A view of 111 Huntington Ave, from the observatory deck at the Prudential center, one of the tallest buildings in Boston
The view of part of the Boston skyline from the observation deck, at the Prudential center
Boston! My husband and I took our first trip together to bean town. As New Yorkers, we have this perception that all the nearby cities are boring and not worth going to. (How can you compare to New York?) And I had been told by others that Boston was boring. Now after going, I don’t think so!
I was really surprised to see how much culture there is in Boston! New York is simply dominated by lots of subcultures, but there’s not a lot of American culture to it. In Boston, there are lots of bars, taverns, restaurants where you could sit & eat outside.
Standing in front of the gate of Boston’s Chinatown!! You can’t tell but I’m wearing a pink trench coat by New York & Company. Eyeliner: Sephora Collection, Lip Gloss: Revlon Colorburst, color: Adorned
Boston Common! The Oldest park in the U.S. We just happened to go on a gray & murky day.
Crossing the world’s smallest suspension bridge, in Boston Commons
Statue of commemorating George Washington, in Boston Commons
Visiting the U.S.S. Constitution, built in 1794, the oldest active ship in the U.S. military
Visiting Ye Olde Union Oyster House! The oldest restaurant in the U.S.!!
A big plate of fried seafood at Ye Olde Union Oyster House!
Going for some local shopping at Quincy market..
My husband and I against the view of the Boston skyline. Necklace & coat from New York and Company. Turtleneck: Mossimo from Target
There were so many other things that we wanted to see & do in Boston, but yet we didn’t have time, for it was only for a weekend. Then again, there’s always next time!