Posts tagged Canada
From Planning to Execution, Road Trips Never Seem to Go the Way You Think They Will

What’s the first thing you do when planning a road trip? Before picking out stops along the way, before deciding which places you’ll spend the night in, before figuring out how many miles you’ll travel and how many days and nights you’ll be away — before any of that — the very first thing you do is you give your road trip an epic name equivalent to the significance of the marvelous adventure you are about to embark upon.

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The NY Times' 52 Places to Go in 2019: Reaction, Highlights & Other Ditties

The calendar has flipped to 2019, and only nine days into the new year the good folks over at The New York Times have gifted us with their annual list of 52 destinations that travelers the world over might like to consider hitting up over the next 12 months. With more than 15 locations across Europe, a dozen or so in North America, and a smattering of other choices from Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, and the Middle East, the “52 Places to Go in 2019” list contains options for just about everyone.

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Planes, Trains, & Automobiles: Consider Riding the Rails to Your Next Destination

Maybe it’s just me, but these days it seems that taking a passenger train is one of the last things we think of when considering how we’ll make our way to whatever vacation destination may await. Why is this?

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5 Canadian Destinations to Add to Your Travel Bucket List

Canada may have celebrated its sesquicentennial last year, but there's still no time like the present to visit the Great White North. As the world's second-largest country by total area (3.85 million square miles, eh), there are practically limitless possibilities for travelers looking to embark on adventure in the vast wilderness that makes up a majority of the U.S.'s northern neighbor.

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My First Solo Trip Was a Failure; Here's How to Make Yours a Success

One human quality that is probably universally appreciated by others is the ability to admit when a mistake has been made. As I get older and as hindsight continues to provide me with 20/20 vision, I find this ability comes more and more naturally to me. And that's why I have no problem admitting to you that my first attempt at solo travel was not exactly a success.

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7 of the Coldest Corners of the Earth Where People Actually Live

With the current cold streak that's taken over the blog lately, I thought I'd keep the (snow)ball rolling by diving into a list of some of the chilliest places on Earth that people call home. After consulting multiple lists across the Internets, I came up with seven such places from around the world that fit the bill.

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