Pennsylvania’s history is one of the richest among all the 50 states. It is home of the Liberty Bell, it hosted the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, and was the birthplace of the Constitution. The state’s founding father, William Penn, had a distaste for cities and special disdain for London’s crowded conditions and sought to promote religious (and by extension cultural) toleration. Philadelphia was and is called the City of Brotherly Love for that reason. Fast forward a couple hundred years and his dream is still alive. Although the landscape of the Keystone State has changed considerably in the last two centuries, the Poconos in special still embody that same spirit of diversity and acceptance. Continue reading “The Poconos Display Outstanding Cultural Diversity”
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Okay, we have not had that many in the North East coast these last few years, but I’m sure most people would not complain about it too much.
New York City is the classic Western example of a bustling city. People everywhere, cars, subway, businesses, fashion, politics, you name it. There is so much ruckus at any given time that it is almost palpable. You anxiously wait for the weekend yet every Monday morning when someone asks you how the weekend was you respond almost instinctively “Not long enough”. Is it still worth it?
Continue reading “You Are Underappreciating This One Factor When Considering Your Move to the Poconos, and It Could Be a Deal-Maker”
The trip between NYC and the Poconos is derided by many and can be a bit of a challenge, but it’s better than riding a crowded subway through Manhattan every day. Continue reading “The Not-So-Dreadful Commute to and from New York”