Philippa Campsie teaches in the urban planning program at the University of Toronto and believes that urban planners need to get out and walk if they are going to understand any city. She and her husband visit Paris regularly and write about it on their blog, "Parisian Fields." Philippa has created tours in both Toronto and Paris.
Most Canadian cities are defined by hills and mountains, but Toronto has an upside-down quality. Its ravines are its hidden treasures, and you have to seek them out.
On this walk, you'll cross over Rosedale Valley and wind your way into... More»
This tour takes you through the haunts of writers and artists in 1920s Paris, including Ernest and Hadley Hemingway, Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, Amedeo Modigliani and Jeanne Hebuterne, Kiki de Montparnasse, the... More»
Audrey Hepburn owed her inimitable style to a lifelong love affair with Paris and its designers. She made five films here, starting with Funny Face in 1957. Love in the Afternoon came next, and after that there was Charade, Paris When It Sizzles,... More»