I spent 6 hours today walking, shopping, and snapping photos downtown. It was my first outing with my new camera, my Canon Rebel T1i.
Enjoy and comment if you like them!
Newbury Street, the Boston Public Library, and Copley Square:
I stopped in to the delicious, yet crazy busy, Parish Cafe for lunch. It was really good. No wonder John Mayer’s favorite sandwich is from there. The bartender recommended I try the Ephemere Apple beer which is brewed with granny smith apples. It was so delicious. An excellent lunch place to sit, nom, and recharge.
Onward to the Public Garden:
People were getting wedding pictures taken! Exciting!
Last stop was Savenor’s, the best meat shop in Boston. They have all kinds of treats too so I got this little Cornflake Ritter Sport chocolate square. It was yummy! Knusperflakes!
I walked across the Longfellow bridge which I always love to do because the views of Boston are spectacular.
And here’s a couple of new things to show off:
1) My bike has a rack and a basket now! I’m so excited. I brought it to Ace Wheelworks for my 90 day tune up and they put these things on for free! Wahoo!
2) I bought this beautiful new bag at Anthropologie today. It was on sale which is awesome because evvvverything there is so pricey. Worth it though! I haven’t bought a new bag in almost 2 years. The last one was also from Anthropologie, just for the record, and I loved it so much I carried it for that long without even thinking about getting another one. Time for a change though!
I'm a lady who enjoys photography, football, cooking, long drives with the windows down, This American Life, kettlecorn, hot yoga, pop punk, my nephews, my cat Reggie, and my home: Boston.
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