On a cold rainy Sunday last month, my family and I decided to do a day trip to Columbia, Pennsylvania to check out the Turkey Hill Experience. To my surprise, the visit turned out to be better than I imagined it would be. I originally, thought that it would be in like an old factory
On my 2017 Bucket List, one of my goals was to visit at least five museums that I’ve never been to, so far this is my third. (Yes, I’m not far from meeting my goal.) I’ve been wanting to go to this museum for awhile because it was one that I haven’t been to and
Last weekend, I visited the Hirshhorn Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Washington, D.C. This was not my first visit to this museum and it definitely will not be my last. They often change their exhibits so it’s always fun to go back and see what is new. I enjoy seeing all the art.
The Biodome in Montreal, Canada is an awesome place where you get to see different biomes in a big dome. Some of the biomes include under the sea, tundra, rainforest, and a few other ones. The biome I liked the most was the rainforest. The reason why I liked that one the most is because
Okay, this is the neatest candy store EV-ER! My mom has been to a Freak LunchBox in Nova Scotia 2 years ago and bought me some awesome candy. (Candy I’ve never seen before!) So, once I found out that I there was one in Montreal, I put it on my list of places we Must
La Diperie is Heaven on Earth. I did a bit of research prior to going to Montreal. Many Canadian Bloggers Ranted and Raved about this place. I have to admit they are right! THE ICE CREAM IS TO DIE FOR. We went on a Friday afternoon and the line wasn’t too bad. We drove by
Mont Royal is an area in Montreal where you are able to view the city from above. It’s absolutely beautiful! Fun Fact: Mont Royal was created by Frederick Law Olmsted the same guy who created Central Park in NYC. On my way, to see the magnificent view… Waiting for my parents to catch up with me.
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Calvert Cliffs State Park is located in Calvert County, Maryland. (Lusby to be exact). There are 3 trails that you can take – yellow, blue, and red. My family and I, took the red trail because we were told it was the easiest (not as steep as the others) and the shortest.