City sunsets are pretty sweet.
I just got back from a last minute trip to Boston. Seriously. I found out I was going Wednesday around 3 p.m. and was boarding my plane bound for Beantown Thursday morning at 8 a.m.
While spontaneous travel may be frowned upon in some circles (over planners, human resource departments, etc.), I find it to be one of the best ways to truly experience a destination. When you have no time to plan, or even pack for that matter, you have no choice but to go with the flow, taking whatever comes your way. And so went my first trip to Boston. I had my backpack, my cell phone, my girlfriend and a long weekend that just happend to be chocked full of signature Boston events. From catching a Red Sox game at Fenway Park and watching the Boston Marathon to hittin’ the beach at Cape Cod and almost getting in a fight with a guido on the north end, I feel like I got a good taste of Boston.
Loved difference in the styles of buildings.
For those of you wondering, yes, Boston is worth a trip. Whether you’ve got a few days or a week weeks, the city offers plenty to keep you busy. Boston is overflowing with charm, character, history, pride and great beer. It’s a city that you’re stoked to get to, happy to be in, and sad to leave. But most importantly, it’s a city you’ll always remember.
Anyways, they say a picture is worth a thousand words so I’ll shut up and let you browse the slideshow below, taking a look back at my trip through the lens of my phone’s camera.
Lauran enjoying the beach on the Cape.
Five things I’ll always remember about Boston:
- Fenway Park is life changing.
- Regina’s Pizza on the north end serves up the best pies this side of Italy.
- The Boston Marathon is inspiring. I almost want to run a marathon now . . . almost.
- The pride that the people of Boston have in both their city and sports teams is amazing.
- Bostonites can drink.
Has anyone else hit the streets of Boston lately? Sound off. I’d love to hear what you think.