Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle

Fall 2015

Dreamscapes Travel & Lifestyle Magazine

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DREAMSCAPES FALL 2015 42 TRAVEL GALLERY >> BY CYNTHIA DAVID DS A ir Canada recently received its first Boeing 787-9, a larger version of the popular Dreamliner 787-8. The new aircraft will service new routes to Delhi and Dubai from Toronto starting in November 2015. So far this year, Air Canada has launched service between Toronto– Amsterdam, Montréal–Mexico City and now offers daily flights from Toronto to Austin, Texas, as part of its global expansion. In summer 2016, the airline plans to add non-stop service between Vancouver and Brisbane, Australia, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and Australia's Gold Coast, and between Montréal and Lyon, France. Air Canada rouge, mean- while, has introduced direct flights from Toronto to Lima, Peru, three times weekly, and announced plans for a Toronto to London-Gatwick route. aircanada.com; 787.aircanada.com E at and drink in style at the 19 th annual Cornucopia in Whistler, B.C. From November 5 to 15, more than 200 day and evening events are planned in the stunning mountain setting. Choose from winemaker dinners, cooking demonstrations, fine wine tastings, wellness events, a night market featuring international street food and much more. Learn how to make festive cocktails at the Fairmont Château Whistler, meet new craft brewers and small-batch distillers and chat with master gardeners and master chefs. Don't miss the famous CRUSH Grand Gala Tasting. whistlercornucopia.com D allas, Texas, is the newest U.S. destination to join City- PASS. The booklet saves visitors 41 per cent off combined admission to the Perot Museum of Nature and Science; Reunion Tower GeO-Deck where you can view the entire city and create your own light show; your choice between the Dallas Zoo and The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza; and a choice between the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Dallas CityPASS booklets retail for US$44 for adults, US$30 for children ages three to 12. Purchase online or at any of the attractions listed. Pass holders also save time by skip- ping most main-entrance ticket lines. CityPASS.com D owntown Montréal's chic, sophisticated Hôtel Le Crystal promises a five-star experience, starting with its cuisine. Recently renovated La Coupole–Bistro Laurentien sources 95 per cent of its ingredients from local artisans. Dishes are inspired by the home cooking of those who built today's Québec, traditional First Nations' dishes and influences from the waves of newcomers who shaped the province's culinary heritage. After a long day of sightseeing, relax at the 12 th -floor Oasis with its all-season rooftop terrace, indoor saltwater pool, Swedish sauna and fitness centre over- looking the city. hotellecrystal.com KENNY BRAUN/SIXTH FLOOR MUSEUM AIR CANADA TOURISM WHISTLER/MIKE CRANE HOTEL LE CRYSTAL

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