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5 Simple Tips for traveling through Paris

some tips to make your Paris visit successfulUnlike other metropolitan cities, Paris has a few unique quirks we haven’t found in other gateway cities. Paris being home to over 2 million residents also sees 23 million visitors arriving to see the sights ... 

Explore South Georgian Bays Apple Pie Trail

Enter to win our Apple Pie Trail giveaway ...We fell in love with the beauty of Ontario’s South Georgian Bay area, so much so that we approached the Apple Pie Trail team and have a prize to draw at random for one Waterfall and Wine Guided tour for 2 people ...

Experiencing WWI History – France & Belgium

Hill 62 (Sanctuary Woods) trench linesOur WW1 learning journey through France and Belgium was brought to life through the stories of the soldiers and experiencing but a visual taste of the battlegrounds they fought on. Pulled from journals, diaries and family accounts ... 

FlightNetworks World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities©

the canals of VeniceOne of our partners – The FlightNetwork – has created and ranked this compilation of the World’s 50 Most Beautiful Cities to inspire your travel dreams. Let me say their natural differences make each one super special ...

Fall Foliage Getaways

vibrant fall colorsFall is the time to scope out the best vantage point for fall foliage transformation in New England and Southern Ontario. Plan in advance for this adventure and ensure your getaway is all you’re hoping for ...

Dinner with a View at Shangri-La Hotel’s TING Restaurant and Lounge in London

Ting Restaurant, 35th Floor of the ShardTING is located on the hotel’s 35th floor of the iconic Renzo Piano designed building, The Shard. Once you see that building, it’s hard to forget what it looks like and the thought of having dinner inside ~ some kind of wonderful. 

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