“Do you want to go on a roller coaster ride with me?” Even though my six-year old knows that I mean a virtual ride, his excitement is still high, as he leaps beside me on the sofa, and fixes his gaze on the laptop. ...Read More
When fall comes creeping into Cali, it takes its time. In the daytime, it’s all sunnies and shorts, but at night you’ll feel a chill in your bones. Hotels seem eerily empty, which makes shoulder season a great time to dig up a deal. ...Read More
There’s so much to see and do in Los Angeles that you might feel like you need a personal assistant to get you around. Here are some DIY scenarios to get you from the beaches to the back lots in style. Location, Location If ...Read More
If you live in a place where winter has been pulling a heinous disappearing/reappearing act, (and even if you don’t live in Alberta) a summer trip (or spring break, or winter break!) where sunshine is virtually guaranteed seems like a solid plan. And if ...Read More
I love traveling as a family, but after our recent adventures as a foursome, the husband I were ready to drop the kids off with grandma and head somewhere warm for a weekend alone. The prospect of planning a getaway that didn’t centre around ...Read More
A family vacation in southern California is not complete without visiting theme parks. Disneyland is of course the first to come to mind, but there are many more including two that we visited, Universal Studios Hollywood and Knott’s Berry Farm. Knott’s Berry Farm We ...Read More
Due to COVID-19, travelling is not what it used to be. It is advisable to adhere to physical distancing requirements, ensure frequent hand washing, and wear a mask indoors when maintaining distances
is not possible. See www.travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories for more details.