Living in a busy city makes it challenging to get around. Whether it’s the traffic or the hustle and bustle of people, at times it can be exhausting. My family and I have been a customer of Ford Canada for quite some time now. We love the safety, drive, and affordability of the vehicle. A few weeks ago Gavin and I had the pleasure of test driving the new Ford EcoSport. Now, when you test drive cars, sometimes it can be difficult to get used to the systems, gears, other technological features. My family and I currently drive the Ford Escape so I wasn’t a stranger to Ford Canada vehicles.
The Ford EcoSport had so many new and amazing features I was so excited to test out. One of m favourite features was the ability to SYNC3 with Apple Car Play and Android Auto. There was touch screen technology that allowed you to sync your phone and use it on the go! We had my playlist from my phone playing the entire time.
If you’re like me and can sometimes be directionally lost, installed in this car is Ford Co-Pilot360™ Technology. This system was amazing! It was fast and accurate. The navigation system built in it is synced with the app Waze to help you get to your destination easier with less hassle.
It is very rare that Gavin and I take time for our selves and do some fun things around the city. We always complain we never have time to just go out and check out different things to do. This weekend we decided to treat ourselves and try out some of the fun and exciting pop-ups around the city.
Our first place was Hide and Seek. This place is the most instagrammable place to be! Every room is themed and very colourful. It is such a fun pop-up inspired by childhood nostalgia. It definitely makes you feel like a kid again, as you can tell by some of the photos!
The next place we stopped by was the Museum of Illusions. If you have vertigo or suffer from migraines, then I highly recommend not visiting. Otherwise, this place is so cool! It really messes with your perception of things and makes you see things differently.
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