We have been on the road now for 500 days! Read on for some road-trippin’ highs and a couple of risky lows, plus delicious food pics and two helpful travel recommendations we have learned in these last 100 days on the road.
We have been in Ontario for over four weeks now and almost every night, whether the day is filled with rain or sunshine, the big Canadian skies open up to create wildly vivid, dramatic sunsets. Each night we pedal our bikes to find the perfect front row seats of the nightly showing of the sunset cinema.
We spent 1 July, Canada’s birthday, in the country’s capital Ottawa, and had a blast watching the Canadians getting all dressed up in red & white and celebrating their nation’s biggest day.
As the largest and most magnificent waterfalls in North America, Niagara Falls rightfully holds a place on most people’s travel bucket lists. Thanks to centuries of world fame, the destination …
We took our bicycles out to the Burritts Rapids Locks, lock 17 of 45 locks along the Rideau Canal in Ontario, a UNESCO Heritage Site in Canada.
. Ontario is car country! They love their classic cars here and we see proud owners of vintage cars cruising through the country side in their well-maintained rides all the …
The second largest falls after the Victoria Falls in Africa have long been on our list of places to see. We finally made it to the Niagara Falls, an incredible sight.
You can’t always trot the globe, but you can always see something new and thrilling. The U.S. is filled with magnificent sights and smells — and so is our northern …
The symphony of sounds on the streets are so classically French it is hard to believe we are actually in Canada. We just loved Quebec City! Read on for our 24 hours in town, plus seasonal tips!
Montreal is known for its French feel, but who knew that there would be such a great street art scene. We loved this Mexican mama, tattoo and all!