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Travel Information and Maps

Free Geocoding Service for 22 Countries by TravelGIS. The Universal Address is an eight or ten character Natural Area Code (NAC) - a unified representation of an address, global postal code, universal area code, geographic coordinates and universal property identifier for the entire world. The Universal Address is very useful information and can be used to replace a street address on location based services such as:
Mobile Location Based Services Network (http://mlbs.net)
TravelGIS Driving Directions (http://www.travelgis.com/directions)
Universal Addresses can also be pinpointed on all maps with Universal Map Grids, directly navigated with GPS receivers, and will be used as global postal codes to sort all mail automatically. Therefore, it's a great idea to include the Universal Address as part of your address on your mail, business cards, advertisements and yellow pages so that your visitors and customers can find you more easily and your mail will be delivered more quickly.

www.expedia.com is the best travel booking site on the web.

Marina Finder lists almost all the marinas in the world.

CDC's Travelers Health is a Center For Disease Control and Provention website that lists vaccinations, water precautions, and other health advise and advisories for each country in the world.

State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs, Travel Advisories

www.lib.utexas.edu/Libs/PCL/Map_collection.html is the mother of all map collections.

www.indo.com Enter any two cities in the world and this website will tell you the distance between the two cities.

Mapquest.com is an Interactive Atlas. The website has street guides for the major cities of the world and for North America it gives the distance between cities.

Yahoo! Maps is an Interactive Atlas. The website has street guides for North America it gives the distance between cities.

Google Maps is an Interactive Atlas. The website has street guides for North America it gives the distance between cities.

Ontario Road Closures
Manitoba Road Closures
USA Road Closures

Map24.com is somewhat like Mapquest.com.

Aneki.com: Country Information, Regional and World Rankings This site is easy to navigate and provides statistical facts, figures, rankings and general information for over 190 countries in Africa, the Middle East, Europe, Asia, North America, Central America, South America, and Oceania.


Online CityGuide has information on more than 1700 cities in the USA.

www.terrafly.com This site by the School of Computer Science at Florida International University, allows users to view Geographic Information Systems images either by place (longitude/latitude) or street address. A unique feature of this service allows users to view the images continuously and seamlessly, giving the user a feeling of 'flying over' the photographed land areas.


Continental Waterways pioneered hotel barging over 30 years ago. It all began in Burgundy, France with 20 passengers. Offering quality cruises to some 320 passengers a week, Continental Waterways has become the premier specialist in hotel-barging. With a fleet of 12 barges, personally supervised by founders Guy Bardet and Richard Parsons, the company has grown enormously. It offers a fascinating choice of itineraries in France, Holland and Belgium, each more beautiful then the other, and all allowing time for exploring the region and its culture, as well as for making new friends with whom to relax over a real gourmet meal. A dedicated and experienced staff insures that your barging holiday will be magical.

Greenpeace's virtual tour of the amazon.

The Sydney Opera House website has information and a virtual tour of the Sydney Opera House. The virtual tour takes about half an hour and is very informative.

Tourism New Zealand

New Zealand

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

www.surgeon-and-safari.co.za Cosmetic, Plastic & Ophthalmic Surgery with a safari afterwards.

Hong Kong Tourist Association

Abercrombie & Kent Tours Abercrombie & Kent lets you experience the world! Equally important to where A&K can take you, is what you can do when you get there. Our goal at A&K is to go beyond your expectations. A wide variety of touring options are supplemented by our custom touring department. Founded as a safari company in 1962, A&K is now a top-rated tour operator known for unique travel experiences to the far reaches of the globe. A&K offers over 350 escorted tours and independent travel to all seven continents. Find out where Abercrombie & Kent can take you.

Jamaica Travel.com is the offical site of the Jamaican Tourist Board

Graphic Design from the 1920s and 1930s is an online gallery created to share a collection of 1920s and 1930s European travel-related ephemera (printed matter of passing interest).


Boating Safety

Great Lakes and Seaway Shipping (Boat Nerds)

Canada Revenue

Canada Border Service Agency is where you can get information on border regulations and applications for Nexus/Canpass.


