I was recently invited to stay at the newly restored Queensbury Inn, located in historic Glens Falls, New York. Growing up around the corner from this quaint town in Upstate New York, the Queensbury Inn holds a special place in my heart. I went there as a child with my grandparents and family so I was especially thrilled to visit the beautifully restored hotel. Its gorgeous lobby is complete with the most elegant moldings, chandeliers, and period details. They managed to update the guest rooms to feel fresh and chic while still maintaining the historic and quaint ambiance. It’s definitely not any easy feat, yet the Queensbury Inn succeeding in doing just that. The amenities, including a pool, pub, restaurant, and the front desk’s impeccable service, will definitely have my family and I returning many more times.Read more
I have always wanted to travel to Iceland and I counted the days until our plane took off for Reykjavik in April. It was everything I thought it would be and more.
We arrived on a very snowy early morning, so snowy in fact that our plane was rerouted to the opposite end of the island. According to the map it seemed as if we flew up over the arctic circle before touching down safely. While some on the plane seemed annoyed by the delay, I thought it made the adventure even more exciting! I had now been on both ends of Iceland, how exciting is that! The plane was refueled and we landed safely in Reykjavik. The snow had slowed to a flurry and our smiling driver Jon met us in a snow friendly Mercedes truck and whisked us off to town.