The Hotel De Glace or Ice Hotel is truly one of the most incredible places I’ve ever been. It was one of the only things I know for sure I wanted to visit when we went to Quebec, but I had never seen any picture of the inside or really read that much about it, …

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My family and I spent the First week of January in Quebec City, we rented a sweet little house about five minutes from Old Quebec City and based all our wanderings from there. I took some many photos that I’m proud of and want to share with you all,  but I think there are a …

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On December 26th My family took the three-hour drive up to Boothbay to visit the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens for their annual Gardens Aglow, the biggest lights display in New England with over 650,000 lights. This was my second year attending and this year was so much nicer. Last year was absolutely fridged, so it was much easier to …

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last weekend We went for a day trip up the Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire, to soak up the beautiful Autumn scenery before all the leaves fall. The Kancamagus is a 34-mile scenic highway drive along route 112 in Northern New Hampshire and is one of the very best places to find Fall foliage in …

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In this installment of Wandering Maine, we will be taking a walk through Castle Tucker. I absolutely love touring this historical houses and learning about their rich history and the history of the people that lived there and I have a lot of it to share with you. If you don’t really care about the …

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There are so many darling little towns dotted along the coast of Maine, each special in their own unique way but  Boothbay is by far my favorite. It has everything you could ask for, a picturesque harbor, quintessentially New England architecture, sweet little shops and boutiques, the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens, and some simply amazing …

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This is a second time I have toured the Hamilton House, but I feel like I learned so much more this time. I’m not that crazy about historical museums, but I do love touring old homes like this one, it always feels a little more personal. The house itself is still very much the way …

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Portland is the largest city in Maine it is bursting with history, with a quintessential Maine harbor and grand architecture Portland had a little bit of everything. Last week my brother and I grabbed our cameras, hopped in his Tacoma with Gaelic Storm and The Greatest Showman soundtrack blaring, and were off to explore this lovely …

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When most people think of Maine, they think of lobster, lighthouses, and blueberries, but there is really nothing more quintessentially Maine then Portland Head Light. Last weekend we head to Cape Elizabeth and spent the afternoon wandering around Fort Williams Park. I brought my camera with me and wanted to share some of my lovely …

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There is something so incredibly sweet about this time of year, the snow is finally gone and the fresh bright sunlight is shining through the baby leaves on the trees, and different flowers are popping up every day. I was inside taking blog photos when the sound of the windchimes floated through my window, convincing me to take my camera out …

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