Margie Goldsmith has been to 130 countries on seven continents and written about them all. She is a published novelist and writes adventure, luxury, lifestyle, and CEO and celebrity profiles. She is a contributor to Business Jet Traveler, Robb Report, Affluent Traveler, National Geographic Traveler, American Way, United Hemispheres, Wall Street Journal, Globe and Mail, and Saturday Evening Post among others. She has won 56 prestigious national writing awards including the prestigious Gold Lowell Thomas SATW Award for her work in such publications as O, the Oprah Magazine and The Washington Post. Send any question to her at email@example.com
The western region of Newfoundland is 466-mile sliver of land filled with ancient mountains, fjords, icebergs, whales, and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Fall is an ideal time to come when the brilliant colors of the leaves are popping out everywhere. Bring your family, friends, or enjoy endless romantic sunsets with a loved one. Here are seven must-do's for fall and any time of year:
Civilized would be an understatement when it comes to Montreal, a city where you're not allowed to build a building higher than Mont Royal Park and where, during the annual Jazz Festival, two thirds of the (over 100) jazz, rock, blues, reggae, soul, and other bands play for free. Here are six other great things to do in Montreal in the summer.
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