Boston is a great city and you could spend a lot of time there, but Massachusetts has so many great cities that it is hard to stay in just one location. If you are looking to get out of Boston and explore the surrounding area I would recommend these three easy day trips! Continue reading
Salem, Massachusetts is widely recognized by North Americans because of the role it played in the infamous witch trials of 1692. I, like many, had always wanted to visit and explore the town because of that reason – but there is more to Salem then you think! The small New England town was also a very important Seaport back in the day and features a lot of maritime history. Continue reading
Have I mentioned before that I like food tours? I know I have, I seem to always be talking about my experiences on them to friends and family and I recommend them to anyone heading on vacation. I can’t help it, food tours continually prove to be the highlight of every trip I take. When planning my trip to Boston, Massachusetts I knew exactly what my top choice would be on the itinerary, and since I was travelling with my family this time around I was so excited to introduce them to the concept of neighbourhood food tours!
England loves Shakespeare, and why not? He was a genius playwright who made drama accessible to the common folks, although his work seems elitist nowadays. There are tons of attractions across England dedicated to the Bard, there is even a walking tour in London focusing on his life and times in the area. Being a fan of the playwright I knew I wanted to explore some of the important Shakespearean icons in England – Stratford Upon Avon and the Globe Theatre.