Burlington Ontario, has been recognized for many years as the Jewel of the Golden Horseshoe.
Nestled at the foot of the Escarpment; Burlington escapes most of the battering storms that have
left destruction in many of the towns on the north side of lake Ontario.
Burlington is a rapidly growing city, with a Performing Arts Theatre that is second to none, with artists like Bruce Cockburn, Gino Vannelli, The Celtic Tenors, Colm Wilkinson and more first class performers well into late spring 2014.
There is a newly built pier situated at the bottom of Brant Street ; two fabulous Malls, Maple and Burlington where the most modern stores can be found.
Additionally, there is The Royal Botanical Gardens, where the most magnificent flowers and plants from all over the world can be found, from the Lilac trees to Rose gardens; to the Children's Garden. To Hendrie Park, Laking Garden, the Rock Garden and Arboretum.
Burlington is an easily accessible city, with access from the east on the Queen Elizabeth and on
the 403 from the west. It can be easily reached from the United States via Buffalo and Niagara
Falls, and from Detroit on the 401 to the 403. Once in Burlington, you will find there are a myriad of first class restaurants not only in the city centre, but to the boarders of Oakville at the east, to Hamilton at the west and the 401 north.
There are parks and sports facilities scattered all over the city, to ensure that the population has ample places to show their many skills. From indoor / outdoor soccer / hockey fields, to arenas for hockey and for synchronized dancing.
Should you decide to visit Burlington there are many places you can stay. right in the centre of the city...You will not regret or forget your visit to Burlington.
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