Sunday wrap up!

Happy Sunday!

We had some great guest posts this week from Ottawa’s newest local tourists, so here is a quick wrap up – just in case you missed them.

Josh McJannett started our battle of the Ottawa brunch spots, with a great top 10 list (Jak’s Kitchen being my favourite…) This sparked a bit of a debate, bringing in submissions from Angela Christiano (Fraser Café) and Alex Hosselet (Pubwells). We have more on the way…but don’t hesitate to drop us a note if you want to let everyone know about your favourite brunch spot in the city.

Mike Cullen took us on a bit of a historical journey, introducing us to the only-non-political statue on Parliament Hill – Sir Galahad. Mike is full of ideas and has more great stuff coming, so watch out for his upcoming posts.

The very talented David Kawai published a photographic tour of the best pho in Ottawa, science and business journalist Elizabeth Howell shared the city’s top public telescopes, Melodie Cardin took us on her shopping day at  Lou Lou, and Laura Allardyce, resident hooligan, wrote about her adventure exploring the old Prince of Wales train bridge.

Also, local artist Karina Bergmans did our first Q&A and shared a day in her life as an Ottawa artist.

Last but not least, our very own Amy Husser blogged about her night at the Mayfair Theatre.

Local Tourist Ottawa is all about collaboration, and we are so thankful for the great submissions we had in our first big week. So please don’t hesitate to send us a note if you have something about Ottawa that you would like to share.

Until then!