The story of St. Nicholas began with an early Christian Bishop who lived from 280 A.D. to 343 A.D. and presided over the Church of Myra (located today in Turkey). He was known as a protector of children and performed many good ...Read More
Needless to say, as much as we all love Christmas, the cookies, decorations, and the gift getting, buying Christmas presents for the whole family can be a very stressful occasion. Especially when you're trying to find the perfect gift for ...Read More
Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is the most photographed hotel in the world, but with its prominent position on top of Cap Diamant, it also has some of the best views of Quebec.
The Hôtel-Dieu de Lévis, an affiliated university hospital, can be seen across ...Read More
Before we embark on any of our foodie trips, we consult several websites to find out which restaurants are doing creative things with their cuisine, or who has consistent high rankings in food quality and service. Maestro S.V.P. is listed ...Read More
Why would Quebec City, which is predominently French, produce a German Christmas Market?
A small group called the German Community Quebec (Communauté allemande Québec, or CAQ) promotes different types of German activities and cultural exchanges to improve knowledge of Germany and ...Read More
The following Gingerbread masterpieces were made by local chefs of Orlando hotels and restaurants to benefit Orlando Museum of Art.
English Tudor - styled with gingerbread bricks, sugar lattice, cookie shingles, red balls and powdered sugar on green frosted marshmellow bushes, ...Read More
I love Christmas, the constant Christmas carols on the radio, cookies and sweets never more than an arm's length away, and the overzealous decorations that add color and sparkle to absolutely everything. If I had a credit card without a ...Read More