The next few pictures will be featuring Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania. This is the third time I have made it out there for their Christmas extravaganza, and it is well worth it.
I’ll take a grimy, divey, old man bar any day over a “scene”. Having been a fan of Kennett Square’s Half Moon Saloon, both for food and drinks, I was saddened to see that it closed last year to make room for a place that was obviously going to be a haven for hipsters and…
Let’s kick off December with one of my favorite pictures that I’ve ever taken. This was inside a Christmas tree at Longwood Gardens.
The town of Tarrytown, New York was charming and a real delight to walk through.
This beautiful old house was located right down the street from yesterday’s feature within Washington Crossing State Park.
The Bowman’s Hill Tower just outside of New Hope, Pennsylvania. It was quite the climb (125 feet) but provided spectacular views of Bucks County. The only downside was the $7 admission. Pretty high considering you’re only spending about 15 minutes there.
Having a love of dive bars and recently falling in love with John and Peter’s in New Hope, Justin and I set out on our trip to Sleepy Hollow to locate some good bars. The Tapp was recommended as a place for good beers while the Set Back Inn was noted to be the dive…
The Old Dutch Church in Sleepy Hollow, NY from a trip a few days ago. This was one of the more prominent locations in Washington Irving’s famous story.
It is with joy that I can type this review of New Hope’s newest restaurant and not have to note it was overpriced and aimed toward trendy hipsters. Instead, we finally have a place where you can grab an affordable breakfast or lunch in a town where trying to get a meal for two people…
What’s better than a good burger? Enjoying it at the haunted Logan Inn in the very haunted town of New Hope, PA.
Across from the Red Mill in Clinton is the Hunterdon County Art Museum. While we both found it underwhelming, this piece from an exhibit on pantyhose art was rather interesting.
Inside the one room schoolhouse at Clinton’s Red Mill Museum Village.