In My Own Backyard

48 Hour Itineraries For Toronto Canada Travel

Toronto, City Hall

48 Hour Itineraries for Toronto Canada Travel

Do you love to travel but also love your job or where you live? Maybe you have the weekends free or a couple of days here and there that allow you to take off for weekend travel to get away from it all. With 52 weekends in a year not including “long” weekends there is more than enough time for Toronto Canada travel. Enjoy yourself; explore something new, revisit something old, try a new restaurant before your back in the office for another week.

Here at In My Own Backyard, you’ll get a run down of a Canadian city or Town, what we ate and what we saw in 48 or 72 hours period. In addition we include a custom map/guide with all the locations pinned. And, as avid lovers of technology we always incorporate the latest travel apps and gear which help us to maximize our time without feeling rushed.

“In 48 hours, we take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love.”

Christopher Rudder – Owner, Rudderless Travel

We are professional videographers and photographers so each post, product review or app review comes with a TV quality, engaging video episode and stunning pictures that help our readers get a real sense of a destination. Likewise, we love working with other professionals, business/restaurant owners and app developers in the travel and tourism industry to help increase their brand awareness. Visit our Portfolio.

For us, travel doesn’t have to mean taking weeks, months or years off work. You don’t need to move across the world to say you’ve “traveled“. Travel can be a weekend away down the coast from your home or a short flight to the next province.

Are you ready? #whatsinyourbackyard

About Me:
Using the latest travel apps, technology and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers. I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to In My Own Backyard.

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