How to See Toronto’s Invictus Games (and Prince Harry!)

How to See Toronto’s Invictus Games (and Prince Harry!)

The Invictus Games are coming to Toronto from Sept. 23-30 — and with them, 550 competitors from 17 nations, more than 60,000 spectators and Prince Harry, the Games’ patron and biggest champion. “Take this opportunity to bring your family, bring your friends, bring your kids,” the prince has urged Canadians. “Come and be part of something really, really special.” To help you do just that, here’s our primer to the star-studded ceremonies, the free events, the…

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Great Deal: Alaska Airlines MileagePlan 5K New Member Bonus Announced!

Great Deal: Alaska Airlines MileagePlan 5K New Member Bonus Announced!

Alaska 5K Bonus New Members Alaska Airlines has made a lot of news lately due to their completed merger with Virgin America. A couple of months ago they offered 10,000 free Alaska MilagePlan miles for Virgin Elevate loyalty program members who joined MileagePlan and earlier this week they announced the future of the combined airlines. Now, they have yet another offer for new members and it doesn’t require Virgin Elevate membership to participate. Let’s take…

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Legs Would Only Get In The Way: A Q&A With Kevin Michael Connolly

Legs Would Only Get In The Way: A Q&A With Kevin Michael Connolly

  In this age we live in, seeing a legless man sitting on a bar stool would likely lead to a conversation surrounding Iraq or Afghanistan. That is, unless that man is Kevin Michael Connolly. If you were sitting next to him, your questions would surround the topic of gnarly crashes on the ski hills, skateboarding equipment, photography tips or his travels around the world. There would be no long sighs while finding the G-rated…

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Exodus: see you through the years

Exodus: see you through the years

“It’s the Golden State: the Nile water flowing, the hot sun in the vast expanse of the yellow earth, long camel, with the flying sand, an ancient musical ensemble……” What charm does this land have in Egypt, which attracts travelers from all over the world to come here to make pilgrimage? Is it a long glorious history or a unique world? Is the Blue Nile Valley and the vast expanse of yellow desert? The cafe…

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Beyond Buenos Aires

Beyond Buenos Aires

Your guide to heading out of the city and exploring what lays beyond Buenos Aires.   For the ambitious traveler, the best of Buenos Aires can be seen in a few days, and even those who want to take a more relaxed approach can get a good feel for life in the city in about a week. But chances are you shelled out a good amount of money for those tickets to Argentina, so taking…

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The Fiji Pineapple Index & How Travel Changes Us Forever

The Fiji Pineapple Index & How Travel Changes Us Forever

You earn the miles and points, pay for a trip and plan it in advance. Sometimes the trips come and go and create nice memories, but none that are truly life changing. Then, there is that trip or that experience that changes you. It changes the way you look at the world, the way you see yourself or simply the way you taste things. Back in 2007 as part of our 18 month around the…

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Explore of Israel sleepless city nightlife subvert your imagination

Explore of Israel sleepless city nightlife subvert your imagination

When it comes to Israel, most people will associate Jerusalem with its sacred and sad, strong religious overtones, coupled with its magnified conflict and struggle, and give Israel a mysterious and awe conscious one-sided impression. If Jerusalem is a city of heaven and earth, then the second largest city of Israel, Tel Aviv, is the city of modern and art. It is Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, an amazing city of sleepless nights. The Israelis often…

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Exploring The Myth Of Neuschwanstein Castle

Exploring The Myth Of Neuschwanstein Castle

Neuschwanstein Is A Bavarian Wonder Built With Fantasy In Mind By Brandon Darnell It’s the perfect castle in the perfect setting built during the wrong time. Perched high in the German Alps, Neuschwanstein Castle is the epitome of the fairy tale palace with its beautiful white limestone facades and numerous turrets and spires, but given that it was built several hundred years after medieval times, the large windows carved out of every wall help attest…

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Romance and Travel Tips from One Modern Couple

Romance and Travel Tips from One Modern Couple

To celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary, we’re bringing you 150 Travelzoo Tips — one per day until July 1. For Tip 13 (which coincides with Valentine’s Day)  popular travel and lifestyle influencers Carolann Hughes and Macrae Sutton –  the world-travelling lovebirds known as One Modern Couple – share their top Canadian destinations for a romantic getaway.  It didn’t take us long in our travels to discover that we had a pretty amazing backyard of a country to play in, and…

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Road Trip: New Orleans Style

Road Trip: New Orleans Style

Still recovering from that bender known as Katrina, a road trip to the Big Easy reveals how New Orleans isn’t letting a little hangover prevent it from enjoying life, just like it always has. We decided to take a road trip for several reasons: moving, freelance work, sightseeing, hell-raising, escapism, rock and roll — the usual motives. Since it was freezing cold in New York, the three of us thought it would be smarter to…

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