Day Trips From VeniceBy Erica Brooks

Yes, Venice is a romantic’s dream. But underneath all the mush and the grand displays of love around its historic plazas, Venice is nothing short of a marvel. Read the rest of this entry

day trips from florenceby Peppa Martin

Yea, tho I walk through the valley of Toscana, I fear no bad taste for thine greatest designers art with me. Guide me, oh lord, as I journey on a daytrip the road well-traveled from Florence, on highways marked with signs I cannot read, following like a lamb to slaughter the wanderers before me who likewise imperiled their finances. Read the rest of this entry

day trips from Vancouver

Brittania Mine Museum

By W. Ruth Kozak

“Be sure and wear a hard hat, and be careful where you step when you’re walking inside the tunnel,” the mining guide warns as I board the little train that will carry me and another group of tourists into the deep tunnel under the mountain. Read the rest of this entry

lund bc

Lund, BC

By Barb Rees

The longest highway in the world starts in Lund, BC about 23 km. north of Powell River. In this bustling jump off point for the islands, Mile 0 marks the beginning of Highway 101 which ends 15,202 km later at the tip of Chile. Your day trip also starts here. Read the rest of this entry

Parliament, Victoria B.C.

By Barb Rees

On Canada’s 145th birthday, we started celebrating with Vancouver Island’s biggest swap meet at Western Speedway in Langford. We’d camped next door at All Fun RV Park and Campground for the weekend and woke Sunday at 6:00 a.m. with the sound of vehicles going through the lot. Read the rest of this entry

day trips from port townsendBy Barb Rees

We dined on Scallops Provençale complimented with Columbia Valley “Domaine Ste. Michelle”, a sparkling Chardonnay at the luxurious “Inn at Port Ludlow.” The next day, after staying in one of their comfy suites with Jacuzzi tub, we left for our Olympic Peninsula day trip. Read the rest of this entry

day trips from Comox

Strathcona Park is a popular day trip from Comox, BC

By Chris Millikan

A two-night stay up on the Forbidden Plateau outside Comox, B.C. results in three rewarding day hikes.

A day trip from our Coastal Trek Resort takes us to Strathcona, British Columbia’s first Provincial Park. Driving to the trailhead, guide Mike recounts a local legend. “Long ago, Comox warriors hid their women Read the rest of this entry