The war-torn but always beautiful world of Westeros from Game of Thrones may seem unreachable, but it may not be as far away as you expect.
Spring has sprung and the grass is turning green across the country, so that must mean that it’s time to take your RV out of its winter storage and head for new adventures, or perhaps even try your hand at renting an RV and going on an adventure. Canada’s range of stunning national parks offers a number of must-see destinations for outdoors enthusiasts, so take a look at these 15 beautiful locations that span the country.
Planning your trip to Las Vegas this year? Here are 15 things ideas to help you get the ultimate experience, and take in some of the big sights that make Vegas like no other city.
Winter, and especially holidays, means a few more challenges when you’re flying out of town, but with a little extra planning, it’s easy to avoid the biggest problems of the season. Air Canada has shared a few tips to help you make the most of your travel plans, while making it as smooth an experience as possible.
Untouched powder over millions of hectares of backcountry terrain offer skiing nirvana for travellers with a passion for adventure.
Highlights from ten of the most amazing experiences and places to visit in Wales: Cardiff, national parks, castles, Wales coastal path, and many more.
The Great One. The Rocket. The Kraut Line. The French Connection. The Forum. The Garden. The Canadian lexicon probably contains more references to hockey than any other cultural institution. Even the former $5 bill displayed a hockey scene–a young boy playing shinny, accompanied by a quote from Roch Carrier’s timeless classic “The Hockey Sweater.”
Looking to do something a little different this October for Thanksgiving? Canadians can put the turkey behind them this year and take advantage of a deal from the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, which is showing a little love for Canucks with discounts and special offerings throughout the month, which they’re dubbing Canadian Appreciation Month.
My knowledge of liquor, up until recently, covered wine, beer, cognac, and a few randoms liqueurs. After a trip to Canadian Club’s Brand Centre in Walkerville though, I’ve learned a whole new appreciation for whisky, thanks to lessons on how it’s made, tricks in the art of making whisky cocktails, and history lessons that sound wonderfully dramatic.
For ten years now I have been writing about hotels for The Gate and for newspaper travel pages, in addition to my last book. I have been in about as many hotels as the Gideon Bible and given that I have formed very definite, almost subconscious ways of determining if I am digging a hotel I am in–and that usually begins immediately with the way I am treated on my first approach to the front desk for check in.