One thing is constant: we crave a certain terroir.
This Albertan city is on the up and up, and has a lot to show for it.
It’s a spirit that lends itself to a wide variety of cocktails, but is quite sufficient to the task of the ultimate martini.
The Bugaboo spires—giant granite fangs disappearing into cloudy skies above it all—stood tall like watchmen. They felt noble and foreboding all at once.
His roots are firmly planted in the brand, and when asked, “Why Dior?” he makes no hesitation.
It’s a backlash of aesthetic; the grime underneath the mechanical bull. The opposite of Toby Keith.
A short drive southwest of Calgary on Highway 22X, nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, is the stately hamlet of Priddis, Alberta. A dusting of snow outlines the pavement’s shoulders along winding back roads, pointing visitors to the area’s best kept secret, Azuridge Estate Hotel.
In summer, the Post Hotel is vibrant, verdant, framed by towering spruce and pine trees. There’s plenty to do: the hiking in Banff National Park is spectacular, with 200 kilometres of trails.
Sometimes you need not go over the hills and far away to find beauty, tranquility, and adventure (in short, a great vacation).