2 Day Itinerary in Yellowstone National Park

Below is our 2-day itinerary for Yellowstone National Park. We rented a car and toured the park at our own pace. While it’s easy to spend more time in the park, severe weather in early October forced us to head to Grand Teton National Park a little earlier than we were hoping. If you’re visiting […]

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Bushkill Falls, Pocono Mountains

A few weekends ago, I met up with a close friend in the Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania. We went for a weekend of wine tastings and hiking. While neither of us had ever visited, we hiked one of the more popular hiking spots, Bushkill Falls. The park opens at 10am. It’s 16$ for an adult admission on […]

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Hiking Jenny Lake at Grand Teton National Park

While visiting the Grand Teton National Park, we went to Jenny Lake for hiking because of its beautiful hiking trails. We went during October, and on the day of our hike, it was quietly snowing, which made our experience even more pleasant and serene. However, at times, the visibility of the lake became nonexistent due to […]

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PROST! A Guide to Surviving Oktoberfest

It’s that time of the year again for Oktoberfest! This time last year, I was in Munich, Germany with a group of my friends and my partner enjoying their world-famous festival. While there, we visited four tents Hofbrau Festzelt, Weinzelt, Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr. Oktoberfest or Wiesn is the biggest beer festival in the world. The festival first […]

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Biking from Oak Bluffs to Edgartown on Martha’s Vineyard

New England is facing its first heatwave of the summer, temperatures rising beyond to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Despite this, my partner and I took the Hy-Line Speed ferry from Hyannisport to Martha’s Vineyard with the intention of cycling. Once our ship docked in Oak Bluffs, we cycled along Beach Road towards Edgartown. The paved paths […]

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Visiting Sleeping Beauty’s Castle, Neuschwanstein Castle

While staying in Munich, Germany for Oktoberfest, we visited Neuschwanstein Castle. Annually, this castle receives over a million visitors. The castle is accessible by rental car or train with Füssen’s bus (#78). We took the train from Munich station to the town of Füssen, caught the shuttle from Füssen‘s station, and walked to the castle. […]

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