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New York is a city that embodies our hopes, dreams, aspirations, fears, and fantasies. It’s beautiful and romantic, real and exciting. It’s also, apparently, hilarious. At least, that’s what some of the best sitcoms would have you believe.
It may be home to a famous movie star dolphin, but you won’t find much in the way of showmanship at Clearwater Marine Aquarium. Instead, there's a focus on rescue and rehabilitation. Abby Stone, an Animal Care Specialist and Stranding Coordinator at CMA, takes us on an in-depth look at the aquarium.
For those who dream of seeing the world from up above, the CN Tower in Toronto, Ontario, can take your imagination to new heights. The colossal engineering spectacle has been classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and has broken numerous world records.
The majestic Casa Loma is one of Toronto's most distinctive landmarks and is a must-see on the list of places to visit in Toronto. More than 350,000 tourists now pass through its halls each year, marveling at the grandeur and elegance of a bygone era.
Open year round, the Toronto Zoo holds itself to a high standard of care for its residents. With over 5,000 animals and seven geographic regions representing 460 species, the Toronto Zoo has made it its mission to provide memorable experiences that educate, inspire, and promote conservation efforts and wildlife protection for years to come.
Seattle was practically made for families. At once historic and innovative, educational and fun, hard-working and playful, Seattle embodies a robust balance that most parents would love to see reflected in their children and themselves. And good news: parents who take advantage of the exciting cultural experiences that Seattle has to offer with open, curious minds encourage young learners to be precocious observers and participants, too.