Category Archives: America

Getting to Your Outdoor Paradise

Whistler, British Columbia is North America’s ultimate ski destination. Nothing on this side of the world compares to the glaciers, high bowls and elevation that Whistler provides. Home to the 2010 Olympic Games, the village now boasts world class luge and bobsled runs at the sliding center and cross-country, biathlon and ski jumping venues at Whistler Olympic Park. The ski ... Read More »

A Night To Remember At The Drake Hotel

The Drake Hotel is a boutique hotel and restaurant located in Toronto, Canada. This is what makes The Drake Hotel different from all other Toronto restaurants and chain hotels. At a boutique hotel like The Drake, you get service that is personalized for you 24 hours a day. Also, unlike most boutique hotels, The Drake offers cozy rooms of all ... Read More »

Rejuvenate, Relax, and Relish in the Tropics

How hard is it to have fun amongst swaying palm trees, pelicans cruising over saltwater shorelines and fruity beverages served to you while you bask in the sun? Not terribly difficult, one would presume. Although fun vacations can be had in almost any climate, many travelers opt for tropical destinations – and what destination is more tropical than the Bahamas? ... Read More »

The Five Most Romantic Cities in the World

Paris It goes without saying that this city tops the list, with romance being synonymous with this French city. Intimate cafes, lamplight strolls along the Seine, browsing markets in narrow lane ways or simply taking in the sights – Paris epitomises romance for travellers of all ages. The city’s rich history and architecture is on show in every corner, and ... Read More »

Top 3 Places to Travel by Rail

Most of us frequently travel by train and our experience of this once sophisticated and elegant mode of transport is equally shared, and often equally dismal. If you’re used to travelling by rail, either as part of your daily commute or to visit friends and family around the country, you’ll be familiar with delayed and overbooked trains, irritating fellow travellers, ... Read More »