The unique Le Massif de Charlevoix train
The night I stayed at a cloister – unique Hotel La Ferme
After fully satisfying my stomach on board the Le Massif de Charlevoix train, I was brought to Hotel La Ferme. At first, my feelings were a bit messed up as I did not know what to expect after checking their website. However, my confusion disappeared already after 3 minutes since I entered. The Hotel La Ferme [...]
Fun SUP yoga in Montreal in the rain
Chocolate massage at Spa Chateau – at Chateau Mont-Sainte-Anne
Similarities and differences between Canada and Slovakia
Getting dirty when spelunking Warsaw Caves in Kawarthas
TBEX in Toronto – was it worth it?
Since September 2012 until now I decided to attend all the travel markets and travel blogger conferences I could – to compare them, to learn something, to meet new people, to have fun with my old friends and also to finally meet in person all those I’ve been in touch online for months/years.So I attended [...]
Summer travel guide to Montreal
Complete with centuries-old stone facades, grand boulevards, and traditional bistros, Montreal may resemble the Old World, but this Canadian metropolis is anything but a fossilized relic. Beyond the cobbled lanes lies a vibrant city full of innovative eats, distinctive drinks, and cutting-edge beats. Home to boundary-pushing bands like The Dear and Arcade Fire, as well [...]
Visit Niagara Falls: You’ve Seen the Falls, Now What Do You Do?
This is a perfect post for my planning as I will visit Niagara Falls in June and was wondering what else I could do there 🙂When you arrive in Niagara Falls, your obvious first stop will be to marvel at nature’s amazing display. That is what this destination on the Canadian-American border is famous for. [...]