The Queen Mary, one of the world’s most elegant ships in her time.
Once upon a time, cruising was strictly for the wealthy. Indeed, the word cruise still evokes images of elegantly dressed society types, lounging, cocktails in hand, while a palm court orchestra plays in the chandelier-hung salon. Think Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant in An Affair to Remember.
It’s still a self-indulgent means of travel, but cruising has become much more affordable. Travelers by the score are opting for shipboard luxury when they plan their holidays. Continue reading →
Toronto’s spectacular skyline seen from the deck of the Oriole.
Ask most locals how to spend a great day in Toronto and you’d probably be directed to the Royal Ontario Museum, or the Ontario Science Centre, or the Art Gallery of Ontario, or the CN Tower – all great options.. But I spent a day almost entirely outdoors doing some really cool things, all in the GTA. Continue reading →