NYC got its first snow yesterday. This can only mean one thing, that New York just got a lot more “scrumdiddlyumptious.” Take advantage of the holiday season by bundling up and staying warm in one of the many festive pop-up bars around New York. So come with me and you’ll be in a world of […]
Maine is famed for more than lobster rolls and an epic moose population; it’s also the largest producer of wild blueberries in the world, hence my “wild” for blueberries pun! The New England fishing village offers some of the worlds best culinary delights, an abundance of nature experiences, blueberry traditions, and a down to earth […]
Just minutes from bustling Bar Harbor lies Mount Desert’s crown jewel: Acadia National Park. My mother and I decided to evade the hustle and bustle of the city and reconnect with nature’s many pleasures and coveted secrets—its towering sea cliffs, pink granite mountains, and pristine glacial waters. Photography property of SVADORE After a 9-hour drive […]
The days prior were filled with activities and although I am tired from going to bed late and waking up early, it’s hard to sleep when the fresh New Hampshire air beckons. After homemade eggs sunny side up, English muffins and a cup of coffee, we went out on the boat for some water skiing […]
Boat hopping from dock to dock, looking for loons, stopping in towns for fresh ice cream, and taking quick hikes on some of the 250-plus islands are just some of the reasons why Lake Winnipesaukee is considered alive, peaceful and full in spirit as it’s name would suggest. Pat and his family had been raving […]
For the Fourth of July weekend, Pat and I headed out to Long Island for a stay-cation. Although the crowds flock to Montauk during the time, I prefer to steer away from the massive crowds inundating the beaches out East and stay further inland. Just because you’re not at Montauk doesn’t mean their aren’t thousands […]
Fall is in the air throughout all of Manhattan–a walk down Orchid Street in the East Village, a walk across Manhattan Bridge, a stroll through Brooklyn Heights and Montague Street, and a trip to Cobble Hill and Carroll Gardens. Pumpkins, salted caramel, brisk air and warm drinks are just a few things that come to mind as fall approaches! Boots, leather jacket, fur vest and leather gloves are must-haves for cool outdoor walks.
The best time to walk around New York City in the Fall is 7PM–my walk back home from work. When the sun sets and reflects off of all the skyscrapers in midtown, the sky turns to a subdued hue of purple and pink and all of Midtown’s stores light up the streets.