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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 ... 

Take a Tour Behind the Movies at TIFF!

historic Elgin TheatreWhen you consider the cosmopolitan diversity of Toronto, the cityscapes and film location opportunities, it’s not surprising Toronto is host to the world’s largest public film festival – TIFF or the Toronto International Film Festival ...

Girlfriend Getaway - Houseboating in Kentucky

Houseboating the Cumberland RiverKentucky may not be the first destination that springs to mind when considering a getaway for you and your gal pals, but trust us when we tell you that Kentucky has a sweet something you and girlfriends ...

Summer Skinny Dipping

summer skinny dippingWelcome to the lazy, hazy days of summer with the sun blazing and warm winds blowing. The beach is calling with cool waters ready to tease away that heat ...

Travel to this Years Blockbuster Movie Locations ~ 2019

Lion King's African savannahsThe silver screen is celebrated for its power to enchant moviegoers with sights, sounds and stories from every corner of the globe. With seven new travel-inspired movies premiering this year ...

Get Your Hike on at Camelback Mountain in Phoenix, Arizona

oh boy, what am I in for??Camelback Mountain, regular ranked a top US hiking destination, offers breathtaking 360' views from the summit ... but only if they’re brave enough to climb to the top. It’s a double black diamond rated trail with intense elevation changes ...

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