Waterloo Hot Tub Covers
The City of Waterloo is located in the south of the Canadian Province of Ontario. It has a population of just under one hundred thousand inhabitants. Waterloo has hot and humid summers and very cold winters, so the best times for tourists to visit are in the spring and autumn.
Waterloo has a long history. Originally occupied by the First Nations people of the Iroquoi tribe for millennia, the first settlers arrived in the area as far back as 1796. The history of the city can be explored at the City of Waterloo Museum, which is open to the public from January to August and does not charge an entry fee.
The city centre of Waterloo, known locally as the Uptown District, is demarcated by the intersection of Erb and King Streets, where a shopping centre is located. The Downtown area is in the area of Kitchener District.
There are many tourist attractions which bring visitors to Waterloo. One of the biggest draw cards is that the city has five very large and beautiful parks. These are the 2 square kilometre RIM Park which offers a host of outdoor and indoor sports facilities such as the eighteen hole golf course. This park is also home to the Marin Farm House which is a heritage site. Uptown Waterloo has the 111 acre Waterloo Park which has the fabulous Lions’ Lagoon water park, a host of historical buildings and animal displays. Around Christmas each year the city puts on the amazing Wonders of Winter light display in this park. Bechtel Park has wonderful meadows, forests and a wetland area, as well as fantastic outdoor sporting facilities within its 109 acre borders. Hillside Pare is known for its two illuminated baseball fields, while Lexington Park has one baseball field and a soccer pitch. The fifth park is the Laurel Creek Conservation area in the north west of the city, which occupies 724 acres.
Interesting museums and sites in the city include the Canadian Glass and Clay Gallery, the Elliot Avedon Museum and Archive of Games, the Waterloo Memorial Recreation Complex and the Waterloo-St Jacobs Railway. The city also hosts many interesting festivals throughout the year.
Transport around the city is provided by many bus routes. The Region of Waterloo International Airport which serves the city is mainly used by regional airlines. It is located in the nearby city of Breslau, but most travellers arrive at the John C Munro International Airport or the Lester B Pearson International Airport, both in Toronto.
Waterloo has a large number of pubs, bars, lounges and nightclubs. Restaurants serve the cuisine of many nations, as well as local favourites, in all price ranges. The same holds true for its accommodation options, which encompass everything from camping sites to bed and breakfasts to upscale hotels. The majority of the top hotels in the city have Jacuzzis or hot tubs with hot tub covers in their spas or suites. The hot tub covers ensure that the highest standards of cleanliness are upheld.