Tuesday, June 24

Boston: part II

While we were back East, we wanted to do as much as possible in the four days we had there.. so we packed several activities in and literally ate our faces off (we legit went out to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner everyday). So I've compiled a little list of what I would consider worthwhile if you're planning to visit Boston! 

+ Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market 
+ The Freedom Trail - several sites to see along the way. 
+ Newbury Street - shopping. 
+ The North End - loaded with authentic Italian restaurants.
+ Boston Common - a nice little stroll through the common (sounds better with a British accent). 
+ Boston Public Garden 
+ Harvard - makes you feel reeeeal unintelligent, but fascinating to see. 
+ Lexington/Concord - several historical sites to see. 
+ Bunker Hill - one of the famous battleground sites.
+ Boston Duck Tours - takes you around the city. 
+ Visiting Rockport, MA - where the movie "The Proposal was filmed" holller. 
+ Fenway tour - better yet, going to a game. 
+ Biking the Esplanade - The Charles River is just dreamy. 
+ Beacon Hill - theeee coziest, most romantic neighborhood. 

+ The Paramount - killer breakfast
+ Giacomo's Ristorante - best Italian food I've ever had. 
+ Mike's Pastries - get a "lobster tail"... trust me. 
+ Ernesto's pizza - one slice is twice the size of your head.
+ Sam LaGrassa's - Guy Fieri approved, and so do I.
+ Georgetown Cupcakes - just the best. 
+ Appleton Cafe - fun little breakfast joint. 
+ Yankees - legit sea food and the greatest chowda you'll ever have.
+ Uhlman's Ice Cream 
+ Figs - gourmet pizza that is to. die. for.
+ Paparazzi - more Italian anyone?
+ Roy Moore's Lobster - Fresh sea food and the juiciest lobster. 
+ Pinkberry - refreshing fruit + frozen yogurt 
+ Neighborhood Crepe - service was terrible, food was great.
+ Kane's donuts - one word: cronut 
+ Sweetgreen - if you want to clean up your stomach after all of that crap ^^ they have the yummiest salads. 


  1. Loving all your pics. Boston is my home and I have never lived anywhere els so all these photos make me smile. What camera do you use? Looking to get a new one :)


    1. Thank you Megan! You're so sweet. I just use a nikon D3100! I used the lens that came with it for these pics, but I also have a 50 mm lens that I use as well, hope that helps!

  2. You're photos are so beautiful! Makes me want to visit Boston again.


  3. These pictures are AMAZING Katie! You are so talented.

    1. Oh my gosh, you're the sweetest! Thanks girl :)