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A Weekend in Lancaster, PA

At the end of January, I tweeted this: Need a quick, get away from it all weekend in April. Leaving from DC. FL is out b/c of spring break prices. Go! #travel #ttot #lp — Christina Saull (@MiddleSeatView) January 30, 2013 And one of my 3200 followers tweeted back this: @middleseatview Lancaster, PA. Stay at […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Snowy Travel

Last weekend, we traveled to Minneapolis to celebrate my grandmother’s life. She & my grandfather have lived there for a long time, so I’m a bit of an expert on traveling to the Twin Cities. However, this was my first trip in the dead of winter. I was totally unprepared for the crazy weather we […]

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Wordless Wednesday: Reading Terminal Market

Reading Terminal Market is almost as old as the city of Philadelphia itself. Started as an outdoor market, vendors from two different markets moved inside to its current location in 1982. The market offers numerous colorful opportunities for photography, people watching, &, like any good public market, lots of yummy eats. You might also like… […]

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg

I know what you’re thinking: “A D.I.N.K. travel blog writing about an amusement park? Seriously?” But hear me out: Busch Gardens Williamsburg is as adult-centric as theme parks come. Simply put, it is awesome. The top 5 reasons you should consider visiting this beautiful park, sans-children: 1. It’s beautiful. No, really it is. Growing up […]

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Philadelphia: Italian Market

On the south side of the city, along 9th Street, is a Philadelphia treasure: the Italian Market. Suckers for public markets & farmers markets, the Italian Market was high on our list of things to do during our visit to the City of Brotherly Love. An entire street (& parts of side streets) filled with authentic […]

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Maine: Kayaking in Rockland

When the alarm went off at 6am, I immediately questioned our decision to go on an early kayaking trip. Still sore from cycling the day before, this was definitely turning into the most active vacation I had ever been on. After silently pulling on our kayaking clothes & tip toeing out of the still quiet inn, we walked out into […]

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