I love people-watching in hotel lobbies: in Canada, we have two railways to thank for the best grand rooms and views.
As the ferry crosses from downtown to the Toronto Islands, urban angst drops away. The islands await.
For North Americans, when you get a hankering for old European charm but don’t want to cross the Atlantic Ocean, Québec awaits. The city of Québec, founded by French explorers in 1608 along the north shore of the St. Lawrence River, has a kind of charm that otherwise you find only in the old capitals…
The abbey is known for its singing and preservation of a musical tradition that goes back to 10th century.
Lunenburg is one of 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Canada.
“I know it sounds tacky,” said our B&B host in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, “but go on the ghost walk.”
A few years ago, I joined Canadian chefs Anna and Michael Olson on a tour that included cooking classes and other culinary adventures.
Lobster clawed its way back from ignominy to become a food often considered a delicacy. It’s Canada’s No. 1 seafood export.