You’re sitting in your office cubicle when all of a sudden the tight quarters seem tighter. It’s like they’re closing in on you. Your heart rate picks up. Beads of sweat start to form on your brow. What’s happening to you? Why is everything starting to feel so claustrophobic?
The good news about traveling in America right now is that gluten intolerance is the new sexy food trend. This means most grocery stores and many popular restaurants are upping their gluten-free game, so there are more options available than there were even five years ago.
So you’re about to embark on your new adventure, you look to your backpack and you’re not sure if you’ve packed everything you need. Worry not! I’m here to help you!
You’ve had it with London, Dublin, Edenborough, and other major metropolitan cities of left side driving countries. You want to venture beyond where trains and buses can take you and pave your own path, on your own schedule, into the countryside.
With its bombastic people, rich history, and great culture, it’s no surprise that Boston is a city with a lot of personality. My introduction to the place was during a blizzard in ‘13, which was, coincidentally, my spring break senior year of college.