Nothing beats biking Stanley Park (and beyond around False Creek) on a sunny Vancouver day! Lots of beaches and parks. A public market and craft brewery too at Granville Island.
Traditional wooden sailboats dating back to the days of the pharaohs, Egyptian feluccas aren’t comfy for multi-day cruises along the Nile. But they’re a must for a half-day sail in Aswan!
Black pepper fettuccini in a white-wine cream sauce? Lemon zested veal? No, I’m not in Italy. I’m grating cheese and boiling fresh-made pasta at a Vancouver cooking class!
One of the best luxury hotels in Los Cabos? The Cape, a Thompson Hotel. With a hip edgy vibe (swinging daybeds!), the new hotel targets the young and the young at heart.
What fun! Tour the Gorge Waterway on a Victoria Harbor Ferry “pickle boat” to see the tidal falls. Learn about the daredevil divers and First Nations inhabitants too.
See cool yellow cranes and maritime artifacts in the old shipyard building site outside the Pinnacle Hotel at the Pier, a great 4-star hotel in North Vancouver.
Think of pristine wilderness with awesome grizzly bear viewing, fishing, ATVs, rafting, horseback riding and more. Now add the luxury Chilko Experience Wilderness Resort. Nice, eh?
The Red Tree House is consistently rated the best B&B in Mexico City. We know why! Its tasteful rooms, yummy hot breakfast, free “wine hour” and friendly staff are hard to beat.
Cocina de Autor is the most cutting-edge of the eight restaurants at this luxury all-inclusive resort in the Riviera Maya. But all the Grand Velas Riviera Maya food – scratch that, cuisine! – is delish.
Very traditional, Cafe Tacuba restaurant is a charming eatery in a colonial-era building – worth seeking out when in Mexico City (and reasonably priced too).
Daydreaming of a beach with powder fine sand and limpid water to escape to? Check out 10 of the prettiest beaches in the world (from Poipu Beach in Hawaii to Zanzibar’s unusual Bwejuu Beach), where we’ve left our footprints in the sand.