Hoshinoya Tokyo Takes Culture To New Heights
I arrive at the entrance of the Hoshinoya Tokyo, the capital’s newest hotel, on the eve of Bunka no Hi (Culture Day), when the nation celebrates its deeply rooted customs and traditions.
An Alternative Camino That You’ll Love Even More
Some sound advice for trekkers to Santiago. Be forewarned, this thing they call the Camino is no walk in the park. A walk, yes, but a very long one if you choose to follow the traditional route.
Taking A Gamble In Las Vegas
By Marc Atchison Travelife Editor In Chief Skeptics think the National Hockey League rolled the dice and took a … Continue reading Taking A Gamble In Las Vegas →
Destination Ontario - The Heart Of Georgian Bay
Midland and Penetanguishene in Simcoe County are the gateway to 30,000 Islands. Simcoe Country also includes the townships of Tay (Port McNicoll) and Tiny (Balm Beach), which offer a charm bracelet of historical sites, wildlife centres, provincial parks, live theatre venues, cycling, boating and the shimmering blue waters of Georgian Bay.
Travel: Southwest Florida
Lee County, on the southwest coast of Florida, offers up fabulous, island-time beach options. Seminole natives and marauding pirates inhabited this rugged area when Florida became a U.S. territory in 1821.
Travel Ontario - Prince Edward County
Prince Edward County is rich in artistic expression, pioneer museums, outdoor activities and gastronomic delights. An easy two hour drive from Toronto, this area includes the communities of Picton, Bloomfield and Wellington. Affectionately referred to as The County, there’s a definite atmosphere that distinguishes it from other destinations.
Travel - Magical Muskoka
For a true Canadian connection, Muskoka embraces all the elements that we’ve come to associate with the natural beauty of this country – pristine lakes, hardwood forests and glorious sunsets. As I drive north, there’s a point when the landscape changes, and so does my mood and my attitude. I feel more relaxed, and (as…
San Sebastian Is A Real Basque Beauty
Mornings don’t get much better than in this Bay of Biscay beauty that snuggles up against Europe’s southwest coast just south of France.
Myrtle Beach Celebrates 56 Years Of Rolling Out The Red Carpet For Canadian Visitors
Though the 56th annual Canadian-American Festival lasts just one week – March 11 to 19 – select Myrtle Beach area hotels, merchants and attractions are offering discounts from January through April for travellers with a valid Canadian passport.
Tiny St. John A Refreshing Cruise Stop
A grey sky hangs over our cruise ship when we drop anchor off this Caribbean beauty. But we refuse to let the weather dampen our spirits because we’re eager to explore this island where Christopher Columbus became the first foreign tourist back in 1493