By: Liz Froment
Portland, Oregon is tucked on the shores of the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, and just under a three hour drive from Seattle, Washington. What most people might not know about Portland, is that it is a mecca for craft beer fans.
By: Liz Froment
Memphis, Tennessee might be known for Graceland, Elvis’s famous home, but people from all over the U.S. and the world head to Memphis every spring for the Memphis in May festival.
Memphis in May is not just your average festival, it’s actually four fests combined into one mega event that takes over the city for a full month.
Food trucks are quickly becoming all the rage in many cities, and it’s really easy to see why they are so popular. For the diner food trucks offer a great meal at a reasonable price on the go, the food is always fresh and the menu changes seasonally.
Olympic National Park is right outside of Port Angeles, Washington. At just over a two hour drive from Seattle, the park makes a perfect spot for a day trip to catch some incredible views and enjoy a bit of nature away from the city.
When it comes time to plan your winter vacation, a lot of people think about heading south to the beaches of Florida, or hitting the coast of California. But, what better way to experience winter than in a place like Boston?
Not only does Boston sparkle with all the white holiday lights and a little dusting of snow, but there are actually a ton of fun (and inexpensive) things to do in the city during the winter.
When most people think of Portland, Maine images of lobster boats and lighthouses most likely come to mind. Maine is synonymous with the traditional New England Yankee style of beach culture and life. But did you also know that Portland consistently ranks as one of the best foodie cities in America?
And we’re not talking chowder and clam rolls here. There are many high quality restaurants in Portland, so many in fact, that there are actual culinary and ‘foodie’ tours offered around the city.