We are back from the most wonderful trip to Boston, and I wanted to share some pictures with you guys here! We spent the weekend in the area for a wedding, and did a little exploring in our free time. Piper was such a champ and was so excited to go on an airplane. She surprised me by napping in her stroller on the go, which made me so so thankful for our bugaboo stroller. When she started doozing, we tilted it back and covered her with the canopy, which kept things dark and kept the wind out, keeping her warm.
I loved every inch of the city, and would move there tomorrow if I could! We started our exploration around the Beacon Hill area, where there are a lot of shops, coffee shops, and adorable streets. We checked out the historic Acorn Street and there were people everywhere taking pictures, haha.
See what I mean about the stroller. If you travel a lot with little kids, I highy recommend a bugaboo.
We took a break from walking and grabbed a latte and sandwich at Tatte Bakery. We got the balanki sandwich, and it was everything my sandwich dreams were made of. Their seasonal latte at the time was honey sesame, which was also delicious, and we sat out on the patio with the most beautiful view and watched people pass as we ate and chatted. There were little birds all around, and Piper was not happy about it. She kept shouting “no!” everytime they came near her stroller, haha. It was so yummy, I’d go back in a heartbeat!
Next we headed to the Public Garden, which is the most picture perfect park I have ever seen. I was so excited for Piper to run around and see the ducks, but she was snuggled up and sound asleep, and I didn’t want to wake her. Oh well, maybe we’ll just have to take another trip ;)
The squirrels in the park were the funnest thing! They were all huge, like every sing one, and they would come right up to you looking for food. It was fascinating to me.
After walking around we grabbed donuts from Union Square Donuts to finish off the day. They had so many fun flavors.
Visiting Boston was like stepping back in time. I’m not much of a history buff, but with all the older buildings and roads, you couldn’t help but think of what life use to be like.
There were so many places we didn’t get to see, but we enjoyed every second of the little exploring we got to do. Next time, we hope to check out some more restaurants and explore a bit more downtown. What are your favorite Boston spots!?