Boston

Huzzah! Family fun at the Boston Tea Party Museum

It’s the middle of winter and raining and instead of nursing a coffee, we’re heading to the Boston Tea Party Museum. The Boston Tea Party Museum and Tea Ships commemorates the rebellion between the colonists and the British over extra taxes being placed on bales of tea, which kick-started the American War of Independence. What was basically an ambush where the...

16 Long Weekend Escapes from New York City

16 Long Weekend Escapes from New York City If you feel like 2020 owes you a break, here are some great trip ideas and 16 long weekend escapes from New York City. With the whirlwind of chaos that has turned 2020 from the year with so much potential to the year from hell, travel plans have been destroyed, international trips vetoed, and most other states rendered...

Even in the off season, a Fenway Park tour still delivers the chills

If you want a taste of what going to a baseball game was like one hundred years ago, step up to the plate and step back in time at the Fenway Park tour. A Fenway Park tour is one of those must-do experiences if you want to get a true taste of what Boston is like. Old bars ooze the stench of stale beer but at America’s oldest stadium, it’s the freshly popped kernels...

Explore the history of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts

Salem, New England is possibly the one town in the world that is synonymous with witchcraft. So was it magical? Enchanting? Or was it just a place to make money disappear? It was somewhere we had always wanted to check out and upon visiting Boston for the second time, without the knee-deep snow of last February, it seemed the perfect moment. In fact the weather was...