Closer to Albany than to NYC, Saugerties is a mostly-rural town in New York’s Ulster County, with a surprisingly big-city palate within the village’s main drag.
Atop a hill along the shore of Lake Champlain sits the historically significant site, Fort Ticonderoga. The stately appearance of the fort, its humble grounds, and made-tourist-friendly structures bely a truly scintillating peek into Colonial US and Revolutionary War history.
When you’re in the Big Apple, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum should be on your shortlist of landmarks to visit.
Located conspicuously off-strip and bright enough to read by, the Neon Museum sits on the very edge of the tourist-trekked portion of Las Vegas.
One of our favorite cold-weather pastimes is to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. We’re about an hour n’ a half away from Midtown Manhattan by car, so day trips to the city are a welcome treat! Every time we visit, we discover and rediscover awe-inspiring art from throughout history. The […]