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Original Article by TechSling Weblog: Traveling alone can be quite boring. But if you are an introvert who loves his own company then there are … The post 10 of the Best Places for Solo Travelers to Make a Memorable Trip! first appeared on Tec...

Chicago's tourism sector is booming, with a record 55,000,000 visitors to the city last year, and revenue up this year by 10.4% to $1.45B: but workers aren't seeing those gains. (more…)...

From the BBC:UK drivers may have to get an international driving permit if they want to drive in some European countries after a no-deal Brexit.The government says that after March 2019 "your driving licence may no longer be valid by itself" in the E...

Hundreds of scarecrows line the streets of the small town of Meaford along the southern edge of Georgian Bay between Collingwood and the Bruce Peninsula. The stuffed mannequins hang from streetlights and are propped up along the main street (Sykes St...

Temperatures dropped more than ten degrees on the September 7-9, 2018 weekend in the Bruce Peninsula. It went from temperatures in the 30s to highs of 16 degrees Celsius and the wind picked up on Georgian Bay at the entrance to Lake Huron. Waves pick...

It's a mini vacation in the Dorset area during the August long weekend. Enjoying the Haliburton and Muskoka scenery and lakes that bring cottagers up to paradise despite the sometimes brutal traffic.My feet are soaking in Kawagama Lake as the early m...

The Lake Erie area is a treasure trove of beautiful towns, beaches and attractions and one of our favourites is the "quirky and whimsical" forest setting of Winter Wheat. Full of interesting metal and folk art spread throughout the tall trees surroun...