In Baltimore, artistic treasures abound.
In Halifax’ historic market, the tastings are plentiful.
Stands the Church clock at ten to three? And is there honey still for tea? In Toronto, yes — it’s been a tradition for decades.
Pastel-colored houses and an even more colorful history make Newfoundland’s capital worth the wandering.
It felt as if we had been transported to 19th-century England, but we were in the center of Halifax, in the provincial capital’s Public Gardens, one of the finest original Victorian gardens in North America. A band struck up a rousing tune in the octagonal band shell. Fountains splashed. Over the way, a string quarter accompanied the […]
Heaping bowls of lethally-smooth sangria were on offer. But I was saving myself for the several varieties of sidra naturale, made from naturally-fermented apples.
Legend says that when the Cathedral is finished, the city will sink into the fjord . . . so builders are still working on it.