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1 Day in Historic Boston

So you only have one day in Boston? Not sure how you could possibly fit it all in? Never fear! I have your ultimate one day guide to historic Boston whether you’re in town on business, squeezing in some sight-seeing on a college visit, or just need a change of scenery for a day! Times… Continue reading 1 Day in Historic Boston

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Solo Travel: Boston

Thinking of taking the solo travel leap? Boston is a great solo travel city! Here is your ultimate guide to making the most of your solo trip. Why Boston? For the History! And also, it’s very easy to get around because the T is easy to use, and it’s a very walkable city. Whether you… Continue reading Solo Travel: Boston

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10 Things to Do in Boston

Why did I choose to visit Boston? For the history! And for so much more. Whether you’re a history lover, visiting impressive colleges, or just want to try a real Boston cream pie, Boston has a lot to offer anyone! Here are my top 10 recommendations for your trip to Boston! 1. Baseball game Take… Continue reading 10 Things to Do in Boston

Massachusetts · Uncategorized · World Foods

What to Eat in Boston

Will travel for food! Boston has some pretty iconic eats, so on my recent getaway to “Beantown,” I had to try and eat them all! Well, except the baked beans. I have to save something for next time! Post-6.9 Mile Run Refreshment I scheduled a fantastic running tour through historic Boston for my first morning… Continue reading What to Eat in Boston

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What to Know Before You Visit Boston

Heading to Beantown soon? Why is it called “Beantown”, anyway? Before you go and “pahk the cah in Hahvahd yahd,” take a quick look at these things to know before you go to Boston! 1. It’s Very Walkable Colonial-era cities are awesome for walkers. Before cars, everyone pretty much had to walk or take a… Continue reading What to Know Before You Visit Boston

Fitness and Wellness · Massachusetts · Uncategorized

Running Boston

It’s the Year of Active Travel! And running is one of my most favorite travel activities. On my recent trip to Boston, I went on my first ever running tour, and it was a fabulous way to see the sights. I chose a private tour, but you can do a group tour as well. I… Continue reading Running Boston

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Solo Female Travel: Nantucket

This Throwback Thursday is a very special one–it’s all about going solo in Nantucket! Since my sweet husband Steve has been traveling a bit more for work lately, I’ve taken the opportunity to go on a few trips of my own, all on my own. I used to travel solo all the time, and I… Continue reading Solo Female Travel: Nantucket

Massachusetts · Packing for Women · Uncategorized

What I Wore in Nantucket

It’s a very special What I Wore Wednesday! If you’ve been following along on Instagram and Facebook @quickwhittravel, you know I recently enjoyed a few days on beautiful Nantucket Island. I’ll be honest, I was a little insecure about what to pack. I’ve never been sailing, and I don’t think “athleisure” or all black is… Continue reading What I Wore in Nantucket

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10 Reasons to Visit Nantucket

This Faraway Friday is coming at you from Nantucket, whose name itself means “the faraway place”! I’d read other blogs and books about Nantucket before I took my trip, and they conveyed the same sentiment: Nantucket is a magical, enchanting land, far from the cares of the world you live in day to day. I… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Visit Nantucket

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Nantucket in 48 Hours

It’s Throwback Thursday, so I’m throwing it way back to… last week in Nantucket! I only had 48 hours to spend, so I had to spend them wisely. Here’s what I came up with! Monday, July 10 Morning 10:06am: Land at Nantucket Airport (ACK)  I flew in on United from Dulles (IAD) via Newark (EWR), but… Continue reading Nantucket in 48 Hours