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Mexican Delights at La Iguana & a Peak at the Jazz Festival

The Plateau area is one of the trendiest areas of Montreal, so I decided to explore it a little further after my discoveries of Old Montreal. From my hotel I hopped into the subway at Place d’Armes and took the blue train north to Sherbro ... Read more

Ontario Travel: The Blyth Festival and the Benmiller Inn

Our last day, October 11, 2011, on Ontario’s West Coast had begun. It started with a nice home-made breakfast at our bed and breakfast, Clair on the Square, where a colourful fruit salad, freshly baked scones and over-easy eggs would give ... Read more

Friendly Hospitality at the Beacon by the Bay B&B

My last few hours in Peterborough had started and my three and a half day escape in the Kawartha Lakes region was rapidly coming to an end. After a very active day yesterday with lots of bicycling and kayaking, I enjoyed sitting on the love ... Read more

Big Apple Greeter: New York City's Fabulous Free Way of Welcoming Visi ...

Several cities now have "Greeter" or "Ambassador"programs,where local volunteers provide out-of-town travelers with their time and knowledge of their city.I have used these greeter services twice,once in 2003 in Chicago,and just recently th ... Read more

Dalmatia Travel: The Outstanding Beauty of the Krka National Park

On April 29, 2012 we started driving inland from Zadar into the coastal mountain range of Croatia to our first destination: the Krka National Park, one of Croatia’s most popular nature destinations.By mid-morning we had arrived at the ... Read more

A Country Excursion to Mismaloya and El Tuito

On my second day in Puerto Vallarta I had a full day planned – an excursion into the countryside south of the city. In the morning I went downtown and took a taxi to the Conchas Chinas area where I met up with Jesse Morales, an expert loc ... Read more

Presenting: Marie Perrotta from the Pegasus Community Project – Reac ...

One person I had heard a lot about from different sources while searching for interview candidates about Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood is Marie Perrotta, the Founding Director of the Pegasus Community Project for Adults with Special Needs ... Read more

Buffalo Travel: The Splendour of Our Lady of Victory Basilica in Lacka ...

After our colourful visit at the Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens we did not have to go far to our next destination: a few hundred metres away, in the city of Lackawanna,  just south of Buffalo, we stopped and decided to visit t ... Read more

Darcy McGee's: a Historic Irish Pub on Sparks Street

When travelling to a new place, you might as well combine history with a unique dining experience and good food. So literally steps away from our temporary home at the Lord Elgin Hotel, we found Darcy McGee's, which refers to itself as "Ott ... Read more

Chinatown and Second City

After thoroughly exploring the Pullman Historic District, we decided to check out Chinatown, one of the many ethnic neighbourhoods that Chicago has to offer. The weather had turned from cool and grey with the occasional peek of sunshine to ... Read more

Dinner at Il Giardino & Meeting One of Calgary's Most Successful Entre ...

After catching a lovely and much needed rest at the historic Twin Gables Bed and Breakfast we set off to explore the immediate neighbourhood, the restaurant area on 4th Street. We were going to walk, but considering I had been really sick w ... Read more

Travel Ontario: Lunch at the Black Dog in Bayfield, a Biking Tour and ...

After our morning hike on the Sawmill Trail in Bayfield we were ready for lunch and listened to the suggestion of Tyler Hessel, co-owner of Outside Projects, who was going to be our bicycling guide this afternoon. He pointed us straight acr ... Read more

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