Places

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Davis Square in Somerville, MA is an often-overlooked area compared to the nearby Harvard Square, but Davis is certainly a treat. Filled with a great variety of shops and restaurants, you will always find a great experience there. Here is the tripadvisor guide to Davis Square: tripadvisor.com

The Eisenhower Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home in Abilene, Kansas is a place where every American can feel proud to be an American from seeing his very humble boyhood home to his courageous and wise service in World War II. One is struck by greatness through humility. www.eisenhower.archives.gov

Le Coupe-Chou is an amazing, must-visit restaurant in Paris. Much of the restaurant has retained its original medieval architecture, creating a stunning dining experience. It is on the pricey side, but their lunch menu offers much of the same as their dinner menu with lower prices. Here's the restaurant's website (It's all in French, but you can check out the pictures) and the tripadvisor page for Le Coupe-Chou: www.lecoupechou.com tripadvisor.com

Sedona, Arizona is a town filled with breathtaking red rock scenery. It is a truly a place to get away and find yourself in. Here is the tripadvisor page for things to do around there: tripadvisor.com

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, MA is an amazingly curated art museum. It not only features brilliant works of art, but the museum and its gardens themselves are works of pure art. Find the time one day to come and have your mind blown. gardnermuseum.com

The Moaning Caverns of Calaveras, CA are a beautiful set of cave chambers, including California's deepest cave chamber. You can tour these chambers, including those that make the sounds that give the Moaning Caverns its name. gocalaveras.com

Primark is an Irish-born clothing store that sells great cheap and hip clothes. Every time you go, you come out finding something fun to wear that’s easy on the wallet. You can find the store site here.

Gallery 37 in Delaware is owned and operated by my (now retired) high school art teacher Marcia Reed. Besides being a teacher (she still teaches small clinics) she is a formidable painter who has shown her work all over the world. If you are in or around Milford, DE--which by the way is a destination in itself--definitely stop by her gallery. She is very cool, kind, and I definitely owe the world to her as she focused my wild, teenage angst into making art. --Jennifer Barnick, Founder You can find the facebook page here.