We’ve all been there: you’re tired of doing the same things over and over again with your significant other – the same restaurants, the same bars. Isn’t it time and you kick it up a notch and try something a little different and exciting? I came up with this list called “8 Fun Date Night Ideas Boston Area” to help you rediscover the fun on your date nights! [Read more…]
Traveling to the historically rich and the newly crowned financial capital of the world, has never been more appealing. With an array of London’s main attractions being accessible for affordable prices – and in some cases free – it is possible to see London on a relatively small budget if you research and take heed of informative lists such as this one. [Read more…]
I got to thinking the other day, there’s a lot of really cool, unusual landmarks in and around Boston. Many of these you wouldn’t know unless you lived here for a while. For me, the best part of visiting these places is that you don’t have to fight with the pesky tourists (although you will have to fight with the locals which may not be any better). These places offer a unique experience that a visit to the Pru or getting a drink at Cheers can’t possibly provide. So, without further ado, here’s my list of unique outdoor places to visit in Boston (or within a short drive from Boston). [Read more…]
During a sunny day this summer, Matt and I went on a road trip up to Rockport, MA. After a relaxing day exploring the town, we were ready to grab dinner. We found this great seafood joint where every seat has a view of the water and of the boats coming and going. [Read more…]
Fall is the best time to take day trips or weekend trips in New England – the weather is perfect, the foliage is gorgeous and many of the best fruit and vegetables come into season. But what should you do? Have no fear, here’s my list of the best fall activities in New England for you to take advantage of this great season. [Read more…]
Beauport, Sleeper-McCann House in Gloucester, MA is an historic house built in 1907. It was home to the famous interior designer, Henry Davis Sleeper and his family until 1942 when it was donated to Historic New England. It has been preserved and restored to look as it did in its heyday. [Read more…]
Getting to Smith Farm Reserve
Smith Farm Reserve in Dartmouth, MA is 140 acres of reservation land that overlooks Nonquitt Salt Marsh. Smith Farm Reserve is located on Smith Neck Road between Gentry Lane and Plains Field Drive. Parking is on the road only, there is no lot; there is a small pull off that could fit about 5 cars but that’s it. It’s very easy to miss, there is a small sign that marks the entrance to the reserve.