Neilia Sherman Travel Articles

 
How Can Something So Cold, Be So Hot? – Quebec, Canada
How Can Something So Cold, Be So Hot? – Quebec, Canada Maybe one day, Neilia Sherman will be brave and sp
The ‘New’ Daytona Beach: Much More Than Just Racing – Florida, USA
The ‘New’ Daytona Beach: Much More Than Just Racing – Florida, USA Neilia Sherman pictured Daytona Beach to be full o
Fort Lauderdale: Who Could Ask For Anything More? – Florida, USA
Neilia Sherman, for a short time at least, felt as
Quebec Winter Carnival Creates Unparalleled Warmth in the Dead of Winter – Quebec City, Canada
Quebec Winter Carnival Creates Unparalleled Warmth in the Dead of Winter – Quebec City, Canada Neilia Sherman had never seen such happy looking p
Neilia Sherman: BootsnAll Author
Neilia Sherman: BootsnAll Author Neilia Sherman BootsnAll Author Neilia with her son, Jonah Neilia Sherman was born in Toronto and has lived there all of her life. When she was eight years old, she dreamed of being a writer. But she was told that there wasn’t any money in that, so she decided to become a social worker instead. […]
Cobourg: A Beautiful Getaway
About an hour’s drive east of Toronto is the lovely old-fashioned town of Cobourg. This thriving community is full of unexpected delights and has one of the nicest waterfronts that I have seen anywhere. As a Torontonian, I’m not used to thinking of Lake Ontario as swimmable, but this stretch of the lakefront is so […]
If You’ve Made the Trip to Ontario, You’ve Got to See the Niagara Region
The Niagara area, approximately two hours away from Metro Toronto, is one of the best places to visit for value, as well as diversity, in a vacation. Within a half hour’s drive are the splendour of the falls, the beauty of the Niagara escarpment, the stately town of historic Niagara-on-the-Lake and American attractions are just […]
Girlfriends’ New York Getaway – New York City, New York, USA
Neilia Sherman flew off to New York City for a qui
Visit Vancouver on a Budget
The bridge swayed as I took my first step. There were at least two dozen people ahead of us and I wondered how this fragile looking structure could withstand the hoards of tourists who cross it each year. But I had make my start and was determined to make it across. After watching other ‘dare […]