Pennsylvania, The States

A Festival Of China (In America)

Besides going to different towns and countries sometimes exploring can be right around the corner, if Philadelphia, Pennsylvania happens to be close.  When we found out that there was going to be the Chinese Lantern Festival in Philly we couldn't pass it up! Being fair I thought it was the LanternFest where you are able… Continue reading A Festival Of China (In America)

Massachusetts, The States

Boston, The (Almost) Unreachable City

Have you ever tried driving through Boston, Massachusetts, all of the twists, turns, underground tunnels, to get to the North End, just to realize you took the "supposed" left your GPS convinced you to take and are actually on your way out of the city? Yep. Before we set foot in Boston it turned out… Continue reading Boston, The (Almost) Unreachable City

Pennsylvania, The States

Long Walks In Longwood Gardens

Since Longwood Gardens (located in Pennsylvania) has always been relativity close to Kyle he has gone since he was a kid. It is a large park that is open year round and has many sights to see, including a flower conservatory with many different biomes, a stone tower, an Italian water garden, ponds, and much… Continue reading Long Walks In Longwood Gardens

New York, The States

Walking In Watkins Glen & Corning

I can't tell you how many times Gretel had to correct me since I kept calling the town "Walkings Glen" in the state of New York. We have both been to the town before (wine tasting and Farm Sanctuary) but now we decided to do something a little different. We both wanted to explore the… Continue reading Walking In Watkins Glen & Corning

New York, The States

Notorious New York City

Welcome to one of the most unique cities in the world with tall skyscrapers, Spiderman and Elmo wanting to take a picture with you, and at least ten people asking if you would like a bus tour on every block. NYC in New York is definitely a stop for those who are coming from abroad… Continue reading Notorious New York City