DISABLED HOLIDAYS TO Eastern Canada with Can Be Done
Ottawa, the Federal Capital of Canada is situated in Ontario. The seat of government is free of industrialisation, so parkland and wooded groves are never far away. Gothic Parliament buildings fly Canada’s flag, and across the river the Canadian Museum of Civilisation documents the country’s history. Try a local ‘Beaver Tail’ pastry from ByWard Market. Toronto is known for the CN Tower, the world’s tallest free-standing structure. Second City comedy club has launched several successful careers, and state of the art entertainment is offered at Ontario Place. On the border between the USA and Canada lies one of the world’s most visited tourist attractions – Niagara Falls. Every second, half a million litres of water thunder over the falls. The province of Quebec includes the dynamic city of Montréal, with its joie de vivre in a sparkling mix of cultures, jazz and high fashion, together with the old world charm of the uniquely French-Canadian city of Québec. Nova Scotia’s scenery where scenic beauty, rich heritage and vibrant culture offer you a truly unique experience. Explore the breathtaking shores – from towering cliffs and long peaceful beaches to picturesque bays and charming villages.
Located in the “Heart of the City,” accessible to the theatre district, Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, Queen’s Park, CN Tower and SkyDome.
The Eaton Chelsea Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Toronto, guest accommodations are within minutes of the city’s best theatre, shopping and attractions.
Only a minute away from Grande-Allée and the Plains of Abraham, it is an obvious selection if you want to stay within Quebec City.
Located in the heart of old Québec overlooking the majestic St-Lawrence River, this 100 year old hotel is the city’s most famous landmark.
Located in the heart of the Downtown area across the street from the Ottawa Congress Centre, close to Parliament Hill and many museums and galleries.
A luxurious and elegant hotel ideally located just minutes from Toronto City Hall, the new entertainment complex, Art Gallery of Ontario, the theatre district, Royal Ontario Museum, and the fashion district.
Ideally located in the heart of downtown Ottawa – directly across from Confederation Park and the National Arts Centre. The Lord Elgin Hotel is steps away from the Rideau Canal, Ottawa Congress Centre, Parliament Buildings and the Ottawa Rideau Centre.
Ideally located over Central Station, this is the largest hotel in Montréal and is connected to 7 indoor shopping malls as well as being near to Restaurants and theatres.