Having recently sat down for a moment to pause, I realize that we are mid way through March and the year seems to be flying by. While Julio & I are working towards have children and accomplishing some pretty incredible things in our professional lives, I sometimes feel as though we may forget to be romantic.
One of us more than the other of course… ? But without pointing fingers, I think the point is one that a lot of us can identify with. So in light of understanding we can’t always jet away to a tropical destination around the globe, I’ve found a romantic getaway right here in the heart of Toronto that is like no other. And it’s right here in your your own backyard.
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Recently, I decided to pay a visit to Kingston
for work. Growing up in Ottawa, I would pass it by on the way to Toronto. But I
think I’ve only ever stopped in maybe once or twice to explore, so I didn’t
really ever get a sense of the city at all. I clearly had no idea what I was
missing out on! Kingston itself has roots embedded deep within Canada’s
history, with former trading posts, Fort Frontenac, Queens University, the
Royal Military College, and even being the birthplace of the first prime
minister of Canada.
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It is no shock that I try to share fun new ways to travel and how to accomplish the same experience with you and your loved ones as often as I can. I think that’s actually been one of my favourite parts here at the blog – travel feeds the soul and allows me the chance to have experiences like no other.
Staying in quaint hotels and farms just north of the city of Toronto, to jet-setting around the world, it’s something that has been a lot of fun to share with you. In the spirit of travel in 2019, I thought I would share six travel secrets with you to make the best Ontario road trip you’ll take all year. You can consider this when planning a road trip with your family!
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While many of you aren’t going to like the following statement, I am excited that the fall is on its way. My favourite season, it offers me sweater weather, cuddling on the couch more, and all things seasonally and emotionally warm. That being said, I have to admit this summer may have been my favourite one yet here at the blog because I made a concerted effort to reconnect with the important things in life in order to remember what is most important. So let me tell you about how I rediscovered romance on a whole new level in the mountains just a quick trip away from Toronto – you might be surprised at how easy it is to do for you and that special someone too!
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