Thank you to Visit Gettysburg for partnering with me on this trip! A few days ago, I wrote about my 24 hours in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania which just happened to be a highlight of my trip home to Pennsylvania. Now, I’m spilling all of the details about my accommodation in downtown Gettysburg – the Inn at […]
If you grew up in Pennsylvania, it’s almost a guarantee that you will go on a field trip to Gettysburg by the time you’re in high school. For me, that field trip happened in 5th grade. I’ve been saying for the past few years that I need to return to Gettysburg – I remember more […]
Whenever I head back to Pennsylvania, a day or two in Pittsburgh is an absolute must for me. The last time I was home, my best friend and I had a girl’s day in Pittsburgh that included the Duquesne Incline – an absolute must if it’s your first time visiting Pittsburgh – and lots of […]
Today’s guest post in my Volunteer Abroad series is by Dorota from Born Globals. She’s sharing her experience volunteering on a farm in the United States through WWOOF. Last year I spent 3 weeks volunteering as a WWOOFer in a little village close to Sacramento, California. WWOOF provides travelers with opportunities to volunteer on organic […]
After Bonnaroo I had no real plan of where I wanted or needed to be and no real desire to head straight back to Pennsylvania.. I checked myself into a hotel in Murfreesboro, Tennessee that became my base for the next two days for no reason other than it had the cheapest hotels in a […]
Seneca Falls is where the women’s rights movement began and that history continues to be respected in the town, making it a must-visit for both history buffs and feminists.