Buffalo’s infamous cold and snow conditions can be a struggle, however they make the ideal backdrop for a lovely winter getaway.
Step Out Road Trip Series
You can find some really amazing towns around New York to plan a mini getaway, a drivable distance from Western New York. In a recent trip, I explored the whimsical glass art town of Corning, New York.
The real life quaint town of Sharon Springs, New York is as close as it gets to resembling the fictional town of Schitt’s Creek.
Cooperstown is very baseball centric with the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum along with plenty of stops with baseball memorabilia, but there’s also shops, amazing restaurants, bakeries, and a booming beer scene.
In Lake Placid where the slogan is “invent your own perfect day,” it’s easy to do so at any time of the year.
We’re on a mission to find fun experiences worth traveling for in the winter and we started off on a good foot by heading to New Hampshire.
When I first heard about these luxury treehouses, the Mohicans, out near Glenmont, Ohio I just thought it would be similar to a typical camping experience.
New York City is one of those destinations where you can visit countless times and have a different experience each trip. You start off with that super touristy first visit where you see the Statue of Liberty, and the Empire State building and then once you check off...
Just about 3 1/2 hours away from Buffalo is Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, an area with wonderful restaurants, activities, and eclectic hotels with their own character and history.
With street art covering so many buildings and many unique places to eat, we have the perfect itinerary for first timers in Cleveland.
Just about 2.5 hours from Buffalo, Ithaca is the (not-so-hidden) gem of the Finger Lakes Region.
Over the river & through Grand Island to Niagara Falls we go!
Just under an hour outside of the city is the perfect location for a cozy overnight getaway.
Toronto is the kind of city you can go to a million times, and have a different trip each visit.
Where can you find a Harry Potter-themed bar, world-renowned multi-cultural market and vibrant nightlife, all in one city, close to Buffalo?
Whether you’re in the neighborhood or go out of your way to get there, here’s what you should be doing when you find yourself in Rochester.
Between the beautiful scenery, rolling hills, and eclectic shops, a mini trip to Ellicottville is the perfect way to finish off your summer.
We know there's a lot going on in Buffalo during the summer, but if you want to get out of the city or the burb's for a Saturday and are looking for a pretty close day trip, Lewiston is your place. Located just about a half hour north of Buffalo's City Hall, the...