13 Incredibly Fun Things to Do in Buffalo, NY for Couples

Things to Do in Buffalo, NY for Couples

Have you ever driven through Buffalo, NY and never stopped? Trust me, you’re not alone. But a city wide revitalization, dining hot spots, and fun attractions are only three reasons of why you’ll want to get off I-190 and explore. Here are 13 incredibly fun things to do in Buffalo, NY for couples. Disclosure: We were graciously hosted by the folks at Visit Buffalo Niagara to give you the scoop on the city. All opinions and photos are our own! So, Buffalo, NY had always been a “go between” city…

Three Lodging Options in The Finger Lakes that You Need to Book Now

Finger Lakes Hammondsport New York

I know, I know. When you head to The Finger Lakes, New York, you’re headed there for the stunning scenery, fun outdoor activities, and maybe (alright, probably) the adult beverages. You’re also visiting for its amazingly delicious restaurants and quaint small towns. But you’ve gotta sleep, right? And you need a restful sleep so you’re raring to go for every day of your visit. Last week I had the pleasure of visiting the Finger Lakes region and rested my head on comfy pillows, enjoyed a home-cooked breakfast, and spied breathtaking…

Seven Must See Spots in New York City at Christmas #NYCGO

Ahh, New York City.An even bigger ahh, New York City at Christmas and the holidays. The hustle and bustle of Manhattan is taken to the extremes from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day and it seems the merriment of the holidays is bigger, brighter, and grander when visiting all bundled up, hot cocoa in hand, and wondering how you’ll make it from Herald Square to Times Square ┬áin time to catch a holiday show. If you’ve planned a last-minute visit or have been planning all year, here’s my favorite spots to…

Santa’s Workshop: The Forerunner of Theme Parks Across America- Including Disneyland!

      When Santa’s Workshop opened its doors on July 1, 1949, floods of locals visited the Christmas-themed park. Technically, when the fun, family-friendly park opened its doors, the phrase “theme park” hadn’t even been coined. For a whopping 90 cents a person (and a 25 cent parking fee!), kids could ride on an electric spinning bobsled, hop on the Christmas Carousel filled with Santa’s reindeer, and even meet the Jolly Old Elf himself.     What’s more is that the main man Walt Disney sent colleagues to North…