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Canada Day celebrated across Saskatchewan

1 July 2013 | 8:14 pm Canada Day celebrations are in full swing today across Saskatchewan, with events happening in many communities. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/story/2013/07/01/sk-canada-day-saskatchewan.html?cmp=rss

Paralympic athletes and Sochi hopefuls celebrate Canada Day with national appearances – And ongoing training

1 July 2013 | 8:07 pm OTTAWA, July 1, 2013 /CNW/ – Four Ottawa-area athletes, all training in hopes of being selected to compete at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, took part in the live Canada Day Noon Show today on … http://finance.yahoo.com/news/paralympic-athletes-sochi-hopefuls-celebrate-200700466.html

Happy Canada Day! Here are 5 things you didn't know about the Great White North

1 July 2013 | 5:30 pm In honor of Canada Day, we bust five of the biggest myths about America’s northern neighbor. http://www.globalpost.com/dispatches/globalpost-blogs/weird-wide-web/happy-canada-day-myths

Happy <b>Canada Day</b>! How to identify Canadians in the wilds of <b>…</b>

1 July 2013 | 6:14 pm Happy Canada Day! In celebration of this occasion, here are some tips to spot Canadian TV actors in the wild. http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/07/happy-canada-day-how-to-identify-canadians-in-the-wilds-of-television.html

Ryan Seacrest – Happy <b>Canada Day</b>! 5 Most Bizarre Things to See <b>…</b>

1 July 2013 | 4:55 pm With all the kooky traditions that the U.S. offers, our neighbor to the north also have a few of their own. Jimmy Kimmel Pranks Justin Bieber Fans in Hilarious Video. To help celebrate Canada Day, we have dug up some of the  http://ryanseacrest.com/2013/07/01/happy-canada-day-5-most-bizarre-things-to-see-and-do-there/

Happy <b>Canada Day</b> / Bonne Fte du Canada Balloon Juice

1 July 2013 | 4:10 pm Happy Canada Day / Bonne Fte du Canada. Posted by Betty Cracker at 12:10 pm. Jul 012013. canada flag. O Canada: We love you for your exceptional beer, hockey prowess and James Shatner. America thanks you for being such a stylish  http://www.balloon-juice.com/2013/07/01/happy-canada-day-bonne-fete-du-canada/

Toronto Blue Jays J. P. Arencibia Jersey-Blue-Size 56-Ships from Canada-Same day

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Starbucks Canada 2012 "HAPPY FATHER'S DAY" collectible gift card, Eng/Fr. ed.

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Canada #560p UN World Health Day Tagged Stamp MNH

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Tim Horton's Camp Day Children's Foundation Orange Silicon Bracelet Wristband

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Fresh RHUBARB, 14.5 lbs Canada Red, pick & ship same day

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3 Responses to Canada Day

  • Rameek says:

    Incorrect Address- Item Returned To Sender, Canada? LOST? My tracking been like this for the last 5 days including weekends. I live in the US and shipped a expensive item to someone in Canada. I forgot to add the apartment number. I called Canada post to make the change and the lady said she made the request and now the package is held at the processing centre and they have to find it to add the number. I never added insurance on the package. Should I be worried? Will the package get delivered to the receiver? or returned back to me? Is the package lost?

  • Noah says:

    Does This Seem Like A Good Itinerary For 20 Days In Europe? Now I know that each of these places deserves at least a week, but I think that I’ve given each place the time that “I” think will be enough to everything that I want. I’m not getting rid of any of the main cities, but is there anything that I could switch? For example, take a day out of Barcelona for another day in Paris?

    Day 1- Arrive in Rome early morning and spend the day in the city

    Day 2- Day in Rome

    Day 3- Day trip to Amalfi and Pompeii

    Day 4- Day in Rome

    Day 5- Leave Rome by train and arrive in Florence by early afternoon and spend the day in the city

    Day 6- Spend until around 1pm in Florence before continuing up to Venice and spending the night there

    Day 7- Day in Venice

    Day 8- Day in Venice

    Day 9- Leave Venice in the morning (9pm or so) and arrive in Cannes in the late afternoon

    Day 10- Day in Cannes

    Day 11- Leave Cannes late morning and travel to a smaller outer town (not sure which yet) for the day (I won’t be there for the film festival, so I don’t need a huge amount of time)

    Day 12- Continue from the outer town up to Paris and spend the day there

    Day 13- Day in Paris

    Day 14- Day in Paris

    Day 15- Day trip to Chartres and return to Paris for the night

    Day 16- Day in Paris, take a flight to Barcelona late afternoon and spend the night in Barcelona

    Day 17- Day in Barcelona

    Day 18- Day in Barcelona

    Day 19- Day in Barcelona (maybe a trip to an outer town)

    Day 20- Day in Barcelona, get on the plane back to Canada after dinner and arrive back in Canada the next day (flight will be overnight)
    Also, how much money would I need each day for food, transportation (intercity transportation) and everything else? I know this is a lot, but I’d really appreciate the help!

    • Curator says:

      That doesn’t sound unreasonable. Rather than taking a flight to Barcelona, I would take the night train. You can spend a little more time in Paris, don’t have to arrange transportation between airports and cities or deal with early arrival. This also means you would not need a hotel/hostel for the night you’re traveling. You can sleep on the train and arrive in Barcelona in the morning.

      From Rome to Pompeii, you can take an escorted tour. If you choose to do this on your own, take an early train to Naples. http://www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=ad1ce14114bc9110VgnVCM10000080a3e90aRCRD . When you get to the Napoli Centrale station, follow the signs for the Circumvesuviana trains. Take a train in the direction of Sorrento. http://www.eavcampania.it/web/ . For the ruins, you want the Pompei – Scavi Villa Misteri stop. When you’re done with Pompeii, you can continue on to Sorrento. There are buses from the train station to Amalfi & Positano, but don’t expect to have a lot of time there. It’s a long distance and a lot of time for a single day.

      I usually count on spending between 25 and 30 euro for a meal when I’m out exploring, but you can eat well for somewhat less. Trying local food specialties is a big part of the experience for me, so I tend to eat a full meal.

      You can find train costs here: http://www.seat61.com/ The site has links to the various national railroads.

      You might find these sites useful:
      http://www.rometoolkit.com/
      http://www.actv.it/en/movinginvenice/movinginvenice
      http://www.parismetro.com/
      http://www.tmb.cat/en/home

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