Citizenship and Immigration Canada

National Parks of Canada

Canada's Bed & Breakfast Registry lists all the Bed & Breakfasts in Canada.

National Gallery of Canada

Out-There.com Are you a nature lover? If so, you'll definitely want to check out the Out-There.com Web site, a comprehensive outdoor resource, containing tens of thousands of nature, adventure, sports and travel listings throughout Canada.

Greyhound Buslines Canada

Monuments Of Canada has pictures on all sorts of interesting monuments that are in Canada.

Province of British Columbia, Canada

Vancouver Maritime Museum is the principal maritime museum on the Pacific Coast of Canada, and one of the major maritime museums on the West Coast of North America. A member of the Council of American Maritime Museums and the International Congress of Maritime Museums, the Vancouver Maritime Museum interprets the story of Canada's great Pacific port and its links with the Pack Rim. The Vancouver Maritime Museum is the greater Vancouver region's link to maritime history, art, culture and technology, relating the past to the present and looking to the future through its programs and exhibitions.

Province of Alberta, Canada

Travel Alberta

Province of Manitoba, Canada

Tourism Manitoba

Winnipeg to Churchill - Hudson Bay Train If you want a completely different experience, visit northern Manitoba via Winnipeg. The train will take you over 1,700 kilometres, most of which can't be accessed except by train (or a rented plane). This is a long trip, so it's worth it to upgrade to sleeper class so you have a bed to sleep on. When travelling by train, the option of a sleeper is more expensive, but it's highly worth it for long trips like these.

Province of New Brunswick, Canada

Tourism New Brunswick

Kings Landing Historical Settlement

Village Historique Acadien A remarkably authentic historical site in North America (Phoenix Award Winner and Attractions Canada 2001/2002), the Village Historique Acadien strives to portray the lives of Acadians between 1770 and 1939. More than 40 complexes are staffed by interpreters in period costumes who bring ancestral customs and traditional trades back. Each of them has a story to tell! Allow a minimum of 3 hours for a complete visit. The Village Historique Acadien is located near Caraquet, in northeastern New Brunswick, 50 km/30 miles east of Bathurst and 130 km/78 miles north of Miramichi.

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Tourism Newfoundland & Labrador

Battle Harbour National Historic Site of Canada Through the efforts of the Battle Harbour Historic Trust, the village of Battle Harbour is now a living commemoration of the life and society created there by Newfoundlanders and Labradorians during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. Numerous historic structures, walkways and work areas have been restored or reinstated, and a collection of more than 300 artifacts related to the fishery and everyday life are on display. Today, the historic premises at Battle Harbour are open to the public. Now you can discover and experience this fascinating era of Labrador history.

Colony of Avalon Have you ever walked on a 17thcentury street, seen a 17thcentury herb garden, or looked at the remains of everyday life in one of the earliest European colonies in North America?
If you haven't, come to the Colony of Avalon at Ferryland, Newfoundland.

L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site A windswept hill, open to the North Atlantic echoes with the sounds of Norse adventurers working to survive in their new world. Three dwellings, four workshops and an iron-working smithy are left as reminders of the Viking contribution to "New World" discovery. View artifacts of Norse origin while re-enactors educate and entertain you with demonstrations and stories.

Ryan Premises National Historic Site of Canada The fascinating history of Canada's east coast fishery is interpreted at this restored 19th century industrial salt fish complex of warehouses and a proprietor's house on Bonavista Harbour. Programs and award-winning exhibits describe, with riveting detail,the history of the fishery from the 15th to the 20th century. While visiting, take a moment to talk with "Maggie" as she works on the fish flake, try your hand at splitting a codfish, drop by the on-site Bonavista Museum, or stomp your feet to the rollicking traditional music of the Cape Shore Boys.

Marine Atlantic's mission is to provide a safe, environmentally responsible, and quality ferry service between the Island of Newfoundland and the Province of Nova Scotia in a reliable, courteous and cost-effective manner. To that end, the Corporation provides ferry services on two routes. The first is a year-round 96 nautical mile daily ferry service between Port aux Basques, Newfoundland and Labrador and North Sydney, Nova Scotia. The second is a 280 nautical mile tri-weekly ferry service between Argentia, Newfoundland and Labrador and North Sydney, Nova Scotia. This service operates from mid-June until late September.

