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Quebec

A city alive with history

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Posted in Canada, History Tours, Holiday Travel, Quebec

The stunning skyline of Quebec. Quebec is one of the safest cities on the world, especially for women, my new friend tells me. That’s lucky, I think, because I’ve just jumped into his car and we’re driving up into deserted forests. If I disappear, nobody will ever know why. All
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Snow Hotels that offer the Ultimate in Cool Rooms

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Posted in Accommodations, Activities, Adventure, Air Travel, Astronomy, Biking, Camping, Canada, Europe, Family Travel, Gay and Lesbian Travel, Hiking, Holiday Travel, Honeymoon and Destination Weddings, Lodging, Quebec, Safari, Solo Travel, Spiritual Travel, Wild Life

Winter Landscape Sweden Lapland by Vichaya Kiatying-Angsulee   With the first snow fall of winter approaching, who can resist that fresh blanket of snow for a frosty adventure? But far beyond traditional snowman building, skiing or snowboarding is the ultimate snow adventure – staying in a snow palace crafted from
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5 Worldwide Christmas Markets to Visit

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Posted in Activities, Adventure, Air Travel, Austria, Culinary, Destinations, Europe, Family Travel, Festivals, France, Germany, Historical travel, Holiday Travel, North America, Quebec, Shopping, United States of America

Strasbourg Christmas Market courtesy Office de Tourisme de Strasbourg When you think of Christmas Markets the first place that comes to mind are the traditional ones located in Europe – specifically in Germany and Austria, where old cobbled streets decorated with stringed lights house wooden chalet stalls that sell everything
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Mont Tremblant: More Than Just a Ski Hill

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Tremblant village in January As far as winter destinations go, Quebec’s Mont Tremblant is no one-trick pony. Sure, it boasts the biggest peak in the Laurentians and attracts downhill thrill-seekers from all across North America, but the mountain isn’t just for slope lovers. In fact, during my short, day-and-a-half visit,
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Québec City Proves the Best Things in Life Really Are Free

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Posted in Canada, Family Travel, Festivals, Historical travel, Holiday Travel, Quebec, Shopping

Québec City, the 400-year old capital of “New France,” has long been viewed as a budget-friendly alternative to expensive Old World destinations. But this summer it’s a better value than ever thanks to no-charge attractions and activities that give new meaning to the locals’ traditional rally cry “Vive le Québec
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