“Waitsfield is a lot like Brigadoon,” Tim Piper says to me over breakfast at the Round Barn Inn. “Once you find your way here, you may never want to leave again.”
Hawks may not be that rare in Ontario, but few people see more than just a glimpse of them, and even fewer will have the opportunity to see these beautiful birds up close, or watch as one gracefully soars through the air. For those interested in falconry though the Wye Marsh is giving hopeful enthusiasts some personal time with a trainer and his birds as part of their new “Introduction to Falconry” workshops that are currently being offered on select Saturdays (including Saturday, October 13th, 2007), and it’s an opportunity that shouldn’t be missed.
In a city the size of Glasgow it would be easy to get lost among the restaurants. There are dozens of famous eateries in the city and picking one among the crowd can be a bit daunting. It becomes much easier however when you discover a chef like Michael Caines.
Scotland has always held a special fascination for me – from the castles, culture, scenery, and even the food, I’ve wanted to explore the land that one of my ancestor’s once called home. Lots of countries offer something special that you won’t find anywhere else, but for me Scotland’s allure was the connection I felt to its history.
Visit Toronto on just about any day of the year, and you’ll be hard-pressed to find one easy choice for what you should do with your time. Concerts, the theatre, street festivals, televised events – there are literally hundreds of things to see and do in the city, and if you really want to take on the heart of Toronto, there’s no better place to stay than the Pantages Suites Hotel & Spa.
Some people take vacations to lay on a beach, some to go to see family, and some go to see history.
In the past year I have been coast-to-coast seeing this beautiful country of Canada, where my family proudly now calls home, so an important stop for while in Halifax was to visit the past.
Halifax, Nova Scotia is a rare example of a historic city that hasn’t lost touch with it’s history, or what it can offer the modern traveler. And while there’s no shortage of chain hotels where you can stay within the city core, there’s also thankfully a couple of unique hotels as well. Out of all of them, if you’re looking for something special, the one that really stands out though is the Lord Nelson Hotel.
Few cities in Canada offer the spectacle, or even the culture, that lives and breaths in Québec City. Throughout 2005 I’ve managed to travel across the country, with stops in Vancouver, Banff, Winnipeg, around Ontario, and throughout parts of New Brunswick and even into Prince Edward Island. Compared to the raw energy and vibrance in Québec City though, I can’t think of a place I want to revist and explore more.
Ah, yes. The great Canadian summer road trip. The holiday where it’s more about the fun you have along the way than the final destination. Whether travelling with a spouse, friends or the whole family, Travelocity.ca can help Canadians make the most out of their cross-country journey, with handy tips and a list of local treasures that can be found on and off the beaten path.
Summer’s long, lazy nights have arrived, and everyone, young and old, will be searching for fun activities to pass the time. If heading out to go see the latest blockbuster is on the agenda, why not skip the multiplex and take a drive to your local drive-in? Amy Ziff, editor-at-large for Travelocity.ca, suggests drive-in movie theatres as an entertaining alternative to the traditional “night out at the movies”.