I am old enough to remember when the then-SkyDome opened up in 1989. It was the eighth wonder of the world at the time, and the first stadium with a fully operational retractable roof. It took forever to open and close but it was a true marvel. What my 7-year-old self did not realize at the time was the sheer cost of the structure, but it was cool; it was the place… Read More
In 2012, I visited Boston and one of the great opportunities I was able to take advantage of was to visit Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, on its 100th anniversary. I love baseball and I love going to games when I visit cities in the United States because it is great to be surrounded by people who live and breathe baseball. The day after I arrived for my weekend… Read More
On the May long weekend in 2018, my then girlfriend (now wife) and I wanted to go on a road trip and we decided upon Cleveland. We had never been there before and it was within a reasonable driving distance to do a long weekend trip. It also checked off a few things we wanted to do: see some art, watch a baseball game and eat at some great places. I know… Read More
Last year, my wife and I, along with some family, planned a weekend getaway to Niagara Falls. One of the things on my “bucket list” was to travel to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY. So, I decided to make a day trip of it because I enjoy baseball so much.