Most of the canals in Bologna are covered. Here is a photo of one of the few that are open and visible – if you know where to look.
It is as important to respect our commitments to work, family, and friends as it is to honor our commitments to fulfilling our own solo travel dreams.
Delicate flowers grow out of the rocky shore of Teslin Lake in today’s Pic of the Week from Tracey’s Canadian road trip.
In this Travel Quote of the Week, Guy Gavriel Kay says that there are no wrong turnings, and by going off track, we may discover where we were meant to be.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week from Joanne Nussbaum could be a tagline for solo travel: Walk your own path.
In today’s Travel Quote of the Week, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. says that once you stretch your mind, it will never return to its original state.
In today’s Travel Quote of the Week, Pico Iyer explains how travel is like love, and how great trips, like great love affairs, never really end.
On a recent trip to Ville-Marie, Quebec I encountered a lively arts community, a warm and talented artist, and a creative solution to my selfie problems.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week is attributed to Confucius, who advises to go with your heart, wherever you go. And you can’t argue with Confucius.
In today’s Travel Quote of the Week, Hannah Arendt suggests that loving life is easy when you are traveling solo and all decisions are in your own hands.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week comes from Jacqueline Boone who tells us that when traveling on our own, we may be solo but not alone.
Check out some of the photos from my trip to the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region in Quebec. It was so much more than I expected – here’s a bit of a preview.
In today’s Travel Quote, Paulo Coelho entreats us not to put off the things we’ve always wanted to do, but to do it now. I agree. Travel solo. Do it now.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week is a Dutch proverb that notes that the hardest part of any journey is that which precedes our first step out the door.
Today’s Travel Quote of the Week by philosopher Martin Buber reminds us that our travels have secret destinations that may not be entirely obvious.
A member of the Solo Travel Society submitted this photo of Colmar in the Alsace region of France. Oh, to be transported there right now!
In this Travel Quote of the Week, Erol Ozan tells us that getting lost can be the key to discovering beautiful paths that we might otherwise have missed.
In just 2 days, I experienced winery tours and tastings, local food, an old-fashioned trolley, a heritage B&B and the hospitality of Ontario’s Southwest.
Check out these great tips and photos from the TD Aeroplan Virtual Cross-Canada Twitter Chat that we hosted, and make your summer Canadian travel plans!
If you don’t want your beliefs and ideas to be challenged, don’t travel. You’ll be in famous company: Hitler, Stalin, and Hussein didn’t travel either.