We are all about exploring new places on a budget. Whether it’s going on a 4-5 hour drive to New England or exploring some of the towns a little closer to home, we enjoy getting to visit new places, dive into their history and try their cafes and restaurants. If you’re interested in checking out some of the places that we’ve had the opportunity to visit so far, feel free to click any of the links below. Not all of the places we’ve visited on the map have blog posts or categories dedicated to them, which is some of those items are not currently not clickable.
Where We’ve Traveled So Far
Rhode Island is one of our favorite places that we’ve visited so far. It’s scenic, has a lot of delicious eats, and is full of history. Although Rhode Island is small, it packs a punch. Whether you’re enjoying a hot dog in Providence or a tray of seafood in Middletown, there’s plenty to do see, and eat. Click the image or click here to view our posts related to Rhode Island!
Pennsylvania is a state that has a special place in both of our hearts. While it certainly has it’s imperfections and areas that from a native Philadelphian you probably wouldn’t want to stay the night at, there’s truly no other place like it. The diversity in food, culture, experiences, and customs is one of the many things that makes this area so great. I can assure you that there’s never a dull moment in our area. Click the image or click here to read our latest posts about coffee shops, restaurants, and museums in Pennsylvania.
Delaware, like Pennsylvania, is a state dear to our hearts. We have had so many memories in this tiny state and frequent it a lot due to family, friends, and some of our favorite establishments existing in that state. Like Rhode Island, it’s small, but you would be surprised at the history, delicious eats, and activities that lie within its borders. Click here or on the image to find out what makes the “First State” so great!
In New Yoorrrrrrrrrk!
Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. 😉
New York is a lot more than just the being the state that holds the city that never sleeps. While New York City is definitely fun, New York state has interesting museums, great food, and nice camping and hiking sites. In fact, one of the most memorable hikes I went on was in Ithaca, NY, and near the Finger Lakes! Click here or on the image to view some of our travels in the state.
Curious to see what other towns we’ve visited that we do not currently have more than a few posts on? Check out our Travel tag which has a TON of content from different places.