Spa & Travel Launches Canadian Spa & Hotels Search Engine
Earlier this month spa junkies, Canadian TV personalities and beauty industry experts flocked to celebrate the launch of the newest phenomenon in spa travel - SpaAndTravel.com.
For those of you who love to travel, pamper yourself and/or spoil your friends rotten, listen up!
Launched by top makeup artist Josée Beaudoin (pictured), it allows you to book or easily get reviews on hotels and day spas...
5 Mid-Winter Getaways
Forget Paris, Rome, and the Florida Keys. This year, try a vacation destination off the beaten tourist track!Sunset over the Grand Canyon (photo credit Amanda Williams)
Road trips are to America what backpacking is to Europe — see a lot, spend a little. The key is to make it last as long as possible. So while the journey from Los Angeles to the Grand Canyon in Arizona takes only a few hours...
5 Things to do in Toronto This Weekend
My stylish friend, Kim Vallée runs popular Montreal based style blog AtHomeWithKimVallee
, and since she is coming to town this weekend for IDS,
asked me to write up my top 5 picks for what to do this weekend.
Here we go!1. Start Saturday morning with Brunch at School
School Bakery & Cafe is a new hot spot in up and coming neighborhood, Liberty Village. French Toast fans might want to try...
Weekend in London
A weekend in London can be a bit like spending the afternoon in an all-you-can-eat chocolate bar— the treats may be tempting, but your body will give up long before you’ve tasted everything. Undertaking this historical city is no small feat, so here are a few tips and Must-Sees to help you map out your fabulous mini-break. An iconic double-decker bus chugs toward the Victoria Tower, part of...
Ali in Argentina: Lessons Learned
A few things I learned in the Paris of South America in no particular order:
1. Argentina is beautiful and the people even more so. I've never encountered a warmer culture. Everyone is so kind. Despite the bustling cities and crowded dangerous roadways, people are genuinely sweet here.
2. Just because our dollar is worth nearly 4 times the peso, doesn't mean you should buy as much as...
Merry Christmas, Everyone! I hope you are having a wonderful holiday with your families and friends.
We are celebrating Christmas in Argentina with Alex's family and their tradition is to eat dinner late at night and then at midnight pop the champagne and open a gift to celebrate the moment Jesus was born (Argentina is about 80% Roman Catholic). Private fireworks go off in neighborhoods all...
Ali in Argentina: Cordoba
This is Cordoba. It's the 3rd largest city in Argentina and it's where we've been staying for the past few days. Unlike Buenos Aires, it has a more intimate feel with pockets of small neighborhoods and a smaller downtown core.
This view shows the major shopping mall, which of course you know I've already scoured. I'm sorry to report that shopping here isn't the greatest....