The Holiday Season in the Big Apple

Each year on Thanksgiving morning, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade takes place in New York City and signals the beginning of the holiday season in the city. Even though it was a different parade this year, I still enjoyed watching it on tv and remembering all the fun things to see and do in theContinue reading “The Holiday Season in the Big Apple”

Thankful for Travel

This week is Thanksgiving in the United States. 2020 has been very different and difficult and as we are in the midst of a second surge of covid-19, just like everything else, Thanksgiving will not be the same as normal this year. Most of us will be staying home and only celebrating with those inContinue reading “Thankful for Travel”

A historic stroll thru Boston’s Beacon Hill

A couple of weeks ago I took an audio walking tour of Beacon Hill. This historic neighborhood has been home to both politicians and poets as well as some of the most beautiful streets in the city of Boston. One distinct feature of the streets of Beacon Hill are the lamp posts. To this day,Continue reading “A historic stroll thru Boston’s Beacon Hill”

25 Years of Eating and Drinking Around the World In Epcot

It’s been difficult missing travel this year especially the trips to new places and different countries. But it’s the trip to Disney during Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival that I will miss the most, especially since this is the 25th year of the festival. I should be starting to pack now to leave laterContinue reading “25 Years of Eating and Drinking Around the World In Epcot”

Ghost sighting and ghost stories in Salem

Growing up about 20 miles from Salem, I have visited this popular tourist city multiple times over the years. There were many school field trips to places such as the Witch Museum, Witch Dungeon and Witch House. I took this for granted as a kid, but now that I’m older and see how many peopleContinue reading “Ghost sighting and ghost stories in Salem”

Fall Activities and an actual in person race in New Hampshire, state 32!

Last weekend, I headed up to the capital of New Hampshire, Concord for a weekend full of fall activities! I’m so eternally grateful that living in Massachusetts means there are so many states close by and also on the very short list of states we can visit without having to get tested or quarantine forContinue reading “Fall Activities and an actual in person race in New Hampshire, state 32!”

Fall weekend in Acadia National Park

Going way back in the travel vault for this post. About 10 years ago in search of some beautiful fall colors, a few friends and I made the almost 300 mile drive north for a weekend at Acadia National Park. We picked a weekend in mid October after the busy long Columbus Day holiday weekendContinue reading “Fall weekend in Acadia National Park”

Seattle Coffee Crawl – All the coffee and so much more!

In honor of International Coffee Day this week, I’m thinking back on probably the best tour I’ve taken while traveling, a coffee crawl in Seattle, Washington. A number of years ago, I visited Seattle with a friend of mine to run the Rock n Roll Seattle Half Marathon. As big coffee lovers, we decided toContinue reading “Seattle Coffee Crawl – All the coffee and so much more!”

Spectacle Island

Did you know there are 34 islands and peninsulas in the Boston Harbor? These islands and peninsulas make up the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. They make the perfect way to get away from the city life for a day. Some are accessible by public ferry while others are only accessible via privateContinue reading “Spectacle Island”

More to do in the White Mountains of New Hampshire

There is so much to see in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. From hiking trails to covered bridges to waterfalls and kayaking or tubing down the river, you will not run out of things to see when visiting this region. It’s actually the perfect covid trip since there is so much to do outsideContinue reading “More to do in the White Mountains of New Hampshire”