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- Having explored the entire planet, Mike Bown shares budget travel tips with The Loop’s travel guru, Robin Esrock.
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- When the days turn cooler, your travel plans don’t have to centre around heading south to get away from the cold. Fall and winter are some of the best times to experience your favourite city or a city you’ve never visited before. The crowds are smaller and it’s a lot easier to get a glimpse into the life of a local. The trick to city travel in the cooler months comes down to dressing well. Not only do you want gear that packs well and keeps you warm, you also want to look good while you do it. Here are some pieces that do it all. by Heather Cleland
- Got some reward points burning a hole in your pocket? You probably do -- about 94 per cent of Canadians belong to some type of loyalty program. Only the Brits top us in that category (maybe they get points from the Queen for being loyal subjects). And sure, you could get yourself a free toaster, but wouldn't you rather have some unique experiences instead? Here are some ideas from the rewards catalogs (sorry, no knighthoods are available). By Gord Woodward
- Everyone wants to treat themselves to a little luxury while on vacation. But it seems the cost of a trip can creep higher and higher as you plan, before you even set foot outside your door. There could be hidden costs or extra expenses along the way, and when it’s all said and done, you may have spent hundreds of dollars more than you intended to. The best way to keep your vacation budget under control is to plan carefully from the get go. Here are a few tips to help you plan a vacation you can actually afford. By Heather Cleland
- It isn't often that we get to bring you a home with its very own stables and, yet, here we are bringing you a home with its very own stables! Consider it a holiday present. And not only does this home have a place to keep horses, but it also has a pool, tennis court, and sand volleyball court (and some crazy cool windows). Check out 1538 75th Street, which is on the market for $8,180,275. By Brandon Miller