Boston to DC: Pros and Cons of Travel Options

We’ve made the trip between Boston and Washington D.C. many times. Bell’s company’s home office is located in Bethesda, Maryland. Bethesda is conveniently connected to Washington, D.C. via a short 20 minute Red Line metro ride. The first two trips we flew. This time I saved some money off a last minute plane ticket by…

Eating Through Boston’s Historic Towns

Boston is famous for being the birthplace of the American Revolution, and being a beacon in the world of higher education with the nation’s oldest university in Harvard and other world class universities like MIT in Cambridge. It’s a great city for exploring America’s history and taking in pretty sites like a stroll along the…

Italian Feasts in Boston’s North End

  Boston is without doubt one of the greatest cities in the United States, and one of its most exciting towns is the North End. This is one of the oldest areas of Boston, and aside from being the location of Paul Revere’s house, it’s also home to ‘Little Italy,’ as it’s the neighborhood where…

The Charm of America’s Oldest Ballpark, Fenway in Boston

  When Alex was a kid, his father took his family on road trips across the east coast of the United States that featured many¬†baseball stadium stops. And in 1993, as a 14 year old avid sports fan, life didn’t get more exciting than popping up in new ballparks while exploring America. We weren’t loaded…

Tips on Renting an Apartment in Boston

  After living in Europe for over 6 years, we recently relocated to vibrant Boston. While we’re very fortunate to live in yet another wonderful and historic city, we once again found ourselves in a tough rental market. There are a staggering 46 universities in Boston so along with good professional jobs, student loans drive…

Rental Tips in Boston