These are the most incredible lakes in Canada that everyone should get to see before they die.
Waterton Lakes is a beautiful national park nestled in the lower corner of Alberta on the border with Montana, where it shares the designation of International Peace Park with Glacier National Park.
Shrouded in smoke from nearby forest fires meant that Glacier National Park and its famous Going-to-the-Sun Road did not offer us the clear and incredible mountainous views we had heard so much about.
A longtime dream of mine is to visit every state in America, popping in at every national park on the way.
One of the most moving places I’ve ever been, this gorgeous provincial park is nestled along the Milk River in southern Alberta.
What I truly believe to be the real-life ‘Beauty and the Beast’ town, Colmar is perhaps one of the cutest places I have ever stepped foot.
Strasbourg sits in the northeastern corner of France, and reminds me very much of an idyllic little German town.