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Canadian Odyssey: Québec City to Toronto

Discover the beauty and history of Eastern Canada’s great cities — Québec City and its Old Town, cosmopolitan Montréal, national capital Ottawa and Toronto, the largest city in Canada.
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Program No. 3734RJ
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11 days
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2,949
Ontario/Québec

Canadian Odyssey: Québec City to Toronto

Discover the beauty and history of Eastern Canada’s great cities — Québec City and its Old Town, cosmopolitan Montréal, national capital Ottawa and Toronto, the largest city in Canada.
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,949
Program No. 3734 RJ
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Jun 21 - Jul 1, 2021
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Aug 9 - Aug 19, 2021
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Sep 13 - Sep 23, 2021
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Jul 12 - Jul 22, 2021
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Aug 9 - Aug 19, 2021
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4,149
Sep 13 - Sep 23, 2021
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3,949
Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2021
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At a Glance

Discover the grand beauty and historical significance of some of the great cities of Eastern Canada: Québec City, the last walled city in the Americas north of Mexico; Montréal, a cosmopolitan center of culture; Ottawa, the national capital; and Toronto, the largest city in Canada. Compare the distinctive architecture and mood of each city. Explore grand cathedrals, stroll cobblestone streets and visit world-class museums. And enjoy discussions with local experts on the history, culture and art of Canada.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to two miles per day; uneven surfaces, cobblestones; some hills and stairs encountered. Some standing in museums/historic sites.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Visit the magnificent Notre Dame Basilica, a masterpiece of Gothic revival architecture.
  • Discover upper and lower town in Old Québec, exploring fortifications that date from 1745.
  • Journey from Ottawa's Parliament Hill to Old Town Toronto and the historic St. Lawrence Market.

