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A Windsor Arms Wedding

Posted By: Christine Korda

Talia and Regina of Bow & Arrow describe Louis and Aliza’ elegant affair.

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Classics Redefined

Posted By: Christine Korda

Concierge M. Gustav also spoke for residential designers when he said ”You see there are still faint glimmers of civilization left in this barbaric slaughterhouse that was once known as humanity. You see that is what we provide in our own modest humble – Oh f_ it.”

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Travel: 28 Hours in Toronto

Posted By: Christine Korda

What do you do when your friend (in Ottawa) texts you (in Waterloo) on a Monday, and asks what you’re doing on the weekend? First, you ask her if we’re going to Nashville (that’s a story for another day). When she laughs at you, you ask her what she has in mind, and she asks you if you’d be interested in a Toronto meet-up, you obviously say yes!

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Home Away from Home…but Better

Posted By: Christine Korda

Can you remember the last time you travelled and were truly impressed by your accommodations? Not because the lobby was great for selfies or because the monotone décor of your room was slightly more grey than the last place you’ve stayed but because you really felt like you were somewhere special? I personally get giddy in small towns because the hotels are always so charming and often wish that all of my destinations had a similar effect. Luckily for me, Toronto still has one hotel that gets it. Walking down the very busy Yorkville area surrounded by a sea of glass it is impossible to miss the Windsor Arms hotel; a true staple of the Toronto hospitality landscape.

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Rommi and Jason Get Married

Posted By: Christine Korda

On a cozy evening in December, Rommi and Jason hosted an intimate gathering of family and friends to witness their union.

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