Category Archives: United States
To visit the St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans on a cold December day. It is the oldest continuously operating cathedral in the United States.
The next stop after the North Bridge was the Old Manse which is close to the bridge and the Concord River. This house was erected by Rev. William Emerson in 1770. William was the grandfather to Ralph Waldo Emerson, a famous … Continue reading
The next stop after Walden Pond was the North Bridge, also known as the Old North Bridge. The bridge spans the Concord River and is famous for its role in the American Revolutionary war. Actually this location was part of the … Continue reading
To enjoy a relaxing day in Cape Ann, Massachusetts.
This past Sunday I hit the road to visit some places I had never been to. I’m a little embarrassed that I have been living in Boston for five years and I am just now getting out to Concord, Massachusetts … Continue reading
To catch a night match at the US Open, New York City
Lately on my walks to work I have changed my route and now I travel by the Back Bay Fens. Since I am usually crunched for time I don’t get a chance to wander around this park all that much, … Continue reading
To see how they live in the French Quarter, New Orleans. Happy Friday!
To decide to get out of town and hit the road for a weekend getaway in Hartford, Connecticut.
To admire the beer can collection at Harpoon, Boston. Happy Friday!