Romantic Winter Road Trips from Boston

If you’re spontaneously making Valentine’s Day plans in the northeast or have another romantic occasion coming up, we have you covered. Before recently relocating back to Florida to be snowbirds for a season, we lived in Boston for two and a half years. We experienced a lot of New England year round, but there were…

All You Can Eat Chocolate Bar, Langham Boston

Who loves chocolate? We’re guessing about 99% of humanity. So when we discovered that Cafe Fleuri at the Langham Hotel in Boston offers an all you can eat chocolate bar on Saturdays, we were sold, especially since it’s been featured on the Travel Channel. And after experiencing this chocolate extravaganza, we believe the head chef…

Six Flags New England, Fun for All Ages

Six Flags is famous for epic roller coasters and thrill rides. Situated adjacent to the picturesque Connecticut River, Six Flags New England is the oldest park in the franchise, dating back to the late 1800’s. The amusement park features over 60 rides, including 13 roller coasters and even an entire water park, Hurricane Harbor. Unfortunately, the weather didn’t…

Western Massachusetts: Tips for Visiting

Spring, summer and early fall are fantastic for experiencing an abundance of great activities in New England. A couple weeks ago we made our first visit to the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Less than a two hour drive from Boston, Pioneer Valley impressed us with world class attractions like Six Flags New England and…

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…