Hopefully you read my last post all about finding budget-friendly things to do around Boston. Well, now it's time to eat! Some of the places mentioned before include restaurants, but those known more for their locations than their food - Top of the Hub and Cheers. Here I'm going to focus more on what to eat… Continue reading Eating & Drinking through Boston
My husband and I recently went to Europe to celebrate our one-year wedding anniversary. Since he is such an avid beer drinker, I knew that we absolutely had to visit Munich, the beer capital of the world. And while we were there? We had to do a German beer tour of course! And I have… Continue reading Why A German Beer Tour Should Be on Your Bucket List
Atlanta is another place that was high on my list for ages. I was so excited to include it as part of our giant road trip a few years ago. One of the reasons I was most excited? Atlanta is home to Georgia Aquarium - which held the title of largest aquarium in the world… Continue reading Atlanta’s Must See Attractions
The craft beer industry has taken the world by storm, and Syracuse has been no stranger to this. In the past few years, we have seen several new breweries pop up around town. So I thought it would be appropriate to give you the rundown of each of them so you can plan your own… Continue reading Syracuse Brewery Tour
Just like Salem was on my travel list for years, so was Sleepy Hollow. The classic tale turned movie by George Washington Irving has always been a favorite of mine, and I was always intrigued to visit the town of inspiration! Slightly north of Sleepy Hollow is Croton-on-Hudson, home to The Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze.… Continue reading Sleepy Hollow: More Than A Legend
One of the top items on my bucket list for years has been to visit Salem, Massachusetts, particularly around Halloween. I’m a HUGE fan of the movie Hocus Pocus (I mean, who isn’t?), loved The Crucible, and find the history of the witch trials to be fascinating. So, Salem was a dream for me. And… Continue reading Visiting Salem on Halloween Weekend: The Good & The Bad
If you're traveling across the country on Route 80, make sure that Omaha is one of your overnight stops. With one of the largest zoos in the world and some great craft breweries and ice cream shops, it is sure to please everyone.
When you have only one day to spend in Denver, there isn't much time for all of the amazing things you could do. Here are my recommendations from exploring downtown in the Mile High City.
For a tiny state, Rhode island is packed with great things to do! Visit Newport to experience the ocean views and mansion along the cliff walk!
Philadelphia is a city steeped in history, and is a perfect weekend getaway for history buffs, foodies, and families!