Posts By: Scott Josephson
Bucket List Goals: Road Trip Utah’s Mighty Five National Parks in 6 Days hero image
Posted on January 25, 2017 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Utah’s National Parks, known as the Mighty Five, are a must-see for their majestic landscapes. This is the real Westworld (minus the violence and robots). From the awe-inspiring Arches to the towering cliffs of Zion, you will encounter some of the most enchanting scenery in America. Here’s an itinerary to immerse yourself in a true wilderness of red rock reaching for enveloping blue skies.
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Hotel Review: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Portland, Maine hero image
Posted on October 05, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
On a recent trip to Portland, Maine, travel writer Scott Josephson stayed at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel. Here’s his take on the experience.
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Our Top 5 Picks for Where to Stay in Pittsburgh This August hero image
Posted on July 25, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Once a haven for industrial and artistic giants, Pittsburgh is in the midst of a resurgence. Home to storied sports teams and one of the world’s most beloved condiments, this underrated Pennsylvania city is bursting with creative genius as it continues its metamorphosis from the Age of Steel to Silicon. Here are five hotels for any budget to provide the perfect abode as you explore this trendy town this August.
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10 for Under $10: Amazing Boston Activities That Won’t Break the Bank hero image
Posted on June 03, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Boston is a city drenched with history and bursting with the everlasting youth of universities. With tasty cuisine and endless opportunities to celebrate freedom, here are 10 ways to experience the best of the Hub without breaking the bank. There’s more than one way to drop a Hamilton and it doesn’t involve Broadway.
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The Perfect Weekend: 48 Hours in Stockholm hero image
Posted on May 09, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
There are few Old World cities that have gone unspoiled by the ravages of time. Stockholm, Sweden remains a pristine trumpet of humanity’s triumphs, a chain of islands interconnected by the ingenuity of clever infrastructure. Culture abounds in the Venice of the North through the artifacts of its Great Power period to the age of Disco. Spend just two nights and you’ll encounter a healthy, joyous population who value the antiquity and modernity of this precious Scandinavian urban center.
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Have You Been to These 5 Hidden Restaurants in New York City Yet? hero image
Posted on April 21, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Don’t tell anyone I told you this, but the sexiest meals in Manhattan aren’t at the most expensive and coveted eateries. They don’t feature red carpets, valet parking, or tuxedoed doormen. Real thrill and intrigue can’t be bought; it must be discovered. These restaurants require secret passageways and back alleys most don’t even know exist for access to exclusive menus you won’t find elsewhere.
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5 Lesser-Known NYC Museums Worth Visiting hero image
Posted on April 18, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
Skip the long lines and avoid the acronyms. New York boasts fascinating institutions that come to life without the Manhattan price tag, educating and enlightening guests in bountiful expressions of human emotion. Check out these museums with thought-provoking subjects ranging from regional art to the paranormal.
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5 Must-See New England Destinations hero image
Posted on March 10, 2016 by Scott Josephson in Travel
New England is so much more than sailing, seafood, and a fervent love of the Red Sox. The states that define this spectacular region offer visitors a unique charm, spreading from the streets of its famed cities to the quaintness of its shoreline towns. Consider the overlooked, less trodden roads and put the new back in New England with these five must-visit locations.
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