I had first heard about Ithaca New York about ten years ago, when a co-worker of mine at the time spoke very fondly of it. She had gone to school up at Ithaca College, and mentioned that the region was breathtakingly beautiful with no other area specifically like it on the East Coast. HerContinue reading “Buttermilk Falls Ithaca New York”
The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania has been a place that we have wanted to visit for some time now. We love to explore gorgeous nature settings, and when we heard that they had a special holiday garden railway, we knew that we wanted to check it out. Before traveling to this location,Continue reading “The Holiday Garden Railway At The Morris Arboretum”
We have so many parks in Pennsylvania, but I have to say one of our favorites has to be the Valley Forge National Historical Park. In truth, I must say that I have never seen so many gorgeous nature focal points in conjunction with a past that coincides with the forefathers of the United States.Continue reading “The Historical Valley Forge National Park”
Thanksgiving is always such a fun time of the year. I feel like this holiday is just so much more relaxed, and of course it is amazing to celebrate with our families. We usually try our best to split up the holidays, and this year, we ending up taking my mom out the day afterContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-The Farm & Fisherman Tavern”
While visiting Lancaster a few weeks ago, after going to dinner with our friends, we stopped by the Prince Street Cafe to get a little coffee pick me up with treats! (I will link that post as well if you are interested in my review of The Pressroom.) This establishment originally opened in 2006, andContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-Prince Street Cafe”
A couple weeks ago, one of my best friends Marisa and I were talking, and we really wanted to have a get together double date and catch up. (You may remember Marisa from other blog posts, she is an incredible photographer based out of the Lancaster area in Pennsylvania.) After some discussion, we decided toContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-The Pressroom”
A couple weeks ago, we were out in the city (Philly) on our way to a concert at the Fillmore. To give you a little history on the area, the Fillmore was once part of the historic Ajax Metal company. In the early 1900s, this factory, made up of seven sections, smelted refined brass andContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-Source Urban Brewery”
I am going to be honest with you all, one of my absolute favorite foods is a truly amazing sandwich. I feel like if a place does it right, they really do it right, and I would one hundred percent list House as one of those places that just gets it. If you are lookingContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-House”
I think this may be one of my favorite topics to write about in regards to Iceland. As you may have guessed from the title of this post, we are going to talk about Icelandic sheep today (of course I promise you I did not chase down any sheep, but I may have walked besideContinue reading “Chasing Sheep In The Land Of Fire And Ice”
Philadelphia, and especially the area of Fishtown, has become this center for the very hip (some may even say hipsters) and professionals that creates this unique scene filled with art, shops, and amazing culinary feats as well. Fishtown was once a working class Philly neighborhood, with a lot of the original residents working in theContinue reading “Northeast Allie Restaurant Review-Interstate Drafthouse”
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