How to Spring Break in Baja Without the Crowds

Los Cabos is a prime getaway spot, but at Spring Break, the crowds that flock to the tip of the Baja Peninsula can be overwhelming. Just outside of the popular party town of Cabo San Lucas, however, true seekers can find hidden gems on the Baja Peninsula. If you’re looking for a chilled out, authentic Baja […]

Castles in America: Discover Your Own Fairytale

Europe isn’t the only place with amazing ancient castles — America has its own short list of stunning palaces and estates that will make you feel like absolute royalty. No, Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World didn’t make the list, but you won’t be disappointed by our top must-see castles right here in the U.S. From […]

Ouray, Colorado: A Taste of Switzerland in America

Looking to get a taste of Europe this winter but not sure you have the time (or the budget) to make it across the pond? Check out Ouray, Colorado, a small-town gem that’s affectionately known as the “Switzerland of America”. As a sought-after destination for over 100 years, Ouray, Colorado boasts a lot of charm […]

Best National Parks in Canada for the Nature Enthusiast

For outdoor adventurers, it doesn’t get much better than the natural simplicity and untouched landscapes of the world-famous national parks in Canada. It’s famously known that the state of California has more people living within its borders than all of Canada does, so it’s sometimes easy to forget that the Great White North is still […]

10 Rooftop Bars to Soak Up the Toronto Skyline

Dining out and grabbing drinks at one of Toronto’s many rooftop bars is a warm-weather tradition that provides a sweet escape from the busy city life. Deprived of the sun and warmth for six months or so each year, Toronto takes its spring and summer very seriously. Perhaps that’s why Torontonians are so energetic and […]

A Visit to Toronto’s St. Lawrence Market

A visit to St. Lawrence Market is a must for those who are looking to uncover the spirit of Toronto from past to present. East of Yonge Street and south of Queen Street lies one of Toronto’s most historically significant areas: Old Toronto. While it’s home to architectural gems such as the Flatiron Building and […]