Category Archives: United States

Find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to United States.

Dining in Boston – Never a Shortage of Amazingness

Boston has one of the greatest selections of dining. You can find anything you like want. But it’s always fun to go for the iconic Bostonian meals. Most of them are seafood. But you’ll find others too. Dining in Boston … Continue reading

10 Things to do in Newport Rhode Island

Newport in Rhode Island is a small port town that is known for having the highest amount of colonial buildings than any other city in the US. So just imagine how cute it is! Aside from all of the cool … Continue reading

11 Things to Do in New York City

New York City is one of the most exciting cities in the world. It offers so many attractions that it can get a bit overwhelming to pick the ones you want. Even after growing up in NYC, when the time … Continue reading

11 Things to Do in Boston – Family Friendly

The city of Boston was an incredibly important city during the early days of the Country. It still is but for different reasons. Lots of the historical events of the US that have to do with their independence took place … Continue reading

5 Free Things to Do in Newport Rhode Island

I have always believed that you can have a blast while you travel, without having to spend a lot of money. Most of the times a few of the best and most authentic attractions can be enjoyed for free. This … Continue reading

Free Things to Do in NYC

Traveling to NYC can get have a hefty price tag. There are tons of amazing things to do in NYC but you have to pay for a lot of them. Plus, if you are traveling with your family the numbers … Continue reading

8 Free Things to Do in Boston

Boston, one of the most historic cities of the Unites States and one of the most popular destinations of the country. This city in the heart of Massachusetts has an endless list of things to do, historical places to visit … Continue reading

Worlds Largest McDonalds – Is This Really Necessary?

Honestly, do we really need a ‘World’s Largest’ McDonalds? I highly doubt it. We stumbled upon this place accidentally while visiting Orlando, Florida. My son’s buddy lives in Orlando and they haven’t seen one another in a long time. So … Continue reading

Samuel Adams Boston Lager – Gotta Have One

Boston in the summer months spells out serious heat waves. And if you’re not a kid you actually have options other than slurpees and ice cream, both of which I’m no a fan of. So what treat do adults get … Continue reading

Why Downtown New York City is Worth a Visit

Downtown has seen so many wanted and unwanted changes over the past decade that every time I visit it is completely different. For the most obvious changes and catastrophe, of course, 9/11 not only changed the soul of NYC, but … Continue reading

Facts About Times Square That Will Blow You Away

The last time my family and I stepped foot into the heart of Times Square was over five years ago. We returned this year and what a difference. Unlike most places that barely change with the times, Times Square changes … Continue reading

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – Is It a Museum For Kids in NYC?

Who at nine years old wants to be a curator, but has never heard of the word or position ever? Apparently, my oldest boy. He’s been taking art classes for the past year, and even though he enjoys the drawing, … Continue reading

Visiting Historic Boston – Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall in Boston

Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall have got to be the most fun places to visit when coming to Boston. Quincy Market has it all for the family. Spend hours watching the street performers, eating local food, and wandering around the … Continue reading

Theme Restaurants in NYC – Taking it Up a Notch

Theme restaurants can be a bit corny with a negative connotation to them. Just thinking of going to one makes one feel you’ll be part of the herd that follows the marketing, corporate push to get people to visit these … Continue reading

Brooklyn Bridge Facts – So Much You Simply Didn’t Know!

Originally called the New York and Brooklyn Bridge is not only the first longest suspension bridge in the United States, but it has a story to tell that goes way beyond its architectural magnificence. My husband and I had a … Continue reading

Street Food in NYC – What Are You in the Mood to Eat?

New York City is world renown for prize winning chefs, cuisines from all over the world and Michelin starred restaurants . There is even a saying, ‘You can eat three meals a day, ever single day for one year and … Continue reading

A Visit to the American Museum of Natural History in New York is a Can’t-Miss-This Attraction

Telling young kids that you were going to take them to a museum was almost the same as telling them you were about to go the dentist. However, when you throw in words like dinosaurs, whales, meteors and other cool … Continue reading

History of Grand Central Station – Meet at the Cross Roads in NYC

Grand Central Station is one of the greatest, most used landmarks of Manhattan. And the largest train station in the world. New York Central Railroad was the original name when Cornelius ‘Commodore’ Vanderbilt added railroad to his holdings. And has gone … Continue reading

Best Neighborhoods In Boston to Visit

Not only is Boston called the ‘Walking City’ it’s also nicknamed the ‘City of Neighborhoods’. With over 21 different neighborhoods, it’s hard to believe that such a small city can be so diverse. Bostonians take their neighborhoods very seriously. Every … Continue reading

What To Do in Central Park, NYC – Things You’d Never Thought Of Doing!

You can’t come to NYC and not visit Central Park. It’s practically sinful to do that.  Even if you visit in the dead of winter, it’s still a magical place. How to Do a Tour of Central Park: Walking around … Continue reading

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