So when my job asked me if I would go to Boston for a few days to assist my answer was, YES! If you’re familiar with my blog you know that traveling is my thing. Obviously, being here for work limits the amount of free time I had to enjoy what this beautiful city has to offer. Regardless, of working 8 plus hour shifts everyday that did not stop me from exploring the city at 8am to 10am grabbing breakfast and heading off to work. The days were long but so worth it!
Boston has a lot of offer if you’re a foodie there are tons of coffee shops, restaurants, ice cream shops and bars to keep your taste buds happy. I’ve listed a few in case you are ever in town and looking for some spots.
- Coffeehouse/breakfast spot:
- *Pavement coffeehouse
- Beantown Pho and grill
- *Pho Basil
- Deluca’s (market/sandwich place)
- Dirty water dough Co.
- *Hokkaido Santouka Ramen
- Amorino Boston
- Emack and Bolio’s ice cream
- *I CE NY Boston
- *J.P. Licks
As for the person who loves to sight see I stayed at the Sheraton Boston hotel. I walked to almost everything that I wanted to see. Everything is so close by and the weather was perfect.
I checked out:
- *The Boston library
- *Trinity church
- *The Boston Garden
- *Old South church
- *The John Hancock tower looks amazing as well
If you’re a young person looking for friends this is the place to be! There are so many great colleges here so the city is filled with so many young people. If you’re into fashion the city was filled with all the brands from high end to your everyday wear.
If you see an asterisk that means you should definitely check out those places.
I feel like this is the perfect place to come for a nice weekend trip.
Feel free to check out my instastories I saved all the videos from my trip!
The north end is the oldest part of Boston. You can find the best Italian food in this area as well.
Old South church
John Hancock tower
Seafood is a must!
Ramen from Hokkaido Santouka Ramen there was always a line but it was so worth the wait!