Boston Day 4 was filled with lots of walking, driving, and just taking in all of the different sights that Boston has to offer. We walked through Beacon Hill again, went to Fenway Park, the Boston Public Library, and more. I knew I liked Boston, but this trip really confirmed my love for the city.
I stopped into Thinking Cup for a light breakfast, and got the iced latte (what a surprise) which was really good; it tasted different from any other iced latte I’ve tried before.
We drove around and got more great shots of Boston, and the sights:
Boston Common was right by where we were staying, so we walked through it a lot (it’s gorgeous).
We went to Fenway Park for a baseball game, which was fun.
Even though I do like the Twins the best (#hometownloyalty), I still do like the Sox.
We stopped to walk through Beacon Hill, which off course included another stop at Tatte.
^ yes, I know I had an iced latte earlier in the day, but I didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to try Tatte’s iced chai latte, I mean come on.
We walked through Beacon Hill again, and stopped into a few of the shops this time because we didn’t get to do that before.
We stopped into this store called “Good”^
Now onto the Boston Public Library:
After the Boston Public Library we walked around more by Newbury Street, and then made our way to the North End for dinner.
We went to Carmelina’s for dinner in the North End, and the Italian food there was really authentic and delicious.
After dinner in the North End we walked back through Faneuil Hall some more, and went through more of downtown Boston. Day 4 in Boston was one of the busiest days, and also one of my favorite days in Boston.