Archives for 2011

Business Travel in Canada – Do’s and Don’ts

Business men and women may be given temporary entrance into Canada if they meet certain criteria. Before leaving on a trip to this thriving country, all of the following do’s and don’ts should be considered by those planning business travel in Canada:

The Do’s for Business Travel to Canada

  • Do carry a United States passport, a certified birth certificate, or naturalization papers.
  • Do make sure to have a current photo I.D.
  • Do consider applying for a trusted traveler’s card if you make frequent business trips into Canada.
  • Do make sure that you have health insurance which covers you while you are in other countries. [Read more…]

Hot off the Press – Review from The Wedding Ring Magazine

marriage and guest accommodations

“Luxury, private rentals at Boardwalk Homes treat out-of-town guests to family time and a home away from home.”

Guest accommodations

Giving Kitchener-Waterloo brides and grooms a new way to look at guest accommodations, Boardwalk Homes properties are a bit like having your very own private five star hotel. And whether it’s for three days, or thirty, all your guests have to do is move in and enjoy.

Each home comes with natural down duvets, a fully equipped kitchen, large dining room, a cozy fireplace, a deck and yard for the kids to play in and more. They’re close to all of the city’s best shopping – and if you’ve got a craving for noodles or sushi, they’ve even got the chopsticks!

Boardwalk Homes is a company that seems to have thought of everything you could ever need while you’re away.

Now, they are looking forward to helping brides accommodate their out-of-town guests throughout the week or weekend of the wedding.

Let us explain… [Read more…]

A-list Holidays to Suit All Budgets

family holidays on a budgetWhen money is tight, the first item cut from the family budget is usually the family holiday. While this may sound practical, holidays serve a useful purpose in allowing working members of the family to unwind and regroup while providing some much needed bonding time for parents and children alike.

Rather than eliminate the planned family trip entirely, a much better solution might be to pare down the holiday so that it suits the funding available. The following suggestions might prove helpful in planning holiday travel with a slim budget: [Read more…]