By Thomas Lowe Great places for easy traveling Sometimes planning your trip can be almost as enjoyable as the trip itself — it certainly builds up the excitement. We all want our journeys to be as smooth and trouble-free as possible, but figuring out what transport to take can be…
Merry Christmas from New York City!
Colorful, delicious, fresh, charming, intriguing. These are some of the characteristics I tried to capture in photos during my three-day road trip in two of the maritime regions of Québec, Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie. I’ve written about my trip in other articles, but here I’ll give you a glimpse with ten of my favorite maritime Québec Instagram photos.
Kamouraska — a beautiful village on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec
While I enjoy visiting large institutions like the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago or the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City to peruse their enormous collections, I have a special fondness for the smaller, and in some cases unusual or under-the-radar museums that I come across.
Road trip, food, wine… count me in! I love being behind the wheel heading down highways, new or familiar, and experiencing local food and wine along the way. So I was excited about a culinary trip in the South Shore and Bay of Fundy/Annapolis Valley regions of Nova Scotia
I’m a 50 year old baby boomer who loves to travel. My husband, Scot, lives to ski. So we found ourselves in Alta, Utah a few weeks ago enjoying five nights with our two kids for a great ski getaway.
An afternoon on the Lower East Side of New York City When I emerged from the Delancey & Essex Streets Subway Station on New York’s Lower East Side (LES), I had only one place in mind to visit. I had recently heard of the Tenement Museum at 97 Orchard Street…