Author: Travel Bugged

Berkshires, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Travel

Best Two Hours Spent in The Berkshires

Berkshire Botanical Garden in Stockbridge, Massachusetts which is one of the oldest display gardens in the area, is the perfect way to spend a few hours in The Berkshires. The Garden has such a wonderful history and is the best spot if you are an avid gardener or just love flowers and herbs or if you are looking for a […]

Berkshires, The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, Travel

The Best Small Town in The Berkshires That is Well Deserved of its Name

Great Barrington, Massachusetts was named Best Small town by Smithsonian Magazine several years ago and if have ever visited, lived in, or even just passed by, then you would know why. Great Barrington is possibly the warmest town we have ever been to. And I’m not talking about temperature here. The people are welcoming and kind, always smiling and greeting […]

Huntersville, North Carolina, Travel

Is the Carolina Renaissance Festival Worth a Visit?

We had no idea when we first moved to North Carolina that we’ll be that close to a Renaissance Festival and not just any, but one of the biggest in the country. We continuously made plans year after year to go visit, but because we’ve never been to one, and having no idea what it’s like, we wanted to check […]

Berkshires, Hikes

Where to enjoy one of the most expensive views in The Berkshires

Chances are if you are visiting The Berkshires of Western Massachusetts you have wondered where to go in order to enjoy the best views of the Hills. We’ll share a place we discovered while driving around The Shire one morning with the hopes of our toddler taking a nap in the car. As you can guess he did not, which […]


If You Love Poetry and Architecture The Mount in Lenox is for you

The Mount was designed and built in 1902 by the noted American Author Edith Wharton in Lenox, Mssachusetts. This magnificent three story house was inspired by the 17th century Belton House in England, Edith Wharton used the principals described in her first book,The Decoration of Houses, while designing the house. This beautifully restored mansion is an excellent example of the […]