General Notes

Select dates are designated for small groups and are limited to 24 participants or less.
Featured Expert
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Marie Legroulx
Marie is an eleventh-generation Quebecoise whose ancestors settled on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in the mid-17th century. She has a BA in history and an MA in Quebec literature from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Marie draws on both fields in her Road Scholar learning adventures as well as within her life more broadly. She taught French and Quebec literature for 25 years at the university level. Marie has been leading groups in Quebec City and the surrounding area since 2008.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Marie is an eleventh-generation Quebecoise whose ancestors settled on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in the mid-17th century. She has a BA in history and an MA in Quebec literature from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Marie draws on both fields in her Road Scholar learning adventures as well as within her life more broadly. She taught French and Quebec literature for 25 years at the university level. Marie has been leading groups in Quebec City and the surrounding area since 2008.
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Don Belec has gone from teaching to student-life animation and administration, from selling education-rated products to fund-raising and marketing and much more during his nearly fifty-year career. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work and travel in Asia, explore parts of Australia and visit 95% of Canada’s expansive regions. He looks forward to engaging with new people as they explore the diversity of Quebec and fully appreciate its contribution to Canada and beyond.
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David Jeanes is a retired professional engineer. He is vice-president of Heritage Ottawa, which is committed to the preservation of heritage architecture, and president of Transport 2000 Canada, which is devoted to sustainable public transportation. A native of Britain, David has lived in Ottawa much of his working life and spent 32 years in the high-tech industry on the design, standardization and marketing of global data-communication networks.
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Bruce Bell View biography
Bruce Bell — journalist, author, playwright, actor and curator — is considered Toronto’s most famous historian and was named the Official Historian of St. Lawrence Hall by the city of Toronto. An award-winning playwright, he also published “Amazing Tales of St. Lawrence Neighbourhood” and “TORONTO: A Pictorial Celebration.” Bruce’s mission is to tell Toronto’s history through his writings and lectures, including his sold-out shows at Toronto’s famed Winter Garden Theatre.
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Ottawa: the Unknown City
by Rob McLennan
A quirky and practical guide to the history and attractions of the Canadian capital. Ottawa may be our capital city but it's also a place of contradictions—the official version offers numerous, beneficent historic sites, institutions, museums, and galleries, but there are other stories to be told. In this latest edition of Arsenal's Unknown City series of alternative city guides for both locals and tourists, Ottawa comes alive as a diverse, quirky town that may look like a government city on the surface but boasts a small-town charm. The book charts a course through the city's hidden landmarks, shopping, dining, and nightlife hot spots, as well as secret histories that will come as a surprise even to life-long locals.
Shadows on the Rock
by Willa Cather
Set at the end of the 17th century in rural Quebec, this beautifully realized novel highlights the struggles of the Parisian widower Auclair and his young daughter to adapt to their new land.
Varieties of Exile
by Mavis Gallant, Russell Banks (Introduction)
Wonderful stories set mostly in Gallant's native Montreal, a city starkly divided between working-class French Catholics and genteel English Protestants.
Unbuilt Toronto: A History of the City That Might Have Been
by Mark Osbaldeston
Unbuilt Toronto explores never-realized building projects in and around Toronto, from the city's founding to the twenty-first century. Delving into unfulfilled and largely forgotten visions for grand public buildings, skyscrapers, highways, and subways, it outlines projects like St. Alban's Cathedral and the Queen subway line. Readers may lament the loss of some projects, be thankful for the disappearance of others, and marvel at the downtown that could have been. Featuring 147 images, Unbuilt Toronto casts a different light on a city you thought you knew.
Lost Toronto
by William Dendy
An intriguing portrait of the 19th- and early 20th-century city, Lost Toronto fills in the gaps of architectural history. Using almost 150 archival photographs, William Dendy identifies and discusses buildings destroyed or significantly defaced as the 20th century progressed. Not just an architectural history, Lost Toronto is a plea for more stringent regulations to preserve historic buildings. Lost Toronto and Toronto Observed: Its Architecture, Patrons, and History (1986) won Toronto book awards.
Lullabies for Little Criminals
by Heather O'Neill
O'Neill's tragicomedy of coming of age in Montreal in the 1980s was shortlisted for the Orange Prize.
The Canadian Frontier, 1534-1760
by W. J. Eccles
A popular, groundbreaking academic history of New France in the colonial era.
Toronto: A Short Illustrated History of Its First 1,200 Years
by Ronald F. Williamson
A Traveller's History of Canada
by Robert Bothwell
A readable and admirably concise march through Canadian history from prehistory to today, including a timeline.
Surfacing
by Margaret Atwood
One of Atwood's earliest novels, a suspenseful yarn where a young woman becomes entangled in affairs, mysteries and the haunting draw of nature as she searches for her missing father on an island off the coast of northern Quebec.
The War That Made America, A Short History of the French and Indian War
by Fred Anderson
Anderson (Crucible of War) illuminates relations between the Indians, French and British in 18th-century North America.
Champlain's Dream
by David Hackett Fischer
In this stunningly researched and engaging biography, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hackett Fischer weaves together the epic story of soldier and explorer Samuel de Champlain, a colonizer of North America who spent 30 years bringing his vision of a New France to life.
Quebec, 1759, The Siege and the Battle
by C. P. Stacey
Originally published in 1959, this definitive account of the fall of Quebec, a key battle in British dominance in North America, is revised by Donald Graves for this new edition.
Canoe Lake
by Roy MacGregor
troubled American woman travels to a small Ontario town, determined to find the mother she has never known. As she searches through dusty records and stirs up old memories among those around her, three young people emerge from the mists of the past…a beautiful woman named Jenny, a shy local boy named Russell, and a dark-eyed painter named Tom, who changes the course of Jenny and Russell’s lives. Historical reality and conjecture are skillfully interwoven with intrigue and suspense as these three move unwittingly toward tragedy.
Wolfe at Quebec, The Man Who Won the French and Indian War
by Christopher Hibbert
Hibbert brings the campaigns, life at Louisborg and dramatic capture of Quebec in 1759 to life in this tale of the neurotic, complex British general.
A People's History of Quebec
by Robin Philbot, Jacques Lacoursiere
This swift overview of Quebec’s 450-year history by a leading historian covers everything from the earliest days of colonization to the province’s recent efforts to gain independence. Includes a helpful timeline.
Toronto: A Pictorial Celebration
by Bruce Bell
Bruce Bell's latest book on Toronto, including fantastic photography. A look at the top 100 sites in Toronto. Bruce is a noted historian, journalist, author, playwright, actor, and curator and is part of this program experience.
Arundel
by Kenneth Roberts, N. C. Wyeth (Illustrator)
The grand historical novel of Colonel Benedict Arnold's doomed march on Quebec in 1775, told through the eyes of a soldier in the Continental Army. Rich in historical detail.
Canada and Quebec: One Country, Two Histories
by Robert Bothwell
An in-depth look at Canada-Quebec relations through interviews with prominent Canadian figures.
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11 days
10 nights
24 meals
10 B 8 L 6 D
DAY
1
Check-in, Registration, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
Quebec City, Quebec
D
Hôtel Manoir Victoria

Activity note: Hotel check-in from 3:00 p.m.

