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Cycling in Quebec

Fun — Even When You Get Lost Text and Photos By Julia Bayly We were on a mission. After reading several accounts listing Quebec as a bicycle-friendly destination, the time had come to find out. So a couple of weeks ago my cycling friend Penny McHatten of...

Eat & Burn: Cycling in Temiscouta

Our Eat & Burn series showcases destinations through their cuisine and unique ways to burn off the calories. Québec offers spectacular cycling and fine dining. Text and Photos By Julia Bayly It’s all about the descents. At least, that’s what I kept telling myself as I cycled...

Bike New Orleans’ Northshore

Savor the sights and sounds of fall on the Tammany Trace Bike Trail. By Erin Z. Bass Most people just head to New Orleans and stay there, never venturing outside the city. But on the other side of the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, the longest continuous bridge...

Hôtel Tadoussac

Classy accommodations in Tadoussac, Canada’s oldest village and North America’s first official member of the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club. Since 1864, Hôtel Tadoussac has welcomed guests to its well-appointed property overlooking Tadoussac Bay and the St. Lawrence River. With its whitewashed walls,...