Friday, June 15, 2018


Lobstah & chowda (Boston, MA)

After spending an extended weekend in Cape Cod, we went our separate ways to explore Boston.

Our home away from home.

Our primary mode of transportation.

With lots of walking in brisk weather.

All smiles at the site of the Boston Massacre.

Chowin' down at Faneuil Hall.

Stuck on the subway (due to mechanical issues), my big girl patiently waits to get home to devour her Magnolia cupcake.

Refueling at Tatte Bakery.

Chasing pigeons at Boston Common and ended up crying with a bloody nose. Pigeons 1. Elliot 0.

Brunch at Milkweed.

The world's only Curious George store.

Going crazy at Harvard Square.

Subway madness during rush hour.

We had to get cannolis at Mike's Pastry. 

Cool guy Andrew talking with his friend while eating dinner.

Went to watch a Red Sox game but we're forever Astros fans.

Fenway Park and the Green Monster!

First ever Uber ride (after the ball game).

Tough decision at Union Square Donuts (Boston Public Market).

Enjoying the weather at North End Park. (Boys were behind me kicking around their soccer ball.)

Quick stop at the MIT museum.

The Moral Machine. A self driving car can't stop and you choose who dies.

My big girl is exhausted.

Family picture before we head back home.

List of restaurants/foods (for my sake):
Boston Chowda Co. - good chowda
Magnolia Bakery - good everything
Regina pizza - decent pizza
Milkweed - awesome brunch
Crema Cafe - good coffee and really good hot chocolate
Tatte Bakery - kouign amann, eh
Mike’s Pastry - good cannoli
Pho Basil - decent pho
Noodle Lab - good but small rice bowls
The Popover Lady - it's like banh choux without the filling
Union Square Donuts - Vietnamese coffee and jumbleberry donuts, yes!
Carmelina’s - excellent carbonara
Thinking Cup - coffee and tiramisu
Mainely Burgers - really juicy burgers
Mike's Donuts - local owned, Shipley-like donuts (much better than Dunkin')

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