Salem, Massachusetts has been a destination for decades, known for it's historical Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Today, we're sharing the top five things to do in Salem, starting with the most obvious choice if you known Salem for its witch history, the Salem Witch Museum! Continuing with four other activities to do in this [...]
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View of Falmouth Heights Beach from the Seaside Inn on Cape Cod. This post was contributed by Lisa Crovo Dion Ever since I was a youngster, I’ve spent summers on Cape Cod, Ma. It’s a magical place of windswept dunes, beautiful beaches, roses and hydrangea blooms, and shingle style cottages surrounded by white [...]
The luxurious Liberty Hotel in Boston is the former Charles Street Jail. This name of this gorgeous hotel that opened in 2007 at the foot of Boston's posh Beacon Hill neighborhood, is ironic. You see, the Liberty Hotel is the former Charles Street jail. Among the guests that checked into the jail (against [...]
Sage Inn in picturesque Provincetown. Location, location, location! Smack in the middle of Commercial Street, Provincetown's bustling main drag, yet tucked away slightly down a narrow brick alleyway, is the well-situated Sage Inn. Lively bars, boutiques, restaurants, and galleries line Commercial St. in the heart of “Ptown.” And Sage is a relaxing oasis close [...]
The Tuck 'em Inn in Falmouth, Massachusetts sleeps 17. Epic Vacation, Part III, The Finale After enjoying weeks exploring the east coast, from Manhattan to Maine, this summer with my kids, we concluded our trip with a family reunion on Cape Cod. It's become a tradition now that most of my brothers and cousins [...]
The Provincetown Harbor on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Epic Vacation, Part II This summer, I left the San Francisco fog with kids in tow for an extended East Coast journey. We flew into New York first, straight into a massive heatwave. I sometimes forget that we live in a naturally air-conditioned city here in [...]
The ferry terminal in Martha's Vineyard Vacationing on the Cape and Islands of Massachusetts in the summer can be expensive, but few people realize that the off-season, especially the spring and fall, can be lovely and inexpensive. We've visited the islands in May and Cape Cod in the fall, and found them to [...]
Guest post and photographs by Jamie Rhein The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts is more than a Rockwell showcase. The museum is a shout out to the art of illustration--most specifically, the last 50 years. Although Rockwell is the main man, others take a bow in exhibits specifically dedicated to their work. Some pieces [...]
Guest post and photos by Jamie Rhein Maple Corner Farm is a New England treat of maple syrup, a laid-back lodge and an outdoor adventure. I hoped for a perfect Massachusetts afternoon in the country and found it. And, like any business that lasts, there have been changes. Gone is the dairy and beef business [...]
Southern Ireland awaits If you've been following my social media feeds, you know that I recently returned from a two week tour of Ireland. This was my first trip to Ireland and I must say, I've fallen in love with the Emerald Isle. The folks at Serendipity Traveler have put together a [...]