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Rideshare: The New Generation’s Taxi

Posted by Henry Sunderland on May 7, 2015

In most large cities and suburban areas, calling a cab is the most common way to get from one place to another in a pinch or if you don’t want to take public transportation. For decades, a taxi cab has been a symbol of movement in and around...

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The Best Tips To Make Your Party Bus Experience Awesome

Posted by Henry Sunderland on Feb 5, 2015

If you’ve never experienced the joy of a party bus, you’re missing out. There’s something exciting about driving from location to location, enjoying great food, tasty brews and rocking jams without the fear of drunk driving...

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The Difference Between 4 And 5 Star Hotels

Posted by Henry Sunderland on Jan 19, 2015

Star ratings of hotels represent the types of amenities and features they provide. It is a way to let visitors know what they can expect when they choose that hotel. People know that if they are choosing a 4-star hotel, it probably has a lot more...

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5 Details To Think About When Planning A Vacation On A Budget

Posted by Henry Sunderland on Jan 6, 2015

Planning a vacation is very exciting, and it is always nice to have something to look forward to. However, in the excitement of booking flights and making reservations at hotels, it is easy to forget about the small details that are essential to...

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How To Find A Cheap (Yet Comfortable) Hotel In Canada

Posted by Henry Sunderland on Dec 17, 2014

Whether you’re planning a winter getaway to Quebec or a summer family vacation to Toronto, Vancouver, or Calgary, no one wants to pay any more than necessary for a place to stay. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to help insure...

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4 Great Reasons To Try Cab Sharing

Posted by Henry Sunderland on Dec 8, 2014

With fuel prices on the rise and all the damage that is being done to the environment, it may seem that there is not a lot you can do to save money and the environment. However, if you take a taxi to work every day then you can cut down on costs...

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Educational Travel

If you're looking for personal growth, plan some educational travel opportunities in Canada to learn about art, music and nature. Read on to learn more.

French Immersion

Attending an immersion camp in Canada will help you become fluent in French quickly and efficiently. Keep reading to learn how to participate as a volunteer.

Ecological Volunteer

You can use your unique strengths and skills to help animals and communities in need while traveling through Canada. Learn about ecological volunteer opportunities here.