Province of Nova Scotia, Canada

Tourism Nova Scotia

Village of Greenwood, Nova Scotia is a village in Nova Scotia.

Greenwood Military Aviation Museum

Ross Farm Museum Visit the former home of Captain William Ross and his wife, Mary. A cozy cottage built in 1817, along with two barns, a village school, stave mill and 1830s vintage store combine to recreate a day in the life of early 19th century rural Nova Scotia. Nestled on a 23 hectare 1800s settlement, Ross Farm is brought to life by costumed interpreters, many of them descendents of the original settlers. Animals from heritage breeds, heirloom gardens and demonstrations of barrel making, blacksmithing, spinning and cooking transport you to a simpler time.

Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada Step into a bustling French town of 250 years ago. With impressive walls, majestic gates, quaint homes and formal gardens, comfortable inns and lively taverns, the Fortress of Louisbourg is North America's largest reconstructed 18th century fortified town. Costumed animators recreate the lives of fortress residents. Enjoy traditional cuisine in three period restaurants. Guided walking tours available.

Grand-Pre National Historic Site of Canada This commemorative site was the heart of the 17th and 18th century Acadian village that became the scenic setting for Longfellow's narrative poem Evangeline, and includes a church and cemetery. A new Visitor Centre opened in 2003.

Highland Village Museum Experience Nova Scotia's Gaelic culture and heritage at Highland Village, a living history museum and cultural centre in the heart of Cape Breton Island. Be captivated by the spirit of pioneering Scottish Gaels in this rural setting featuring costumed animators and rare farm animals, including our prehistoric Soay sheep and highland cows. Scottish traditions and demonstrations are part of Gaelic life at the Village. Hear Gaelic singing, learn to speak Gaelic phrases, or take part in one of our traditional ceilidhs (gatherings). The arts of weaving, quilting, rug hooking, and more are showcased throughout the village. Explore our unique Hebridean style blackhouse, our recently acquired 19th century wooden church, farmhouses and other period buildings to see other aspects of Gaelic life in Nova Scotia. Highland Village is located in scenic Iona, overlooking the magnificent Barramen's Strait on the Bras d'Or. Come for a ceilidh and enjoy Gaelic hospitality and history at the Nova Scotia Highland Village.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Immerse yourself in the stories that define Nova Scotia's marine heritage at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic located on Halifax's historic waterfront. Experience the life of a sailor and learn of the province's rich shipbuilding heritage. Explore the museum's newest exhibit, Shipwreck Treasures of Nova Scotia. Also see exhibits featuring Titanic, the Halifax Explosion, as well as galleries on the Days of Sail, the Age of Steam, the restored ship chandlery and Canada's first hydrographic survey ship CSS Acadia at dockside.

Sherbrooke Village A living memory of Nova Scotia, Historic Sherbrooke Village preserves the rich history of Sherbrooke and portrays community life in Nova Scotia over time. This peaceful village built on the fortunes of timber,tall ships and gold, feels just as it did over one hundred years ago. Rediscover the pace of historic village life in Nova Scotia. The ambling gait of a horse and wagon, tumbling water over the mill wheel, fresh baked bread slow cooked in a wood stove - savour these sights, sounds and smells which invite you into the life of this tranquil community.

Northwest Territories, Canada

Tourism Northwest Territories

Territory of Nunavut, Canada

Nunavut Tourism

Province of Ontario, Canada

Barrie Canoe & Kayak Club
The Outing Club of East York

Algonquin Outfitters

Paddle Pals

Tourism Ontario

Tourism Barrie

Collingwood Scenic Caves

Canada Aviation Museum

Muskoka Heritage Place is the home of the Muskoka Museum, Muskoka Pioneer Village and the Huntsville & Lake of Bays Railway Society's Portage Flyer Train - (train not currently available, "back on track" in 2010). Is located in Huntsville, On.

South Simcoe Railway is located in Tottenham, On. Enjoy a 1.5 hour steam train ride to Beeton, ON and back.

City of Barrie, Ontario, Canada's website.

