Around Toronto with Kids

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Fodor's Travel Publications, 2001 - Travel - 160 pages
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Completely updated with loads of new attractions this fun-filled guide is sure to please both kids and parents alike. It points them to the most kid-friendly things to do and shares great tips for enjoying grown-up favourites without boring the younger set. Each day out gives smart tips, such as age recommendations, price and the best places to eat nearby. To make it even easier for parents to choose among all the options a best of the best 'A-list' has been added which to name a few includes: the best museum, the wackiest site, the best park, best for toddler, the most educational etc.

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About the author (2001)

Kate Pocock has written a family travel column called Family Fare, for the Toronto Sun newspaper for six years. She contributed to National Geographic's first book for families, National Geographic Guide to Family Adventure Vacations, published spring 2000, and has just finished Fodor's Around Toronto with Kids, to be published by Random House in June 2001. She is also Senior Editor for the Air Miles magazine, Travel & more.

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