Montréal
14 Things to Do in Montreal that Prove it’s One of Canada’s Coolest Cities
Kathy Stewart | Jun 25, 2015
See + Do | Must Sees

Like a little slice of Europe just a couple of hours from New York, Montreal combines Canadian hospitality with European cool more...

Provence
Boules: A Provençal Tradition
Kathy Stewart | May 14, 2015
Essentials + Advice | Need to Know

With a languid pace perfectly representative of life in Provence, the game of boules, also known as pétanque, has become a q more...

Provence
What to Know About Provençal Cuisine
Kathy Stewart | May 14, 2015
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

Real Provençal cuisine is high-spirited but simple, focusing on preserving the taste and texture of seasonal, fresh ingredie more...

Provence
Vines 101: Côtes du Rhône and Provençal Appellations
Kathy Stewart | Mar 31, 2015
Eat + Drink | Vines & Wines

Home to the Côtes du Rhône and the world famous Châteauneuf-du-Pape, in Provence the vineyards stand out as distinctly as more...

Around the World
Top 5 Spring Break Destinations For Your Family
Kathy Stewart | Dec 11, 2014
Essentials + Advice | Need to Know

Since the beaches of Fort Lauderdale tend to offer a different variety of transcendence than the kind we're after, we thought more...

Around the World
Explorer’s Index: Top Five Hottest Family Trips
Kathy Stewart | Nov 17, 2014
Listed | Must Sees

A quick glance at the B&R Dictionary describes adventure in part as, "daring to travel to some of the world's greatest playgr more...

Alsace & Champagne
In Pictures: Alsace & Champagne
Kathy Stewart | Aug 26, 2014
See + Do | Must Sees

In the home of Moet, Dom Perignon and Anselme Selosse, wine is king. (But the food, history and biking are certainly nothing more...

Alsace
Vines 101: Alsace Wine
Kathy Stewart | Aug 8, 2014
Eat + Drink | Vines & Wines

Alsace wine has been made since at least Roman times—so as you can imagine, they've pretty much got the hang of it by now. more...

Alsace
Things to do in Strasbourg
Kathy Stewart | Aug 6, 2014
See + Do | Must Sees

I've listed some of my favourite things to do in Strasbourg, where unique cultures blend together amidst charming timber-fram more...

Alsace
Cuisine 101: Alsatian Cuisine
Kathy Stewart | Aug 5, 2014
Eat + Drink | Cuisine 101

According to many Alsatians, the reason the Romans occupied Alsace for so long was because they loved the cooking! more...

Burgundy
Bastion Ste. Anne
Kathy Stewart | Jul 21, 2014
See + Do | Hotels

Nestled within the ancient walls of one of France's most beloved food and wine towns, you'll find a beguiling hideaway for tw more...

Napa Valley
Vines 101: A HIstory of Napa Valley Wine
Kathy Stewart | Jul 17, 2014
Eat + Drink | Vines & Wines

Today, the Napa Valley thrives on being on the cutting edge in both wine making and production, with a fruitful future ahead. more...

Provence
Explorer’s Index: 6 Reasons To Visit Provence
Kathy Stewart | Jun 3, 2014
See + Do | Must Sees

There are myriad reasons to visit Provence, but after years spent wandering the countryside, we've narrowed it down to six. more...

London
In London, Tons
to Do with Tots
Kathy Stewart | Mar 18, 2014
Experts + Insiders | Columnists

The great thing about bringing your brood to London is that, while it can be expensive, a lot of the best things to do with k more...

Loire Valley
Five Reasons to Visit Loire Valley with Your Family
Kathy Stewart | Feb 20, 2014
Listed | 5 Reasons

Before you check out the slideshow and find out just what makes the Loire Valley such a perfect destination for families, a b more...

Italy and Croatia
Italy and Croatia
With the Kids
Kathy Stewart | Dec 9, 2013
Experts + Insiders | Columnists

We had travelled to Italy and Croatia with the kids before, but my husband, who is Croatian-Canadian, never gets tired of eit more...

Sonoma
The Patrimonial Passion
of A. Rafanelli
Kathy Stewart | Sep 10, 2013
Eat + Drink | Vines & Wines

An Italian immigrant, Alberto Rafanelli first founded A. Rafanelli Winery in the early 1900s. more...

Provence
Provence Olive Oil
Kathy Stewart | Sep 10, 2013
Eat + Drink | Cuisine

The Greeks believed that the cultivation of the olive tree was the hallmark of a civilized society, and they may have been on more...

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