Amber Cove Cruise Port Guide, Dominican Republic

It’s a destination in itself! The Amber Cove cruise port in Dominican Republic is truly a destination in itself. Although it’s always a good idea to get out and experience the country you’re visiting, you could easily spend a day right in port for a relaxing holiday. Amber Cove is great for couples, families, and friends and there’s always something … Read More

South Coast Iceland in a Day – Self Drive Travel Guide

South Coast of Iceland. Truly spectacular. On our two week road trip around Iceland, we spent a day driving the south coast of Iceland. There are many points of interest to discover throughout the day. We traveled to Iceland from the end of May until mid-June. This was a great time of year to visit. The weather was lovely and … Read More

Golden Circle Self Drive Tour Iceland

Why book a tour when you can do it on your own? Visit Iceland’s Golden Circle at your own pace on this self drive tour. The Golden Circle is a famous driving route in Iceland. It’s popular because it’s so close to Reykjavik. Even if you’re only spending a short amount of time there, I highly recommend that you get … Read More

Venice 3 Day Itinerary

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The perfect Venice 3 day itinerary for your next trip to Italy. We fell in love with Venice. And I hope you do, too. With three days in the city, we were able to cover a lot of ground. We actually only had two and a half days in Venice. Flying overnight from Toronto, we reached Venice midday. So, we … Read More

Venice Transportation Guide

Figuring out Venice’s transportation system can be confusing. At least I was confused when I first started doing research for our trip. To save you the hassle, I’ve put together a concise and helpful Venice transportation guide. After all, you’ve got plenty of things to plan for your upcoming holiday to Italy, so this is one less thing to worry … Read More

Planning the Perfect Quebec City Winter Getaway

Quebec City is one of those places you need to visit more than once. The city is transformed as the seasons change. The residents of Quebec City embrace the winter and the cold. They realize that if you’re going to live in a cold climate, you may as well enjoy it! As a result, there are many new experiences to … Read More

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