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Canada’s capital city may be enjoying extra attention recently, but as Cari Gray of Gray & Co. tells her clients, Ottawa’s appeals are timeless. The home to seven National Museums and many others, it’s also a city of green parks and the famous Rideau Canal. Its restaurants are helmed by innovative chefs while nearby is one of the continent’s most inviting wine regions. Ready to head north? Check out Cari’s itinerary to Ottawa and Prince Edward County at AFAR Journeys.
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Ottawa, ON, Canada
The Rideau Canal was constructed in 1832 and added in 2007 to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. For most residents of Ottawa, and visitors too, the 126-mile long canal is appreciated less as an engineering marvel than as a year-round...
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55 Byward Market Square, Ottawa, ON K1N 9C3, Canada
ByWard Market is both a market, filling the block bounded by ByWard, William, York and George streets, and the name for the surrounding neighborhood. This is where Ottawa began, an area laid out by Lt. Col. John By who oversaw the construction of...
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300 Chemin du Lac-Philippe, Sainte-Cécile-de-Masham, QC J0X 2W0, Canada
Canada’s a big country, so it’s only fitting its capital has a big park. Gatineau Park, just over the border in Québec, extends north from the city like a large woodland wedge, more than 100 times the size of New York’s...
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Cari has a special fondness for Prince Edward County, an island that sits in Lake Ontario, which has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting destinations in Canada. New hotels and wineries producing award-winning chardonnays and pinot noirs...
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271 Bloomfield Main St, Bloomfield, ON K0K 1G0, Canada
Cari insists that every client who visits Prince Edward County stop at Slickers Ice Cream. Its owners, Marie Frye and Pat Hacker, were pioneers in creating artisanal products featuring local ingredients. The apples, berries, and rhubarb used in...