5.16.2014

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.

8 comments

Danica Pardini said...

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

Danica

http://lovedanica.blogspot.com

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

Bailey
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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...

-Andréa

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