I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Treks, Eats & Brews in Appleseed Country

Central Massachusetts is home to Johnny Appleseed Country where you can enjoy contemporary comforts in an unblemished, natural setting. Home to Leominster where the original Johnny Appleseed is from, John Chapman, there’s much more to the area than just apples. With activities for outdoorsy types, beer enthusiasts and foodies, there’s something for everyone in Appleseed Country! Treks […]

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When you hear Massachusetts, most people think of Boston and the eastern coastline. The state is much more than just the Red Sox, ducklings and chowdah. Head inland to the west where you’ll find the beautiful area of Hampshire County. Leave the hustle and bustle behind and you’ll see why Hampshire County is the heart of Western […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Experience Pittsburgh Like a Boss in 48 Hours

The ‘Burgh absolutely took my breath away from the moment I first stepped foot in the city. Voted one of the top eleven most liveable cities of the world, it was also voted either the most liveable or second-most liveable for five years now. Pittsburgh has lots to offer and it can be a bit […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: 9 Reasons Why I Wish I Visited Erie Pennsylvania Sooner

Growing up in the Niagara area, a trip to the United States was not uncommon. Whether it was for a hockey game or a girls shopping trip, a trip across the border was a great change in scenery. However, these trips were to New York State, not any further. Despite being able to see our southern […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: Southwestern Ontario Beaches

When I hear summer, I immediately think beach time. Nothing beats sand between your toes and catching some rays on a brilliantly sunny day in July or August! Ontario has some amazing beaches, many of which are only a 2-hour drive from the GTA. With so many to choose from, it can be tough to […]

I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog :: What Does Canada Mean to You?

Happy 150th Canada! Born and raised in the land of maple syrup, I’m proud to wear the maple leaf at home and away. I asked some fellow bloggers to share their stories of what Canada means to them, and it makes my heart swell. Today both native and honorary Canadians wear red and white proudly across […]