So, on the last weekend of June I went to Boston with my family and it was a fantastic weekend. I really want to go back pretty soon and visit more, shopping more and basically spend more time there. First of all, it's such a beautiful city with a lot of history and beautiful architecture.
My parents booked at the Taj Boston Hotel. It was amazing. There was a vallet service with a Tiffany&Co inside . Also, they come prepare your bed to sleep before you arrived at night. The location is amazing and the rooms are made with a British Vibe, actually, the hotel architecture is a bit British. Further is well located (In in front of the Public Garden) in the city and it's a Five Stars Hotel.
We try some restaurant along the way for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The one that I want to talk about is called Thinking Cup, it's an amazing cafe where I ate my breakfast the two mornings I was there. First thing, they do the best latte art, second their coffee is just so delicious, third their food is delicious and last I just love this place. I believe their is more than one Thinking Cup in Boson, the one that I went to is the one on Newbury Street.
I don't know for you, but when I visit I love shopping and going to shore that I don't have in my town or near me. So in Boston, you have Newbury street where you can find multiple stores such as All Saints, Valentino, Burberry, Chanel, Kate Spade, etc. You can go around Summer Street where you can find Macy's, Primark and other stores. Also, you can go at the Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall where you can find multiple stores such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Urban Outfitters, Yankee Candle, etc.
I hope you are ready to walk a lot because the Freedom Trail is long and you need to walk it. We didn't truly stop at everything and take the time to visit all the stops on the Freedom Trail properly and it took us 5 hours to do it, but I suggest everyone do it. Maybe for some people it takes less time or more time, but I will recommend to take one day to do it. You have to stop a the Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall where you can find some stores and restaurant and other interesting stops as well.
Public Library & Harvard
I put to two together even if they are not close to each other, but they make me feel the same way, just wanted to get back to school and studied. For real, both of them were just exactly what I always imagine since I am a little girl about University and studies. First, the architecture of the Library is just so pretty and incredible. It's a great place to study and do homework. Further, I believe that you can do your wedding reception in the courtyard. Second, Harvard, such a beautiful school, the architecture is amazing, the campus in Cambridge (The old one) is just so favorable to study. I set down on the step of the library and I did see myself study their everyday ahaha. No, seriously it's just a great place to visit.