Category Archives: Exploring Ontario

A day in Paris, Ontario

Paris is a city of 15,000 inhabitants located 110 kilometers from Toronto, on the banks of the Grand River. The name does not come from any resemblance to the French capital, but because a large reserve of gypsum was found here, which is also called Plaster of Paris. And speaking of building materials, the city […]

Royal Botanical Gardens: Everything you need to know

The Royal Botanical Gardens is Canada’s largest botanical garden. In fact it is not “a” garden, but a set of 5 different gardens. Created in 1941, today it has the size of 980 hectares – the equivalent of 1373 football fields – and is home to more than 1100 species of plants. It’s so big […]

If you love wine we’re gonna fall in love with Cave Spring Vineyard

Wednesdays are just Wednesdays, except if your Wednesday includes wine. And food. And a beautiful landscape. And more wine. Last week, a visit to the Cave Spring Vineyard showed me that Wednesday can be the best day of the week! They invited me and other influencers to visit their vineyard and taste their wines. Actually, […]