Travel


photo by John Sterling Ruth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA
20 Nov 2017

So many reasons to visit Philadelphia in 2018!

Our family loves traveling to the US. While there, we indulge in local fare, shop at the popular stores, and go sightseeing. In other words, we are the typical tourist! While “The City of Brotherly Love” has always been on our radar, we have never been to Philadelphia. Rich in history, Philadelphia is where the Founding Fathers of the United States signed the Declaration of...

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Enjoy the Florida Keys and Key West this Holiday Season!
17 Nov 2017

Enjoy the Florida Keys and Key West this Holiday Season!

It’s always been a dream of mine to drive the The Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys. Starting in downtown Miami, and cruising the 160 miles to Key West, at the tip of the Florida Keys. Rollin in a 5.0, with the rag top down so my hair can blow. Wait… where have I heard that before? Although I have visited Florida a couple of...

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How to Stay Safe When on Holiday – 4 Essential Tips
10 Nov 2017

How to Stay Safe When on Holiday – 4 Essential Tips

Have an upcoming holiday planned, but worried about your safety? While you won’t want to let this fear consume you, it’s not unwise to have a level of caution before any trip away. Let’s run through four essential tips which will go a long way to guaranteeing you remain safe ahead of your next holiday. 1. Watch out for pickpockets While this sounds like something...

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Supermoon Japanese Style Cheesecakes has landed in Streetsville!
06 Nov 2017

Supermoon Japanese Style Cheesecakes has landed in Streetsville!

Streetsville residents Sami and Mona Kustantini have teamed up with PR guy and friend Jerry Grymek to bring Supermoon Japanese Style Cheesecakes to Mississauga’s thriving food scene. A post shared by bigdaddykreativ (@bigdaddykreativ) on Nov 4, 2017 at 3:58pm PDT “We wanted to bring some fun trendy food that is often found in Toronto to our local neighbourhood” said Sami. “We looked for an location...

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So much more than Picnics and Playbarns at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
01 Sep 2017

So much more than Picnics and Playbarns at Bronte Creek Provincial Park.

We recently spent a week camping at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. It was our first time camping there, but not our first time to the park. Established in 1975, Bronte Creek Provincial Park is 1685.83 acres in size. Bronte Creek trickles east through the park, dividing the day-use and campground areas with a ravine that is 115 feet deep. This provides for some very awesome...

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