Searching for the Best Donuts in Boston

Over the course of a month, I visited all the popular donut shops in the area to figure out who has the best donuts in Boston. It was a grueling task (which if you watch my Instagram story, I’m sure you heard me complain at least once during the month), and I hit a “donut […]

Below the Terrace: What’s Under the Dufferin Terrasse?

One of the main attractions in Quebec City is the mega-opulent Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. It feels a little weird to say that a hotel is such a popular destination, but this place has more of a castle feel than anything else. The 18-storey, 600-room hotel is by far the tallest, most prominent point on […]

Amsterdam in 36 Hours

The weather had been a pretty consistent light drizzle (and cold) in England, so when I arrived at my hostel next to Amsterdam’s Vondelpark and the girl checking me in said that the next day was going to be really rainy, I was jolted back to the reality that… different places have different weather patterns. […]

Hometown Tourism: Commuting can be exploring, too

I love hometown tourism. Given that days are kept at a very limiting 24-hours, and I’m physically unable to add a third job to the roster to help fund my travel addiction; exploring all the corners of Boston has become not only a hobby, but also a deeply necessary coping mechanism. When I learned about […]

Underground at Ink Block: Boston’s new art park

Though I’m not typically one for mindlessly scrolling through Instagram, sometimes just browsing can introduce you to cool new places/brands/people you might not have discovered otherwise. That’s exactly what happened last week when I was bored on the train home and just sorta… scrolling-scrolling-scrolling. I stopped on a brightly-colored post by someone I follow locally. […]