Weekend in Boston: Part 2

We’ve been back from Boston for a few days now and getting back in the swing of things. It’s hard to return to work after a vacation and even harder when your house is in boxes! Thankfully the boxes are now gone and I’m almost ready to share a bit of our new house :) In the meantime I wanted to share the rest of the Boston pictures. Boston is definitely my new favorite big city! 
fenway park image1A trip to boston isn’t complete without watching a game at Fenway! 
boston tacos el pelon taqueriaThese tacos were on a list of the 50 best tacos in the America so of course I had to try them. I was not disappointed!

I highly recommend the airbnb we stayed at. The neighborhood was so pretty!

One of my favorite things we did was taking a morning walk through Esplanade Park. We brought coffee and breakfast, sat on a bench and enjoyed the slight fall breeze in the air.

IMG_6893legal seafood

fish and chips
Our first seafood of the trip at Legal Seafoods. It also happened to be my first clam chowder!


The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is seriously the prettiest museum ever. I highly recommend it!
We had a fancy night out at Craigie on Main, a cute little restaurant with a menu that changes daily based on local and seasonal ingredients. We opted for the Monday night 3 course special (instead of the two other options of 6 or 8 courses). It was really amazing and one of the best meals I’ve had! 
IMG_6890My first course was mussels.
scallopsFollowed by scallops for the main course.
IMG_6936And finally this desert. I have no idea what it was but it was delicious!



The remaining 5 days of our trip were spent at the Inbound 2015 conference for work. The days were long but it was awesome seeing some of the speakers like Amy Shumer, Sophia Amoruso, and Aziz Ansari. Overall though, I am very happy to be home and finally enjoy the new house!

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Trip to Boston: Part 1
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Trip to Boston: Part 1

We finally moved into our new house and shortly after jetted off to Boston for the week! This long (!) weekend we are enjoying a little vacation time before we attend a work conference starting Tuesday. I thought it would be really stressful but it’s actually nice to take a vacation from moving. When we get back to FL the new house will have a fresh coat of white paint and be ready to be decorated. And we’ll finally have wi-fi! In the meantime, it’s my first time in Boston so we’re trying to get in as much as possible while also taking some time to relax. Here’s what we were up to on our first day:

[our airbnb is a super cute one room apartment on a really pretty tree lined street that’s close to everything!]

french toast
[This is cap’t crunch french toast from The Met Back Bay. So yummy]

freedom trail boston
[The State House]
We did the self guided Freedom Trail tour and had a great time walking through Boston and stopping at whatever we found along the way, including a few of the Freedom Trail sites of course!

the freedom trail




We had a great first day that involved a lot of walking but overall I would say Boston has made it’s way into my list of favorite cities very quickly!