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Pokémon-inspired pop-up bar coming to Montreal in 2020
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Jump into one of Antigonish County’s swimming holes
Most people will agree there are few better places to swim in Nova Scotia than Antigonish County. I know firsthand, having swum in the streams, lakes and ocean there for the last three decades. Inland, there are watery spots you might not expect ...
Lake Constance boasts a wealth of palaces, castles and monasteries left behind by two royal dynasties
By Nancy Truman Since time immemorial, mankind has gravitated toward water. While it was once a matter of survival, now we save up to head to the lake or seaside because it makes us feel good — physically and psychologically. A perfect spot ...
Checking In: Fairmont Royal York marks 90th anniversary with makeover
By Rochelle Lash It’s regal, but oh so relevant. Fairmont Royal York is marking its illustrious 90th anniversary with a massive makeover that ushers in a fashionable, 21st-century age of hospitality. Seven years of renovations have ...
Exploring Iceland’s geothermal wonders where volcanic activity keeps it cosy and inviting all year long
Iceland, formed long ago by volcanoes, is known for its otherworldly landscape, with steaming fields and percolating mud. The volcanic activity produces naturally heated water, which Icelanders have cleverly harnessed not just as an energy source, ...
Vacationing in Pennsylvania Wilds? Hike yeah, it’s loads of fun!
The fine folks of Bradford, Penn., want you to take a hike. Now, don’t take that the wrong way. The people of this charming, scenic town just want to share their trails, attractions and the Allegheny National Forest with you. Exploring ...
Stampede sees its second highest attendance with 1.27 million visitors in 2019
The 2019 Calgary Stampede saw the second highest attendance ever for the annual 10-day event, with an increase of more than 4,000 people over last year. According to figures released Monday morning, 1,275,465 attendees visited the Calgary Stampede ...
Brian Minter: The wildflowers of Switzerland are breathtaking
It’s always fascinating to visit the natural habitat of plants to discover their origins and how they perform in varying conditions. It also gives you an idea how they can adapt to our own gardens. I just returned from a trip to the alpine ...
Travel: Palm Beach's host with the most runs grand bed and breakfast
On a recent trip to glorious South Florida, I visited a man I would call Mr. Palm Beach, aka Rick Rose. This host-with-the-most runs Grandview Gardens Bed and Breakfast and Palm Beach Vacation Rentals in West Palm Beach. A local expert, he knows ...
Rediscover the magic of Nova Scotia’s Upper Clements Park this summer trip with or without kids
The sunny Wednesday afternoon air was filled with the screams and laughter of excited kids and pre-teens rushing to re-ride the roller coaster at Upper Clements Park. Running toward the coaster one boy told his buddy, “I’m going to ...
Looking beyond the beautiful beaches of Hubbards
With fewer than 400 residents, Hubbards has a weekend entertainment scene that punches well above its weight. With its own community radio station (88.7 Cove FM) a single, dedicated taxi driver, a nationally celebrated farmers’ market, and one ...