All suites boutique Pantages Hotel in downtown Toronto for $158

    Pantages Hotel Toronto - exterior view

    Pantages Hotel Toronto – exterior view

    You might be planning a romantic escape to Toronto for this fall or maybe you have business in the city, whichever the case, we have a good hotel for you. You can get a suite at Pantages Hotel Toronto starting from $158 per person and pay less through the winter of 2017 compared to average prices. 

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  • The Livable Canada

    The Canadian Rocky Mountains shines above, a typical Canadian view ©Lea/flickr

    The Canadian Rocky Mountains shines above, a typical Canadian view ©Lea/flickr

    Canada is a big country that lies on the northern part of of North America. It shares border only with the United States and it is the worlds longest (1,538 miles). Canada is one of the wealthiest country in the world and gained many times international awards for quality of life.

    The official and national languages are English and French. around 60% of citizens speak English and 30% French, while the rest 10% speak different kind of languages(Italian, Chinese, German and others). Regional languages like Chypewyan, Inuktitut, Cree, Inuinnaqtun and T???ch? are also recognized by the state.

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  • Air Canada cheap flights to Toronto $96 one way

    Toronto

    Toronto

    Book one of this week’s top travel deals, like the Air Canada flights to Toronto we have freshly found you. Fly from major US cities with the Canadian flag carrier and pay from $96 one way.

    If you want an actual vacation package, we have found great Hawaii getaways with car rental from $559 per person and all inclusive Riviera Maya vacations from $599 pp. Take a look at all the deal in the table and then book before your favorite sells out!

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  • Cheap flights to Toronto under $300 r/t

    Air Canada logo - maple leaf

    Air Canada ©Michael Francis McCarthy/Flickr

    Winter is a great time to visit our norther neighbors in Canada for their excellent ski trails and breathtaking winter landscapes! That is why Travelgrove’s deal hunting teams brings you cheap flights to Toronto under $300 r/t among other travel deals this week.

    Book now and fly to Toronto with Air Canada from under $300 round-trip with taxes and fees!

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  • A short guide to the provinces of Canada

    Quebec

    Quebec

    Canada can pride itself with tons of visitors from outside as well as inside the country. As the second largest country in the world, its geographical diversity is absolutely amazing, no wonder so many people want to see it.

    The three largest cities, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal are the main urban destinations, but they are not the only popular ones. Want to know what to visit when in Canada? Watch this cute video and read our short guide to the provinces of Canada to get a taste.

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  • Miami to South America flights with LAN Airlines under $550

    LAN Airlines

    LAN Airlines Aircraft ©Pablo C.M./Flickr

    Travelgrove’s deal hunting editors really made an effort this week and found some cheap Miami to South America flights with LAN Airlines. Airfares are round-trip on economy class and prices start at $549 per person, including taxes and fees – a Saturday night overstay required.

    Booking must be completed till August 27; and travel dates must be between November 30 – December 10.

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  • 5 great ethnic neighborhoods from around the world

    Tokyo sur Seine, photo by firepile on Flickr

    One of the best things about large cities is that they are not uniform, and behind every street corner you might as well find something new, something that you haven’t encountered before. And large cities tend to have little pockets of culture where people have retained their own sense of style, and sometimes language and culture.

    Ethnic enclaves might have started out as something else, but today they tend to be oases of color and uniqueness inside cities. Plus, they are the go-to place if you are in search of ‘authentic’ cuisine and products, as well as interesting sights. Here are 5 great ethnic neighborhoods from around the world, for travelers who want to break the monotony.

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  • The longest train trips in the world

    The Canadian, photo by Simon Pielow

    In the age of jet travel, fewer and fewer people take the train when traveling, and the reasons are obvious: it takes a fraction of the time needed for a train trip, it is more comfortable and you can travel greater distances without minding the obstacles, across mountains and oceans.

    But those travelers who feel some measure of nostalgia for the long-gone days when traveling was not quite as widespread as today will probably still look fondly at trains and railway stations.

    A train trip is far from being a waste of time even today, even if it takes as much time as a whole holiday would last. You get to meet interesting people, you rush past wonderful scenery and do some introspection on your way to some great destination. For railway fans, here are the longest train trips in the world.

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  • The best outdoor ice skating rinks in the world

    Toronto, photo by santaz_elv on Flickr

    In temperate regions, it’s already the beginning of winter, and if you’re lucky to be in the middle of a cold winter with snow and ice, like in the good old times, then people have probably already started enjoying the wonders of frozen water.

    Staging snowball fights or ice skating outside are the best parts of winter, especially if you have a whopping huge ice skating rink at your disposal. Even if the technicalities of a double loop jump escape you, ice skating is good fun for everyone (especially if you don’t mind a few scraped knees and elbows). So if you want to ice skate in style, check out some of the best outdoor ice skating destinations in the world.

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  • Top 5 scary things to do this summer

    Trift Glacier Bridge, photo by Vasile Cotovanu

    Scary is not always bad, it can also be a good kind of scary. Ask any thrill seeker, and they will tell you that being scared is their favorite state of mind. If you wouldn’t mind a few thrills of your own, we’re not about to suggest that you should do something truly dangerous, like swim in shark infested waters or something similar.

    On the contrary, thrill seekers usually take all the necessary precautions that will ensure that they will be around for more thrills next time. So if you’re done with tame, everyday travel experiences, here are top 5 scary things to do this summer that will put some spice in your life.

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