As you all may know, we have full-time jobs, so this limits us to really only visiting a few places a year, though we try to see as much as we can by combining multiple destinations on one trip and traveling around holidays where we are already off from work. Because of this, we thought it might be helpful to outline our upcoming travel so that you will know when and where we are going in the future. We will hopefully be updating this blog on a more ongoing basis as we book our travel (’cause you know, it’s not really real until it’s BOOKED)
5 hours north of our home on Long Island, lies the beautiful, charming city of Boston. Boston is one of the Northeast’s most historical and fun cities to visit. Home of the baked bean, Red Sox baseball and some of the nation’s top universities, here is a list of things to do while visiting Boston:
San Diego will always have a special place in our hearts mostly because Sam’s family lives there, he lived there for a while and because 3 months ago we said our ‘I-do’s’ in this beautiful place amongst 65 friends and family. If you haven’t had the privilege to visit this beautiful West Coast mecca, I suggest you do so as soon as possible!
One of the best things about living in the NYC metropolitan area is the proximity to many amazing cities right at our doorstep. One place that never disappoints is Washington DC. This place has so much history, even if you are the furthest thing from a history buff, our nation’s capital is sure to bring a thrill.
Hello, Sam here! I’m here to talk about my trip to ‘The Windy City’ back in 2015. It was one of my roommate’s birthday weekend and we all felt like we needed a getaway – what better way to celebrate than a trip to Chicago?
Hello, Sam here! This year I had the awesome opportunity to spend a few days in the amazing nordic country of Norway. Unfortunately I did not have much time there, due to being on a business trip, but the time I did have gave me a little tease of what Norway has to offer. (Hint: a lot).
May 2018 had been a year after Sam had proposed to me and we were looking to celebrate this milestone in our lives and also get in ‘one last hurrah’ before our wedding that coming July. We decided to go to New Orleans (affectionately dubbed ‘NOLA’), as we had wanted to do that for the Presidents Day Weekend trip we did Nashville, but the prices were too high then. We had seen many travel shows on New Orleans and each one excited us more than the last. Being the foodies we are, we knew New Orleans would surely not disappoint in that area, and we were 100% correct!