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Whether you want to take a stroll along the waterfront, browse the shops, experience music and cultural festivals, watch a movie, or hop on one of the boat tours for a trip around Toronto Island, the Harbourfront Centre will provide an entire day of fun in the sun.
Located in St. Catharines in the heart of the Niagara grape growing region, Port Dalhousie is just right for the person seeking a relaxing time at the beach, strolls on the shoreline, or a ride on a 5 cent carousel.
A favourite dining out experience for many families is the Rainforest Café. When a more realistic exotic escape is not possible, an hour surrounded by thunderstorms, elephants, and grunting gorillas is a nice diversion from the urban day-to-day.
Sometimes an outing in the country is just what the doctor ordered. Springridge Farm harvests fruit and fun for the whole family. And you can even take home a tasty pie at the end of the day, too!
For well over 100 years St. Lawrence Market has been a source of high-quality food and goods for Toronto residents. It is a vast, two-story market housing all manner of meat, cheese, fruit, vegetables, and delicacies.
The Film Buff is a niche cinema rental store that serves some of the best ice cream in the city of Toronto.
Standing out on the observation deck of the Warplane Heritage Museum, the crowd of 12 or so people were buzzed (extremely close flyby) by an old military plane. A half hour later, we got to take an up close look at it in the hangar, along with many other classic military planes.