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Ottawa, ON, Canada
The Canadian Tulip Festival is magnificent! The tulips are a gift of the Netherlands to Canada every year. If you're ever in Ottawa in the spring, you must visit this festival! I have never seen so many different colors and varieties of tulips in...
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...
250 City Centre Ave #112, Ottawa, ON K1R 1C7, Canada
Yes, Art Is In Bakery truly makes baking an art! Located inside a former industrial warehouse in Ottawa's west end, this edgy gastro-bakery blends the best elements of a Brooklyn eatery and a Parisian boulangerie. Even Ottawa Magazine cited it as...
167 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N8, Canada
Taking their cue from artist and philosopher Sri Chinmoy, the owners of this vegetarian and vegan restaurant live by these words: "Make healthy choices, perfection will be yours." A glance at their menu reveals nutritious fare, hearty and light,...
Pretoria Ave, Ottawa, ON K1S, Canada
Easily accessible from downtown, bike with the family on over 50km of automobile-free roadways every Sunday morning during the summer. If you haven't got your bike already, pick up a Bixi bike located at numerous locations throughout downtown....
150 Elgin St, Ottawa, ON K2P 1L4, Canada
Pictured here are the Eggwitch (front) and The Brunch. Scones are the perfect combination of buttery, crunchy and soft melt in your mouth deliciousness. Located next to Barbarella's strip club and obscured by the Transitway's numerous buses, it is...
Ottawa, ON, Canada
One of the great engineering feats of the 19th century, the Rideau Canal was constructed between 1826 to 1832 originally as a military and commercial waterway connecting the Canadian capital to Kingston, at the head of Lake Ontario. Today, it is...