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Karlo Estate Winery

Last fall, my husband and I had the pleasure of visiting Karlo Estate Winery as part of our weekend getaway to Prince Edward County. We arrived in the late afternoon, after a visit to Prince Edward County’s Taste Festival. The sun was setting as we pulled up to the impressive red barn that has become…

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Highlights of our Hyannis Holiday

We vacationed with our friends in Hyannis, Cape Cod earlier this summer. With 4 young children between the two families, we were looking forward to spending quality time with our kids and catching up with each other. My husband and I had traveled to Hyannis over 6 years ago. We had positive memories of Hyannis and remember it as a laid-back…

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Weekend Getaway to Prince Edward County

The first time I heard about Prince Edward County (PEC) was when I was practicing as a junior associate and learned, from a Partner, that he had a vineyard in the County. At the time, he and two of his close friends were planting vines with a view to eventually producing their first vintage. That was almost 15 years ago. Since that time, I have continued to hear about the County’s wonderful…

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15 Must Read Tips for Visiting the Blue Lagoon

One of the highlights of our 72 hour trip to Reykjavik, Iceland was our visit to the Blue Lagoon. It was our first pit stop after a short 5 hour flight from Toronto. Jet lagged and groggy, my husband and I, along with 4 of our friends, happily waded into the 38 degree geothermal waters of the man-made lagoon….

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In Search of R&R in Hyannis, Cape Cod

7 years ago, we travelled to Hyannis, Cape Cod with our daughter and 4 other families for a week long summer trip. We enjoyed our trip so much that we recently returned for another family holiday. This time, we visited Cape Cod with our friends from the U.K., Claire and Matt, along with their lovely daughters,…

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72 hours in Reykjavik, Iceland – Top 15 Tips

To celebrate my husband’s milestone birthday, I wanted to plan a short getaway to a fun destination. My list of criteria included great food, a vibrant nightlife, a bit of culture and history, unique experiences and a destination no more than 6 hours away by flight. I’ll admit, it was a tall order to satisfy. Pondering the usual destinations in the US,…

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Dare to be Eclectic

I’m often inspired by things I see while traveling or visiting with friends. Several years ago, we had lunch at our friends’ – Claire and Matt – flat in London and I recall loving Claire’s eclectic mix of antique dishware. She served lunch on a variety of colourful antique dishes that were collected, by her aunt,…

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