Posts Tagged ‘North America’

“I feel like a Druid, searching for herbs, creating things.” Nathalie Thibault puts what looks like a teeny pinecone in front of me. We’re in the packed...

Quebec City, and more specifically Vieux-Québec (Old Town Quebec), is a portal direct to historic Europe. It’s classically beautiful, poised, and beguiling....

Cold air brushed the hairs on my neck. It was New Orleans in February. But I was also standing in front of a haunted one-hundred-year-old French-style hotel....

Montreal is what I call one of those “lifestyle cities,” like Los Angeles or Milan. It’s not flash-bam “tourists do all of these things NOW!” out of...

I needed to get into that detective agency. It’s now gone beyond a simple curiosity to a burning desire. “You ladies looking for some weed?” Lightning...

Montreal, just what was your game? Was it a test in restraint that I failed? Or perhaps it was bid to lure me to stay forever. The city egged me on to eat as...

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