If you’re visiting New York City, you’re probably salivating at the thought of the food in New York City. As a native New Yorker living abroad, I got very hungry while writing this…but I hope that it provides some inspiration for some classic dishes and desserts that you must try in New York City.
I try to focus less on the cool instagram things, instead the classics that never change too much. That said, I include some crowd favorites. I’ve included also the best places to buy these famous New York foods in New York City.
Philadelphia is a historic city with many things to do… With Philly’s proximity to NY, New Jersey, Maryland, and Delaware, Philadelphia is a great base to see a bit of the East Coast. Keep reading for the best day trips from Philadelphia by a local.
I’m always shocked when I hear of East Coast residents who’ve never visited the Finger Lakes. There’s obviously more buzz surrounding the big apple than Upstate New York, but let’s be real.
There’s so much to do in the Finger Lakes region, and you’re missing out big time if you don’t explore it. Check out these best things to do in the Finger Lakes, and prepare yourself for a full guide to the Finger Lakes region ready at your service. The only question that you’ll have left at the end is, “So, when are we going?”
As someone who is American and has never had a driver’s license, I am uniquely qualified to write about traveling in the United States without a car. A lot of people say it can’t be done–and it will be miserable, however I’ve found that it has minimally impacted my experience traveling in the United States. This post will be about my experience living and traveling in the United States without a car and I hope that inspires you to travel in America in a more sustainable way! (more…)