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Ontario websites for winter driving info

Ontario websites for winter driving info

Ontario has 16,900 km of highway and 2,756 bridges that must be maintained during the winter [...]

January 5, 2015 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Travel: Forgotten Turkish city rich in history

Travel:  Forgotten Turkish city rich in history

In New Testament times, Ephesus was one of the great cities of the Mediterranean world. [...]

December 3, 2014 Graeme Mount Archives, Travel 0

A Vacation Tradition: The French River Trading Post

A Vacation Tradition: The French River Trading Post

      BY ANDREW HINDS French River Trading Post has a magical allure, pulling in motorists as if by a siren’s call. It’s impossible to pass by without feeling a tug, an indescribable urge to stop in for a few moments for refreshment and to take a look at what’s new in the shop. [...]

July 16, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

A paradise lagoon in Northern Ontario

A paradise lagoon in Northern Ontario

BY DALE MANSFIELD Do I jump? Or no, oops, I did! The falls and rapids leading out of Wolf Lake narrowed at a spot to about six feet with a big boulder at the centre, where I had to land, then jump to the other side. With water rushing around that rock, it was intimidating, [...]

June 24, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

A gardener’s vacation: top gardens in Canada

A gardener’s vacation: top gardens in Canada

    National Garden Day, the Canadian Garden Council is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2014 Canadian Garden Tourism Awards.   There are an estimated six million people who combine their love of gardens and travel when they select a vacation destination.   Garden Tourism Awards are presented to organizations and individuals who [...]

June 18, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Muskoka memories of Lucy Maud Montgmoery

Muskoka memories of Lucy Maud Montgmoery

  Linda Hutton fell deeply in love with Lucy Maud Montgomery’s work when she was in Grade 6.  She and her husband operate the museum in Bala  that celebrates the author of Anne of Green Gables who vacationed there in 1922.     BY ANDREW HIND The Anne of Green Gables books made author Lucy [...]

April 28, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Explore Ireland

Explore Ireland

BY DEBRA MAHER The island of Ireland, with shorelines on the Atlantic Ocean, the Celtic Sea and the Irish Sea, is an emerald-green land of with thousands of years of history. And, it can be explored via a cruise.   The picturesque fishing village of Dunmore East is the port for Waterford, although some ships [...]

March 12, 2014 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel, Upfront 0

Fair Èire

Fair Èire

Standing at the edge of the cliff, looking down 70 feet to the raging sea below sends a rush through my legs. This is a “not bad” day, according to the Irish. There is a cool wind and slight mist that adds to the experience of the rugged coastline known as the Cliffs of Moher [...]

March 3, 2014 Heather Campbell Travel 0

Bermuda is another world

Bermuda is another world

photo credit Bermuda Department of Tourism     No traffic jams, no crowds, no casinos.   Wherever you spent your honeymoon will be romantic and memorable. One of the most popular honeymoon locations with Canadian couples is Bermuda. The Jewel of the Atlantic is less than a three-hour flight from Toronto. Tourists have been visiting [...]

January 29, 2014 Dana Young Travel 0

Ask the expert about cruises

Ask the expert about cruises

Cruises offer a variety of experiences, gourmet food,and exotic destinations.   BY DEBRA MAHER There is no better way to commemorate a wedding, honeymoon, reunion, birthday, graduation, anniversary or milestone event than by taking a cruise with friends and family. Cruise ships love to host special events and have the ability to accommodate almost any request. You [...]

November 14, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0