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Toronto’s Haunted Casa Loma

Casa Loma is a supernatural hub with haunted stories that include tales of paranormal activity, spooky voices and invisible hands.

 

Casa Loma is a gothic style castle in Toronto, Canada filled with 98 rooms, secret passages, beautiful gardens and a haunted history. There have been sightings of a woman who haunts the halls of Casa Loma. Staff and visitors have also claimed to see paranormal activities, hear spooky voices and feel unseen grabbing hands.

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Toronto, Canada: Getting Oot of Town

Day 1 in Toronto included dim sum, the CN Tower, PANAMANIA (what?) and Chromeo (who?). Read on.

 

Getting oot of town…🇨🇦 #travel #canada #toronto #cntower weekendgetaway

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The blue is bluer and the green is greener in Toronto. Must be that Canadian air. So light and so fresh. So not like New York.

I flew into Billy Bishop Airport and took the 30 second ferry to downtown Toronto. The ferry ride had the most welcoming view of the CN tower. You know, the one with the glass floor 1,122 feet above ground.

I caught the free airport shuttle bus to Union Station and walked through Nathan Phillips Square to get to one of my favorite hotel chains, the DoubleTree! They offer warm cookies when you check-in.

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Car Accidents, Concussions & Hot Cocoa in Mont Tremblant

One car accident. Two concussions. A snowboarding trip of epic proportions in Mont Tremblant.

 

Missing my #winterwonderland in #Canada. #tremblant #powder #snowboarding #memories

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This is how bonds are formed. I came on this trip with a friend and left knowing a group of great people, fantastic memories and unforgettable stories.

Thanks to old friends, I’ve made new friends. Friends who drag you through the mountain cause you’re a snowboarding newb. Friends who re-enact Korean music videos while cooking dinner. Friends who make funny faces with you on a frozen lake. Friends who listen to your failed love life over hot cocoa. Friends who are grateful to have met you.

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