Where We Traveled in 2015: 6 Countries, 16 US States

2015 was another big year of travel for us, though it was the most American centric year for us since 2007, the year before we relocated from Tampa to Europe to live between 2008 and 2014. There was only one major European trip in 2015, but it was a big one that saw me organize…

Christmas Lights of Boston in 2015

The Christmas lights of Boston are currently putting a little warmth into the hearts of residents and visitors. Alex and I believe Christmas lights and Christmas markets were created to make people feel happy in the days leading up to the shortest day of the year. And they certainly offer a pleasant distraction on cold dark…

Touring Famous Movie Sites in Boston

  We’ve lived in Boston over a year, and have enjoyed slowly discovering this great American city in our free time (and when we’re not freezing our butts in winter). This past weekend we were invited to partake in the ‘Boston TV and Movie Sites’ bus tour, by On Location Tours, who also offer a Movie…

Images of Boston Shut Down by Snowstorm Juno

    Snowstorm Juno, that shut down Boston on Tuesday, January, 27th, is the first blizzard we’ve experienced outside the tasty ice cream shakes served up by Dairy Queen. We were fortunate to return from New York City Sunday night, with a bus full of college students, as Bostonians were stocking up on supplies in…

Sunset Over the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port

  We relocated to Boston in May, 2014 and due to being busy with work, life and other travels, we only recently made time to visit famous Cape Cod. Something strange was in the air over Christmas in New England that saw temperatures well above average for this time of year, with highs approaching 60…