Sari Friedman

A Great Host Makes Their Cottage Guests Feel Welcome

Sari Friedman | July 25, 2016 | Canada Living
Cottages and vacation homes are great spots to host relaxing get-togethers with friends and family. While relaxing is key when it comes to getting away for a few days, there is a little more work involved when it comes to getting prepped and ready for your guests' arrival.
Sara Graham

9 Ways To Get By When You Don't Speak A Word Of The Language

Sara Graham | July 25, 2016 | Canada Travel
I've been with an Italian for almost five years and I'm ashamed to admit my language skills are still tipping towards sub-par. His family, all based in the lovely Tuscan town of Piombino, speak no English at all and, while my ear has improved visit over visit, I imagined that I would be much further along by now.
Sharon Vinderine

The Overworked And Overtired Mom's Guide To Taking A Vacation

Sharon Vinderine | July 25, 2016 | Canada Travel
I am one of those people who always feels guilty about leaving the office, leaving the team, leaving the kids. Guess what? I got over it. By the time you finish reading this, you'll be over it too.
Sacha DeVoretz

Nanaimo Is The Hidden Gem Of Vancouver Island

Sacha DeVoretz | July 25, 2016 | Canada Travel
A friend of mine recently moved to Nanaimo and she shared with me that it is a wonderful and often overlooked destination. I spent a few days in the Harbour City, and she couldn't have been more right: Nanaimo is a hidden gem.
Cheapflights.ca

Spa Savings: Add Some Relaxation To Your Vacation On The Cheap

Cheapflights.ca | July 22, 2016 | Canada Travel
Going to a spa on vacation can be expensive, but you don't have to give up on the idea of indulging in treatments on your next vacation. Scoring cheap spa time may be easier than you think.
Jeff Novak

Summer On A Shoestring: 5 Outdoor Staycations In Ontario

Jeff Novak | July 21, 2016 | Canada Travel
If a holiday abroad isn't on the cards for you this summer, don't worry. There are plenty of ways to make your Ontario staycation fun without breaking the bank. From sunbathing on Toronto Islands to camping in Algonquin Park, here are our five best ways to enjoy the province on a budget this summer.
Sacha DeVoretz

It's Possible To Eat Healthy While Travelling

Sacha DeVoretz | July 21, 2016 | Canada Travel
It is a challenge to maintain the same healthy eating patterns (and exercise) I do at home and take those habits on the road with me. So I went to an expert and asked the million-dollar question: How do I eat healthy while travelling?
Jamie Logie

5 Ways To Stay Fit While On Vacation

Jamie Logie | July 21, 2016 | Canada Living
We are right into the swing of things with summer and many are underway with vacations and travelling. It's a good time to relax and explore but it doesn't mean you have to leave your fitness behind. Follow these tips so your trips abroad won't lead to regret once you're back home.
Booking.com

How To Elevate Your Next Business Trip

Booking.com | July 20, 2016 | Canada Travel
For many of today's road warriors, that means going beyond the traditional executive crash-pad of the past. While business travel can be exciting and full of opportunities, it can also at times feel lonely. All the more reason to make sure your accommodation ticks all the right boxes.
Professional Organizers in Canada

Easy Tricks For Organizing The Ultimate Family Road Trip

Professional Organizers in Canada | July 20, 2016 | Canada Parents
With the low Canadian dollar, families across the country are satisfying their travel itch the old-fashioned way: through the open road. Whether it's driving through the Great White North or heading down south, road trips are a cost-effective solution to a summer getaway.
Claire Newell

Canadians May See Benefits In Post-Brexit UK Travel

Claire Newell | July 20, 2016 | Canada Travel
The months following Brexit look bleak for the British. But as the UK closes the door to the EU, it has unintentionally opened another to Canadian travellers. The pound sterling is sitting just above $1.70 CAD and, while this might not seem like a steep drop, it could be enough to persuade more Canadians to visit the UK.
travelcuts

The Best Places To Visit In London This Summer

travelcuts | July 20, 2016 | Canada Travel
Thinking about touching down in London town this summer? With vivacious festivals, tons of outdoor attractions and the city playing host to Europe's biggest street party, there has never been a better time to venture to the capital city.
Allison Eberle

6 Canadian Destinations That Are Drastically Cheaper In The Fall

Allison Eberle | July 19, 2016 | Canada Travel
Don't let the end-of-summer blues rule your fall. Afterall, autumn is one of the most precious seasons in the Great White North. Warm summer temperatures linger while leaves paint colourful backdrops and tourists flee from some of our country's most popular tourist destinations.
Flight Network

Canada Is Home To The Coolest, Wildest Theme Parks In The World

Flight Network | July 19, 2016 | Canada Travel
Many don't know that we have some of the best theme parks in the world right here in Canada. You don't have to spend your savings on costly hotel rooms, outrageous entrance fees and flights for the whole family to enjoy these underrated parks located throughout the Great White North.
DiscountMyFlights.ca

4 Reasons Why Fall Is The Best Time To Travel

DiscountMyFlights.ca | July 19, 2016 | Canada Travel
Fall, with its back-to-school madness and higher chance of hurricanes, is one of the best times to pack your bags -- if you can.
Desi Globetrotter

Explore A World Of Art (And Pick Up New Skills Along The Way)

Desi Globetrotter | July 19, 2016 | Canada Travel
Adventure travellers, sabbatical-seekers, artists and designers craving to explore the world while sharing ideas with like-minded people can hop a plane to Kyoto to learn calligraphy, Bangalore to learn bamboo bicycle making or like Juliet, to Slovenia to learn contemporary ceramics.
Amanda Blakley

Nicaragua With Niños: The Secret Destination Everyone Is Whispering About

Amanda Blakley | July 19, 2016 | Canada Travel
Like most remote and magical hidden corners, we heard whispers and rumblings from friends and colleagues about Nicaragua as a travellers' delight.
Rebecca Field Jager

Girls Flight Out: Get Your Cowgirl On In Colorado

Rebecca Field Jager | July 18, 2016 | Canada Travel
Recently Girls Flight Out travelled to Colorado where we discovered the real high you get when visiting this state comes by way of its geographic diversity, mixture of charming small towns and urban cultural centres, and the people's passion for all things outdoors.
Brent Bishop

Skip The Flight And Head For These Canadian Relaxation Destinations

Brent Bishop | July 15, 2016 | Canada Travel
I always advocate that the money spent on getting away from the city doesn't have to be a huge investment and is always worth the rejuvenation you experience while away. Each time I come back from a quick getaway, I find myself coming back calmer, well rested, more focused and often with a new perspective.
Booking.com

Extreme Activities From Around The World

Booking.com | July 14, 2016 | Canada Travel
This year why not skip your usual beach vacation, get out of your comfort zone and push your limits with a truly extreme activity. Head to the top of a mountain, deep into a rain forest or the middle of a desert. Do something you've never even considered before.
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