History of Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Sudbury Transit (Transportation Services)

Ontario Science Centre

History of Downtown Barrie, Ontario, Canada

Annual events in Barrie, Ontario, Canada

ScenicBarrie.com has virtual tours of Barrie, Ontario, Canada. Has tons of pictures of events, schools, parks, churches, and much, much more.

Barrie Visitor & Convention Bureau Explore this guide to events, attractions, accommodations, dining, skiing and golfing in this city on Kempenfelt Bay, north of Toronto.

Ontario Travel is Ontario, Canada's travel website.

Toronto Zoo

Barrie Business and Service Directory Directory of Services and Businesses in Simcoe County including Barrie.

Barrie Canoe Club offers canoeing, kayaking, hiking and biking trips to McCrae Lake and Palmer Rapids. Equipment is provided on all tours.

Ontario Science Centre's website enables you to hear a normal heart beat and one after a heart attack. You can also movie trailers of the Omnimax feature film and journey through the solar system. The graphics and photos of the exhibits are wonderful. There are lots of things to see at this website.

Agawa Canyon Tour Trains

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Bear Claw Tours - Georgian Bay's Ultimate Tour gives tours on ATVs.

Black Creek Pioneer Village is located in Toronto.

Town of Caledon, On (including Bolton, On).

Town of Bradford, On

Deep River, Ontario

Deep River's annual Summerfest's website

Northern Ontario Native Tourism Association

Province of Prince Edward Island, Canada

Prince Edward Island

Province of Quebec, Canada

Tourism Quebec

National Parks of Quebec

Mont Tremblant Ski Resort is located in the Laurentian Mountains in Quebec.

Hull-Chelsea-Wakefield Steam train All aboard for a memorable steam train excursion in the heart of the Gatineau Hills in Quebec.

Montreal Botanical Garden's 21000 plant species, 10 greenhouses, and 30 themed gardens are on virtual view by clicking on the online map. There are also activities on this website.

Canada's Ice Hotel is a pure ice hotel.

Province of Saskatchewan, Canada

Saskatchewan Tourism

Yukon, Canada

Yukon Tourism


U.S. Customs and Border Protection


RoadsideAmerica.com is a caramel-coated-nutbag-full of odd and hilarious travel destinations -- over 8,000 places -- ready for exploration.


Detroit Historical Museum
Start your exploration of southeast Michigan's rich automotive history with a visit to the Detroit Historical Museum's Motor City exhibition. This 8,000 square foot display celebrates 100 years of automotive heritage and features an actual working body drop taken from the General Motors Cadillac Clark Avenue facility.
(Located in the Cultural Center)
5401 Woodward Ave., Detroit
Tue-Fri 9:30am-5pm, Sat-Sun 10am-5pm

Detroit Historical Museum
What do the fine arts and automobiles have in common? Plenty, if you're talking about the Detroit Institute of Arts, the fifth largest fine arts museum in the country. In 1932, industrial magnate and philanthropist Edsel Ford commissioned the controversial Mexican artist Diego Rivera to fill the museum's large central garden courtyard with murals depicting industry in Detroit. Rivera studied the community and automotive factory workers closely before painting 27 fresco panels, which depict the automotive and other local industries. The Ford Motor Company River Rouge Plant (included as a drive-by attraction on this tour) served as a model for many aspects of these frescoes, which are considered by many to be among Rivera's most important works.
(Located in the Cultural Center)
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit
Wed-Fri 11am-4pm, Sat-Sun 11am-5pm,
Closed Mondays, Tuesdays and some holidays

New York

New York State Tourism

George Eastman House (Kodak) International Museum of Photography and Film is a museum located in Rochester, NY.

Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum

Rochester Museum & Science Center


State of Ohio Tourism & Recreation


Visit Pa

Hershey, Pennsylvania - The Sweetest Place On Earth

The Lancaster County Information Center. New to Lancaster County? Here you'll discover Amish communities where life moves at a slower pace. You'll find beautiful scenery dotted with one-room schoolhouses, wooden covered bridges, and modern farm machinery being pulled behind four-and six-mule teams. You'll see homemade clothing and quilts gently blowing in the breeze and you'll hear the clip-clop of horses' hooves echoing down quiet country roads.

