Not that Paris: Dropping into a name-dropper

By Jane Muller When you can have lunch in Paris and be home in time for dinner, either the Concord

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The many sides of Miami

By Diana Ballon photos by Rick Eckley I had never thought of Miami as low key. Sure, night clubs, flashy

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A ride of a lifetime

By Diana Ballon The plan was to meet at 4:45 p.m. in the lobby of the Hotel Cristal in Porto

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Florida is calling

Call them missionaries – a delegation of half a dozen disciples of Florida in Canada to spread the gospel, and

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A modern take on the Muskoka cottage vacation

By Jane Muller Muskoka, otherwise known as cottage country, is situated north of Orillia, between Georgian Bay and the gateway

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KLM’s Answer to the CO2 Blues

Legroom is always a consideration when flying. But if KLM has its way, we’ll start thinking about our footprint as

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Getting to the heart of the adventure

River cruises gaining popularity for a reason By Paul Knowles By every measurement available, river cruising is gaining in popularity,

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Abaco: the ideal Bahamian getaway

By Paul Knowles It’s easy to get distracted when you are staying at The Abaco Club on Winding Bay. But

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Let luxury lead you through the Canadian Rockies

By Madison Tierney Seeing the majestic Canadian Rockies from the world-famous Rocky Mountaineer train fuses nostalgic train travel with modern

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Finding a new you: British Columbia’s Mountain Trek wellness retreat

By Christine Davis Kick start: it’s the phrase that keeps repeating in my head as I hike – and I

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