Although the Northeast can be a bit chilly in the winter months, Boston is a must-see stop on any tour of the eastern seaboard, or just as a quick city break if you live in the region. The city is famous for its sports, beers, universities, and of course, it’s role in American history, so there’s definitely something for everyone to love and, best of all, it’s totally possible to do Boston on a budget.
For the last 3-4 months, I’ve been bouncing around Chicago’s hostel scene as I’ve been trying to figure out what I’m doing with my life. As I’m sure I’ve stated before, I LOVE hosteling, and I’m excited to share my honest review of my favorite Chicago hostel properties with you to help you get the … Continue reading Chicago’s Top Hostels: Your Ultimate Insider Guide
Located in the heart of the Midwest, Chicago is a beautiful, vibrant city with something to offer year-round. Between relaxing on the beaches of Lake Michigan in the summer, sampling the city’s renowned food offerings, or hanging out with friends at one of the city’s many famous bars or music venues, you’ll never be short on things to do in the Windy City.
The most popular (and arguably the best) time of year to visit Washington DC is in the springtime, during cherry blossom season, when the city comes alive with the iconic pink flowers. The cherry blossoms line the Tidal Basin, the National Mall, as well as many of DC’s streets, and spring in the District is … Continue reading What You Need to Know about Visiting Washington DC’s Cherry Blossoms
If you’re based on the East Coast of the US or traveling in the area, Washington DC is a weekend destination that you do not want to miss. Between walking through the nation’s monuments, strolling through art museums, paddling down the Potomac from the Georgetown riverfront, or eating your way through the city’s diverse food … Continue reading 48 Hours in Washington DC