Think “winter” and “camping” are two words that should never go together? Think again! Winter camping can be not only challenging and rewarding – but also incredibly fun. Below are some tips to help you warm up to the idea…Read more.
Ice skating on is a winter tradition that dates back over a hundred years. Whether you like the convenience of urban ice rinks, or the tradition of frozen lakes and ponds, if you are in the Detroit area, we’re compiled…Read more.
If you’re not sure what to do in Boston, there are great pieces to see and The Emerald Necklace is a great place to start. While the destination sounds more like a green piece of jewelry worn around the neck,…Read more.
Not every day you get to meet someone – or something that’s been alive for over 100 years. Even less so, something that’s lived for almost 4 centuries, surviving generations, wars, and the Hiroshima atomic bomb. If this compact little…Read more.
One of Boston’s most famous landmarks is Boston Common, a central public park in Massachusetts. The Common’s history is quite uncommon as it dates back to 1634 and is the oldest park in the United States. Consisting of 50 acres…Read more.
If you’re looking for the perfect respite from the bustle of the city, The Cloisters is it. The lesser-known branch of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cloisters museum is dedicated to European medieval art. The museum building, built in…Read more.