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Classic Resort on St. Pete Beach

Postcard Inn on the Beach — A treat for those wanting something different. This place, along with a few other locations are the dieing breed to the classic hotel of the 50’s and 60’s. It’s cute, nostalgic you might feel that a Star from the old movies might walk around the corner. That is what I …

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The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta

The Casa Magna Marriott Puerto Vallarta Posted by Laura Snow on March 7, 2015 1 Nestled in the Puerto Vallarta Marina beach strip, the Casa Magna Marriott is a beautiful beachfront resort, with a full conference center, five restaurants, three pools and a fantastic fitness centre. The tropical grounds of the resort are covered in cacti, …

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The Best Kept Secret of the Canadian Airports!!

Entrance to the Maple Leaf Lounge

We’ve all been there, the three-hour stop over or worse, the unexpected delay. Whatever the reason, so many people just don’t know what to do in times like this. They end up walking from one area to another and then, they decide to grab a bite and a drink. We all know that without blinking …

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Easy Listening at 35,000 feet

Easy Listening at 35,000 feet.

I’m not sure which came first, either more people choosing to listen to their own devices while flying or the now growing trend from airlines like Air Canada Rouge to only offer video and audio through passengers devices. Either way, this is now very much the reality, and it presents a new problem for us, …

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What to take or not take (Part 2)

In my last letter, I covered some of the basics on light travel packing. Now I want to share a few interesting things I discovered over the years. Once you go to an area for five or more times, you will most likely buy less and less to bring back with you, In fact you …

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