Beaming Blooms: Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden

The beaming colors and the fragrant air defines the Dallas Blooms festival in Spring at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. With over 100 varieties of spring bulbs in many different colors spread all over the gardens, its the perfect place to see the beauty of nature. The arboretum is abuzz with Tulips, Dutch Iris, Daffodils, violas and numerous other kinds of spring blooms. Our visit to this beautiful botanical … Continue reading Beaming Blooms: Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden

10 Best Things to do in Toronto

Visiting Toronto, don’t miss out on the ‘10 best things to do’ in this beautiful city. No matter what season it is, this city will dazzle you with its beauty. Here – the summer sun shines brilliantly on the gleaming water of Lake Ontario, fall colors create paintings in the air, the winter snow decorates the city streets and spring’s bright blooms cheer up the … Continue reading 10 Best Things to do in Toronto

New Orleans Charm: St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square

Beautiful St. Louis Cathedral alongside the lively Jackson Square is an iconic picture of the city of New Orleans. As planned, we were there on a Saturday afternoon and the sun decided to shine bright on a December day making the place look even more amazing. Jackson Square Jackson Square, a beautiful park in New Orleans is a National Historic Landmark and the statue of former US President Andrew Jackson graces the space. The park … Continue reading New Orleans Charm: St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square

Travel: Top 10 Instagram Pictures of 2015

An end to a fabulous year and I thought of doing a summary of the top pictures from all the places we visited in 2015. Its like a recap of all the fun we had. These 10 of the most loved Pictures from my Instagram Gallery weave a story of our travels this year: 1. Toronto, Canada – Most popular picture from my Instagram gallery is of the … Continue reading Travel: Top 10 Instagram Pictures of 2015

New Orleans Holiday Festivities at ‘Celebration in the Oaks’

‘Celebration in the Oaks’, is one of traditions during Christmas in this city of Mardi Gras. And we were there to experience the holiday festivities. ‘Is this the line for Tickets’, we asked. ‘Yes’, was the reply. Got in the line around five and it was long considering that we were there almost an hour before the park opens. Though it was tiring to stand for so long, once the … Continue reading New Orleans Holiday Festivities at ‘Celebration in the Oaks’

Ottawa: The Charming Rideau Canal

A Weekend trip is a great way to explore a city close by and being in Toronto has provided us with several options including the beautiful city of Ottawa. About 280 miles, is the distance between Toronto & Ottawa by car and it took us about 5 hours to drive with one food stop on the way. Our itinerary had some of the must-see places in the city – Parliament Hill, National … Continue reading Ottawa: The Charming Rideau Canal

Montreal: The resplendent beauty of Notre-Dame Basilica

“Sorry, we are closed now for a wedding ceremony”, it was so disappointing to hear that after walking for three blocks to the Notre-Dame Basilica from the parking. “So, when will it be open to public?” I asked. “Between 6:30 to 8 p.m., it will be open for everyone.” That was relieving. Well, it wasn’t that bad as we got more time to explore Old … Continue reading Montreal: The resplendent beauty of Notre-Dame Basilica

Montreal: A Wonderful Summer day at the Mount Royal

An unfamiliar language, increases the time spent on doing routine things. Well, we were in the city of Montreal, where 70% of the people speak french and it is also the second largest french speaking city in the world after Paris. With everything in French and not in English (as we are used to), everything took longer – from getting directions to reading a menu. Lesson … Continue reading Montreal: A Wonderful Summer day at the Mount Royal

Toronto: Top 10 things to do in Distillery District

The Distillery Historic District – just a few blocks from St Lawrence Market is the place to be when visiting Toronto. From the vibrant art galleries & boutiques, trendy stores to fabulous Restaurants & cafes – all in restored 19th century red brick buildings of Victorian Industrial Architecture – there are plenty of things to do here. Take a walk on the cobblestone streets and … Continue reading Toronto: Top 10 things to do in Distillery District

St Lawrence Market: Food Lovers’ Paradise

A one-stop location for buying organic groceries, savoring special preparations, learning how to bake a cake or becoming an expert chef, perfect for hosting a party, getting your couple portfolio shot, meeting friends over a cup of Victorian tea, having a good time with family, great for photography addicts, tasting specialty foods and getting that excellent piece of meat for the upcoming reunion. Undoubtedly, St … Continue reading St Lawrence Market: Food Lovers’ Paradise