Books to Bring On Your Next Vacation
Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, we have the perfect book to pack in your carry-on.
Mesa, Arizona, is where you can discover the true beauty of the American southwest. It’s home to desert cacti, hiking trails, parks and nearby lakes and rivers. There’s also plenty of historical and cultural attractions, delicious food, sports, shopping and great hotels.
More than 600 archaeological sites have been discovered across Belize, a small nation in Central America. Check these four Mesoamerican wonders off of your bucket list.
Few cities serve up mountains and beaches as well as Vancouver, but there’s more to this dynamic city than just its natural delights. Whether your travel style leans toward the active or inqusitive, luxurious or retro, this city delivers.
It’s one of Southern Ontario’s best-kept secrets.
Save money by staying at Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, eating at Hula Grill, going on a hike and visiting Haleakala National Park.
Whether you're looking for antique treasures, locally made bath and beauty products or unique clothing, Victoria delivers. Shop for retro treasures at Zeitgeist Vintage Store, buy records at The Turntable in Fan Tan Alley and pick up some cool stationary at The Regional Assembly of Text.
Before taking off, download these handy apps to your smartphone or tablet to track flights, manage expenses, translate languages, or even meet up with other travellers.
Escape to a true oasis.
The Star Trek actor plays the Scottish hero Robert the Bruce in Netflix’s new movie 'Outlaw King', available for streaming November 9. Here, he shares insights into the making of the film. Plus, three places to experience the history of the real Robert the Bruce.
From the independent boutiques of the Old Strathcona neighbourhood to downtown's exciting exhibits, Edmonton is bursting with unexpected art and fashion finds. Shop for coffee table books at The Artworks, cruise through City Market and find vinyl at the Old Strathcona Antique Mall.
The desert city brings in piles of snow, an ice rink to downtown and some of the biggest light displays in the United States to get everyone in a festive spirit, despite an average daily high tempertature of 20 degrees Celsius.
Tell ho-hum holidays to take a hike – you’re going to Scottsdale!
We chatted with Dr. Michael Brocken, the creator of the world’s first Beatles master’s program, on why the band's seminal work still has us talking 50 years later. Plus, the top spots to visit in Liverpool if you love The Beatles.