We did a lot of eating in Boston! Of course we had the staples: lobster rolls, cannolis, Italian in the North End and Boston Cream Pie. With only three days, there was a lot more eating we could have done but like every trip, we simply ran out of time. Here are all the places we tried and honest reviews of everything we ate in Boston and the greater Boston area. Cosmica. This restaurant was […]
Visiting Boston, Mass. should be on everyone’s list, especially if you like history. The city played a major role in the Revolutionary War as well as the settlement of America in colonial times. You’ll still find original cobblestone streets, the oldest ball park, school and library in the United States. Here are a few highlights from Boston (as well as a few tips for navigating the city) that you shouldn’t miss! Tour Fenway Park America’s […]
I love wall murals. They really make cities colorful and provide perfect backdrops for photos. When traveling some place new, I usually seek out some of the more unique murals, especially if they have the city name in them somewhere. Over the past few years, I’ve been working on a mural guide for Indianapolis and…
Portland, Maine was the starting point for our East Coast road trip and we only had about twenty-four hours in the seaside town before heading up to Bar Harbor. With a population of just over 66,000 people, you can easily see the highlights in the area in just a day. We arrive in early afternoon and headed down to the Old Port area. There are lots of shops and restaurants along Exchange Street, which is […]
Acadia National Park is located on Mt. Desert Island just outside the town of Bar Harbor, Maine. It’s consistently one of the most visited National Parks in the United States and sometimes called the “crown jewel” of the Atlantic coast, primarily due to the beautiful rocky coastline and abundance of lakes, mountains and forests. We had about a day and a half in the Bar Harbor area, which is a perfect amount of time to […]
On a recent trip up to South Bend, Indiana, I took some time out of the weekend to check out all the murals I could find! For a smaller town, there is some GREAT public art and many are very close together, making this a pretty easy afternoon activity. For the latest updates on the public art scene in South Bend, be sure to check out their web site.