Afternoon: Arrive to historic Quebec City and transfer to the hotel. Program Registration. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Come meet our group leader in the lobby and get your welcome packet. If you arrive late, please ask for your packet when you check in and the front desk will be happy to help you.

Dinner: At the hotel, we’ll have a welcome dinner

Evening: We’ll begin our evening with an orientation session where we’ll get to know each other as well as review the up-to-date program schedule and any changes. We’ll go over important information as well as have time for questions. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may change due to local circumstances/conditions. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Continue getting to know your fellow Road Scholars or settle in for the night. You may also wish to explore what the city has to offer. The hotel is within walking distance of many restaurants, shops, and attractions including the Quebec City Fortifications, Le Capitole Performing Arts Centre, and the Chateau Frontenac.

DAY
2
Quebec History, Walking in Old Quebec, Ursuline Museum
Quebec City, Quebec
B,L,D
Hôtel Manoir Victoria

Activity note: Walking up to 2 miles during the morning field trip, approximately 2 hours with stops for interpretation. Some uneven terrain, stairs encountered; cobblestones.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: A presentation will introduce us to the history of Quebec City. Relive the dramatic history of Canada's oldest city founded in 1608 by the intrepid Samuel de Champlain. Historic images and pertinent commentaries will provide a summary of noteworthy events and notorious characters that have shaped the illustrious history of this World Heritage City. An expert-led walk through Old Québec will enhance the lecture and provide an excellent overview of Québec City. We will learn about the principal historical events that occurred here. The city was awarded its World Heritage City designation in 1985 based partially on the preservation of the fortifications around the Old Town, which date from 1745. This area has a distinct European feel with its stone buildings and winding streets lined with shops and restaurants.

Lunch: We’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Explore the Pôle culturel du Monastère des Ursulines with a museum expert and learn about the educational mission of the Ursuline nuns and their way of life. The Ursulines landed in New France in 1639 and concerned themselves with the education of girls, both French and Native. The Convent is the oldest institution of its kind in North America and is housed in buildings erected at various times during the monastery's three and a half centuries of existence. The Chapel dates from the early 20th century and preserves the interior decor of the original 1730s chapel. The Ursulines museum contains one of the richest ethnographic and artistic collections passed down from the early days of New France, including exquisite embroidery worked by the nuns

Dinner: We’ll enjoy dinner at a local restaurant

Evening: At leisure. Continue exploring on your own, remain with the Group Leader or rest at your hotel.

DAY
3
Quebec's Evolution, Plains of Abraham, Musée des Beaux Arts
Quebec City, Quebec
B,L
Hôtel Manoir Victoria

Activity note: Walking up to 1 mile; museum visit is approximately 1.5 hours; some standing at museum. Uneven terrain, stairs encountered.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: A presentation at the hotel will look at Quebec's evolution, from a traditional to a modern society. From its foundation in 1608 Quebec has developed under the ascendancy of the Roman Catholic Church. For much of its history the Church was omnipresent and omnipotent in French Canadian society but the period of the 1960s also known as the "Quiet Revolution" will mark a radical change where Quebec will develop into a modern and a secular society. Today, Quebec is a collectivity that has assumed itself and developed a self-identity. Then travel by coach to National Battlefields Park, also known as the Plains of Abraham with commentary provided by our local expert, discover the site of many clashes for supremacy between the French and British Empires.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch at the museum café

Afternoon: We will visit Musée National des Beaux Arts du Québec for an exploration of the exhibits with a museum expert. The museum is made up of three linked buildings that display an impressive array of architecture. The museum's collection includes more than 22,000 works produced mainly in Québec from early colonial times to the present day. The museum acts as a custodian, keeping alive the memory of Québec art and artists.

Dinner: This meal has been excluded from the program cost and is on your own to enjoy what you like. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for check-out and for tomorrow's departure.

DAY
4
Coach to Montreal, City Exploration, Pointe-a-Calliere Mus.
Montréal, Québec
B,L,D
Holiday Inn Montréal Centreville Downtown

Activity note: Coach transfer to Montreal approximately 3 hours, city exploration 2 hours. Walking up to 1 mile; museum visit is approximately 1.5 hours; some standing at museum.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: We will board the coach and travel to Montreal where our local expert will join us to explore the landmarks and historic sites of Montreal by coach. Highlights include the downtown core, McGill University campus, St. Joseph's Oratory, Mount Royal and the Old Port.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch at the museum café

Afternoon: Embark on an expert-led exploration of the birthplace of Montréal, Pointe-à-Callière Museum. Rising above evidence of more than 1000 years of human activity, this museum houses remarkable architectural remains, displayed on site with absolute respect for their integrity. Pointe-à-Callière delves into the past to foster a debate on urban issues both local and global, and to encourage us to reflect on the future. Transfer to the hotel for check-in.

