British Columbia's urban and country duo have much to offer those seeking a wide range of travel experiences: good food and wine, museums and, now that winter is approaching, a multitude of snowy activities.
Travel has always been a quest that means different things to different people -- for some it is pure hedonism and a chance to escape the norms of life. But for others, traveling re-affirms their faith or brings religious texts to life, and is the most fulfilling type of journey.
Tourists of all ages from the world are drawn to Boston' cobblestone streets to see the site of the world's famous Tea Party, historic buildings such as the first Federal Reserve, museums packed with portraits of America's founding fathers, and Newbury Street's trendy shops.
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