Hyatt Ziva Cancun: Best Of The Yucatan Peninsula

March 31, 2016 10:03 am
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Photos courtesy of Hyatt Ziva Cancun.  Cancun and the Mayan Riviera are popular vacation destinations for Canadians. At the tip of the Yucatán Peninsula, the newly refurbished Hyatt Ziva Cancun provides another great reason to keep going back. Surrounded by the Caribbean Sea on three sides, this family friendly all inclusive […]

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Céad Mile Fáilte: A Hundred Thousand Welcomes

March 17, 2016 9:40 am
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I’m of Irish descent and like millions of other Irish Canadians, the pull towards visiting my ancestral homeland has always been strong. My great great grandparents came to Canada from Waterford in County Cork in the mid-18th century at the height of the potato famine and my Irish heritage has […]

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Flee to the Keys and Hawks Cay Resort

March 9, 2016 11:55 am
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Photo courtesy of Hawks Cay Resort, by Jason Stemple. March Break is one week away and if you are looking for a last-minute destination, escape to the place that inspired Ernest Hemingway’s classic novels, that has the best ceviche and key lime pie you may ever taste and has breathtaking beauty. […]

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Get Your Travel Tips from the Best

February 18, 2016 10:16 am
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We all know the hassle of planning a trip from scratch. You start out hoping to save some money, and by the end of it, all you have to show for it is wasted time and accumulated stress. As more and more people run into this problem, travel companies are […]

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A US Waiver: A Canadian’s Ticket to the Land of the Free

February 17, 2016 9:50 am
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Having a criminal record in Canada can be a serious roadblock in many areas of life, especially when it comes to travelling to the United States. If you have a criminal record in Canada, you will be denied entry into the United States.  Even if you are only stopping on […]

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Stand out in the Acadian Peninsula

February 12, 2016 3:32 pm
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The sea and the sights in the Acadian Peninsula await you. The Acadian Peninsula is surrounded by stunning views of the water, with the Chaleur Bay (known as one of the most beautiful bays in the world) on one side, and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the other. You […]

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The Outdoors Really Are Great in Miramichi

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Settled against New Brunswick’s East Coast, Miramichi is a place where the air is fresher and the trails seem to go on forever. If you feel like you can count the number of adventures you’ve had so far this year on one hand, this is a town you have to […]

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Find Natural Beauty in Bathurst

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The city of Bathurst, NB is celebrating its 50th anniversary, making 2016 a landmark year for the bustling town. You can find Bathurst in the northern part of New Brunswick, sitting on the shore of the Chaleur Bay. Bathurst is a place for adventure, so why not plan a trip […]

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Sno-Fest and Salmon Suppers in Campbellton

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The historical Campbellton, NB, is situated on the picturesque Restigouche River, just opposite of Point-a-la-Croix, Quebec. Established in 1889, there is just so much to see and do in Campbellton! The Campbellton waterfront boasts many year-round attractions. During your stay, visit Salmon Plaza and enjoy lunch in one of the […]

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Unforgettable Edmundston

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If you’re planning a Maritime adventure, historic Edmundston is the perfect place to start. Settled right between Quebec and Maine on New Brunswick’s left side, Edmundston is exactly the sort of greeting you want to find when entering a new province. Edmundston has far too much great history for a […]

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New Multilingual Infoline Available to Tourists in India

February 11, 2016 2:45 pm
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As promised, the Indian Government has taken steps to improve the safety and security of local and foreign tourists by creating a “24/7 Toll-Free Tourist Infoline,” available in 12 international languages – English, Hindi, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Launched this week by Dr. […]

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Bring on Barbados

December 24, 2015 10:40 am
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Are you going to need some time to unwind after that Christmas shopping panic? Go big and book a trip to the birthplace of rum and home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world: Barbados. The year 2016 marks Barbados’ 50th anniversary of independence from Britain, so […]

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Explore Lake Placid, a Winter Wonderland!

December 16, 2015 1:23 pm
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Photos Courtesy of Golden Arrow Resort. Written by: Alessandra Gerebizza & Mike McEwan. Long before hosting its first winter Olympics in 1932, Lake Placid had developed a reputation as a winter destination for the active outdoor enthusiast, a character that still remains to this day. Melvil Dewey, inventor of the […]

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Sweet Slumber at the Auberge Saint-Antoine

December 15, 2015 3:17 pm
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All photos courtesy of Auberge Saint-Antoine. There is something particularly magical about visiting Quebec City during the winter.  The city has a certain coziness, with the smell of wood-burning fireplaces filling the air, trees and shops everywhere adorned and lit up.  There’s also a romantic connection with the past that […]

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San Diego Baby

December 11, 2015 11:48 am
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For this year’s winter escape, get a hit of culture, history and, of course, warmth, by heading to the birthplace of California: San Diego. Despite the fact that it has roughly 3.2 million people milling about, the city has a chill pace to it. San Diego is both relaxed and […]

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Cobble Beach: Georgian Bay’s Extraordinary Waterfront Golf Resort Community

November 23, 2015 2:51 pm
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Written by: Alessandra Gerebizza & Mike McEwan. Upon turning onto Cobble Beach Drive you will get your first glimpse of the hidden gem that will keep you talking and coming back for years to come. From that first turn, a sense of relaxation and purpose should begin to enter your body as you are […]

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Great Britain and Ireland – A Contiki Adventure Part 2

November 6, 2015 1:01 pm
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Above: The Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland The final part of our three week Contiki adventure was Ireland, where the Craig is Mighty! And where you will find a pub on literally every street corner. We arrived in Dublin, jittery and excited after a three hour ferry ride across the […]

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