Destinations

Exploring The Big Friendly: Experiencing Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City has several nicknames, but the one that resonates with me most after vacationing in this ever-changing city is the Big Friendly. Many Oklahomans exemplify this personality trait, along with kindness, which goes to show the deep roots and resilience the city has after...

Top 3 North American Hub City Airport Hotels

There’s often a stigma attached to airport hotels, that they are something you suffer through, because you are stuck in a hub city overnight or have a super early plane to catch and live far from the airport. But these days many airport hotels are...

My Top Five Favorite Ways to Travel and Why

By: Kacey Bradley It’s not all about the destination when it comes to travel — the journey can be pretty fun, too. In all of my time spent trekking the globe, I’ve created just as many memories on the road to the place(s) where I planned to visit....

View from Box Canyon
Winter Favorites in Ouray, Colorado

To experience another side of Colorado in winter, skip the skiing and head to Ouray. The quaint little southwestern town is set in a stunning box canyon location surrounded by the towering 13,000 foot San Juan mountain peaks offers both active and relaxing endeavors. The...

St Andrews By the Sea: The Quintessential Canadian Maritime Holiday

Serving as a popular summer retreat for more than a century, St Andrews By-The-Sea in New Brunswick on Canada's eastern coast is one of those timeless seaside towns that after visiting makes you want to return each year as well. Sitting on the Bay of...

Hard to Leave Halifax: Top Reasons to Visit (Twice)

A visit to Halifax, Nova Scotia comes with an instant thought: why didn’t I book my trip for longer? With so much to see, it’s a city to keep on your travel list and start planning a second trip back before the first even finishes. The...

Complete Travel Guide to Digby, Nova Scotia

Even if you’ve never been to the small seaside town of Digby, there’s a decent chance your taste buds have. It’s a gateway to Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy—home to the famous Digby scallops served in restaurants around the world. Since 1783, when it was...

Escaping to Nature at Nova Scotia’s Liscombe Lodge

Nova Scotia's eastern shore is a place of nature at its most raw and beautiful. Still remote, the region is best experienced via a trip to a destination hotel, like the Liscombe Lodge, on the shores of the Liscombe River. Here the focus is on...