November is one of the best times of year to do a three or four day New York weekend. The weather is excellent for walking — not too hot; not too cold. The gargantuan tree has been raised in Rockefeller Center and the ice rink is open for skating. There are numerous holiday traditions that you […]Read more "New York in November State of Mind"
Now there are officially just 35 days left in Muskoka summer so here are some more activities you must squeeze in (continued from previous post). Make this your Remainder of Summer Bucket list and include lots of laughter. 19. Go Ziplining at JW Marriott Resort in Minett Resort guests and day visitors can soar 600 […]Read more "Making the most of the remaining Muskoka days of summer"
Whether you are looking for gooey Chelsea buns, the tastiest sour cherry strudel, the uber-fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables, chacuterie or local artisans and crafts, a trek to one of the Farmers Markets in Muskoka should be on your weekly cottage agenda. There is a Farmers Market almost every day in Muskoka. Check these out: Thursdays: Port […]Read more "Farmers Markets in Muskoka: Fresh and Local Finds"
More apres ski or instead of ski at Whistler, an absolute must see is the Audain Art Museum. Designed by John and Patricia Patkau, David Shone and their firm Patkau Architects of Vancouver, British Columbia, the Audain Art Museum is nestled in a grove of Englemann and Sitka Spruce hybrids and was designed to integrate […]Read more "More to do at Whistler than ski"