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An affair with Canada
2017 is the year to move on from conventional, well-trodden holiday ground. As the world appears to shrink, it's time to chase new horizons. And the horizons couldn't get any wider than the impressive open spaces of Canada! However, it's not just sheer size that makes this country awe-inspiring;...
 
The best things to do in Paris during Christmas
Every year during Christmas, Paris welcomes visitors from all around the world: tourists, families, businesses and Parisians themselves exalt in admiration of the city's beauty and wonders. The city of romance is transformed into a fairytale town, and takes you to magical places that you would...
 
Half-term and horrifying Halloween highlights in Paris
Half term and Halloween is a great moment to come visit Paris. You might not see a lot of children trick or treating in the streets of the French capital on 31st October at night, but All Saints Day is a celebration day in France as well. During this time, locals usually go to cemeteries and pay...
 
9 great reasons to visit Luxembourg City
I had arrived in Luxembourg City, the capital of one of the smallest countries, also confusingly called Luxembourg. This tiny country is one of the world's most well-kept secrets and is little known to tourists despite its rich history and heritage. Luxembourg, situated in the heart of Europe...
 
The 9 most exquisite ice cream parlors in Paris
Spending your summer holidays in Paris with your children is a great idea. There are so many beautiful places to see and child-friendly things to do that everyone is sure to have a good time. But during summer, the weather can get hot... really hot! And after visiting an iconic monument such as...
 
Canada Day 2017
Earlier this month, on 1st July, Canada celebrated the most important day of its calendar year – Canada Day! Fantastic celebrations took place, lighting the country up with energy and enthusiasm for the occasion, particularly in anticipation for Canada's 150th birthday next year. With so many...
 
Montreal – a food lover's paradise
With its cobbled streets and quaint charm, Montreal has often been the chosen destination for the culture seeker. Set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, near Ottawa and Quebec City as well as the border of Vermont, Montreal is the world's second largest French-speaking city. Influenced by...
 
Surprises along the River Rhone in France
The 505-mile Rhone River was used by Greek and Roman traders, so today river cruisers can experience antiquity, artistry, history, and some of the best food and wine in Europe. Beginning in Beaune and ending in Avignon, I decided to experience the region by boat and discover both the known and...
 
4 ways to avoid human gridlock in Paris
Audrey Hepburn said, "Paris is always a good idea." From the hordes of tourists taking selfies and family portraits in front of famous works of art, it seems most of the world agrees with Hepburn. Surely, the city's most famous attractions are worth some elbow-knocking and selfie-stick bruises,...
 
5 things to do for the perfect romantic stay in Paris
Paris is known as the 'City of Love' and it is not just because many movies and novels portray it as the most romantic city in the world. The city has such a rich cultural heritage that anyone who visits is bound to fall in love with it. With so many amazing attractions and a blend of culture...
 
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