I was the type of child who couldn’t wait to get out of my hometown. I had dreams of living in the Big Apple! Now, here I am, 10 years later living in the Big Apple and I never realized just how cool my hometown was. I get to go home about every 4 or 5 months and when I get there, it’s almost like an out of body experience. Being able to see how my small town has grown and changed so much has been both emotional and exciting. In case y’all don’t know, I’m talking about Lancaster,...Read More
Author: Tamara Bachelder
Do you ever look at pictures of a vacation spot or a party and you think, “man I would give anything to be there!” Well folks…this is that moment in my life. Something I have had my eye on for years – “Diner en Blanc.” This year was our lucky year! One of my friends is a volunteer and had extra invitations. Now, I should also state that you can ONLY go if you are a member, and you can only be a member if you have gone before, AND you can only go if you are invited by...Read More
The Hudson Valley of New York is located an hour and a half north of New York City. It’s the perfect city escape get away to take advantage of summer’s long weekends. Here are three of our favorite places in the Hudson Valley to visit on your NYC day trip. Craft 47: In the heart of little Goshen, NY, which is pretty much one of the cutest towns in upstate New York, lies the hidden gem of Craft 47. A craft beer and American tapas place with a flair for country chic style. If you want to try great...Read More
We spent this past week in Vieques, Puerto Rico. As much as we loved the experience we couldn’t wait to get back and tell you about our adventures. While we were there we put together this list of our favorite places to eat in Vieques, Puerto Rico. Fish Market – ‘Pescaderia’ If we had signs that said, “Hi, We’re Tourists!” it probably would’ve been just as telling as our faces. We walked in with our confused faces leading the way and were quickly greeted by the woman inside. She explained to us that the only fish they had...Read More
Hey y’all, Tamara here from Come Sit Down With Us. New York City might be the hardest city in the world but when it comes to spring and summer, there is nowhere else I would rather be. On any given weekend, you can be wandering around and find a street fair chalk full of food vendors, drinks, music, and other sweet knickknacks. Now follow me here… Put yourself on the 9th Avenue and 42nd Street. Make sure you bring your walking shoes and I recommend wearing pants that have a Velcro style waist because you WILL need to let...Read More
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