As I prepare to kiss sun dresses, big sunglasses and sweaty nights goodbye, I am also welcoming a whole host of spectacular fall travel deals. While the season of long, hot days, festivals, river floating and sunshine may be over, the best shoulder season travel deals are just starting to be rolled out. With the traditional end-of-summer holiday weekend behind us and the droves returning to school and work until the holidays, fall is actually an ideal time to plan getaways and keep some extra cash in your pocket at the same ... [read more]
Montreal offers a scent of France without the price tag. Located on a large island, it harbors the world’s largest inland port. It’s a fashionable, romantic, interesting blend of things French and English, with a multi-dimensional, global variety of eateries, bars and clubs.
Known as the most lively city in Canada with festivals going on all year round, Quebec’s Montreal has established itself as an amazing city, where its French origins, dating back to 1642, combine an Old World charm with Canadian hospitality and New World modernism and urban culture. Montreal is actually an island, located on the St. Lawrence River ... [read more]
Author: Miss Julie
Date:December 24th, 2006