GM World
Discover some of the latest automotive innovations along with achievements of the past at GM World, located in the Renaissance Center, the world headquarters of automotive giant GM. Get in the vehicles and try them on for size, check out audio-visual displays, and see vehicles from Chevy's to one-of-a-kind concept cars.
100 Renaissance Center, Level A, Detroit

North American International Auto Show-January each year
Come to the annual showcase of the latest and greatest domestic and international automotive designs. Even if you're not in the market for a new car, the NAIAS is sure to please. BMW, Honda, General Motors, Ford...all of the world's major automobile manufacturers come out for this annual opportunity to show off their latest creations--and unveil a few concept cars.
Cobo Conference/Exhibition Center
One Washington Blvd., Detroit

Detroit Historical Museum

Other States of the USA

U.S. Customs Service

U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service

Out 'n' About Treesort & Treehouse Institute offering accommodation and conference facilities in treehouses.

National Museum of the United States Air Force

Kennedy Space Center.com

Diggerland USA

Unclaimed Baggage.com is a one-of-a-kind store snuggled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and bordered by the 70,000 acre Lake Guntersville. Founded in 1970 by Doyle and Sue Owens as a part-time business, it soon became a full-time venture. In 1978, the Owens incorporated the company and watched it prosper as one of the great 'hidden' bargain centers for savvy shoppers. In 1995, Bryan Owens, son of the founder, acquired Unclaimed Baggage and directed the expansion which includes the current contemporary retail store that covers more than a city block. The store has many amenities including a Concierge Desk to help guests, a play area for children and Cups Espresso Cafe - serving Starbucks Coffee. Over one million items pass through the store annually. About 60% of the merchandise is clothing with the balance of the store dedicated to cameras, electronics, sporting goods, jewelry, designer optical, books and of course, luggage. The vast majority of items are from unclaimed baggage which, after at least 90 days of intensive tracking by the airlines, are declared unclaimed. However, lost and unclaimed cargo is also now available in special areas of the store. "Many of our guests come again and again," according to Bryan Owens. "But whether people are visiting for the first time or are among the 'regulars' who drop by frequently, everyone enjoys the sense of adventure in seeing what treasures they can find among the lost items on display in the store."

Jules Underwater Hotel For the first time in history an authentic underwater research habitat is open to the average person--sport divers and even those who have never before dived. And although Jules' still functions as a research lab, you will be pleased to know that it has air-contitioning, hot showers, stereo music, VCR's, a fully stocked galley, and unlimited diving for certified divers! Visit Innerspace and experience what was once only a dream of science fiction writers: living within the sea! In fact, Jules' Undersea Lodge is named after Jules Verne, and our goal is to be sure that Mr. Verne would be proud.

TA Travel Centers of America Their website lists which centers have Wi-Fi access, gas prices, room rates and much, much more.

The Fishing Pier in Florida, USA is the world's longest fishing pier and best of all you don't need a fishing license to fish off of it and it is open 24/7 . There are parking spaces for vehicles of all sizes including big rigs (ie. tractortrailers, transports, ect.).

Gulf Coast of Florida is Florida's travel guide to its gulf coast.

Smithsonian Institution Touring the Smithsonian could take you the better part of a week -- not to mention a trip to Washington, D.C. Luckily, this first-rate Web site provides a portal to the institution's magnificent collections, many of which have been tailored for online display.

Museum Of Modern Art's website is a visual delight that includes an archive, library and information on past, present and permanent collections at New York's Museum of Modern Art.

The White House's website has everything from audio/videos of the president's latest speeches to trivia quizzes and a virtual tour of the white house.

Exploratorium is San Franciso's science museum's website that offers lots of fun learning. Discover the science behind skateboarding and memory among other things. Its library also has an archive of educational webcasts.

VRSeattle.com With more than 700 panoramas on their website, VRSeattle.com lets you tour nearly every nook and cranny of the greater Seattle area. Visit well-known city landmarks, including the Space Needle, Pioneer Square, and the Discovery Market. Or poke around the back roads to explore out-of-the-way beaches and parks.

