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An airport has announced that its passengers will be allowed to freely smoke cannabis before their flights.
Vancouver Airport in Canada is opening up dedicated smoking sections for its weed-smoking customers after Canada legalized the drug earlier this week. Keep Reading on Fox News.
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German pop singer Daniel Kueblboeck has been reported missing off the coast of Canada after a fall from a cruise ship.
Kueblboeck gained recognition as a contestant in 2003 on the national talent show “Germany Seeks the Superstar”.
The coast guard is reportedly searching for the 33-year-old.
The pop singer was supposedly on a holiday cruise from Hamburg to New York.
Cheese is a staple of many cultures. The way a region enjoys its cheese can flavor not only its dishes, but can also be a reflection of the way its people approach life. From a hearty Bavarian side dish best enjoyed in a beer garden, to a mild but flavorful Arab delicacy often shared around the table, here are some of the best ways to enjoy cheese while traveling.
Bavaria offers much more than the beers during Oktoberfest. While sitting in a beer garden anywhere in the region, you’ll find the breakfast veal sausage Weiswurst and the popular Indian-influenced Currywurst on the menu. Accompanying them you’ll also often see kaesespaetzle, a popular dish akin to macaroni and cheese, with a gnocchi-like consistency due to its starchy origins. Sampling it, you’ll be rewarded with a delicious, carb-packed snack dripping with Emmentaler cheese and covered in onions. It’s been described as “what macaroni and cheese is trying to be.” The Swiss version may even be an ancestor to the popular American dish. (See other places you can celebrate Oktoberfest.)……Click Here To Keep Reading
Four distinct hotels. Four different areas of the city.
Toronto has been lauded the last few years for its expanding food scene. Now the hotels are catching up, offering visitors a variety of places to sleep after a fine meal, a ballgame or a visit to the Toronto International Film Festival in September. Here’s a look at four cutting-edge places that have opened their doors in the last few months.
This is the sexy star of the bunch: a hotel from Toronto nightclub owner Charles Khabouth, whose nickname as a boy in Lebanon was Bisha. Front-desk workers wear slick, black leather jackets, and the hotel’s signature scent is piped in as a welcoming embrace. The 96 rooms feature more shades of black and white, and welcome splashes of bold purples or burnt orange, as well as a black metal cart to hold your in-room liquor. You’ll find prints from Andy Warhol on the walls and cool shots of rock stars and celebrities. Nestled in the city’s entertainment district, it’s unlike any other lodging in the city and feels more South Beach than North of the Border. One of the floors was designed by rock star Lenny Kravitz. The lobby’s Mister C Bar Room is dark and lush, and probably best appreciated in winter. In better weather, head to the rooftop pool for fab city views and to soak up some rays, or enjoy a meal at the sunny Kost restaurant. Another restaurant, Akira Back, is one of the best dining spots in the city, serving ahi pizza and a sushi roll with foie gras. Weekend rates in mid-July were listed around $325 a night….Click Here To Keep Reading
Canada is best known for its scenic natural landscapes. From the majestic Rocky Mountains to the breathtaking Northern Lights, impressive wildlife and lush forests, Canada is truly a promised land for nature lovers. Some of the most beautiful national parks in Canada are… Click Here To Keep Reading
Canada finds a place in every globetrotter’s list of top places to visit in the world. And why not?! From its bustling metropolises and seaside towns to French-speaking cities and unspoiled expanses of wilderness, the North American country sweeps people off their feet with its several destinations. But while most people throng here during summers, we bring your attention to the spectacle that the Great White North is during the sweater season. If you seek to give a touch of fun and excitement to this winter, then book cheap flight tickets to any of the following destinations and let the good times roll….Click Here To Keep Reading
Don’t forget Ontario!
Montreal is a city that allows visitors to entertain themselves with whatever their little heart desires. Whatever you’re into, this “Cultural Capital” is sure to host it.
Originally, the Iroquois were the first to settle in Montreal. Although you can look back as far as the 16th century when the French settled there. It has become home to Canada’s second-largest city which is home to about 1,704,694 people. In 2017, Montreal was ranked the 12th most liveable city in the world by the EIU and the best city in the world to be a university student in the QS World University Rankings.
See the history – If you are a fan of iconic landmarks and architecture, Montreal is the place for you. The numerous cathedrals are one of the reasons the city has the highest number of historical places in the entire country. The vast number of places would be difficult to visit in one trip, but you could start with the Notre-Dame Basilica, which features Gothic Revival architecture that is considered to be some of the most captivating in the world. It also features a breathtaking organ that has over 9,000 pipes. Saint Joseph’s Oratory,which is Canada’s largest church, should also be put on you to-do list along with Mary, Queen of the World Cathedral. There are 50 National Historic Sites of Canada, more than any other city.
Sporting Events – Ice hockey is easily the country’s most popular sport and Montreal is home to the NHL Canadiens who boast a 24 Stanley Cup Championship record and is one of the original six NHL teams. Montreal hosted the 2007 FIFA World Cup and also has their own professional soccer team, the Montreal Impact. You can also visit the famous Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, which hosts NASCAR and Grand Prix Formula One racing.
Head To The Outdoors – If you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors, have no worries. There are plenty of wonderful places to visit that will let you take in the fresh air and enjoy nature’s beauty. The Botanical Gardens is a 190 acre park and considered to be one of the world’s best due to it’s extensive collection. You can also visit the Chinese Garden and Japanese Garden or take a trip up to the famous Mount Royal, an expansion of a largely eroded ancient volcanic complex.
Iconic Landmarks – Montreal has more than just churches (although there really are a lot of couches), and you could stay busy for weeks trying to see them all. A few notables to check out would be the Montreal Biosphere at Parc Jean-Drapeau, Habitat 67, located at 2600 Avenue Pierre-Dupuy on the Marc-Drouin Quay next to the Saint Lawrence River, or the Olympic Stadium which was specifically built for the 1976 Summer Games and cost a whopping $1.5 billion.
Indulge In The Arts – You have plenty to pick from here, Place des Arts hosts festivals, performances and concerts and the world famous Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Montreal also hosts the Just for Laughs comedy festival, Montreal World Film Festival, Montreal Fireworks Festival and Cirque du Soleil’s “Circus of the Sun”, which is a staple of Quebec’s performance scene.
Restaurants and Bar Hopping – There is a lot to be said here so we’ll just go ahead and give you a few select choices. You can review and discover what you think would suit you best.
Enjoy your stay in Montreal!