Lighthouse Tour? Province of Ontario? If it interests you take a look at the article below and follow the links to the Bruce Coast Lighthouse Tour.
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More great reading and savings can be found in a brochure called Bruce Coast Lighthouse Tour – the Lighthouse destination in Great Lakes Canada.
The colourful brochure features photos and stories on more than a dozen lighthouses including the Kincardine Lighthouse, Big Tub Lighthouse, Point Clark Lighthouse and the Range Lights of Southampton.
Stretching from Point Clark in the south to Tobermory in the north, the lighthouse tour features 15 distinctive lighthouses and marine heritage sites along the shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay for you to explore.
Climb to the top, take a boat tour, spot the Phantom Piper, experience world-famous sunsets, paint or photograph, learn the history of marine navigation and see shipwrecks. For more information visit www.brucecoastlighthouses.com.
The new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, which opened a few weeks ago, offers guests 21st-century elegance in the heart of glamorous Yorkville.
The hotel features the city’s largest luxury hotel spa and three-star chef Daniel Boulud bring a new level of gastronomic sophistication to Toronto.
MISSISSAUGA DEAL ENTICES
Looking for a Toronto getaway at a great price? If so, you might want to consider a $99 offer from Travelzoo. The destination is The Glenerin Inn and The Spa in Mississauga’s Sawmill Valley Creek, 30 minutes from downtown Toronto.
The deal pairs the 1920s country estate nestled in an urban setting with an overnight stay with breakfast and a $50 spa and dining credit. There is a long travel window – through April including weekends.
The nearby Rattray Marsh Conservation Area provides scenic walking and biking trails.
BLUE MOUNTAIN – JUST ADD SNOW
The ski season is about to begin at the world-famous Blue Mountain, Ontario’s winter playground.
Night skiing runs Dec. 13 through March 17. Blue Mountain offers 15 lifts, including four high-speed six-person chairs. More than 300 pros are ready to help ski enthusiasts brush up on their skills at the Blue Mountain Snow School.
Off the slopes, enjoy the warmth of the Village at Blue.