Living in the Boston suburbs, we have a lot of options for traveling between Boston and NYC. You can fly, take the train, drive, or take a bus. We’ve tried all of them, but hadn’t found the perfect solution until now. Driving is tedious, and taking the train or flying can be really expensive. Fo
We live about 25 minutes from Boston, one of the best cities to visit with kids. While we do visit Boston frequently, for sporting events, museum visits, and of course – the airport, we don’t see it as a tourist might. We generally go in for what we need, and go home when we are done. In fac
Living in the Boston suburbs, we don’t often get the opportunity to stay in Boston hotels. Over the Christmas break, we decided to do a New England family road trip, and spent one night at the Millennium Bostonian Hotel, a boutique hotel located in the most perfect location – right across fr
The theater district in Boston, Massachusetts is an interesting neighborhood. Nestled between Boston’s hip South End, Chinatown, and the world-famous Boston Common, it’s an eclectic area filled with theaters, restaurants, and various hotels. Several years ago, the Radisson Hotel on Stuart Street t
Baseball spring training is right around the corner, despite the cold temperatures outside. If you, like me, are ready for the Red Sox to take the field this spring, this special event is just for you. The Boston Red Sox are hosting a their first ever Baseball Winter Weekend this upcoming weeken
Although I really wanted to travel away this past Memorial Day weekend, after reviewing the weather forecast and thinking about some stuff we needed to get done at home, we decided to stay local and have a family staycation in Boston.
On Saturday, we spent the afternoon on Cape Ann, MA, in the co