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21 Unforgettably Unusual Day Trips and Getaways From Toronto



Unusual getaways from Toronto: hot air ballooning (Photo: Sundance Facebook)

Toronto is a great destination in itself, but travel just a few hours outside the city, and an unusual world of possibilities opens up. Of course, there are the obvious day trips from Toronto—the vineyards of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the theatre of Stratford—but for those looking for a memorable experience that’s off the beaten track, we’ve compiled this list of amazing, unusual getaways from Toronto.

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— Carol Spode runs Tailor-Made Toronto—http://britgirlintoronto.wordpress.com—which offers Toronto-based itinerary planning tailored to a client’s interests and time frame. If you are a visitor, have visitors coming to stay or simply want to find out how exciting and diverse Toronto can be, then leave a comment on Carol’s blog. Contact: britgirlintoronto@wordpress.com.


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4 responses to “21 Unforgettably Unusual Day Trips and Getaways From Toronto”

  1. Gretchen says:

    It’s actually very difficult in this busy life to listen news on Television, thus I just use web for that purpose, and obtain the newest news.

  2. Yohan says:

    What a terrible site design

  3. Nikita says:

    This is your list for unusual day trips? More like a list of the most boring places around who havnt seen a visitor in a ages lol except for the 3 amazing trips like the African Lions Safari, some mystery Cave adventures somewhere undisclosed and hot air balloon rides. I also agree that this site design is confusing and cluttered. The descriptions for the slide show sites are weak at best and in some cases cut off mid sentence. Plus I was disappointed there was no additional info, location info or any links to find out about the sites, i.e. the Caves posting. What a wierd list and half ass attempt to throw a list up. I could of done a list in 5mins that would have been better than this.

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