Boston to Bar Harbor in October I had been itching to get to a National Park for a bit. Acadia National Park in Maine being the closest one seemed like a logical choice as Josh and I thought about taking a Fall long weekend trip. Between the foliage, hiking, spectacular ocean views and delicious, meals it did not disappoint! We went the first weekend in October … Continue reading Acadia & Bar Harbor Maine
In just 24 hours, you can accomplish quite a bit in Panama City. Highlights were the Panama Canal, Casco Viejo, and takin gin the city vibe. Continue reading 24 Hours in Panama City
Getting Started with Travel Hacking Travel Hacking refers to racking up points/miles on credit cards, and utilizing bonuses and specials on cards and then using them on trips to vastly cut down on the cost of the trips. When utilized, travel hacking can save tons of money on vacation and traveling costs. There are whole communities out there dedicated to mastering the art of the travel … Continue reading Mini-Travel Hack
A guide to having a great weekend in the White Mountains, NH near Bretton Woods. Places to eat, lodging, things to do, skiing at Bretton Woods.
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When I plan a trip, I generally have a number of places at top of mind that I would love to go to. Then depending on time of year, what’s going on at work and life and the amount of time I have, I’ll end up picking something from the list or might get an opportunity to go somewhere. In a perfect world, I’d love … Continue reading Travel Visions for 2019
As the year 2019 kicks off, its a good time to think about de-cluttering and re-setting. Lately the time I spend cleaning (okay I don’t really clean that much) and or organizing has really been grinding my gears. I feel like I am in an endless cycle of clothes piling up and then putting them away, only for them to pile back up again. Anytime I … Continue reading Is Marie Kondo’s “Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up” Truly Life Changing?
My favorite things about Montreal were the food and the overall big city vibe. We spent two days here, so we really just scratched the surface of all that Montreal has to offer. A haven for foodies, you could spend many days here just eating. It reminded me a little bit of a smaller Manhattan. Especially coming from the semi-quaint Quebec City, it felt a lot … Continue reading Montreal: 2 Days & 2 Nights
Quebec City is a picturesque city with a European Feel. The cobblestone streets and french architecture give it an old time romantic feel. Quebec City is easily accessible from New England, and offers a cultural experience different than what exists within the walls of the US of A. It was great for a quick fall baecation, but would really be great for anyone to visit. … Continue reading Quebec City, Canada
In terms of great places to be in the fall in New England, Burlington, Vermont hits the spot. It also happens to be where I was born, so its basically a landmark. It is a great small city that has plenty of restaurants, bars, breweries and shops, in addition to a number of outdoor activities. The air in Vermont always feels fresher to me and … Continue reading One Day in Burlington, Vermont
The magical and delightful effects of the mystical Kombucha Buzz. Continue reading The Kombucha Buzz