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Craig and CaitlinA number of years ago I embarked on a two-week journey of Italy that would test my independence, give way to a cultural awakening and introduce me to my now husband and father of our son ...

Stratford Ontario Getaway

Lover's HolidayAs travel opens up again, consider a mini-getaway local to you ... One option might be Stratford, Ontario, Canada for its Shakespearean theater, it's culinary food scene or it's small town shopping ...

 

Post-Conference Exploring ~ Boston

Conferences don't have to be a no-travel zoneBusiness travel often takes us to new cities and states outside our regular travel zone. Too often it’s a swoop in, attend the conference and hop back on that plane to wing your way back home. How sinful that we don’t take an extra day before or after ... 

Briars Resort and Spa, Ontario

the Sibbald Manor House of the Briars Resort & Spa (pic courtesy of the Briars)The Briars Resort and Spa sits on the southern shores of Lake Simcoe, just an hours drive north of Toronto, Ontario. Originally the Sibbald family estate (with Victorian era roots from the 1840’s) offers country luxury ...

Explore South Georgian Bays Apple Pie Trail

Apple Pie Trail waterfall hike ...The South Georgian Bay region offers a bevy of opportunities across all the seasons with Niagara Escarpment hikes, exploring natural limestone caves and Georgian Bay’s beach opportunities ...

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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