The Virtual Guidebooks - immersive imagery takes you there. Over 2000 virtual reality panoramas of Alaska, Canada, western US, Hawaii.

Apple QuickTime VR gallery Visit the Apple QuickTime VR gallery for 360-degree panoramas that will make your head spin. Take in classic New York destinations including Times Square and Grand Central Station, or get dwarfed by the giant redwoods in the forests of Big Basin, California.

irealtypix.com has some virtual tours.

The Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) is one of only two broadcast museums in America. Located in the Chicago Cultural Center on Michigan Avenue at Washington Street since the summer of 1992, the extensive public archives collection houses more than 70,000 radio and television programs and commercials. Within the MBC are state-of-the-art studios, spacious screening suites, special galleries and the museum's own gift shop. The museum's unique interactive exhibits attract a diverse group of visitors-from students researching the history of radio and television to senior citizens reminiscing about the great moments in their lives.

Mount Rushmore: American Experience This online exhibit chronicles the planning, design, implementation and minutiae of Mount Rushmore, the U.S. monument commemorating four presidents.

Library Hotel is a new luxury boutique hotel that combines superb design and functionality. Each of the ten guestroom floors of the Library is dedicated to one of the ten major categories of the Dewey Decimal System: Social Sciences, Literature, Languages, History, Math & Science, General Knowledge, Technology, Philosophy, The Arts and Religion.  Each of the sixty exquisitely appointed accommodations have been individually  adorned with a collection of art and books relevant to one distinctive topic within the category of floor it belongs to.

The National Air & Space Museum
Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
14390 Air & Space Museum Parkway
Cantilly, VA 20151
The link is actually the Smithsonian's website. You have to look through the website in order to find The National Air & Space Museum information.

Lonely Planet Online.com

Cereal Adventure is located at 376 North Garden, Mall of America, Bloomington, MN 55425. They serve all 50 General Mills cereals, including hard-to-find favorites like BooBerry, Count Chocula and Kaboom. They also feature a variety of homemade cereal treats that you'll find only at Cereal Adventure! Enjoy your food in an unforgettable atmosphere while you can sit on high bar stools at the counter and watch all your favorite old cereal TV commercials. Inside, you can play cereal games and sometimes catch a cooking demonstration or do cereal craft activities
The Mall of America is just 5 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, at the intersection of I-494 and Cedar Ave (Hwy. 77). Cereal Adventure is located on Level 3 North, across from the North Food Court."

United Kingdom

www.statistics.gov.uk This is the official UK statistics site. You can view and download a wealth of economic and social data free.

Bed & Breakfast For Garden Lovers in Britian

Images Of England View England's heritage-listed buildings via the internet.


Barrie Transit's Website with routes, fare prices and more. Barrie, Ontario, Canada.

Go Transit's Website with routes, fare prices and more. Serving the Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario.

Greyhound Canada

Ontario Northland Buses website has routes, fare prices and more.

Sinton Transportation

Train Travel

Via Rail (Canada)

Via Rail Express Deals

Via Rail Train Packages(Canada)

Amtrak Passenger Trains (USA)

Kiwi Rail (New Zealand)

Camping & RVing

RV for Sale Guide covers all aspects of RV ownership, including choosing the right camper when buying used motorhomes, and most importantly where to go once you get it, advice for renting, how to choose a good insurance policy, motor home loans, plus selling an rv, choosing campgrounds, locate parts, and storage. We help you choose and buy the right recreational vehicle the first time. RV sales can be tricky so when you are choosing a recreational vehicle for vacations, church transportation, live aboard unit, or tour business, be aware of the advantages and disadvantages of the particular platform you are considering.

Roaming Times is the world's leading RV review and RV consumer comments site.

J R Consumer Resources is a consumer group dedicated to helping RV buyers find quality motorhomes, travel trailers and fifth wheels at affordable prices.

Woodalls Camping Forum has Information and Discussions on camping in RVs, Tent Trailers, Tents, Travel Trailers, and Truck Campers.

Motorhome reviews motorhomes and has other RV info.

Build A Green RV is a detailed DIY Ram Promaster conversion van. Also has ideas on other types of RVs.

