Added by Adam&Amanda on January 17, 2013 at 3:25am — No Comments
Autumn is said to be the best season to visit Canada’s Parks: no crowds, plenty of wildlife (moose!)and lots of spectacular viewing points to witness the country’s vibrant fall colors. Algonquin Park in Ontario ticks all of these boxes – and sometimes an additional one: rain. Fortunately though, Canada’s nature is impeccably beautiful, even in a sodden raincoat...
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From Moscow to Milan, and Tokyo to Toronto, Park Hyatt hosts fabulous culinary experience called“Masters of Food & Wine” on the turn of each season. Last night, I was…Continue
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What girl doesn’t love to doll up and spend the night out with her charming date? But more than fancy dinners, in my experience the casual dates are the ones that tend to be most fun. So in this spirit, here is my list of top ten favorite casual dates:
As a couple we are quite…Continue
Romantic Getaway @ Blue Mountain Resort
Always a nature lover — I grew up spending summers at my grandparent’s farm in Ukraine — and loving the thrill of adventure, the weekend at Blue Mountain satisfied my inner Marta-the-explorer. Savoring down time at …Continue
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To begin my romantic Blue Mountain getaway in style, our first couples activity after checking in at the Westin was to…Continue
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Sometimes it´s hard to come to a decision: we´re still in the process of planning our trips during our sabbatical – it´s not that easy when you have the whole world where to go...! We know what we´d like to experience – some loneliness, feeling bored in a certain way, to…Continue
The Canadian Tourist Commision have been great supporters of TBU and of travel bloggers over the past year or so. We are delighted to say that our friend Nim, from the London office of CTC will be at TBU Umbria and she is providing some rather amazing…Continue
What I like most about Vancouver is its vibe.
The culture is vibrant, sociable and very outdoors. The people are friendly, fashionable and completely multicultural with strong Aboriginal, Asian and European influences. The city and surrounds are spectacular from all angles. We simply loved it.
Living initially in White Rock just outside the city limits, we…
Added by Russell V J Ward on November 2, 2010 at 9:55pm — No Comments
It’s dawn, and on a lake as flat as a mirror, the mist swirls and rises. It's so quiet you can almost hear the last of the night's stars winking out, or the sun's first light tickling the trees. Maybe a fish splashes somewhere, or a loon's haunting call wafts across the water.…Continue