Ottawa is the capital of Canada, built on a high cliff to protect against the potential advance of American invaders, the capital is now a welcoming place for visitors. The winters offer the opportunity to skate on the world's largest skating rink, at the end enjoying a sugary treat called a Beavertail.
From the Ottawa Travel Guide
The B/B is about 15 mins walk from the main part of Ottawa, it is located behind the main bus station for long distance travel, but its quite enough, the lady that runs and cooks the breakfast is very kind and help full, breakfast is cooked eggs and potatoes with toast and juice and coffee, plus internet access as well,all in all its good value ... more
Thank you to Carol and Brian.......Great ambiance with just a touch of Oz and definately a 'home away from home'. Walking distance to the city....or take a bus.....extremely helpful hosts and very knowledgeable about Ottawa and surrounds. Would definately recommend 'Australis' ... more
Friday, June 29 - no trains Toronto - Montreal
Just a warning for anyone in Canada and planning on travelling between Toronto and Montreal or Toronto and Ottawa tomorrow, because of a planned native protest. Details from Via Rail can be found on their website at this page , and more on the protest here . ...
Trip scheduled for Ontario,Canada…need suggestions!
Hello All, I am a sales executive working for an advertising agency in Australia. Currently, we are a group of executives who have a corporate meeting in Ottawa. None of us have been there and we don’t know anyone close of that place. So, I was hoping to get some good suggestions on the accommodations there so ...