London Guide Books, Ontario
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London DIY City Guide and Travel Journal: City Notebook for London, Ontario (Curate Canada! Travel Canada!)Author: Younghusband Canadian City Notebooks
Description: This is a cool and quirky city notebook designed to inspire listmakers and curators to create their own city guide and city biography in list form and journal the heck out of their time in the city. It's a do it (all) yourself notebook for independent travelers and thinkers! "London is a hair-raising and magical place, eh! So, why not create your own city guide and keep a travel journal to help make your time there unforgettable, fun, and organized?" ? Cormac YounghusbandLONDON DIY CITY GUIDE AND TRAVEL JOURNAL: CITY NOTEBOOK FOR LONDON, ONTARIO is a city notebook purpose built for travelers, urban explorers and city locals alike! This notebook is a journal and do-it-yourself city guide that helps you keep all your important information about London organized and ready for when you need it and where you need it.Use the pages of this CANADIAN CITY NOTEBOOK to document your adventures, experiences, thoughts, and memories. Have fun making lists of all the highlights and lowlights London has to offer. This is the perfect place to journal your time in London! This is the perfect place to DO-IT-YOURSELF and write down and organize everything you find fascinating about the city - which is why it's your diy city guide and journal.DIY CITY GUIDE: Inside you will find creative DO-IT-YOURSELF sections like: Getting Started; City Confidential; City Folks; Places to Stay; See & Explore; Eat, Drink & Be Merry; Shopping; Sport, Health and Fitness; Entertaining Stuff To Do; Blacklist Must Miss; Special Lists; City Journal; Rating & Embetterment; and, Notes : Sketches : Maps. The notebook provides the city guide pages. You fill 'em up with your city info!TRAVEL JOURNAL: When you are ready to document your adventures in London, you will find fifty journal pages where you can record key details about the day, weather, locations visited, what happened, thoughts on what happened, notes, and the highlight of the day.Make your time in London more fun, more organized, more productive and more creative with your trusty new sidekick: London DIY City Guide and Travel Journal!"Aldous Huxley said 'For every traveler who has any taste of his own, the only useful guidebook will be the one which he himself has written.'" To help with that, I created a line of DO-IT-YOURSELF City Guides and Travel Journals where YOU WRITE YOUR OWN city guide and JOURNAL all of your city adventures. ENJOY!" ? Cormac YounghusbandTHERE ARE 100 CITIES IN THE YOUNGHUSBAND CANADIAN CITY NOTEBOOK COLLECTION! CURATE CANADA! TRAVEL CANADA! "Find a place in Canada you haven't been, and go there. Keep on trucking, my friends!" - Cormac Younghusband, The World's Most Legendary Nomad[more]
Description: A high quality London Canada Travel Journal designed to make traveling light a breeze. Perfect size for travel, 100 pages and a glossy cover for easy packing. Throw it into your purse, a small backpack, or into your suitcase. An ideal notebook for writing down your memories and bringing them home to read in the years to come. Have a wonderful trip to London Canada![more]
Description: Love, famous musicians, kidnapping, and embezzlement -- these are just a few of the themes readers will uncover when they dip into the stories in this engaging new book about London's past.
Most Londoners know that Guy Lombardo Avenue was named after Guy Lombardo, the famous big band leader and native son, but they seldom know about the people who gave their names to Holman, Cronyn, or McCormick Streets. Street names are a living record of a community's history. When readers learn something about the name of a street, they often learn something new about the place where they live as well.
London Street Names includes more than 100 thoroughfares in the city. Each alphabetically organized entry has something interesting to say about the city's social, political, cultural or military history. Richly illustrated in colour and black-and-white with modern and archival photographs, this book offers a fascinating window onto the history of London.[more]
Description: A picturesque journey through 19th century Ontario. This richly illustrated guide features photographs and detailed descriptions of 70 of Ontario's most remarkable mills. Some were chosen for their fascinating histories, and some for their architectural beauty. All evoke Ontario's charming 19th century past. Mills are listed alphabetically according to regions of the province. Each listing includes concise travel instructions, a brief history of the mill's use, and a handy sidebar with vital statistics on age, operation, architecture and location. This colorful and compelling guide is a must for anyone planning to visit Ontario's historic mills, whether in person or from the comfort of their favorite reading chair. Many have been restored or renovated and are destinations for thousands of travelers each year. [more]
Description: Book by Tausky, Nancy Z., Stefano, Lynne D.
Description: An exploration of the unique and unusual places in Ontario that are steeped in history and folklore.
Using updated and archival material from Discover Ontario, a popular radio show that ran from 1987 until 2004, author Terry Boyle invites you to explore the hidden, unusual, and unknown sites and stories from around Ontario.
Revisit an era of mobsters and rum-runners during the years of prohibition. Traverse the deadly waves of the Hudson Bay and visit the watery graves of shipwrecks scattered among the province?s waterways and coastlines. Learn about Project Magnet, the Canadian government?s top-secret mission to observe and study UFOs. Discover the Ontario connection to the mysterious Crystal Skull of Indiana Jones fame. Or take a day trip to explore the beauty of the natural world and the rich history of many of Ontario?s communities.
Told in a series of short vignettes drawing on a combination of local history and Canadian folklore, Discover Ontario reveals all this and more ? a side of the province not often shared in guidebooks.[more]
Description: Double sided, laminated pocket map that folds to only 4 x 4 inches. The main map covers central Toronto and icludes insets with the downtown, the Danforth, Niagara Falls, public transit system, environs of Toronto and a map for daytrips. Included is a text guide and street name index. Ideal map for short visits.[more]
Description: Discover the wonders of Toronto with this latest Moon Metro destination. Moon Metro: Toronto is the only guide of its kind with maps for each distinct neighborhood, listing the hottest shops, restaurants, sights, and entertainment offerings. A teeming, multi-cultural metropolis, Toronto provides travelers with unparalleled options for shopping, entertainment, cultural activities, and more. Moon Metro: Toronto leads the reader directly into the heart of Toronto's unique quarters, including picturesque Harbourfront, hip Queen West, and trendy Yorkville. Care for sports? Choose from four professional teams: MLB's Blue Jays; the NBA's Raptors; the NHL's Maple Leafs, or the CFL's Argonauts. Looking for a little drama? With over 200 professional theatre and dance companies staging 10,000 live performances a year in more than 90 theatre venues throughout the metro area, Toronto is home to the third-largest theatre center (behind only NYC and London) in the world. Films? Toronto annually hosts the most important film festival in North America, and serves as the backdrop for countless television and film productions. Urbane, cosmopolitan, and unique, Toronto is a meeting place of the 21st century.[more]
Description: Ever wonder what kinds of birds are visiting your backyard, the park down the street, the woods at your cottage? Lorimer's Pocketguides are designed for readers--young and old--who want handy-sized guides to help them identify the birds commonly spotted in their area.
With one bird per page, their easy-to-use format features:
* common name and scientific name
* full-colour illustration
* diagram to show size
* calendar showing the months the bird is usually seen
* colour illustration of egg
* diagram of beak
* transcription of the call
* type of backyard feeder
* short description
New, original, full-colour illustrations by wildlife artist Jeffrey C. Domm, created especially for these books, highlight features that make it simple to identify particular birds. A two-step colour bird finder allows readers to find the species they're looking for quickly and easily. These unique bird guides also include lists of birding hot-spots in and around each city, contributed by local birding experts.[more]