Category Archive: Destinations

The Suite Life: Shangri La Staycation Edition 

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Everyone needs a vacation every now and then to refresh, revitalize and give a fresh perspective to your daily routine. While everyone deserves these vacations, we don’t always have the time or the… Continue reading

Toronto Light Festival 2017

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  2017 marks the first year ever for the Toronto Light Festival held in the beautiful,european-reminiscent area of Distillery District. The area, already beautiful to walk around, has become much more populated in… Continue reading

Bloor Street Entertains 2016- Inside RIMOWA

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For the last 5 years RIMOWA has proudly participated in Bloor Street Entertains, an event put on by CANFAR in support of AIDS/HIV research. The event has now reached its 20th year!! Every… Continue reading

A Fresh New Look: RIMOWA Toronto 2016

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During May-June 2016 RIMOWA Toronto boarded up the doors and set up shop temporarily in the Windsor Arms Hotel, while the store went through a total make over. The entire store was gutted,… Continue reading

Last Beach Escape: “Spring” 2016

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It might technically be Spring, but the cold wind, rain, freezing rain, snow and a Polar Vortex don’t exactly scream ‘pull out the shorts and t-shirts’! So, what better to do then gather… Continue reading

#RIMOWA on Instagram

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RIMOWA clients are the best! Check out our favourite #RIMOWA pics on Instagram from RIMOWA clients and lovers around the world. Make sure to hashtag your RIMOWA pics #RIMOWAToronto for a chance to… Continue reading

Toronto by Season

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Home is Toronto (or not): A Visitor’s Guide to Toronto and How to Make the Most of Every Season Toronto is a world class city and worthy of a visit, no matter where… Continue reading

Travel Photo Diary: Venice

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My opinion of Venice was shaped by the novel The Passion, by Jeanette Winterson who at the time of writing the book had never been to Venice. One particular quote was always fresh in… Continue reading

Top 10 Travel Necessities

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Each and every packer is unique, with different habits and methods. Some pack well, everything rolled, folded and meticulously planned. Others, myself included have a mish-mash of “maybes”, tossed, scrunched and thrown in… Continue reading

Travel Photo Diary: Oxford

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I have been feeling travel blues lately. I have been working very hard finishing my last year at the University of Toronto and have not been able to escape for a while. I… Continue reading