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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
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Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
From $27.00
 
Detroits Rise Fall and Renewal
"Begin your Detroit tour at a cafe on Broadway where you'll meet your local guide and head out onto the streets. From the minute you leave the meeting point you'll start seeing some famous Detroit landmarks such as the 95-year old Detroit Athletic Club the renovated Opera House the vacant Wurlitzer Building and the fine new downtown YMCA. Your local guide will be telling you all you need to know about these spots
From $27.00

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Point Pelee National Park

Point Pelee was made a national park in 1918 at the urging of birders and hunters. Commercial fishing continued in the park until 1969. Point Pelee was the only Canadian national park to allow hunting...
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Point Pelee National Park

Point Pelee National Park extends from the mainland of Essex County in southwestern Ontario, Canada. It consists of a peninsula of land, mainly of marsh and woodland habitats, that tapers to a sharp...
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Other Wineries

It seems Essex County is becoming the new Niagara. Since 2005, a number of new wineries have established themselves in the region. We only had the opportunity to visit two new ones, but here's a list...
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Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary

Jack Miner established his bird sanctuary in 1904. The hunter-turned-naturalist decided it was time to stop the killing and take action for wildlife. He brought home seven Canada geese to live in his...
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Aleksander Estate Winery

A recent addition to the Southwestern Ontario wine route, Aleksander Estate Winery is a family-run winery with the intention of keeping it small. Their wines are locally grown on 5 acres of vineyards....
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Mastronardi Estate Winery

A new addition to the growing Southwestern Ontario wine region, Mastronardi Estate Winery sits on 100 acres of vineyards previously owned by Colio Estate Wines Inc. The winery is owned by a young,...
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Pelee Island Winery

Pelee Island Winery was established in 1979 and is the biggest winery in the region (Essex County). The main headquarters of Pelee Island Winery are in Kingsville, the town neighbouring Leamington....
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Relax on the Harbour

Leamington has a pretty harbour lined with cottages and a couple restaurants. The harbourfront walkway is a nice place to go for a walk, enjoy the scenery, watch the boats and waterbirds, fishing,...
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Colasanti's Mini-Zoo

Presently, they have a large collection of animals. Along with a petting zoo for children, you can find big cats, lemurs, alligators as well as various reptiles and tropical birds just to name a few....
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Colasanti's Tropical Gardens

A tropical wonderland of exotic birds and gardens, domestic and miniature animals, flowers and plants. Situated on 35 acres, 3.5 acres which is indoors in Ruthven, Ontario, Canada, between Leamington...
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Lake Erie

Lake Erie is the tenth largest lake on Earth and of the five Great Lakes of North America, is the fourth largest by surface area, the southernmost, shallowest, and smallest by volume.
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Top Hotels in Leamington

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566 Bevel Line Rd, Leamington, Ontario, N8H 3V4, Canada
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201 ERIE STREET, Leamington, ON N8H3A5
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279 Erie St. S., Leamington, Ontario, N8H 3C4, Canada
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135 Talbot St W, Leamington, N8H 1N2, Canada
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388 Erie Street South, Leamington, N8H 3E5, Canada
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11 Albert Street, Leamington, N8H 3J7, Canada
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"Tomato Capital of Canada"
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"Most most southerly part of mainland Canada"
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