Weekend getaways are so refreshing. There’s nothing like a change of pace, the chance to stretch your legs, and do something different. I had a break recently at a wonderful Kawarthas cottage on a trip with the impressive GMC Sierra Denali, and it was just what my family and I needed.
Where are your happy places? Do you crave a hike, a hotel, or a beachside resort? No matter what you’re looking for, or what kind of trip brightens your day, it’s a great time to start thinking about that dream vacation, and American Express provides some serious inspiration.
Are you dreaming of some vacation holiday magic? If you love rides, parades, and holiday treats, Universal Orlando Resorts is very festive this time of year, and it’s the kind of Christmas vacation your family will talk about for years.
The Halifax Citadel in Nova Scotia is an incredible historic site that’s filled with stories. During the day, you can take a stroll and learn about the history of the former military fortification from the interpreters. At night though, the fortress gets a little spooky, and that’s what makes the Halifax Citadel Ghost Tours so much fun.
This Friday, June 11, Ontario will take the first step to reopening the province as more than 60% of adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. It’s an important step that opens up a lot of opportunities for Ontarions, including some options for travel within the province.
Is travel easier with the right luggage? No question. Tom Bihn is a Seattle-based manufacturer that wants you to be organized on the road so you can enjoy the scenery without worrying about anything else.
There is nothing like looking up at the night sky, and seeing all the stars. It’s an awe-inspiring view, especially for those of us living in the city, and it’s not always a view we can enjoy because of light pollution.
Canada is home to some of the most beautiful places in the world, and across the country, we also have some of the best hotels. From urban destinations to vibrant rural oases, Canada has a little bit of everything from shore, to shore, to shore.
This winter in Ontario we’re facing numerous COVID precautions, and at the same time the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) wants to make everyone aware that it’s not safe to go out on any lakes or other bodies of water this season.
Travellers to Canada will soon need to provide more information about their stay, and how they will self-isolate for the required 14 days as part of new measures that the Government of Canada introduced to reduce the spread of COVID-19.