Monthly Archives: April, 2013

Vacationing in the Biggest Little City in the World

Reno, Nevada has been known as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” ever since an enterprising Californian won a slogan contest sponsored by the city way back in the late 1920s. Yes, Reno was on the entertainment map long before Las Vegas had its first slot machine. A short list of things to do …

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This Site of a Maritime Disaster is Now Home to a Famous Canadian Submarine Museum

Today we are visiting Pointe-au-Pére (Father’s Point), a national historic landmark in Québec, and the home of the HMCS Onondaga – a Royal Canadian Navy torpedo submarine. The Empress of Ireland Exhibit and Pavilion, and the Pointe-au-Pére Lighthouse are also at this site. The region Pointe-au-Pére is located in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region of the Québec …

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