There's a time and a place for "stuff," for sure. But this holiday season, the gifts that I'm craving (and the ones that I'm giving) are experiences, not things. You don't have to be an avid traveler - or even an armchair traveler - to appreciate many of these, but several are geared toward the… Continue reading An Experiential Gift Guide: Detroit & Beyond
Let's talk Northern Montana and the iconic Going-to-the-Sun Road, which cuts through Glacier National Park. Drive the full route and bring your bags. We've found a few amazingly scenic spots to stay the night and soak in the views. GETTING THERE It's not the easiest place to get to from Michigan, but it's worth the… Continue reading Exploring Montana’s Glacier National Park
Lisbon is a city rich in culture, but also in food and drink. Following our trip, we rounded up the top must-try tastes that we encountered during our stay. Do like the Portuguese and sample a bit of all during your travels, or pick up a few and soak up the European flavors right at home.
With dramatic cliffs that hug the Atlantic coastline, Portugal constitutes the southwestern most tip of Europe. A prime position for sunset viewing, for sure, but also a sliver of land that offers rich culture (and equally rich cuisine), stunning scenery, genuinely nice people and equally important, extreme value.
Every other year, come April, we trek the three hours to Cambridge, Ontario, where we hole up in the deliciously indulgent Langdon Hall Country Hotel and Spa for just one night. Our excuse for the excess? Anniversary. Pass the champs, please.