Canada - Accessible/Easy Access Accommodation & Activities
Such is the immense size and variation in natural and man-made features of Canada that there is no one scene, or city or countryside view that can sum this country up. But this is a guide for people with impaired mobility, and in Canada there is no better example of achievement in difficult circumstances than Terry Fox, an amputee. The man in the photo. Terry showed amazing qualities of strength, endurance and willpower by running over 5000km across the country to raise funds for cancer research. His run highlights the size of his country, and the many communities who came out to support him along the way, its diversity. The response from Canadians to his effort shows that if you go there, you will be be among generous people.
The other images are of two widely separated Canadian cities – Vancouver with its mountains and beaches so close, and Montreal - older, situated on the shore of the St Laurence seaway - where our guide to accommodation and activities in Canada is starting. With your help we can grow – there is really no limit to the number of listings we have in a country as extensive and diverse as this.
Accessibility is in general a little easier in Vancouver as all of its downtown area is relatively flat, whereas much of Montreal is on the lower lower slopes of Mont Royal, a high point that provides a backdrop to the city. Which doesn't mean getting around there is too difficult - its not, but snow in winter is not so good.
Holiday Inn Express Vancouver-Metrotown (Burnaby)
Refreshed, Central and Relaxed. We have just completed renovations to all guestrooms, conference space and public areas. Our Vancouver area accommodations are directly adjacent to Metropolis at Metrotown, the second largest shopping complex in western Canada with over 400 stores. The Metrotown...
Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Hotel Travelodge Montreal Centre is located in the heart of our beautiful city. Our Montreal, Quebec, European Style hotel near Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal is situated in the Chinese Quarter. We are a non-smoking, pet-friendly hotel conveniently located within walking distance of three...
Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier, Vancouver
The Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier is located in one of BC’s most beautiful neighbourhoods – North Vancouver. Nestled alongside the ocean, our North Vancouver Hotel has stunning waterfront and mountain views. When it comes to North Shore hotels, we are perfect for a vacation or business stay.
Red Roof Plus Secaucus
Experience Red Roof PLUS+. Adding more WOW to your stay! Discover an enhanced experience with all new rooms and our most requested higher-end amenities. A completely remodeled and upgraded stay. Located on the Hackensack River and within minutes of the bright lights and excitement of Times...
Residence Carrefour Sherbrooke Montreal, Canada
Carrefour Sherbrooke located in the heart of Montreal's downtown area on Sherbrooke Street West, provides hotel-style accommodations. Guests will find first class shopping, restaurants and art galleries, outdoor cafés and street festivals all at walking distance.
A snapshot of Montreal
As the introduction to Canada says the inner part of Montreal is situated on the lower slopes of Mont Royal which provides a backdrop to the city. But the slopes are mostly gentle/moderate and access is good to most of the places tourists are interested in. Snow - usually present from around...
Home ice for the Montreal Canadiens is the Centre Bell, l ocated in downtown Montreal. It has a capacity of 21,273 seats making the Centre Bell is the largest arena for hockey in North America and one of the most technologically advanced and versatile venues in the world.
The Bell Centre...
Opening its doors on September 21, 1995, Rogers Arena has become symbolic of Vancouver’s proud identity, attracting over 16.5 million visitors through its doors and serving as the city’s ambassador and host to the world of sports and entertainment. Rogers Arena is one of the premier sports and...
With a worldwide reputation as a leading marine science centre, the Vancouver Aquarium was the country’s first public aquarium when it opened in 1956, and is Canada’s largest. It is home to more than 70,000 animals, more than 60,000 children take advantage of its school programs each year,...