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An Afternoon in Cañon City, Colorado: Royal Gorge Route Railroad and The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey

Cañon City straddles the Arkansas River and is a popular destination for sightseeing and hiking trails. We drove a little over an hour from Colorado Springs to spend an afternoon to experience the Royal Gorge Route Railway and have a wine [...]

March 31, 2018 Colorado, travel, winery

Anastasia the Broadway Music: Journey to the Past

This Broadway version of Anastasia transports us from the twilight of the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman – Anastasia sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by [...]

March 21, 2018 New York, travel

2 Days in Colorado Springs: Accommodations, Transportation, Eating, Sightseeing, and Hiking

I spent a few days in Colorado Springs taking in the sights of the Eastern Foot of the Rocky Mountains. A great change since I’m so used to seeing the Western-side from the West Coast of Canada. At 6,035 feet the [...]

February 15, 2018 Colorado, travel

How to Find Cheap NHL Tickets

When in New York, visiting as a Canadian tourist is definitely not cheap. One of the fun things we did in the evening was go to a New York Islanders vs Vancouver Canucks games. It’s pretty easy to find tickets [...]

January 21, 2018 British Columbia, Brooklyn, New York, travel

Weekend in Whistler for Non-Skiers

Thinking of a quick getaway to Whistler but don’t feel like skiing or snowboarding? Relax, there’s still plenty to enjoy. Crystal Lodge and their restaurants invited us up for a weekend of food and fun and showed me that you [...]

January 16, 2018 travel, Whistler

Museum of Modern Art (MoMA): How to Get Free Admission

As a local or tourist, saving money here and there is always a plus. When we were in New York, we wanted to go to the MoMA and saw that they have “UNIQLO Free Fridays“. Admission is free for all [...]

December 30, 2017 New York, travel

Beauty and the Beast at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage: Review 

Beauty and the Beast is back at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage by Arts Club until January 13th, 2017. Having been produced by the Arts Club four times since 2005, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is a proven favourite among audiences [...]

December 29, 2017 British Columbia, Event, travel

KURIOS Cabinet of Curiosities: Review

KURIOS Cabinet of Curiosities is touring in Vancouver until December 31st at Concord Pacific Place and you can’t miss the big blue and yellow tent. The show depicts a tale in which time comes to a complete stop, transporting the [...]

November 24, 2017 British Columbia, travel

West Coast Adventure with Ford SUVs

Ford Canada brought together a group of bloggers from Western Canada to experience a West Coast Adventure up to the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia. Since I am from the West Coast, I am very fortunate to be so close [...]

November 10, 2017 Car, Sunshine Coast, travel

United Airlines: Toronto to Atlanta (UA 8106)

Flying out of Toronto early in the morning means spectacular sunrises with the airport in the view. We were headed to Atlanta on United Airlines, but it is operated by Air Canada Express. The flight lasted about 2 hours and [...]

October 27, 2017 Airplane Meals, travel

United Airlines: Chicago to Vancouver (UA 0563) Review

On the way back home, we made a connecting flight from Chicago O’Hare to Vancouver with United Airlines (UA 0563) in the evening. I dashed to my gate and had enough time to grab some Garrets Popcorn to bring back. [...]

October 23, 2017 Airplane Meals, travel

2017 Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Review

The 2017 Hyundai IONIQ is the world’s first vehicle to be powered by a choice of three different electrified powertrain options in a single model: hybrid, electric and electric plus. I am a huge fan of hybrid and electric vehicles, [...]

October 21, 2017 Car, travel

2017 Buick Envision Crossover SUV: Great from the City to Cottage Country

For my last weekend getaway, I had the opportunity to try out the 2017 Buick Envision Crossover SUV. We took the car from downtown Toronto up the 400 north to cottage country near Orillia. The car is a five passenger [...]

October 13, 2017 Car, travel

2018 Chevrolet Equinox Premier: Fuel Efficient SUV

Chevrolet has introduced an all-new 2018 Equinox, a five-passenger compact crossover made in Canada. Compared to the previous years model, it is lighter, leaner, and more responsive. I took the Equinox out around the city, the subburbs, zooming along the [...]

September 29, 2017 Car, travel

Showing Canadian Pride while Travelling

I love travelling around the world and I am proud to call myself a Canadian. In such a globalized world, it’s always a bit hard to tell where everyone is from. Here are a few fun stylish ways to show [...]

September 25, 2017 travel

2017 Buick Encore Sport Touring: Small Luxury SUV

The 2017 Buick Encore Sport Touring is a modern subcompact crossover. I’ve been obsessed with this type of car this year as it’s a good size vehicle for roaming around the city or going on an adventure. With parking spots [...]

August 24, 2017 Car, travel

Going Across the Border with Modo

I have a corporate Modo account through my employer, but I recently got an individual account for personal trips in and out of town. I love how you can take their cars across the border and it’s a-ok. Their fleet insurance [...]

August 11, 2017 British Columbia, Car, travel

Whale Watching and Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska

When we were making a port stop at Juneau, Alaska, we decided to go on a guided tour to go whale watching and view Mendenhall Glacier. Our travel agent was able to book us on 3 excursions for a good [...]

August 6, 2017 Alaska, travel
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