Over the summer, we took a road trip to Maine where ! we tried 15 lobster rolls during our 10 day trip
Besides eating lots of lobster rolls, we also visited quite a few lighthouses, ate lots of whoopie pies and visited Acadia National Park.
Museums weren’t high on our list of places to visit but there was one that stood out. With some spare time while in Portland, we decided to stop by the
International Cryptozoology Museum! Continue reading A Visit To The International Cryptozoology Museum- Portland, ME
Since the tragedy of September 11 took place over 18 years back, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has donated various items from the WTC to be displayed in public spaces around the country.
the top section of the antenna from the North Tower of the World Trade Center which had been on display at a Washington D.C. museum is being put in storage“, according to Gothamist. Continue reading DC Museum Closing, Won’t Give Part Of World Trade Center To 9/11 Museum
Dunluce Castle- (Castle Greyjoy in GoT)
Game of Thrones ended a couple of days back and it’s been one of the hottest topics.
I’ve been asked many times if I watch the show.
While I can’t say that I’ve ever seen an episode, I have visited various sites (in
and Malta ) which happened to have been featured in the show. Northern Ireland
If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, you might want to take a trip to Split, Croatia.
Continue reading Game of Thrones Fans Will Want To Travel For This…
During our travels, we like to visit a museum or two during the course of our trips. We try to find a museum that’s geared towards kids, but many we visit aren’t.
Art museums aren’t always the most fun for kids and it can definitely be annoying to hear questions like when are we leaving or are we almost finished constantly!
The Michael W Travels family recently got back from a trip to France and Monaco. During our trip, we were surprised by how much Lucas enjoyed the Musee d’ Orsay in Paris. While in Nice, we visited the Chagall Museum.
Continue reading This Will Have Your Kid Not Wanting To Leave The Museum
When it comes to sports, baseball is my favorite.
I’ve seen games in many stadiums in the US and I have also been to games in Canada, Cuba, Japan and South Korea.
A visit to the Baseball Hall of Fame is a must for any fan. I’ve been there three times and would like to go again. I also visited the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory, another amazing museum all about baseball where you can also learn how bats are made.
Continue reading A Visit to the Yogi Berra Museum, A Must for Baseball Fans!
Museum of Islamic Art- Doha, Qatar
When visiting a museum, I can’t say that I usually pay much attention to their staircases.
I recently came across an article from Architectural Digest about
8 of the Most Beautiful Museum Staircases in the World. When I saw the title of the article Continue reading The Most Beautiful Museum Staircases in the World?
Scrambled, over-easy, hard boiled. Omelettes, on a sandwich or as a salad. Most of us love eggs.
In my opinion, the best thing about eggs is the many ways they can be prepared and eaten.
Continue reading There’s A Museum Coming To NYC Dedicated To Eggs!
Last year I wrote about how a
was opening in New York City. For a limited time there was also a Museum of Chocolate which moved on to other cities. Museum of Ice Cream in NYC
Over the years, I’ve visited various food museums around the world like:
Continue reading NYC & LA Getting A Museum Of Candy
image: Museum of Failure Instagram
Over the years I’ve written about a variety of odd and interesting museums. While I’m not a big fan of traditional museums, if they seem to be a bit bizarre, I’m probably interested in checking it out.
Here are some interesting museums that I’ve visited:
Continue reading There’s A Museum of Failure in Sweden
OTG’s United Experience
I’m always on the lookout for fun things to do close to home. Even when we’re not traveling, it isn’t hard to find ways to keep busy exploring around New York City.
While I’m not a big fan of big, boring museums, I do love museums that focus on odd things as well as food.
I was pretty excited to come across news that Mr. Chocolate himself, Jacques Torres would soon be opening a chocolate museum in the city!
Continue reading Jacques Torres Opening Chocolate Museum in NYC