old Town Trolley Tours quiz challenge

Archive for April, 2008

A mesh of old and new — historic, yet contemporary Boston holds a special place in my heart.

Monday, April 28th, 2008

by: Wendy Vogeley

Boston’s Skyline Paul Revere’s House

Going to Boston anytime soon? My first visit to the “cradle of liberty” was nothing less than fascinating and I can’t wait until I can go again. For a city so rich with history and stirring attractions, it’s also amazingly progressive and modern. (more…)

Key West has something for everyone, anytime of the year

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

by: Wendy Vogeley

Southernmost City Key West Beaches Key West Shopping Key West Sunset

Key West…need I say more? If you’ve been to the Southernmost City in the USA then you understand what I am talking about, if you haven’t–what are you waiting for? Want to find your own paradise? Head to the southern end of US Highway 1 and you’ll run right into it. An unimaginable euphoria awaits you–crystal clear aquamarine water, cloudless blue skies, pirate’s treasure, conch fritters, Duval Street, Sloppy Joe’s Bar. And oh, such more. (more…)

Centuries of history, miles and miles of natural beauty and true Southern charm make Savannah my favorite destination

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

by: Wendy Vogeley

Southern Hospitality is not just a myth –just spend a day or two in Savannah and you’ll see what I mean. I visited Georgia’s oldest city for the first time a few weeks ago and was overwhelmed by the warmth and friendliness of everyone I met. The city itself will awe you with its magnificent beauty, the country squares, cobblestone streets, historic sights and attractions. If you’ve never been to Savannah, you don’t know what you’re missing.

Savannah Telfair Museum Savannah Historic Home (more…)