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If you have ever traveled to New England, you may have noticed how close in proximity the states, cities, and towns are to one another. Boston is one of those central locations in the northeast portion of the United States and New England. From its city borders, you can drive north, south, and west to […]

What a weekend to remember in Newport, Rhode Island! This small town located in the southeastern corner of the state is the perfect weekend getaway. While in town, you can visit the Mansions of the Gilded Age, explore the different wharves along the Newport Harbor, walk along the iconic Cliff Walk, eat local and delicious […]

As one of the top parks in the country, countless visitors flock to Glacier National Park in Montana each year! The park is nestled in northwestern Montana and the Canadian border, adjacent to Alberta and British Columbia, and is surrounded by rugged mountains, lush forests, alpine meadows, and stunning lakes. There are over 700 miles […]

As the first National Park in the United States (and widely held as the first National Park in the world), Yellowstone National Park is roughly 3,500 square miles of mountain wilderness, hydrothermal ecosystems, lush forests, and vibrant landscapes in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Over 3 million visitors come to the park each year to view […]

Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park spans 310,000 acres and features the 40-mile-long Teton Mountain Range as well as the northern sections of the Jackson Hole Valley. The park is named for Grand Teton, the tallest mountain in the Teton Mountain Range at 13,775 feet, and the park’s border is only ten miles […]

This week is special for travelers and adventurers because it is National Park Week! Every April, usually falling the week of Earth day, each of the National Parks and the National Park Foundation (the official charity of America’s National Parks) partner together to celebrate the natural treasures of each park. National Park Week is a […]

It’s the most magical time of the year- especially at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida! As a tradition, every year my family and I spend the week of Thanksgiving in Disney World to kick off the Christmas season and enjoy the holidays together. The parks are completely decked out with all of […]

It has become a tradition that every year my dad and I travel to a different National Park in the United States, and this year was to Acadia National Park! We have traveled to many parks over the years, but this is the first time we ventured to one on the Eastern side of the […]

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One of the loveliest places to experience the quintessential fall season is in the heart of New England. To celebrate the fall season and enjoy the crisp weather, we decided to drive a few hours north to the eastern border of Vermont to “leaf peep” all of the gorgeous fall foliage, After some research on […]

Who else is ready for fall!? I know I always am. As someone who was born in the heart of fall, I have always felt a kinship with the changing of the season as the air steadily becomes more crisp, phasing into wintertime and marking the end of the calendar year. To fully enjoy the […]

If you are a fan of the show Gilmore Girls (and love the outdoors), this post is for you. The Litchfield Hills region of Connecticut is located in the Northwest corner of the state and embodies the beautiful and charming characteristics of a New England town. A town within the Litchfield area is Washington Depot, […]

Wander & Wilde is reader-supported. I am committed to building authentic, transparent relationships with you all. This post may contain affiliate links. When you buy through links on the site, an affiliate commission may be earned, at no cost to you.  Over the past few years, I have gone on countless adventures via planes, trains, and […]

Often called “The Eternal City” for its longevity over the centuries, Rome, Italy’s capital city, is filled with thriving culture, exquisite cuisine, ancient and modern history, as well as some of the most notable works of art and architecture this world has ever seen. As you explore the city, you can practically feel the history […]

There is no city in the world quite like Venice. Intertwining canals and over 400 bridges connect the 118 small islands of Venice, allowing a new adventure for each day that you explore the city. As you walk through each small island, you will find glimpses of local living by passing through residential areas, markets, […]

Italy is one of those travel destinations that no matter how many times visited, you will find yourself daydreaming of your next visit and return trip, probably whilst sitting in the airport awaiting your journey home. I found all of my travels through Italy were filled with so many memories that were vastly unique to […]

A day in New York City is always a good idea. There is no place in the world quite like it – filled with inherent energy of excitement, hope, and inspiration that reverberates throughout every street. The day spent in the city, much to my delight, was prominently focused on visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art, among […]

And into the forest I go, to lose my mind and find my soul.  – John Muir   From a very young age, I have always had a fascination with the outdoors. I remember as a child, my cousins and I would go into the woods to pick freshly grown blueberries in the summertime. Little […]

There are far better things ahead than those we leave behind.” – C.S. Lewis   It seemed to have arrived so suddenly. The shifting of the season materialized ever so slowly, and then all at once. There was a faint whisper of change in the air, growing stronger with each day that passed. The autumn […]