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Snapshots From Our Quick Trip To Boston

October 24, 2018

{Walking along the iconic Acorn Street. We waited a good 30 minutes, circling the block, to take a photo here because it got really busy with a photo crew doing a shoot.}

Boston wasn’t originally part of our honeymoon destinations. However, after mapping everything out, Jamie was actually the one who suggested that we could do a stopover in Boston for the night. While it did tag on an extra few hours to our drive on the way there, we left reeeeeally early in the morning and made it to Boston around 3pm that same day. We had, give or take, under 12 waking hours to spend in the city so we picked a few things we wanted to do and simply just spent time wandering around. We found an AirBnb in Beacon Hill which is definitely the nicest, most historic and charming area in Boston, and spent 90% of our time there. Beacon Hill is where most of the bloggers I follow stay and explore while in Boston and it’s easy to see why. I could have easily spent a few days walking around the area, exploring the homes and enjoying meals at some of the restaurants and cafés.

I didn’t create a travel guide of Boston because we didn’t have enough time to put a proper one together, but I still wanted to share a few of the snapshots we took and what we got up to. I honestly didn’t think much of Boston before this trip but we both truly loved this city and will hopefully be back at another point. I hope you enjoy this post nonetheless!
{A gloomy bridge scene at Boston Public Garden}
{The charming streets and doors of Beacon Hill.}
{Tatte Bakery was the number one place on my list, food-wise, that I wanted to check out. There are a few of the bakeries scattered throughout Boston and luckily one of them was in Beacon Hill, and steps from our AirBnb at that. We ended up eating at Tatte twice. First, when we first arrived for a late lunch and secondly, for breakfast the next morning. This was the breakfast that we shared…a seasonal veggie shakshuka (which was absolutely delicious) and a yogurt and homemade granola bowl which was so fresh and equally as scrumptious.}{I took full advantage of all of photo opportunities at Tatte.}
{Charming doors everywhere you look in Beacon Hill.}
{Jamie playing tourist and looking awfully cute in Boston.}
{Fall foliage at Boston Public Garden.}
{Tatte bakery, respectively.}
{Our lunch at Tatte Bakery, a halloumi salad and turkey club.}
{Bumpin’ around Boston.}
{Acorn Street and an acorn on acorn street.}
{Fiery red fall foliage at Boston Public Garden.}
{Blackbird donuts was a mandatory stop for us and it did not disappoint. Pictured above; A Boston Cream (obviously) and a blackberry currant glazed donut.}
{Yes, another photo of Tatte Bakery.}
{The sweetest antique and flower shop.}

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