You may not be able to go to Disneyland irl, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some of your favorite park adventures. So, cozy up on your couch and get ready for a magical retreat. Disneyland virtual rides are available online, and you can still experience all of your favorites.
There's something about the park that brings out the kid in all of us. Since we'll all be practicing social distancing at home for a while, this is such a fun way to bring your travel dreams to life.
While the videos aren't official Disneyland tours, they can still bring a whole lot of fun right into your home.
From Indiana Jones to Pirates of the Caribbean, Splash Mountain, and Peter Pan's Flight, there are plenty of options for you to choose from.
If you're seeking something a little spookier, the Haunted Mansion and Snow White's Scary Adventure are also options to explore.
Why not grab a bag of popcorn or your favorite snack before you buckle up for the ride?
Each track will take you on a wild ride through the park. The video footage is so clear, you might feel like you're actually there.
Here's the best part. While the videos film the wait, nothing is stopping you from cutting the line to skip to the good stuff. Consider it a virtual FastPass.
If you want to throw it back to your childhood, why not indulge in a little nostalgia?
Peter Pan's Flight takes guests on a whirlwind trip to Neverland, complete with boats that sail through the air.
You'll get to soar through a sky full of stars above a glowing island with vibrant, blue oceans and a waterfall. Then, you'll board a glowing pirate ship with the Lost Boys and explore secret hidden caves. Cool, right?
Whether you're a park regular or visiting for the first time, this is one fun way to experience it all.
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I used to be a huge fan of frozen raspberry lemonade at Timmies, but they seem to have replaced it with this new beverage. While I don't think it tops the OG one I knew and love, I do like this one.
There's not an overwhelming lemon taste, which in this case is nice. There is some obvious acidic flavour in there but it's not sour.
What I loved most about this one is it kind of tastes like a virgin strawberry daiquiri, which is my go-to beach drink. So if you're missing tropical vacations, I would recommend this one.
McDonald's Pink Lemonade Slushie
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There are two new slushies on McD's summer menu. There's a raspberry drink and this pink lemonade one.
Unlike Tims, McDonald's doesn't specify what the pink part is and it was kind of hard to tell from the taste. However, this one is a lot more prominent with the lemon flavours, making it sourer.
I hate to say it but somehow, this one did taste a bit more artificial than Tim Hortons' did. That being said, I still found it to be very refreshing and it would be great on a hot summer day!
As a bonus taste test, I did also try their other new slushie, the raspberry one, recently and found it to be delightful. So if you're torn between the two, I would give that a go.
Which one's better?
My overall winner here has to be Tim Hortons. On top of it reminding me of my favourite vacation drink and tasting more like actual fruit than Mcdonald's, the Timmies version costs less where I live, coming in at $1.98 for a small, while the same size at McD's costs $2.69.
Plus, the coffee chain recently switched to using paper straws, so they get the environmental win here. Surprisingly, the straws even their own in the wet, icy drink!
Jagmeet Singh tweeted about Trudeau attending the star-studded event for vaccine equality and claimed that the prime minister is only talking about getting doses to people but is "refusing to deliver help" by lifting vaccine patents.
Trudeau announced Canada's pledge of $375 million for the Access to COVID-19 Tools Accelerator on May 7 and according to Global Citizen, it's the largest VAX LIVE pledge so far.
This event is airing on TV on ABC and CBS and YouTube at 8 p.m. ET and the online stream will have an extended version of the concert with extra performances and appearances.
If you can't wait for a celebrity spotting while he's filming in Ontario this summer, there are a bunch of Zac Efron movies on Netflix Canada to hold you over and make sure you are super familiar with the actor before he arrives.
Efron is set to star in the upcoming film Firestarter, based on the Stephen King book, which is filming in Hamilton from May 25 to July 21 of this year, according to Ontario Creates.
Why You Need To Watch It: If you love true crime this one is for you. Zac Efron plays the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy in this drama, which is based on a true story. The plot follow's Bundy's romance and relationship with a single mom named Liz.
Why You Need To Watch It: For this movie, the Franco brothers teamed up to tell the story of making the cult film The Room. The star-studded affair features Zac Efron as one of the actor characters and so many other big names like Seth Rogen and Alison Brie.
Why You Need To Watch It: If you're looking for a light-hearted comedy to take your mind off things, look no further. Zac Efron and Robert De Niro road tripping and getting into all sorts of trouble is a perfect weekend watch.
Why You Need To Watch It: This is one of those films that features tons of celebrities and follows a bunch of intercepting storylines all taking place on, you guessed it, New Year's Eve. For Zac Efron's part, his character is on a mission to help Michelle Pfeiffer's character complete all her resolutions before the year is over.
Why You Need To Watch It: This flick from 2009 is the ultimate Zac Efron throwback to a time when he was still rocking that long-bangs look that was super popular back then. Plus, the plot involves a major time vortex, which is always fun!
Why You Need To Watch It: This movie remake of the iconic musical fell right in the middle of Zac Efron's High School Musical era and features him playing teen heartthrob Link Larkin with lots of singing and dancing to enjoy.
Why You Need To Watch It: While this one isn't a movie, this Netflix Original mini docu-series shows Zac Efron travelling the world, experiencing different cultures, and finding healthy and sustainable ways to live.