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Christmas in New England

What is it about Christmas decorating that’s just so darn nostalgic? All it takes are a few wreaths and some twinkle lights and everything feels all warm and fuzzy. And if there’s one place that does Christmas nostalgia like no other it’s New England. From the charming homes to the general stores to the covered […]

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We’re Coveting: A Stay at the Don Cesar

We’re in the midst of grappling with an issue that tons of families deal with when planning a Disney World vacation – what to do next? Given the high cost of taking the kids to Disney, we can only afford to do it for a few days (not to mention our sanity can only handle […]

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5 Places to See the Fall Colors in Southern Ontario

Few things are as beautiful as the natural transformation that happens every Fall. If you’re lucky enough to live in Southern Ontario be sure to check out these spots – 2.5 hours or less from Toronto – for some truly impressive fall colors. Mount Nemo The Niagara Escarpment is truly magnificent, and one of the […]

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Trees and lake in Banff, Canada
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5 Reasons to Visit Banff in the Summer

There are a hundred or more reasons why visiting Banff, Alberta at any time of year is a marvelous idea. Most notably because it’s one of the most naturally beautiful places in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage site boasts the┬ámajestic rocky mountains, glacier-fed lakes, and wildlife sightings like you’ll see nowhere else. In winter […]

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Where to See the Northern Lights in Canada

If you’re a person who appreciates beauty (and if you’re visiting this site it’s safe to assume you are) then seeing the Northern Lights should definitely be on your bucket list. Also referred to as Aurora Borealis, the Northern Lights are a naturally occurring phenomenon that can only be described as, well… Magical. If you […]

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