Travel




Questions To Ask When Renting Or Buying a Cottage

    Ontarians are known for their love of the cottage and ever since the start of the pandemic, interest in cottage living has grown dramatically. If you’re considering renting a cottage (or even buying one) see below for some key questions to ask and consider before you rent or buy.  Can the cottage be […]

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Cruise Industry Will Take Years To Recover

  Fans of cruises are a loyal group and many go on more than one cruise in their lifetime. Sadly, the cruise industry is likely to take years to recover from the devastation that the pandemic brought to the travel industry.  The Financial Times reported today that Carnival Corp Chief Executive Arnold Donald anticipates at […]

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Disney World Will Kick Off 50th Anniversary Celebrations In October

  Disney World has announced they will indeed celebrate their 50th anniversary. The Florida attraction will kick off an 18-month long celebration billed “The World’s Most Magical Celebration”  beginning on October 1, 2021. According to a Disney press release, they’ve even coined a new word – “EARidescence” – to describe what you’ll see when you […]

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New Hotel Amenity: A Covid-19 Test

    In the ever evolving world-wide pandemic, few industries have been hit as hard as hospitality and tourism. In the hopes that the industry will improve in 2021, hotels are looking at new ways to make it (possibly) easier and more appealing to stay. NBC News reports that an increasing number of properties are […]

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Beauty of Northern Manitoba Shared On TikTok

  This year has been hard for all and fans of travelling have been extremely limited on what and where they can go outside their own communities and countries. That’s why this story is interesting. In October, Vancouver native Micheal Downie and his father decided to explore the beauty of Canada in Churchill, Manitoba with […]

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The Latest On Airport Travel & Safety

    While Canadians are still being advised to avoid all non-essential travel outside of Canada, airlines and airports are working hard to improve, modernize and increase safety precautions for those who do need to travel and for those who may need to travel in the near future. It was announced this week that WestJet […]

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Fun Family March Break Travel Ideas

March Break is around the corner, which means you need to start planning some fun day trips or week long vacations to keep your children’s minds active. The problem is, finding sorting through all the possible destinations and coming up with a plan in the first place. Here are some of our top ideas for things that will be fun for the whole family.

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Lonely Planet Picks The Top 10 Countries To Visit In 2020

If you are looking for vacation ideas for your next trip, Lonely Planet has posted their list of the top 10 countries to visit in 2020. From Bhutan, to Macedonia, Aruba and Costa Rica, the destinations they have chosen have a little something for everyone. The top location on their list is Bhutan, which they […]

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A Hollywood Holiday!

The holidays are a magical time in Tinseltown. From lights, camera, (and festive) action, Real Style is guiding your sleigh to all of our go-to spots. Warning: you might not want to leave a lit up Lalaland.     SAVOR: Forget about a white Christmas—we’re dreaming of a pink one at The Beverly Hills Hotel! […]

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Where To Ring In The New Year In Canada

It’s hard to believe that 2019 is already coming to a close and that we will be welcoming in a new decade in under a month’s time. Of course while you are amid all the hustle and bustle of the festive season, you also need to take a moment or two to figure out what you want to do to ring in the New Year. Thankfully there are always plenty of things to choose from. Here are some of our favourite places in Canada to celebrate.

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Best Places To Visit In Canada This Fall

Let’s face it, when the weather starts cooling down and fall quickly replaces summer, many of us start thinking of bringing out our warmer clothing and preparing ourselves for the winter ahead. Vacations and day trips are a thing of the past, and our minds skip straight into snowy landscapes and icy sidewalks. The thing is though, fall in Canada is one of the most beautiful times of the year, and there are plenty of places you will want to visit before it does get too cold. Here are our favourites. 

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Perfect August Events To Help Celebrate The End Of Summer In Ontario

Let’s face it, mid-late August is the time of the year where you might start feeling a little blue. After all the summer is quickly coming to an end, you’re starting to run around getting the children ready for school, and a lot of the major festivals and events have already happened. Don’t fret though, […]

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Venice Finally Bans Giant Cruise Ships

After years of protest and collisions, the Italian government has decided to divert giant ships away from Venice’s central waterway, the Giudecca canal.

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The Cheapest Places To Fly To This Summer

  Still looking to make plans for summer vacation or considering a last-minute trip to somewhere fun?  Summer is generally one of the most expensive times to travel, but deals can be found if you’re willing to keep your options open. Consulting with airfare experts, USA Today broke down 9 of the cheapest places to […]

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Top Vacation Spots For Summer 2019

  Summer is when most people go on vacation. Whether you’re looking for an active and adventurous trip or some R&R, here are some of the top locations around the world that can offer both for your summer getaway.    Photo: https://www.instagram.com/p/BoJ8JhNiPgi/ Amalfi Coast, Italy The ultimate vacation for those who want to explore and adventure […]

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