Dinner: We’ll enjoy dinner at a local restaurant

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
5
Notre Dame Basilica, Walking in Old Montreal, Organ Recital
Montréal, Québec
B,L
Holiday Inn Montréal Centreville Downtown

Activity note: Walking up to 2 miles in Old Quebec over 2 hours, with stops for interpretation. Some uneven terrain, stairs encountered, cobblestones in Old Montreal. There are stairs at the entrance of the Basilica.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Enjoy a visit to the magnificent Notre Dame Basilica, a jewel of Montreal. This masterpiece of Gothic revival architecture is renowned for its interior, sculpted in wood, paint and gold leaf. Learn about the history of Notre Dame followed by a private recital with organist Pierre Grandmaison. More than 100 years old, the Basilica's organ is a world-renowned masterpiece.

Lunch: We’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Explore the architectural history of the city, as you walk the cobbled streets of Old Montreal with a local expert. Notable highlights during the walk include Place d'Armes and Place Jacques Cartier. This historic city center is rich in museums, galleries, restaurants and grey stone architecture spread out along narrow, cobblestone streets. Stroll through Place Jacques Cartier, a lively public square, and then turn south to the waterfront (Vieux Port). Its impressive harborfront facilities include a 1.5-mile (2.5-km)-long recreational park along the St. Lawrence River, a state-of-the-art science center, a theater, antiquarian bookshops and inviting cafés.

Dinner: Dinner on your own to explore local fare

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
6
Museum of History, Ottawa Highlights
Ottawa, Ontario
B,L,D
Lord Elgin Hotel

Activity note: Coach transfer to Ottawa is 2.5 hours; coach exploration 1.5 - 2 hours. Walking up to 1 mile, some standing at museum.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: After breakfast we'll check out and depart by coach for Ottawa, Canada's capital city. Explore this country's cultural and architectural treasures with curatorial staff at the Canadian Museum of History. We will explore the history of Canada's Aboriginal peoples, learn about their fight for cultural survival and admire the wealth of their contributions to Canadian society. Experience a remarkable journey through 1,000 years of Canadian social history.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch at the Museum of History cafeteria.

Afternoon: Discover Ottawa on a coach exploration with a local expert. Highlights include East Block, oldest of the Parliament buildings (1865), Confederation Square, War Memorial, Tomb of Unknown Soldier, former Union Station/Chateau Laurier, Rideau Canal Locks (1832), Lockmaster's House (1884), National Arts Centre, City Hall, National Defence HQ and more.

Dinner: We'll enjoy dinner at the hotel

Evening: Evening at leisure. Explore the wonderful night life in Ottawa, from concerts to theater.

DAY
7
Canada's National Capital, Parliament Hill, Boat Cruise
Ottawa, Ontario
B,L
Lord Elgin Hotel

Activity note: Walking on the morning field trip up to 2 miles including a 15-minute walk from the hotel to Parliament. Photo ID required for Parliament visit, 1.5 hours. Some standing. The Paula D is the vessel used for the afternoon boat trip. See the scenery of Ottawa from the open air environment found on the upper deck or to relax on the tables in the roomy lower deck. It is also on the lower deck that our passengers will find our fully licensed bar and canteen. Restrooms are also located on this level.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: A morning presentation will focus on Ottawa, our nation's capital, and the evolution of Canada from colonial days to the present day. Hear how the country went from inauspicious beginnings to a territorial land expanse second only to that of Russia. Then we will visit Canada's Parliament Buildings and the center stage of Canadian democracy on a guided exploration. We will visit either the Senate chamber in Ottawa's former train station; or the House of Commons with its unique glass roof in the west block building (locations and buildings may vary depending on availability or special circumstances). There are security checkpoints where photo ID will be required.

Lunch: We’ll enjoy lunch at a local restaurant

Afternoon: Embark on a boat trip on the Ottawa River. View the city as it was first conceived with the river as its main highway and resource. See the natural beauty of the region that captured the imagination of the first European explorer Samuel de Champlain. Highlights include Parliament Buildings, Supreme Court, National Art Gallery, Rideau Falls, and the residence of the Prime Minister of Canada.

Dinner: Dinner on your own this evening to explore local flavours

Evening: At leisure. You may remain with your Group Leader to continue exploring local sites or take the opportunity to head off on your own to discover Ottawa. Prepare for check-out and departure tomorrow morning.

