Gorgeous Old Montreal café. Try the coffee with one of their great glass jar salads. Tommy, 200 Notre-Dame Ouest, Montreal, CanadaRead more "Stop-over: Tommy [YUL]"
Cute tea house in Limoilou: Le lièvre et la tortueRead more "Stop-over: Le lièvre et la tortue [YQB]"
If calm views of the water, heartwarming sunrises and sets and the possibility of green or white slops are your thing, then you’ll love Charlevoix, one of Quebec’s most pittoresque little pockets. The perfect spot to spend a long weekend. In the summer, you can camp out in the back country or rent une […]Read more "Charlevoix, QC [YQB]"
After a long hiatus, we’re back and out west. It’s my first time in Van, Canada’s west coast gem. A city with some soul, great greenspace and snazzy little nooks. The one day it didn’t rain, I decided to lead a pack of people to Spokes, where we rented some city bikes and rode the […]Read more "Vancouver, BC [YVR]"
Cibo Wine Bar, 522 King St W, Toronto, ONRead more "Stop-over: Cibo Wine Bar [YYZ]"
We opted for a post-champagne-in-the-city New Years’ Day escape for some R&R before heading back to work. This charming little town about an hour outside Montréal was easy to navigate, minus the slippery snow covered hill that required the extra push courtesy of my passengers. Lac Léon, frozen over, offered up alarm replacing sunrises and […]Read more "Ste-Ambroise-de-Kildare, QC [YUL]"
Markets are to be discovered in this grid of a town. We took a walk along College Street just west of Yonge in search of Kensington Market. Hidden in the little streets that so starkly contrast with Spadina and Dundas, you need to know where it is to be able to find it. The bicycle […]Read more "Toronto, ON [YTZ]"
For the avid natural world wonder seeker, Niagara Falls is a must-see spot just a hop away from Toronto or Buffalo. It’s impressive, loud, and you can get pretty close to the powerful liquid forces aboard the famous Maid of the Mist, or even go behind the falls if you like, and all that Jazz. […]Read more "Niagara Falls, ON [IAG]"