May 10, 2019 by Carol Perehudoff Leave a Comment Tweet Pin 32 Share 6 Flip Share WhatsApp 38 Shares There are so many things to do in Blue Mountain Village, one of Ontario’s most popular getaways, it can be hard to sort it all out. Read on for my experience, or scroll down for your ultimate Blue Mountain Canada guide, with a comprehensive list of outdoor activities, tips on where to stay and where to eat in this bustling four-season resort just over two hours north of Toronto. Table of Contents The best Ontario Getaway Our E-bike Experience Blue Mountain hotels Where to eat in Blue Mountain Things to do in Blue Mountain Resort Winter activities Ski and Snowboard Hike N’ Tube Skating on Mill Pond Snowshoe Year-round activities at Blue Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain The Scenic Caves Follow the Apple Pie Trail Explore the Georgian Trail Blue Mountain: things to do … [Read more...] about Things do to in Blue Mountain, Ontario
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Associated Press Published 11:42 PM EST Feb 9, 2019 Charlottesville, Va. — RJ Barrett got it started, Zion Williamson filled in some gaps and Cam Reddish added a late flurry. In No. 2 Duke’s latest installment of Freshmen Gone Wild, all three – and point guard Tre Jones – had starring roles Saturday night as the Blue Devils used an early barrage of 3-pointers to stun No. 3 Virginia, and then held off the Cavaliers, 81-71, to sweep the season series. “That really sets the tone for us and we played defense today as well,” Barrett said of the fast start that saw him make five 3-pointers before the game was 12 minutes old, helping Duke quiet a sold-out John Paul Jones Arena with the host Cavaliers already trailing 29-15. “We were just in our zone and it’s great to see when our team is like that,” Barrett said. He finished with 26 points, Williamson had 18 and Reddish had 17, including three 3-pointers early in the second half. … [Read more...] about Saturday’s Top 25: Barrett, 3-pointers lead Duke past Virginia
Broncos Country: Still No. 1Call it unconditional love. But how long can it last? Either way, give it up for Broncos Country — or find them all a new hobby. Despite another lost season on the field, attendance at Broncos Stadium at Mile High likely will increase from 2017 to 2018. Unless Sunday’s game against the Chargers sees the smallest crowd in over a decade, the Broncos will exceed last season’s mark of 610,846 over eight home games. They’ve averaged 76,517 this season and need "only" 75,222 fans to tie the 2017 number. And that would break a three-year run of minor drops in attendance at Mile High. Now it’s the Broncos turn to reciprocate your love and fix this thing for the long haul. OK, so there’s one bright spot on the orange-and-blue horizon. Stubhub has tickets going for $46, the most affordable price I've seen in seven seasons.Then (1972) and now (2018)Richard Nixon was president. “Pong” was the top video game. Chuck Berry, … [Read more...] about Klee with 3: Dove Valley’s walking wounded, 46 years of success, Broncos attendance goes… up?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Storm-Damaged Caribbean Resorts Make a Comeback for High Season Supported by More than a year after two devastating hurricanes, hotels and resorts on affected islands are reopening, many with added features, from new rooms to restaurants to expanded spas. ByElaine Glusac Nov. 22, 2018 When Hurricanes Irma and Maria hit in back-to-back succession last fall, they had a profound impact on high-season traffic in a handful of the hardest-hit Caribbean islands, including Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Now the organization is predicting a 4.3 percent increase in tourism to the region in 2019 as the affected islands recover. Shuttered resorts on the most damaged islands are working diligently to reopen in time for winter. Here’s a look at those resorts, island by island. Anguilla Zemi Beach House … [Read more...] about Storm-Damaged Caribbean Resorts Make a Comeback for High Season
By Jill K. Robinson Published 8:52 am PST, Friday, November 16, 2018 Winter scenes from Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. Winter scenes from Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. Photo: Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort Photo: Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 Winter scenes from Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. Winter scenes from Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort. Photo: Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort Ultimate primer of what’s new in the Sierra this season 1 / 18 Back to Gallery It’s that time of year: crisp mornings, more layers and the hope for snow. Early in the season is always ripe with speculation about exactly how much snow the Sierra will get, but rest assured that the ski resorts are getting … [Read more...] about Ultimate primer of what’s new in the Sierra this season