DAY
8
Transfer to Toronto, Fort Henry
Toronto, Ontario
B,L,D
Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Downtown

Activity note: Coach travel from Ottawa to Kingston (2 hours), morning field trip and lunch followed by coach transfer from Kingston to Toronto (3 hours). Walking up to 1 mile at the fort with stops for interpretation (1 hour); some standing.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Check out after breakfast and depart by coach for Toronto with a stop in historic Kingston, Canada's first capital. Step back in time as we explore the grounds and buildings of Fort Henry National Historic Site, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a local expert. We experience life set in the year of Canada's Confederation, 1867 as you enter the Citadel. Set your watch by our Noon Gun while men and women interpret their daily chores of the era. Fort Henry is the largest fortification west of Quebec City. Once inside the fortification's wooden gates visitors enter a marvelous reproduction of 19th century military life. The original Fort Henry was built during the War of 1812 (1812-1814), between Great Britain and the United States of America.

Lunch: Enjoy lunch at Fort Henry

Afternoon: This afternoon we will travel to Toronto, and check in to our hotel in the late afternoon

Dinner: We’ll enjoy dinner at the hotel.

Evening: At leisure. Explore Toronto on your own, remain with the Group Leader or rest at your hotel.

DAY
9
Old Town Toronto, Market, Elgin Winter Garden Theatre
Toronto, Ontario
B,L
Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Downtown

Activity note: Walking 1.5 2 miles on city sidewalks, approximately 1.5 hours with stops for interpretation. We will be using public transit (TTC) today. Some stairs encountered.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: Join a local expert for a presentation on the city of Toronto, past and present, and how it went from here to there. Toronto is the capital of the Province of Ontario and people have lived here since shortly after the last ice age, although the urban community only dates to 1793 when British colonial officials founded the Town of York on what then was the Upper Canadian frontier. That backwoods village grew to become the City of Toronto in 1834, and through its subsequent evolution and expansion Toronto has emerged as one of the most liveable and multicultural urban places in the world today. Then set out on foot to discover the city's hidden gems that are often overlooked. We will explore Old Town Toronto with stops at St. Lawrence Hall, Toronto's First Post Office (1834), St. James Cathedral as well as various historical sites along the way. The fusion of classic architecture and modern amenities is enhanced by the stunning view of Toronto's skyline. End at St. Lawrence Market; a restored 1845 market building that is home to more than 50 specialty vendors.

Lunch: We’ll enjoy lunch at the market.

Afternoon: Enjoy an exploration of the beautiful Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre with a local expert. The history of the theatre is a long and fascinating one, spanning nearly 100 years. It not only chronicles the magnificent design, architectural and entertainment highlights of an era, it also reflects the evolution and growth of our heritage and culture. Built in 1913, the complex was the Canadian flagship of Marcus Loew's legendary theatre chain. Designed by Thomas Lamb as a "double-decker" theatre complex, it contained the Winter Garden Theatre, constructed seven storeys above the Elgin Theatre (originally known as Loew's Yonge Street Theatre).

Dinner: Dinner on your own this evening to indulge in what tickles your fancy

Evening: At leisure. Take in a show, attend a festival or just relax in your hotel room. There are many cultural activities to take part in in this magnificent city, ask your group leader or the hotel for recommendations.

DAY
10
Royal Ontario Museum, Free Afternoon
Toronto, Ontario
B,D
Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Downtown

Activity note: Walking up to 1 mile at the museum; some standing during the 1.5 hour visit. We will be using public transit (TTC) day, some stairs encountered.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: This morning we will transfer by public transit to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) for an exploration with a museum expert. The ROM is among the world’s leading museums of natural history and world cultures. In combining a universal museum of cultures with that of natural history, the ROM offers an unusual breadth of experience to our audiences from around the world. They especially highlight how nature and humanity are intertwined, and the ROM offers many examples in its collections and programs of these fundamental relationships. Explore the museum with a local expert after a talk on some specific exhibits

Lunch: On your own to explore local cuisine

Afternoon: Free Time. Take this opportunity for personal independent exploration to see and do what interests you most. Please refer to the list of Free Time Opportunities. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions.

Dinner: Enjoy a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.

Evening: Share some of your favorite experiences from the program with new Road Scholar friends. Be sure to prepare for check-out and departure in the morning.

DAY
11
Program Concludes
Toronto, Ontario
B

Activity note: Hotel check-out by 12:00 Noon.

Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel. This concludes our program.

Morning: We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Please join our Facebook page and share photos of your program. Visit us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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