Travel tech gadgets and apps I can’t live without. Whether you live out of a suitcase or want to maximize the fun on your vacation travel tech can make a world of difference. These are the new gadgets and apps I’ve fallen in love with and won’t travel without.
Author Marc Smith
I have fallen in love with Winnipeg. It has a crazy good food scene that balances the new and hip with old school comfort food. I’m talking seriously good perogies people. There is also plenty to see and do in town when you aren’t eating your way into a coma.
Location, location, location. It’s all about location for me when I’m choosing a hotel. Of course, plenty of other details matter but the location is at the top of the list. There are 2 Winnipeg hotels that are in the perfect location for me.
Perogies, Donuts, and Beers that will have you coming back for more. The “Peg” as it is commonly referred to is smack dab in the middle of Canada and its food influences come from around the world. It could quite possibly be the perogie capital of Canada.
Sometimes you just want to escape the World, and by World I mean people. Two hours west of Whitehorse on the doorstep of Kluane National Park and a nine-minute drive from Haines Junction is Mount Logan Lodge. Your escape to wildness.
If you haven’t guessed already I have fallen in love with the Yukon. The people are friendly, adventures are epic and the culinary scene is on point. Just because snow is on the ground for five months of the year doesn’t mean that Whitehorse restaurants ignore culinary trends.
What you need to know from Air Canada about how the grounded 737 Max affects flights in and out of Canada.