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Why Aaron Rodgers no longer talks to his brother Jordan

LOS ANGELES It says a lot about the massive star power of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers that his baby brother was able to become an overnight sensation after merely being announced as a contestant on bride to be. A big amaze to no one, Jordan is now involving JoJo Fletcher final two suitors, With rumors [...]

October 30, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Travel 0

Air Canada enRoute names Top 10 Canadian restaurants

Air Canada enRoute names Top 10 Canadian restaurants

(CNW) Canada’s award-winning inflight magazine, Air Canada’s enRoute www.enroute.aircanada.com announces the Top 10 list of Canada’s Best New Restaurants 2013, and the inaugural winner of the People’s Choice Award.  On a month-long culinary odyssey that took noted food writer Andrew Braithwaite from Vancouver Island to Fogo Island, he discovered a bumper crop of adventurous chefs who [...]

October 24, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Travel 0

Japan, country of contrasts

Japan, country of contrasts

The culture is both very exotic, gentle and sophisticated. We learned rice is usually eaten at breakfast lunch, and supper and that the Japanese love corn, sesame seeds, and mayonnaise on their pizzas.   BY MERCEDEZ QUINLAN Before we left for Japan, my husband, Gerry, and I were warned by people who’d been there numerous [...]

September 30, 2013 Sudbury Living Magazine Lifestyle, Travel 0

Cold War Hotels: Vacations with intrigue

Cold War Hotels: Vacations with intrigue

        The Cold War ended more than 20 years ago, but there are opportunities to appreciate this West versus East era which dominated our lives between 1945 and 1990. Tourists can stay in the hotels that were frequented by CIA and KGB agents. The Atlanta Hotel in Bangkok, Thailand, was founded by [...]

May 17, 2013 Graeme Mount Travel 0

Sailing the Canal du Midi

Sailing the Canal du Midi

The writer, his wife and a friend cruised the Canal du Midi this spring. This trip was to revolve around the canals of Europe. My wife, Linda, and I arrived in Amsterdam where we met our Australian friend, Nigel, and spent a few days cruising the famous canals before taking high speed trains down to [...]

February 20, 2013 Colin Hayward Travel 1

Sweden, my home country

Sweden, my home country

Marie Whitehead, SL sales associate, is originally from Sweden and shares her recent trip home     Born and raised in Sweden, I arrived in Canada in 1990. I have been going “home” every year since I moved to Sudbury. I stay in my father’s house on the beautiful island of Lidingo in Stockholm. I [...]

December 18, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 1

Making a splash

Making a splash

Swimmer adds visit to Olympic pools on her travel itinerary. BY LAURA E. YOUNG If you go to China, you need your passport, a visa and tickets, and if you want to swim at the Water Cube, site of the 2008 Olympics, you need a deep water swimming certification to swim in the deep section. [...]

November 7, 2012 Vicki Gilhula Travel 0

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden

Welcome to Sweden. The country that offers so many opportunities, whatever kind of holiday you have in mind. Sweden is a safe country where everyone speaks English. From the far north to the deep south, Sweden has a wide variety of climates, activities and scenery that will stimulate your senses and satisfy your every need. [...]

September 1, 2012 Sudbury Living Magazine Travel 0

Wales celebrates its mining history

Wales celebrates its mining history

Wales has picture perfect landscapes but it has a gritter side. The bleak mining town of Blaenavon is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wales has more than 400 majestic stone castles, 11 million sheep dotting daffodil-covered rolling hills, narrow canals lined with colourful houseboats, wind-swept beaches with limestone cliffs, towns with names that are [...]

June 1, 2012 Jennifer Merrick Travel 0

On the Thai/Burma border

On the Thai/Burma border

Seated on the balcony outside one of the 13 cabins at the Mae Sai Guest House, a winter-weary Canadian can observe both sides of the Thai-Burmese border. The Mai Sai River, barely larger than Lily Creek in the spring, separates Mae Sai, Thailand’s most northerly city, from its Burmese twin, Tachilek. (Few apart from its [...]

November 1, 2011 Graeme Mount Travel 0