New York State is home to so many landmarks- both historical and natural. It’s more than just the biggest city in the US and it’s the reason I love living here. One of my favorite regions in New York has to be the Finger Lakes region. Full of lakes, waterfalls, parks, wineries, and breweries, you… Continue reading Exploring the Cayuga Lake Wine Trail
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.
The United States is not the only country to celebrate with giant state fairs; Australia does too! Here is a throwback post to my time in Australia to discuss the wonders of the Royal Melbourne Show.
The New York State Fair doesn't call itself "Great" for no reason! The nearly two-week fair is jam-packed with food, drinks, music, dancing, contests, art, rides, games, animals, and more! And a visit to the fair doesn't have to cost much. Here's a plan for how to spend your time and money on a day at the fair.
The New York State Fair doesn't call itself "Great" for no reason! The nearly two-week fair is jam-packed with food, drinks, music, dancing, contests, art, rides, games, animals, and more! And a visit to the fair doesn't have to cost much. Here are some of the best tips to get tickets to the fair without hurting your wallet.
Iowa is one of those states that doesn't always come up as people's first choice for vacation. But, don't let that stop you! Iowa is full of quirks and charms that will surprise you. And its state fair is definitely one to rival the largest in the US.
Summertime is the best time for festivals, and Syracuse is a prime example of that! Check out some of the many festivals Central New York celebrates each July.
Syracuse hosts a Greek cultural festival every summer, and it's a shame to miss it!
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.