Doge’s Palace Secret Itineraries Tour Venice

Discover the secret world inside the Doge’s Palace. Learn about this fascinating history. If you’re visiting Venice, you’ll certainly want to spend some time in one of the most popular areas. While I do enjoy wandering to the lesser known spots, sometimes you have to see the famous tourist traps. There’s a reason why they are so beloved, and usually … Read More

Finding Heritage and Wellness at a Quebec City Monastery

Old becomes new again: how a Quebec City monastery is transformed into a modern wellness center, while its history and legacy remains in tact. I’m about to share one of Quebec City’s best kept secrets with you. Le Monastère des Augustines is tucked down a quiet side street in Old Quebec. Once you discover it, you may went to spend … Read More

Pompeii Exhibition at the ROM in Toronto

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We recently arrived back from Italy, and a little part of Italy seemed to travel back to Canada with us! Just a couple of weeks ago, Justin and I were exploring the ancient city of Pompeii. We strolled up and down the uneven cobblestone roads of the town, meandering through each building and structure. At every turn, we were making … Read More

Riding Scooters In Grand Turk: The Best Way To See The Island

Welcome To Grand Turk! It was my first time setting foot on Grand Turk in the Turks and Caicos and I really didn’t know what to expect. I had heard that the island had wonderful beaches and great waterfront bars where you could simply drink and relax. That sounded great and all, but I really wanted to explore the island … Read More

The Forbidden City Exhibition at the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum), Toronto

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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto is Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world cultures. It is celebrated as one of North America’s best museums. For a limited time, visitors to the ROM can attend the newest exhibition, The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors. For the first time in Canada, we are able to view … Read More

Montreal Trip – Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium

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  We took the subway to the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium. The planetarium was practically brand new and just opened in Spring 2013. Once inside, we were able to purchase tickets as a package to two different shows entitled Continuum and From The Earth To The Stars for $18.75 per person. Be forewarned – there are far more French language … Read More

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