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Now that the dog days of summer are nearly upon us, many travelers will no doubt

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Travelers with deep pockets, and a taste for unique alcoholic beverages, will wa

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Some places are simply more magical when you see them with your kids. Make this

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The summer of 2014 is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever in Canada. Wi

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When the bell finally rings on that last day of school, kids across the country

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By Kraig Becker | May 11, 2014

When you’ve been fortunate enough to travel the globe, visit foreign count

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Whether it’s high-end shopping, street-side musicians, premier people watc

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When we travel in the 21st century, we’re usually so eager to get to our d

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Photos of underwater restaurants in the Maldives and sky-high, five-star cuisine

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Waterfalls are some of the most beautiful natural wonders in the entire world. S

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Written by: Kathy Barthel Think Canada is dull? Think again. We’ve got a d

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With the deep, blue Pacific Ocean on one side and the tranquil Caribbean Sea on

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One of the wonderful things about travel, is that it often gives us a chance to

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I’m in Ecuador right now, the third time I’ve been here. I’m finally makin

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Consider Arizona for your next Family Vacation Thinking about your next big fami

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Many of us have dreamt of living like royalty when watching Disney movies or gaw

By Courtney McCaffrey | March 12, 2014

Trains are old, slow and way more exciting that you’d expect. Before you w

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One wrong step could send you off the edge of a 160-foot cliff — sound lik

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By Jeannie Mark “I felt I was a fool to be going back into Spain.  In Spain y

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Have you found yourself frequently dreaming about a beach getaway of late? With

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So you’ve been thinking of taking your kids on a trip for a while now righ

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Let’s face it, it has been a long cold winter with plenty of snow and far

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Now that the holiday season is fading in the rear view mirror, many Canadians wi

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One of the great joys of travel is discovering the amazing landscapes that a new

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By Timothy Scott If you want to go on an amazing journey that nobody you know of

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By Meggie  It never crossed my mind the idea of attending a cooking class in my

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The holidays are usually the busiest times of the year for ski resorts across No

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By Elena Sonnino Travelers from around the globe descend upon New York City read

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Emilia-Romagna is all too often overlooked by visitors who come to Italy. Legacy

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There is no doubt that Christmas is one of the best times of the year. It’