Somerset House

Sometimes the best things in life are free, and an afternoon spent in the sun is most definitely one of those things. When I was recently in London, I took to the courtyard at Somerset

Elfreth’s Alley

I was recently in Philadelphia for work, and got into town a little early so I could have some time to explore the city. I’ve never been to Philadelphia before, but was pleasantly surprised with

Revel Resort

I recently went to Cancun, and the trip away was exactly what I needed. A bit of glitz, and just the feeling of being away. A little bit ago I was feeling the same way,

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill. Ahhhh, old money. And college students. Situated in downtown Boston, the neighborhood is an intersection of families, students, tourists, and medical staffers from the Mass General hospital. Packed with charm, Beacon Hill is

The North End

Somewhat removed from the rest of the city, the North End is the Italian heartbeat of the city. Hanover Street, the main drag, is packed with Italian eateries, most of which are delicious if a

SoWa Open Market

I’m all about a good story, and I think the reason I love flea markets so much is there are so many unique objects that you just know have a great backstory. There’s history and

Harvard Yard

Boston is known for its universities, of which there are more than 60. I graduated from Emerson College, downtown on the Common, at the corner of Boylston and Tremont. I loved the school for its

South End Secret Garden

Every now and again you just need to slip away, which is why I love the Berkeley Community Garden in Boston’s South End neighborhood. When the flowers and plants are in full bloom, it’s like

l’Heure Bleue

The blue hour is when the last bit of daylight fades and the sky turns an unreal shade of blue, just before giving way to night and the namesake lights that illuminate the city. This

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