Spring is rolling in as vaccines are rolling out, and we are all collectively taking a cautiously optimistic breath. But not all of us are ready or even have the means to bounce right back to travel. Suitcase still out of commission? Don’t sweat it. Here’s how to bring Beantown to you.
Boston is beautiful in green. With Saint Patrick’s Day here and springtime around the corner, this city will be verdant and blooming in no time. Read on for where to stay, what to eat, and what to do in Boston, Massachusetts.
Vail, the quintessential Colorado ski town, is ripe with equal opportunity for physical activity and luxurious relaxation in snowy terrain. Here the harsh realities of winter are harnessed and thus embraced. In short, it’s a winter oasis, embracing the elements and making magic out of it.
Groundhog Day looks ahead to the end of a dreary winter. But let’s accept our fate of more blustery days to come with a trip inspired by snow: Milford, Pennsylvania and a handful of ski destinations close by. Here we’ll want to wake up over and over again.
Hyde Park is one of the historic neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Ohio. Hyde Park Square is at the core, with boutique shops, art galleries, restaurants, markets, etc. In the center of the square rests a small rectangular park, adorned with the feminine Kilgour Fountain. It’s all quite chic, not to mention quaint and quiet in comparison to the bustling downtown just a whisper away.
Like ol’ Bing would say, “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas,” and I’m looking to explore the towns in Ohio that come alive with the holiday’s cheer. Lebanon, Ohio is one of my favorites this time of year.
The Oregon District in Dayton, Ohio is a funky, strong, and loving community that’s a delight to explore by foot. Here are my favorite stops.
The Oregon District in Dayton, Ohio is calm this Halloween morning. The golden sun shines on a sleepy town that will soon stir to life as the sun sets and the full moon rises this Halloween night.
Dayton, Ohio is home to several suburbs and districts worth exploring, especially in the fall. Here’s a glimpse of 24 hours full of Autumn’s glory in the Gem City.
Connecticut is charming, but Connecticut in the fall is doubly so. Throw in some Gilmore Girls appeal and you’ve got an inspired fall trip.