It’s time for another Central New York highlight; this time we’re looking at Liverpool. Frankly, Liverpool is my favorite suburb of Syracuse because of how much it has to offer. So, I’ve put together a fun bucket list of all of the great things you need to do/try/experience in the village that shares its name with the much… Continue reading Life Along the Lake – A Liverpool Bucket List
Fells Point is a national historic district in the harbor of Baltimore. With so much charm and local flare, this neighborhood is a must-see if you are ever in Baltimore! If you're lucky, you may even get to experience the Fells Point Fun Festival.
While not the biggest festival in Syracuse, West Street Cultural Fair is definitely one of the best! Full of music and dance performances, great food, loads of culture, and arts & crafts, this is a truly special event that shouldn't be missed. It's a great highlight to the Westcott community and embraces the eclectic cultures that are there.
Traveling doesn't mean you have to leave your four-legged friends at home! Learn about some of the best tips for planning a vacation with your pup.
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!
Montreal has so much to offer, from historic streets and buildings, to incredible indoor wildlife, great food and craft beer, and an Olympic park. Learn what you need to know and then spend a weekend there to experience the best they have to offer.
Most Syracusians believe that the Taste of Syracuse is the unofficial start to summer in Syracuse. This beloved festival gets all of Central New York truly out of winter hibernation over the universal love of food. Vendors and restaurants from around the area set up booths to display some of their finest foods.
St. Augustine, while home to the Fountain of Youth, is also home to a rich and haunting history. If this city isn't on your bucket list now, it better be soon!
The historic village of Cazenovia is the perfect example of how you can enjoy central New York any time of the year!
Syracuse University is the heart of the city. Even if you're not a student or employee, take the chance to see/do some of these SU classics.