Thursday, September 13, 2012

Travel in Fall with Expedia suggests that travel in the fall can provide many benefits over travel during peak winter travel periods - including price reductions and fewer crowds. Canada's largest online travel provider lists perks like greater hotel availability and weather that is very comfortable. For many fall is the perfect time of year - you can wear flattering clothes without overheating, the scenery turns colours that make every tree a vivid splash of colour on a living canvas. Expedia recommends several travel destinations and high on the list is our own city. I have been to all but New York City - maybe next year.

"Toronto, Ontario –Take advantage of great availability and rates with a spontaneous November jaunt to Toronto as there is plenty to do in the city. Visitors can cross some names off of their holiday gift list at The One of a Kind Christmas Show which highlights over 800 artisans and is home to the inspiration behind many unique gift-giving ideas. Urban dwellers can catch a taste of country culture at the annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair or, for the food lovers in town, the annual Gourmet Food & Wine Expo samples over 1,500 wines, spirits and beers from all over the world.

Orlando, Florida - more specifically, Disney World. September is a great time to visit as it’s not only one of the most cost effective times to visit Orlando, it’s also one of the least crowded times to visit Mickey and friends. And, between the months of September to November, Epcot celebrates culinary adventures with the annual Epcot Food and Wine Festival. Plus, right now you can save up to 30% on Walt Disney World Resort hotel bookings through until September 29th. So if you can find the time to sneak away in September, pack up the family and take advantage!

Las Vegas, Nevada – While Vegas remains a popular destination for Canadians all year round, November travel to the entertainment capital of the world has some enticing advantages. The odds of scoring unbeatable hotel rates are higher than usual and combined with some of the great deals on, you’ll feel like you’ve hit the jackpot before touching down on the tarmac. Also stacked in your favor are the numerous shows and activities to keep you entertained.

New York City, New York - New York City may be nicknamed ‘The City That Never Sleeps’, but take a trip during November or December and find a comfy bed for an incredibly affordable price in less than a New York minute. Savvy holiday shoppers will have some extra cash in their wallets for that inevitable pre-holiday shopping and if timed just right, transform a memorable trip into an unforgettable evening by catching the ceremonial lighting of the famous Rockefeller Tree on November 28th.

Vancouver, British Columbia – October and November are great months for a trip out West. For film buffs who just didn’t get enough of a fix at TIFF this year – don’t fret. Find unbeatable deals and availability at Vancouver hotels just in time to catch the Vancouver International Film Festival. Those lucky enough to score their tickets in time will be privy to the largest showcase of Canadian films worldwide. For those hunting for some holiday tradition, later in November, Stanley Park comes alive with Bright Nights, a spectacle that has been illuminating the autumn nights with millions of glittering lights in the park since the early 1990’s."

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