Where to Find Street Art in Buffalo and Niagara Falls

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Who else loves discovering street art while they travel? I love finding the best street art when I travel to cities around the world. Street art often takes boring, plain, or ugly spaces and transforms them into beautiful art that’s available for everyone to enjoy. From Toronto to Miami and Galway to Nashville, I have found colourful and meaningful murals. Buffalo … Read More

InnBuffalo: A Historic Boutique Hotel in Buffalo NY

Prepare to be charmed by InnBuffalo, a spectacular boutique hotel in Buffalo. Buffalo is home to some interesting and unique accommodations that truly are one of a kind. We recently had the opportunity to experience an overnight stay at InnBuffalo, an elegant boutique hotel in Buffalo with an intriguing story. We’re delighted to feature our overnight stay at InnBuffalo, which … Read More

Vegan Restaurants Buffalo NY – Buffalo Vegan Guide [UPDATED]

Vegan restaurants in Buffalo, New York – a vegan travel guide to the city. UPDATED: September 2018 Buffalo, New York is a very vegan-friendly city. While there aren’t too many entirely plant-based establishments, there’s no shortage of vegetarian and vegan meals at local restaurants. This is a Buffalo vegan dining guide so the herbivores in the crowd won’t go hungry … Read More

1 Day in Watkins Glen NY Itinerary for Nature Lovers

Watkins Glen is the perfect place for hiking and outdoor adventures. I was about six or seven years old when I first visited Watkins Glen. I don’t have too many memories of this family vacation, except for the gorge. While I’m sure we did a little bit of hiking at Watkins Glen State Park, I only remember going there after … Read More

The Secret is Out: You Need to Travel to Buffalo

Discover Buffalo…before everyone else does! Growing up in Ontario, I’ve always been just a hop and a jump away from the Canada/USA border. When thinking about Buffalo, a few images used to come to mind. First, I’d imagine mountains and mountains of snow. We received one Western New York TV station when I was growing up. During the winter months, … Read More

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