With the end in sight of our North American adventure, we did the last East Coast trip / City Airport destination.. Boston! With lots of historical buildings, architecture, Quincy Market, the harbour with various good seafood restaurants, beautiful parks, shopping streets, the Harvard campus and much more I don’t need to say that we loved Boston.
The first sunbeams of the season did help a little. But here’s what you gotta do when you’re in town 🙂 Boston is famous for their historical walks, easy does it: just follow the red line (or check a city map). You’re allowed to leave the red line if you want to have lunch or dinner at Aquitaine (aquitaineboston.com), a true French experience, delicious! Shopping at Newbury street is very very nice… And don’t forget to walk to Charles Street, less known but worth the walk because of their cute and one of a kind boutiques. Don’t miss the typical Boston must see’s: the beautiful campus of Harvard and the oldest park of America, Boston Common. Did you know John Harvard wasn’t the actual founder of Harvard? Read more about the three lies of Harvard (summer.harvard.edu/blog-news-events/3-lies-harvard).
We thought it was a good idea to start our Sunday morning in the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art, icaboston.org) at the waterfront, followed by a typical Bostonian treat from the sea at Legal Harborside (legalseafoods.com/restaurants/boston-legal-harborside). This seemed to be more than a good idea, YUMMY!!!
Happy to meet you, Boston!