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Churchill, Manitoba, Canada — We were standing in line waiting to pay for an order of poutine when the guy behind the counter at Gypsy’s turned to my teenage daughter and said, “Do me a favor.” Before she could respond, he handed her his cell phone. “When they answer, tell them their order is ready,” and without hesitation, he headed to the dining room to deliver food. Read more HEREContinue reading “Throw Back Thursday – Polar Bear Capital”
AutoCamp Russian River is the hands down winner when it comes to a unique way to weekend in Sonoma County wine country. Located a few minutes drive from downtown Guerneville, accommodations include 23 custom-designed Airstream trailers, and from April through October, 10 luxury tents. Watch the video below to take a spin through their shiny Airstreams. Continue reading Where to Linger Longer – AutoCamp Russian River
Canada’s a massive country, and that means there’s a plenty to do and see, especially in its less-visited regions. A few hours north of Québec City, you’ll find the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area. Quebecers have done a good job of keeping it a secret, but if you’re looking for some cool spots to spend the night, this Canadian territory is waiting to wow you. Read more HEREContinue reading “Travel Tuesday – 4 Unique Places to Stay in Quebec, Canada”
Alaska is on many a vacation wish list. Cruising offers an easy way to cover a lot of ground in a short period of time. I could talk for hours about the long list of reasons you should visit Alaska.
Europe and art go hand in hand — especially when you’re visiting the iconic cities on the Danube river. We recently took the AmaWaterways Melodies of the Danube river cruise and found that art has a way of popping up all along the river when you least expect it. You don’t even have to step into a museum. Here’s what you’ll see… HERE Continue reading Pretty Places Friday – Free Outdoor Art Along the Danube
Madrid, like most of Spain, comes alive at night. It’s when the locals come out to play, and it’s not uncommon to see a family with young children headed to dinner at 10p.m. With full stomachs we made our way to Puerto del Sol. Madrid’s central square, Puerto del Sol provides the young and old with hours of entertainment. Read about it all HERE.Continue reading “Throw Back Thursday – Madrid with Kids”
For centuries, Augustinian sisters have called the historic site home, but facing declining numbers, the monastery was restored and adapted to offer hotel accommodations, opening its doors to guests in August 2015.
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We’re eating breakfast at a table topped with white linen, overlooking 3,200 acres of Ecuador’s Choco-Andean cloud forest. A colorful Choco toucan chirps in a nearby tree. “Nothing is impossible,” says our guide, Anderson, and I am inclined to believe him. Read more HERE.Continue reading “Travel Tuesday – Ecuadorian Rainforest”