Lynn Marie Caissie

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How Rude! Workplace Incivility Could Destroy Your Company | Inc.com

What does bad office behavior look like? There's the guy who doesn't say "thank you," and the woman who won't even say "hi." Others bark commands, fail to make eye contact, and occasionally tell belittling jokes. The uncivil--dare we say hostile?--workplace that these habits create can do a pretty …

Top 10 reasons to travel to Santorini, Greece | Boutique Travel Blog

Arriving at Santorini Island<p><i>Our friends Nick & Dariece from the fabulous Goats on the Road travel blog talk about why they think everyone should</i> …

How to Eat Like a Local in Greece

Every summer, urban Grecians migrate from the mainland to many of the country’s mythical islands. Here, away from the chaos of the cities, Greeks …

Athens: what to see and do

<b>Cecil Deitch writes</b><br>We hope to be in Athens from October 15-21. We have visited several Greek islands but this is the first time in the capital. My wife and I are active 78 year-olds and our son and his wife are both 50 and avid tourists. We would welcome advice on sites to visit, and, as we will …

European Travel

5 Reasons to Spend an Extra Day in Athens

Wait—before you hop on that catamaran to one of Greece’s enchanting isles, there are more reasons than ever to spend more than just a one night, …

Meteora, Greece’s city in the sky

Balanced across 24 giant rock formations that reach nearly 400m into the sky are ancient monasteries, visible through the clouds.<p>Above the town of Kalambaka, on the north-western edge of Greece’s Plain of Thessaly, giant rock formations reach nearly 400m into the sky, like something out of a …

5 Best Mediterranean Ports for Independent Touring

Slow Food in Italy

Can you guess what freshly dried ingredient this is!?<p>Are you into slow cooking? Have you even heard of it before? Well, I recently spent a day …

A Guide to Coffee & Cocktails in Italy

Italy has created some of my very favorite things. From Ferragamo to Ferrari to fettuccine, Italians know what’s good. So, why would their coffee and …

First-Timer’s Guide to Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

If you haven’t yet heard of Riviera Nayarit, a 200-mile stretch of Pacific Coastline in Mexico, you will soon. The destination—chockfull of authentic …

Where were you when the lights went out? (In the dark?) Yes, on this 10th anniversary of the Big Blackout of 2003, we're in for a chilly day today. Partly sunny, high 21...with a sunny day tomorrow. Stay warm - and keep it on 98.1 CHFI to keep that blood moving! (At 6 am it's 11 in Hamilton, 12 in Oshawa and 13 at Pearson). Erin

The Beauty of Barcelona (PHOTOS)

Here is something that is probably true: If you go to Barcelona, you're gonna party. The club scene is incredible and massive and it feels like the party never ends. Thus, siestas are a <i>necessity</i>.<p>But <i>don't</i> party and siesta your entire experience away. Barcelona is defined by its absolute …

The 10 Best Summer Vacation Destinations in America

From the Grand Canyon to Graceland, summer is the season to appreciate the beauty our country has to offer.<p>Cape Cod<p>Chicago<p>Graceland<p>Grand Canyon<p>Mount …

Grand Canyon

Italy's top attractions: taking the 'trap' out of tourist trap

Across the globe, lucky souls are packing for Italy to explore the famed marvels of ancient Rome, find romance along Venice's teal-blue canals – and well-meaning friends are still trying to talk them out of it. 'You're going where? When? But it's a tourist trap!' they gasp.<p>This popular wisdom may …

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Italy

Couture and croissants: 48 hours in Cannes | Boutique Travel Blog

I wouldn’t exactly say Cannes is a surprising city. Although some might say they wouldn’t expect it to be as small as it is (it had humble beginnings …

8 Wallet-Friendly Getaways

A roundup of affordable vacation destinations around the world<p>We've rounded up more affordable alternatives to pricey vacation destinations around the world, from the new European Riviera to the fashion set's Mexican beach spot

Sea Salt

Cherif’s Favorite Places

Ask Annie

For the last 10 days, I have had the very good fortune of traveling with legendary <i>National Geographic</i> photographer Annie Griffiths. Though our expedition around Iceland been a fascinating adventure into some of the most beautiful corners of that country, the real gift of this trip was how much I …

A perfect day in Trastevere, Rome's favourite neighbourhood

You’ve thrown coins into the Trevi Fountain and marvelled at the Colosseum – what next? Take a trip across the Tiber river to Trastevere, a charming medieval neighbourhood with a fiery temperament. A stroll around Trastevere, a formerly working-class district with a heady nightlife, will take you …

18 free things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona has enough to keep the most voracious of culture vultures and self-indulgent of gourmands happy for weeks, but all those entry fees and tapas bills can mount up. Fortunately, help is at hand with a variety of ways to make your holiday budget stretch a little further.<p>In addition to the …

Leaders, Choose Your Words Wisely

Even a brief interaction can change the way people think about themselves, their leaders, and the future. Each of those many connections you make has the potential to become a high point or a low point in someone’s day. Each is a chance to transform an ordinary moment into a touchpoint.<p>What is a …

Best Kept Wild: Roaming New Zealand

THE CHOPPER CAME flat over a dense forest of tree ferns, black beech, and red-flowered rata trees. It sailed over New Zealand’s Fiordland cliffs and fell to the whitecaps of the Southern Ocean. The cliffs were threaded with waterfalls, like in <i>Avatar.</i> Nick Wallis, a 33-year-old pilot for Alpine …

Rome Food Tour: The 7 Things I Learned By Taking A Walk

7 Things I Learned By Taking A Walk Through A Roman Market.<p>By Randy Kalp Posted in - Italy & Rome & Travel Blog on <b>July 8th, 2013</b><p>Campo de’ Fiori is …

Kotor, Montenegro - This is Why I Shouldn't Be Telling You About Kotor

Kotor, Montenegro – I Shouldn’t Be Telling You About Kotor<p>Montenegro Jul 10, 2013 View Comments<p>O ne grilled fish, one squid, a basic “shopska” salad, …