Very Excellent Services!

I Booked my last flight ffom LAX to BOS with Flightyo at Delta Airlines and it was great. The booking process was smooth the airline benefits were commendable. Overall, it was a great ine….

Port of Seattle

What to see and do around the Port of Seattle, a popular starting point for Alaskan cruises. Seattle will stay in the memory long after you leave and have you definitely wanting to return….

Eat Up (But don’t tell others or WE won’t be able to get in.)

Zee Grill Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar, 641 Mt Pleasant Rd in Toronto, ON, Canada is an excellent restaurant for all seafood and for Tuna lovers in particular. Their Seafood Poke Salad for a starter and Ahi Tuna will delight. Their grilled calamari is very expertly done. We’ve never had a remotely “rubbery” mouthful. The […]…


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The Good, The Dark and The Noisy!

Our first trip to New York and a dream come true for my special birthday. The hotel is in a great location, close enough to visit lots of attractions but far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Times Square. Check in was straightforward and easy, which is perfect after a long, tiring day […]…

Sounds of New York

I decide I love New York. I love its sounds, its excitement, and I love its calm….

USA News: Autumn 2022

The USA has dropped the need for pre-departure Covid-19 tests, so now is the time to book….

Chicago at the Stratford Festival

As the season is ending at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, I was very happy to be able to see one more play, the musical Chicago. I saw a different production many years ago in Regina, Saskatchewan and of course, I’ve seen the movie a number of times so I knew it should be a […]…

The Miser at the Stratford Festival

Top of my list for plays to see at the Stratford Festival this season was The Miser by Molière. Even though it was first performed in 1668 it is still so relatable today as a miser, paranoid that someone will steal his money, buries it in his garden. His orphaned niece and nephew live with […]…