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Sometimes when you’re craving privacy, a hotel room is the only solution.
Life in the vibrant city of Toronto treats Cecelio Escobar well, but his network of friends tends to keep them in just one pocket of the city. Can “Like A Tourist” host Emily Anonuevo broaden his horizons?
For Calgarian Jaida Shenfield, the beauty of her hometown isn’t lost on her. But she is a little lost on where to start exploring in order to break out her usual weekly routine. Watch as she and “Like A Tourist” host, Emily Anonuevo, become fast friends as the explore hidden gem after hidden gem.
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Dominique Labelle and “Like A Tourist” host Emily Anonuevo team up against a mighty seafood platter at the Hilton Lac-Leamy.
Travelling with the family might be a stressful experience, but these tips will ensure your weekend escape is problem-free.
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If you’ve been struggling to save for that European trip, remember that cafes and fresh croissants can be found in our own backyard. Canada has its own little bit of heaven in Montreal, QC.
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The ultimate itinerary for a weekend in Ottawa. From the AOL Partner Studio
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Short on time? Here are the best weekend adventures Canada has to offer.
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It’s no secret that Toronto is a world-class city with good looks to match. With Lake Ontario at its doorstep and oodles of parks, eclectic neighbourhoods and remarkable history scattered throughout, it’s the perfect spot for a weekend getaway and Instagram photoshoots.
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Weekend trips are great, but packing isn’t. Most of us take on the task last minute, end up forgetting something important, or tend to bring too much. Curb your packing stress with these helpful tips.
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Curio Collection - a new string of boutique hotels, aims to change stigmas held against hotels and alter perceptions that it only offers cuisine that has been subject to forms of industrialization.