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Festival du Voyageur: A Festival for Travelers
Every February thousands of people brave -40 degree weather (Celsius and Fahrenheit!), as they head to one of the coldest cities in the world, Winnipeg, for the Festival du Voyageur. The Festival du Voyageur, or the “Festival of the Travelers” is Canada’s largest winter event and one of the most ...
The Forks: Winnipeg's Star Attraction
The Forks was once home to Aboriginal bison hunters before it became a center for fur trading. Today, it’s Winnipeg’s most popular tourist attraction. From a distance it merely looks like a really fancy building, home to the Forks Market, but once you dig deeper, you’ll find it’s a whole lot more...
7 Must-see Attractions in Winnipeg
The place where prairie meets metropolis, Winnipeg is starting to see more and more visitors each year. As Manitoba’s largest city, you can expect tons of culture, class and character in this surprising city near the longitudinal center of North America. Whether you’re visiting during summer or i...
7 Great Spots for a Cup of Joe in Seattle (that don’t include Starbucks)
When it comes to coffee, nowhere in the US seems to do it better than Seattle. The birthplace of Starbucks in Pike Place Market, the original location is part of a historic district that retains its original look from the 70s, making it a notable tourist attraction and worth seeing once. However,...
Embrace Portland’s Donut Culture
Donuts are some of the simplest, yet most delicious sweet treats in existence. Although there are at least one or two places where you can indulge in every city, Portland is known for its amazing donut shops. Who knew something as simple as fried dough could make people so happy?
8 Must-See Winnipeg Festivals
Located in the middle of the Canadian prairies, most people may never put Winnipeg on their travel radars —but they should. Sure, the city is known for its long summers and harsh winters, but that doesn’t stop them from knowing how to have a good time! Winnipeg is home to an array of awesome fest...
4 Unforgettable Arctic Adventures in Churchill, Manitoba
Known as the “Polar Bear Capital of the World” and also as the “Beluga Capital of the World,” Churchill tempts visitors to brave the cold with promises of unforgettable arctic adventures. While it’s no cakewalk getting to this tiny Hudson Bay town, your efforts won’t go unrewarded as you live out...
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