Anthony’s Nose and More Easy Day Hikes from Brooklyn

Traveling upwards to go on a hike for the day is super easy on Saturdays and Sundays from the Metronorth. We visited Anthony’s Nose over the weekend and wanted to share our experience as well as this guide we found for more train accessible hikes. You may have been on the Hudson line of the […]

A Sunny Weekend Ahead!

It’s the second week of April and we have been checking our 5 day forecast everyday waiting for a spring-like day and we finally see something happening on the horizon! The weekend is looking like it will get into the mid 60s. We know that these predictions can change but after walking around in 40 […]

Brooklyn Daytripper: Staten Island Children’s Museum

Last week we wrote a blog about visiting the Staten Island Museum. In these record low temperatures we were looking to combat cabin fever and also for a refuge from the brisk outdoors and holiday crowds. Well, it’s still freezing out and we are all still looking for places to visit. Here is one for […]

Brooklyn Daytripper: Staten Island Museum

With these frigid temperatures we’ve all been getting cabin fever indoors.  Museums in Manhattan have been super crowded with tourists so we decided to take a day-trip out to our neighboring borough to the southwest for a quiet museum experience. The Staten Island Museum is a lovely mixture of art, history and science exhibits in […]

A Day Trip to Queens.

We’ve blogged in the past about day trips out of Brooklyn to places like the Hudson Valley or some beachy areas in the summer months but what about about Kings County’s sister Borough.  Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Queens! 1. Visit Forest Hills- Pure Wow featured a blog titled […]