I spent a long weekend in New York´s capital of Albany and road tripped to some of the nearby attractions. Click here to read about my time Upstate.
My friend Michael and I went to Staten Island for Sri Lankan food and had a far better time than we were expecting. Click here to read about this off-beat NYC region.
For my first ever ski trip in the East, I went with my future brother-in-law to Vermont! I skied Sugarbush and Mad River Glen but also got a flavor for the local culture. Click here to read about my tip to the Mad River Valley.
I visited the second largest metro area in the northeast, Springfield, Massachusetts. The city has a wide range of sights including the basketball hall of fame. Click here to read about my time in Springfield.
I found a cheap flight to the city of Worcester, in central Massachusetts. Click here to read about my half-day in this non-touristy town.
The United States Military Academy at West Point is located just 50 miles north of New York City. Click here to read about my day trip to this legendary academy.
Florida´s 5th largest city is a real gem of culture and good city planning. Oh and they have the best tiki bar ever. Click here to read about my day in St. Petersburg, Florida.
In 90 minutes, I ventured to New Jersey and back, stopping at some iconic eateries. Click here to read about my lunch break in Hoboken.
I visited Scranton, home of The Office. Click here to read about my unexpectedly wonderful day.
I went to see the Penn State Nittany Lions face off in front of 109,000 fans. Click here to read about the experience.