Seven Springs: Fun for a Couples Getaway!

Seven Springs Mountain Resort is a great all-season resort located in Champion, Pennsylvania. An ideal vacation destination for couples and families, it just over an hour southeast of Pittsburgh and about a 3.5 drive from Washington, DC. The resort offers a variety of on-site activities like skiing, golf, bowling, rock climbing, zip-lining, an alpine slide,…

Slopes with snow and blue skies

Huntingdon, Pennsylvania: Tips for Planning a Visit

Did you know that Raystown Lake is the largest lake within the state of Pennsylvania? Around 44 miles south of State College, home of Penn State University, and around a 3-hour drive from Washington DC, it is a great place for boating, swimming, mountain biking, scuba diving, and fishing during warmer months. The nearby town…

Cabin room with fire and comfy chairs

How to Spend 2 Days in Hershey & Harrisburg, PA

Milton Hershey founded Hershey’s chocolate company in 1894. Today a town built on chocolate welcomes visitors from around the world to experience a place where streetlights are capped with Hershey kisses. Prior to visiting Hershey, we knew about the amusement park, Hersheypark, but were unfamiliar with other great activities this family destination has to offer….

Alex & Bell with their chocolate bars in the build your own chocolate bar factory

Why is Philadelphia Great to Visit?

The home of Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and Rocky Balboa welcomes visitors to a history filled city packed with delicious restaurants, bakeries and lively bars. Rittenhouse Square, in the French Quarter, is extremely charming for a date night in Philly. The Italian Market, offering a wealth of cookies, baked goods, charcuterie and imported cheeses…

Philadelphia Culinary Highlights Include Chew Philly

  We live in Boston, which tops most American cities in terms of history, with Philadelphia being a significant exception. Independence Hall in Philadelphia is where the Declaration of Independence was signed and where the US Constitution was debated by the creators of the country. Philadelphia was the capital of the country from 1790-1800 (Boston…