Board the V2V Empress and Prepare to be Amused in Victoria, BC

Creativity in colourful cocktails are served by men in kilts at legendary bars. Steamy cups of pick-me-ups in earthy cafes taste best when nestled in mews and courtyards where magnolia trees bloom and street musicians strum. Horse drawn carriages are trotting the neighbourhoods by the monumental Parliament Buildings, museums, totems and galleries as the gulls wail and yachtsmen ready to sail.

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Embark on a Wellness Journey at Hilton Head Health

They come for a variety of reasons. Many hope to get in better physical shape; others want to learn how to eat more nutritiously. Then there are those who wish to de-stress and recharge their batteries. They are women and men, mothers and fathers, who over the years have put their health on hold to achieve professional or academic success, provide and tend to the needs of their families and care for aging parents. They choose to embark on this personal journey at a place called Hilton Head Health.

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River Cruise Showcase

Ah, Chicago! Famous for its colorful history, vibrant culture, sports teams, food and yes, climate, this Midwest hub is a magnet for visitors. They come to tour its venerable museums, take in a show at one of the many renowned theaters and performance venues, cheer on the Cubs, White Sox, Bulls and Bears, munch on a slice of Chicago style deep dish pizza, shop till they drop on the Magnificent Mile and stroll along picturesque Lake Michigan (unless it’s mid-winter when Mother Nature does its best to live up to the town’s nickname, “The Windy City!”).

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48 Hours in Ottawa

Ottawa has always been a favourite Canadian destination of ours. It’s an easy place to get to from Toronto, Montreal or anywhere in between. It has a beautiful, compact downtown that is a joy to walk or bike, not to mention its plethora of museums and galleries where there’s always something new to see.

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Discover Greece in Florida - Tarpon Springs, Sponge Capital

Welcome to Greece? If you were blindfolded and transported to Tarpon Springs, Florida you might well think you were in the land of Aristotle, Homer and Plato. That town of about 25,000 inhabitants claims a higher percentage of residents of Greek heritage than any other place in the United States.

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