Living It Up In Seattle

Although Seattle is only a few hours drive across the border from my home in Canada, I have never stayed there overnight. Recently I had an opportunity to visit Seattle and it proved to be one of the best weekends I’ve experienced.

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Whale watching in the Pacific Northwest

The water surrounding Seattle is teaming with marine life. Harbour seals, dalls porpoise and California sea lions are common sights from the beach. So are whales, which are a year round attraction, from the grey whales that live in the area, to the visiting pods of orcas that descend during...

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Touring Seattle: A Tourists Guide to Discovering the City

Even though it rains close to 300 days a year, Seattle, Washington, wet or dry, boasts a lively city scene. The city’s compacted streets are filled with authentic restaurants, trendy bars, colorful street art, warm coffee shops and a mix of other fun and quirky attractions well known to...

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The Land of Twilight

  So you or someone you know is fairly addicted to The Twilight Saga, the vampire love story that has delighted millions of teenagers, and admittedly some adults as well over the last few years. It’s okay.You can admit it. We’re not here to judge.

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5 of the Best Open-Air Street Markets

Open-air street markets are my 'go to' for just about anything homemade, homegrown or handmade. So when I come across such places in different countries, I am overjoyed so much so that I dedicate sometimes a whole day walking up and down every aisle making sure not to miss a thing.

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Tiptoeing Through Tulips In The Pacific Northwest

The Pacific Northwest in the United States is known for many things: Seattle, rain, the Space Needle, rain, Pikes Place Market, phenomenal salmon and rain, lots and lots of rain.  Did I mention the rain?  Well, something that perhaps isn’t as well known is the large number of farms growing...

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