I'm secretly excited about the onset of the Fall season. It is one of my favorite times of the year – especially in my neck of the woods where it means leaf peeping, apple picking and cider donuts. Oh those cider donuts!
As you read this, I'll be enjoying a lovely weekend in Southern Vermont, complete with a romantic B&B, covered bridges, antiques, nature, homemade local products and even a nostalgic visit to my Grandparent's cottage on the lake where I used to spend summers when I was a wee little lass. I haven't been back in 30 years.
Enough chit-chat, let's get down to it, shall we?
Here is this week's edition of The Weekly Tweetly…
Love your photos as much as I love mine? Gadling shares how to protect those digital memories.
But first, you need to capture those travel memories, right? Brilliant Tips offered up great info on Simple Travel Photography.
GoPlanit shared a New York Times article about traveling Chicago by water taxi!
Journeywoman led me to an Examiner article on how to make your own luggage tags.
For all you vegetarian foodies out there, MsGourmet made a mouthwatering Savoury Baklava with Tomato, Feta, Almond and Dates.
Tired of traveling the traditional way? BootsNAll published 7 Tips to Break the Mold.
Velvet Escape talks about group travel in his travel etiquette series.
Ever wonder what Manhattan looked like before it was developed? Erik Hazard shared a fabulous article from National Geographic, complete with stunning before and after pics.
And since Fall is fast approaching, Travel Editor timely shares 5 Fabulous Fall Festivals.
World Hum discusses the recent trend of recommending even first-time travelers skip overrun tourist and historic sites. What is up with that?
Well, that is all for this edition folks! Don't forget – if you should make your way over and comment anywhere, don't forget to tell them who sent you!
See you next Sunday for The Weekly Tweetly!