Archive for June, 2008

boston bloggers meet for happy hour

Monday, June 16th, 2008

Thanks to Julie of JQ Lounge and Susie of Everybody Loves a Boston Girl, we had a Boston blogger meetup at The Pour House on Boylston St. on Saturday – and now my google reader is even more overloaded. Chelsea from We Are Not Martha (another Susie blog), Sara from ComfortSource, Amanda from In Development […]

a date in suburbia

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Mike and I went on a date last week. It began with a 7 something movie – forgetting Sarah Marshall which was so funny- and ended with one of the most juxtaposed experiences I have had in a while. Enter Natick Collection – and p.s. I don’t call it that – the “collection” of words that […]

planning ahead?

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008

1-800-FlyEurope will extend its Fall Airfare Sale until June 30. Flights to major European destinations are starting at just $487 roundtrip (including the fuel surcharge). Fares are valid for departures between September 6-October 31. Book by June 30th by calling 1-800-359-3876 or visit FlyEurope directly. And they have some pretty decent summer deals as well.

if you can fly during the week

Tuesday, June 10th, 2008

and want a cheap flight, Southwest has put on a “School’s Out Summer Sale.” Book by June 12 for travel starting in June 24 through October 30, 2008, 14 days in advance and travel on a Tuesday or Wednesday to get the lowest Web-only fare.

boston is green

Sunday, June 8th, 2008

Guess what – I just read on Intelligent Travel that Boston is the the third greenest city in the country according to Popular Science. And we’ve got a business collective – a handful of sustainable restaurants, shops, and transportation options working to introduce visitors to the greener side of the city through a “green guide” […]

the grand tour

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

When I graduated from college I had no idea what I was going to do. After settling into my 2nd (not including my time as “undecided”) and final major – English – I had finally found what I liked to study, but when asked what I had planned to do with that major my answer […]

it costs about $45 to fill the tank of my toyota corolla

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008

As I have unfortunately, and until now subconsciously, begun to sacrifice lunch/coffee breaks and meeting up with friends to eliminate my time on the road, let alone get away for the weekend, the airlines are making pretty dramatic changes. Today the Globe  reported that Delta Air Lines Inc. will stop offering its daily flight between Boston and Los Angeles on […]