As a lifelong Chicagoan, I'd always felt this kind of connection to the city of Boston. The two cities share some similarities: both are known as hard-working; have diverse ethnic populations; and, among other things, are home to baseball teams with losing records of historic … [Read more...] about In love with Boston’s North End
My sole purpose for starting this blog a little over two years ago was to prove that my traveling days did not need to come to an end because I was having a child. I think my husband and I have done well in staying true to that objective. I'm still traveling, most times with my … [Read more...] about Giving my daughter the gift of travel
Miss me? I've returned from my little hiatus to put together a small collection of some of my favorite views from around the world, in honor of this week's #FriFotos. … [Read more...] about #FriFotos: Views
An online search of that exact phrase directs readers to my blog almost daily. I visited Provincetown, at the very tip of Cape Cod, for one week last year with my family, including my daughter, Lucia, who was 18 months old at the time. I subsequently wrote a blog entry focusing … [Read more...] about Is Provincetown family friendly?
Originally posted at Folinazzo.com - November 18, 2010 Spending any time in Boston was not part of our original Cape Cod vacation plan, but neither were Lucia and Felicia. Life and travel share many of the same principles, two being the ability to be flexible and the ability to … [Read more...] about Family day (and a half) in Boston