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will probably miss out on this deal since I have to ask Jessica for time off first but let's look at this again for August
Sunwing is having a 'buy one flight, get one flight for 30% off' sale on their flights from Toronto to Vancouver.
If you purchase 2 flights, it works out to $368 CAD roundtrip including taxes per passenger on certain date combinations in late June, July and August 2016.
Availability for travel
July & August 2016
How to find and book this deal
1. Go to Sunwing's website
2. Click on the 'Flights' icon
3. Search for a flight from Toronto to Vancouver.
Use one of the following date combinations:
screenshot from Sunwing.ca
Sunwing's confirmation screen is a little confusing, but what you are seeing above is one roundtrip flight for $407 CAD, and a second roundtrip flight for $329. This works out to a total of $736 for 2 roundtrip flights, or $368 per passenger.
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If you drive the roads of Ontario long enough, you might pronounce the province just "bush land, scrub land." There's so much granite beyond Toronto, one rejoices to arrive at a hamlet carved out of the earth. Spread along the back roads, you might find a temporary home and have "some opinion of what beauty is."
Here are my picks for 5 small towns worth visiting within a three hour drive of Toronto.
Forget Avril and the Hell Holes sign off the 401 exit, after you pass the Tim Hortons and McDonalds on Centre St., Napanee is the most quaint river-side place. Sit on the long patio at the Waterfront River Pub and Terrace and wonder why you don't leave Toronto often enough.
Go to Grand Bend for the Beach, stay for the party. This is one of the chief shirt-less zones in Ontario, and after the sun goes down, the bars on Main St. are as raucous as King West. Failing that dubious distinction, the bike trail that runs just off the shore is one of the best Ontario.
It's all about chocolate and beer in Campbellford. This is a town with a great farmers' market, arts scene, and culinary culture that downtown foodies dream of. Ferris Provincial Park is immediately adjacent to the main drag in case you require a quite injection of nature.
Port Carling attracts all the tourists, but Bala is where it's at. Just south of the major tourist action, here you might linger at Bala Falls before eating breakfast at Don's Bakery. The Kee to Bala remains a big deal up here some 75 years after its inauguration.
Lake Erie tends to be under-appreciated by Toronto folks, but much to our detriment. Port Dover as a town is as quaint as they come, but the beach is five stars. In other words, bring your bathing suit. The waterfront is positively bumping in the summer months as the crowds take advantage of the warm waters and small-town hospitality.
What's your favourite small town within three hours of Toronto. Let us know in the comments.
Photo of Port Dover by Brian Krouskie.
US congressman, Steve Cohen, failed in an attempt to establish a minimum seat size standard on passenger aircrafts.
Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tennessee, introduced the “Seat Egress Air Travel (SEAT) act’ in a bid to have the Federal Aviation Administration establish a minimum seat size standard. However, last Thursday, the House Transportation panel voted to ground the bill.
Mr Cohen says that seat width has shrunk from 18 inches in the 1970s to approximately 16.5 inches today. Meanwhile, American backsides have most certainly widened. As for seat pitch (the distance from one point of a seat to the same point on the seat in front), the congressman claims that also has shrunk from 35 inches to around 31 inches. “Shrinking seat sizes isn’t just a matter of comfort but safety and health as well” he said.
Cohen announced he will attempt to push the proposal in a stand-alone bill.
I'm sure you've seen this, but... :)
Will it ever be safe to go back
They maybe has goo?
Here's just two of the many beautiful, serene GIF animations depicting life in Japan, by @1041uuu. [via Hacker News & designmadeinjapan]