Fourth of July in Travel in New England

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I am so excited to finally kick-off this year’s Summer Travel in New England series! When I moved to New England 11 years ago (our Bost-aversary is July 3!), I was really looking forward to experiencing the snow, which I Continue reading

Travel in New England: The Inns of the White Mountains

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This past December, Ryan and I were invited to the White Mountains to attend the Inn to Inn Cookie Tour sponsored by the Country Inns in the White Mountains consortium. That’s right, a cookie tour through bed and breakfasts in Continue reading

A real Cape Cod dining experience

Sea Crest Beach Hotel Shore Dinner on Old Silver Beach in Falmouth, MA

The Old Silver Beach Shore Dinner Series at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel provides a real Cape Cod dining experience! We have now spent at least 9 summers around Cape Cod, but have only just discovered a REAL Cape Cod dining Continue reading

Travel in New England: Cape Cod Beach Hopping

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We are lucky enough to live less than an hour from my favorite place on earth, Cape Cod. For those of you less familiar with the Cape, it is the arm that juts out of Massachusetts into the Atlantic Ocean. What Continue reading

Travel in New England: 2015’s New England Road Trips, Day Trips, Outings and Festival Plans

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One of my favorite things about living in New England is the seasons…yes, even winter. Every season is a new opportunity to explore a different part of New England, which ultimately led to my Travel in New England series. This Continue reading

Travel in Cape Cod: Sea Crest Beach Hotel on Old Silver Beach

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It is amazing that before this vacation was planned, I had never heard of Old Silver Beach, located in Falmouth, MA. As soon as I booked this trip, I started receiving Facebook and instagram comments from friends and readers who tell me this Continue reading

Brunch in Somerville at The Painted Burro

Davis Square in Somerville, MA. is starting to really hold a place in my heart…or more accurately, my stomach! The eclectic neighborhood is home to markets, coffee shops and eateries that have a bohemian feel that you don’t get as Continue reading

Summer Travel in New England: Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont Part 3 – A Brunch Worth Traveling To

Simon Pearce is what the reason we originally planned our trip to this area of Vermont. Can you believe we almost kept driving right by it because we were full from samples? That would have been a BIG mistake. An Continue reading