A Guide to Montreal
Where to stay, what to do and where to eat if you like trends, the arts, spas or history.
Chef and owner of Maza Bistro, Federico Lizano talks slow food in Costa Rica. Plus, he recommends three spots for quick bites to eat in San Jose.
In Napa Valley, sip some of the world’s best Cabernet Sauvignon at Stag’s Leap or Robert Mondavi. In Sonoma, taste a wide range of wines from Sauvignon Blanc to Zinfandel with stops at Ridge Vineyards and Ravenswood Winery.
Hotel Indigo in downtown Los Angeles is new, but celebrates the speakeasy past of the area.
There are distinct and unforgettable memories to be made in British Columbia’s sunny Interior.
Rachel Mielke, CEO and founder of Hillberg & Berk, shares where to go for coffee, lunch, boutique shopping and kid-friendly fun in the capital of Saskatchewan.
Celebrate National Caesar Day (May 17, 2018) with a twist on the classic Canadian cocktail.
The capital of Scotland has a museum of illusions, the world’s largest arts festival, a coffee shop in an old boat and an ancient volcano.
The Catskills has recently gained a cooler, younger reputation. Stay at Scribner’s Catskill Lodge, drink at Wayside Cider, Explore the town of Tannersville and eat at the Phoenicia Diner.
Meet local food producers at the Marché du Vieux-Port, sip craft beer in the St-Roch neighbourhood, ski at Mont-Sainte-Anne or visit a sugar shack.
Dig into a creamy bowl of New England clam chowder at The Ritz-Carlton Boston, The Hourly Oyster House, the Fairmont Copley Plaza, Post 390 or The Boston Sail Loft.
Writer Michele Peterson on building memories and strengthening the bond with her daughters through the years with vacations to Ontario's cottage country, Orlando and Palm Springs.