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111 Places in Philadelphia

That You Must Not Miss

Jennifer Bain

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Liz Beddall

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-7408-1388-
8

£ 13.99
$ 23.95

Available: Fall 2022

111 Places in Ottawa
That You Must Not Miss

GUIDE

With its rich heritage, natural beauty, and wonderful livability, Ottawa is so much more than a government town. This guidebook reveals the intriguing stories and secret places of Canada’s capital city.

Pay homage to a Soviet intelligence officer whose defection ushered in the Cold War, and then visit a rural museum housed in a former underground bunker built to withstand a nuclear blast. Skate through a forest and boat down a historic canal. Fly over the city in a vintage, open-cockpit biplane. Discover these and more hidden gems as Canada’s capital city reveals to you why it’s so much more than just a government town.

Jennifer Bain

Jennifer Bain is an award-winning Canadian journalist who travels the world in search of quirk. She started her newspaper career in Calgary and Edmonton writing hard news before spending 18 years at Canada’s biggest newspaper in Toronto as travel editor, food editor and Saucy Lady columnist. Jennifer has three kids, two cookbooks (Buffalo Girl Cooks Bison and the Toronto Star Cookbook: More Than 150 Diverse & Delicious Recipes Celebrating Ontario) and one jam-packed travel schedule as a freelance writer. Jennifer is the author of
111 Places in Calgary That You Must Not Miss
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Liz Beddall

Liz Beddall is an Ontario-based photographer who happily splits her time between Toronto and her hometown of Ottawa. Specializing in lifestyle and documentary photography, Liz graduated from Carleton University’s journalism program before embarking on a vibrant and diverse career shooting for major news outlets, lifestyle publications, established institutions and expanding businesses. She is also a writer and an avid explorer who loves the woods, rainstorms and the smell of a campfire.

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