Winter Camping in Ontario Parks

Heidi's RV is located on Hwy 11 between Orillia and Barrie, ON. They also have a campground there.

"The Hitch House" on Highway #11 on the southbound side, 4 miles north of Barrie, Ontario.

Outdoor Travel Ontario's RV Superstore "The RV Specialist" is located in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. They rent RVs.

Canadream rents and sells motorhomes.

Cruise Canada which is owned by Cruise America rents and sells motorhomes.

Fraserway RV rents and sellls RVs and is located in Cookstown.

Motorhome Escapes Canada (RV Rentals) rents and sellls RVs and is located 1490 Hwy 11 S. Oro Medonte On.

RV Warehouse Inc. is located in Cookstown.

Toronto Camping Centre

Mobilelife RV Centre sells travel trailers, tent trailers, park model trailers, and Class B motorhomes. They also rent "hard top" tent trailers. Located in Kitchener, Ontario.

Motor Home Travel Inc. sells and rents RVs in Bolton, Ontario.

Allmotorhomerentals lists RV rental companies in every country.

Ontario RV Rentals & Sales Toronto Canada Motorhome / Recreational Vehicle Sales & Rentals

Canadian Recreational Vehicle Assocation

Home Is Where We Park Our House

RVers Online


Bigfoot RVs

Fleetwood RVs

Roadtrek RVs

KOA - Kampgrounds of America (including Canada).

Milton Heights Campground is located in Milton, Ontario just west of Toronto.


Teardrops n Tiny Travel Trailers Forum - has info on teardrop shape travel trailers and how to build them.


Flight Explorer lets you track commercial airplane flights.

Flight Tracker offers a cool, graphical way to check the status of a flight in progress, which is useful for seeing if a business associate will be on time or if your flight is late. Type in the airline and flight number and a continually updated map pinpoints the plane's location. The technology is still a bit crude; you can't see what movie they're showing on board or who's in first class--but maybe some day.

Flight Arrivals and Departures is the one-stop spot to get real-time arrival and departure data for flights and airports around the world. Choose an airline and airport, and get data on flights in your specified tiem frame. The site's info is updated every 4 minutes.

OneTravel.com has tons of information on airline travel from baggage rules, tips, safety, and more.

Air Canada (a Canadian company).

Air North (a Canadian company serving the Territories, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Ottawa). I have used them and even though the planes are old the service is excellent. Boeing 737, Hawker Siddeley 748, and ATR 42.

Alaskan Airlines.com

American West.com

Asiana Airlines.com

TWA.com is Trans World Airlines.

Air Jamaica.com

Flight Explorer lets you track commercial airplane flights.

www.aa.com is American Airlines website.

Bravo Helicopters.com

British Airways.com

China Southern Airlines.com

Continental Airlines.com

Delta Air.com

Hawaiian Airlines.com

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.com

Midway Airlines.com

Northwest Airlines.com

Philippine Airlines.com

Porter Airlines (a Canadian company).

Singapore Airlines.com

Southwest Airlines.com

United Airlines.com

West Jet (a Canadian company I think).

Automobile Rentals

Alamo.com (USA)

A-One Rent A Car (USA)

Budget Rent A Car (USA & Canada)

Discount Car Rentals (USA & Canada)

Dhana Car Rental (USA)

Dollar Rent A Car (USA & Canada)

Eagle-Rent-A-Car (USA)

Enterprise Rent A Car (USA & Canada)

Exotic Car Rentals (USA)

Hertz Rent A Car (USA & Canada)

National Car Rental (USA & Canada)

Payless Car Rental (USA)

Rent A Wreck Of America

Thrifty Rent-A-Car

Car Sharing NetworkCar sharing is a revolution in personal transportation - mobility for the 21st century. "Get online" with a car sharing network and you'll get convenient access to a fleet of vehicles (cars, vans, trucks) in your neighbourhood and across the city - and pay only when you use them. Reserve the vehicle that best suits your needs, and use it for a few hours - or a week. And when you feel like it, grab a taxi, take the train, walk, ride a bike or take the bus. If you drive less than 12,000 km (7,500 miles) a year and you don't need a car for work every day, car sharing will likely save you money, give you greater mobility - and actually reduce pollution.