Travel

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The road trip is one of North America’s grand traditions — a chance to travel and see things from ground level, and often at inexpensive cost. But there’s the opposite tradition: the »

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Think of it as an opportunity to take a holiday from all your stuff Imagine travelling around the world for a full year with a single carry-on bag. Well, that’s exactly what »

L.A. Confidential

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The powers that be in the City of Angels have been touting its downtown core as the next “it” spot to tantalize locals and tourists alike for the past decade or more. »

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page” ― Augustine of Hippo

The Cape

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Looking for an escape from his everyday, Michael MacLennan heads to Nova Scotia It’s long past midnight in Sydney’s pristine Hampton Inn (so fresh, it still has that “new hotel smell”). I’m »

Big Sky Country

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On a guest ranch in Saskatchewan, David Lasker saddles up for a soul-salving journey We’re riding with the cattle drive at La Reata Ranch on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River »

Colorado Cliff Dwellings of Mesa Verde

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The alcove pueblos of Mesa Verde: once home, now empty  By Josephine Matyas & Craig Jones    “FOR A PUEBLOAN PERSON, everything you do, see and breathe is spiritual,” begins guide Mike Petrose. »

Bug Off!

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It’s time to get up to the summer home. Whether you call it the camp, cabin, cottage, shack or, simply, the lake, biters are guaranteed unwelcome guests. Here, some au natural options »

Niagara: A Weekend in Wine Country

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It’s home base for the famous Shaw Festival, but Niagara-on-the-Lake is also a wine and foodie haven any time of year. This tiny gem of a town has a helluva history: it »

Photo Tour: Journey to Bermuda

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“You go to heaven if you want to, I’d rather stay right here in Bermuda” —Mark Twain Long thought of an island, Bermuda is actually an archipelago of more than 180 smaller »