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Old 03-02-2018, 10:33 AM
 
Location: Land Of Smiles
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Just because these cities aren't well known in the western sense doesn't make them less 'interesting' - just more unknown to us. Also, people are focussing on driving but I think air connectivity is important as well. So availability and how long will it take you to fly to a bunch of cool places should also be considered. In that regard I think Toronto is well positioned. I also think however that it depends on the person. I LOVE S.E Asia so for me Bangkok or Kuala Lumpur is perfectly located. I can take cheap flights on say Air Asia to all kinds of points in S.E asia - many just an hour or two flight. Europe with Ryanair/EasyJet and a host of other Low cost carriers also makes a good argument for Europe If you like that continent.
Totally agree. And as they like to say in Thailand, "never try, never know"
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Old 06-22-2018, 07:06 PM
 
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Southern Ontario has some of the nicest towns IMO (especially Port Hope, Port Perry, Collingwood, Goderich etc), very nice scenery, like the Niagara Esarpment, as well as the beautiful country side and the lakes. It’s home to Canadas largest city (Toronto) and Canadas capital city (Ottawa). There is lots of tourism in Toronto, Ottawa, and Niagara Falls. Also smaller cities like Barrie, Wasaga Beach, Niagara-on-the-lake etc.. have their own tourist economy. And of course location, close to Montreal, Buffalo, Erie, Cleveland, Detroit, Toronto, Ottawa, Niagara, Quebec City, and realitivly close to NYC and Chicago. Those are the things nice about Southern Ontario. While this is off topic a bit, Northern Ontario looks REALLY nice scenery wise. It’s fairly hilly up there with LOTS of greenery and stuff like that, plus little villages which are very nice.
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Old 06-23-2018, 11:39 PM
 
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That is a good question. For me I guess that it’s predictable and everything seems to be so middle of the road.
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