Ellicott City

If there is one thing I am loving about life on the East it is all of the historic charm. The East Coast is littered with old, quaint towns that are dripping with character. I haven't explored many of them, but one I have is Ellicott City. It has cobblestone streets, the best alley ways, antique shops galore, and it's built on top of giant, moss covered boulders and a river. I felt as though I had stepped into a small European town for a moment. My sister, nieces and nephews, and I had a great time exploring. We stopped at the candy shop, watched the lego trains, explored every little shop we could, and enjoyed that old-time feeling.

Do you know of any "must see" East Coast towns? I will add them to my list of things to do!

See more of my pictures from Ellicott City HERE.


Danica Pardini said...

I'm suchnansucker for any historic town, beautiful photos!



aka Bailey said...

You need to do the Freedom Trail in Boston! And there are a ton of towns on the outskirts of Boston that are filled with historic sites - like Lexington, Concord, Lincoln and Cambridge. #RoadTripToBoston

aka Bailey

Marlen said...

This really is an adorable town- I can't get over those stone buildings. I always kinda wanted to live in a quaint, old town like that- I'm always torn between that or a big city. And as always, lovely photos! I love how stylish your neice is :)

xo marlen
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Brandi said...

Oh my gosh so pretty. I'm loving the cobblestone stairs!

melinda christina said...

Boston! I'm a little biased because I live here :)

Terri T said...

Wish I was there!

Lisa Pappalardo said...

Ummmm cute!! Love those little stairwells!
Lisa | c/oMKE

Andréa Viza said...

my boyfriend lives in Columbia (right next to ellicot city) but i've never been! These photos have me curious now...



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