Toronto holiday tradition continues with 2018 edition of the City Hall Christmas Concert

2018 Brampton Visitor Guide now available

BRAMPTON, ON – Offering something for everyone, the 2018 Brampton Visitor Guide is now available online and in print. The guide helps residents and visitors plan all of the exciting and fun things to see and do across Brampton. It invites readers to discover unexpected finds and unique places shaped by exceptional character in the city.

The guide showcases Brampton through:
• Authentic culinary experiences
• Celebrated members of the community
• Festivals and events that bring people together
• Featured activities and attractions
• Hidden natural spaces and trails
• A vibrant arts and culture community
The 2018 Brampton Visitor Guide is produced in cooperation with Tourism Toronto, Ontario’s Regional Tourism Organization #5, and the City of Brampton. Copies of the guide are distributed throughout Ontario to tourism information centres, chambers of commerce, hotels, industry tour operators and more.

Residents and visitors are encouraged to pick up a print copy at Brampton City Hall or download an electronic version available on Tourism Brampton’s website.

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“Whether you’re hosting visitors from out of town or just wanting to know your city better, use the Visitor Guide to make your plans. This guide will help you explore our city’s tourist attractions, attend premier festivals, events and sport tournaments, as well as enjoy our many parks and trails. Continue reading “2018 Brampton Visitor Guide now available”

MEXICAN ADVENTURES, MAYAN TREASURES!

We’re going to a resort. Fantastic! We’re going to escape the extreme cold for a few days. Awesome!  
We’re going to enjoy tropical fruits and exotic drinks. Superb! We’re going to soak up the sun, sand and sea-breeze! Amazing!

Well, the party had just begun for our group of over 25 revelers, ranging from teens to seniors, celebrating New Year’s at Riviera Maya, Mexico. For thorough city-bred folks like us, this should have been sufficient to relax over the holidays. Flying to Cancun at this time of the year, laying on the beach was our dream, our well-planned vacation. Even before touchdown into the region, you can’t help but be wonderstruck at the miles of practically unpopulated dense, green tropical forest boundaries of the turquoise Caribbean Sea. As also Cancun’s extremely party-friendly Hotel Zone! The city line is dotted by beautiful, well-lit resorts as we drive into our very tastefully done all-inclusive beachfront paradise, which was going to be our home for the week.

The perfect white sand beaches, the flora and fauna native to Yucatan Peninsula played great hosts throughout our entire stay. The expanse of the jungle beckoned us to get more active on the trip and it offered plenty of opportunities to explore. So, even as we went to the most beautiful jewelry store with all kinds of lovely silver ornaments, we were more attracted towards the monkeys that were swinging on the trees outside! The treasures of the jungles seemed more precious, inspiring us to be more adventurous! Continue reading “MEXICAN ADVENTURES, MAYAN TREASURES!”