My goal when I first gave birth was to make it 6 months of breastfeeding.…
Greg and I recently took a weekend to explore the wonderful, historic-packed Boston, MA! Not only was it to celebrate our 2 year wedding anniversary but also a “Baby Moon” as we think it may be the last little get away with just the two of us before the baby comes later this year.
We were debating between New York and Boston, but decided to go with Boston. Not only was it a little bit cheaper, but Greg played a season in Boston and we thought it would be cool to relive some of his memories there together.
We have never been very good trip planners, but for a quick weekend trip like this (late Fri- early Mon), we both did a little bit of research so that we had an idea of what our days would look like.
Here is what we gathered –
Must Do’s / See’s to Consider on our list:
Must Visit Areas on our list:
Boston has SO many different little areas, and they are all so different! It’s totally worth making it a goal to visit them all. I loved the area where the famous Mike’s Cannoli’s is, the North End. It feels like you are in another country!
(Suggestions from people that we considered): ** means we went
Luke’s Lobster **go for lunch!!
Abe and Louie’s
Grill 23 ** Dinner
Union Oyster House
Beacon Hills Bistro**
Now to what our days ended up looking like. I can’t stress enough, when it comes to packing… bring comfortable walking shoes!
Here is what our days looked like:
Landed late (9 PM)
Checked into the Revere Hotel (located in the Back Bay area, very central), we also considered staying at the Intercontinental or the Four Seasons
Walked around, got pizza at a small NY style place
Breakfast at Tatte Bakery (AMAZING!)
Walked to the Museum of Fine Arts
Ubered to Newbury Street *shopping galore*
Headed back to the hotel for a quick snooze
Dinner at Grill 23 – very classical steakhouse
*we would have went to a Broadway show but we had already seen the one showing!
Grabbed a coffee and snack and walked around the Boston Commons
Brunch at Beacon Hills Bistro (get a reservation!)
Walked around the shops in that area – Charles street, so cute
Ubered to location for 2 hr tour Duck Tour
Home to rest
Ubered to Seaport for a stroll
North end for italian dinner – can’t remember the name of the spot, but you can go here and pick out any place! All are authentic Italian
Bova Bakery for dessert
Breakfast (… again at Tatte :))
Ubered to Airport
Home by 2 PM
Xoxo – E