When you’re young, there is no better time to sight-see and travel the world. During this time of life, you’re untethered and have less to anchor you down. You also have way fewer responsibilities than you would later in life, which is why this is the best opportunity to travel and go as much as possible. While in your retired years, a relaxing cruise might be more up your alley, your younger years should be spent on more exciting locales. Take a look at some of the most youth centered destinations and plan your trip today.
Rio de Janeiro
Rio de Janeiro is a fabulous location to travel to when you’re young because it’s filled with breathtaking beaches, world famous street parties, and of course traditional Brazilian food you can’t find anywhere else. By visiting this city, young travelers are truly granted the real Brazilian experience. This city is filled with adventure, which makes it ideal for those who are young and active. This country is also home to many waterfalls, jungles and amazing hikes you’ll want to soak in. Continue reading “On the Town: Best Places to Travel While You’re Young”
A road trip across the beautiful expanse of Canada sounds dreamy. The picturesque scenery is almost too much to take in with the naked eye with its lush green grassy landscape and the lovely mountain top skylines. Finding the wild life in their own natural habitat is enough to take anyone’s breath away. All things considered, a long term road trip across Canada can lead to building some great memories along the way.
Whisking Away to Winnipeg
The capital city of Manitoba sits nestled in the heart of North America, awaiting adventurous travelers and road warriors alike. This culturally diverse city is literally a green oasis due to its unique position at the Forks, the junction between both the Red and Assiniboine Rivers. With its unique and one of a kind boutiques and street shops, Winnipeg is an international jewel also known as the Gateway to Western Canada. While in Winnipeg, visitors can catch the NHL’s Winnipeg Jets on the ice or try to catch a glimpse of the wild life. Additionally, Winnipeg should appeal to outdoor adventurers, landscape photographers and naturalists alike due to its prairie like scenery and picturesque natural wonders. Continue reading “Fun Canadian Cross-Country Road Trip Memories to Last a Lifetime”
Calgary is a fascinating, multifaceted city with nine distinct neighborhoods, each with its own unique vibe. No matter which neighborhood you choose, there are plenty of great Calgary hotels to stay at. Great lodging is just the beginning. Read on to find out what’s on and what to do in each of Calgary’s most popular neighborhoods.
Described as funky, fun and upbeat bohemian, this neighborhood has plenty to offer. Kensington’s hub is located at the intersection of Kensington Road and 10th Street NW. This neighborhood is the city’s premier coffee district and a stop at Higher Ground or at The Roasterie is well worth it. And because any great coffee needs great literature to go with it, be sure to stop in at Pages Books, an independent bookstore featuring author readings and hard-to-find titles. If cinema is more your thing, catch a film at the art house, Plaza. There are also plenty of places to get a bite to eat or a sweet treat. Try Vero Bistro Moderne and Chocolaterie Bernard Callebaut. You can walk or bike it off on the north shore of the Bow River. Continue reading “5 Popular Calgary Neighborhoods”