Boston is without a doubt a family-friendly city. Its historic and cultural scenery, diversity, beautiful parks, famous universities and top-notch restaurants and shopping, you will be able to enjoy of this wonderful city whatever you and your family feel like doing. … [Read more...] about Family-friendly Boston, Massachusetts
Discovering the Northeast Coast - Bar Harbor We all know the wonderful South East coast of the US, its world famous beaches and showbiz stars, but what about the Northeast coast? Are you aware of the wonders there are for all your senses? No? Well you’re in for a real treat! … [Read more...] about Providing a touch for your palate, sight, knowledge and the kid in you (or your kids), all in the Northeast, US
Martha’s Vineyard a Historic Island This beautiful and historic island is located off the Coast of Massachusetts. The only ways of transportation to get to Martha’s Vineyard is either by ferry or air. You can take a ferry from Rhode Island, New York or Falmouth, Massachusetts. There are several companies that will take you to this island, depending on the season, but there is … [Read more...] about Have the most Epic Seaside Vacation at Martha’s Vineyard!
Visiting Salem's Enchantment Just half an hour away from Boston, this historic city offers a vast array of activities that will enchant you. The easiest way to get to Salem from Boston is by train. There are trains leaving from the North Station every 20 minutes. The trip only lasts 30 minutes and the train leaves you near the city’s main attractions. You can also take the 450 … [Read more...] about The Magic of Salem, Massachusetts
Sal Paradise and the Counterculture of "On The Road" For those who don’t know who Sal Paradise is, he’s the main character in Jack Kerouac’s american classic “On The Road” (1957). A breakthrough novel that presented to mainstream America the comings and goings, in the vast and sizzling back doors of the country’s counterculture, of Sal Paradise. A character who with the help … [Read more...] about On the Road – A trip through Sal Paradise’s journey around the back door counterculture of 50s USA