Well sure, there is some variety back there, but nowhere even close to what we have around here. Those features that I mentioned, Islands, mountains, glaciers, forgot about the volcanoes,high mountain lakes, alpine meadows, grasslands,forgot about the vineyards! deserts, canyons & whitewater are all visible in a 1200KM loop from Victoria to Kelowna via Hwy 3 and back through Kamloops.
I don't know where you could get that kind of variety in a similarly sized trip anywhere in the East.
Granted, I have to say, I'd rather stay away from densely populated parts of Canada.
This does vary from person to person, but cities themselves are normally not a big attraction to folks from the UK. They have enough of them over there and ours are rather pale by comparison.
However visitors from the UK may enjoy a few hours at the mall in somewhere like Tonawanda near Buffalo,NY, a huge shopping mecca for Canadians. I remember a few years ago a survey asked of German RV renters, as to what did they want to see the most and the answer, Bears!
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I don't believe in astrology. I am a Gemini and
we're very skeptical.
Just did a google maps route for you to see much of Ontario/NY state. Its was = Toronto - Niagara - Syracuse,NY - Watertown ,NY - Ottawa - Algonquin - Bobcaygeon - Toronto. It ended up to be 1267 km. To shave some kms off you could stay south of Algonquin but that would be a shame. IMHO this route would really give you the flavour of the area.
Lynn, Bud, 2 teenaged boys
2 Huskys, 1 hamster
2001 GMC Yukon
2011 Jayco Jay Feather Ex-Port 17Z
You may find it difficult to rent a tv for a week.
Bear in mind that if your motorhome does not have a generator and you camp at non-serviced campgrounds the tv will need to be 12dc.
If you are taking a laptop with you why not buy a plug-in tv tuner for it, they only cost about $40-50. It's probably best to buy it in Canada or US to ensure it's compatable with their broardcast systems.
You could ask suppliers here if there is one that is internationally compatable.