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Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle MagazineDreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle Magazine

Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle Magazine Spring 2019

Dreamscapes Travel and Lifestyle Magazine is a general interest travel and lifestyle magazine with editorial stories and features on travel destinations in the USA, Canada and around the world.

國家/地區:
Canada
語言:
English
出版商:
Globelite Travel Marketing, Inc.
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DREAMSCAPES TRAVEL AND LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE is published by Globelite Travel Marketing Inc. Visit dreamscapes.ca to view this issue of our magazine in its entirety and to link easily to editorials, advertisers, contest information, as well as previous issues. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR We’d like to hear from you. Readers are always encouraged to submit emails to editor@dreamscapes.ca. PUBLISHING PUBLISHER Joseph P. Turkel ASSOCIATE PUBLISHERS Sandra Kitchen Valerie Saunders EDITOR Donna S. Vieira EXECUTIVE EDITOR Judi Scharf COPY EDITOR Anne Champagne EDITOR-AT-LARGE Jane Stokes CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Cynthia David Ilona Kauremszky ART DIRECTOR Mark Tzerelshtein PRODUCTION MANAGER Julia Wall DIRECTOR OF IT Mike State CONTROLLER Gloria Mungo PRESIDENT & GROUP PUBLISHER Joseph P. Turkel CONTRIBUTORS Cynthia David | Denise J. Deveau | Josephine Matyas John & Sandra Nowlan | Laura Byrne Paquet Kate Pocock | Chris Ryall | Jane Stokes Steve Winston | Talia Wooldridge ADVERTISING SALES CORPORATE OFFICE Globelite Travel Marketing Inc. 3…

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from my travel bag

editor@dreamscapes.ca It can be hard to decide where to vacation next. Why not look to the stars for inspiration? Where would your zodiac sign have you go? Hard-core adventurers, Aries need vigorous activities to keep that fire burning. Camping on the mountainside of a volcano in Ethiopia, hiking up to Machu Picchu in the Andes Mountains of Peru or fiery destinations like Rotorua, New Zealand; Reykjavík, Iceland; and the Big Island of Hawaii are right up their alley. Grounded, responsible Taurus prefers relaxation and the finer things in life, in which case a villa on the coast of Greece is very appealing. Alternative earthy destinations include Cannes, France; Greenland; Cypress; Tuscany, Italy; and Napa or Sonoma, California. Quick-thinking, intellectual Gemini needs to be challenged. Tokyo, Japan, with its Shinto temples and robot restaurants comes…

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winging it

Avitourism—or birding—is enjoying a growth spurt. Apparently, birding is growing so quickly it’s become the dominant type of nature-based tourism. For birdwatchers, the north-south migration flyways between breeding and wintering grounds are filled with opportunities to spy everything from majestic sandhill cranes to frenetic hummingbirds. States that offer shelter, safety, warm weather and sources of water to our winged friends often top the list. Southeast Arizona, where mountains and desert intersect, attracts Canadian snowbirds as well as the winged variety. At the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, birding enthusiasts enjoy the untethered Raptor Free Flight, showcasing the behaviour of birds of prey native to the desert. The multi-species Hummingbird Aviary is the spot to sit and watch the antics of dozens of the winged marvels. desertmuseum.org The Nature Conservancy’s Ramsey Canyon Preserve…

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florida’s historic coast

When Spanish Admiral Pedro Menéndez de Avilés waded ashore here on September 8, 1565, he claimed this New World for Spain and founded the city of St. Augustine. However, he wasn’t the first person to set eyes on this land; Native Americans of the Timucua tribe had lived here for centuries. Today, St. Augustine is 454 years old. The city treasures its historical sites, attractions, national monuments and beautiful old churches, and nourishes its colourful history on some streets that don’t look much differently than they did a few centuries ago. The region is now known as Florida’s Historic Coast. Whether Menéndez realized it or not, the area is blessed with long stretches of the best beaches in the U.S. And today, the area also features some of the most famous championship…

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vacation like royalty with wyndham vacation rentals

Orlando… The name itself is magical and well it should be. After all, it’s home to some of the world’s greatest theme parks, thousands of restaurants, a multitude of shops ranging from upscale malls to funky little one-of-a-kind boutiques, and championship-calibre golf courses. Orlando also boasts a grand selection of furnished and fully equipped Wyndham Vacation Rentals, where, often for the same cost and sometimes even less, you can spend your well-deserved holiday in a spacious, luxurious, private home rather than in a cramped hotel room. Whether you choose to stay in a private home or in a beautifully landscaped resort, all Wyndham properties are within a few minutes of the theme parks and attractions. In fact, the family-friendly, elegant vacation homes offer so many on-site amenities and activities you may be…

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a traditional charlottetown masterpiece

Confederation Centre of the Arts, known as “Confed” or “The Centre” to locals, is an impressive structure in the heart of Charlottetown’s downtown historical district. It houses over 17,000 works of art in its permanent collection as well as three bustling theatres, Mavor’s Restaurant—with its tucked-away courtyard patio and one of Charlottetown’s best-kept secrets for an intimate pre-or post-show drink—and a gift shop, which features local artisan wares and a hearty offering of East Coast music. The Centre is the traditional go-to for a history lesson on Canada’s Confederation. It is also home to the popular, long-running Anne of Green Gables—The Musical, a wonderful production reworked every few years to keep it fresh. However, The Centre is most known in the summertime for its 55-year-old Charlottetown Festival, the largest theatre festival…

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