Bare Oaks Family Naturist Park

Address: 20237 Kennedy Road, East Gwillimbury, Ontario, L0G 1V0, Canada | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on 20237 Kennedy Road, East Gwillimbury, is near Sharon Temple.
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      Day 32

      A travel blog entry by yorkessue on Oct 27, 2014

      4 comments, 49 photos

      Monday 27th October Things to see in Toronto - many so I decide on the hop on hop off bus again. This service arranged for a shuttle to pick me up and take me to the starting point right in the centre of Toronto. It looked like New York with the big signs and orchestral music playing. 15 mins later along came the bus and boarded the top deck to take better photos. Narrated tour pointing out many buildings and history of Toronto. Hopped off at the quay and caught a river boat for ...

      24 HOURS PLUS AHEAD

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Oct 02, 2014

      Tabu told me, Rafik, that he would be a good boy in my absence and not ask for too much pea meal bacon. Emotional farewell, comme d'habitude, with Mom and Dad, this time in Waterdown, before heading off at noon for the airport.

      Uneventful trip to the Park 'n Fly self park location; not too long a wait. For some inexplicable reason, all the letters had been replaced by numbers ...

      I think we have a problem Toronto

      A travel blog entry by pjjones on Aug 10, 2014

      53 photos

      ... value) was opposite the baseball ground. Lucky for us they played for a season record of 61/2 hours before the Blue Jays took victory at 6 points to 5 or we would have been competing for beer with 46,000 fans. Toronto city centre seems wealthy and particularly at the waterfront and on some of the nearby Islands, property is selling for millions of Canadian Dollars. It's new, it's pretty and Toronto has 4 clear seasons and good beer. We can see the attraction. Hi ho ...

      Distracted in Canada

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 01, 2014

      8 photos

      ... is a stone facad and the tasting area overlooks the wine production process. We each ordered a wine tasting which included the Gewurztraminer '10, C******nay '09, White Blend '11, Red Blend '11, Cabernet Sauvignon '10 and Syrah '09. Mark and I both agreed that their C******nay blew us both out of the water with its unique "grilled pineapple" flavor and buttery finish so we decided to purchase a bottle. We made some friends also doing a tasting and they recommended ...

      The Journey for Poutine (Smoke's Poutinerie)!!!

      A travel blog entry by b.ramon on May 27, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... degree of poverty and mental illness in the area. I couldn't help but think of Chicago. Downtown Toronto, with its posh hotels and foreboding skyscrapers, towered over individuals who talked to themselves, sat in alleys begging for change, and exhibited bizarre and psychotic behavior as individuals walked by them as if they didn't exist. It was a wakeup call that poverty and mental ...